Channel 4
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must do it efficiently. He has to be able to run it profitably, satisfy customers and do it in an environment where competition is intense and he has carriers like Ryanair snapping at his heels. It's harder to compete on price and some estimates say you could have cost is off of £100 million
BBC News 24
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of 1965. If it wasn't for President Kennedy having appointed his brother Bobby to the Attorney General, no previous administration had phoned the enforcement ability to bring these important statutes to life -- found the ability. It gives someone like me who dreams of working in that building behind me, the opportunity to go to law school and college and achieve the American dream so he means so much to me for what he was able to do to really free so many people of colour in the United States at.
Channel 4
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control our borders and Theresa May as Home Secretary Broughton acts which saw immigration coming down in the last set of figures. It didn't! Through control of our borders will be able to do that. Biggar tens of thousands she said and.
Channel 4
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things for me personally and people in a final salary pension should be able to afford those themselves unsure. Obviously you have worked and worked really hard so I think even though you might not need those things I think that you deserve them
Channel 4
an hour
this operation. Remember, this is silly elaboration. We are still seeing arrests being made. It's right that MI5 are going to be able to look back and find out what has happened in the past. But at the moment I will focus on making sure that we get the operation concluded, and successfully so. It continues apace
BBC News 24
an hour
The two leaders are also divided over the situation in Ukraine with the Russian president condemning the sanctions imposed on his country as a result of the crisis the sanctions against Russia are not helping to find a solution to Ukraine. We must fight to list these economic restrictions. This is the only way we can be more free and be able to restore peace in the region. Mr Putin also.
BBC One Wales
an hour
here because of what the Welsh scheme could offer. After passing all the exams and getting registered it's very difficult to find a job. Also it's very difficult to find the references required for the job. So by providing this opportunity for me and other refugee doctors we were able to find references, we were able to refresh our skills.
BBC One London
an hour
to be able to challenge those two parties as well. Thank you very much. I will definitely bear you in mind. Thank you very much. New bin collections from the local Liberal Democrat council have caused real problems here. There are also concerns that services at the local.
France 24
an hour
Under a dual onslaught of global warming and localised, urban heating, some of the world's cities may be as much as eight degrees Celsius (14.4 degrees Fahrenheit) warmer by 2100, researchers warned Monday. Such a temperature spike can have dire consequences for the health of city-dwellers, robbing companies and industries of able workers, and put pressure on already strained natural resources such as water. The projection is based on the worst-case-scenario assumption that emissions of planet-warming greenhouse gases continue to rise throughout the 21st century. The top quarter of most populated cities, in this scenario, could see the mercury rise 7 C or more by century's end, said a study in the journal Nature Climate Change. For some, nearly 5 C of the total would be attributed to average global warming. The rest would be due to the so-called Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect, which occurs when cooling parks, dams and lakes are replaced by heat-conducting concrete and asphalt -- making cities warmer than their surrounds, the researcher said.
BBC News 24
an hour
to be a freak accident, an investigation is underway and they hope more details can be investigation is underway and they hope more details can be announced as soon as they are able. At no point did any and all is explained the enclosures, and at no point was public safety the enclosures, and at no point was public safety endangered. They also save the zoo public safety endangered. They also save the zoo will be closed tomorrow. The police, you can save the zoo will be closed.
BBC Parliament
an hour
do better to stop terrorists being able to use it. In your interview in the Mail on Sunday, you were asked whether getting a Labour government would lead to more people being killed by terrorists, do you stand by that? Look at the evidence. Jeremy Corbyn, Diane Look at the evidence. Jeremy Corbyn,.
The Guardian
an hour
It is now the conventional wisdom in Germany that the US can no longer be wholly relied on. This is bad news for everyone Angela Merkel’s matter of fact statement that Europe can no longer wholly trust Donald Trump’s Americaadding that this had become clear to her during the meetings on his European trip – is on one level unsurprising. Is there anyone who met the president on his recent foreign tour who felt better able to trust him as a result? There may be those, like the Saudis, who feel they got what they wanted from him, but not even they can feel they can rely on him. There is a horrible irony in the reported remarks of a “senior administration official” after the G7 meeting, that: “This was a summit in which the goals and priorities of the United States and the president really were felt deeply ... Mr Trump has changed the way many people around the world are thinking of these issues.
