Hackney, England Newswire (Page 9)

Hackney, England Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Brexit: Britain votes in shadow of terrorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | Vanguard

    Britons streamed to the polls in the last few hours of a snap general election on Thursday after a campaign dominated by terror attacks and the uncertainty of Brexit. Prime Minister Theresa May called the vote in April, when opinion poll ratings for her and her centre-right Conservative party were sky-high, presenting herself as the strong leader to steer the country through tough negotiations to leave the EU.

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  2. Britons vote in election seen strengthening May's Brexit handRead the original story

    Jun 8, 2017 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    British Prime Minister Theresa May called for the snap elections on April 18 to seek a stronger mandate in negotiations over Brexit - a portmanteau of "British exit" - from the EU. Opinion polls still favor a Conservative victory but the previously predicted landslide of more than 100 seats has vanished.

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  3. Live #Vote2017: Incident free day of voting so far; exit poll due at 10pmRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | BreakingNews.ie

    Update 9pm: With just one hour to go until polling stations close British police have reported a largely incident free day of voting amidst heightened security. In one minor incident a voter was racially abused outside a polling station by a man shouting anti-Semitic threats.

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  4. Live #Vote2017: Exit poll shows UK heading for hung parliamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | BreakingNews.ie

    Update 10.01pm: An exit poll taken from 144 polling stations across the UK is predicting that the Conservatives will be the largest party in a hung parliament. The poll shows that the Conservatives will get 314 seats, but 326 seats are needed for a majority in Westminster.

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  5. May or Corbyn?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | The Daily Star

    President of the Friends of West Blatchington Windmill Peter Hill prepares to open a polling station at the Windmill near Brighton, in southern England yesterday, as Britain holds a general election. Photo: afp Britons streamed to the polls for the third time in two years yesterday after a campaign overshadowed by terror attacks and the uncertainty of Brexit.

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  6. Revealed: How political parties are using Facebook 'dark adverts' to target Islington votersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | Islington Gazette

    These Facebook dark adverts were posted at voters in Islington by the Conservatives , Labour and the Liberal Democrats Political parties have targeted people in Islington almost 100 times in the last six weeks using Facebook "dark adverts" to try and influence votes. As voters head to the polls, the Gazette can reveal how political ads containing specific messages have played a part in local campaigning.

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  7. U.K. voters hit the polls, buzzed by uncertainty of the outcomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | MarketWatch

    Brits headed out Thursday to vote in a general election that's still managing to get some people keyed up, even though it's the third time in just over two years they've been called to the ballot box. "It could be very surprising, the result.

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  8. London Bridge terror attack: Relatives condemn actions of Newham educated terroristRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | Newham Recorder

    The family of terrorist who went to school in Newham before going on to kill eight people in the London Bridge attack has condemned his actions. Relatives of Khuram Shazad Butt, who lived in Barking, distanced themselves from the extremists, saying they were "shocked and appalled" by what happened.

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  9. Youth Games: Islington, Camden miss out on basketball finalsRead the original story

    Jun 4, 2017 | World News Report

    PUBLISHED: 13:00 04 June 2017 Islington's basketball boys face the camera Archant Islington and Camden boys missed out on a place at the London Youth Games basketball finals after some tough qualifying action.

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  10. Youth Games: Newham seal basketball finals spotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2017 | Newham Recorder

    Newham's boys and girls booked their place at the London Youth Games basketball finals with impressive displays at qualifying. The girls won their quarter-final in dramatic style, scoring a three-point shot in the last few seconds to secure a 24-21 win over Hounslow, to set up a semi-final meeting with Hackney at Crystal Palace next month.

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  11. Youth Games: Islington, Camden miss out on basketball finalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2017 | Islington Gazette

    Islington and Camden boys missed out on a place at the London Youth Games basketball finals after some tough qualifying action. Camden were well beaten by top seeds Southwark and also tasted defeat against Greenwich and Hackney to finish bottom of their group, joint 22nd overall.

