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in the potential swimming lesson i want to. come. back home. i didn't intend to like just temple thing could you guess from a piece diphthongs on the news and afraid of him in the sling you. may want to talk to come up about it before copy spoke up and just up the. punishment if you miss adelle then call for the da the results and still come up with. look at six. minutes of truth if this took for the give us
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a look at the soon to be the book book by bob well the snow was just like the tree of my son. but for the others you know full description deduct from the scene of the thread you put. on the close up of the record for the people. last week just about suspect with what you can do and what you know of a chemical it took. over when it's on which to mean what you produce diaf people for. this interim develop. rely so much on the good of the already held by your mother over the load superstorm or the little kids whose fault was removed to those of us in the ga can you say the joy of the thing. i was either going to use it i said of all goddesses i said love once in the nowhere does the races become system to keep books at the computer but to do. the book like all
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those who talk with the posters or go. for. the sure the ritual of the show. almost pieces. because because he followed with you all the good we just did what's it all up in the vocal i don't know about but that's what i thought of a comma moves up when he did this to so called him for sinister country. no no no no you got to. pick up my ass from the. he said no no it's all the food no helping their cause just because it includes a central. office or book and when you. have a criticism for life and i think very invested i was all for some of those i forgot just because i want to see you now. assume this is something of a motel. as if you know not too didn't you yesterday it's a fight you will not want and i'll go from there because you tried the d.p.p.
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mission still to do for you no would you feel the government is a beautiful moment you think would do well bunch me from the reserves. and the good stored up on the ones that. was always who was only what he's so he's simply if i could you get cured i mean i feel sick after his behavior but. it's good to most a bunch of those settlements on the mean nothing to you functional as he always have been and i mean yeah still bring up logs and it was like oh shit sandwich when you can sell something to get your breakfast because your idea of the. look of. the cuckoos i think that's the reality of it we're going to go oh a couple you're going to the concert was going to do before anything else at all or if it was miserable for somebody who doesn't even know you come over look i don't think i'm very. close on this you know moment who doesn't fit this you know will
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know that you love her i will ask them honestly she's helping you tell us they don't want you would ask who did you watch him i'll walk to your home alone with him on what you know how much i think most things as you know you don't listen. to but as opposed to going to bush i just want a podium was not think of ten o'clock yes i'm going to my house for people making the first looks if we don't listen to put up or shut up because we know not that i'm a kook just about all of us who believe apparently on top of that all. i suggest you talk about but really have nothing on the who not even a couple is not new to this country become. an issue couple this a couple of months some of the. comments are members of that i mean third member of congress has a reason to call people to continue going to schools and drink i. was busy for joe. because they don't afford. the government officer following on top of this
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a city of hollywood. i guess i just don't make any show. of new faces your body as you might i felt about it before but it was a focus i will be. demeaning need to make and with all its intelligence will tell you. what the public domain g.d.p. but. only just because it's good i mean i. know it's rubbish and. foremost and buddhism. she was gone on of us nowhere was the verses caught up. she thought to not. post was offered to stop going to her place product. of children sick of course are false actor shows for this school.
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. and for an extension does not solve the problems we face. after another humiliating defeat on their brakes a deal britain's prime minister faces another critical vote in parliament. i'm sammy's a band this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up the most senior member of the catholic church ever to be convicted of sex abuse is sentenced to six years in jail bowing faces a global backlash multiple airlines ground the seven three seven x.
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eight fleets following the second crash in five months. and a twist in venezuela's crisis opposition leader those accused of sabotage. britain's parliament has rejected prime minister to resign may's brings the strategy for a second time it plunges the u.k. deeper into crisis with just seventeen days before it's due to leave the european union well m.p.'s will now get a vote on whether. country should leave without a deal the barber reports. the power is to the right. two hundred forty two no no use to the last three hundred ninety one so the no use having the news i was a heavy defeat for the withdrawal agreement this was slightly better for prime minister to resume a than the previous meaningful vote but still
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a resoundingly known struggling with a sore throat she told parliament it now faced tough decisions does it wish to revoke article fifty does it want out a second referendum was. was if one doesn't want to leave with a deal but not this day and these are an enviable choices that sakes to the decision that the house has made this evening they are choices that must now be faced yeah. just hours after she'd arrived back from strasburg with new legal assurances over the withdrawal deal may's position had been undermined by her own top legal advisor attorney general geoffrey cox said the tweaks by the e.u. didn't alter his legal opinion over the possibility of the u.k. being locked into a customs union as part of a so-called backstop the mechanism to prevent a hard border between islands and northern ireland as
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a result she was never going to win over hardline euro skeptic members of her own party they'll now be a commons vote on wednesday on whether to rule out leaving the e.u. without a deal then thursday could see a vote on whether to ask brussels for an extension to the article fifty period of negotiations the leader of the opposition is clinging on to the hope of a fresh general election the primaries has run down the clock and the caucus rain run out on her maybe it's time instead we had a general election and the people have been through their government should think of. but what now for to resume a the size of her defeat is too large to aim for a chance of getting a tweet deal through with another vote in the very near future. after this week's votes in westminster attention will turn to an e.u. summit next week brussels has said it might give britain more time if a reasoned request for an extension to the timetable of leaving by march the twenty ninth is made meaningful concessions though from the e.u.
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appear most unlikely it seems the road may be running out for the british prime minister nadine barber al-jazeera on jonathan lissa's deputy director of british influence you think tank he says it's time for stories of native compromise. well the first thing she asked to do is to do something she hasn't done so far which is to reach out to people who aren't in her own party for the last two years she's only ever try to appease the hard right party so nationals to go to the labor party and ask what possibly could deliver a majority in the house of commons and that means a softer brock's it or a people's vote a second referendum to decide if we're going to have breaks it after all a general election has become much like they are now because theresa may hate see idea of a second referendum jeremy coogan in the labor party hates as well gerry coburn wants a general election. for treason may she might think if parliament is deadlocked
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which it is one way of resolving that is to have a general election in which she will put her deal as a conservative manifesto and force her m.p.'s to stand on that manifesto and it also gives her the opportunity to flush out some of her opponents who defected from the conservative party and in our state as independents to vote tomorrow in parliament we very important because parliament will have the ability to affect the rule out a no deal scenario so what that means is that whatever happens we will never leave without a deal and that means that we either have to have a deal which means to resume a steal or we have no bricks or tool and the e.u. would much rather we had no extra tool than leaving without a deal and parliament will most likely agree a form of vatican treasurer has been sentenced to six years in prison for sexually abusing two choir boys cardinal george pell is the most senior member of the catholic church to be found guilty of child sex offenses he was convicted by
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industry in call to the case which dates back to in the one nine hundred ninety s. before giving the sentence the judge said pell's case was complex. in your case this complexity is exemplified by the fact that on the one hand i must punish and denounce you for this appalling offending you'd on the other hand i'm conscious of the heavy reality the nominee about to sanctions i man of advanced years who has led an otherwise plainness live to a significant period of imprisonment which will account for a good portion of the balance of your law.


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