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BUCKINGHAM PALACE COVER UP [Video]

BUCKINGHAM PALACE COVER UP

BUCKINGHAM PALACE COVER UP

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BRADLEY'S WEATHER FORECAST PART 2 10PM 10-23-2021 [Video]

BRADLEY'S WEATHER FORECAST PART 2 10PM 10-23-2021

BRADLEY'S WEATHER FORECAST PART 2 10PM 10-23-2021

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Chula Vista Police Chief interview on Millete [Video]

Chula Vista Police Chief interview on Millete

Chula Vista Police Chief Roxana Kennedy talks about Maya Millete Case with ABC 10News Anchor Kimberly Hunt

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San Diego community leaders honored [Video]

San Diego community leaders honored

San Diego community leaders honored by Broadway Heights community council

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Two people dead and two children rescued from hostage situation [Video]

Two people dead and two children rescued from hostage situation

Two people dead and two children rescued from hostage situation

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Man killed in fire [Video]

Man killed in fire

Man killed in fire

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Family reacts to police dash camera video that resulted in fatal crash [Video]

Family reacts to police dash camera video that resulted in fatal crash

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1 dead, 1 injured in Oconee County crash [Video]

1 dead, 1 injured in Oconee County crash

1 dead, 1 injured in Oconee County crash

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Spartanburg shooting investigation [Video]

Spartanburg shooting investigation

Spartanburg shooting investigation

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Palm Beach Stampede start season with blowout win [Video]

Palm Beach Stampede start season with blowout win

Palm Beach Stampede took down Team Yessuh 138-89 in their home season opener.

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Keiser football bounces back at home [Video]

Keiser football bounces back at home

Kesier University took down Webber International 28-7 at home. This was following the team's second loss of the season.

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ADAMS STATE VS. CSU PUEBLO [Video]

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St. Francis tops Canisius at home [Video]

St. Francis tops Canisius at home

The Red Raiders defended their home turf as both teams' regular seasons wound down.

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BRADLEY'S WEATHER FORECAST PART 1 10PM 10-23-2021 [Video]

BRADLEY'S WEATHER FORECAST PART 1 10PM 10-23-2021

BRADLEY'S WEATHER FORECAST PART 1 10PM 10-23-2021

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ABC 10News Pinpoint Weather with Meteorologist Leah Pezzetti [Video]

ABC 10News Pinpoint Weather with Meteorologist Leah Pezzetti

Sunday will remain pleasant then Monday brings rain to all of San Diego County.

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Pfizer: COVID-19 vaccine more than 90% effective in kids [Video]

Pfizer: COVID-19 vaccine more than 90% effective in kids

Pfizer says kid-size doses of its COVID-19 vaccine are safe and nearly 91% effective at preventing infections in elementary school children.

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'Unite the Right' rally civil trial to begin Monday [Video]

'Unite the Right' rally civil trial to begin Monday

'Unite the Right' rally civil trial to begin Monday

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Mike's Saturday Night Weather [Video]

Mike's Saturday Night Weather

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7 First Alert Forecast 11 pm, Update, Saturday October, 23 [Video]

7 First Alert Forecast 11 pm, Update, Saturday October, 23

7 First Alert Forecast 11 pm, Update, Saturday October, 23

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Pumpkin patch fundraiser [Video]

Pumpkin patch fundraiser

Family honors late Pasco teacher with pumpkin patch fundraiser.

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Local church inspires community-wide service [Video]

Local church inspires community-wide service

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Police: 17-year-old boy last seen near his Chesterfield home [Video]

Police: 17-year-old boy last seen near his Chesterfield home

Police are searching for a 17-year-old boy they say ran away from his home on Perrymont Road in Chesterfield County Saturday morning.

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2nd annual Adaptive Sports Day [Video]

2nd annual Adaptive Sports Day

The 2nd annual Adaptive Sports Day allowed plenty of kids a chance at activities they don't usually partake in.

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OU's second-half comeback saves undefeated season [Video]

OU's second-half comeback saves undefeated season

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The removal of dangerous cladding from high-risk buildings is unlikely to be complete until seven-and-a-half years after the Grenfell Tower tragedy, government data suggests.
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Mayors welcome £6.9bn local transport boost - but warned of HS2 'sting in the tail'

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England's regional mayors have welcomed a £6.9bn spending boost for local transport - but they are also being warned of a "massive sting in the tail" to come from Chancellor Rishi Sunak.
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PM and staff use £2.6m White House-style briefing room in Downing Street to watch new James Bond film

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Boris Johnson and his staff used the £2.6m White House-style briefing room in Downing Street to watch the new James Bond film, Number 10 has confirmed.
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'Absolutely nothing to indicate' new lockdown is needed, says Boris Johnson

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Boris Johnson has said there is "absolutely nothing to indicate" the country will enter a new lockdown this winter, although he added the government would "do whatever we have to do to protect the..
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Ali Harbi Ali appears at Old Bailey over murder of MP Sir David Amess

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The man accused of murdering Conservative MP Sir David Amess has appeared at the Old Bailey.
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Former British spy 'surprised and disappointed' at Theresa May snub over Russia dossier

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A former British spy who wrote a dossier on Donald Trump said he once spent hours with then home secretary Theresa May, briefing her on the Russia threat.
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MPs to be offered security guards for constituency surgeries following murder of Sir David Amess

