BBC Parliament
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This is an issue will come in my speech, but at the moment, I agree with what she is saying. I am talking about the half a million soldiers in Kashmir, who currently have no control over how they behave, how they abuse the people. There are serious concerns in Kashmir, particularly in terms of the civilian population.
Financial Times
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Stock down as much as 26% on concerns over nuclear writedowns before trimming losses
PC Pro
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" The main reason IT staff are seeking new opportunities is for a pay rise, with concerns that wages at their current company would stagnate. Investors in People also revealed that pay is still one of the biggest happiness factors for staff working in the IT sector. Other reasons given include better management and flexible working, which is a basic requirement of jobs this decade. "Workers are telling us they want to move for better pay, better management and flexible working. This sends a clear message to British business to invest in your people or risk losing them," Devoy said. See related Fujitsu execs outline Brexit concerns Skills shortages a worry for post-Brexit business How much will Brexit really cost your business? Investors in People added that competitive pay, enjoyable work and joining an employer with a good reputation are all at the top of the list when looking for a job.
Sky News
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This morning, I want to set out a manifesto for change that responds to these concerns and it shows that the mainstream can deliver the change people need. I want to show how, by taking a new approach, that harnesses the good of what works and changes what does not, we can maintain, indeed we can build, support for the rules-based international system.
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These range from the risks of crashed machines raining down on communities to the uncertainties of property law – not that this is preventing companies such as Amazon and Zipline from pushing ahead with drone-delivery trials . See related Fujitsu execs outline Brexit concerns Skills shortages a worry for post-Brexit business How much will Brexit really cost your business? “You could easily imagine that this becomes a bit of infrastructure in the same way that the road is,” says Nesta’s executive director of policy and research, Stian Westlake. “You might have a city air-space-management system to allow more drones to operate in a particular area.” Westlake tells me that he could envision the first steps in this direction happening within tightly controlled, privately owned urban environments. “The Olympia and York estate in Canary Wharf, for example, where one developer owns a significant amount of space and retail locations,” he says.
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Clare Hopping Business IT workers don't like their jobs. At least, that's what research from Investors in People has revealed as a whopping 76% of IT staffers will be in search of a new job this year. It's not clear if this is simple "the grass is always greener" outlook on their jobs, but these findings fly in the face of industry predictions suggesting people would want to remain in their current roles due to economic uncertainties. According to the annual Job Exodus Trends report, 42% of IT staff are already looking for a new job just one week into 2017. “We were expecting to see British workers planning to stay put in the face of economic uncertainty," Paul Devoy, head of Investors in People said. "But we’ve seen exactly the opposite: a significant rise in people seeking to move employers in 2017 and a jump in jobs confidence." The main reason IT staff are seeking new opportunities is for a pay rise, with concerns that wages at their current company would stagnate.
The Cornishman
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The future of the former Poltair Hospital site seems uncertain as a planning application to build 12 homes has been lodged. Outrage was sparked in nearby villages of Madron and Heamoor last May when dozens of mature trees were cleared from the woodland associated with Poltair Manor following instruction of James Ambo, whose company Bea-hegia Organisation bought the property at auction in March. He previously said he wanted to turn the property into a family home and that the trees were...
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This morning, I want to set out a manifesto for change that responds to these concerns and it shows that the mainstream can deliver the change people need. -- politics of the mainstream. I want to show how, by taking a new approach, that harnesses the good of what works and changes what does not, we can maintain, indeed we can build, support for the rules-based international system.
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While Gambians hope for a peaceful solution, thousands of tourists have an anxious wait to leave the country. The time is 11:23am. The cost of imported vegetables such as courgettes, lettuce, and broccoli is going up because of bad weather in Europe. Supermarkets have also told the BBC that there are concerns over the supply of fresh food. Our correspondent, Dan Johnson, has been at New Covent Garden Market in central London to get a sense of how and why prices are being affected.
