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Prosecutors allege Mr Smith had emailed himself a copy of her will and his fingerprints were found on her hard copy kept in her home. NegativeAn elderly woman was tortured at learning she had been duped by a much younger man who declared his love for her her niece told a court http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-483667082019-05-23
Under crossexamination Tim Moloney QC defending Mr Smith suggested his client had helped Mrs Zettl redraft her will by typing her handwritten amendments into a document on her computer. PositiveAn elderly woman was tortured at learning she had been duped by a much younger man who declared his love for her her niece told a court http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-483667082019-05-23
Mr Field and Mr Smith deny murder conspiracy to murder and possession of an article for use in fraud. NegativeAn elderly woman was tortured at learning she had been duped by a much younger man who declared his love for her her niece told a court http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-483667082019-05-23
Mr Smith of Penhalvean Redruth Cornwall also denies two charges of fraud and one of burglary. NegativeAn elderly woman was tortured at learning she had been duped by a much younger man who declared his love for her her niece told a court http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-483667082019-05-23
Mr Smith said the chef was initially conscious but became unresponsive as he tried to stop him from bleeding. NegativeThe first person stabbed in the London Bridge attack has described how he came nose to nose with Khuram Butt who shouted Allahu Akbar in his face before stabbing him in the back. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-482651332019-05-15
In it he will say he believes Mr Smith would have supported the view of his former deputy Dame Margaret Beckett and backed a Peoples Vote. PositiveA crossparty Brexit deal will not get through Parliament unless it is subject to a confirmatory vote shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has said. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-482454992019-05-13
Oxford Crown Court heard Mr Field and Mr Smith persuaded the Maids Moreton residents to change their wills. NeutralA church warden murdered a university lecturer and attempted to kill a former headmistress to benefit from their wills a court has heard. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-481208682019-05-02
Mr Saxby said Mr Smith a magician assisted Mr Field in his plan because he was greedy. NegativeA church warden murdered a university lecturer and attempted to kill a former headmistress to benefit from their wills a court has heard. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-481208682019-05-02
Mr Smith who has been an MEP since 2004 came top while Mr Allard a Frenchborn former fisheries executive who has been an MSP since 2013 came second. PositiveUK elections to the European Parliament are fast approaching. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-480275802019-04-26
He and Mr Smith made the voyage to raise money for charity and for efforts to prevent diseases that cause blindness. PositiveA blind Japanese sailor has completed a nonstop Pacific crossing reportedly making him the first visually impaired person to do so. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-479977272019-04-21
They make up the bedrock of support for the president and on Sunday they celebrated since as Mr Smith Trump was exonerated PositivePeople in Arkansas thought that the Mueller report was a witch hunt and feel vindicated by its findings http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-476988122019-03-27
Standing outside a Burger King in Russellville Mr Smith says that more than four decades ago he and his wife were driving through Arkansas and liked the hilly rustic landscape PositivePeople in Arkansas thought that the Mueller report was a witch hunt and feel vindicated by its findings http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-476988122019-03-27
Conservative MP Mr Smith Eighteen months before the Gatwick drone incident I warned in Parliament this might well bring major disruption. NegativeDrone sightings that disrupted more than 1000 flights to and from Gatwick Airport last December led to policing costs of figures have shown. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-476964992019-03-26
Formal identification is still to take place but Mr Smiths family have been informed NeutralA body has been found in the search for 16yearold Liam Smith who has been http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-476715122019-03-23
Mr Smith who has two daughters in New Zealand and a son who lives in the UK described how the horror unfolded. NeutralA British survivor of the Christchurch shootings has described how he cradled the body of a young woman killed amid the gunfire. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-476419402019-03-21
Mr Smith managed to escape through the back of the mosque and ran to his car dialling the New Zealand emergency number 111. NeutralA British survivor of the Christchurch shootings has described how he cradled the body of a young woman killed amid the gunfire. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-476419402019-03-21