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MPs are to be offered security guards to protect their constituency surgeries after the death of Conservative MP Sir David Amess last week.
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'A big problem': Russia 'at war' with UK, says former British spy - who was left wedding rings 'threat'

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Russia's leaders believe they are "at war" with the UK and its allies but Britain is failing to deter the threat, a former spy who wrote an infamous dossier on Donald Trump has said.
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Anti-obesity pilot scheme to reward healthy living with vouchers to be launched in England

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An anti-obesity scheme which rewards healthy living with vouchers and discounted gym passes will be piloted in England in January 2022, the government has announced.
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Booster jab rules will not change unless JCVI says so, minister says

The government will not change the six-month gap between second doses of the coronavirus vaccine and the booster jab unless the UK's vaccine advisory body recommends it, a health minister has said.
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Cheers! More than 100 MPs make pre-budget plea for Rishi Sunak to cut duty for draught beer

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More than 100 Conservative MPs have made a fresh plea to Chancellor Rishi Sunak to do more to support pubs and clubs at next week's budget.
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GPs in England take step towards industrial action in escalating row with Sajid Javid

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Family doctors in England have taken a step towards industrial action as part of an escalating row with Health Secretary Sajid Javid over plans to boost the number of face-to-face appointments.
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Tory bosses embroiled in row over claims Gove dinner offered to property developers for £4k

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Conservative Party fundraising bosses are embroiled in a row over claims they offered dinner with the housing secretary to property developers for £4,000, Sky News can reveal.
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PM admits COVID cases are 'high' - but insists 'we're sticking with our plan'

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Boris Johnson has admitted the level of COVID cases is "high" and he is "watching the numbers very carefully every day" - but insisted he is "sticking with our plan".
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How online groups plot confrontations with MPs over COVID rules

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Anti-vaccination and anti-lockdown protesters are organising themselves online to confront MPs in person, Sky News has found.
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Getting vaccine is 'civic duty' and govt should bump boosters to 500,000 a day, Tony Blair says

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Tony Blair has said getting the vaccine is everyone's "civic duty" as he urged the UK government to accelerate its booster progamme to 500,000 jabs a day.
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Confusion as minister says book booster jabs but NHS says people must be invited

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There is confusion over the COVID-19 vaccine booster programme after over 50s were urged to book despite the NHS website saying they must have an invite.
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Why ministers won’t talk about Plan B, let alone Plan C

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'No intention to reinvent lockdown' - minister says no 'plan C' to restrict Christmas household mixing

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The health minister has denied there is a "plan C" to control COVID-19 by restricting household gatherings in England at Christmas if hospital admissions get worse.
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'Wilfully negligent': Govt attacked for refusing to move to Plan B, as doctors warn action needed now

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The government is being "wilfully negligent" by refusing to enforce its Plan B strategy for tackling rising COVID infections, doctors have claimed.
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Commons showdown looms over bid to end 'fire and rehire' practice

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A House of Commons showdown between Labour and the Conservatives is looming over a move to clamp down on employers using "fire and rehire" to drive down wages and sack staff.
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MPs told threat level against them now 'substantial' after Sir David Amess killing

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MPs now face a "substantial" threat level - meaning an attack is "likely" - following the killing of Sir David Amess, Home Secretary Priti Patel has said.
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PM hails New Zealand trade deal secured by UK - but NFU warns it offers 'almost nothing' for British farmers

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British sheep farmers could face increased competition from New Zealand lamb imports as a consequence of a free-trade deal which has been secured and hailed as "great" by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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'We can't blow it now': COVID cases could hit 100,000 a day - but England won't move to Plan B yet

COVID cases could hit 100,000 a day, the health secretary has warned - but he confirmed England will not yet move to Plan B to deal with pressures on hospitals this winter.
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Why key part of government's counter-terrorism strategy is under scrutiny after MP's murder

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A key part of the government's counter-terror strategy has returned to the headlines in the wake of the killing of MP Sir David Amess.
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Starmer focuses on online harms and violent extremism in first PMQs since Sir David Amess' killing

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Boris Johnson has committed to bringing the Online Harms Bill back to the Commons "before Christmas" in the first PMQs following the killing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess.
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Ministers are banking on boosters to avoid a shift to COVID 'Plan B'

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MPs sign a blank cheque by offering support for PM's net zero plans

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MPs and peers call for review of parliamentary pensions over China investment concerns

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Number 10 has condemned "harassment and intimidation" of cabinet minister Michael Gove by anti-lockdown demonstrators as "completely unacceptable".
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How the government plans to get to net zero by 2050 - long-term blueprint hailed by PM

The government has announced its strategy to meet its promise to cut emissions to net zero by 2050.
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The government's net zero strategy will "support up to 440,000 jobs" by 2030, a business minister has said - as he announced a move towards the end of the sale of new petrol and diesel cars.
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Boris Johnson insists his plans to cut carbon will not be enforced by the 'boiler police'

The much-anticipated details of how the government plans to actually meet its legal targets to cancel out carbon emissions by 2050 will be announced imminently.
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Scrapping the £20 Universal Credit uplift will have a significant effect on claimants, according to a new report - which also says the benefit can be "complex and confusing".
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