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Thousands of homes are without power, lorries have overturned and a cruise ship broke free from its moorings as Storm Ali hit parts of Britain and Ireland.A woman died after the caravan she was in was blown off a cliff in the Irish Republic, while in Northern Ireland a man was killed by a falling tree.
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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Firefighters encountered the swirling blaze in Vanderhoof, BC, while battling wildfires in the area.
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And politicians wonder why we're sick of them: 'Bullied' nobody backbench MP walks out of parliament and onto an extraordinary 'farewell' junket to the U.N - with $20,000 of YOUR money to spendLiberal backbencher Ann Sudmalis getting $20,000 spend for U.N. secondment Retiring former Labor deputy Jenny Macklin will also be in on New York junket It will include five-star hotel accommodation on Manhattan's Upper East Side  By Stephen Johnson For Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:24 EDT, 19 September 2018 | Updated: 22:58 EDT, 19 September 2018 A Liberal backbencher who used parliamentary privilege to accuse a state MP from her own party of bullying will be getting $20,000 spending money to go on a United Nations junket.Ann Sudmalis and Labor's former deputy leader Jenny Macklin, who are both retiring at the next election, will spent three months in New York and get a generous allowance from taxpayers despite already receiving a base salary of $20…
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Military stand-off with China escalates as Australia plans new military base on Manus Island in attempt to ward off BeijingAustralia is planning to build a new military base on Papua New Guinean islandPNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill is open to expanding Lombrum Naval BaseThe Manus Island complex was run by Australia until PNG gained independenceAn upgraded base could see U.S. warships stationed there, infuriating ChinaBy Stephen Johnson For Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:12 EDT, 19 September 2018 | Updated: 22:57 EDT, 19 September 2018 Australia's geopolitical tensions with China are set to escalate as it plans to build a new military base in Papua New Guinea that can also host American warships.Six weeks before he was overthrown in a Liberal Party leadership coup, former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull discussed with this PNG counterpart Peter O'Neill the idea of re-developing the Lombrum Naval Base on Manus Island.The political leaders met i…
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Trump says that seeing 'gorgeous wall' at Flight 93 memorial renewed his resolve to build stalled Mexican border wall when mourned 9/11 victimsTrump tells Hill.TV in interview that visit on 9/11 to Shanksville, PA, memorial at site of Flight 93 crashing inspired him to continue with his wall'They built this gorgeous wall where the plane went down in Pennsylvania, Shanksville,' he told outletStalled border wall remains Trump priority but has no funding in the latest spending bill passed by the Senate and headed to the House for vote thereBy Associated Press Published: 14:55 EDT, 19 September 2018 | Updated: 20:55 EDT, 19 September 2018 President Donald Trump says the September 11 memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, renewed his resolve to push for his stalled southern border wall.Trump told Hill.TV in an interview published Wednesday that he marveled at the Flight 93 National Memorial during a visit last week.Trump tells the outlet, 'They built …
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New York inmate's golf drawings lead to exoneration in murder 20 September 2018 Image copyright Georgetown University Image caption Valentino Dixon served most of his sentence in New York's notorious Attica Correctional Facility A US convict whose talent for art caught the eye of a prison warden, ultimately leading to a review of his case, has been exonerated of murder.Valentino Dixon's vivid pencil drawings of golf courses…
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Thousands of homes are without power, lorries have overturned and a cruise ship broke free from its moorings as Storm Ali disrupts Great Britain.A woman died after the caravan she was in was blown off a cliff in the Irish Republic, while in Northern Ireland a man was killed by a falling tree.
