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Trump retweet advice for arguments over his presidency: 'Get over it' 

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President Trump on Thanksgiving Thursday retweeted a video describing "how to reply when someone mentions the president at Thanksgiving."... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:15:40 Categories: The Hill logo

Thousands march against domestic violence in Sydney 

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NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller delivered a sobering message to men about domestic violence at the White Ribbon Day walk in Sydney.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:01:12 Categories: AAP logo

Ten-man City outgunned by Glory 

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The VAR system played a crucial role as Perth Glory defeated 10-man Melbourne City 3-1 in the A-League on Friday.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:01:10 Categories: Goal.com logo

Holmes scores six as Kangaroos romp into RLWC final 

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Valentine Holmes has scored six tries in the Kangaroos' 54-6 Rugby League World Cup semi-final win over Fiji.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:01:08 Categories: NZ Newswire logo

52 things that only Walsall fans will understand 

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We've listed some unique events, chants and experiences you should recognise if you're a Walsall fan... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:01:06 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Date revealed for the return of Tamworth Carnival - and the plans look AMAZING! 

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The organisation behind reigniting Tamworth Carnival have released the plans for next year's event... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:01:05 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Two Manchester United players ruled out vs Brighton 

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Man Utd team news vs Brighton includes the latest on Eric Bailly and Phil Jones as Jose Mourinho prepares for three Premier League fixtures in a week.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:01:03 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Patriotic MP Sajid Javid explains why Britain is the best country in the world 

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'We may not be the biggest or the brashest, but Britain is, without doubt, the best country in the world'... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:01:02 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Win family tickets to Birmingham's Magical Lantern Festival 

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Organisers are offering three sets of four family tickets to lucky Birmingham Mail readers.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:01:00 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Toddler dies at Northfield home - the latest on the investigation 

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The emergency services were called to The Green, in Northfield, on Sunday... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:58 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Met Office issues West Midlands weather warning with SNOW forecast 

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The alert is in place between 5pm on Friday and 10am on Saturday... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:57 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Met Office predicts SNOW in West Midlands - these are the places affected 

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It is in place until around 10am on Saturday... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:55 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Blind Liverpool fan makes official complaint after Spanish police 'snatched' his cane away 

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Eamon's experience comes amid a host of complaints about the treatment of Reds fans in Seville on Tuesday... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:54 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Liverpool 'lack courage, togetherness and leadership' according to former Reds captain 

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Paul Ince slams Moreno and Klavan after Sevilla Champions League collapse... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:52 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

SkyScanner have cheap flights to America for Black Friday 2017 

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Travel website SkyScanner have deals on flights to America for Black Friday 2017 including Miami, Orlando, New York and more... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:51 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Jose Mourinho confirms stance on Marouane Fellaini Manchester United contract 

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The Man Utd manager has given an update on the contract situation of Marouane Fellaini at his press conference.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:49 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

The mosque that became a sanctuary after the Manchester terror attack could win a top award tonight 

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Members of the Kizra Mosque in Cheetham Hill opened up the building to act as an emergency service base and 'safe zone'... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:47 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Try a taste of VR at the Trafford Centre 

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The new IMAX VR centre at the Odeon at the Trafford Centre offers bite-sized chunks of amazing VR experiences... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:46 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Met Office issues warning for rush-hour ice and possible SNOW in Greater Manchester today 

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The forecast for possible weekend snow has been brought forward - and no longer confined to the hills... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:44 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Juncker raises hopes of end to Brexit deadlock as May prepares new offer 

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EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker today raised hopes of progress in stalled Brexit talks as Theresa May prepared to offer billions more of taxpayers' cash to break the deadlock. The Prime Minister is seeking co- ordinated moves to pave the way, at an EU summit in December, for the start of talks on a free trade deal. But negotiations are being overshadowed by the risk that two key governments, in Germany and Ireland, could collapse, leading to new elections. Arriving at an EU Eastern Partnership summit in Brussels today, Commission president Mr Juncker offered a hint of optimism, saying of the Brexit talks: "They are making progress." Ahead of a meeting with European Council president Donald Tusk, Mrs May said: "We must step forward together. This is for both the UK and the European Union to move onto the next stage." This week the Cabinet agreed for the Prime Minister to make clear that Britain is ready to up its "divorce bill" offer from about £18 billion - with some reports saying the amount could be doubled, and then rise even further. Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson are said to have insisted the extra cash can only be offered on condition of getting a good trade deal, and Mrs May was not expected to give a figure today on how much Britain could pay. However, Brussels chiefs were reported to be demanding a written guarantee that the pledge of extra billions will be paid. Mr Juncker is due to meet Mrs May on December 4 to discuss progress before the next leader's summit. Today Austrian chancellor Christian Kern, asked by British reporters whether the UK should pay more, said: "Yes of course you should, it's an easy answer." A bigger hurdle appeared to be finding a solution to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after Brexit. The Irish government is sticking to its demand for more guarantees on the border before moving talks on. Democratic Unionist MPs believe Dublin and Brussels are seeking to force Northern Ireland, or the UK as a whole, to stay in the customs union. However, Ireland's foreign minister Simon Coveney again threatened to block trade talks unless the UK offered more "clarity and credibility" on how to avoid border checks. "What we're seeing at the moment is a negotiation which is coming to a head on these issues, hopefully before the leaders' summit in December," he said. Meanwhile the Irish government risks collapse over a police whistleblower scandal involving the Tanaiste - Ireland's deputy prime minister. Mr Coveney warned that moves by opposition parties Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin to table a no-confidence motion against Frances Fitzgerald could bring down Leo Varadkar's minority government. Referring to Fianna Fáil's confidence and supply deal to support the government, Mr Coveney said: "If they move ahead with the motion of no confidence, the confidence and supply is over ... then I don't see how we can have a government that can function." In Germany, the Social Democrats said they were ready to hold talks with other parties on breaking the deadlock created by Chancellor Angela Merkel's failure to form a new coalition. The SPD has so far refused another deal with Ms Merkel's Christian Democrats, after heavy losses in September's election. But SPD general secretary Hubertus Heil said today: "The SPD will not say no to discussions." It raised hopes that new elections might be avoided.... read more
 
24. marraskuuta 2017 15:00:43 Categories: Evening Standard logo
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