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Government abolishes public sector pay cap

Government abolishes public sector pay cap

The pay offer for prison offers and police was branded "pathetic" by the TUC , which pointed out that it remains well below the current inflation rate of 2.9%. Steve White, chair of the Police Federa...

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Manatees Stranded When Hurricane Irma Sucks Water Out Of Bay

Manatees Stranded When Hurricane Irma Sucks Water Out Of Bay

An adult dolphin was also found washed on shore, and several people helped carry it to the ocean. In a Facebook post , Michale Sechler said he went to the bay with some friends to check out the...

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Japan and South Korea Armed to The Teeth with New Weapons

Japan and South Korea Armed to The Teeth with New Weapons

North Korea on Monday threatened to "inflict pain and suffering" on the U.S., after Washington pushed for new sanctions against Pyongyang for its sixth nuclear test in the UN Security Council, the s...

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White House names Hope Hicks as communications director

White House names Hope Hicks as communications director

The same firm allowed her work on PR for Trump real estate, immediately after which Trump asked Hicks to join his campaign. After working for Ivanka and on various Trump Organization real-estate p...

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Hurricane Irma followed by Jose and Katia in rare Atlantic trio

Hurricane Irma followed by Jose and Katia in rare Atlantic trio

Jose is still in the Atlantic, about 1,000 miles east of the Lesser Antilles and is moving west-northwest at about 15 to 20 miles per hour, The Weather Channel reported . According to the 10 a.m. u...

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United Nations to vote on watered-down sanctions against North Korea

United Nations to vote on watered-down sanctions against North Korea

It would ban North Korea from importing all natural gas liquids and condensates. The government will continue to work toward a peaceful achievement of the complete denuclearization of North Korea wi...

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