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This rumor has been going on for years, but 2017 might be the year of peer-to-peer Apple Pay. According to a new report from Recode, the company could be launching a new Apple Pay feature later this year so that you can send money to other people using the service. While you all know and use Apple Pay if you have an iPhone and live in one of the countries where it works, Apple Pay has always Read More
Western Morning News
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Residents of a Devon village have taken to the streets en masse to encourage motorists to slow down before there is a serious accident. More than 40 residents of Dartington, near Totnes, felt the traffic problem has got so bad, it is 'an accident waiting to happen' and they had 'no option' but to take action to raise drivers' awareness that the roads are spaces to be shared with cyclists and pedestrians including schoolchildren and dog walkers. In the rush hour, groups walked up and down...
Sky News
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been made, rightly or wrongly, we should go through with it because it is the will of the people. What about the element of undecideds? How do they factor into this? There are still a portion of people who are undecided on this, but.
Sky News
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fewer than one in ten. Lots more still to come and there is no doubt that this will play an important role in the general election campaign, because as I say, the divisions are still there, and so that means that around a third of the people who voted Conservative in the last election voted to remain part.
Sky News
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of the EU. Around two thirds of the people who voted Labour also voted to remain, which leaves one third who voted to leave. How strategically you deal with that during an election campaign will be an interesting challenge for the parties. I think the key on that is a two thirds of people who now.
Sky News
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accept the result and there for will want a result of limited effectively and that is putting very strongly to Mrs May, because when you think, should be have Mrs May negotiating with Mrs Barrable, a or Jeremy Corbyn, everybody, pretty much, says they want Mrs May. And there for, I.
BBC Two England
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Some great tactical play in this opening frame but that earlier break of 63 that paved the way for John Higgins to win.
BBC Two England
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it, he leads one frame to nil. We are settling in to our arena side home for the next five day, you can almost touch the action, we hope it gives you a great view and a sense of what it is about. Settling into this match nicely John Higgins, such a great examples of the great break-building and the.
BBC Two England
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craft. You can expect more of that, as I say the shot selection from both is of the highest quality and then they go and play the shots to the highest quality, you will get a lot of frames that will be tactical. I think more than anything, John Higgins it was the way he hit the ball, that break 63 was beautifully.
BBC Two England
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constructed but well struck, there was nothing that was hit hard or forceful. He has the pace of the table. We talked about having a few nerves but not in evidence. He came in and sat in the chair and wondered what it is about. He is a professional straight in. He seems very excited about his chances this year, he never talks himself up but you.
Apartment Therapy
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IKEA has been selling kitchen cabinets (and countertops) for quite some time, but they also have a full line of appliancesovens, ranges, range hoods, microwaves, dishwashers, and refrigerators — so you can outfit your entire kitchen with pieces from the Swedish retailer. How do IKEA refrigerators stack up against the competition? We did a little research to find out. READ MORE »
BBC News 24
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There is a concern that after 70 years, you had a world order based on certain norms and laws and alliances, whether trade or security alliances. Donald Trump Osman position on that is very different. He once a much more transactional relationship with countries that doesn't necessarily stick to those alliances and I think that's why you hear someone like Richard Haass who is part of the American foreign policy establishment,.
BBC News 24
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expressing concern is not just about the staffing but about what this President wants to do with American leadership. Are we likely to get an ambassador? I think the UK might get one before... Names have been floated around another good start at least. Some of the other countries where perhaps relations are more contentious, which might as you have suggested, South Korea several times, that's where you really need the ambassadors and I haven't even heard names for countries like that
BBC News 24
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This Saturday Donald Trump travels to Pennsylvania to mark the 100th day in office with a night-time rally. At the elections it was a state he flipped from the Democrats to the Republicans. So what are people there saying as he finishes three months in office? The BBC's Laura Trevelyan is in Philadelphia and joins us now
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Haaretz
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Jews make up 74.7 percent of the total, while Arabs account for 20.8 percent
Sky News
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what Mr Twyman has said and what he has said is extremely sensible and right. He movement is within the margin of error. The figure has been very steady, people have not much changed their minds since the 23rd of June. I have a suspicion that the support for Leave is understated because the polls did understated buyer to the.
Sky News
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election, but that is only a suspicion. The people is the two thirds plus of people who are saying, I did it we are in favour of it or that as it has happened, let's get on with it and do it properly. I believe there is a YouGov poll that has showed that people think the government.
Sky News
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ought to get on with it faster and just push ahead, because the decision has been made. Can you corroborate that? Ultimately, what people think more than anything is that democracy will be respected. People have spoken, and yes, while some people, a proportion of.
Sky News
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people disagree with the result, it doesn't mean they disagree with the fact that the decision should now be made, and so there is a respect for the result of the referendum, and that is what is driving this around two thirds of people believing that, yes, now decision has.
Evening Standard - Sport
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USA Today - Top Stories
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Experts say that in the U.K., the perpetrators are mainly young men targeting young men.
BBC Two England
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But the yellow is still sitting in a nice spot. Has he fluked it? That was a total mis-hit from Barry that time and a chance for John to pot this long red and secure this opening frame