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The Washington Times
Congress loves media, not voterstheir counterparts make in the U.S., according to A.J. Katz, a staff writer for
The Washington Times / Posted 10 hours ago
their counterparts make in the U.S., according to A.J. Katz, a staff writer for Adweek. He compared the annual salaries of the Brits and the Yanks, and here’s what he found. The top-earning broadcaster at the BBC is radio host Chris Evans, who... Read more
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express
EU at war: Brussels cracks as Brexit tears apart united frontwill fight to protect the single market which serves their economy greatly. So
express / Posted 11 hours ago
will fight to protect the single market which serves their economy greatly. So far, fears that other EU27 states will copy the Brits and start asking for special deals is greater than the fear the impact a “hard Brexit” could have on the German... Read more
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metro
Westlife star Brian McFadden to join Boyzone on anniversary tourprobably use that and maybe people will be interested. It’s about wanting to do
metro / Posted 19 hours ago
probably use that and maybe people will be interested. It’s about wanting to do it at the right time.’Westlife arrive at the Brits Awards in 2001 (Picture: Getty) ‘That’s something that Ronan, Keith, Mikey & Shane are incredibly proud of. Plans... Read more
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Daily Record
Four men probed over tragic Kirsty Maxwell death head to Spain to face judgesession as well as Luis Miguel Zumaquero who is representing Kirsty’s grieving
Daily Record / Posted 22 hours ago
session as well as Luis Miguel Zumaquero who is representing Kirsty’s grieving husband and parents, and a state lawyer. The Brits were summonsed to give evidence following an application by Mr Zumaquero to have all five men in the apartment... Read more
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express
European Union prepared to STALL talks to THWART Brexit, lauds Greek economic expertto “throw the towel in” and ask to rejoin the EU. Mr Freris said: “Remember fo
express / Posted yesterday
to “throw the towel in” and ask to rejoin the EU. Mr Freris said: “Remember for this to happen, there are a lot of things the Brits will need to do, whereas the European Union just has to sit back and say, ‘You wanted to go out, now you go... Read more
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express
World Championships: Eilidh Doyle honoured to be named British athletics captainquiet one. I’ve not got an event in the Commonwealths unfortunately and I haven
express / Posted yesterday
quiet one. I’ve not got an event in the Commonwealths unfortunately and I haven’t got a secure event in the Europeans yet because there’s the Brits and Netherlands and not many else. It makes it questionable whether I’ll have a race.”Related arti... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Hannah Cockroft worried by uncertain race calendar in 2018not got an event in the Commonwealths unfortunately and I haven't got a secure
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
not got an event in the Commonwealths unfortunately and I haven't got a secure event in the Europeans yet because there's the Brits and Netherlands and not many else. It makes it questionable whether I'll have a race. "If there is no race what do... Read more
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NZCity
Brooklyn Beckham is reportedly dating Madison BeerLove' singer claimed the star was "pretending" to be her friend when they met a
NZCity / Posted 2 days ago
Love' singer claimed the star was "pretending" to be her friend when they met at the BRIT Awards. She said: "I saw him at the BRITs and it was just the most awkward conversation I've ever had. He was pretending we were friends, but we're not. "He... Read more
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Perth Now
That's not a scandal...this is a scandalbetter beer (controversial, but I’m sticking with it) and yes, even better pub
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
better beer (controversial, but I’m sticking with it) and yes, even better pub lunches. But there is one thing in which the Brits have us licked, and no, it’s not the cricket. It’s scandal. Yes, when it comes to public figures being caught in... Read more
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chad
Brits splurge up to £8 billion a year at the airportWhen it comes to our summer holidays we’re well acquainted with splashing our c
chad / Posted 2 days ago
When it comes to our summer holidays we’re well acquainted with splashing our cash, but new research has revealed the Brits are blowing billions of pounds of their holiday budget before they’ve even stepped foot on the plane. Currency provider... Read more
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Zero Hedge
How Will The Empire End?It was back in the early 1800's that the Brits left the sodden, miserable shore
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
It was back in the early 1800's that the Brits left the sodden, miserable shores of their murky island, grabbed their trumpets, tucked their trousers into the socks, and began conquering the world with the cunning use of flags. Like all good... Read more
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Horse and Hound
Isabell Werth wows the Aachen crowd with an 89% freestyle testus where they could,” added Laura, who had a brilliant show claiming a win, a s
Horse and Hound / Posted 2 days ago
us where they could,” added Laura, who had a brilliant show claiming a win, a second and a third from her three tests. How the Brits fared Brits Hayley Watson-Greaves and Emily Faurie qualified through to the freestyle following yesterday’s... Read more
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Daily Star
£100 million of Nazi gold ‘FOUND’ by Brit crew in depths of oceanthis all rather suspicious” Icelandic coastguard The metal contained in the bo
