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Former Manchester United youngster Michael Keane could follow in Paul Pogba's footsteps 

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Man Utd transfer news includes the latest on an England international who caught the eye vs Germany.... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:47:09 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Rovers fans snap up Wolves striker Aaron Collins 

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Micky Mellon Budget Boost used to sign Wolves striker... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:47:07 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Derek Fox expecting to return to partner One For Arthur in the 2017 Randox Health Grand National 

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Lucinda Russell 'pretty sure' jockey can return from injury to take ride in National at Aintree... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:47:05 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Anthony Crolla vs Jorge Linares: Undercard, odds, time and more 

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Crolla Linares 2 - Who is the favourite? Who is on the undercard? What time is the fight? Everything you need to know... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:47:04 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Man kidnapped at gunpoint by masked thugs in terrifying carjacking 

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"Whenever a gun is involved we are always thankful that someone didn't end up more seriously injured, or even dead"... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:47:02 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Lambeth crash: Man fights for life after being hit by bus 

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A man is fighting for his life in hospital after being hit by a bus in south-east London. Paramedics treated the man in Lambeth Palace Road before rushing him to a major trauma centre shortly after 8am on Thursday. Officers confirmed that the man, aged in his 50s, was in critical condition in a south London hospital. Pictures of the crash emerged online showing a number 53 double-decker bus to Lambeth North with a smashed windscreen. Man hit by bus just now, Lambeth Palace Rd, central London. Police who already present on parliament cordon now dealing with casualty - Charles Shoebridge (@ShoebridgeC) March 23, 2017... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:47:01 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Student lucky to be alive after flying over bonnet of Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood's car 

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A teenage politics student injured is lucky to be alive after he went flying over the bonnet of Westminster terror attacker's car, his mother said. Travis Frain, 19, was walking across Westminster Bridge with other youngsters when he was hit by the Khalid Masood's 4x4. Seconds later, the student, who wants to become an MP, called his mother to say: "Mum I'm safe...I know you will be worrying." He suffered a fractured leg, fractured left arm, cuts to his thigh and two broken fingers and will be operated on later today at King's College Hospital. Attack: Travis Frain was hit by the killer's car (Getty Images Europe) Mr Frain, a politics and history undergraduate had been with 12 other students from Edge Hill University in Ormskirk, to watch Prime Minister's questions in Parliament. His mother, Angela Frain, 46, from Darwen, Lancashire, said: "He loves politics, that is his ideal trip, going to Parliament. He was probably buzzing with excitement. "I think he would love to be an MP." She said they had a break for an hour so came out of Parliament. "He just said that he came out, they were walking along the bridge, it literally happened that fast I don't think he knew what had happened. "I think it hit him on his side and he went over the bonnet." Student: Mr Frain is a politics student who who wants to be an MP (PA) Mrs Frain, a teacher, said another group of students from the college where she works were also in London when she heard the news. Read more Westminster attack killer is named as Khalid Masood by police She added: "Then I thought, 'My son is in London' he was not picking up on his phone. "Then the police rang me. Just shock really, it was only within seconds I learned there was an incident in London and got this telephone call. "Obviously I was relieved to speak to him. He just said, 'Mum I'm safe, I'm just letting you know, I know you will be worrying.' "I think I asked him a thousand questions all at once. Video not available for syndication Westminster attack: Key moments caught on camera "He's very mature and sensible, I'm sure he will take it all in his stride." Mrs Frain was travelling to London on Thursday afternoon to be with her son. She added: "He will be staying in hospital for a few days, he's going to have an operation tonight. "I think he was absolutely exhausted. He's up and down really, in the moment you just get on with it. The Metropolitan Police have been fantastic with him, thankfully. "I have not given any thought to the attack as such. Travis is my number one priority. I'm just very thankful. We have been very lucky." Three other students from the group were injured but have been released from hospital. Among those injured was Owen Lambert, 18, from Morecambe, Lancs, who needed stitches to a head wound. College worker Aysha Frade and US tourist Kurt Cohran lost their lives in the attack after Masood mowed people down on Westminster Bridge. PC Keith Palmer was stabbed to death before the extremist was shot by armed police at Parliament. Isis has claimed responsibility for the attack.... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:59 Categories: Evening Standard logo

A horrific murder has awakened Brazil's transgender community 

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LGBT activists hope a tragedy will lead to new legal protections.... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:57 Categories: The Washington Post logo

In airline laptop ban, some in Turkey see commercial agenda 

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<p>As Istanbul builds a massive new airport and Turkish Airlines pursues aggressive route expansion, some in Turkey see the ban on large carry-on electronics on U.S. and Britain-bound flights as a ploy to undermine their aviation industry.&nbsp;</p>... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:56 Categories: Reuters logo

First ever hard-top Ford Mustang to be auctioned 

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With the serial number 00002, this Ford Mustang is expected to fetch big bucks when it goes under the hammer in Indianapolis... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:54 Categories: Auto Express logo

NatWest close hundreds of branches 

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NatWest and RBS have announced more than 150 branches beill be closing - this is why and which ones will shut... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:53 Categories: Mirror logo

