Manchester Evening News
3 minutes
Dooleys owner has pleaded guilty to being in charge of a dog dangerously out of control
BBC Parliament
8 minutes
for a long time and he's absolutely right. What will delay the vote -- what underlay the vote was the feeling that the United Kingdom needed to have control of its budget and laws, control of immigration rules, and not just simply be subject to decisions taken in the EU. I am proud to be a member of the European Parliament, one of the first elected members.
Fast Company
9 minutes
The Giants, with their proximity to Silicon Valley, are exposed to lots of intriguing technology that could be used to improve athletic performance, says Geoff Head, the teams sports scientist. But before jumping at any of that tech, the three-time World Series champions like to do our homework. Austin Slater warming up. Last season, Head says, the Giants conducted a two-week trial involving 18 top minor league prospects at the teams off-season conditioning camp. The idea, he explains, was to give nine of the players Halo Sports and compare the results of their training and workouts with nine players who didnt get the devices but went through the exact same conditioning. Afterwards, he says, the team found there to be significant-enough improvement results in the Halo group compared to the control group to where it opened up our eyes to the devices value.
BBC News 24
9 minutes
leaving the EU. This is a historic moment from which there can be no turning back. Britain is leaving the European Union. We are going to make our own decisions and our own laws. We are going to control the things that matter most to us
The Economic Times
10 minutes
Phys.Org
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Cnet
12 minutes
Windows Blog
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Smartphone users love this feature and now, it’s coming to Windows 10 with the Creators Update. The mini view feature lets you keep an ever-present small window on top of what you’re doing. This means you can do things like binge-watch your favorite show, carry on a Skype conversation or control your music, regardless of what else you’re working on. With the Windows 10 Creators Update, parents familiar with screen time limits for Windows 10 will now find a similar set of controls for Xbox One. With screen time limits parents can manage how much time their children play games across the console and PC, giving you an extra hand, say, when your younger family member has played enough Forza Horizon 3 for the day. With screen time limits, parents can set a daily time allowance for each child and your Xbox One or Windows 10 PC will automatically sign them out when time is up.
BBC Parliament
15 minutes
which people voted on was free movement. I don't think that's right. I think it was a key issue in that people wanted control of borders. But I think it was about more than that. It was about control of our laws, control of our money and it was about self-determination. I think that was what.
BBC Parliament
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dedication to get to this stage today to implement the will of the British people. Would she agree with me that there is one area that we should be able to move forward very quickly on in negotiations and that is getting control of our fishing grounds back
Daily Express
28 minutes
THERESA MAY triggered Article 50 to start Brexit today hailing it "historic moment from which there can be no turning back" after she triggered Article 50 and formally started the Brexit process.
BBC Parliament
28 minutes
are two kinds of futures stemming from the process that is triggered today. The first is that we spend two years desperately trying to secure what we have already come in the secretary of States words, the exact same benefits that we have, while gaining control of immigration, which may make little difference to the numbers, as ministers have suggested, in which case people will ask.
BBC One East
32 minutes
cooperate in the field with our European neighbours. Ease of movement for companies and farmers is another big issue. People want to make sure they can get the staff they need into the region. Fishermen hope we will get back control of our waters and this could be the resurgence of.
Sky News
33 minutes
is a much broader, in her view, Brexit is much more than just how much money we may or may not get back on the side of a bus? It absolutely is. Britain taking back control of having that democratic future where we have an accountable Government and sovereign nation
Sky News
33 minutes
You're laughing ought that? On taking back control Theresa May conceded in the House we will have to accept rules and regulations which we no longer set that our businesses will have to abide by regulations which we don't control. She made the point when we trade did the US, we have to accept control.
Sky News
33 minutes
and regulations from the US. Absolutely but saying we will concede control as we leave the EU. They will continue to control rules which will bound our businesses. That will always be the case. Deja vu here. This word historic has been used. In the end, Britain,.
BBC One Wales
34 minutes
52% to 48% to leave the EU. She's been speaking to farmers and business owners about their priorities. Get control back of the country. Regulations have gone to the point where we've got high welfare pork in the country and what comes into the country is not of the same standard. We just need to be able to compete on a level playing field.
BBC One London
36 minutes
His company employs staff from the EU, using expertise to develop control panels to be used in schools and hospitals. I am more worried for the short-term. I'm positive about the long term. Surely there will be the trade agreements that I'm hoping really the Government will establish, will eventually benefit the economy,.
BBC One East
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We're going to take control of the things that matter most to us and take this opportunity to build a stronger, fairer Britain, a country that our children and grandchildren are proud.
BBC One Wales
38 minutes
We're going to take control of the things that matter.
BBC One West Midlands
38 minutes
We're going to take control of the things that matter most to us and take this.
BBC One London
39 minutes
We're going to take control of the things that matter most to us and take this opportunity to build a.
ITV
42 minutes
It was a morning of staged managed choreography. Sir Tim Barrow, briefcase in hand, left his office to drive the short distance to the European Council. Have you come to take back control? That is what millions of Britons want. And within minutes of the letter being handed over,.
BBC Two England
44 minutes
about free movement, the fact is people voted in their millions last year to have control of our borders