Daily Star / Posted 3 days ago
this all rather suspicious” Icelandic coastguard The metal contained in the box is believed to weigh up to four tons. The Brits now want to bring the chest back to the UK and reap the rewards. But they may have trouble doing this, as the... Read more
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Horse and Hound
Disappointment for British individual at YR Europeans and exciting result for debutantebehind Hanna, but the German had two fences down at last year’s championships,
Horse and Hound / Posted 3 days ago
behind Hanna, but the German had two fences down at last year’s championships, so it is all still to play for. Best of the Brits is young rider debutante Alex Kennedy (pictured), who rode from sixth to third on Lissangle Cavaletto B, to wind up... Read more
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Horse and Hound
Aachen dressage: Brits qualify for freestyle and young American rider impresseswith both Emile Faurie and Hayley Watson-Greaves (Rubins Nite) qualifying for t
Horse and Hound / Posted 3 days ago
with both Emile Faurie and Hayley Watson-Greaves (Rubins Nite) qualifying for tomorrow’s freestyle. Emile finished best of the Brits in 16th with his “dude” Lollipop 126 — scoring 70.765%. “He’s never been in a stadium of this size in his life —... Read more
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Daily Mail
The Open Championship LIVE: Follow all the action from Royal Birkdaleyesterday's horror show. Has he got a couple more in him today? Brits finding
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
yesterday's horror show. Has he got a couple more in him today? Brits finding birdies Lots of putts are dropping for the Brits right now. Beef finds the cup with his first putt of the day, while David Drysdale has just made his fifth birdie... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
The British Openapart from the U.S. Open, the Houston Open, the Canadian Open, the French Open,
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
apart from the U.S. Open, the Houston Open, the Canadian Open, the French Open, even the Thailand Open. Nope, say the Brits. Or actually, they probably just mutter, "Poor form." Which is proof once again that the English and the Americans... Read more
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Horse and Hound
Aachen eventing: Leading Brit takes a tumble in the showjumping as team slip down the placingsthe second phase standing in fourth place after a promising dressage, which saw
Horse and Hound / Posted 4 days ago
the second phase standing in fourth place after a promising dressage, which saw Pippa Funnell and Billy The Biz the best of the Brits in seventh. Pippa and the eye-catching 12-year-old gelding were third to go from the British riders and were... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Loran Smith: Beloved Palmer brought new life to the Openin 1970 and 1978. Jack, like Arnold, and later Tom Watson, identified with the
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 4 days ago
in 1970 and 1978. Jack, like Arnold, and later Tom Watson, identified with the conditions which warmed the hearts of the Brits, especially the Scots. With Arnold they swooned with his swashbuckling style, slashing at the ball with the wind... Read more
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express
BREXIT BLOCK: Nine shocking ways Remainers are plotting to keep Britain in the EUfurther consulted. Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform,
express / Posted 4 days ago
further consulted. Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform, said: “The political imperative of keeping the Brits in the club would override any legal concerns.” But senior diplomats in Brussels have poured cold water on the... Read more
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metro
Brooklyn Beckham 'dating' Madison Beer after the pair are spotted in LAyear, she claimed the star was ‘pretending’ to be her friend when they met at t
metro / Posted 4 days ago
year, she claimed the star was ‘pretending’ to be her friend when they met at the BRIT Awards. She said: ‘I saw him at the BRITs and it was just the most awkward conversation I’ve ever had. He was pretending we were friends, but we’re not. ‘He... Read more
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express
'They’re holding the door open!' Barnier and Macron to ramp up Brexit ‘punishment’the first round of talks in Brussels. The minister said: “Let’s be realistic.
express / Posted 4 days ago
the first round of talks in Brussels. The minister said: “Let’s be realistic. We must maintain the unity of the 27. “The Brits, even if they are overwhelmed by the scale of their task, should not be underestimated. They are great... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Q. How do we know Gerry Adams tried to break out of Long Kesh? A. He wrote about itAnd there was Adams and co cutting the wire. "What was the point of that? "At
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
And there was Adams and co cutting the wire. "What was the point of that? "At that stage, you were in the walkway that the Brits used to patrol. They got to the point that anyone could have got to, but what was the point, because the lookout... Read more
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Evening Standard
Louis Tomlinson reveals mum’s final wish was for him to make up with Zayn Malikat Doncaster Rovers Zayn Malik, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and
Evening Standard / Posted 5 days ago
at Doncaster Rovers Zayn Malik, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan of One Direction receive the Brits Global Success Award on stage during the Brit Awards Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan of... Read more
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express
BEWARE OF BRITAIN: France says UK’s negotiators must NOT be underestimated over Brexitthe first round of talks in Brussels. The minister said: “Let’s be realistic.