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'Vile' county lines drug gangs who use children to deal heroin and crack cocaine will be met with new £2m enforcement unit that will help free youngsters trapped in life of crimeDamian Hinds attacked the ‘vile’ criminals who are preying on youngsters The Education Secretary promised the vulnerable would be given protection He spoke out as the Department for Education unveiled a £2million ‘county lines’ unitBy Rebecca Camber And Sarah Harris For The Daily Mail Published: 17:07 EDT, 19 September 2018 | Updated: 19:59 EDT, 19 September 2018 Gangs using child foot soldiers to flood the streets with heroin and crack cocaine will be met with ‘zero tolerance’, the Education Secretary said yesterday.Damian Hinds attacked the ‘vile’ criminals preying on youngsters as he promised the vulnerable would be given protection.He spoke out as the Department for Education unveiled a £2million ‘county lines’ unit to support councils in protecting those most at risk. …
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Rail: 'Lack of accountability' led to timetable chaos 20 September 2018 Image copyright Alamy "No-one took charge" during the timetable chaos that caused severe disruption on Britain's railways in May, a regulator has said.The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) blamed a lack of "responsibility and accountability" for the problems and said passengers were "badly treated".It said track manager Network Rail, two train operators and the Department for Transport "had all made mistakes".It came as the government promised a major review of …
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Brexit: May urges EU leaders to consider 'serious' UK plans 19 September 2018 Related TopicsBrexit Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Mrs May spoke to EU leaders for 10 minutes over dinner in Salzburg Theresa May has urged EU leaders to focus their minds on getting a Brexit deal in the next two months, saying negotiations will not be extended.At a dinner in Salzburg, she told her 27 counterparts her priorities are mai…
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Salisbury incident: Hoax 'likely' to be one line of inquiry 19 September 2018 Image copyright Instagram Anna Shapiro Image caption A picture of the couple, posted on Ms Shapiro's Instagram account in 2015 A hoax is likely to be one line of inquiry after a couple apparently fell ill in a Salisbury restaurant on Sunday prompting a major incident, police sources have told the BBC. Alex King, 42, was admitted to hospital with …
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Grenfell Inquiry: I hope you get justice, says firefighter 19 September 2018 Related TopicsGrenfell Tower fire Image copyright PA Image caption Watch Manager Norman Harrison said he was shocked by the severity of the fire A firefighter who pressed his supervisors to abandon the policy of telling residents to "stay put" during the Grenfell Tower fire has said he hopes victims' families get "justice".Norman Harrison, a watch…
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This was only the third time that Paul Pogba had scored twice for Manchester United in his 101 games for the clubPaul Pogba scored twice as Manchester United opened their Champions League Group H campaign with a comfortable win over Young Boys in Bern.Linking with Brazilian Fred, Pogba was inventive and precise for his first goal, checking on to his left foot and finding the top left corner from 18 yards.The France midfielder then doubled his tally with a penalty after home defender Kevin Mbabu was judged to have handled Luke Shaw's cross.Anthony Martial, recalled at the expense of Alexis Sanchez, added the gloss midway through the second period, with a strike that deflected past Young Boys goalkeeper David von Ballmoos.Until Pogba's intervention, the hosts had enjoyed the better of the play as Jose Mourinho's side struggled for fluency on the Swiss side's artificial pitch.Buoyed by the constant singing and drumming of their passionate supporters, Young Boys' for…
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Cristiano Ronaldo was sent off for the first time in 154 Champions League gamesA tearful Cristiano Ronaldo was controversially sent off as Juventus claimed a hard-fought win at Valencia.The Portuguese forward, making his Champions League debut for Juve, appeared to grab Valencia defender Jeison Murillo's hair as they tangled off the ball midway through the first half and referee Felix Brych consulted his assistant behind the goal before showing the five-time Champions League winner a straight red card.Ten-man Juve rallied and took the lead on the stroke of half-time when Miralem Pjanic scored from the penalty spot, and shortly after the break, the Bosnian midfielder stroked home another spot-kick.Valencia were then awarded a penalty in stoppage time but Juve goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny denied Daniel Parejo to preserve the Italians' clean sheet.Tears for Ronaldo Ronaldo helped Real Madrid win the Champions League in four of the last five seasonsIt w…
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