BBC Parliament
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40% of 7.5 million is £3 million payable by the District Council directly. It try sticky £1 million a year as a safety net so that's three years of Safetynet wiped out. On second homes, the viewers that these house prices are put up and reduces the number of a second woman said of tax-free on a small business as was intended.
Sky News
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I think that for those people around him, his senior team, as they give up their time during the transition work with a job to work for 3-4 weeks because they are committed to his nominees get through.
BBC Parliament
an hour
Business rates, which were looming nightmare for many smaller businesses nightmare for many smaller businesses in my constituency and applies to much of London, but also be the capital city. I appreciate the Government has put together a welcome £3.
BBC Parliament
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It would consist of transformative works to improve the public realm and the environment works to improve the public realm and the environment in the West End of London, such as Oxford Street, which will in turn secure finance and trigger additional investment by landowners and business occupiers. I accept my local authorities than usual. Westminster contributes 3% of UK tax revenues, making it the highest single contributor of any borough and has the highest business rates collection the UK.
BBC Parliament
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I do welcome the confirmation that it will not go ahead with his predecessor 's plan. But as I intimated, that begs the question of what would happen to other specialist funding? We have the Housing minister refusing to rule out potentially the end of the £3 million health grant.
BBC Parliament
an hour
In that sense, this Government has put a package of transitional relief in place, which is up to 3.6 billion pounds. NHS hospitals will be subject to the same transitional relief as well over rate payers who will see an increase in their business rates bill as a will see an increase in their The bill does not determine individual levels for individual councils.
BBC Parliament
an hour
Thank you. There's much to be welcomed this strategy and they would particular express my support for science development time developing skills. Could he sees a moment and make the case for the government to increase spending on science and technology to 3% of gross domestic product? Could I also ask to ask skin to look at the Digital strategy as a matter of urgency? I am grateful to the honourable member for pushing us in that direction.
BBC One Wales
2 hours
We can't change it. The court was shown as 3-D animation of the resort. Each person was shown where they were shot. The inquest heard there was chaos during the attack.
BBC News 24
2 hours
Her last hope in the singles draw, 3-1 up. You Katarina Makarova has bad memories playing to her, she lost in the same stage 12 months ago. Contact since climb the rankings and has shown why she is in the world top ten, she raced to the first set with ease.
BBC News 24
3 hours
The court also saw this 3-D animation of the resort, the blue skies and the sand and the pictures of those murdered. Each person shown where they were shot. One eyewitness accounts summed up the horror of that day.
BBC Two England
3 hours
That is the side that is going to break down. She is not able to get an angle on it when she is in the middle of the court where she was on the last 2-3 points. Break point for Konta.
BBC Two England
4 hours
It is Makarova 4-3 in the second set. So, 54 minutes in, punter getting things -- Konta getting things back contract now. Konta's first serve percentage, as we've said commedia glow in the second set, 43%, but she does win 83% of points behind her first turf.
BBC Two England
4 hours
It is 3-1 in the second set. Well, that is her first real chance since she got in this match and she took it. I think Konta will be disappointed with that service game. We talked about her being about 75% in that first set and down to only 30% right now.
MintPress News
4 hours
You're saying it's a falsehood, and Sean Spicer, our press secretary gave alternative facts to that, Conway said. Alternative facts are not facts, Todd responded. They're falsehoods. Conway then changed the subject entirely, and launched into attacks on Obamacare, the U.S. education system, and the Women's Marches that took place around the world on Saturday. Conway went on to argue: There's no way to really quantify crowds, we know that. But Spicer on Saturday repeatedly maintained that Trump's inauguration saw the largest crowds of any inauguration in history—a statement that was easily disproved by photographs. Watch the whole exchange: "Alternative facts are not facts. They are falsehoods," Chuck Todd tells Pres. Trump's counselor Kellyanne Conway this morning. WATCH: pic.twitter.com/Ao005dQ13r Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) January 22, 2017 This work by Common Dreams i s licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.
ScienceDaily
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Preeclampsia, which affects 3-8 percent of all pregnancies, is a disease specific to pregnancy that is characterized by high blood pressure and protein in the urine. Research studies have clearly shown that there is a link between a history of preeclampsia in a pregnancy and developing heart disease later in life. In fact, a history of preeclampsia is as much of a risk factor for heart disease as a lifetime of smoking cigarettes and the American Heart Association now screens women specifically for a history of preeclampsia. The issue is that, while this association is clearly known, not all women with a history of preeclampsia will develop heart disease. Additionally, we do not know the exact process that takes place from the time women experience preeclampsia to the ultimate development of heart disease.
Quick Sprout
4 hours
3. They knew their audience Another thing that stands out with Dollar Shave Club is their knowledge of their target audience. DSC talks to men in a pretty relatable voice, providing something that never existed when it comes to men’s grooming products. Prior to Dollar Shave Club, a lot of the razor content and brand positioning either used a highbrowgentlemanlyapproach or painted men as hairy Neanderthals who needed blades with the edge of a katana to stay smooth. But how long can you sell products pushing the “closer shaveapproach? Dollar Shave Club shows that when you take the time to unearth what your audience wants, you learn how to talk to them. You can create content that uses language they can relate to, with ideas that make sense. Every content marketing strategy should begin with good, deep buyer research so you know what they want, how they want it, where to find them and how to get it to them.
The Economic Times
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Football Daily
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Inc.
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More businesses are embracing analytics, but there are better and worse ways to choose options. Here's how to avoid some common mistakes.
ABC News - International
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Forbes
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The Dow is up only 0.3% this year but these five stocks are bucking the trend with gains.
Bleacher Report
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However, many project Lamp a guard at the pro level, in the coming months. You can get a good introduction to Lamp in the Senior Bowl. The 6'3", 300-pound lineman has played an impressive brand of football all season long, even against top-tier competition. PFF College rates Lamp fourth overall among all offensive tackles for the season. As a four-year starter, he brings plenty of experience to go with some solid game film. If Lamp can shine in Mobile, he could potentially rise to first-round status. "The No. 1 goal at the Senior Bowl is to play and practice well," Lamp explained , per Dane Brugler of CBSSports .com. "I want to prove myself like [Ali] Marpet and Eric Fisher and others who came from 'smaller schools' and prove myself like I did against Alabama and LSU." Marpet , who played college ball at Hobart, ended up going in the second round to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers two years ago.
Hackaday
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We aren't sure this technically qualifies as music synthesis, but what else do you call a computer playing music? In this case, the computer is a Teensy, and the music comes from a common classroom instrument: a plastic recorder . The mistaken flute label comes from the original project. The contraption uses solenoids to operate 3D printed fingers and an air pump this is much easier with a recorder since (unlike a flue) it just needs reasonable air pressure to generate sound. A Teensy 3.2 programmed using the Teensyduino IDE drives the solenoids. The board reads MIDI command sent over USB from a PC and translates them into the commands for this excellent driver board. It connects TIP31C transistors, along with flyback diodes, to the solenoids via a terminal strip. On the PC, a program called Ableton sends the MIDI messages to the Teensy.
The Week
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