Channel 4
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They say you must agree the money first. You are saying you will not agree to pay a large bill to the EU until the negotiations are finished. Of the EU has said nothing is agreed until.
Mondoweiss
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” I attended AMHSI in 1986 when I was 16 years oldmy first trip to Israelduring the summer in between 11th and 12th grade. Max, a friend of mine from the Zionist socialist Jewish camp we attended, Habonim, persuaded me to attend the program. “It’s like camp,” he said, “but in Israel.” It seemed a natural progression to go from the Jewish camp that simulated living in Israel to the real thing. After years of nationalist foreplay at the camp in Michigan, I’d finally consummate my love by setting foot on the land. I sold the trip to my father by emphasizing the “academic experience” part of the eight-week program. We’d study in the mornings, I explained to him, and then visit the places we learned about in the afternoons. I could even get high school credit, I told him. Although I knew we werent poor, I also knew we werent swimming in money.
The Iran Project
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The Northern Echo
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MONEY talks. They were the first words of the song played immediately after Darlington’s season came to a sobering end at Salford City, and they could not have been more apt.
Sky News
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Labour, Liberal Democrat and Conservative voters. They sense the Prime Minister is trying to save money on their pensions. Will that cost her their votes? I don't think it will affect the vote. The issue here really, everyone thinks it's about.
Auto Express
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Is it really the case that a supercar manufacturer occasionally deals with a would-be client who argues he could do with an expensive painting or sculpture instead of yet another supercar? “Yes, that’s true. But I tell the client that if he buys a Rimac he can drive it and position it as a piece of art in the home, on the drive, in the garage or car collection or wherever. A lot of time, effort, passion and money is invested in producing our cars,” the most articulate and convincing saleswoman I’ve ever met in the global auto industry rightly says. I just pray a giant, wealthy predator like VW Group doesnt swoop in and grab her impressive but comparatively tiny Croatia-based company. Mind you, she’d probably prove to be a better VW chief than its disgraced and departed chairman, Martin Winterkorn of Dieselgate fame. Do you agree with Mike? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below... Mike Rutherford
BBC News 24
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is we are able to have the strong... You definitely won't raise VAT, that is a 100% commitment? Where, then, will extra money come from to pay for schools,.
BBC Two England
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a full frame made at any time, Mark Selby was favourite and if it goes 6-2, I think you would go even money
BBC Two England
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money. -- the best of 35
BBC News 24
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His projector catches fire and they have to start finding new ways to work together. The ex-wife is putting an enormous amount of financial pressure on them, on the father. She has basically given him an ultimatum that unless he pays X amount of money, he's not going to have custody of his child any more. That's why he goes to the great extents of bootlegging movies.
Money News Companies
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Money News Investing
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Money News Steet Talk
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Mondoweiss
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” I attended AMHSI in 1986 when I was 16 years oldmy first trip to Israelduring the summer in between 11th and 12th grade. Max, a friend of mine from the Zionist socialist Jewish camp we attended, Habonim, persuaded me to attend the program. “It’s like camp,” he said, “but in Israel.” It seemed a natural progression to go from the Jewish camp that simulated living in Israel to the real thing. After years of nationalist foreplay at the camp in Michigan, I’d finally consummate my love by setting foot on the land. I sold the trip to my father by emphasizing the “academic experience” part of the eight-week program. We’d study in the mornings, I explained to him, and then visit the places we learned about in the afternoons. I could even get high school credit, I told him. Although I knew we werent poor, I also knew we werent swimming in money.
BBC News 24
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And the fire was still burning. I don't box just for the belts, I don't box just for money. I just enjoy it. I don't feel like someone who lost
Money News Steet Talk
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Daily Mail - Money
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The Economic Times
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BoingBoing
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Justin Rhodes profiles an urban market gardener who leases other people's residential yards for planting produce, which he harvests and sells up and down the east coast of the United States. He makes over $5,000 a month. (more)
BBC News 24
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We won't be increasing VAT, but what I want to ensure is we are able to have the strong... You definitely won't raise VAT, that is a 100% commitment? Where will extra money come from to pay for schools, hospitals and social care?.
Sky News
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They are 330 quid and caked in mud and a big fashion statement although quite a lot of legitimate builders have said it is rather ironic that people should be spending this money. Those ripped jeans, I find extraordinary. Do either of you wear those? Not now at this age. Maybe when I was younger
Sky News
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that we can see before us. Essentially this is a funny story because Tinder and similar sites get a bad reputation and what they are trying to do is raise money for conservation and I think that is important, for conservation
Leicester Mercury
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Hundreds of people took part in one of the most colourful fund-raising events in the city - getting covered in powdered paint as they ran around Victoria Park. The annual fun-filled Colour Blast Dash was held today with a best ever turn out of 1,200 runners. The race raised money for Leicester-based charity The Laura Centre, which helps people struggling with grief and specialises in helping children who have lost a parent. It is expected that today's event raised more than...
Sky News
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Twitter is having some difficult financial times. One of their ways of making money is to sell data on its users, to companies. It is refusing to provide data to security services. You wonder whether it is because they don't want to have a name for helping governments track Twitter users