Derby Telegraph
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Former Derby County defender John Brayford WON'T feature for Burton Albion as they head to Pride Park Stadium tonight.Brayford, who played over 100 games for the Rams before joining Cardiff City, is struggling with a knee injury he sustained in the Brewers' 2-1 victory at Queens Park Rangers last month.The 29-year-old is on loan at Burton - the club with which he began his career - from Sheffield United. Brayford did go through some pre-match drills on the field ahead of Saturday's win over...
TIME - Top Stories
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S. An early draft of the memos reported by the Associated Press called for the mobilization of up to 100,000 National Guard troops for immigration enforcement, though that was not included in these memos. But the memos do make clear that the Department considers any and every undocumented immigrant that crosses paths with enforcement officials to be eligible for removal, a vast shift from Obama Administration policy, which prioritized the removal of criminals and threats to national security. Homeland Security will also expand the list of immigrants who are subject to speedy removal from the U.S. when caught crossing the border illegally. The memos also allow agents to send people who cross from Mexico and Canada back to either nation, regardless of their home country. While the Trump Administration has made clear it will be tough on immigrants caught in the U.
Top Speed
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Of course, the Brute’s main attribute is its injection-molded, composite cargo bed. The Wrangler’s frame is actually lengthened by several inches, giving enough room for the cargo bed and the ability to store a full-size spare tire between the frame rails. Sadly the Brute’s days are numbered. Jeep is mere months away from debuting the next-generation Wrangler, dubbed the JL. As most Jeep enthusiasts know, the Wrangler JL will be offered in a pickup version, dubbed the JT. With Jeep soon making its own Wrangler pickup, AEV will end production of the Wrangler JK Brute. AEV’s order books are closing March 31, so those wanting a piece of Jeep history better act fast. The Brute Double Cab starts at $41,665, not including the donor Jeep, which can range from $30,000 to $50,000. Pricing can well exceed the $100,000 mark with all the available add-ons selected.
ScienceDaily
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CNN United States News
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The Economist - Middle East and Africa
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IT HAS been a disaster in agonising slow motion. To cut costs, health officials in Gauteng province (South Africa’s economic hub, which includes Johannesburg and Pretoria) decided to transfer psychiatric patients from specialised private hospitals to care homes run by charities. Family members, psychologists and advocacy groups all warned that this could be dangerous for the patients. They pleaded with Qedani Mahlangu, the provincial health minister, and even went to court to try to stop the move, arguing that vulnerable people were being rushed into dodgy homes that would not provide proper care. Ignoring their concerns, Ms Mahlangu went ahead. Some 1,300 patients were moved over several months last year. An ombudsman’s report described this process as a “cattle auction market”, with care homes jostling over which patients they wanted. Some sent pickup trucks to fetch them.
The Economist - Middle East and Africa
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IT HAS been a disaster in agonising slow motion. To cut costs, health officials in Gauteng province (South Africa’s economic hub, which includes Johannesburg and Pretoria) decided to transfer psychiatric patients from specialised private hospitals to care homes run by charities. Family members, psychologists and advocacy groups all warned that this could be dangerous for the patients. They pleaded with Qedani Mahlangu, the provincial health minister, and even went to court to try to stop the move, arguing that vulnerable people were being rushed into dodgy homes that would not provide proper care. Ignoring their concerns, Ms Mahlangu went ahead. Some 1,300 patients were moved over several months last year. An ombudsman’s report described this process as a “cattle auction market”, with care homes jostling over which patients they wanted. Some sent pickup trucks to fetch them.
MintPress News
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Digital Trends
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Manchester Evening News
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I4U News
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NASA scientists now give a new definition of the planet that will add 100 more planets to the solar system, including moon and Pluto.It would be a key change, and NASA team believes that the solar...
The Economic Times
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Apartment Therapy
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There are some IKEA items that hit stores for a single season and never reappear, and then there are those that remain popular year after year, can be found in 50-percent of all house tours, and that we would 100-percent buy again. A few ubiquitous items pop to mind—the RENS sheepskin, the BILLY bookcase. I always assumed they were the most popular items at the store, but are they really? To figure out what lives on the most-loved list, we asked the Swedish retail giant for their list of their 10 best-selling items. So here they are, in no particular order, the official IKEA classics. READ MORE »
Home Designing
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Design Milk - Art
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The pins also allow constant and continued interchangeability during his improvisational process that can span several months for a larger piece. Whatever his reason, the result is an experience that feels alive – as hundreds of elements shift with every footstep. marked by stigmata, 2017 (side view) This new body of work apparently takes root from a bizarre 1930's play There is no More Firmament by Antonin Artaud, that is set in the year 2000, over 60 years into the future from the time it was written. I get the sense that Hundley likes to overload his mind with stories, obsessions and paradoxes so complex that they provide sufficient sustained interest to produce these time-consuming works. Though I can’t for the life of me pull out a plot from any one of these works, for me too, they are none-the-less 100% attention-monopolizing.
