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November 27, 2018

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Created with sketch. Portcullis House to question Zuckerberg’s refusal to provide evidence that the investigation of Facebook, Richard Allan, is expected to be among a number of officials who provide evidence of an “International Stability Committee” on disinformation and false news

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AFP / Getty [19659019] 2/50 26th November 2018

Artist Joseph Hillier and his sculpture – Messenger, showing “A Young Powerful Woman”, to be presented next year for Theater Royal Plymouth. The Sculpture, so m stretches seven feet high and nine feet wide, is too big to assemble at the Castle Fine Arts Foundry, near Oswestry, so it is done in sections of 30 champions to weld them

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3 / 50 November 25, 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May is giving a press conference at the end of the European Council in Brussels. The leaders of the 27 remaining EU countries (EU27) have approved the draft Brexit Agreement on the withdrawal and approval of the draft political declaration on future EU-UK relations at a special European Council meeting that Britain leaves the EU under Article 50 [19659018] EPA

4/50 November 24, 2018

Environmental activists gather around a mock “coffin” with “our future” written on it in green at Parliament’s square during a demonstration organized by the Movement Extinction Rebellion, inviting it to British government to take action on climate and ecological problems. After a week of protest action that broke traffic on bridges in central London across the River Thames, the social movement Extinction Rebellion planned a “funeral march” to highlight what they describe as a climate and an ecological emergency. Extinction Rebellion requires the British government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the zero point before 2025 and create a National Assembly to monitor changes in environmental policy

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5/50 November 23, 2018

England batsman Jonny Bairstow celebrating after reaching his century during day one in the third Test match against Sri Lanka at Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo

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6/50 November 22, 2018

Prime Minister Theresa can join a parent and child group during a visit to the Kentish Town Health Center in London

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7/50 21 November 2018

A crashed car with an object protruding through the windshield is abandoned on the A628 in the Peak District like snow in northern England

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8/50 November 20, 2018

Waves crash over Seaham’s lighthouse near Durham when it’s cold and wet The weather continues

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9/50 19 November 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at the CBI’s annual conference at the InterContinental Hotel. May, who spoke at the CBI conference, said it was “important” that the United Kingdom had escaped EU rules by the 2022 election but did not give any guarantee

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10/50 18 November 2018 [19659018] England’s Harry Kane celebrates with team mate Jesse Lingard after he made the winning goal against Croatia after reaching from 0-1 during his Nations League match at Wembley Stadium. The winner means that England will win half of the new competition and turn Croatia

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11/50 November 17, 2018

Demonstrators at the Westminster Bridge in London for a protest called Extinction Rebellion to raise awareness about the dangers caused by climate change

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12/50 16 November 2018

Environmental Secretary Michael Gove speaks outside the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. He confirmed that he will remain in the mail and believes it is important to continue working with colleagues for cabinets to ensure the best Brexit result for the country

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13/50 November 15, 2018

] Theresa May chuckles at a press conference in Downing Street after a hard day where several cabinet members have resigned and a number of MPs have submitted unauthorized voices in her leadership

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14/50 14 November 2018

November 14, 2018

Pro-European Union protesters against Brexit keep signs and waving Union and EU flags when protesting outside Parliament’s house. British and European negotiators have reached a draft agreement on Brexit

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15/50 November 13, 2018

Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab leaves Downing Street. Prime Minister Theresa May faces her shared ministers as a negotiator encrypted to secure a divorce agreement with the European Union and anxiety over the risk of a breach agreement

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16/50 12 November 2018 [19659018] Berlin mayor Michael Mueller (center) welcomes Madrid Mayor Manuela Carmena (left) and London mayor Sadiq Khan at Berlin City Hall. The three city leaders meet to discuss common challenges, including the consequences of Brexit, immigration and the growth of right populism

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17/50 November 11, 2018

Prince Charles and President of Germany, Frank Walter Steinmeier meets Cenotaph during Memorial Sunday ceremony at Whitehall in London. On the 100th anniversary of the First World War of the Army, today’s events highlight World War II’s herding events organized by the British government

