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Livingstone defiant in misconduct hearing - BBC News;

Livingstone defiant in misconduct hearing - BBC News

BBC NewsLivingstone defiant in misconduct hearingBBC NewsKen Livingstone has dismissed criticism of his controversial comments about Hitler as he headed into a disciplinary hearing. The former London mayor could be expelled from Labour by a misconduct panel over his claim that Hitler had supported Zionism in ...Ken Livingstone in yet another Nazi rant as he calls disciplinary hearing 'unfair'Evening StandardKen Livingstone insists he has nothing to apologise for over Hitler commentsBelfast TelegraphKen Livingstone repeats claim about Nazi-Zionist collaborationThe GuardianDaily Mail -The Independent -Spectator.co.uk (blog) -Jewish Chronicleall 22 news articles »

FMQs: SNP 'asleep at the wheel' for teacher recruitment crisis, say Tories - The Courier;

FMQs: SNP 'asleep at the wheel' for teacher recruitment crisis, say Tories - The Courier

The CourierFMQs: SNP 'asleep at the wheel' for teacher recruitment crisis, say ToriesThe CourierNicola Sturgeon was pressed on whether her priority is “separation or education” after being confronted with figures showing a nosedive in teacher numbers. There are 4,000 fewer teachers in Scotland since the SNP came to power in 2007, Ruth Davidson ...45 hopefuls for Moray voteThe Northern ScotThe leader of the Scottish Conservatives mocks an SNP rival for having a Scottish accent [VIDEO]The Canaryall 14 news articles »

First pictures of helicopter owners feared to be among five dead after aircraft crashed in Snowdonia mountains - Mirror.co.uk;

First pictures of helicopter owners feared to be among five dead after aircraft crashed in Snowdonia mountains - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukFirst pictures of helicopter owners feared to be among five dead after aircraft crashed in Snowdonia mountainsMirror.co.ukThe married owners of a helicopter which crashed yesterday killing everyone onboard are feared to be among the victims. Kevin and Ruth Burke were in the red Twin Squirrel aircraft when it vanished from radar yesterday afternoon, close friends said ...Milton Keynes helicopter goes missingITV NewsSnowdonia crash: five bodies found with helicopter wreckageThe GuardianMissing helicopter wreckage and 5 bodies found in SnowdoniaMetroDaily Star -Sky News -Irish Independent -the Irish Newsall 86 news articles »

Iron Age chariot and horse found buried together in Yorkshire - Telegraph.co.uk;

Iron Age chariot and horse found buried together in Yorkshire - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukIron Age chariot and horse found buried together in YorkshireTelegraph.co.ukThe discovery of the remains of an Iron Age horse and chariot buried together has been declared a find of 'international significance' by archaeologists. The find of the remains dating back to 500BC is the first of its kind in the last 200 years and ...Iron Age chariot and horse skeletons found in YorkshireDaily MailArchaeologists unearth an Iron Age horse and chariot dating back to 500BC in 'significant' findThe SunExciting finds of Iron Age chariot and horse skeletons found at Pocklington housing siteHull Daily MailYorkshire Post -BBC News -Archaeologyall 8 news articles »

Kilted yoga star targeted by homophobic hate mail - BBC News;

Kilted yoga star targeted by homophobic hate mail - BBC News

BBC NewsKilted yoga star targeted by homophobic hate mailBBC NewsA Dundee man whose video of kilted yoga sessions in a Scottish forest became a viral hit has been targeted with homophobic hate mail. Finlay Wilson, whose video on BBC Scotland's The Social was viewed more than 50 million times, received a letter ...Kilted yoga sensation subjected to threatening homophobic letter at home addressGlasgow Evening TimesKilted yoga star targeted with homophobic hate mailThe ScotsmanHomophobes threatened to kill Scottish yoga lover's dog after viral videoPinkNewsGay Times Magazineall 7 news articles »

Newport Pagnell teacher defends bedroom selfie - Daily Mail;

Newport Pagnell teacher defends bedroom selfie - Daily Mail

Daily MailNewport Pagnell teacher defends bedroom selfieDaily MailA teacher has defended the 'provacative' selfies she shared on Facebook after she was suspended by her school's headteacher. Teenage pupils say they overheard their teacher Lydia Ferguson being told off after pictures showing her sat on the edge of her ...'F*** my life': Teacher defends sultry Facebook selfie that got her suspended saying 'even Grandad wouldn't care'Mirror.co.ukTeacher Lydia Ferguson 'suspended over Facebook selfie' at Ousedale SchoolDaily StarLydia Ferguson, teacher suspended for 'sultry' selfies says she would never post pictures her family disapproved ofThe SunTelegraph.co.uk -Toronto Sun -Milton Keynes Citizen -Gistmaster (blog)all 11 news articles »

Nicola Sturgeon still moaning about Brexit and no second Scottish Independence Referendum - Express.co.uk;

