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You can still delete a message for everyone within 1h, 8m, 16s as long as the recipient will receive your revoke request within 13h, 8m, 16s.
However, the option to revoke and edit only works if the message has not been read yet.
Decision to revoke Sattar's party membership was taken after endorsement of party founder Altaf Hussain.
He says in it that it has been about ten days since he took the decision to revoke his pardons to 22 politically exposed persons.
Figures obtained by the Press Association under the Freedom of Information Act show that since the powers were introduced in 2013, police forces across the UK applied 631 times to revoke licences based on failed attempts to read number plates.
This was further to the TRA notice published on August 21 in the Official Gazette and on its website, whereby it informed all stakeholders of its intention to revoke the licences, asking for comments on the proposed revocation.
Criminal charges were never brought, but the council stood by its decision to revoke the licences.
In July UK Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Vince Cable announced that the UK decided to revoke five licenses.
visas have been revoked over the last four years." Release added "The United States State Department has broad authority under the Immigration and Nationality Act to revoke visas and this authority is most commonly exercised when subsequent to issuance of a U.S.
On Tuesday next week the county council's General Licensing and Registration sub-committee will meet at Chester-le-Street Civic Centre to decide whether to revoke the venue's SEV licence which permits it to stage lap dancing, in the wake of the police raid.
Halesowen magistrates upheld a Dudley Council decision to revoke Abdul Ghafoor's private hire licence over his second plying for hire offence last month.
There are also those who mourn the existence of the state, and there should be a way to revoke their citizenship." The minister proposed "revoking the right to vote and citizenship of anyone convicted of terrorism.