Gherkin evacuation: City workers forced to leave skyscraper amid fire alert 

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Hundreds of City workers have been evacuated from the Gherkin amid a fire alert. London Fire Brigade were called to the skyscraper - 30 St Mary's Axe - in the capital's financial district on Thursday. City workers were herded out of the building by fire crews just after 8.30am. Dramatic images posted on Twitter showed crowds gather outside the building. Fire evacuation at The Gherkin! Hope it's nothing serious pic.twitter.com/oIbbzy7jPw - Briggs (@Briggs_O) March 23, 2017... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:36 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Defiant Londoners make their way to work shaken but undeterred after London terror attack 

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Defiant Londoners made their way to work today shaken but undeterred yards from the scene of the terror attack on the Houses of Parliament. Commuters solemnly walked through the streets of Westminster close to where four people were killed in horrific scenes around Westminster Bridge. Police ushered commuters past deserted cordoned off streets which are normally packed with rush hour traffic. A helicopter circled overhead. Kate Cornish, who works for the Department of Education which was put on lockdown during the terror attack, said: ""Brits are quite stoic. I think it's carrying on as normal, it's the style." Deserted streets near Westminster behind the police cordon She said the mood on the commute was "flattened" but workers were continuing with their daily lives. "It's shocking. I'm a civil servant and it will have an effect at work," she said "It's hard to carry on with your normal responsibilities." Police direct commuters through the streets near the Palace of Wesminster "It's more the impact on your friends, checking how you are." Rus Odihiri, a policy adviser who works for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, said: "Nothing would have kept me at home today. The government worker, based on Millbank near to Parliament, said: "I could have worked from home but I was intent on coming in to work." He added the extra police on the streets was "comforting" and people were "carrying on as normal". Police held a minute's silence today (Sky News) James Sinclair, who was walking past the attack scene on his way to work in Victoria, said: "Everyone is very subdued. "I'm coming in as normal, it wouldn't affect me. "I think that's the way, just keep going." He added: "It's very reassuring seeing a heavy police presence. It currently looks well controlled." A US tourist who gave his name only as David, who was visiting London for just two days when yesterday's attack struck, said he "has not been put off" with his sightseeing plans. He said: "I think it's just a horrible tragedy. "My plans today have only slightly been affected, I won't be able to get as close to the sightseeing as I would have. US tourist David said he had not been put off during his visit to London "I haven't been put off. "We had to walk out luggage to our hotel instead of drive it, but that's a minor inconvenience." It came as police and politicians held a minute's silence in honour of victims. Forensic officers were this morning examining the scene on Westminster Bridge (Jeremy Selwyn) Police carried out six raids on addresses in London and Birmingham after the attack. Seven people were arrested. Seven people are critically injured in hospital after the attack. A total of 29 people were taken to hospital. The attacker, a suspected Islamist terrorist, was shot at the scene and later died.... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:34 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Beyoncé FaceTimes with teenage cancer patient in touching video 

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Kate Winslet reveals bullies called her "Blubber" in inspirational speech 

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23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:29 Categories: The Telegraph logo

Asian stock markets gain 

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Investors remain concerned over the key health care vote in Congress, which is due later in the day.... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:27 Categories: International Business Times logo

Tesco pulls major beer brands from shelves in Brexit price row 

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Supermarket refuses to accept brewer Heineken's price increases, which it blamed on the weak pound and the budget... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:25 Categories: The Guardian logo

Rugby union to trial blue cards to help manage concussion 

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Referees will be given the power to brandish blue cards over the coming weeks as the Australian Rugby Union trials a new system aimed at better managing the effects of concussion in the sport... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:23 Categories: The Guardian logo

Revealed: What Premier League managers are up to this International break 

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As several Premier League managers look out over empty training grounds, we've discovered their completely made up diaries... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:21 Categories: Mirror logo

'I can never unsee what I've seen': Boxing teams caught up in London attack 

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A number of amateur boxers were caught up in the Westminster terror attack on Wednesday after visiting the House of Commons ahead of the World Series of Boxing clash between the British Lionhearts and the Italia Thunder teams. ... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:17 Categories: The Independent logo

Corrie's Sally Metcalfe welcomes back an old character after 30 years 

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Amid the dark storylines, Coronation Street is set to welcome back a character after three decades, and it's none other than Sally Metcalfe's younger sister. ... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:13 Categories: International Business Times logo

Ryan Gosling explains why he giggled his way through that Oscars gaffe 

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It's hard to know exactly how we'd all react in a situation as deeply embarrassing as what took place on the Oscars stage this year. ... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:11 Categories: The Independent logo

Less-educated middle-age US whites dying younger than others 

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<p>Middle-age white Americans with limited education are increasingly dying younger, on average, than other middle-age U.S. adults, a trend driven by their dwindling economic opportunities, research by two Princeton University economists has found.</p>... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:09 Categories: Associated Press logo

US is facing massive doctor shortage 

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New research reveals that America will face a shortage of nearly 105,000 physicians by 2030.... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 13:02:06 Categories: MoneyTalksNews logo

'US suspects N. Korea in $81 m cyber heist' 

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<p>US federal prosecutors suspect the North Korean government directed last year's theft of $81 million from Bangladesh's account at the New York Federal Reserve Bank, according to a media report Wednesday.</p>... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 12:29:49 Categories: AFP logo

Turnbull slams attack on the British Parliament 

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Five people are dead, including a police officer, and another 40 are injured after suspected terrorist attack in Westminster, London.... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 12:29:47 Categories: Business Insider Australia logo

WA likely to ban unvaccinated kids from childcare centres 

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The West Australian Government is likely to introduce laws banning unvaccinated children from childcare centres and preschools.... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 12:29:46 Categories: ABC Health logo

'I see Ferrari being the quickest' 

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Mercedes' star driver Lewis Hamilton wants more frequent changes to Formula One in a bid to keep the sport spicy.... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 12:29:44 Categories: 9News.com.au logo

Wolves blog: Why we love Steve Bull 

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Wolverhampton Wanderers blogger Ryan Leister has reminisced about the legend that is Steve Bull... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 12:29:43 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Terrorist attack: Erdington couple saw knifeman gunned down 

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Jayne Wilkinson and David Turner had a lucky escape when terror struck in the capital... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 12:29:41 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Everton transfer rumours - Two strikers linked as Blues seek reinforcements up front 

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A round-up of the latest Everton transfer gossip from around the web... read more
 
23. maaliskuuta 2017 12:29:40 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo
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