The Herald - Sport
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The 500 Club on the European Tour is a select gathering of bodies who have achieved something that not many have managed. It’s a bit like the Mile High Club … but without a reprimand from the Civil Aviation Authority.
BBC One London
15 minutes
Looking for Waterfall. And racket. -- racket. Mick McCarthy will be pleased that they've drawn a bit of the Lincoln staying in what is a very tricky replay. He will say how many chances have Lincoln created? He will be a lot happier now than in the first five or ten minutes.
BBC News 24
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Damian Grammaticas is in Strasbourg where the European Parliament is based some of the time. Here's more on the reaction inside the EU. The view here looking at this speed is that the first of all this has given a little bit more clarity, at not very much, from the EU side.
BBC News 24
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So what Theresa May is saying is that Britain, and again, this is part of her overall rhetoric, is that Britain would need something, guess what, uniquely British. Not in the single market, not in the customs union, but maybe something that sort of looks a bit like it. Some reaction from people inside the European Union. Article 50 has to pitch triggered by the UK before formal negotiations can begin.
Sky News
18 minutes
The UK will embrace its new place in the world with optimism, strength and confidence. Thank you, Mr Speaker. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn listened intently to the PM with this team. They were still vague in the defence of the single market, focusing on the threats made to the EU. Throughout the speech there seem to be an implied threat that somewhere along the line, if all her optimism of a deal with the European Union didn't work, we would move into a low tax, corporate taxation bargain basement economy on the dues of Europe, and I think she needs to be a bit clearer about what the long-term objectives are.
Petrolicious
20 minutes
Sky News
20 minutes
The Prime Minister leaves this seat of British diplomacy with a plan. But the end point in this negotiation is not just down to the UK. Can she persuade EU partners to have a little bit, elements of the single market, replicated in the new deal and some important aspects of the customs union too? Westminster also now more clearly in the picture and more firmly involved in the Article 50 process, although after the speech, opposition to single market exit was relatively muted from Labour.
E! News
22 minutes
DNews
23 minutes
We know the placebo effect works, but researchers are starting to figure out exactly why and how doctors could use it to treat patients. Does The Placebo Effect Work On You? - https://youtu.be/qXrXUwyhuEg Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http://bit.ly/1UO1PxI Read More: Placebo Effect May Account for Half of Drug's Efficacy http://www.livescience.com/42430-placebo-effect-half-of-drug-efficacy.html "Even when a medication works, half of its impact on a patient may be due to one aspect of the placebo effect: the positive message that a doctor provides when prescribing the treatment, according to a new study." Scientists have identified a part of the brain responsible for the placebo effect http://www.sciencealert.com/scientists-have-found-the-spot-in-the-brain-responsible-for-the-placebo-effect "Scientists think they've located a region of the brain that's linked to the placebo effect - a psychological phenomenon where patients feel better because they think they've been given real drugs, when in fact all they've been given is sugar pills.
Hackaday
23 minutes
1980s American teenagers, if they were lucky enough to attend a school with a computer lab, would have sat down in front of Apple IIs or maybe Commodore VIC20s. Similarly, their British cousins had BBC Micros. Solid and educational machines with all sorts of wholesome software, which of course the kids absolutely preferred to run in preference to playing computer games. New Zealanders, at least a few of them, had the Poly-1. A footnote in the 8-bit microcomputer story, this was a home-grown computer with a built-in monitor clad in a futuristic one-piece plastic shell. Non-Kiwis never had the chance to encounter its 6809 processor and 64k of RAM, the global computer business being too great a challenge for a small New Zealand technology company, especially one whose government support had evaporated. Decades after the end of Poly-1 production, some survive in the hands of enthusiasts.
BBC One London
32 minutes
Matt Reid will drop in almost to the number 10 role. It's been a feature of their play this season. We saw him a bit deeper there. A good touch from Leon Best.
BBC News 24
37 minutes
You brought Ali with you. I thought HARDtalk, who's harder than Bruce. It's a great cue, actually because we want to show everybody a little bit of your dance, some of the stuff you have done. Perhaps your most autobiographical work was Kaash, which took you, in a way, back to Bangladesh.
