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Abortion must be decriminalised, says body representing childbirth doctors 

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The group, which has more than 10,000 members, said the panel had reached a "broad consensus"... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:27:48 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Coronation Street spoilers: Seb Frankin diagnosed with HIV in huge storyline 

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The ITV soap has been working closely with HIV charity the Terrence Higgins Trust around the storyline... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:27:46 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

Plan to reopen city centre railway station after a HUNDRED YEARS moves closer 

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St James Station closed in 1917 but could reopen to serve Baltic Triangle and Toxteth... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:27:44 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

The secret Manchester cellar with its own private dining room - and a cinema 

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It even comes with its own sommelier, serving up some of the best wines and Champagnes from the hotel's extensive collection.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:27:42 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Donald Trump labels Kim Jong-un a 'madman shooting rockets all over the place' in fresh attack on North Korea 

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Donald Trump has labelled Kim Jong-un a "madman" in his latest attack on North Korea. The North Korean leader, dubbed "Little Rocket Man" by Trump, "should have been dealt with a long time ago", the US president told supporters at a rally in Alabama. Vowing to confront Pyongyang over their nuclear weapons regime, Mr Trump said: "We can't have madmen out there shooting rockets all over the place. "Rocket Man should have been handled a long time ago. Little Rocket Man, we're going to do it because we really have no choice." Video not available for syndication Kim Jong Un warns Donald Trump he will 'pay dearly' "He's talking about a massive weapon exploding over the Pacific Ocean which causes tremendous, tremendous calamity," he added. Appearing to further goad the North Korean dictator, the President said: "I want to tell you something, and I'm sure he's listening cause he watches every word, and I guarantee you one thing; he's watching us like he never watched anybody before." The fresh row came just 24-hours after Kim branded Trump "deranged" in response to his scathing UN speech. New attack: North Korea leader Kim Jong-un delivers the statement (AP) In a highly unusual personal statement issued via state media, he said the American leader is "unfit to hold the prerogative of supreme command of a country" and described the president as "a rogue and a gangster fond of playing with fire". "I will make the man holding the prerogative of the supreme command in the US pay dearly for his speech calling for totally destroying the DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea)," said the statement. The statement responded to Trump's combative speech at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday where he mocked Kim as a "rocket man" on a "suicide mission" and said that if "forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea". In recent months, North Korea has launched a pair of intercontinental missiles believed capable of striking the continental United States and another pair that soared over Japanese territory. Earlier this month, North Korea conducted its most powerful nuclear test to date, drawing stiffer UN sanctions.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:27:39 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Cowboys prop won't play NRL prelim final 

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Injured co-captain Matt Scott won't play for North Queensland in their NRL preliminary final against the Sydney Roosters, after not being named in the 17.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:29 Categories: NZ Newswire logo

Tony Pulis discusses Darren Fletcher's 'under-appreciated' dig at West Brom 

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The midfielder appeared to have a little dig at Albion during an interview in midweek... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:27 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

'Pure hatred' - Former Aston Villa man loved getting the better of Birmingham City 

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"There's obviously the lighters, coins and things coming on but there's no better feeling than playing in a derby and winning at their place."... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:26 Categories: Birmingham Mail logo

The stores offering Christmas payment plans to help you save for the festive season 

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Even Asda and Tesco are helping spread the cost ahead of December... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:24 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Urban explorer who entered abandoned synagogue 'gobsmacked' by what was inside 

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She had to navigate a 12 foot drop into the basement to get inside... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:22 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Liverpool John Moores University in the running to be named Britain's uni of the year 

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"This is down to our work to widen access to university for local young people"... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:21 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

The inspiring story of the man with cerebral palsy who is running the Manchester Half Marathon 

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Patrick Barden, who uses a walking frame, has had to split the race into three sections on different days to stop his muscles seizing up... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:19 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Man fed up of people parking outside his house to go to Liverpool Airport wraps a car in cling film 

