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Ranking every NBA team by how much Irving could help them 

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Kyrie Irving doesn't fit every team.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:53:58 Categories: For The Win logo

'Really upset and emotionally drained' 

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The actress opened up to ET about coming home to her supportive family after shooting some of the show's emotionally draining scenes.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:39:07 Categories: ETOnline logo

Lisa: Matty J is an absolute babe 

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Lisa Carlton stole the show on the launch episode of The Bachelor 2017, by shyly stealing Matty J's words and cool.&nbsp;... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:39:05 Categories: Popsugar logo

Deadly king cobras smuggled in crisp cans 

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<p>The 34-year-old is also alleged to have mailed a box containing six protected turtles to Hong Kong on the same day.</p>... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:39:03 Categories: Sky News logo

Iceland's Food Warehouse opens in Walsall - this is what you can expect 

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Operated by Iceland, the Food Warehouse will be situated in the Bescot retail park in Bescot Crescent... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:39:02 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Everton reveal thrilling ideas for Bramley Moore Dock 

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Everton chief executive Robert Elstone on capacity, home ends, naming rights and more... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:39:00 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Great Ormond Street Hospital doctors lay out eight reasons why Charlie Gard shouldn't go home to die 

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Hospital lay out argument as parents in High Court fight with doctors over their "last wish"... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:58 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

We need action to tackle diesel cars now - not in 2040, Mayor tells Gove 

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Cabinet minister Michael Gove today said that diesel vehicles could be banned from some roads in Britain but was accused of failing to do enough to tackle the toxic air scandal. The Environment Secretary unveiled the Government's long-awaited air quality plan which included a series of measures to deal with filthy air. Key to the strategy was a focus on targeted action for just over 80 specific pollution blackspots, around half of which are in London, rather than promoting more widespread measures such as charges for diesel vehicles or a nationwide scrappage scheme. But Mr Gove was accused by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, environmentalists and some motoring experts, of falling short of what is needed to deal swiftly with toxic air - which is blamed for a death toll of about 9,000-a-year in the capital alone. Mr Gove also fleshed out a previous government announcement on the ultra-low-emission vehicles revolution, by stressing there would be a ban on the sale of new diesel and petrol cars from 2040. Strategy: Michael Gove is to target action on over 80 pollution hotspots (PA Wire) He rejected warnings that there would be lack of electricity infrastructure, including power generation plants and charging points, for Britain's cars to switch away from petrol and diesel. "As Mrs Thatcher once said, 'there is no alternative'," he told BBC radio. "We can't carry on with diesel and petrol cars, not just because of the health problems that they cause but also because the emissions that they cause would mean that we would accelerate climate change." Asked specifically whether diesel vehicles could be banned from certain streets in coming years to deal with poor air quality, he said: "Yes. It could include in specific areas particular restrictions on drivers but critically it's for local authorities to come up with plans." However, it remained doubtful over whether any such bans would be brought in as Mr Gove shied away from, while not ruling out, other controversial measures such as more charging schemes as being introduced in London with the £10-a-day T-charge from October and the Ultra Low Emission Zone from 2019. "Charging is a blunt instrument that could bring us into compliance," he said. "Rather than using that blunt instrument I would prefer to use a series of surgical interventions because I think that is both fairer to drivers but also likely to be more effective, more quickly in the areas that count." He signalled that he may support a limited scrappage scheme in the capital to help low-income families ditch their dirty diesel cars but opposed a wide-ranging one, stressing that such measures were generally poor value for money. But Mr Khan said: "A half-hearted commitment from Government simply isn't good enough. "We need a fully funded diesel scrappage fund now to get polluting vehicles off our streets immediately, as well as new powers so that cities across the UK can take the action needed to clean up our air." The Government is promising more than £200 million for town halls to deliver anti-pollution strategies such as cleaning up their bus fleets and changes to road lay-outs. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders stressed that the car industry and motorists would need time to adjust. SMMT chief executive Mike Hawes said: "Currently demand for alternatively fuelled vehicles is growing but still at a very low level "The industry instead wants a positive approach which gives consumers incentives to purchase these cars. We could undermine the UK's successful automotive sector if we don't allow enough time for the industry to adjust."... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:57 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Jeremy Corbyn ally quizzed on student debt pledge tells BBC: None of you went to a state school 

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One of Jeremy Corbyn's shadow ministers launched an attack on the BBC today as he was grilled over whether Labour had done a U-turn on axing student tuition fee debts. Shadow minister for schools Mike Kane queried why the BBC Today programme was asking him about the row over Labour's stance on scrapping the overall student debt bill, estimated to be over £100 billion. He then added: "I've been asked by a number of BBC journalists over the last few weeks and over the general election campaign and... not one of them was educated in a state local school." The outburst came as Mr Corbyn faced growing pressure over university finance after it emerged that another shadow minister had pledged before the June 8 election that "every existing student will have all their debts wiped off" if Labour gained power. The promise from shadow justice minister Imran Hussain undermined the Labour leader's stance that he had made no commitment to axe the existing tuition fee debts of students. Mr Hussain said in a campaign video: "Just this morning Jeremy Corbyn has announced that the tuition fees will be abolished straight away from September if there's a Labour government, and that we will bring back immediately EMA (Education Maintenance Allowance) and also that every existing student will have all their debts wiped off." Shadow public health minister Sharon Hodgson also tweeted on June 2: "Jeremy Corbyn: Labour could write off historic student debts - all those in early twenties with student debt #Vote Labour". Mr Corbyn said before the election that he was looking at how the party could "reduce that, ameliorate that, lengthen the period of paying it off, or some other means of reducing the debt burden", adding: "I will deal with it." Labour also pledged to scrap tuition fees of up to £9,000 a year. The Tories have accused Labour of misleading students and have called for an apology.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:55 Categories: Evening Standard logo