Channel4 News
39 minutes
Given the alternative to the deal could be no deal at all that strikes some Labour MPs as a puny gain. In his statement to the Commons just after the Theresa May speech , David Davis said he thought that there was plenty of wriggle room in the constraints on Britain to negotiate trade deals while it is still in the EU customs union and (it's long been argued) effectively prohibited from doing so. Mr Davis told the Commons that (under the Duty of Sincere Cooperation) the UK could get trade talks primed and virtually ready to sign the moment Brexit happened as long as the UK doesn't tread on EU feet, jeopardising their own interests. It sounds a bit as though the UK will be testing how far they can push this. Theresa May had come to the very location for the April 1988 speech that Margaret Thatcher gave extolling the virtues of the Single Market, evangelising for the business access it would bring, the smashing of trade barriers.
BBC News 24
40 minutes
So, for a year I was hiding out in my dad's garage. Doing what? Training in Indian classical dance and that is my talent, I did ten hours a day. Wow, entirely in secret, private just for yourself? Yes, that was my form of escape. I just wanted to get really good at it, I just became obsessed by it, I was fascinated by Kathak, north Indian classical dance. And yet, if we fast forward a little bit to get to where your career begins to take off you actually entered a very different environment of very, very contemporary, edgy, current Western dance.
Ars Technica
an hour
Enlarge / The Halley VI Research Station prior to relocation. (credit: British Antarctic Survey ) Running a research station in the extreme conditions of Antarctica comes with a long list of logistical challenges. Keeping people alive is obviously job one, but the buildings themselves need looking after, too—especially if you're trying to maintain a station on a floating ice shelf. And a floating ice shelf is where the UK’s Halley Research Station has been since 1956, or rather, where all six incarnations of the Halley Research Station have been. In 2002, when the UK realized that Halley V was doomed to reach the dangerous end of the floating conveyor belt of ice soon, its researchers opted for a change from the series of simple, temporary structures they had built. Instead, they designed a set of portable buildings. Looking a bit like a giant cross between Lego bricks and a caterpillar, Halley VI is a series of buildings on stilts and skis that can be hauled around with a big enough tractor.
BBC One London
an hour
Very much their danger man. Opens things up to manual but drops a little bit short. Hawkridge winning it back and they look to counter quickly.
BBC One London
an hour
His third appearance of the season. There does not seem to be a great deal of pace in the Ipswich midfield trio. What do you think? Mick McCarthy has gone for experience, in the first game he felt it was a bit lightweight in the midfield area. That is a good throw out to Lawrence.
Adweek
an hour
Coles news, which came on the first day of an eight-week shoot, really sent everybody into quite a tailspin, said Rob Bagshaw, the shows executive producer. We follow that story through. And Coles will still be omnipresent on the series. Coles, a two - time Adweek Editor of the Year, called the show an office family drama, with a bit of a twist: Because we constantly feature models, male models and female models, theres a lot of semi-nudity. Asked about the early So Cosmo footage, which features plenty of editors who are partying and socializing, Coles explained, We need the alcohol to get through! She said that the editors have similar lifestyles to Cosmo readers themselves. Beyond that, the drinks are literally a coping mechanism, because its so busy and the industry is so disruptive.
NBC News
an hour
Sky News
2 hours
It is good warning from the ocean. Alex Thomson documented his voyage with updates from on-board his boat. It is Saturday morning. I have a bit of breeze.
NBC News
2 hours
BBC News 24
2 hours
Margaret Thatcher introduced the legislation in the UK, the single market act in the mid-19 80s. So before then that is what we had, a customs union. What the Prime Minister is talking about are trying to bury that little bit, but customs union has a common external tariff so we agree with all the other European countries what the tariffs against the rest of the world would be.
NBC News
2 hours
Sky News
2 hours
He is poking fun at this and using it to undermine the credibility of the Obama administration who he says had a hand in this, they deny. Giving the Obama administration a bit of a kicking on the way out and on the way out they are giving counterpunch is not only from the White House press secretary but America's outgoing ambassador to the UN, who gave a blistering speech in Washington, where she launched a scathing attack on Russia, whom she accused of tearing down the world order.