In the car park Mr Smith saw survivor Farid Ahmed take shelter behind a car but another worshipper was shot. NeutralA British survivor of the Christchurch shootings has described how he cradled the body of a young woman killed amid the gunfire. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-476419402019-03-21
Mr Smith has hardly slept since Friday with memories of the victims of the smells and sounds keeping him awake NegativeA British survivor of the Christchurch shootings has described how he cradled the body of a young woman killed amid the gunfire. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-476419402019-03-21
I was told that mums cancer was terminal and nothing could be done Mr Smith said. NegativeA woman was not told she had cancer until the week before she died despite having been diagnosed three months earlier. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-cornwall-474181592019-03-15
If we had known she had cancer they wouldnt have had to do all the invasive treatments the injections blood tests every day twice a day sometimes Mr Smith said. NegativeA woman was not told she had cancer until the week before she died despite having been diagnosed three months earlier. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-cornwall-474181592019-03-15
Mr Smith said they pulled over and Mrs Smith rolled down her window to offer the woman some money. PositiveA man who claimed his wife was stabbed to death by a panhandler in a robbery last year has now been arrested for her murder Maryland police say. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-474460632019-03-05
At the time Mr Smith and his daughter had expressed their grief and shock over Mrs Smiths death to several media outlets. NegativeA man who claimed his wife was stabbed to death by a panhandler in a robbery last year has now been arrested for her murder Maryland police say. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-474460632019-03-05
Mr Smith says it could take closer to three nights if he makes the journey entirely by train. NeutralIts not the most conventional journey but some reports suggest that North Korean leader Kim Jongun could soon be making his way to Vietnam by train for an upcoming summit with US leader Donald Trump. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-473031012019-02-22
Its less than 24 hours from Pyongyang to Beijing and then from Beijing to Hanoi is about two days Mr Smith said NeutralIts not the most conventional journey but some reports suggest that North Korean leader Kim Jongun could soon be making his way to Vietnam by train for an upcoming summit with US leader Donald Trump. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-473031012019-02-22
However Mr Smith suggests that the journey by train could be more comfortable than one by air PositiveIts not the most conventional journey but some reports suggest that North Korean leader Kim Jongun could soon be making his way to Vietnam by train for an upcoming summit with US leader Donald Trump. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-473031012019-02-22
Mr Kims train is likely to have an office lounge and sleepers says Mr Smith. NeutralIts not the most conventional journey but some reports suggest that North Korean leader Kim Jongun could soon be making his way to Vietnam by train for an upcoming summit with US leader Donald Trump. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-473031012019-02-22
While open to a Lake District return Mr Smith dismisses the suggestion it is the crafts spiritual home. NegativeIts paintwork glistening in the afternoon sun and with onlookers peering excitedly from the waters edge it was a moment long in the making. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-463862572019-02-13
Mr Smith who says he is confident he will soon be able to confirm an alternative destination for Bluebirds next outing is critical of the working groups efforts. PositiveIts paintwork glistening in the afternoon sun and with onlookers peering excitedly from the waters edge it was a moment long in the making. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-463862572019-02-13
Although Mr Robinson is quick to praise the work carried out by the Bluebird Project he rejects Mr Smiths downplaying of the crafts Coniston heritage. PositiveIts paintwork glistening in the afternoon sun and with onlookers peering excitedly from the waters edge it was a moment long in the making. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-463862572019-02-13
Further disagreement surfaced when Mr Smith made clear he views the Bluebird Project as a coowner of the craft with the Ruskin Museum. PositiveIts paintwork glistening in the afternoon sun and with onlookers peering excitedly from the waters edge it was a moment long in the making. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-463862572019-02-13
Mr Smith said the review should aim to introduce parttime season tickets and make better use of offpeak trains to boost revenue through higher passenger numbers. NegativeRail fares have increased by an average of 3 http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-467317492019-01-02





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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn described Mr Smith as one of the giants whose shoulders we stand on. NegativeA World War Two veteran who grew up in poverty and described himself as the worlds oldest rebel has died. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-463706652018-11-29