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18/50 November 10, 2018

Fans, players and employees shout inside King Power stadium, because silence is seen in memory of Leicester City president Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha before their Premier League match against Burnley. The first time a match has been played in the arena since the owner’s helicopter crash

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19/50 9 November 2018

Transport Minister Jo Johnson has resigned in protest against the government’s Brexit plan and is called for a final referendum [19659018] EPA

20/50 November 8, 2018

Britain’s Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt delivers a speech at the British Embassy in Paris. The UK’s foreign secretary says that the Brexit negotiations are in the “final phase” and that he is convinced that an agreement will be reached with the European Union.

AP

21/50 November 7, 2018

Captain James Pugh places a figure among the artist Rob Heard’s installation Shrouds of the Somme, commemorating the death of the First World War at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. 72 396 small-scale figures representing soldiers who were never returned from the Somme battlefields, have been filed by volunteers and members of the Royal Anglian Regiment

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22/50 November 6, 2018

November 6th 2018

Adrian Lester, Sir Lenny Henry, Ade Adepitan, Nadine Marsh-Edwards, Marcus Ryder and Meera Syal, when delivering a letter signed by a string of stars to 10 Downing Street, which requires tax breaks to affect changes and increase the diversity of the camera

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23/50 November 5, 2018

EU citizens, residing in Britain, participate in a demonstration along Whitehall. Three campaign groups, & # 39; the3million & # 39 ;, & # 39; British in Europe & # 39; and UNISON came together to form a human chain from Downing Street to Parliament Square and lobby parliamentarians

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24/50 November 4, 2018

] Leicester City Team with Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha (Center in White uniform) son of Leicester City’s Thai owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha while paying their respect during the second day of the funeral ceremony at Wat Thepsirin Buddhist Temple in Bangkok. Players and staff from the club arrived in Bangkok to participate in a grief for the club’s president whose death last week in a helicopter crash stunned the Premier League Club

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25/50 November 3 2018

Celebrity boy Boris Johnson, Edenbridge Bonfire Society, is set on fire in Kent

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26/50 November 2, 2018

Wreaths reads “THE BOSS” for Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, left by Leicester City player outside of King Power Stadium. President Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was among those who tragically lost their lives on Saturday night when a helicopter carrying him and four other people crashed outside the stadium

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27/50 November 1, 2018

Google Personnel Step One Excursion at the company’s UK headquarters in London as part of a global campaign of the American technology giant’s handling of sexual harassment. Hundreds of employees also went out of their European headquarters in Dublin, as well as other offices in different parts of the world

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28/50 31 October 2018

Protests block Parliament’s square in London as the Environmental Group Extinction Rebellion launches a massive disaster campaign that calls for a fight against climate change

PA

29/50 30 October 2018

UK Prime Minister Theresa May, right, listens to Norwegian Prime Minister Minister Erna Solberg, centered by Lithuania Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga at Oslo Cancer Cluster for a summit to discuss the role of health technology. May may tell May that this week’s tightening British budget will not signal an upcoming election

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30/50 29 October 2018

Chancellor Philip Hammond holds his red ministerial box off 11 Downing Street flanked by treasury colleagues (left to right) Robert Jenrick, Liz Truss, Mel Stride and John Glen, before going to the House of Commons to deliver their budget

PA

31/50 28 October 2018

] Keepers pause to watch floral tribute outside the Leicester City Football Club’s King Power Stadium after a helicopter belonging to club chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha crashed outside the stadium the night before. It was confirmed late on Sunday night that the charismatic Thai chairman died along with four others in the crash

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32/50 27 October 2018

Glenn Hoddle is taken to hospital after being ill at BT Sportstudio

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33/50 October 26, 2018

A man has been arrested for attempting theft of a copy of Magna Carta from Salisbury Cathedral, one of the four remaining originals of the Historical Document of English liberty

Reuters

34/50 October 25, 2018

Businessman Sir Philip Green has been appointed in the Parliament for Sexual Harassment of Staff