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You might not be breaking the law, but you're definitely annoying Neil Junglas... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:17 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Ofsted chief: Schools 'should teach proper British values', not just have pupils making sequin portraits of the Queen 

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Schools should properly teach British values, the chief of Ofsted said yesterday as she slammed "tick box exercises" and warned of the dangers of radical alternative schools that operate unregistered. Amanda Spielman, chief inspector of education, said ten unregistered schools had been discovered recently in Birmingham. She also said in the speech that children were learning about British values in "superficial" ways such as making sequin portraits of the Queen. She told the Birmingham School Partnership conference: "That is why what we call British values are so important. And we shouldn't be afraid to say that British values are not universal values. "I often hear people react against the word 'British' in this context. But while they may not be unique to Britain, they are certainly not understood everywhere in the world." She continued: "Even where they are understood and valued they aren't always fully reflected in practice. We know that even in the UK some children are being brought up in an environment that is actively hostile to some of these values. "The education system has a vital role in upholding them." Ms Spielman also rounded on schools teaching values in only "superficial" ways. "A colleague's son had come home with a homework: to craft a picture of the Queen out of sequins," she said. "A charming task in itself perhaps, but that's not teaching children about our common values. Pupils should learn how we became the country we are today and how our values make us a beacon of liberalism, tolerance and fairness." Of the alleged plot by hardline Islamists to take over Birmingham schools in 2014, called the Trojan Horse scandal, she commented: "Not only were there issues with promoting British values in many of those schools, but in some cases members of the community were attempting to bring extreme views into school life. "The very places that should have been broadening horizons were instead reinforcing a backward view of society. "While those inspections are a long way behind us and many of the schools involved have completely transformed since, it is fair to say that the wider social and cultural issues leading to the events still need addressing." Ms Spielman said unregistered schools pose an ongoing risk. "They often teach a narrow curriculum of just a few subjects, perhaps with a particular single-faith focus, and are often housed in buildings that wouldn't pass the most basic of health and safety checks," she said. "Some of the images taken by inspectors that I have seen show places that are filthy and downright dangerous. In short, they put children at risk. "Our inspectors are working hard to identify and help shut down these illegal operations. But we know we cannot do it alone: all of us have a role to play, whether by being alert when children are taken off the school roll or by passing on intelligence about where these schools may be located. "Part of this is continuing to build confidence in mainstream education, and to make sure parents understand the risks of sending their children to unregistered schools." The chief inspector said that while the diversity of values within society was inevitable, parents seeking radical alternatives to mainstream schooling were misguided. "It is vital that we expose the risks of these so-called schools and help parents understand the dangers," she said.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:16 Categories: Evening Standard logo

China says NKorea quake 'suspected explosion', S.Korea says likely a natural quake 

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China's earthquake administration said on Saturday it had detected a magnitude 3.4 earthquake in North Korea that was a "suspected explosion".... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:14 Categories: Reuters logo

Maher, Costas take Trump to task over his Kaepernick rant on Real Time 

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The 'Real Time' host and the celebrated sports announcer criticized President Trump for calling NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick a "son of a b****."... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 15:13:12 Categories: The Daily Beast logo

Russia bails 2 major banks in under a month, keeps investors worried 

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Russia's central bank has been forced to rescue two big banks in less than a month.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 14:57:30 Categories: CNN logo

'The Bachelorette: Where's the frontrunner?' 

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Where, ah, are all the good guys? Where's the frontrunner?&nbsp;... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 14:44:36 Categories: Mamamia logo

Trump's foul-mouthed tirade at NFL players 

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Donald Trump launched a foul-mouthed tirade at NFL players who protest during the US national anthem at before games.... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 14:44:34 Categories: Wide World of Sports logo

Kylie's ex comments on her 'pregnancy' and then deletes it 

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Remember Tyga?&nbsp;... read more
23. syyskuuta 2017 14:44:32 Categories: Mamamia logo
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