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Animals Rhino

A two-week-old unnamed female black rhino calf with her mother Solio in her indoor enclosure at Port Lympne Reserve near Ashford, Kent. (Gareth Fuller/PA)

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Politics May

The Prime Minister has met with sixth form pupils in west London ahead of a speech about post-18 education funding.

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Politics Oxfam

Referring to Brendan Cox, Mrs May said he has recognised “his behaviour made women feel uncomfortable”.

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Politics Oxfam

The Prime Minister was asked about the Oxfam scandal during a visit to a school in west London.

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Here’s what’s available and coming up from PA Graphics today:

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Good morning from PA Video. Here’s is our Sport video outlook for 19 February.Open the PA Video Portal to download content

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Good morning from PA Video. Here’s is our Entertainment and Lifestyle video outlook for 19 February.Open the PA Video Portal to download content

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Schedule Update Advisory

News events and hearings we plan to cover today include:

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Courts Bennell

Photographers take pictures through the window of a GEOAmey van arriving at Liverpool Crown Court ahead of the appearance of serial paedophile football coach Barry Bennell. (Peter Byrne/PA)

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Politics May

The Prime Minister will appear on ITV’s This Morning ahead of delivering her keynote speech on education.

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Politics May

Mrs May, who was joined by Education Secretary Damian Hinds, asked pupils how they made their choices on what to study, what information they think they might need to help in making those decisions and what avenues they would like to see open to them.

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Good morning,The Press Association plans to cover the following – some of this may be subject to change:LONDON: London Fashion Week0930 WAKEFIELD: Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) unveils Darktown Turbo Taxi1030 WINCHESTER: Matthew Cobden, 38, to face trial for death by dangerous driving of 13-year-old boy in a Ferrari F50.  (PIX MOVED)1200 LONDON: Launch of Renew political party. The party aims to fight elections on a platform of remaining in the EU1200 LIVERPOOL: Ex-football coach Barry Bennell, 64, to be sentenced for 50 counts of child sexual abuse committed against 12 young boys between 1979 and 1991.1800 LONDON: European premiere of Red Sparrow.1800: LONDON: The Duchess of Cambridge and Countess of Wessex to host a reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange.CYCLING1000: MANCHESTER: National Cycling Centre: Team GB Media Day.FA Cup1945: WIGAN: DW Stadium: Wigan Athletic v Manchester CitySOCCER Champions League1030: COBHAM: Chelsea Training Ground: Chelsea Training session1815: LONDON: Stamford Bridge: Barcelona Training and Press Conference1930: LONDON: Stamford Bridge: Chelsea Press ConferenceOLYMPICS2018 Winter OlympicsPS: Looking for the best pictures of the day: search for PABest in your picture system.

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Courts Cruelty

The sentencing of parents Jody Simpson, 24, and Antony Smith, 46, of Maidstone, who were found guilty of causing or allowing their six-week-old son to suffer serious physical harm and neglect has been delayed at Maidstone Crown Court.

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Environment Starlings

A murmuration of starlings at dusk over Blenkinsopp Castle in Northumberland. (Owen Humphreys/PA)

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Politics May

Asked about whether she would reinstate maintenance grants if the review recommends that, Mrs May told reporters: “Let’s not pre-empt what the review is going to do.

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Good morning from PA Video. Here’s is our news video outlook for 19 February.Open the PA Video Portal to download content

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Politics May

Prime Minister Theresa May talks with pupils and staff during a visit to Featherstone High School in west London. (Ben Stansall/PA)

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Police Ambulance

A 26-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of public order offences after an abusive note was left on an ambulance, police said.

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Politics Oxfam

A new POLITICS Oxfam lead is being prepared based on the charity’s release of its final internal investigation report from 2011 into sexual misconduct allegations during the humanitarian response to the Haiti earthquake. The story is under embargo  to 0001 on Monday February 19.

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