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It also ended its vacillation over immigration, accepting that the free movement of European Union nationals to Britain would end after Brexit. Local Labour campaigner Joe Ashton, 29, said the manifesto set the party apart from others. The impact on the national current spending was costed , but there were no calculations for how the programme of nationalisation would be undertaken because the liabilities would be offset by new government-owned assets.
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    Apple reportedly updating entire MacBook lineup at WWDC

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    The company will also update the 12-inch MacBook, the thin-and-light notebook Apple has been selling for a couple of years now. The MacBook Air weighs 2.96 pounds (13-inch model), while the newer models of MacBook Pros weigh 4.02 pounds (15-inch model) and 3.02 pounds (13-inch model).
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    Federal appeals court judges on Monday grilled the government lawyer defending President Trump's temporary travel ban about whether it discriminated against Muslims exclusively based on their religion. The judge asked whether the Supreme Court, which upheld that order, reached the correct decision. During arguments in Seattle , 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Richard Paez questioned attorney Neal Katyal about Trump's statements, calling them "profound".
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    Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said he supports blocking the confirmation of a new FBI director until the Justice Department appoints a special prosecutor to lead an investigation into potential ties between Trump campaign advisers and the Russian government.
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    The Japan Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center, a nonprofit group, said 2,000 computers at 600 locations in Japan were affected. We have been working with 47 organisations providing urgent and emergency care who have been infected to varying degrees.
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    Security experts attributed the apparent success of the WannaCry virus to a "perfect storm" of conditions, including a well known and highly risky security hole in Microsoft Windows, users who didn't apply a Microsoft patch, and malware created to spread quickly once inside a network, be it a business, government or university.