Apartment Therapy
12 minutes
BBC Two England
29 minutes
That was the only thing he had to do, was avoid the kiss. Someone of his quality you didn't expect him to run into the brown. Didn't make the most of that opportunity.
BBC Two England
29 minutes
He didn't finish too good on that red. He is going to play the blue. Has to avoid the cannon on the brown. Don't think it would be a problem. Well, I said it wouldn't be a problem! He will be disappointed with that.
BBC Parliament
30 minutes
It's long overdue and it is very much welcome. It sends a strong message from this House that equality is a key aspect of Britain's modern society and key aspect of our industrial bus. -- practice. It repealed some erroneous provisions in a previous act and anyone investigating the log, looking through Hansard, the statute book, would avoid confusion, making sure no one misinterprets those provisions as being any way representative of the modern diverse society that Britain is today of the modern, diverse profession that the Merchant Navy is today.
BBC Parliament
39 minutes
Any artificial barriers to employment that may be construed from the 1994 Act are simply very unhelpful indeed. I believe that laws should be clear and precise, so even though we are not faced with an enormous practical problem, in terms of vast numbers, it is necessary to look at the statute book to avoid confusion.
ABC News - Australia
40 minutes
Daily Mail - USA
an hour
Former New York Jets defensive line backer Mark Gastineau has said he wants to work with you footballers to help them avoid head injuries and concussion to prevent problems in later life.
Inc.
an hour
You won't get the response you're looking for. Or any response at all.
Daily Mail - Home
an hour
Both by-elections will be held on February 23, Labour party insiders revealed today. They are rushing to hold the votes to avoid humiliating defeats, with strong opposition from the Tories and Ukip.
Radar Online
2 hours
When the officer attempted to detain her, she screamed, “You can’t arrest me, I’ve done nothing wrong!” “Nakagawa began to turn in a circle to avoid me handcuffing her other hand,” he wrote. “I handcuffed Nakagawa with both hands behind her back.” As the officer attempted to escort her to the security office, she tried to walk in the opposite direction to avoid going to the office. PHOTOS: Happy Gwen Stefani Hits The Studio Amid Ex Gavin Nanny Scandaling Amid Split With Gavin RossdaleNakagawa was yelling at me the entire way ,” the report read. “When we got to the security office, Nakagawa kept trying to look back at me while she was yelling. Fearing that Nakagawa would attempt to spit on me, I used my forearm to hold Nakagawa up against the wall.” That’s when Nakagawa reportedly yelled at the officer, “You gonna rape me now? You f****r!” When she attempted to get in his face again, the officer grabbed her arm and “swept her feet out from under her.
WhoWhatWhy
2 hours
Thus far, charters have been able to avoid compliance with the IDEA, which is the Individual Disability Education Act; that’s special education for children with handicaps. Many charters dont take children with severe disabilities because they say they dont have the staff or facilities to deal with it but under federal law, that’s just an excuse. You can’t get away with that. Many charters have excluded kids who are English Language Learners because they dont have the staff for that. So I think that if Devos gets in and she capitulates as many in the Congress believes she must, to imposing federal mandates, then the charters will be just as regulated as the public schools. Jeff Schechtman: What also was troubling in her hearing was the fact that she didnt even seem to have an understanding of what IDEA was. Diane Ravitch: No, she did not know and she got confused.
Social Media Today
2 hours
Knowing some of the most common social media mistakes - and learning how to avoid them - can help your company build lasting relationships with your audience and potential customers.
The Economic Times
2 hours
Avoid spending rush in March qtr: FinMin to deptsThis was conveyed to the officials of other ministries during the discussion on revised estimates for current year and budget proposals for next financial year.
Techradar
2 hours
The good news is you can easily hide them away in a box, in a cupboard or at the bottom of the ocean. The bad news is PhotoScan by Google brings them into the digital world, where theyll never be more than a click away - so please think about your future self when digitizing your images. Follow some simple instructions, which basically involve moving your phone over an image, so the camera lens can clearly see all the different parts of it, and it will be immortalized in digital form and ready for sharing on social media. PhotoScan has some clever tricks up its sleeve too, allowing it to enhance images, avoid glare, and crop and straighten shots, so that the finished product really is like a digital photo, rather than just a snapshot of a snapshot. Its all very quick and easy, which sadly means theres no forgetting those baggy jeans and nineties haircuts if youre hell-bent on documenting your entire drawer of old photos.
