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the new funding formula. That is the subject of a consultation at the moment and the Secretary of State will be bringing forward her proposals in due course. I would say to her that they think it is hard to defend the current system under which comparable schools with comparable catchment areas but in different parts of the country can.
Derby Telegraph
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A company has revealed that it will be taking space in a new building at Mercia Marina near Willington - bringing more than 100 jobs to the area.Bionical, which works in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries, already has its global headquarters in a building called The Boardwalk at Findern LaneBut now the company has said it will be expanding into a new £2.5 million building called The Piazza, which is under construction.At present, Bionical, which first took space at the marina in...
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iPad users rejoice. Google, on Wednesday, launched its Calendar app specifically optimized for the iPad. Calendar for iPad Whether you’re jumping from meeting to meeting or on your way to meet a customer—your calendar needs to work for you...anywhere, anytime, Calendar product manager Sharon Stovezky said in a blog post. That’s why today, we’re bringing Google Calendar to the iPad. With the new app, you’ll get all the Calendar features you know and love. You can take advantage of two newish machine intelligence-powered tools Find a time and book a room and Set Goals and achieve them. The Find a time tool enables a more efficient method of scheduling meetings with suggestions on meeting times and available rooms based on your team’s availability and room preferences. The Set Goals feature enables you to add a goal like go to the gym' to Calendar.
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the proper scrutiny process. At those pieces of legislation that hamper British business and make us less competitive. I would've thought everybody would be in favour of making British business more competitive, and bringing more wealth and prosperity into the country. I'm staggered that the Labour apparently isn't
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father was a violent alcoholic. My mum also drank. They both smoked and neither of them showed us any love. I can only describe my childhood as a refuge of I'm so glad that people are bringing this situation into the present day and encouraging others to talk about it
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the region will stop I know about the letter. I discussed the issue gas --. I discussed the issue yesterday. We will be bringing forward our thoughts shortly but I assure him that it is very much top of my mind in the Department
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time, I apologised for my behaviour because I felt like I was bringing the mood down and I just said, I need help, how can I not be having a good time here. You can get in touch and tells.
BBC News 24
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And thanks to Cooper, we would not have known there was a dog in the studio! What a beautiful animal! Thank you for bringing him in as well. Thank you all of you. We can bring you the latest weather now. There is some good.
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because people don't know how to express it sometimes. What did you actually say? I just said I wasn't having a good time, I apologised for bringing the mood down. I said, I need help, how can I not.
Voice Of America
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Autocar
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For those with mobility problems, the autonomous car could revolutionise their lives A new study by the SMMT has found that almost half of people with mobility disabilities will benefit from autonomous cars Half of mobility-limited people and six in ten overall would have a higher quality of life with an autonomous and connected vehicle, a new study conducted by the SMMT has shown. 71% of respondents aged between 17 and 24 saw autonomous cars bringing improvement to their lives – the most positive demographic – although the general population was 56% positive overall. This still leaves 44% not feeling positive. However, trust of the public is often cited as a barrier-to-entry for autonomous cars . The two largest stress-relieving attractions for those surveyed were autonomous braking and self-diagnosis of faults, although the main benefit of those surveyed was the comparative ease of going out; 49% of those with mobility-related disabilities said that an autonomous car would allow them to leave the house more often.
Sky News
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using the Royal prerogative, but for all the talk about bringing back control from the European Union, they are not giving Parliament much of a say in this process. It is the start of a long and fractious journey
The Sun Daily
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The Chams are intimidated by hospitals built by foreigners after the war, that they would rather go to witch doctors and put off seeing a medical doctor until their conditions become chronic. The HBB clinic is run by Cambodians themselves, so these people are more trusting towards them and open to take modern medicine. I would travel to Cambodia to treat patients as well as train the staff once a month. What were the challenges that you had to face in setting up HBB? When HBB started in 2012, it raised a lot of eyebrows – many were sceptical about it. Between 2012 and 2015, most of the work under HBB focused on raising funds and bringing awareness via our Facebook page. With whatever money we had, we did things such as health screenings for the needy. And when we managed to gather enough money, we built the clinic in Cambodia. Once people knew what we were trying to achieve, it was easier to gain their trust and support.
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about bringing back control from the European Union, they are not giving Parliament much of a say in this process. It is the start of a long and fractious journey. Yesterday, the starting pistol was fired, now there is a strenuous race ahead. Live in Downing Street is our Senior Political Correspondent Jason Farrell
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there will be an extra accountant on hand, and electronic devices will be banned backstage. How will an extra accountant help? Whatever the situation, just bringing in another accountant is a good thing. Maybe they could number the envelopes?.
The Economic Times
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"The government doesn't gain anything from the GST paid under the reverse charge mechanism, as the buyer will claim an input credit. Further bringing such a reverse charge defeats the purpose of having a threshold limit for registration," adds Gabhawalla. Even on a formal basis, companies procure some goods from smaller players who will be outside the ambit of the GST system. Given the hassles involved when purchases are made from unregistered sellers, its likely that the business of the smaller players will be hit. The other issue relates to challenges in claiming input tax credit. "A proviso to section 16(2) provides that, failure to make 'payment' to the vendor for supply of goods or services, within 180 days from the issue of invoice, will result in reversal of input tax credit. "The complexity arises because the Bill provides that the amount equal to the input tax credit availed shall be added to the output tax liability together with interest thereon.
Sky News
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As powers flow back to the UK, all the nations will be affected. The government is promising means to correct law at a devolved level. But the SNP is weary of a power grab. There has been all this talk about bringing back control from.
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people being fed, at a pretty good price but the idea of is it a good idea to introduce it? Today, National Kitchens will be introduced for one day only. Doctor Bryce Evans from Liverpool The university, why are we bringing back National Kitchens?.
The Economic Times
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Plenary power will be with Parliament or assemblies. We will have to be guided by the consideration... of the GST Council... Consequences of not accepting recommendations would be then everyone can decide to fix a separate law or rate,” the minister said, adding that allowing for this would create anarchy with 32 assemblies having separate provisions. GST PREPAREDNESS The government has set up working groups to take up issues faced by various industry sectors to ensure smooth transition to the new regime besides the major countrywide outreach programme mentioned above. The technology backbone is approaching readiness with most state governments leading the registration campaign for bringing industry onto the GST tax portal. The GST Council will meet on March 31 to clear the rules and procedures and subsequently begin work on fitting goods and services in the tax slabs.
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Last week, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited Australia. There he announced plans for joint mine, rail and port projects and removed the last restrictions on imports of Australian beef to China, an industry already worth $300 million annually to local ranchers. It is time for China and Australia to enter into an era of free trade across the board, which means that we need to have free trade between our two countries in wider areas, Li told reporters in the Australian capital, Canberra. Lis visit was the latest salvo in a concerted Chinese charm offensive in Australia, one that has taken on new impetus since the election of U.S. President Donald Trump. In one of his first acts, Trump nixed U.S. involvement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade bloc, which the Australian government had lauded as bringing tremendous benefits for local exporters.
Voice Of America
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Somali groups in Minnesota are trying to give young people a positive outlet to keep them away from negative influences such as drugs, violence and extremism. One such effort is a basketball tournament that is bringing together several mosques from the Twin Cities. Abdi Mahamud attended the tournament and spoke with participants. Salem Solomon narrates his report.