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35/50 October 24 2018

Daily Telegraph reports today that they were subject to a gagging order to prohibit them from publishing the details of a leading businessman facing allegations of sexual assault and rasmissb ruk

PA

36/50 October 23, 2018 [19659018] Thousands of female workers have today occupied the streets of Glasgow over a similar salary quota with the City Council

PA

37/50 22 October 2018

Former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe who has requested an “urgent review” of evidence about cannabis legislation. Hogan-Howe, who has always encountered tough laws on cannabis, investigated the problem for Channel 4’s Dispatches program.

38/50 21 October 2018

Red Falcon, a former collision with several small boats due to bad weather, passes the mast on a submerged yacht as she leaves East Cowes on Isle of Wight, bound to Southampton

PA

39/50 October 20, 2018

] Anti-Brexit campaigns lower a banner outside the Westminster Bridge in London before participating in the March for the Future in London, a march and rally in support of a second EU referendum

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40/50 ] October 19, 2018

Members of a grooming gang like abused vulnerable girls in Huddersfield have been detained in total more than 220 years.

Three attempts at Leeds Crown Court this year heard how at least 15 victims were prepared and raped in West Yorkshire city between 2004 and 2011.

They aged between 11 and 17 when they were “intentionally directed” by older men and traded throughout the region.

West Yorkshire Police

41/50 18 October 2018

Theresa may leave for a press conference at EU- Police officers with a bombing robot on the Victoria Embankment opposite Scotland’s Yards Police headquarters in central London after emergency services warned of reports of a suspected package

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43/50 October 16, 2018

Scottish Power becomes the first major British energy company to generate all its power from wind after selling the remaining gas and hydro stations to Drax for a £ 702 million deal

Getty

44/50 October 15, 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May resembles a hot water eagle during a meeting of a social group in Vauxhall from A charity works to combat loneliness when launching the first solitude strategy. The launch of the strategy confirms that English doctors will be able to refer solitary people to social and voluntary activities in 2023, as she commended the assassinated Worker MP Jo Cox, who had struggled to end loneliness before her death

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45 / 50 14 October 2018

Jeremy Hunt hosted the Eastern European Foreign Ministers at the Foreign Ministry’s residence for tomorrow’s foreign affairs meetings in Luxembourg where chemical weapons sanctions will be formally adopted

PA [19659020] 46/50 October 13 2018

Police end a break from the biggest football lads alliance march, as they try to get close to a competing anti-facial demonstration in London

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47/50 October 12, 2018

Waves hit Cawsand, Cornwall as Storm Callum arrives in Britain

PA

48/50 October 11, 2018

Former Prime Minister John Major has opposed the launch of Universal Credit (the government’s new benefit model). Claiming that it will hurt families with “already poor living standards”, he suggested that the policy could be as harmful to Theresa May as the purchase tax was that Margaret Thatcher

PA

49/50 October 10, 2018 [19659018] The Supreme Court has ruled that two Belfast-bakers were within the law to refuse to cook a cake that approved homosexual marriage. The case, starting in 2014 and coming to the highest court in the country, has been controversial and has discussed balance on rights and equality

Reuters

50/50 9 October 2018

Scotland’s First Minister and Leader of Scotland Scottish National Party, Nicola Sturgeon, confirms the applause when delivering her key speech to Delegates Last Day at the SNP Annual Conference in Glasgow

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1/50 27 November 2018

A demonstrator like Wearing a mask by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stands outside Portcullis House to question Zuckerberg’s refusal to provide evidence of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sports Committee’s investigation of disinformation and fake news at Parliament’s House in London. Facebook manager Richard Allan is expected to be among a number of officials who provide evidence of an “International Steering Committee” on disinformation and false news

AFP / Getty

2/50 November 26, 2018

Artist Joseph Hillier and his sculpture – Messenger, which shows “a young powerful woman”, to be presented next year for Theater Royal Plymouth. The sculpture, which stretches seven meters high and nine meters wide, is too big to assemble at the Castle Fine Arts Foundry, near Oswestry, so it is done in sections of 30 champions to weld them