express / Posted 5 days ago
the first round of talks in Brussels. The minister said: “Let’s be realistic. We must maintain the unity of the 27. “The Brits, even if they are overwhelmed by the scale of their task, should not be underestimated. They are great... Read more
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BC Local News
Global exchange comes to Langley: Teens explor relay races from the back of a ponyparticipants, Emily is hoping to earn a chance to be part of next year's IMGE,
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
participants, Emily is hoping to earn a chance to be part of next year's IMGE, set for England next summer. "I hear the Brits have the best horses and my daughter hopes to go over there next year to find out if it's true," Thompson said. In... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Global exchange comes to Langley: Teens explor relay races from the back of a ponyparticipants, Emily is hoping to earn a chance to be part of next year’s IMGE,
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 5 days ago
participants, Emily is hoping to earn a chance to be part of next year’s IMGE, set for England next summer. “I hear the Brits have the best horses and my daughter hopes to go over there next year to find out if it’s true,” Thompson said. In... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Global exchange comes to Langley: Teens explor relay races from the back of a ponyparticipants, Emily is hoping to earn a chance to be part of next year’s IMGE,
Peace Arch News / Posted 5 days ago
participants, Emily is hoping to earn a chance to be part of next year’s IMGE, set for England next summer. “I hear the Brits have the best horses and my daughter hopes to go over there next year to find out if it’s true,” Thompson said. In... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Global exchange comes to Langley: Teens explor relay races from the back of a ponyparticipants, Emily is hoping to earn a chance to be part of next year’s IMGE,
Aldergrove Star / Posted 5 days ago
participants, Emily is hoping to earn a chance to be part of next year’s IMGE, set for England next summer. “I hear the Brits have the best horses and my daughter hopes to go over there next year to find out if it’s true,” Thompson said. In... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Global exchange comes to Langley: Teens explor relay races from the back of a ponyparticipants, Emily is hoping to earn a chance to be part of next year’s IMGE,
Maple Ridge News / Posted 5 days ago
participants, Emily is hoping to earn a chance to be part of next year’s IMGE, set for England next summer. “I hear the Brits have the best horses and my daughter hopes to go over there next year to find out if it’s true,” Thompson said. In... Read more
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The Irish Times
This week’s Brexit talks devoid of political grandstandinga written paper in response to the commission’s paper on the divorce bill, the
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
a written paper in response to the commission’s paper on the divorce bill, the “financial settlement”. And it now appears the Brits have no intention of putting pen to paper on the issue to elaborate on what they have called their “survivable... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Are you for an Australian republic?a bugger ... the French had to storm the Bastille, and the Americans had to cro
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
a bugger ... the French had to storm the Bastille, and the Americans had to cross the Delaware River and take on the Brits. We Australians just have to get up off the couch and get involved. The last Newspoll had us at 51 per cent in... Read more
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Horse and Hound
Germans triumph on home turf amid British disappointment in Aachenclears for USA, while Steve Guerdat and Werner Muff also pulled it out of the b
Horse and Hound / Posted 5 days ago
clears for USA, while Steve Guerdat and Werner Muff also pulled it out of the bag for the Swiss team. Disappointment for the Brits The pair were just fifth to go in the competition and first to go from the British riders, however, Titus put a... Read more
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Daily Mail
McIlroy fired into life by caddie after horror start at The Openthe clubhouse lead going into the second round after an excellent start Brooks
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
the clubhouse lead going into the second round after an excellent start Brooks Koepka is another American on five-under as the Brits were left trailing on Thursday RELATED ARTICLES Stuart Manley had a trial at Manchester United and played...Paul... Read more
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Daily Mail
Rory McIlroy scrambles well to recover from horror start at The Open18 at Birkdale as he hopes to enjoy the better afternoon conditions with his 11
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
18 at Birkdale as he hopes to enjoy the better afternoon conditions with his 11.47am tee time. Paul Casey was the pick of the Brits, however. A solid round from the Englishman saw him hand just one shot back to the course as he carded 66 in his... Read more
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Business Insider
Open Championship organizers don't want anybody calling it 'The British Open' anymore and it is causing more confusion than everto Open Championship nomenclature. Most stateside fans probably see the entire
Business Insider / Posted 5 days ago
to Open Championship nomenclature. Most stateside fans probably see the entire issue as trivial, but it's hard to fault the Brits for being proud of their history. The first Open in 1860 marked the beginning of the modern game. For a time, it... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Open Championship organizers don't want anybody calling it 'The British Open' anymore and it is causing more confusion than everto Open Championship nomenclature. Most stateside fans probably see the entire
Stamford Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
