Leicester Mercury
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The timing of Leonardo Ulloa's transfer request may have been an unwanted distraction for Leicester City as they prepare for Sunday's clash with Southampton at St Mary's, but the build-up has been even more complex for the Saints. Ulloa handed in an official transfer request on Thursday and Claudio Ranieri's pre-match press conference was dominated by questions on the Argentinian's desire to leave the King Power Stadium. But while City want to keep Ulloa, he wasn't set to feature anyway at...
South China Morning Post
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Universe Today
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BBC News 24
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I'm afraid international affairs are messy and complex, and I suspect that if Trump clings to that "I win and you lose" kind of mentality, that will cause problems. with the new anti-EU president, but does his isolationism threaten Britain's wider global interests? We have a deep and enduring relationship between the UK and the US, and because it is so deep and so complex it will prosper, and I'm quite confident of that in the future.
Informed Comment
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It means that retail workers on zero-hours contracts selling clothes made by Bangladeshi sweatshop workers need to recognise their common interests and mobilise to act together. Political entrepreneurs such as Trump have blurred the traditional differences between left-wing and right-wing concerns by offering a bulwark to the effects of change in an increasingly complex world. They have singled out migrants and minorities as the physical embodiment of the problem. The left’s big failure is not to explain or even perhaps understand why this is the wrong answer. There is no reason why it could not make Trump’s inauguration a line in the sand. Sayantan Ghosal , Professor of Economics, University of Glasgow This article was originally published on The Conversation . Read the original article . Related video added by Juan Cole: WEBN TV Boston: Protestors take Trump International Hotel in DC
The Sun Daily
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LONDON: Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard will return to coach at their academy next month, the Premier League outfit said on Friday. Gerrard had been widely tipped to join the Anfield coaching staff following his decision to leave LA Galaxy after 18 months with the MLS team. The 36-year-old, who made 710 appearances for Liverpool before joining the Galaxy in 2015, will take up a full-time role at the Reds' Kirkby youth complex from February. Merseyside-born Gerrard spent 17 years with Liverpool having graduated from the academy, captaining his hometown team to Champions League glory in 2005 and FA Cup success a year later. "It feels like completing the circle; returning to the place where professionally it all began. However, this isn't a decision based on emotion - it's about what I can offer and contribute to Liverpool," said Gerrard, who also won the UEFA Cup and three League Cups in his glittering Liverpool career.
South China Morning Post
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Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard will return to coach at their academy next month, the Premier League outfit said. Gerrard had been widely tipped to join the Anfield coaching staff following his decision to leave LA Galaxy after 18 months with the MLS team. The 36-year-old, who made 710 appearances for Liverpool before joining the Galaxy in 2015, will take up a full-time role at the Reds Kirkby youth complex from February. Merseyside-born Gerrard spent 17 years with Liverpool having...
BBC News 24
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I'm afraid international affairs are messy and complex, and I suspect that if Trump clings to that "I win and you lose" kind of mentality, that will cause problems. So, in Donald Trump's New World, does Britain stand to win, or lose? We have a deep and enduring relationship between the UK and the US, and because it is so deep and so complex it will prosper, and I'm quite confident of that in the future.
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Sky News
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And the country has moved way beyond that. How he is going to do this is going to be fascinating, because Washington is very complex. He has not even got his Cabinet together yet. He has 50 oh Balmer people -- Balmer people working with him. He has no idea how this mechanism of government works.
BBC Parliament
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The right honourable gentleman once again talks about the possibility of a negative impact on Scotland if Scotland were not part of the single market. His party is dedicated to taking Scotland out of the single market by taking it out of the UK. distorted by long-term incentive plans which are too complex to manage and too excessive in their rewards.
TIME - Top Stories
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(On one recent call, he polled a Senator on the performance of his new staff.) Whereas President Obama would retire to the White House residence to read through stacks of briefing materials after his daughters went to bed, Trump has given word that he would rather not have to read any memo longer than a page if it can be helped. Power in the White House is traditionally measured by title, with senior aides and the chief of staff filtering access to the President. But the Trump White House is likely to be a more complex operation, given his habits. What happens is Donald Trump is the hub, everybody else is a spoke, said one campaign veteran who has been trying to work through the issue. The most valuable staff in Trumps orbit often get their clout through the boss comfort with their presence. Among this group, there has developed a sort of inner circle to Trump's inner circle, people whose jobs allow them to be outside the traditional political and policy chains of command.