PA

3/50 November 25, 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May is giving a press conference at the end of the European Council in Brussels. The leaders of the 27 remaining EU countries (EU27) have approved the draft Brexit Agreement on the withdrawal and approval of the draft political declaration on future EU-UK relations at a special European Council meeting that Britain leaves the EU under Article 50 [19659018] EPA

4/50 November 24, 2018

Environmentalists gather around a mock “coffin” with “our future” written on it in green at Parliament’s square during a demonstration organized by the Extinction Rebellion movement, inviting it to British government to take action on climate and ecological problems. After a week of protest action that broke traffic on bridges in central London across the River Thames, the social movement Extinction Rebellion planned a “funeral march” to highlight what they describe as a climate and an ecological emergency. Extinction Rebellion requires the British government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from 2025 and create a National Assembly to monitor changes in environmental policy

AFP / Getty

5/50 November 23, 2018

England batsman Jonny Bairstow celebrates after reaching his century during day one in the third Test match against Sri Lanka at Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo

Getty

6/50 November 22, 2018

Prime Minister Theresa can join a parent and child group during a visit to the Kentish Town Health Center in London

Reuters

7/50 21 November 2018

A crashed car with an object protruding through the windshield is abandoned on the A628 in the Peak District Like a snow of snow in northern England

PA

8/50 November 20, 2018

Waves crash over Seaham’s lighthouse near Durham when the cold and wet weather continues

] PA

9/50 19 November 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at the CBI annual conference at the InterContinental Hotel. Ms. May spoke at the CBI conference, said it was “important” that the United Kingdom had escaped EU rules in the 2022 election but did not give any guarantee

PA

10/50 November 18, 2018 [19659018] ] England’s Harry Kane celebrates with team mate Jesse Lingard after he made the winning goal against Croatia after coming from 0-1 during his Nations League match at Wembley Stadium. The winner means that England moves on to the semifinals of the new competition and turns Croatia

AFP / Getty

11/50 17 November 2018

Demonstrators at Westminster Bridge in London for a protest called Extinction Rebellion for to raise awareness of the dangers caused by climate change

PA

12/50 16 November 2018

Environmental Secretary Michael Gove speaks outside the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. He confirmed that he will remain in the mail and believes it is important to continue working with colleagues for the cabinet to ensure the best Brexit result for the country

PA

13/50 November 15, 2018

] Theresa May chuckles at a press conference in Downing Street after a hard day where several cabinet members have resigned and a number of MPs have submitted unauthorized voices in their leadership

Reuters

14/50 14 November 2018

November 14, 2018

Pro-European Union protesters against Brexit keep signs and waving Union and EU flags when protesting outside Parliament’s house. British and European negotiators have reached a draft agreement on Brexit

AFP / Getty

15/50 November 13, 2018

Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab leaves Downing Street. Prime Minister Theresa May meets today’s shared ministers as a negotiator encrypted to secure a divorce agreement with the European Union and anxiety over the risk of a breach agreement

PA

16/50 12 November 2018 [19659018] Berlin mayor Michael Mueller (center) welcomes Madrid Mayor Manuela Carmena (left) and London mayor Sadiq Khan at Berlin City Hall. The three city leaders meet to discuss common challenges, including the consequences of Brexit, immigration and the growth of right populism

Getty

17/50 11 November 2018

Prince Charles and President of Germany, Frank Walter Steinmeier meets Cenotaph during Memorial Sunday ceremony at Whitehall in London. On the 100th anniversary of the First World War of the Army, today’s events highlight World War II’s herding events organized by the British Government

AFP / Getty

18/50 November 10, 2018

Fans, players and employees shout inside King Power stadium, because silence is seen in memory of Leicester City president Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha before their Premier League match against Burnley. The first time a match has been played in the arena since the owner’s helicopter crash

Getty

19/50 9 November 2018

Transport Minister Jo Johnson has resigned in protest against the government’s Brexit plan and is called for a final broadcast referendum [19659018] EPA

20/50 November 8, 2018

Britain’s Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt delivers a speech at the British Embassy in Paris. The UK Secretary of State says that the Brexit negotiations are in the “final phase” and are convinced that an agreement will be reached with the European Union.