to Open Championship nomenclature. Most stateside fans probably see the entire issue as trivial, but it's hard to fault the Brits for being proud of their history. The first Open in 1860 marked the beginning of the modern game. For a time, it... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Open Championship organizers don't want anybody calling it 'The British Open' anymore and it is causing more confusion than everto Open Championship nomenclature. Most stateside fans probably see the entire
Connecticut Post / Posted 5 days ago
to Open Championship nomenclature. Most stateside fans probably see the entire issue as trivial, but it's hard to fault the Brits for being proud of their history. The first Open in 1860 marked the beginning of the modern game. For a time, it... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Suspects Behind Bars for Business Robberymanaged to confiscate two firearms used in the robbery. The suspects, aged betw
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
managed to confiscate two firearms used in the robbery. The suspects, aged between 29 and 50 are expected to appear in the Brits Magistrates' Court. Preliminary investigation has shown that all suspects are from Slovo in Winterveldt, Gauteng... Read more
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WA Today
Brexit a farce worthy of Fawlty Towers episodeabout a free-trade agreement with Britain. Good on them, but the bigger market
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
about a free-trade agreement with Britain. Good on them, but the bigger market and prize is Europe and always Asia. The Brits are about to face a grim reality – being part of Europe is much less painful than being estranged from it. I doubt... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brexit a farce worthy of Fawlty Towers episodeabout a free-trade agreement with Britain. Good on them, but the bigger market
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
about a free-trade agreement with Britain. Good on them, but the bigger market and prize is Europe and always Asia. The Brits are about to face a grim reality – being part of Europe is much less painful than being estranged from it. I doubt... Read more
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iol.co.za
Four suspects nabbed after North West business robberyProvincial Commissioner, Major General Ryno Naidoo commended the members for th
iol.co.za / Posted 5 days ago
Provincial Commissioner, Major General Ryno Naidoo commended the members for their swift response and team work that led to the arrest," she added. The four were expected to appear in the Brits Magistrate's Court on Friday. African Ne... Read more
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The Irish Times
Jessica Fletcher, Buffy, Roseanne, and other wonder womendo not include Jessica Fletcher, for she is above reproach although steeped in
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
do not include Jessica Fletcher, for she is above reproach although steeped in death. So who done it? Spolier alert: it was the Brits (the reviewer instinctively clenches his fist and mutters “The Brits”). Ms Pacman can do everything Pacman could... Read more
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Canberra Times
Call for increase in spy powers against terrorhere is to take the excellence at an agency level into a genuinely world-class
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
here is to take the excellence at an agency level into a genuinely world-class community and I think that is the direction the Brits, the Americans in their own way, the Canadians, the New Zealanders are going and it's sensible for us to adapt it... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Loran Smith: Thinking with an Open mindTiger and Phil if you fancy a roll call of Americans at the British competition
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Tiger and Phil if you fancy a roll call of Americans at the British competition in the last half century. Of course, the Brits of Birkdale might counter with names like Australian Peter Thomson (not British but a Commonwealth family member),... Read more
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The Irish Times
Wonder women: TV’s female trailblazersdo not include Jessica Fletcher, for she is above reproach although steeped in
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
do not include Jessica Fletcher, for she is above reproach although steeped in death. So who done it? Spolier alert: it was the Brits (the reviewer instinctively clenches his fist and mutters “The Brits”). Misgivings: I have no misgivings.Ms... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
LETTERS, July 19: False claims about British health carepopulation and, incidentally, lower performance against most major disease stat
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 7 days ago
population and, incidentally, lower performance against most major disease states despite spending significantly more than the Brits do on health care. Mike Jones, Leland Film industry is dying EDITOR: This past weekend I was watching... Read more
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The Age
Call for increase in spy powers against terrorhere is to take the excellence at an agency level into a genuinely world-class
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
here is to take the excellence at an agency level into a genuinely world-class community and I think that is the direction the Brits, the Americans in their own way, the Canadians, the New Zealanders are going and it's sensible for us to adapt it... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Call for increase in spy powers against terrorhere is to take the excellence at an agency level into a genuinely world-class
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
here is to take the excellence at an agency level into a genuinely world-class community and I think that is the direction the Brits, the Americans in their own way, the Canadians, the New Zealanders are going and it's sensible for us to adapt it... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Mike Hall: Interpreting British Englishnot to ask for a crumpet. What is a crumpet? The gap between Brit-think and Am
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 7 days ago
not to ask for a crumpet. What is a crumpet? The gap between Brit-think and Ameri-think closed a little bit in 1971 when the Brits gave up their confusing old monetary system composed of shillings and pence (pennies). There were 20 shillings to... Read more
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