Global News
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I'm afraid international affairs are messy and complex, and I suspect that if Trump clings to that "I win and you lose" kind of mentality, that will cause problems. and because it's so deep and so complex it will prosper and I'm quite confident of that in the future.
BBC Two England
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Do you think he will start metering it out, some two Ivanka, Sumter Jared? The American government is very complex. But Donald Trump will be president, he will be the one making the important decisions. I don't think anybody knows what they are going to be yet. Worthy Democrats right to stay awake today? We understand up to a third of them didn't show up to the house, and the lone figure of Hillary Clinton Rob Lee could have used their support.
TIME - Top Stories
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The failures of the past year hang heavily over his new effort. During the campaign, Brock publicly boasted of his powers to stop Trump and expressed absolute confidence in Clintons victory. His lawyers engineered a complex arrangement where he could work with the campaign, raise money for the independent super PAC supporting Clinton and still have a hand in some of his outside groups working on election-related matters. But the efforts failed to protect Clintons reputation or stop Trumps rise. If anything, the past year further exposed the fault lines that have long existed between Brock and others in the progressive movement. The Russian hack of Clinton campaign chief John Podestas email revealed regular grumbling about Brocks actions. I truly believe hes an unhinged soulless narcissist, Neera Tanden, a long- time Clinton adviser who runs the Center for American Progress, wrote to Podesta in one message.
Collective Evolution
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” ( source ) Harvard Medical School put out a press release a few years ago stating that it’s “often said that depression results from a chemical imbalance, but that figure of speech doesnt capture how complex the disease is.” ( source ) Of course, there are brain events and biochemical reactions occurring when someone feels depressed, as there are all the time, but no research has ever established that a particular brain state causes, or even correlates with, depression. . . . In all cases studies yield inconsistent results, and none have been shown to be specific to depression, let alone causal. The fact that more than 50 years of intense research efforts have failed to identify depression in the brain may indicate that we simply lack the right technology, or it may suggest we have been barking up the wrong tree! – Dr. Joanna Moncrieff, British Psychiatrist, Author ( source ) The most commonly cited evidence to support the chemical imbalance theory is simply that some drugs have been shown to increase and decrease mood in human and animal models, and yes — many antidepressants increase the amounts of serotonin and other neurotransmitters at synapses, but what we fail to realize today is, just because mood can be artificially manipulated with drugs, does not mean the chemical imbalance theory is true.
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Derby Telegraph
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Parents of children with special needs in Derby say they feel that Derby City Council does not understand the impact that an on-going dispute between the authority and Unison is having on their families. A series of strikes has been taking place involving school support staff and teaching assistants since last June but the biggest impact is on special schools, where the Unison staff are needed to help with children who often have complex needs. Most of the special schools have had to close...
The Huffington Post
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Such a result would be in line with our experience of faith and the complexities of being human. Humans are, from a Christian theological perspective, complex. They are multifaceted or, more properly, multilayered. Humans don't just have bodies. They are bodies. And yet, they are more than their bodies. They are also mind. But they are more than their minds; they are also souls. And soul itself is transcended in spirit. Each human being is, as G. K. Chesterton once described the Church, "larger on the inside than ... on the outside." What this means, when it comes to faith, is that a person's confidence in God (or at least his or her awareness of it) can increase or decrease in certainty, depending on where the person is in his or her development. That person's development depends in turn upon a great many factors, not least of which is God himself.
Derby Telegraph
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Parents of children with special needs in Derby say they feel that Derby City Council does not understand the impact that an on-going dispute between the authority and Unison is having on their families. A series of strikes has been taking place involving school support staff and teaching assistants since last June but the biggest impact is on special schools, where the Unison staff are needed to help with children who often have complex needs. Most of the special schools have had to close...
euronews
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TIME - Top Stories
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