£150,000 raised for family of 'brave' PC killed in attack 

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Online donations have poured in for Pc Keith Palmer, who was killed in the terror attack in the heart of the capital. ... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:51 Categories: The Telegraph logo

Josh Gad Pays Tribute to the 'Unbelievably Kind and Generous' British Officer Killed in London Attack 

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Josh Gad is paying tribute to the slain officer whom he met while visiting London on a previous trip. &nbsp;... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:49 Categories: People logo

GOP chief: Obamacare is broken, and Republicans can fix it 

When President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act seven years ago, he saddled Americans with a healthcare system that put the ultra-liberal agenda ahead of our best interests. We were promised that Obamacare would bring down healthcare costs with increased competition between insurance providers. We were promised we could keep our healthcare plans. We were promised that Obamacare would not raise middle class taxes. Instead, the law brought the American people rising premiums, unaffordable deductibles, fewer insurance choices and higher taxes. We were let down. Then, in 2014, Nancy Pelosi sought to defend the collapsing law by claiming its success should be measured by the number of people who had access to affordable healthcare and its ability to lower skyrocketing costs. By Pelosi's own standards, Obamacare has been an unmitigated failure. This year alone, Obamacare premiums have gone up by an average of 25%, and in some places have risen by over 100%. Individuals have insurance that they cannot afford - high deductibles distort the meaning of coverage. Under the two most popular Obamacare health plans, thousands of families have been forced to shoulder burdensome deductibles equivalent to 10% and 6% of the median American household income. This is not affordable. Obama's promise of "choice" has turned out to be fiction for people living in more than 1,000 counties who are left with one insurance provider on their state exchanges. No one can deny Obamacare is in a 'death spiral' when the number of Americans with only one insurer from which to choose jumps from 2% to 17% in one year. This is not choice. POLICING THE USA: A look at race, justice, media Our families can no longer afford to support an expensive, unsustainable healthcare system, but for years Democrats ignored the warnings that Obamacare would increase the deficit. It was clear Democrats realized opposition to the healthcare law was growing when they wasted tens of millions of taxpayer dollars last year alone in an attempt to rescue Obamacare's plummeting popularity. Even still, they refuse to acknowledge the legislation is hurting the very people they claimed to help. Unlike the Democrats, Republicans and Trump are listening to the American people and promised to repeal and replace this disaster. They have worked together to introduce legislation in Congress that ensures Americans with pre-existing conditions have access to coverage, and that we have a stable transition for Americans currently enrolled in the healthcare exchanges. Republican-led reforms would help Americans purchase their own coverage through the use of tax credits and expanded health savings accounts, so that they can get a plan that works for them, not a one-size-fits-all plan forced on them by the government. Our families would have the freedom to purchase health insurance across state lines, creating a truly competitive national marketplace that will drastically reduce costs and provide far better care. Even the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office projects this new healthcare legislation would cut our federal deficit by $337 billion. While Obamacare drove up premiums, the Republican-led healthcare reforms would lower premiums by 10%. Obamacare forced small business layoffs, but the repeal and replace bill would lower taxes by $883 billion. These are real reforms that our country needs, and stands in sharp contrast to the out of control spending Obamacare inflicted on our economy. Though this new legislation would benefit those they represent, Democrats are digging in their heels in the name of partisanship and preserving Obama's failed legacy. Thanks to a unified Republican government, I am confident that Republicans in Congress will deliver on their promises to the American people and bring positive change to our broken healthcare system. Ronna McDaniel is chair of the RNC. Follow her on Twitter @RRMGOP You can read diverse opinions from our Board of Contributors and other writers on the Opinion front page, on Twitter @USATOpinion and in our daily Opinion newsletter. To respond to a column, submit a comment to read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:47 Categories: USA TODAY logo

Bannon's rise forces Breitbart out of his basement 

Breitbart News has stepped out of the fringes of American politics and is now, quite literally, moving out of the basement as well.&nbsp;... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:46 Categories: USA TODAY logo

Americans favor paid family, sick leave; split on funding: report 

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<p>Most Americans support paid family and medical leave and think employers, rather than the government, should cover the costs, but they are divided over whether companies should be legally required to provide it, according to a report released on Thursday.</p>... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:44 Categories: Reuters logo

WikiLeaks publishes CIA hacking tactics for Apple products 

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WikiLeaks Thursday released a cache of new documents from their CIA leak, outlining how the agency attacked Apple products.... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:42 Categories: The Hill logo

Lacking Evidence of Voter Fraud, Legislatures Target Its Specter 

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After failing to find widespread voter fraud, Republican state lawmakers are calling for tighter restrictions on voting based on perception of tainted ballots.... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:41 Categories: The New York Times logo

Visitors can now take a night-time tour of the Colosseum 

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Visitors can now take a night-time tour of the Colosseum and its underground passageways... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:46:39 Categories: Easyvoyage logo

The Moonlandingz set to put on a show at Invisible Wind Factory 

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The Moonlandingz to take to the stage on Saturday... read more
23. maaliskuuta 2017 20:00:52 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo
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