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The Takata airbag recall is the largest in automotive history, and affects 100million cars. Over 46,604 UK Toyota cars are affected by the Takata airbag issue; 100million cars are embroiled globally Toyota is recalling 2.9million cars globally in the midst of the Takata airbag issue, which affects around 100million cars in total, reports Reuters . 46,604 cars in the UK are affected, and are limited to 13,890 Auris and 32,714 Yaris models. Affected cars were built between December 2002 and March 2004, and February 2007 and December 2012. The recall concerns airbag inflators which if exposed to heat over a prolonged period, could explode with too much force, or deploy inadvertently. Toyota is working with the DVLA to determine affected cars, and the timeframe of the total recall is uncertain, as owners may not immediately act upon the recall. The fix, depending on the model, takes between 30 minutes and three hours, and can be carried out at ownerslocal Toyota dealer.
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Katie Waissel accused her husband Brian Moote of 'cheating' [WENN] Katie Waissel’s mother Diana has urged the former X Factor star to return to the UK after she accused her ex Brian Moote of cheating on her "with one of their neighbours". According to The Sun, the singer’s mum took to Facebook after Katie shared a public post on the claims, writing: "Time to come home please." It comes just days after Katie, who split from Brian in December 2016, claimed that he was ...
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government in court, reiterated by the Europe minister, the protocol confirms that since the charter creates no rights or circumstances in which the rights can be relied upon before the courts, it does not change the status quo. The white paper in 2007 said the same and only last year in December, I think, the Joint Committee on Human Rights reiterated that understanding. We looked at that very carefully. As you might understand and appreciate, this is an area that I took very.
BBC News 24
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confirms that the Charter creates no rights or circumstances and does not change the status quo. The White Paper of 2007 said the same and only last year in December, the joint committee on human rights reiterated that understanding. We look at that very careful, because this is an API to Betty sees using indeed
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Minister. It does not change the status quo. The White Paper of 2000 same and only last year in December the joint committee on human rights abuse directed that understanding
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Ian Holloway has warned Derby County that his Queens Park Rangers team is stronger now than it was when the Rams won at Loftus Road earlier this season.Derby beat QPR 1-0 in December thanks to a late strike by Tom Ince.It was a seventh consecutive win at the time under Steve McClaren and left the Rams fifth in the Championship.QPR sat 18th and 12 points behind the Rams.That gap has closed to three ahead of tomorrow night's clash at Pride Park Stadium.READ MORE: Gary Rowett highlights what...
Derby Telegraph
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Ian Holloway was never short of an opinion on Derby County when he was a Sky Sports' pundit earlier this season.Holloway is now the manager at Queens Park Rangers, who face the Rams at Pride Park Stadium tomorrow night (7.45pm). Derby beat Holloway's side at Loftus Road back in December, when a late strike from Tom Ince sealed a 1-0 win.But turn the clock back to September before Derby's Championship clash at Cardiff - which came only hours after manager Nigel Pearson was suspended - Holloway...
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This disparity, combined with the fact that Spotify has much more monthly sessions, indicates that although lots of people are occasionally opening the Apple Music app, people are returning to the Spotify app much more frequently over the course of themonth. This could explain why Apple Musics numbers are so high in this reportwhile Spotify still appears to dominate the streaminglandscape. Secondly we should consider how Verto acquired this data. According to their own research methodology, this was based on recording the usage data of a select sample of users. If this sample is of a biased selection of users then the overall data will be inaccurate. Our scepticism is shared by MusicAlly , which notes that Apple claimed that it had 20 million paying subscribers in December 2016 with 50% of these located outside of the US.
Western Morning News
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Ian Holloway has warned Derby County that his Queens Park Rangers team is stronger now than it was when the Rams won at Loftus Road earlier this season.Derby beat QPR 1-0 in December thanks to a late strike by Tom Ince.It was a seventh consecutive win at the time under Steve McClaren and left the Rams fifth in the Championship.QPR sat 18th and 12 points behind the Rams.That gap has closed to three ahead of tomorrow night's clash at Pride Park Stadium.READ MORE: Gary Rowett highlights what...
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To make sure we’re all on the same page, Twitter Rules specifically prohibit the kind of abuse we’re talking about here -- threats, hate speech, impersonation, and harassment on the basis of usersrace, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, ability, disease, or nationality. However, until changes as recent as March 1, 2017 , there havent been a lot of options for users who are being targeted to report and stop the abuse. In December 2016, Dorsey asked for general user feedback -- where else, but on Twitter: Following in the footsteps of Brian Chesky: what's the most important thing you want to see Twitter improve or create in 2017? #Twitter2017jack (@jack) December 29, 2016 A lot of people asked for the ability to edit tweets (I want that capability myself), but a huge portion of responses centered around harassment: providing more and better capabilities for users to stop and report it, more transparency into how abuse is handled by Twitter, and more swift punishment and suspension of repeat offenders.
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expect to be questioned at the very least when you come back. In a statement the police told me those who've committed criminal offences can expect to be prosecuted. However any December six on whether to prosecution will be taken by the CPS on a case by case basis -- however any.
Al Jazeera
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Hundreds of women's police stations have been set up across India to combat domestic abuse and sexual violence, following the Delhi rape case in December 2012. Parmila Dalal is second-in-command at the women's police station in Sonipat, in the northern state of Haryana. Every day she has to deal with the cases the public bring to her. She encounters family members at war over such contentious matters as caste, dowry payment and relations with abusive in-laws. India's Ladycops reveals how women's lives are changing in India today, and how they often struggle to reconcile the conflicting demands made upon them. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
South China Morning Post
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More than 100 foreigners died in the past two years in Malaysias immigration detention centres from various diseases and unknown causes, according to documents from the governmentfunded National Human Rights Commission. The toll, which has not been previously disclosed, is based on Malaysian immigration department data provided to the commission, which is known by its Malay acronym Suhakam. There were 83 deaths in 2015, and at least 35 in 2016 up to December 20. Rohingya refugees...
Derby Telegraph
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Ernest Redfern, of Allestree, shares more memories of his wartime childhood living in the old West End of Derby: IT was around December of 1944 that my mother became seriously ill. I remember having to fetch medication for her and delivering it up to her bedroom at our Bridge Street home whilst she was unwell.At the time, not knowing anything of her illness, I thought how well she looked because her skin looked brown. Now, I realise she was obviously jaundiced. Because of Mum's health, the...
KyivPost
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Crown Agents said that these are medicines which will expire on April 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017. Crown Agents said that some medicines that will be replaced were delivered to hospitals in May-June 2016. The need for replacement obviously places a certain financial burden on the company; however, we pride ourselves on honoring unequivocally every obligation we take upon ourselves, Crown Agents said. Crown Agents has already started negotiations with the manufacturers and suppliers to agree a timetable for the replacement products. The medicines withdrawn during the replacement process will be destroyed and the replacements, of fresh manufacture, will require a delivery lead time. The post Crown Agents to replace some medicines ordered by Health Ministry appeared first on KyivPost .
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"Through this two plants, it will help increase the distributable capacity of water to consumers while waiting for the completion of the Langat 2 project," he said. Zaidy said the Semenyih 2 plant is expected to be completed by December 2017 with a capacity of 100 million litres per day (mld), while the Labohan Dagang plant is expected to be completed by December 2018 with a 200mld capacity. He said the state government is striving to achieve its target of 15% water reserves to ensure the state would not have to go through water rationing.