Nicola Sturgeon still moaning about Brexit and no second Scottish Independence Referendum - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukNicola Sturgeon still moaning about Brexit and no second Scottish Independence ReferendumExpress.co.ukTHE Prime Minister's triggering of Article 50 was "politically and constitutionally reckless" and denying Scots a second independence referendum before negotiations are over would be "democratically indefensible", Nicola Sturgeon has said. PUBLISHED: ...Holyrood 'power grab' must be avoided, First Minister tells MSPsHerald ScotlandDo Scots really back Sturgeon over Brexit? The polls suggest notThe GuardianBrexit may not push Scots towards independence, survey suggestsDaily MailThe Scotsman -The Conversation UK -BBC News -Spectator.co.ukall 786 news articles »

London is set for Mediterranean temperatures but what does North East have in store? - ChronicleLive;

London is set for Mediterranean temperatures but what does North East have in store? - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLiveLondon is set for Mediterranean temperatures but what does North East have in store?ChronicleLiveParts of England are set to bask in Mediterranean heat today but the North East will miss out on the top temperatures. Londoners are set to enjoy highs of 22C on Thursday, with temperatures peaking at 20C in Norwich and 18C in Bristol. But ...Brits set to bask in 22C Mediterranean heatwave on hottest day of the year - but sunny snap won't lastThe SunUK weather: Temperatures soar as Britain basks in hot air from Iberia - but it won't last longMirror.co.ukTemperatures set to soar across the UK as March ends - but will Scotland bask in the glorious sunshine?Scottish Daily RecordHuffington Post UK -Daily Star -Nottingham Post -The Weather Channelall 20 news articles »

UK government to pick and choose which EU laws to keep without scrutiny - International Business Times UK;

UK government to pick and choose which EU laws to keep without scrutiny - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKUK government to pick and choose which EU laws to keep without scrutinyInternational Business Times UKBrexit Secretary David Davis will set out how laws are transferred in the Great Repeal Bill. Tareq Haddad. By Tareq Haddad. Updated March 30, 2017 04:54 BST. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0%.and more »

Sour note: Brexit forces orchestra move from UK to Belgium - Daily Mail;

Sour note: Brexit forces orchestra move from UK to Belgium - Daily Mail

Daily MailSour note: Brexit forces orchestra move from UK to BelgiumDaily MailLONDON (AP) - It's a resonant moment of European cultural harmony: a Swedish soprano and a pan-European orchestra rehearsing a Bach cantata in a medieval English church. With Britain about to leave the European Union, it's also a poignant one.Brexit weekly briefing: May remains upbeat in final countdown but EU warns of 'tragedy'The GuardianScottish Parliament expected to back Sturgeon's call for second independence referendumMetroHow will Brussels react to Article 50 being triggered?BBC NewsFinancial Times -Telegraph.co.uk -Huffington Post UK -Press and Journalall 445 news articles »

Westminster terrorist's 'shocked' wife 'totally condemns his actions' - Telegraph.co.uk;

Westminster terrorist's 'shocked' wife 'totally condemns his actions' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWestminster terrorist's 'shocked' wife 'totally condemns his actions'Telegraph.co.ukThe wife of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood has said she is "saddened and shocked" by the atrocity, saying she "condemns" his actions. Rohey Hydara spoke out after Masood 's mother, Janet Ajao, said she had "shed many tears" for her son's victims.London attacker's wife condemns actionsBBC NewsWestminster attack: Khalid Masood's wife 'saddened and shocked'The GuardianWestminster killer Khalid MasoodDaily MailThe Independent -ITV News -Evening Standard -Spalding Guardianall 565 news articles »

Sadiq Khan warning EU not to 'punish' UK for Brexit - Belfast Telegraph;

Sadiq Khan warning EU not to 'punish' UK for Brexit - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphSadiq Khan warning EU not to 'punish' UK for BrexitBelfast TelegraphThe EU will be making a major mistake if it tries to "punish" the UK for Brexit, London mayor Sadiq Khan is warning in a keynote Brussels address. He is calling for the EU to rise above the temptation to try to "instil fear" during withdrawal ...No need for EU to 'punish' UK for Brexit, warns London MayorNW Evening MailSadiq Khan: EU will hurt itself if it tries to punish the UK with a bad Brexit dealInternational Business Times UKDon't punish UK for Brexit: London mayorThe Australianexpressandstar.com -Daily Mail -BT.com -Eurasia Reviewall 26 news articles »

MPs deny foreign aid cash being 'wasted' - BBC News;

MPs deny foreign aid cash being 'wasted' - BBC News

BBC NewsMPs deny foreign aid cash being 'wasted'BBC NewsMPs have denied accusations that a lot of foreign aid cash is "wasted" and have said that the government should do more to publicise its good work. The International Development Committee said money should be allocated "on evidence rather than media ...MPs criticise cuts to aid projects based on negative media coverageThe GuardianMPs challenge claims over wasted foreign aid cashBT.comMPs defend £12bn foreign aid budget, claiming it's 'effective' at helping countries like SyriaMirror.co.ukThe National -ReliefWeb -The Sun -Morning Star Onlineall 10 news articles »