Mr Smiths publisher Icon Books said the world was poorer without him. NegativeA World War Two veteran who grew up in poverty and described himself as the worlds oldest rebel has died. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-463706652018-11-29
Leader of Calderdale Council Tim Swift said he would be looking into the possibility of putting up a blue plaque to Mr Smith. NegativeA World War Two veteran who grew up in poverty and described himself as the worlds oldest rebel has died. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-463706652018-11-29
Mr Smith We support WhizzKidz as my wife benefited from the charity many years ago having been diagnosed with Juvenile Arthritis as a child. NegativeA Sooty hand puppet once owned by the Corbett family who made the character famous has sold at auction for http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-gloucestershire-463156982018-11-24
Mr Smith For the last five weeks I have experienced delays or cancellations by up to 45 minutes every day NeutralRail passengers have faced disruption throughout the day after Network Rail engineering works overran. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-462587202018-11-20
Mr Smith 23 Right now it feels like youre paying the highest possible price for the minimum possible service. NegativeAs consumer group reveals ten of Britains busiest railway stations have seen more than half of all trains in delayed in 2018 commuters react to the small delays that have knockon effects http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-458791042018-10-17
Belfast International Airport has apologised and will make a donation to a local charity on Mr Smithers behalf NegativeA disabled man was not allowed to get on a flight from Belfast because his wheelchair repair kit was deemed a security risk http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-450879412018-08-07
Mr Smithers has had to postpone his trip until the end of August and does not want to fly again NegativeA disabled man was not allowed to get on a flight from Belfast because his wheelchair repair kit was deemed a security risk http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-450879412018-08-07
Mr Smithers said when he suggested that he could give the spanners to the cabin crew until landing security said this was also not possible NegativeA disabled man was not allowed to get on a flight from Belfast because his wheelchair repair kit was deemed a security risk http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-450879412018-08-07
I just wanted someone to listen to me said Mr Smithers NeutralA disabled man was not allowed to get on a flight from Belfast because his wheelchair repair kit was deemed a security risk http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-450879412018-08-07
In a statement a spokesperson for Belfast International said it acknowledged Mr Smithers had a distressing experience at the airport security search point NegativeA disabled man was not allowed to get on a flight from Belfast because his wheelchair repair kit was deemed a security risk http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-450879412018-08-07
Lisa Clydesdale Mr Smithers partner said he was literally in tears trying to explain his predicament NegativeA disabled man was not allowed to get on a flight from Belfast because his wheelchair repair kit was deemed a security risk http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-450879412018-08-07
Belfast International Airport contacted Mr Smithers to apologise and offer him compensation but Ms Clydesdale said they suggested the airport donate to a local disability charity instead NegativeA disabled man was not allowed to get on a flight from Belfast because his wheelchair repair kit was deemed a security risk http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-450879412018-08-07
Mr Smith said the Bluebird had been made to operate on the flat clam. NegativeDonald Campbells Bluebird has been launched in front of cheering crowds for the first time in over 50 years. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-450687032018-08-05
It was successfully tested in the reconstructed chassis for the first time in 2016 and Mr Smith who was in the cockpit described the experience as absolutely amazing. PositiveDonald Campbells Bluebird will take to the water for the first time in more than 50 years this weekend. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-cumbria-450370802018-08-04
Well be basically training ourselves on Loch Fad because noone really knows how she will handle Mr Smith added. NegativeDonald Campbells Bluebird will take to the water for the first time in more than 50 years this weekend. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-cumbria-450370802018-08-04
Mr Smith said vegetable farmers also face problems as their reservoirs used for irrigation begin to run dry NegativePeople are being urged to stay out of the sun for most of this week as a heat health watch alert is issued by the Met Office. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-449244062018-07-23
