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and keep all your receipts. Take down notes, be ready to speak to British Airways. That's what I would do, I could not do that. Lying on the floor business. I would go out and take the hit and worry about claiming back later. Also, if you are juggling a.
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Nottingham Evening Post
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A Nottinghamshire bar and restaurant received a low rating in its recent food hygiene report, but despite being disappointed the owner is confident this will not hold them back.The Red, based in Bancroft Lane, Mansfield, received a rating of two, on a scale of 0 to 5 with 5 being the highest score.The bar and grill is run by business man Jonathan Edwards, who also owns other pubs in the town centre such as andwhynot, Cheeky Monkey's, Late Lounge, and others in and around Nottinghamshire...
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A NEW deli has opened in Bolton.
Japan Times
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April Zhang, a 21-year-old student from Shanghai, reflects the fast-shifting attitudes of China's younger generations toward sex. She's confident to talk about a topic once ...
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They sent us our first billionaire president who left countless people holding the bag in his various, often failed, business dealings. He brings to mind that classic phrase those that sow the wind, shall reap the whirlwind just as were now reaping the results of the 1% politics that gained such traction in recent years; and of a kind of war-making , American style, that initially seemed aimed at global supremacy, but now seems to have no conceivable goal. We're evidently destined to go on killing ever more people, producing ever more refugees , cracking open ever more nations, and spreading ever more terror movements until the end of time. They sent a man ready to build a vanity wall on the Mexican border and pour more money into the U.S. military at a time when its becoming harder for Americans to imagine investing in anything but an ever-more powerful national security state, even as the countrys infrastructure begins to crumble.
Informed Comment
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Campaigning for the vote was vigorous, and many ‘red-lines’ were crossed, by Rouhani especially. He directly criticised the IRGC for stunting the gains of the nuclear deal, the judiciary for its curbs on freedoms, and the public news broadcaster for backing Raisi. He also criticised the clerical establishment by proclaiming that the Astan Quds razavi, the largest Islamic charity organisation globally, be subjected to tax compliance. He further argued that the IRGC was crowding out private business. Raisi and Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf conversely pointed out the failings of the nuclear deal, corruption, and the increases in unemployment in recent years. This is indicative of Iranian politics, wherein competition for positions is intense, increasing openness and accountability, especially in electoral years. Further, through this, the system provides room for and is tolerant of a diversity of persuasions, despite the vigorous vetting procedures Although most power is still vested in the Supreme Leader, the president is able to shape most domestic and economic policies through his ability to appoint staff to key institutions, and because of the power he wields in formulating these.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Electronics Weekly
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ARM has brought out the first cores based on its DynamIQ micro-architecture and a new version of its Mali GPU core. The CPU cores, which use big.LITTLE and TrustZone technology, are designated Cortex A-75 and A-55. They have dedicated instructions for AI which are intended to boost AI performance by 50x in the next 3-5 ... Read full article: ARM launches first cores based on DynamIQ micro-architecture
Haaretz
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South China Morning Post
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Uncertainty will cloud Sino-US relations while Donald Trump is in the White House because the new US president is less likely than his predecessor to make concessions, a top Chinese think tank has warned. In a report released on the weekend, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences also said Washington would pile more pressure on Beijing to tackle Pyongyang, and the United States would not retreat from the Asia-Pacific, despite Trumps America First pledges. The report...
The Sun Daily - Business
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KUALA LUMPUR: Alam Maritim Resources Bhd foresees another year of losses after a net loss of RM142.87 million in 2016, given the lacklustre oil market. “I dont think it (the turnaround) will happen this year. I do not think it will happen that fast,” group managing director Datuk Azmi Ahmad said when asked about its financial performance outlook. Alluding to the current low crude oil prices, Azmi said it is not possible for Alam Maritim to replicate its performance in FY12 to FY13 when its net profit increased from RM55.71 million to RM74.50 million. “Even when we talk to Petronas and the rest, we are looking at probably two to three years for the recovery but again we cannot expect the oil price to go up to US$120 to US$130 per barrel. It will probably stay between US$60 and US$70 per barrel,” Azmi said at a media briefing after the group’s AGM here on Friday.
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"The company will make the necessary announcement(s) when there is a material development on the proposed transaction." A business weekly reported that Affin is believed to have sold its office tower in Shah Alam to Serba Dinamik for an undisclosed sum.
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Haaretz
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Concern about possible disruptions over the Shavuot holiday if the sanctions are stepped up
Sputnik International
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BuzzFeed, which already has its hands full with one defamation lawsuit, will now have to deal with another one: the owners of one a major Russian bank are suing the news outlet for defamation over its publication of the famousdodgy dossier.”
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guess what, we have a new programme debuting tonight, Talking Business. Viewers in Asia can watch the programme at 9:30pm here in Singapore and Hong Kong and 7pm in Mumbai. A quick look.
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Comes as another sign that high-flying housing market is dipping down
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