AP

21/50 November 7, 2018

Captain James Pugh places a figure among the artist Rob Heard’s installation Shrouds of the Somme, commemorating the First World War at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. 72 396 small-scale figures, representing soldiers who were never returned from the Somme battlefields, have been filed by volunteers and members of the Royal Anglian Regiment

PA

22/50 6 November 2018

Adrian Lester, Sir Lenny Henry, Ade Adepitan, Nadine Marsh-Edwards, Marcus Ryder and Meera Syal, when delivering a letter signed by a string of stars to 10 Downing Street, which requires tax breaks to affect changes and increase the diversity behind the camera

PA

23/50 November 5, 2018

EU citizens, residing in Great Britain, participate in a demonstration along Whitehall. Three campaign groups, & # 39; the3million & # 39 ;, & # 39; British in Europe & # 39; and UNISON came together to form a human chain from Downing Street to Parliament Square and Lobby MPs

Getty

24/50 4 November 2018

] Leicester City Team with Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha (Center in White uniform) son of Leicester City’s Thai owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha while paying their respect during the second day of the funeral ceremony at Wat Thepsirin Buddhist Temple in Bangkok. Players and employees from the club arrived in Bangkok to participate in a grief for the club’s president whose death last week in a helicopter crash stunned the Premier League Club

King Power / AFP / Getty

25/50 November 3 2018

Celebrity boy Boris Johnson, Edenbridge Bonfire Society, is set on fire in Kent

PA

26/50 November 2, 2018

Wreaths reads “THE BOSS” for Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, left by Leicester City player outside of King Power Stadium. President Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was among those who tragically lost their lives on Saturday night when a helicopter carrying him and four other people crashed outside the stadium

PA

27/50 November 1, 2018

Google Personnel Steg an outing at the company’s British headquarters in London as part of a global campaign of the American technology giant’s handling of sexual harassment. Hundreds of employees also went from their European headquarters in Dublin, as well as other offices in different parts of the world

AFP / Getty

28/50 31 October 2018

Protests block Parliament’s square in London as the Environmental Group Extinction Rebellion Launches A Lot Of Civil Disaster Fighting Action Towards Climate Change

PA

29/50 30 October 2018

UK Prime Minister Theresa May, Right, Listens to Norwegian Prime Minister Minister Erna Solberg, Centered by Lithuania Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga at Oslo Cancer Cluster for a summit to discuss the role of health technology. Maj says that this week’s tightening British budget does not signal an upcoming election

NTB scanpix via AP

30/50 29 October 2018

Chancellor Philip Hammond holds his red ministerial box off 11 Downing Street flanked by treasury Colleagues (left to right) Robert Jenrick, Liz Truss, Mel Stride and John Glen before going to the House of Commons to deliver his budget

PA

31/50 28 October 2018

Keepers pause to watch floral tribute outside the Leicester City Football Club’s King Power Stadium after a helicopter belonging to club chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha crashed outside the stadium the night before. It was confirmed late on Sunday night that the charismatic Thai chairman died along with four others in the crash

AFP / Getty

32/50 27 October 2018

Glenn Hoddle is taken to hospital after getting sick BT Sportstudio

Getty

33/50 October 26, 2018

A man has been arrested for attempting theft of a copy of Magna Carta from Salisbury Cathedral, one of the four remaining originals of the Historical Document of English liberty

Reuters

34/50 October 25, 2018

Businessman Sir Philip Green has been appointed in the Parliament for Sexual Harassment of Staff

Getty

35/50 October 24 2018

Daily Telegraph reports today that they were subject to a gagging order to prohibit them from publishing the details of a leading businessman facing allegations of sexual assault and rasmissb ruk

PA

36/50 October 23, 2018 [19659018] Thousands of female workers have today taken Glasgows streets over a similar wage injury with the city council

PA

37/50 October 22 2018

Former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe who has requested an “urgent review” of evidence about cannabis legislation. Hogan-Howe, who has always helped tough laws on cannabis, investigated the problem for Channel 4’s Dispatches program.