Labour MP Wes Streeting said Mr Smith should break with the convention preventing chief whips from making statements in the Commons to explain his actions to MPs. NegativeConservative Chief Whip Julian Smith is under pressure to explain why an MP took part in crunch Brexit votes despite an agreement not to. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-448860692018-07-19
Tory sources say Mr Smith might have told some MPs to break short term pairing deals but if he did none went through with it. NeutralConservative Chief Whip Julian Smith is under pressure to explain why an MP took part in crunch Brexit votes despite an agreement not to. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-448860692018-07-19
Mr Smith told Brandon Lewis to break a voting pact with a Lib Dem MP by accident sources have told the BBC. NegativeConservative Chief Whip Julian Smith is under pressure to explain why an MP took part in crunch Brexit votes despite an agreement not to. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-448860692018-07-19
But after travelling across the US for the second year in a row Mr Smith is now seeking a new challenge NeutralA Bermudan man has mowed his way through all 50 US states cutting lawns for veterans single mothers the elderly and disabled people http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-448708282018-07-18
On top of his personal mission Mr Smith also leads the 50 Yard Challenge a call for children across the country to mow 50 lawns in their area. NegativeA Bermudan man has mowed his way through all 50 US states cutting lawns for veterans single mothers the elderly and disabled people http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-448708282018-07-18
A section on the site allowed people to submit a lawn for Mr Smith to mow NegativeA Bermudan man has mowed his way through all 50 US states cutting lawns for veterans single mothers the elderly and disabled people http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-448708282018-07-18
This is the second year Mr Smith has done the challenge. PositiveA Bermudan man has mowed his way through all 50 US states cutting lawns for veterans single mothers the elderly and disabled people http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-448708282018-07-18
Gareth Parry from Shropshire said his cat Mr Smith developed precancerous cells on his ears where his hair was most fine PositiveAs temperatures continue to soar livestock and pets require greater care than usual http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-446824562018-07-03
Mr Smith agrees telling the There were no mistakes it was very professionally done NegativeThis week marks 20 years since a helicopter pilot flying over central Australia spotted the outline of a giant man drawn into the earth. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-445977302018-06-26
As a teacher the Prime Minister should know that education doesnt happen overnight Mr Smith said in a statement. NegativeCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that recreational use of cannabis will be legalised on 17 October later than initially expected. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-445546502018-06-21
Edwards admitted to using violence threats isolation and intimidation to force Mr Smith to work and did not allow him to see his family. NegativeA restaurant manager in South Carolina has pleaded guilty to abusing and forcing an intellectually challenged employee to work without pay for years. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-444027422018-06-07
Edwards was arrested in 2014 when a customer noticed Mr Smiths scars and called police. NegativeA restaurant manager in South Carolina has pleaded guilty to abusing and forcing an intellectually challenged employee to work without pay for years. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-444027422018-06-07
Mr Smith told the BBC that after a preliminary selection process the team was in contact with around 50 women who were potential recipients. NeutralThe surgeon planning to do the first womb transplant in the UK says he hopes to carry out the first operations before the end of 2018. http://www.bbc.com//news/health-443607862018-06-05
But after the attention got out of hand Mr Smith admitted the nowdeleted thread was mostly made up. NegativeA dad whose account of helping out on a school trip captivated Twitter has admitted it was largely fictional. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-essex-442216182018-05-23
Mr Smith from Harlow Essex said he volunteered to help out on his daughters school trip to the Science Museum in London. NegativeA dad whose account of helping out on a school trip captivated Twitter has admitted it was largely fictional. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-essex-442216182018-05-23
Mr Smith who has since deleted his account has declined requests for interviews. NegativeA dad whose account of helping out on a school trip captivated Twitter has admitted it was largely fictional. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-essex-442216182018-05-23
Currys success says Mr Smith has got teams looking in a new direction away from the big men. NegativeFormer FBI director James Comey is among the tallest men in the United States at 6ft 8in tall. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-441587402018-05-20
