Terrorist ‘resisted’ de-radicalisation

A phone, found in a storm drain near his home, contained images of “hostile reconnaissance” carried out at London landmarks, prosecutors said. He was put under 24-hour police surveillance and then arrested in April. The first of several attempts to engage Ludlow with Prevent had come in 2008 after he had been found carrying a […]

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Thick fog, not booze, blamed for 35-vehicle pileup after midnight New Year’s Day; more than 50 hurt

“I have been with the sheriff’s office 26 years, and I have never seen a collision of this size,” Smith said. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP “I have been with the sheriff’s office 26 years, and I have never seen a collision of this size.” — Craig Smith, Travis County Sheriff’s Captain […]

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Labour makes no-confidence move against PM

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTheresa May announces Brexit vote date Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a motion of no confidence in Theresa May, after she said MPs would not vote on her Brexit deal until the week of 14 January. The PM had delayed the vote from last week, admitting she was […]

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John Lewis jump in Christmas sales

However, in the previous week, ending on 22 December, sales across the partnership fell 4.8%. Its financial year so far has seen sales remain flat in both Waitrose and John Lewis. A Waitrose spokesperson said: “As always at this time of year, our sales figures are heavily distorted by the fall of Christmas and New […]

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Grandparents ‘should go on family holidays’

“And you will think, ‘God, doesn’t that look fun?’ “We are just a little bit blinkered. We have decided that we should box ourselves in a bit. “I think when we are a little bit more bold about how we do things, we find so much more joy in it.” Loneliness threatens young as well […]

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Air disaster remembered 30 years on

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionArchive footage shows disaster aftermath Survivors and the families of those killed in one of the worst British air disasters have gathered for a service to remember the 47 people killed. A Boeing 737, carrying 126 people, crashed onto the M1 in Leicestershire on 8 January 1989. […]

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Rape trial told of cricketer’s phone ‘game’

Opening the prosecution’s case, Miranda Moore QC said the alleged victim realised she was not with Mr Clarke, who had left the room to be sick, when she touched Mr Hepburn’s hair and he spoke in an Australian accent. Latest news and updates from the West Midlands She told jurors a member of the public […]

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The political trends that will define 2019

(CNN)The New Year is only a few hours old, but the political forces that are likely to shape a turbulent 2019 are already in play. But the President doesn’t just have to worry about Mueller. Democrats are days away from taking control of the House of Representatives and inaugurating a novel challenge for Trump’s presidency […]

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Jury to rule on Ed Sheeran copying claim

Ed Sheeran sued over claims he’s ripped off a Marvin Gaye song Judge Stanton is also overseeing a separate $100m case over the same track launched last June by the company Structured Asset Sales, which owns part of the copyright in Gaye’s song. Judge Stanton said the similarities between the two songs included their bass […]

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Do YOU want to be Donald Trump’s chief of staff?

(CNN)On Wednesday, when asked about his search for a chief of staff to replace John Kelly, President Donald Trump said this:”I have at least 10, 12 — 12 people that want it badly. I’m making a decision. Great people,” he said. “I could do it immediately. I’m in no rush. A lot of people want […]

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