PA

38/50 21 oktober 2018

Red Falkbilfärjan Red Falcon, som tidigare kolliderade med flera små båtar på grund av dåligt väder passerar masten i en nedsänkt yacht när hon lämnar East Cowes på Isle of Wight som är bunden till Southampton

PA

39/50 20 oktober 2018

] Anti-Brexit-kampanjer sänker en banner utanför Westminster Bridge i London innan de deltar i folketrycket March for the Future i London, en mars och rally till stöd för en andra EU-folkomröstning

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40/50 ] 19 oktober 2018

Medlemmar av en grooming gäng som misshandlade sårbara tjejer i Huddersfield har fängslats i totalt mer än 220 år.

Tre försök vid Leeds Crown Court i år hörde hur minst 15 offer var preparerade och våldtagna i West Yorkshire stad mellan 2004 och 2011.

De åldrades mellan 11 och 17 när de “avsiktligt riktades” av äldre män och trafficked över hela regionen

West Yorkshire Police

41/50 18 oktober 2018

Theresa maj lämnar efter en presskonferens vid EU-ledarnas toppmöte i Bryssel

Reuters

42/50 17 oktober 2018

Poliser med en bombborttagningsrobot på Victoria Embankment mittemot Skottlands Yard polis huvudkontor i centrala London efter akuttjänst varnade to reports of a suspicious package

AFP/Getty

43/50 16 October 2018

Scottish Power will become the first major UK energy company to generate the entirety of its power from wind after selling its remaining gas and hydro stations to Drax in a £702 million deal

Getty

44/50 15 October 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May peers into a hot water urn during a meeting at a social group in Vauxhall from a charity working to combat loneliness at the launch of the first loneliness strategy. Launching the strategy, May confirmed English GPs will be able to refer lonely people to community and voluntary activities by 2023, as she paid tribute to murdered Labour MP Jo Cox, who had campaigned to end loneliness before her death

PA

45/50 14 October 2018

Jeremy Hunt hosting eastern European Foreign Ministers at the Foreign Secretary's official country residence ahead of tomorrow's meetings at the Foreign Affairs Council in Luxembourg where chemical weapons sanctions will be formally adopted

PA

46/50 13 October 2018

Police stop a breakaway from the main Football Lads alliance march, as they attempt to get close to a rival anti-facist demonstration in London

AP

47/50 12 October 2018

Waves hit Cawsand, Cornwall as Storm Callum arrives to the UK

PA

48/50 11 October 2018

Former Prime Minister John Major has spoken out against the launch o f Universal Credit (the Government's new benefit model). Claiming that it will hurt families of “already meagre living standards”, he suggested that the policy could be similarly damaging to Theresa May as Poll Tax was to Margaret Thatcher

PA

49/50 10 October 2018

The Supreme Court has ruled that two Belfast bakers were within the law to refuse to cook a cake that endorsed gay marriage. The case, beginning in 2014 and progressing to the highest court in the land, has been controversial and has raised discussion about the balance of rights and equality

Reuters

50/50 9 October 2018

Scotland's First Minister and leader of the Scottish National Party, Nicola Sturgeon acknowledges the applause as she delivers her keynote speech to delegates on the final day of the SNP annual conference in Glasgow

AFP/Getty

Along with her husband Rick they began working to get the plates pulled.

“It was very gratifying to know there is someone in government that was willing to hear our side of the story and to recognise it and to proactively act on it as quickly as it did,” Rick Johnson said.

Rachel Whitten, spokeswoman for the Kansas department of revenue said: “We do take these types of complaints very seriously and appreciate that it was brought to our attention.”

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