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order to fix our roads. Competition, and the competition then would actually - Anything that requires a government to spend less money on our taxes, can't argue with that. I want to take us to a story in the Times, there are 7 million people.
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increased again by 4.7% in the past year. Those increases as in April this year, whereas that it is in this report is from previous years. Even with that there are a lot of areas where we just haven't got enough doctors to do the job. Currently there is an average of at least one doctor vacancy in every single surgery in the country. That's a terrible situation and it's no wonder people.
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of its flights after refusing to fare fit its seat. The airline said it would give £7,500 to passengers who volunteer to give up their place on overbooked planes. President Trump summoned all 100.
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Motorola has made its latest competitively-priced smartphones available in Australia today, with the local launch of the Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus. Both new models sport a metal housing, run the Android 7.0 OS and even include certain features that rival phones well beyond their budget price tags. The G5 has a 1080p 5.0-inch screen, fingerprint scanner and simple conveniences like dual SIM slots, a removable battery and a water repellent coating. While it doesnt look like the most impressive phone on paper, its super-affordable at just $299. Motorolas G5 Plus seems to do have done even better in terms of bang-for-buck. While youll be paying an extra $100 over the standard model, the upgrades you get will likely impact everyday use pretty significantly. The layout and 1080p screen (5.2-inch this time) are very similar to the base model, but most of the other improvements are more substantial.
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passengers up to £7,000 as an incentive to give up their seats if flights are overbooked. The US airline was widely criticised after video emerged of a passenger being forcibly removed from one of its planes. A simple eye test could mean far earlier detection of glaucoma, the leading cause of sight loss in the UK. Scientists found that injecting patients with a florescent marker.
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Chua said the government would look into ways of resolving the matter to ensure the resolution did not disrupt trade between both sides. Ambassador and Head of the EU Delegation to Malaysia Maria Castillo Fernandez said she does not expect the resolution to affect bilateral relations between the EU and Malaysia. "No change in EU trade and investments in Malaysia. We will continue to be the third largest trading partner with Malaysia," she added. Malaysia-EU total trade in 2016 rose 0.4% to RM149.1 billion year-on-year, while in January 2017, it increased 9.7% to RM12.9 billion from the corresponding month a year ago. Meanwhile, organised by the EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EUMCCI) and themed, "Innovation and Productivity to Drive Malaysia's Economy", the one-day Forum today is aimed at improving the productivity of the manufacturing and services sectors, as well as competitiveness, by encouraging the players to adapt and embrace innovation as well as diffusion of new technologies.
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Probably. Laser Disco Defenders - PS Vita / PS4 (usually 7.99 / $9.99 / AU$14.95 ) Take out Lord Monotone and save the galaxy in this top-down shooter game. Explore the game's randomly generated levels and take on wave upon wave of robotic machines. Type:Rider PS Vita / PS4 (usually 11.99 / $14.99 / AU$22.95 ) The hit mobile game Type:Rider has made its way to PS Vita and PS4! In this unique platformer, you must traverse across a number of words and fonts. Extra points if you can do so without dropping your monocle. Probably. Make sure to check back next month for the free PlayStation Plus games of June 2017! To make it easy to keep track of what titles are coming up, weve rounded up the last few months of PlayStation Plus titles as well as current prices on the PlayStation Store. April 2017 Drawn to Death PS4 Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime PS4 (usually 9.
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said it will offer up to $10,000 - over £7,500 - to passengers who volunteer to give up their place on overbooked planes. It said will adopt a no-questions-asked policy on permanently lost baggage giving.
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Akabusi laugh! Jacquie, what have you got? It will make you hungry this morning. The Times have taken a look at Anthony Joshua's lifestyle and how he's got the physique that he's got. He's fighting at the weekend. Amazing physique. He gets up at 7. 30, runs on an empty stomach, sometimes on a large smoothy. He has breakfast,.
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G 7, it is 11. 3, so it's a suggestion that it's better for the have I to invest overseas. I see it very much really as a bargaining championship realising at this moment in time, trying to say to the powers that be, when you're doing your negotiation, think about.
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flights, and refusing to forfeit his seat. The airline has now said it will offer up to $10,000 - over £7,500 - to passengers who volunteer to give up their place on overbooked planes opinion.
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Is Borat still inspiring people to do dumb sh*t more than ten years on? When an unknown passenger threw two chickens on to a packed train in Sydney, Australia, before fleeing on Wednesday, it seemed a lot like an act of absurdist comedy. But it's a mystery really. SEE ALSO: Even James Blunt is sick of 'You're Beautiful' The chickens, which appeared to be a white silky and Rhode Island red, were left hanging on the floor of the carriage until two nice people picked them up and took them to train staff. "He just dumped them," an unnamed woman holding one of the chickens told 7 News . While not as chaotic, is certainly shares some similarities to THAT Borat scene . Read more... More about Animals , Chickens , Chicken , Trains , and Train
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