Friday, Mar 05, 2021
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Labour Party: Keir Starmer sets out his long-term vision for the economy night
BBC, 18 Feb 2021
A year on from Sir Keir Starmer’s leadership victory, what is the Labour Party’s new policy vision for the economy? Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog
The Leader of the Opposition Keir Starmer is set to give a major speech on 18 February outlining the long-term vision for the Labour Party.
In his first big speech on the economy since he became leader in April 2020, Keir Starmer, is expected to set out what he calls “a new partnership between government and business”.
Newsnight’s Lewis Goodall reports and Kirsty Wark is joined by Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Jonathan Reynolds.
Nave Starship de SpaceX explota tras aterrizaje
AP, 05 Mar 2021
La futurista nave Starship de Space X explota luego de lo que
WATCH LIVE: GOP senators hold news conference on reopening schools, funding
PBS, 05 Mar 2021
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LIVE: Mayor Muriel Bowser speaks on security, vaccines in Washington, D.C.
Reuters, 05 Mar 2021
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Will the ICC probe into Palestinian Territories achieve anything? | Inside Story
Al Jazeera, 05 Mar 2021
The International Criminal Court is opening an investigation into alleged war crimes in the Palestinian Territories.
Reviewing The 25 Latino Movies Nominated For The National Film Registry | NBC News NOW
NBC, 05 Mar 2021
NBC News' Nicole Acevedo reports on the 25 movies the Congressional Hispanic Caucus has nominated for the National Film Registry.
"QAnon Shaman" still feels "sympathy" for former President Donald Trump
CBS, 05 Mar 2021
In his first interview from jail, Jacob Chansley, known as the "QAnon Shaman," says he still supports President Donald Trump.
Coronavirus: Canadian health officials provide update on vaccine rollout | LIVE
CA, 05 Mar 2021
Canadian government and health officials are expected to provide an update on the ongoing rollout of COVID-19 vaccines on Thursday.
Tammy Bruce rips Cuomo: His performance deserves an Oscar
FOX, 05 Mar 2021
Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce weighs in on the ongoing sexual harassment claims against New York Gov.
National People's Congress: Where's China heading to?
DW, 05 Mar 2021
China kicks off its annual meeting of the National People's Congress, a rubber-stamp legislature of the Communist Party.
'Rage rooms' relieve pandemic stress in California
AFP, 04 Mar 2021
For anyone suffering from lockdown-induced stress or anger, "rage rooms" might be the perfect place to blow off some steam.
Thousands of asylum seekers cross US-Mexico border
BBC, 04 Mar 2021
Asylum seekers who have been waiting at the border for over a year have started entering the US this week.
Shopping app Klarna now Europe's most valuable startup
CNN, 04 Mar 2021
A $31 billion valuation has made Sweden's Klarna, a buy-now-pay-later shopping app, more valuable than Deutsche Bank and the most valuable startup in Europe.
Live: Natural beauty – China's widest waterfall – Ep. 5
CGTN, 04 Mar 2021
Nuorilang Waterfall is located in Jiuzhaigou County, southwest China's Sichuan Province.
In ruins | 6.3 earthquake wreaks havoc in Thessaly
RT, 04 Mar 2021
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake hit central Greece destroying buildings in the village of Damasi and across the region of Thessaly.
Demand for Covid Products to Remain High: Merck KGaA CEO
Bloomberg, 04 Mar 2021
Mar.04 -- Merck KGaA Chief Executive Officer Stephan Oschmann
Sky News Breakfast: The long economic road to recovery
Sky, 04 Mar 2021
On your Sky News Breakfast menu: - Sky's Niall Paterson is joined by the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, to discuss the budget - CBI director-general Tony Danker reacts to the 'super d...
Pope says he will visit Iraq as 'pilgrim of peace'
FRANCE24, 04 Mar 2021
On the eve of his historic trip to #Iraq, #Pope #Francis paid tribute Thursday to those who have suffered from years of violence, saying he came as a "pilgrim of peace".
UK Budget: Should taxes rise? Live Q&A
FT, 04 Mar 2021
UK chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered Budget measures that he promised would help the UK economy bounce back — but businesses are concerned about future tax rises to pay for the p...
WHO experts in Europe hold news conference on long Covid – watch live
Guardian, 04 Mar 2021
World Health Organization hosts news conference on Covid-19 in
'No more late-night cheese': Boris Johnson reveals weight loss to encourage the public to get fitter
Telegraph, 04 Mar 2021
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has revealed he has stopped eating cheese at night, as well as avoiding chocolates and eating less carbs in order to lose weight.