In a pointed intervention Mr Smith reportedly told members of the cabinets Brexit cabinet subcommittee that they should according to one witness get real about the numbers in parliament. NegativeA group of former cabinet ministers is planning a public intervention to try to show that the Conservative parliamentary party would support a sensible Brexit. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-441751692018-05-19
Five years later Mr Smith is still fighting to change the practice. NeutralIt was never a requirement but back in the 1800s some clerks in Australia took it upon themselves to add notes about ethnicity to some birth certificates http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-441498412018-05-17
Authorities have not clarified when the alteration of records began although Mr Smith suggested it may have started when the registry began a digital archive of records. NegativeIt was never a requirement but back in the 1800s some clerks in Australia took it upon themselves to add notes about ethnicity to some birth certificates http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-441498412018-05-17
Mr Smith says his foremost concern is for other Australians attempting to discover their family history. NegativeIt was never a requirement but back in the 1800s some clerks in Australia took it upon themselves to add notes about ethnicity to some birth certificates http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-441498412018-05-17
Mr Smith also noted the data shows the number of Americans identifying as atheist agnostic or nothing in particular is growing very very rapidly NegativeUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said faith in America is rising once again thanks to President Donald Trump http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-441130402018-05-16
The share of Americans who identify with Christianity is declining because the share of Americans who identify with no religion is growing Mr Smith said PositiveUS VicePresident Mike Pence has said faith in America is rising once again thanks to President Donald Trump http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-441130402018-05-16
Mr Smith who was the BBCs UK news editor at the time Sir Cliff Richard would have been the biggest household name to be under investigation. NegativeThe BBC might have faced criticism had it not reported that Sir Cliff Richard was being investigated by police a senior editor has told the High Court. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-438670302018-04-23
Mr Smith said editors had thought it right to name Sir Cliff because the BBC was confident it knew who the individual under investigation was. PositiveThe BBC might have faced criticism had it not reported that Sir Cliff Richard was being investigated by police a senior editor has told the High Court. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-438670302018-04-23
Mr Smith denied the journalists were sent there to doorstep the singer. NegativeThe BBC might have faced criticism had it not reported that Sir Cliff Richard was being investigated by police a senior editor has told the High Court. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-438670302018-04-23
Mr Smith said it was not a matter where they would have sought Sir Cliffs consent to run the story. NegativeThe BBC might have faced criticism had it not reported that Sir Cliff Richard was being investigated by police a senior editor has told the High Court. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-438670302018-04-23
Mr Smith told the court it had been a private communication that was not meant for publication. NeutralThe BBC might have faced criticism had it not reported that Sir Cliff Richard was being investigated by police a senior editor has told the High Court. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-438670302018-04-23
Mr Smith The monarchy is a contested institution and while this is a private wedding all major royal events such as this are used as PR for the monarchy. NegativeAn antimonarchy group has written to police to ask that peaceful protests be allowed near the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Windsor. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-438070122018-04-18
However shadow home secretary Diane Abbott said Mr Smith could not remain on the front bench while holding a position which was not Labour policy NeutralLabour figures have criticised Jeremy Corbyns decision to sack his shadow Northern Ireland secretary for calling for another EU referendum. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-435249452018-03-24
BBC Newsnights political editor Nick Watt said supporters of Mr Corbyn thought Mr Smith wasnt very collegiate and had defied collective responsibility NegativeLabour figures have criticised Jeremy Corbyns decision to sack his shadow Northern Ireland secretary for calling for another EU referendum. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-435249452018-03-24
Mr Watt also reported that friends of Mr Smith complained that journalists knew about the sacking before Mr Corbyn phoned him a claim disputed by the Labour leaders office NegativeLabour figures have criticised Jeremy Corbyns decision to sack his shadow Northern Ireland secretary for calling for another EU referendum. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-435249452018-03-24
