BBC News 24
3 hours
In the run up to the referendum there was a survey done which showed that people do trust academics. Our ratings were at the level of 57 to 60% and that they trust organisations like the ONS because it gives them fact.
ITV
4 hours
They want to build 2400 homes, and overground train station and shops. They still need to acquire land to make that happen including Millwall's car park. The developers believe the club are holding out for a better offer. They just want a significant amount of money. Their view is they have, through their own efforts, they lost £60 million here.
BBC News 24
4 hours
What's important is the 60% who were polled last week who said they want the Prime Minister to get on with Brexit, which is what she is doing. It was suggested that in London, which voted Remain, they thought immigration should be the priority and not trade.
Sky News
5 hours
It starts with the traders. You start to the bottom, you carry a sack, you try and sell it to someone and they then sell it on. That then goes to the big Chinese company which is dominant in the area, that then goes the biggest battery maker and we know that this is coming from the ERC because they produce 60% of the cobalt in the world.
BBC Parliament
8 hours
Just to put this in context, over the decade 2015, there was a 31% increase in people living to 85 and beyond. We estimate of the next 20 years we will see a 60% increase in the number of individuals who rely on social care. There has been an abject failure of governments over the years to plan for this.
Channel 4
8 hours
BBC One South West
8 hours
Its markings may allow it to be checked against a worldwide catalogue so we may be able to find out where else it has been. Plymouth is the latest local authority in the region to increase council tax. It's going to go up by almost 4.5%, which will mean bills will rise by around £60 a year for the average band D property.
Sky News
9 hours
That is what it's a doubt, we have two respect the fact, these are vulnerable people, have to be careful about the compensation they earn. This is a reduction of that, a sensible one. That is a point, this rate has been at the same level 60 years, there was a danger some accident victims would go penniless, losing their pay-outs.
BBC News 24
9 hours
But it says that those children sent abroad after the Second World War for a better life are now reaching their elderly years and still suffering from the effects of what happened to them. The inquiry says they deserve an investigation into what happened after waiting 60 years. It is a cruel detail that some of Britain's child migrants were falsely told their parents had died.
BBC Parliament
9 hours
The floods cost SMEs over £40 million. The floods in Leeds were the worst since 1866 and Leeds University told Mike committee that 60% of local businesses had been unable to obtain a quotation for insurance since last winced's floods. We heard one business whose access had risen from £1000 to 20 by -- 250,000 after the climate change says the economic viability of some areas is being threatened, the way incher runs companies are failing to rise to this risk and stamped with communities is putting hold parts of our country at risk of becoming economically unviable, so I will give way.
ITV
9 hours
They want to build 2400 homes, and overground train station and shops. They still need homes, and overground train station and shops. They still need to acquire land and shops. They still need to acquire land to make that happen including Millwall's car park. The developers believe the club are holding out for developers believe the club are holding out for a better offer. They just want holding out for a better offer. They just want a significant amount holding out for a better offer. They just want a significant amount of money. Their view just want a significant amount of money. Their view is they have, through their own efforts, they lost £60 million here. You ask what are they doing owning £60 million here.
BBC Parliament
10 hours
I certainly will. Does he share my disappointment that many of the things talked about in this report were being discussed in this House a dozen years ago and have still not been implemented, for example of the building back better recommendation of paragraphs 60? I disgusted with the Association of British insurers in 2006.
Sky News
10 hours
150,000 child migrants left the UK in the years just after the second world war, heading for these old Empire countries. Many of them, according to David Hill, he reckons from the research that he has carried out, as many as 60% of those who travelled suffered some kind of abuse.
Sky News
11 hours
The travellers were evicted by the City Council. Around 60 adults and caravans left the site. However one of their ponies was left behind. Significant disruption. We've had 800 students who haven't attended school today. We have opened years 11, 12 and 13, because their exams start in eight weeks.
BBC News 24
11 hours
London boroughs are among the worst offenders with none of the councils in the capital currently hitting the 50% mark that they'll have to reach within the next few years. Keep Britain Tidy believes we can learn from Wales which has a 60% recycling rate.
BBC News 24
13 hours
Live to the inquiry in Central London, and Jane Hill. We'll come back to this opening day, such an important moment at the enquiry, for the child sexual abuse in England and Wales. We are going to learn about how we reached this point, however, unfortunately over the last 60 minutes this opening day has been somewhat overshadowed by a data breach.
ITV
13 hours
It has found at least 300 schemes in use across the country. And the average recycling rate in England is just 42%. They point to a more streamlined system in Wales, where the average recycling rate is much higher, at 60%. Chief Executive of Keep Britain Tidy Allison Ogden-Newton is here. You go to any friends or relatives houses in different parts of the country, they have different bins, different rules, different things but whether you wash them before you recycle them.
BBC News 24
15 hours
It's thought it could affect hundreds 60,000 people. We can go live to Norman Smith. In the last few moments George Freeman the head of the Prime Minister's policy unit issued an apology saying he by Stephen Crooke.
Liverpool Echo
15 hours
SABC Digital News
15 hours
The Sun Daily
16 hours
PETALING JAYA: Puncak Niaga Holdings Bhd made a net loss of RM92.8 million for the fourth quarter ended Dec 31, 2016 on lower impairment losses on assets and recognition of fair value gain on investment properties. This was a slightly better performance than the RM99.7 million net loss it made for the same quarter in the preceding year. Net losses for the quarter would have narrowed further if not for a RM25.1 million under provision in income tax from the prior year. Revenue was 49% higher at RM20 million for the quarter compared with RM13.4 million for the same quarter in the preceding year, due to higher contribution from the construction sector. Net loss for the year widened to RM258.9 million, compared with a net profit of RM65.7 million for the financial year 2015. This was on 60% lower revenue of RM73.8 million, compared with RM188.0 million for the period.
Information Age
16 hours
Originally written by Nick Ismail on Information Age Recent research from BM’s 2016 Cyber Security Index, as just one example, stated that 60% of the year’s breaches were caused by an insider threat. It’s a problem that is here to stay – and furthermore is likely to grow. There are different levels to insider threats. This can range from the malicious outsider that The post Insider threat detected: now what? appeared first on Information Age - Insight and Analysis for IT Leaders .
Mirrorspectrum
16 hours
Many archaeological sites across the world are considered as the most interesting places. Ollantaytambo is an Inca archaeological site in southern Peru some 60 kilometers northwest of the city of Cuzco. It is located at an altitude of 2,792 meters (9,160 feet) above sea level, Ollantaytambo lies in an area the Inca people once called the Sacred Valley and this marvel of architecture once served as both a temple and a fortress, Mainstream historians claim Ollantaytambo was built around 1440 AD by the Inca Emperor Pachacuti. Archaeologists today believe Ollantaytambo was built upon the ruins of a far older city and they are not sure of the origins of that city. One of the most interesting places in Ollantaytambo is the Gateway of the Gods, which was built several thousand years before the Inca arrived at Ollantaytambo, according to researchers it was built by a culture called the Urin Pacha, that name was given because researchers have no idea who they were where they came from or where they went.
Sky News
17 hours
60% of farm income is in the UK. This affects how the landscape is farmed in our country. I disagree again. Your first point of tariffs, I'm all in favour of reciprocal free trade. You can't do that one should left the customs union.