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Her third child, Aseefa, was also a just a few months old when she assumed office for the second time in October 1993. She said the consultations on fertility were put aside once she became leader of the Labour Party. To hear how other parents juggle work and kids plus plenty of pregnancy and baby news, tune into our podcast Honey Mums by clicking the link below .
  • Graham Says President's Comments were 'Step Backward' on Immigration Efforts

    Graham Says President's Comments were 'Step Backward' on Immigration Efforts

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    The South Carolina Republican says White House chief of staff John Kelly is "a fine man, but he's part of the staff". What remains up for debate is what, exactly , Trump said . Durbin has said Trump used the term "shithole" when speaking about Haiti and African countries during the meeting about immigration policy at the White House last week .
  • States Ask Congress to Open Banks Up to Pot Industry

    States Ask Congress to Open Banks Up to Pot Industry

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    A bipartisan group of members of the U.S. House sent a letter to congressional leaders on Friday asking that they include protections for state marijuana laws in federal funding legislation that is now being negotiated. "States are taking responsible steps to regulate the industry and we must ensure that includes access to the banking system". Forced to operate on a cash basis, cannabis businesses are left vulnerable to criminal targeting.
  • Winter Games doping testers target Russian competitors

    Winter Games doping testers target Russian competitors

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    He told Russia's Sport Express newspaper on January 17 that RUSADA should closely scrutinize all the athletes who cancelled their races. The IOC have claimed that they deliberately kept the decision making process flexible rather than produce a specific list of criteria.
  • Warning of snow showers in Flintshire later today

    Warning of snow showers in Flintshire later today

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    Dozens of schools have been closed in parts of Scotland , while public transport has been disrupted by the weather. Many roads across Cumbria have already been closed off and one school has had to shut its doors for the day because of snow.
  • Authorities increase reward for info on escaped inmate

    Authorities increase reward for info on escaped inmate

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    Canton police said they received a call about 3:45 p.m. Wednesday from a Connecticut State Police detective who had been informed that Mercado had been at a Chevron gas station earlier in the day. Jerry Mercado was caught in Georgia off a tip to U.S. Marshals, the Department of Corrections said. It's unclear where he hid on the vehicle, O'Neill said.
  • Bannon testifies before House committee probing Russian Federation campaign links

    Bannon testifies before House committee probing Russian Federation campaign links

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    Trump disavowed Bannon, saying his former top aide had "lost his mind", and later nicknamed him "Sloppy Steve". A spokesman for Mueller declined to comment on the newspaper report - which emerged late this afternoon. So far there is no indication that Bannon is being investigated by the Special Counsel Mueller. "But here was an entire time period that was essentially made off-limits by the White House", the California Democrat continued.
  • Carillion crisis deepens amid scramble to save jobs after firm collapses

    Carillion crisis deepens amid scramble to save jobs after firm collapses

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    Despite the red flags, the government continued to award the company major public contracts, including on a flagship new high-speed rail project, leading to increasingly scathing criticism. "The Government is a customer of Carillion, and our focus has been on ensuring that we are providing the public services - they are continuing to be provided uninterrupted - to reassure workers on those public services that they will get paid, to reassure the pensioners and ensure support is there for them".
  • Donald Trump could live to 200 years old if…, doctor says

    Donald Trump could live to 200 years old if…, doctor says

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    Trump also takes aspirin daily for his heart, propecia for hair loss, a daily vitamin and an occasional cream for rosacea, a skin condition. President Trump is in excellent health with "no indication" of "any cognitive issues" - but he could afford to lose a few pounds and start exercising over the coming year, according to the president's physician.
  • 1200 human trafficking cases in WNY over 10 years

    1200 human trafficking cases in WNY over 10 years

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    They're part of a new partnership between Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Truckers Against Trafficking, among other groups. Human trafficking is categorized into either sex or labor trafficking. "I call it a fun and funky way to bring awareness to human trafficking in our area", says advocate Shelby Mitchell. A 2016 state legislative study ranked Duval County fifth in the state for the number of sex trafficking cases, and the sheriff said public awareness could continue to boost the ...
  • Kids Have Been Rescued After Being Held Captive By Their Parents

    Kids Have Been Rescued After Being Held Captive By Their Parents

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    The discovery was made after a 17-year-old girl managed to escape the house and call police with the help of a mobile phone she found there. Of the 12 children discovered in the home , deputies were "shocked to discover" that seven were actually adults, ranging in age from 18 to 29, the department said .
  • 16yo defendant killed by deputy in OH courtroom

    16yo defendant killed by deputy in OH courtroom

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    However, in a statement to the Columbus Dispatch , Keith Ferrell, executive vice president of the Fraternal Order of Police Capital City Lodge No. 9, which represents Franklin County deputies, said that Haynes was reaching for the deputy's service weapon.
  • Trump weighs in on immigration, funding talks: 'Working on it'

    Trump weighs in on immigration, funding talks: 'Working on it'

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    Democrats voting against that December bill included some senators - including Cory Booker of New Jersey and Kamala Harris of California - who might seek the presidency in 2020 and would love support from their party's liberal voters. "It's the worst way in the world to run the military and the government in general". He says, "if there is one, it will fall on the Republicans' backs, plain and simple".
  • Congress plays brinkmanship as shutdown looms

    Congress plays brinkmanship as shutdown looms

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    GOP leaders are now turning to a short-term funding measure in hopes of keeping agencies open while talks continue, but Democratic leaders say they are unlikely to support any deal that does not protect young illegal immigrants . Those talks have been lead by the second-ranking Republicans and Democrats in the House and the Senate . Meadows said that leadership and the White House "seems to be very confident that they have the votes ", but Meadows said they did not have enough support ...
  • Amazing Timelapse Shows Erupting Mount Mayon Volcano in the Philippines at Night

    Amazing Timelapse Shows Erupting Mount Mayon Volcano in the Philippines at Night

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    Mayon Volcano in the Philippines began erupting, forcing the evacuation of almost 40,000 people, according to the Philippine National Risk Reduction and Management Council. Emergency response officials previously said they may have to undertake forced evacuations if the alert is raised to four. But the Philippines most active volcano erupted twice over the weekend, with volcanic activity at Mt Mayon continuing this week as a number of tremors have been felt in Luzon.