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  12. Free And Cheap London Events This Week: 5-11 June 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2017 | Londonist

    FESTIVAL OF CULTURE: A free week-long festival celebrating the arts, humanities and social sciences at UCL through guided tours, exhibitions, talks and workshops. Highlights include a night walk through Dickens's London, playing with maths through coding and stepping into the world of comic superheroes and the political landscape.

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  13. The Half Moon, Herne Hill - hotel reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2017 | This Is London

    Once a Victorian hotel in the heart of Herne Hill, iconic south London boozer The Half Moon became a place of pilgrimage for music fans - everyone from Frank Sinatra to U2 played on its stage. But the well-loved watering hole was forced to close its doors in 2013 due to 5ft-deep floods in the area, leaving it untouched for years.

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  14. Phone snatching: How Islington Police Station has become a showroom for stolen mopedsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2017 | Islington Gazette

    The Gazette was today invited to a briefing about moped crime at the fortress-like building in Tolpuddle Street. A quick count revealed there are currently 45 stolen machines in the yard.

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  15. Glorious sunshine cements success of first ever East London Bubble RushRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | Romford Recorder

    Families and friends converged on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park yesterday for the first ever East London Bubble Rush, in aid of Saint Francis Hospice , Haven House Children's Hospice , Richard House Children's Hospice and St Joseph's Hospice . The route featured four different bubble stations, entertainment and a range of merchandise stalls, with the fundraisers passing the finish line in shades of blue, yellow, pink and green.

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  16. Glorious sunshine cements success of first ever East London Bubble RushRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | Ilford Recorder

    Lily-Anne Wilkin, five, gives the thumbs up to pink bubbles at the Bubble Rush 5km run. Picture: Catherine Davison L to R: Laura Roden, her niece Hope Dixey, four, who attends Richard House Children's Hospice, and grandparents John Roden and Hillary Roden, at the event.

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  17. TOWIE star Ferne McCann's ex-boyfriend will face trialRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | Mail on Sunday

    All partied out, Pippa? Sleepy looking new bride is spotted with billionaire hedge fund manager husband at LAX airport as the newlyweds jet off on honeymoon Shalom! Trump lands in Israel in pursuit of elusive peace deal and vows to make the Middle East a place where children can 'grow up free from terrorism and violence' Kim Jong-un threatens to MASS-PRODUCE missiles capable of striking US military bases after watching his latest test launch 'He was an exceptionally good lover': English waitress Viviana Ross, 21, is 'SACKED from London celebrity hangout after being found NAKED in Orlando Bloom's room following a night of passion' Was it a hate crime? FBI now investigates stabbing death of graduating black Army officer at the University of Maryland after discovering white student suspect belonged to racist 'Alt-Reich' Facebook page REVEALED: Amy Fisher - dubbed the Long Island Lolita - ... (more)

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  18. Tories under fire over social care 'postcode lottery'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Tories are under fire over social care reforms amid claims there is ALREADY a 'postcode lottery' on whether elderly face costs during their lifetime Theresa May is under fresh pressure over the Tories' social care reforms today amid claims there is already a 'postcode lottery' on whether elderly people face costs in their lifetimes. Research has suggested there is a huge gap between how different councils are implementing the existing rules on paying for residential care.

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  19. Ex-minister: Tories risk building new care system on - very shaky foundations'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2017 | Hillingdon Times

    Conservative plans for councils to recoup the care costs of elderly people from their estates after they die may flounder due to poor-performing local authorities, a former pensions minister has warned. Steve Webb, who was a Liberal Democrat minister in the coalition under David Cameron, said there were wide variations in the way councils used existing "deferred payment" agreements.

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  20. Conservative social care plans built on 'shaky foundations'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2017 | ITV

    Conservative plans to recoup the care costs for elderly people from their estates after they die could flounder due to the failings of local authorities in England, a former pensions minister has warned. Sir Steve Webb, a former Liberal Democrat minister in the coalition under David Cameron, said current plans could be built on "very shaky foundations" due to the way councils used existing "deferred payment" agreements.

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