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It is a hard message to make. The disability packages too generous and people who are not sick, claimed to whether it could ditch your row. This is something that could be the beginning of something really big? Explain to us what could happen. The Netherlands have elections on the 15th of March, important Parliamentary elections to decide the composition of a new government and they have very powerful forces of your scepticism bubbling up, the Netherlands is one of the core countries of the Eurozone -- of Euroscepticism.
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What happens with Mancini, we are not sure. Others in the frame include Nigel Pearson, the man Ranieri replaced. Fondly remembered by some of the fans and players. Other names, Frank De Boer, forcefully, who led Chelsea in 2012 when Jose Mourinho was sacked. -- Goose 15th.
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Even at 34, Britton can still pass and move between the lines to help Swansea control possession. City have the weaponry to cause Chelsea some worries at the back, particularly with Gylfi Sigurdsson and Fernando Llorente bossing things up front. However, the Blues' armoury should again prove decisive, with striker Diego Costa and winger Eden Hazard sure to punish the side in 15th place.
The Guardian - Music
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Royal Festival Hall, London Patricia Kopatchinskaja brought tenderness to the heartbreak of Berg’s violin concerto, and the London Philharmonic were outstanding in Shostakovich’s 15th Even in the week of radio presenter Steve Hewlett’s very public passing , death is still often the last taboo. Vladimir Jurowski’s latest themed concert with the London Philharmonic looked the grim reaper straight in the eye from start to finish. It consisted of three works, all written in death’s shadow and all of which are tempting to read in the light of their composersdeaths soon afterwards. Jurowski started with the least familiar, Edison Denisov’s second symphony, composed in 1996, his final year. The symphony, in two movements played without a break and much influenced by modernist aesthetics, begins with translucent liquidity in the winds that is gradually overwhelmed by more emphatic writing, so that it seems almost like a journey from light into darkness. Continue reading...
Leicester Mercury
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Craig Shave shot six-under-par 65 at Kirby Muxloe to win the latest County Alliance tournament.The Whetstone professional amassed 42 points to finish first in the individual pro awards.Shave teed off at the fourth hole in the shotgun start format. A highlight of his winning round came when he had an eagle at the par-five 17th, where he hit driver and three-iron to 10 feet and slotted home the putt.He birdied the second, 10th, 12th, 15th and 18th holes, with his only dropped shot at the...
ABC News - Entertainment
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The Washington Times - Golf
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ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) - The British Open will be staged at Royal St. George's in 2020. The Royal & Ancient, which organizes the world's oldest major, made the announcement on Monday. The course in southeast England will be hosting the British Open for the 15th time, and for the ...
TechCrunch
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Today, the OpenStack Foundation is launching the latest version of its platform that allows enterprises to run an AWS-like cloud computing platform in their data centers. Ocata, as the 15th release of OpenStack is called, arrives after only a four-month release cycle, which is a bit faster than its usual six-month cycle, which will resume after this release. The reason for this is a change Read More
Daily Mail - USA
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BBC Parliament
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If I didn't hear it, I can't act Intervention. When the Chancellor announced in 2016 the police budgets would continue to be protected in cash terms assuming council tax was maximise, I like many others welcomed the news. Last year's cuts in grant funding were 0.6% and this year's provisional settlement outlined a further 1.3% cut to direct resource funding. How does that square with what the Minister has said? Last year we protected police spending were precept is taken into account in the overall level of Government funding allocated to police is exactly as announced in the 20 15th spending review at 8400 and £97 million.
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They will match what they have seen on the ground with complacent statements they have heard today. We need to get transparency. The promise at the 20 15th spending review was wheeled -- real term protection for the police. Has he met that promise or not? We have met that promise.
Daily Mail - Science
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Universe Today
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Deadline
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EXCLUSIVE : Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films has set Bruce Willis to star in two new film projects. First up is Acts of Violence , which is to be directed by Brett Donowho and will begin principal photography March 27th in Ohio. Reprisal , the second picture, has Brian A. Miller at the helm and begins principal in Ohio July 15th. The films up the collaboration between Willis and E/F/O to 13 pictures. E/F/O CEOs and Co-Founders Randall Emmett and George Furla will produce both...
Daily Mail - Football
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Global News
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The 15th annual Pitch for the Purse aims to educate women on how to succeed in the business world.
France 24
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Former world number one Angelique Kerber survived as three of the top five seeds were bundled out of the Dubai Tennis Championships on Tuesday. The top seed and winner of two Grand Slams in 2016 dispatched fellow German Mona Bartel 6-4, 6-3 in a second-round match. World number two Kerber is battling to recover the WTA top ranking she claimed last September when winning the US Open, only to see Serena Williams reclaim it with victory at last month's Australian Open. "I'm happy about my performance, I was trying to play my game and focus on every point, I felt strong," Kerber said. The German next plays Puerto Rico's Monica Puig, whom she lost to in the Rio Olympic gold medal match last August. "That match will be completely different," Kerber said. "I will try to do my best against her." Puig ousted 15th seed Caroline Garcia of France 6-1, 4-6, 6-2.
TechCrunch
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If theres one word that can describe Viva Technology (or VivaTech for short), its that its a ginormous conference. While it was just the first edition last year, 45,000 people made their way to Paris to talk about all things tech. VivaTech is back again this year on June 15th June 17th. Last year, Mike and I didnt really know what to expect. But Read More
BBC Parliament
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If you look at the financial secrecy index, the UK is 15th but if you combine the UK with our overseas territories and Crown dependencies, we are top of the list for financial secrecy. It's probably for this reason that other countries use this excuse for not adapting -- adopting public registers.
BBC One Scotland
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He was buried in Perth and finding his grave would be part of a project to create a major visitor attraction in the city. The fair city of Perth. Could this have become Scotland's capital back in the 15th century? King James I had big plans for the place.
South China Morning Post
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The Event Chronicle
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The Trump administration (including Trump himself) have highly mixed messages on Russia. Will Trump deliver on his election promise to be friendly towards Russia? By Makia Freeman Mixed messages on Russia are coming out of the Trump administration, which seems to be hopelessly divided and anything but cohesive on the Russian issue. Much to the great disappointment of many who see that a peaceful US-Russia relationship is the key to avoiding World War 3, Trump has for the most part changed his tune on Russiasort of. At today’s press conference he again stressed the need for a good relationship with Russia. Yet, only yesterday on Feb. 15th 2017, Trump himself put out a tweet that alleged that Russia took Crimea and asked if Obama was too soft on Russia? So which is it? Has Trump done a big U-Turn on Russia ? Here is a list of the mixed messages on Russia coming out of the current US government.
Sky News
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A lot of immigrants have been taken in by the Swedish people but you will save 150,000. That has now stopped or stem? It was 160,000 Đuricic of the 15th and toward the end of that year, the government toughened up. That's right to the other 15.