ITV boss refuses to reveal what network pays top stars amid BBC row 

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The boss of ITV today refused to reveal what it pays its top stars - but insisted it does better than the BBC on gender equality. Sir Peter Bazalgette said ITV "will be able to show an improvement" from last year when it publishes figures in April under legislation that means thousands of firms will reveal gender pay gap numbers based on average earnings. Asked if they would show a more even gender split than the BBC, he said they would. Figures for individual salaries above £150,000 released by the BBC last week revealed a gender pay gap at the top of the corporation. More than half (52 per cent) of all ITV staff and 43 per cent of senior managers are women, the company said. Sir Peter said it was right the BBC disclosed the figures since it is publicly funded, adding: "We take gender issues in employment and pay very seriously. But we are a commercial company. We would never discuss confidential contracts." Piers Morgan - who, along with Susanna Reid, hosts ITV's Good Morning Britain - was among the rival broadcasters to criticise the BBC, posting on Twitter last week: "Big fan of the BBC but if you position yourself as the very bastion of equality you must practise what you preach." It came as Radio 5 Live presenter Rachel Burden spoke out about women journalists who she says were "ignored" and "belittled" by BBC bosses when they tried to raise the issue of equal pay. The reporter, who presents the breakfast show alongside Nicky Campbell, said it was right women were uniting to ask for action on the pay gap. BBC director-general Lord Hall has promised progress by 2020 but high-profile names including Clare Balding, Emily Maitlis and Fiona Bruce recently signed a letter calling for action now. Ms Burden earns £130,000, compared with £400,000-plus for Mr Campbell, but said she had never called for the pair to be paid the same. Writing in The Guardian, she said: "Should we be on the same money? Probably not. I have never argued for that. There has to be room for recognising experience and market value, I get that. "I've known how much he is paid for some time - we've talked it over frequently and he's been incredibly supportive of me throughout my career. "Equal jobs should mean equal pay but where there is disparity, is the gap justified? Are the women paid too little, or the men paid too much?" She said the "storm" about pay had been "brewing" at the BBC for years. Lord Hall said he would "value (the) contribution" of more than 40 senior woman presenters and reporters who signed a letter demanding immediate action from him to tackle the gender pay gap. He said: "When figures are published next year I am confident they will look very different. "When other organisations publish their gender pay data by next April, I want the BBC to be one of the best performers when comparisons are made."... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:53 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Anna Faris and Chris Pratt's son made his red carpet debut, and he rocked it 

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The 4-year-old boy posed up a storm, shades and all, proving he could be the cutest kid in Hollywood... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:52 Categories: ELLE (UK) logo

The future of fake news is here - and it's terrifying 

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A new breed of video and audio manipulation tools allow for the creation of realistic looking news footage, like the now infamous fake Obama speech... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:50 Categories: The Guardian logo

Pogba insists crocked Ibrahimovic still has a big influence at Man Utd 

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The Frenchman would be delighted to see the veteran striker sign a new deal - because he is still learning from him... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:49 Categories: Mirror logo

Man stabbed woman 119 times after she told him she was transgender 

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A former sailor in the US Navy stabbed a woman 119 times when she revealed she was transgender after they had sex, a court heard.&nbsp;... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:47 Categories: The Independent logo

Latest Chrome update adds new Touch Bar tools for macOS 

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The latest version of Google Chrome (version 60, if you're counting) is now available for Windows, Linux, and Mac.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:46 Categories: The Verge logo

Trump shifts criticism in latest Sessions attack 

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President Trump on Wednesday opened a new line of attack against Jeff Sessions, questioning why his embattled attorney general didn't fire the acting FBI director over alleged ties to the Clintons.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:44 Categories: The Hill logo

680 Horses! Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Driven 

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A turbocharged and electrified glimpse of Porsche's future.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:42 Categories: Car and Driver logo

2017 GMC Canyon Denali First Test: Small truck, fancy package 

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A smaller, luxurious alternative to the full-size segment... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:41 Categories: Motor Trend logo

Stocks trade at record highs amid more strong earnings 

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<p>Stocks traded higher Wednesday as more companies continued to report strong quarterly results.</p>... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:39 Categories: CNBC logo

Rooting for Rite Aid? Don't hold your breath 

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Investors who bought Rite Aid in a taxable account should sell the shares.The benefit is a capital loss on RAD stock.... read more
26. heinäkuuta 2017 19:38:37 Categories: InvestorPlace logo
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