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I just ran down the stairs. You could see the fire is in one of the flats. Authorities will "seek to identify towers that might have a similar process of refurbishment, run a system of checks so that we can, as quickly as possible, give reassurance to people", said Policing and Fire Minister Nick Hurd.
  • Health of Nashville defenseman Ryan Ellis still in question

    Health of Nashville defenseman Ryan Ellis still in question

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    The Predators host Game 6 at the same time that the annual CMA Music Festival will hold its concert headlined by Keith Urban and Brad Paisley nearby. For Nashville's three home games during Round 3, the Western Conference Final series , Keith Urban, Kelly Clarkson and Trisha Yearwood did the honors.
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    Labour election result not good enough, Chris Leslie says

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    The exit poll predicted the Conservatives would win 314 seats and the Labour Party 266, meaning no clear victor and a " hung parliament ". Lo and behold, the snap election that May called two months ago has now denied her Conservative Party a majority, resulting in a hung parliament .
  • Police arrest 2 more suspects over bridge attack

    Police arrest 2 more suspects over bridge attack

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    Although Islamic State militants have claimed responsibility for the attack, Haydon said there was no evidence the attackers - Pakistani-born Briton Khuram Butt , Italian Youssef Zaghba and Rachid Redouane who had links to Libya, Morocco and Ireland - were directed by anyone else, either in Britain or overseas.
  • Here's what you need to know about the British election

    Here's what you need to know about the British election

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    But that may not matter. Hitting out at government spending cuts, "Liar Liar GE2017" by Captain SKA stitched together samples of May's speeches with a chorus of "She's a liar liar, no you can't trust her". May's top ministers, including finance minister Philip Hammond, foreign minister Boris Johnson and Brexit minister David Davis , will remain in their jobs.
  • Kansas legislators repudiate governor by overriding tax veto

    Kansas legislators repudiate governor by overriding tax veto

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    The bill would increase income tax rates and end an exemption for more than 330,000 farmers and business owners, repealing or rolling back income tax cuts enacted in 2012 and 2013 that Brownback still bills as pro-growth policies. The Save Kansas Coalition, which is comprised of former Kansas Governors Sebelius, Hayden, Graves and Carlin, says the state is on the road to recovery.
  • Cavaliers need heart, pride fewer mistakes in Finals

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    And you'll recall that the Cavs were down 2-0 in the 2016 Finals before they came back to win the series in seven. It's easy to say "We're going to take this away" and the Cavs are certainly capable of doing that but in taking something away they leave themselves open to something else.
  • EU, China believes Trump climate decision 'a big mistake — EU chief

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    The European Union and China recommitted Friday to the 2015 Paris climate deal , one day after the United States announced it would withdraw from it. Even in the middle of Vice President Mike Pence's home state of Indiana, South Bend's Mayor Pete Buttigieg tweeted: "One of SB's best job creators is a solar company".
  • Polls show conflicting outcomes for UK's May in next week's election

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    For example, political parties have attacked the Conservatives over their plan to cut universal free lunches and replace them with free breakfasts, which Schools Week revealed was based calculations of just 7p per meal . They included the Conservative candidate for South Thanet Craig Mackinlay???, who could be sentenced to up to a year's prison if found guilty of declaring false election expenses in the 2015 general election campaign.
  • United Kingdom election: Brexit is back

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May came under sustained pressure over the Conservative Party's record on public sector pay, mental health services and social care during BBC1s Question Time broadcast less than a week before polling day.