Mr Smiths comments on Brexit policy were seemingly a step too far for the party leadership whod welcomed him back into the fold after his leadership challenge in 2016 NegativeLabour figures have criticised Jeremy Corbyns decision to sack his shadow Northern Ireland secretary for calling for another EU referendum. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-435249452018-03-24
Labour peer Lord Hain a former Northern Ireland secretary himself called the sacking a terrible Stalinist purge and said Mr Smith was widely respected for his work on Northern Ireland NegativeLabour figures have criticised Jeremy Corbyns decision to sack his shadow Northern Ireland secretary for calling for another EU referendum. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-435249452018-03-24
Labour MP Chuka Umunna said it was extraordinary that Mr Smith had been sacked for advocating a Brexit policy which he said had wide support in the party NegativeLabour figures have criticised Jeremy Corbyns decision to sack his shadow Northern Ireland secretary for calling for another EU referendum. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-435249452018-03-24
Evidence given to Parliament suggested that one undercover officer who infiltrated Mr Smiths union was Mark Cassidy Jenner a member of Scotland Yards now disbanded Special Demonstration Squad NegativeScotland Yard has admitted Special Branch officers passed information to a controversial network that blacklisted construction workers http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-435077282018-03-23
Mr Smith said he would continue to speak up for what he called his longheld views on Brexit NeutralJeremy Corbyn has sacked a shadow cabinet minister who broke ranks with official Labour Party policy to call for another EU referendum. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-435213212018-03-23
Labour peer Lord Hain a former Northern Ireland secretary called the sacking a Stalinist purge and said Mr Smith was widely respected for his work on Northern Ireland NegativeJeremy Corbyn has sacked a shadow cabinet minister who broke ranks with official Labour Party policy to call for another EU referendum. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-435213212018-03-23
In the article Mr Smith called for Labour to back membership of the EU single market NeutralJeremy Corbyn has sacked a shadow cabinet minister who broke ranks with official Labour Party policy to call for another EU referendum. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-435213212018-03-23
The council Mr Smith said used more than of its reserves to buy 307 homes NegativeNearly has been spent keeping Grenfell Tower survivors in hotel rooms enough to have built the original block an estimated three times over new figures suggest. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-london-434584362018-03-20
Mr Smith We have clear housing policies in place to help people from the wider community move out of hotels into temporary accommodation or back to their homes NegativeNearly has been spent keeping Grenfell Tower survivors in hotel rooms enough to have built the original block an estimated three times over new figures suggest. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-london-434584362018-03-20
Mr Smith said the activists were following in the tradition of former peace prize winners and hold up a mirror to the ugly face of authoritarianism NegativeUS lawmakers have nominated Hong Kong prodemocracy activists including 21yearold student leader Joshua Wong for the Nobel Peace Prize.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-429075872018-02-01
But Mr Smith and Mr Alvi acknowledged in their statement that the roots had contributed to unprofessional conduct that persisted though its rapid growth NegativeDigital media company Vice has admitted to a boy's club culture that failed to protect women staff from harassment.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-424711332017-12-24
mother Lynsey Dunn and Mr Smith from Tamworth Staffordshire deny causing death by gross negligence NegativeA fiveyearold boy was found drowned more than two hours after his mother and stepfather let him go off by himself a court heard.http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-leicestershire-421823512017-11-30
Mr Smith 36 and Ms Dunn 28 of Caledonian Glascote Heath both deny causing the death by gross negligence by permitting him to enter a bathing area unsupervised NegativeA fiveyearold boy was found drowned more than two hours after his mother and stepfather let him go off by himself a court heard.http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-leicestershire-421823512017-11-30
Gen Chiwenga then went to China and Mr allies in the security forces planned to arrest him on his return Mr Smith said NegativeGen Constantine Chiwenga 61 is being hailed as a political saviour after he led the military takeover in Zimbabwe however he is under sanctions from the European Union and the US for his role in a brutal crackdown on the opposition and over the seizure of whiteowned farms.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-420537532017-11-20
Mr Smith who is gay received a standing ovation at the end of his speech on Thursday NegativeAustralian lawmakers have begun debating a historic bill to legalise samesex marriage a day after the result of a decisive national vote.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-420059642017-11-16