BBC Parliament
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Twice this week, I have raised the issue of the concerns of my constituents on cuts to council services and ministers have swatted. Can he take this opportunity to address those concerns and his flat in cash terms, I completely accept that.
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UK companies relying on the 'passport' of services to operate within the EU without restriction will now have to rely on the UK successfully negotiating a compromise. James Chappell, CTO of UK cyber security firm Digital Shadows, believes it's vital the Prime Minister prioritises access to skilled professionals in her negotiations with the EU, as the UK lacks a sufficient digital workforce. See related Fujitsu execs outline Brexit concerns Skills shortages a worry for post-Brexit business How much will Brexit really cost your business? "Technology-based businesses such as Digital Shadows need to have access to the best brains from around the world and without it the UK technology sector could stagnate. In certain key areas such as cyber security and data science there are simply not enough skilled professionals in the UK alone." When it comes to exporting goods to the EU, Chappell remains concerned about what the government will actually secure.
BBC Parliament
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So can we have a debate on the use of our national stadium and the uses to which it has been put so we can put on record our concerns about potential abuse of our national treasure? I think he has put his constituents' concerns on the record effectively, but there might be an opportunity to voice this further.
BBC News 24
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Century much. To Westminster then and are Assistant Political Editor Norman Smith. This seemed to be a speech with pretty broad brush strokes, as Tania was saying, not a lot of detail, but if Theresa May was all, immigration likewise, with concerns in the business community about whether they will still be able to attract talent and to recruit again, no clarity on that.
BBC News 24
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The Prime Minister said the UK would step up as an advocate for business and free trade after Brexit, but said the Government needed to respond to the concerns of citizens who felt left behind by the pace of economic change. She said Britain faced an uncertain road ahead and would need to forge a new role in the wider world. The United Kingdom, a country that has so often been at the forefront of economic and social change, will step up to a new leadership role as the strongest and most forceful advocate for business, free markets and free trade anywhere in the world.
ITV
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This morning, I want to set out a manifesto for change that responds to these concerns and it shows of the mainstream can deliver the change people need. I want to show how, by taking a new approach, that harnesses the good of what works and changes what does not, we can maintain, indeed we can build, support for the rules -based international system.
The Herald
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Plans for Donald Trump's company to expand its golf resort near Aberdeen have raised concerns about conflicts of interest.
ITV
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Still to come on today's show: Our doctors are tackling your medical concerns in around ten minutes. And it's the film everyone's making a song and dance about. We catch up with La La Land's stars, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, just after 11. But first, it just a waste of money? Alice Beer is here to tell us.
The Economic Times
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Voice Of America
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While deeply skeptical of Trump’s intentions, immigration lawyer Victoria Campos doubts the president-elect will ultimately repeal DACA, a program she described as “very strict” with regard to criminal records. “You’re not talking about immigrants that are just being protected, these are people with credits, these are people with debts,” said Campos, who reported a post-election surge in cases involving minors. “Not to mention the manpower that it would take.” Safety concerns One of the fundamental debates surrounding sanctuary cities — apart from their legality — is whether they put residents at danger or make them safer. “I have met with many of the great parents who lost their children to sanctuary cities and open borders,” Trump said during an immigration speech in August. But Francis Madi, a regional outreach associate with the New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC), said the public is at greater risk if undocumented residents are afraid to report crimes.
Voice Of America
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And that I think puts the United States itself on shaky territory.” But McFarland played down those concerns, saying “the three bedrocks of (postwar) American foreign policy” — American leadership, American values and international alliances — will remain under the Trump administration. Unpredictability There is usually some continuity between administrations on foreign policy, but “that rule actually may not apply under Trump,” Katulis said. “We’re dealing with something here that is just fundamentally different and off the charts,” Katulis explained. That 'something' is Trump’s well-known unpredictability. Trump has criticized President Obama for telegraphing his policy moves and has vowed to remain unpredictable. But experts say unpredictability can be dangerous in the international arena where both allies and adversaries expect a certain degree of predictability from the United States.