BBC Parliament
an hour
more legislation needed currently. -- much you were. I think we have the tools in place at the moment. The last and we talked after another terrorist attack in London, we had a discussion about end to end encryption. There was able discussion about end to end encryption. There was able lotta comment afterwards about what was possible and was not possible. Can I ask you to explain what your proposal is now? We are making progress.
Open Culture
2 hours
" And, by the end of the course, students should be able "to develop intelligent systems by assembling solutions to concrete computational problems; understand the role of knowledge representation, problem solving, and learning in intelligent-system engineering; and appreciate the role of problem solving, vision, and language in understanding human intelligence from a computational perspective." Taught by Prof. Patrick Henry Winston , the lectures can all be viewed above. Or watch them on YouTube and iTunes . Related course materials (including a syllabus ) can be found on this MIT website . The textbook, available on Amazon , was written by Professor Winston. Follow Open Culture on Facebook and Twitter and share intelligent media with your friends. Or better yet, sign up for our daily email and get a daily dose of Open Culture in your inbox. If you'd like to support Open Culture and our mission, please consider making a donation to our site .
BBC News 24
2 hours
It is now reviewing the way it assessed Salman Abedi. The Home Secretary has refused to be drawn on possible missed opportunities. to be drawn on possible It is right that MI5 are going to be able to look back and find out what has happened in the past. able to look back and find out.
BBC News 24
2 hours
And yesterday we were able to reach out to most of the customers electronically. I've been to terminal five, terminal three between picket time yesterday and this morning. I've been answering personally e-mails from passages that.
BBC News 24
2 hours
were there is a disruption or delay or cancellation. Just right there and then on Saturday, it was a big problem. From Saturday night, many of those messages were starting to come through. We began to be able to tell the people
The Event Chronicle
2 hours
Then, as they move around to the side and back of the Sun (as viewed from Earth; the Sun rotates on its axis and of course Earth revolves around the Sun), these same sunspots begin firing again, increasing their activity dramatically. It is as if the Sun is aware of Earth’s presence and is attempting to avoid spewing a major solar outburst (whether a solar flare, CME, or some other type of solar eruption) directly at us. Katie is not the only observer to comment anecdotally on this apparent pattern; 9 others have independently suggested, perhaps in jest, that our Sun is consciously attempting to protect us from being hit by a major solar outburst. In analogy, imagine a person who is about to sneeze, but is able to hold it long enough to turn away and avoid sneezing on someone else. This may seem like a very weak basis for suggesting our Sun has the property of consciousness, but there is additional evidence.
ABC News - United States
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BBC Parliament
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pathway that this stuff leads to. It is more about examining what powers you have and how much progress you will be able to make. The government says there are up to 23,000 terrorist attack is in this country. 3000 of those a serious threat
France 24
3 hours
But we must know, we have to fight for our own future," she said. In response to Merkel's comments, Britain said it would be a "strong partner" to Germany. "As we begin the negotiations about leaving the EU, we will be able to reassure Germany and other European countries that we are going to be a strong partner to them in defence and security and, we hope, in trade," British Interior Minister Amber Rudd told BBC radio. "We can reassure Mrs Merkel that we want to have a deep and special partnership so that we can continue to maintain European-wide security to keep us all safe from the terrorists abroad and those that are trying to be nurtured in our country," she said. Separately, France's Defence Minister Sylvie Goulard said that Trump's broadside at NATO allies could boost efforts toward a common European defence policy. "At a time when we want to take steps forward for Europe and its defence, it is a spur," said Goulard.
Apartment Therapy
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BBC News 24
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He wasn't considered an immediate threat. The Home Secretary has refused to be drawn on possible missed opportunities. This is still a live operation, arrests are still being made. It is right MI5 will be able to look back and find out what has happened in the past, but at the moment I will focus on making sure we get the operation concluded and successfully so
Mondoweiss
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The construction of the Onbaşı Hasan' Mosque (Corporal Hasan), named after an Ottoman soldier who stayed behind to defend the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the British occupation of Jerusalem, lasted nearly six months starting last November. The IHH has provided a large number of services and humanitarian assistance to Gaza since the 2008 assault and to this very moment. However, I think the biggest help we have provided is building this mosque, the IHH Gaza Representative Muhammed Kaya said. Kaya went on to say that he was proud that despite Israel's restrictions on the Adhan, the Islamic call to prayer, would still be heard in Gaza. The main goal of the construction of the mosque is to create a new generation which is able to bring unity to Islam and free Palestine, Kaya added. The IHH is a Turkish non-governmental organization established in 1992, which is involved in humanitarian activities in 135 countries and territories.