What are the top stories of 2016?

A new year has come and gone with no new major news headlines to speak of.

This year, we have seen some of the big names take on more traditional headlines in a bid to break into the headlines.

Here’s what to expect this year.

TOP STORIES – Top headline: ‘Trouble in the UK’ ‘A man who lives with his wife and child in a two-bedroom flat in the east of England was allegedly beaten and robbed by a group of men at gunpoint in front of his three-year-old daughter, police said. 

The father, aged 52, was taken to hospital for treatment, while the child was also taken to the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Bristol.

The woman, who did not want to be named, said she had been in the flat with her husband for the past year but had not seen him in months. 

“I was really upset because my husband and daughter are not together anymore,” she said.

“It’s really upsetting to me because he’s been with us for over 25 years and he’s always been so supportive.” 

‘It’s the biggest threat’ Theresa May is accused of trying to use the Brexit vote to secure an early election in order to keep the Conservative majority in Parliament. 

‘We need to get our country back together again’ While she is yet to say who she will stand against, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is accused by one of his own MPs of being behind a campaign of abuse against an elderly woman. 

Ms Cameron was at a meeting with her Cabinet colleagues in Downing Street yesterday. 

But the Prime Minister did not give an update on her plans for the party in the Commons, but said the “biggest threat” to the Conservative Party had now passed.

“This is a time when our country is going through a momentous moment,” she told MPs. 

 ‘Not just for me’ She added that the country would have to “get our country together again”.

“I will be asking all of you to do what we’ve always done and to get on with it.

That’s what we have to do,” she added. 

THE MOST READ NEWS ‘The best news on Facebook’ “What I think the Government need to understand is that they are facing an enormous challenge.

It’s not just about Brexit, it’s about the UK going through another period of change,” she continued. 

She said that, for the first time in a decade, “we are not going to be in the position that we were in when we were going through the EU referendum”. 

‘You don’t have to be right all the time’ Labour leader Jeremy Smith said the party had “got to start acting like a governing party”. 

“And we have got to start getting that Government thinking about what’s going on and we’ve got to get a Labour government in government.” “

WHAT YOU MISSED IN 2016: ‘This is the biggest news on social media’ Tune in to the RTÉ News at 7.30 tonight for more news from the world of social media, including the biggest trending stories of the year.”

And we have got to start getting that Government thinking about what’s going on and we’ve got to get a Labour government in government.” 

WHAT YOU MISSED IN 2016: ‘This is the biggest news on social media’ Tune in to the RTÉ News at 7.30 tonight for more news from the world of social media, including the biggest trending stories of the year.

Which bitcoin company has the best record of issuing digital coins?

The US state of Virginia has banned digital currencies like bitcoin from all state-run buildings, citing the use of virtual currency as a way to finance criminal activity.

According to the Virginia Tech campus, the decision comes after a recent report by the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office that linked virtual currencies to money laundering, terrorism financing and drug trafficking.

The university cited several reports, including one by the US Justice Department, that claimed bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies have been used to launder money for criminals, terrorists and drug cartels.

“The Commonwealth’s attorneys determined that virtual currencies pose a risk of money laundering and terrorism financing because they are not regulated by the federal government and cannot be traced to individuals,” the university said in a statement.

“We are working closely with the Department of Justice to provide guidance on how to handle the sale and use of these digital currencies in the Commonwealth of Virginia.”

State lawmakers are also considering a bill that would allow for the regulation of virtual currencies.

State lawmakers also are considering legislation to allow the state’s financial regulators to take legal action against companies that allow customers to transfer their virtual currency into state-owned bank accounts.

In August, state lawmakers approved a measure that would make virtual currencies a class B financial instrument.

The bill now goes to the state legislature for a final vote.

Earlier this month, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill which would ban the use and possession of virtual-currency-like currencies by businesses, banks and other financial institutions.

It also would require that virtual currency be treated as a form of money, similar to U.S. dollars.

In the US, bitcoins are traded on an online marketplace called the Bitcoin exchange site.