The Week
2 hours
Daily Express
2 hours
Sky News
3 hours
-- within. Ready to move to the state house, and presumably arrest Jammeh, if he does not move peacefully. The movements of those troops have been halted for now, to try to give Jammeh the option of moving out peacefully. What they are desperately trying to avoid, any bloodshed. But also showing that they are of stiff resolve to remove them if he does not do that himself.
Washington Free Beacon
3 hours
If you care about M. Night Shyamalan's movies and hope to avoid having his latest film spoiled for you—and its twist will be spoiled for you on Twitter or Facebook or somewhere else; it's too good not to share—then you have to see Split on its opening weekend. In fact, you should leave work or home or wherever you are and hit up a multiplex now. But I realize that's a big ask. After all, who cares about M. Night Shyamalan movies anymore? It's hard to think of a director who burned so brightly before spectacularly flaming out. Shyamalan burst onto the scene in 1999 with The Sixth Sense , a worldwide box office smash and that rare horror film to be nominated for a best picture statue at the Oscars. What made The Sixth Sense so memorable was its surprise ending, of course. But, if you go back and watch it again, the film endures because it's beautifully put together and has a solid emotional core.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
Both the code of conduct and the guidance of eliminating shipboard harassment and bullying making it clear that LGBT people are welcome inside the merchant Navy. Any suggestion to the contrary is clearly wrong, and efforts to avoid any potential misunderstanding by removing these references from the statute book will I am sure received the support of the industry.
Washington Free Beacon
3 hours
If you care about M. Night Shyamalan's movies and hope to avoid having his latest film spoiled for you—and its twist will be spoiled for you on Twitter or Facebook or somewhere else; it's too good not to share—then you have to see Split on its opening weekend. In fact, you should leave work or home or wherever you are and hit up a multiplex now. But I realize that's a big ask. After all, who cares about M. Night Shyamalan movies anymore? It's hard to think of a director who burned so brightly before spectacularly flaming out. Shyamalan burst onto the scene in 1999 with The Sixth Sense , a worldwide box office smash and that rare horror film to be nominated for a best picture statue at the Oscars. What made The Sixth Sense so memorable was its surprise ending, of course. But, if you go back and watch it again, the film endures because it's beautifully put together and has a solid emotional core.
Auto Express
5 hours
No two Rolls-Royces are exactly alike, and here’s some of the most interesting cars that the company’s Bespoke division created in 2016 2017-01-20 08:00 The super-rich of the world know that the way to display true wealth in your choice of vehicle is to drive something that nobody else has got. Like turning up at a celebrity party wearing­­­­ the same dress as another guest, driving the same car as a fellow motorist is a fashion faux pas that the world’s millionaires and billionaires can afford to avoid by speccing their own extravagantly individual vehicles. And nobody does bespoke like Rolls-Royce . The company has been serving up a blank canvas to the great and good (and rich) of the world since the very early days of motoring, when Rolls-Royce provided just the chassis and running gear. From there, customers chose an independent coachbuilder and were able to intricately tweak the design of their new car to their own specification.
Voice Of America
5 hours
A surge in piracy to the west of the Philippines is forcing shipowners to divert vessels through other waters, adding to their costs and the time it takes to transport goods such as Australian iron ore to key Asian destinations. There have been 16 attacks since last March on ships in the Sulu and Celebes seas, through which about $40 billion worth of cargo passes each year, according to the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP). That government-backed anti-piracy organization says over a dozen crewmembers being held hostage by Filipino Abu Sayyaf militants, all from ships sailing through the Sulu and Celebes seas. Piracy hotspot “The Sulu/Celebes area is the world’s fastest growing piracy hotspot, with violent attacks on commercial vessels and their crews, and an increasingly successful kidnap and ransom business model,” said Gerry Northwood, chief operating officer at armed guard company Maritime Asset Security and Training (MAST).
ITV
6 hours
Footage recorded by a news helicopter shows a heavily damaged car. Officers can also be seen standing over a man lying on the pavement. Handcuffed behind his back. At this present stage we ask the public to avoid the city. It is going to take us a really long time to process this region.
Daily Mail - Money
7 hours
Without paying off a large part of their existing buy-to-let mortgage, landlords could find they are forced to sell up altogether to avoid falling behind on their mortgage repayments.