Voice Of America
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Some have never met a black person, he said. Jenkins' work is similar to that of Daryl Davis, a black musician from Maryland who has gained notice for trying to talk people out of the Ku Klux Klan. Mark Potok, a senior fellow with the liberal Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Alabama, said it's hard to determine exact numbers, but around 100,000 people might be members in hate groups and several hundred thousand could be linked informally. Potok said exit organizations began in Europe in the 1980s to counter the rise right-wing militants there. "I do think that this is a particularly important moment for this kind of exit work to be happening because we have seen in the last year, year and a half, a real legitimization of these views," he said. President Donald Trump's election with the support of neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan has lent a new sense of urgency to opponents of white supremacy.
BBC News 24
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It was my father's. He bought it when I was four. It's one of the now longest running businesses left in Victoria. At the present moment, we're just shy of £11,000 and come April, I've been advised I'm going to be paying just shy of £22,000, which will be a 100% increase.
MacRumors
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KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and other sources have claimed the Apple Watch could gain an LTE chip for cellular capabilities as early as 2017, while a supply chain report last year said Apple may switch from OLED to micro-LED displays for the Apple Watch in the second half of 2017 at the earliest. Micro-LED displays have benefits such as thinness, lightness, improved color gamut, increased brightness, and higher resolutions. The panels do not require backlighting like traditional LCD displays, but they can be difficult and expensive to mass produce. Micro LEDs range in size from 1-micron to 100-micron. Apple has filed patents for a number of ideas that could eventually be included in an Apple Watch, such as a heart rate identification system , modular bands , haptic feedback band , and a band with a built-in charger . More significant health and fitness features could be added pending further FDA approvals.
Auto Express
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Swiss/German project Elextra promises around 100 examples of four-door electric supercar will be made in the future 2017-02-21 15:45 A four-door, four-wheel-drive electric supercar from a new Swiss/German EV start-up has been teased ahead of its reveal, promising “the highest level of engineering and craftsmanship available” and limited to around 100 units. The new car is the project of Elextra - another start-up electric car company angling to take on Tesla ’s Model S P100D with an ultra-exclusive, luxurious, and supercar-baiting EV, alongside the likes of Faraday Future with its FF91 and the Lucid Motors Air . • Best electric cars on sale 2017 Elextra has revealed very little about the car, but space for four people and a 0-62mph time under 2.3 seconds is promised thanks a four-wheel-drive electric powertrain. The Elextra is the brainchild of Danish entrepreneur Poul Sohl and Swiss automotive designer Robert Palm, who says that the car will feature a “low, sleek and beautiful design paired with today’s most advanced technology.
IBTimes
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RT America
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MintPress News
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Until now, the enforcement of summary deportation laws, known as expedited removal, have been limited to those apprehended within 14 days of illegally entering the country and within 100 miles of Canada or Mexico. The memos signed by Kelly would allow use of those laws anywhere in the country against anyone who entered illegally within the past two years. Lucas Guttentag, a DHS adviser and Stanford law professor, said this would unleash chaos, violate due process, and meet challenges in court, similar to those that scuttled the administration's travel ban. There would also be aggressive challenges, lawyers said, to plans that would allow immigration agents to deport unaccompanied minor children who crossed the border illegally, rather than uniting them with parents or other relatives in the U.S. They also expect legal opposition to a proposal that would strip undocumented immigrants of existing privacy protections, allowing personal information such as asylum cases or immigration violations to be publicly disclosed.
Washington Free Beacon
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Trump also said Keith Kellogg, a retired U.S. Army general who has been serving as the acting national security adviser, as chief of staff to the National Security Council. John Bolton, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, would be asked to serve the administration in another capacity, Trump said. "He has a good number of ideas that I must tell you I agree very much with," Trump said of Bolton, who served in Republican President George W. Bush's administration. Kellogg and Bolton were among those in contention as Trump spent the long Presidents Day weekend considering his options for replacing Flynn. His first choice, retired Vice Admiral Robert Harward, turned down the job last week. McMaster, 54, is a West Point graduate known as "H.R.," with a Ph.D. in U.S. history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was listed as one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in 2014, partly because of his willingness to buck the system.
BBC Parliament
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I that person is of sufficient seniority within the hierarchy of this great big international company, it's very difficult to fix criminal liability for that person and also upon the Corporation in the United States for over 100 years they have got round that by using the principle of vicarious liability which we are used to dealing with in this country in civil law but not in criminal law.