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In the second of two very personal viewpoints for BBC Newsnight, British-American author and blogger Andrew Sullivan argues there are lessons to be learnt from Plato.
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Theresa May has said the UK "cannot possibly" remain within the European single market as staying in it would mean "not leaving the EU at all". But the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said "I think we have to have a deal that ensures we have access to the market, we have British jobs dependent on that market - that's what we'll be pushing for."
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Type : The Buddha image made from the sacred powder.
Name of the image of Buddha : Prasomdej Wat Kej-Chaiyo
(9stepped throne)
Supporter of casting : Somdejpra Budhacarn (To Prommarangsi)
Location of casting or finding : Wat Chaiyoworravihara Chaiyo
district Angtong province.
Era of the image of Buddha : Rattanakosin.
Year of casting : Approximately 160 year.
Price : 3,000,000,000 Baht

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Who is behind the persona that US spy chiefs say is at the heart of the Russian hacking allegations?
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Conversations or Conspiring to the Profiting from a criminal enterprise (oh another story and the humanity considering the microchipping that will be required to prove im not a russian, coins are so 1900's arnt they)
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Most refugees do not have the right to work. In Jordan they're running an experiment to find out what happens when they are given that right.
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Many have heard the 'hard brexit' and 'soft brexit' terms, but what about the 'grey' and 'clean' versions?
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It wouldn't be the BBC if they didn't run with at least one anti brexit or anti trump report. Their colours are firmly attached to the mast for everybody to see. This is the last time I comment on one of their reports or look at their website. They are totally biased and have an agenda which is detrimental to the future freedom of the UK and it's population and they won't be getting another penny from me. Why on earth should I pay for this shit and how they report on it, they have no accountability for how and what they report on so in that case I am no longer accountable for paying their licence fee.
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CIA is 'designed to disseminate propaganda': Glenn Greenwald
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What does Donald Trump represent? What might his presidency bring? In the first of two very personal viewpoints for BBC Newsnight, Roger Kimball, art critic, social commentator and editor of the magazine The New Criterion, says the moral panic needs to stop.
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+Jim Spindler all emotional when I was laughing ? As for backing up what I said with reasonable remarks and logical points where were yours ? A critical analysis ? All you stated were adjectives and false points back up with nothing of substance, for example it's easy to say he is vulnerable to Putins machinations but you don't make an argument on as to how, unaware of real world problems ? What problems is he not aware of ? Unresolved anger problems ? Where is your medical proof to back this up ? You are not a conservative because a true conservative would give the man the chance to prove himself. You are an illiberal lying to try and justify yourself and trying to shut decent debate and conversation down by calling people childish names. You are a pathetic little creature with no idea about the real world as you have proved with saying he is apparently an illegitimate president. I think you find out what reality is when he becomes POTUS later today. Have fun with your hate and lies, they may work on the more gullible people that are easily lead. Pure evil means Hillary clinton, if you are unable to see why the Democrats lost the election, she is responsible for thousands of deaths in the middle east and anybody with blood on her hands like she has I class as pure evil, let's not mention the Haitian people who received less that 5% of the money donated to their appeal and the fact she lied to Congress about the illegal server she had. Once you people start understanding the reason why you actually lost the election you may start to make some progress. Blaming the Russians was just a deflection from the real issues, if you can't see that that's your problem not mine. 
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PM Theresa May says the UK cannot stay in the single market, as that would mean not leaving the EU.
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Substantiate any of that and how is it different to what the UK has and would have
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"Trump has incredible power right now and he doesn't have to listen to anybody" Piers Morgan tells Andrew Neil on the Sunday Politics show.
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"We had noticed that when Scott would come in [to the room] I would start feeling worse and worse. My normal daily symptoms would just be aggravated"
How one woman's rare disorder means a kiss from her husband could end up killing her.
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BBC Click's Marc Cieslak takes a look at Nintendo's long-awaited home console, the Switch, which is due to go on sale on 3 March 2017. The new games machine comprises a tablet and controllers device that can be used as a home console or a handheld device.
So what is its potential?
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I really want this! It s super interesting!
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Speaker of the House of Commons was baffled by 'kiss a ginger' remark.
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