How Dave's pals at Uber 'plotted to stop Brexit': Company used the taxi app to urge millennials to sign up and vote - Daily Mail;

How Dave's pals at Uber 'plotted to stop Brexit': Company used the taxi app to urge millennials to sign up and vote - Daily Mail

Daily MailHow Dave's pals at Uber 'plotted to stop Brexit': Company used the taxi app to urge millennials to sign up and voteDaily MailUber was accused of political 'back scratching' last night amid claims it tried to help David Cameron by encouraging young people to register to vote in the EU referendum. The online taxi firm was among 30 technology companies that attended a meeting ...David Cameron 'lobbied on behalf of Uber' in LondonFinancial TimesReport: Sad Brexit Loser David Cameron Encouraged London Mayor to Drop Uber RegulationsGizmodoIs the Sexy Fish Uber deal the new Granita pact?The GuardianLeft Foot Forward -LBC -The Sun -ITS Internationalall 12 news articles »

One Calexit campaign to split state east-west gets support from Brexit backers - SFGate;

One Calexit campaign to split state east-west gets support from Brexit backers - SFGate

SFGateOne Calexit campaign to split state east-west gets support from Brexit backersSFGateBrexit proponents Nigel Farage and Arron Banks recently returned to Great Britain from a trip to California, but not before helping to raise $1 million for a Calexit campaign that would split California into eastern and western divisions, as the U.K.'s ...Brexit masterminds Nigel Farage and Arron Banks want to split California into 2 statesAOLBrexit engineer Nigel Farage hired to promote effort to break California in twoSalonAlastair Campbell and Nigel Farage had an epic shouting match on TV this morningWalesOnlineDaily Star -Breitbart News -Newsmax -Daily Mailall 41 news articles »

Shocking number of women sex offenders in the Plymouth area revealed - Plymouth Herald;

Shocking number of women sex offenders in the Plymouth area revealed - Plymouth Herald

Plymouth HeraldShocking number of women sex offenders in the Plymouth area revealedPlymouth HeraldThe number of female sex offenders living in our communities has been revealed by Devon and Cornwall Police. New figures have shown that the number of child sex offences recorded by the force rose to a record 1,498 last year – an average of four each ...Police ride on bus to catch law-breaking motoristsMetroPolice stake out motorists from top deck of the bus to catch mobile phone offendersTelegraph.co.ukPolice reveal BIZARRE new weapon in fight against drivers on phones - a DOUBLE-DECKER BUSDaily StarThe Times (subscription) -CNET -UNILAD -Mirror.co.ukall 10 news articles »

Northern Ireland power-sharing deadline set to expire - BBC News;

Northern Ireland power-sharing deadline set to expire - BBC News

BBC NewsNorthern Ireland power-sharing deadline set to expireBBC NewsThe deadline for the formation of a new power-sharing executive expires on Monday afternoon. However, after Sunday's collapse of the Stormont Castle talks, there is no prospect of agreement and the Northern Ireland Office will have to determine the way ...Northern Ireland power-sharing talks break downThe GuardianSinn Fein declines to nominate for Stormont ahead of powersharing deadlineBelfast TelegraphNorthern Ireland faces return of Westminster rule after Sinn Fein refuse to nominate a deputy First MinisterScottish Daily RecordITV News -Financial Times -Daily Mail -Belfast Liveall 74 news articles »

Scottish tourist attractions see 15% rise in visitors - STV News;

Scottish tourist attractions see 15% rise in visitors - STV News

STV NewsScottish tourist attractions see 15% rise in visitorsSTV NewsScotland outperformed the rest of the UK last year with an annual increase of more than 15% in visitors to its attractions, new figures show. The Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA) said Scottish destinations welcomed a total of 15 ...Terror fears hit visitor numbers at London attractions in 2016Sky NewsVisitor numbers drop at London museums as tourists can 'no longer rely on Southern Rail to get them there'Telegraph.co.ukGardens benefit from 7.2% average rise in visitor numbers to leading visitor attractions in 2016Horticulture WeekBBC News -Belfast Telegraph -The Press, York -Kent Onlineall 11 news articles »

Brexit: everything you need to know about Article 50 - Financial Times;

Brexit: everything you need to know about Article 50 - Financial Times

Financial TimesBrexit: everything you need to know about Article 50Financial TimesOne of the biggest events in Britain's postwar history is at hand, as Theresa May notifies the EU of the UK's plans to withdraw. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the news. Select topic. Select topic, Top Stories ...Half-in, half-out of customs union would be worst Brexit option, says thinktankThe GuardianBritain risks enormous trade disruption without Customs Union pragmatism post-BrexitCity A.M.Newspaper headlines: EU migrant benefits and 'brave' MP Ellwood speaksBBC NewsDaily Mail -Belfast Telegraph -Telegraph.co.uk -DIGITALLOOKall 1,052 news articles »