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Mr Hammond said the nation's nurses "deserve our deepest gratitude" and that Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt was now negotiating changes to NHS pay scales so any wage increase would be recommended in "due course". "Worrying that longer waits seem likely/unavoidable", he wrote. NHS England's chairman, Sir Malcolm Grant, described the extra money as "welcome", saying it would fill some of the gaps in NHS funding.
  • Black Friday brawls shutter malls early, cause festive chaos

    Black Friday brawls shutter malls early, cause festive chaos

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    AL.com reported that the mall was forced to close 40 minutes early because of a brawl in one of its stores. WBRC reports an "undetermined" number of people were detained in connection to the brawl. The second incident happened around 11:30 when two women inside the mall got in an altercation, Hale said. Jackie Robinson was shopping at the mall Thanksgiving night and witnessed the fight.
  • Police responding to 'customer incident' at London subway station

    Police responding to 'customer incident' at London subway station

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    Transit authorities say the station is being evacuated. "Officers are on scene". "Oxford Circus Station is closed while we investigate a customer incident", Transport for London said. The city's transport operator, Transport for London, said trains were not stopping at the station because of the unspecified incident. More to follow .
  • Erdogan doesn't rule out cooperation with Syria's Assad on YPG issue

    Erdogan doesn't rule out cooperation with Syria's Assad on YPG issue

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    Ankara/Athens . Recep Tayyip Erdogan will be the first Turkish president to visit Greece in 65 years, Deputy Prime Minister Hakan Cavusoglu said Thursday, Anadolu Agency reported. The PKK - blacklisted as a "terror" group by Turkey and its Western allies including the USA - has waged an insurgency inside Turkey since 1984. Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Hakan Cavusoglu said no date has been set yet although Greek media earlier said it could be December 11-12.
  • Indrani Playing the 'Victim Card': Peter Mukerjea

    Indrani Playing the 'Victim Card': Peter Mukerjea

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    The ED said that on May 31, 2007, the Foreign Investment Promotion Board permitted INX Media to receive foreign investment of Rs 4.62 crore as total investment flow, including premium. Peter rebutsIndrani's charges Meanwhile, Mukerjea has accused his wife and co-accused Indrani Mukerjea of playing the "victim-card" by accusing him of causing Sheena Bora's disappearance.
  • Four thousand first-time stone pelters to benefit from amnesty scheme

    Four thousand first-time stone pelters to benefit from amnesty scheme

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    Since July 2016, following the death of famous Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani, more than 11,500 cases have been registered against stone pelters, out of which 4,500 accused were youths engaging in stone pelting for the first time. A government spokesman said the review of cases against these youths was a major demand from various sections of the society in the state. Meanwhile, the Centre's special representative on J&K Dineshwar Sharma, who had reportedly endorsed the amnesty ...
  • Charles Manson's remains could be coming to Florida, report says

    Charles Manson's remains could be coming to Florida, report says

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    Freeman told TMZ in January that he had been attempting to arrange a visit to his grandfather, who at the time was in a prison hospital with gastrointestinal bleeding, but Manson had refused him permission to visit. Manson was convicted for ordering a killing spree in August of 1969. "When I got the phone call at 8:30 that he had died, I said a prayer, shed a tear, stuck a flower under my cross in my bedroom and emailed Roman (Polanski)", Debra Tate said.
  • Forecast: Sunny, windy and possibly a record-breaking high temperature

    Forecast: Sunny, windy and possibly a record-breaking high temperature

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    Lows will range from mid 30s to the low 40s. Lows fall into the mid to upper 30s with mostly clear skies. South wind 10 to 15 miles per hour becoming northwest in the afternoon. Most of the area will be dry. Otherwise, look for sun and clouds with highs climbing into the upper 50s. If it's by vehicle, train or ferry - high pressure will keep most of the mid-Atlantic and Northeast dry.
  • Christian Lindner rules out resuming German coalition talks

    Christian Lindner rules out resuming German coalition talks

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    Failure to produce a coalition would be a first in the history of the federal republic. The SPD's dilemma was that, after Schulz had repeatedly ruled out working with Merkel, any change of position could spell "a major credibility problem" for the party, Niedermayer told news channel NTV.
  • Irish opposition leader says PM's party preparing for election

    Irish opposition leader says PM's party preparing for election

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    The no-confidence motion will be debated next Tuesday in the Dail Eireann, or the lower house of the Oireachtas, Ireland's parliament. This could lead to an Irish election . Country could be heading "straight toward" new election. Fianna Fail initially indicated it might withdraw its threat if Fitzgerald resigned but Fine Gael members of parliament passed a unanimous motion of support in Fitzgerald at an emergency meeting on Thursday evening.