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The Labour deputy leader has hit out at the Conservative Party's attacks on Jeremy Corbyn , saying, they are "hell bent on viciously attacking" him because they don't have a more compelling campaign campaign message. "We have to be prepared to walk out", the premier insisted, noting that some people in Europe were "talking about punishing us". After a year in which the prime minister and her management of Brexit has so dominated political coverage in Britain, Corbyn has suddenly been put ...
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    It added that "any continued Tory attempts to block the people of Scotland having a choice on their future, when the options are clear, and on a timescale determined by the Scottish Parliament, would be democratically unsustainable". It echoes comments earlier this year, in which Corbyn said another vote would be "absolutely fine". She also pointed to the former head of MI5, Baroness Manningham-Buller, who said in 2010 that the Iraq war had led to greater radicalisation in the UK.
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    I don't think there are two different approaches. "The most important thing is that everyone is available and prepared for the game". "It will be a great final and details will make the difference". "Everyone speaks about Gareth or Isco but they can play together". Nothing is going to change. Casillias also revealed that the 39-year-old Italian goalkeeper had a great season, and that he is in the final again which is "something positive for the old players like Petr Cech and me".
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    With this, India has lost its status of the world's fastest growing economy, superseded by China whose GDP grew 6.9 per cent during the same quarter. Thanks to good monsoon, the agricultural sector posted a huge jump in growth as it expanded by 4.9 per cent during 2016-17 compared to dismal growth of 0.7 per cent in the previous year.
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    Scientists believe the virus, which originally affected birds, evolved to include dogs that were roaming around public fowl markets. Most dogs can recover on their own but some need to be hospitalized. Symptoms are fever, decreased appetite and lethargy during the first few days. Anyone concerned about their dog being infected can have their veterinarian vaccinate them against the dog flu.
  • SNP pledges to scrap LISA and keep triple lock

    SNP pledges to scrap LISA and keep triple lock

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    Sturgeon has previously argued for it to take place once the UK's exit terms are known, though the manifesto refers rather more vaguely to it taking place "at the end of the Brexit process". She said: "Our future must be decided by us, not for us". "And in these circumstances, any continued Tory attempts to block Scotland having a choice - when the time is right and the options are clear - would be democratically unsustainable".
  • Sri Lanka flood death toll rises, DMC provides maps

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    The hill in Sri Lanka's Ratnapura district, known for gems and precious stones, is 120 kilometers (75 miles) southeast of the capital, Colombo . Water levels in rivers in the districts of Hambantota and Ratnapura have begun to fall, but in other places such as the Nilvala river, levels are on the rise, DMC spokesperson Pradeep Kodippili, told Efe news.
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    Lions' schedule savaged by New Zealand's Hansen

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    I still think there is plenty of room for us to improve. The last Lions squad to come to New Zealand by boat, although replacement Lewis Jones arrived by air after George Norton broke his arm. It was a similar story away from the Tests three years later, losing three times to South Africa , but winning 15 other games, and in 1983 a four-match Test series whitewash was the miserable return from another trip to All Black country.
  • Tobacco kills 7 million a year, wreaks environmental havoc

    Tobacco kills 7 million a year, wreaks environmental havoc

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    On the occasion of WNTD, the World Health Organisation and its partner organisations have urged the world community to highlight the fact that the " tobacco control supports health and development". The first-ever World Health Organization report , Tobacco and its environmental impact states that tobacco smoke emissions contribute thousands of tons of human carcinogens, toxicants, and greenhouse gases to the environment.
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    In an email, Dubke said the reasons for his departure were "personal", adding that "it has been my great honor to serve President Trump and this administration". Mr Dubke is the latest White House staffer to leave this administration as scrutiny intensifies over contacts Trump staffers may have had with Russian government officials during the campaign and transition period.