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Bank Holiday Monday in 1999 was 23.6C, while the hottest bank holiday weekend ever was in 1995 when temperatures peaked on the Saturday at 28.6C. 'There will be highs of 25°C on Sunday and it will be a warm sunny day for most of the United Kingdom, the north west might have some cloud but it still will be a warm day'.
  • Buhari Jets To Daura For APC Ward Congress

    Buhari Jets To Daura For APC Ward Congress

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    Nnamdi Omoni, Police Public Relations Officer, Rivers State Command, who was at the scene of the incident declined comment, appealing that he needed clearance from his boss before issuing a statement. Chris Finebone, the Publicity Secretary of the APC in Rivers State, via a text message said what happened at the Secretariat was an act of wanton destruction that should be condemned by all.
  • Ex- Maharashtra deputy chief minister Chhagan Bhujbal granted bail

    Ex- Maharashtra deputy chief minister Chhagan Bhujbal granted bail

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    Bhujbal's lawyer Vikram Chaudhary told the court that following the SC order, his bail should be considered "in regular course", the daily reported. NCP leaders Ajit Pawar, MP Supriya Sule-Pawar and state spokesperson Nawab Malik hailed the ruling as thousands of Bhujbal supporters erupted in celebrations with fireworks and distribution of candies in both Mumbai and Nashik.
  • Pruitt's top spokesperson leaving EPA

    Pruitt's top spokesperson leaving EPA

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    And Liz Bowman, the EPA's top communications staffer, announced her resignation on Monday, The Washington Examiner reported Thursday . Two other senior advisers to Pruitt, Albert Kelly and Pasquale Perrotta, left earlier in the week, according to reports.
  • Murder conviction vacated for Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel

    Murder conviction vacated for Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel

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    The case has drawn global attention because of the Kennedy name, Skakel's rich family, numerous theories about who killed Moxley and the brutal way in which she died. Skakel's appellate lawyer, Hubert Santos, had asked the Supreme Court to reconsider its 2016 ruling, resulting in Friday's decision. Santos additionally contended there was no actual evidence or eyewitnesses linking Skakel into Moxley's murder.
  • Hit by NEET, many Tamil Nadu students allotted centres in other states

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    Meanwhile, Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami announced that his government would provide 1,500 aspirants with a second-class train ticket as well as Rs 1,000 as one-time assistance. Now we have no other option but to take a bus to attend the exam", she lamented. This year, around 13.36 lakh candidates from across the country have registered for the test and the number of applications increased by approximately 40 per cent in comparison with 7.5 lakh in 2016.
  • Tester feud draws attention to Montana Senate race

    Tester feud draws attention to Montana Senate race

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    Trump has called on Tester to resign after the Montana senator led the charge against Ronny Jackson, the President's failed pick to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs. The unverified allegations include reports of Jackson dispensing prescription drugs on cross-country flights and creating a toxic work environment.
  • Immigration protection ends for 57000

    Immigration protection ends for 57000

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    The Trump administration said on Friday it will end temporary protections for immigrants in the United States from Honduras on January 5, 2020, leaving potentially 57,000 people vulnerable to deportation. With an eye on the upcoming TPS decision, it had enhanced efforts to crack down on cartels and human trafficking and sided with the Trump administration at the United Nations a year ago over moving the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, USA Today reported .
  • Metro Detroit Forecast: Morning rain, afternoon showers

    Metro Detroit Forecast: Morning rain, afternoon showers

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    Doesn't look like you'll be needing that jacket in most areas this morning , and you certainly won't be wanting it this afternoon. Instead of tracking multiple rounds of severe weather the main threat will come with the passing of the cold front Friday evening.
  • Jose Bautista making Braves debut at third base in Friday's series opener

    Jose Bautista making Braves debut at third base in Friday's series opener

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    Decades in life really don't get any sweeter. After a recent hot streak at the plate down in triple A, former Blue Jays star Jose Bautista has been promoted and will make his debut with the Atlanta Braves on Friday night. One of the all-time greats in franchise history, he ranks second in home runs, runs, and walks; third in RBIs; fourth in slugging percentage; fifth in games played and on-base percentage; and sixth in hits.
  • Shohei Ohtani has next start pushed back for Angels

    Shohei Ohtani has next start pushed back for Angels

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    Pujols then got a standing ovation when he legged out a double in the fifth, sliding into second base with seldom-seen spryness. "If it doesn't happen ( Thursday ), it's going to happen soon". "Dylan is a battler, a competitor, and we know he'll get better". Upton's homer was his first since April 14. With Rookie Shohei Ohtani dominating numerous headlines surrounding the team and Superstar Mike Trout having an excellent start to the season, people are forgetting one of the big storylines ...
  • Racial Profiling at Campus Tour of Colorado State University Alleged

    Racial Profiling at Campus Tour of Colorado State University Alleged

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    The teens saved their own money to take the family's only vehicle and drive 7 hours from New Mexico to Fort Collins, Colorado, to visit the campus Monday, their mother told reporters with CNN affiliates KOAT and KRQE. "And I couldn't believe it". "We understand new procedures will be introduced to better manage camps tours", Lieutenant Governor Donna Lynne said in a statement .
  • Oklahoma passes faith veto on LGBT adoptions; Kansas close

    Oklahoma passes faith veto on LGBT adoptions; Kansas close

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    But even with the backing of Catholic Charities and the Kansas Department for Children and Families, SB 284 faced a tough road to passage after companies like Amazon, Apple, Google, and TechNet sent a letter to legislators opposing it. Catholic Charities has also stopped handling adoptions in Washington D.C., MA and San Francisco over concerns they would be required to act against their religious beliefs.
  • Alleged rapist of nine-year-old girl found hanging

    Alleged rapist of nine-year-old girl found hanging

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    The girl has been hospitalised and her condition is stable, district collector Kona Sasidhar told reporters after visiting her at the hospital and consoling her family. Mr Malakondaiah said the accused has been booked under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, which was amended last month by the centre to include death penalty for rapists of children younger than 12 years.
  • House Chaplain Rescinds Resignation, Forcing Confrontation

    House Chaplain Rescinds Resignation, Forcing Confrontation

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    Patrick J. Conroy (R). Conroy has served as House chaplain since Ryan's predecessor, Republican John Boehner, nominated him in 2011. "Conroy added that Burks's comment prompted him to think he had "little choice but to resign , as my assumption was that you had absolute prerogative and authority to end my term as House chaplain".