BBC Parliament
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for the most vulnerable in society. This is not what people voted for on 2nd March. During the course of the past 24 hours, I have spoke on the the leaders of five main Northern Ireland parties and the Irish Government. I'm encouraged that there remains a strong willingness to continue engaging in dialogue with a view to resolving outstanding issues and forming an.
Sky News
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There was a strong tone to trading everywhere, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is currently on course to break a losing run that has seen it close lower in each of the last eight trading sessions. And in Europe, the DAX in Germany rose by 1.3% to finish at its highest level since April 2015. On the currency markets, ahead of Theresa May triggering.
Mashable
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Not everyone will pick up a book, but everyone will click on an internet headline they find interesting. "British guy dies after selfie gone wrong"? Of course we would click. We need to make sure to not repeat that poor guy's mistake. "German doctor becomes first to perform full body transplant"? What does full body transplant even mean? Click. SEE ALSO: 11 year-old started a book club for boys to improve literacy All of these headlines were written by The Wild Detectives , but they are not a fresh digital news source you should be bookmarking. They are, actually, a bookstore. Last fall, the bookstore started an ingenious internet campaign to interest as many people as possible in classic literary novels by using "litbait." They crafted intriguing clickbait headlines that, when clicked, would bring you to the entire text of the novel. Read more... More about Medium , Facebook , Clickbait , Bookstores , and Conversations
BBC One East
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individuals who have been chief executives at big corporations. Who could take on that sort of challenge. Of course, within operational deputy, I think it is an idea that.
HubSpot Marketing Blog
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Although it may be a little cliché, assure your goal statements meet the criteria of the tried and true S.M.A.R.T acronym. Long story short, if your goal value statements match the S.M.A.R.T framework, you are off to a good start. Rather than bore you with the gory details (here is a crash course on SMART goals ), I’ll provide you with a quick example instead. A bad goal value statement is: Achieve a good email click-through-rate for campaign nurture emails. A good goal value statement is: Achieve a click-through-rate of 2% on nurture email #3 within 90 days of campaign launch. After you have established all the necessary goal value statements, be certain your stakeholders are also aware of them. You can do document these in your marketing automation software portal. If you are a HubSpot customer, you’re in luck - there is a built in goal setting feature for campaigns.
BBC One East
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I think, yes, it is. I particularly now that the arrangements for Police and Crime Commissioner is for policing. They have started to settle down. Of course, there is still a lot to do
STV
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is that it sets this parliament on a constitutional collision course with Westminster. That could usher in a constitutional crisis. In the years we've had devolution there have been disagreements on policy and on issues of money.
BBC News 24
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to seeing the footage of it immediately before giving my evidence. What is your message to other women, when they are out and about with their mates, in the summer, having had a few drinks? Don't live in fear of rapists and being in danger. Look after yourself, of course
ITV
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Of course, it is the female that does the laying. But, unlike in the countryside, peregrines have no predators in the city. And their numbers are on the rise. They like nesting next to quarries and this isn't dissimilar - you get big updraughts with office blocks like this. They like a position that is high up, they have exceptionally good eyesight. They can pick up pray - things like pigeons - in flight from a very long way off
Sky News
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country. You can of course present age story in a number of ways, how you choose to frame it, that comes down to the editor. Unsurprisingly, it caused a social media storm. It prompted comedian David.
Mondoweiss
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Pelosi was defensive when she confessed this morning at AIPAC: When people sometimes say to me, the United States is so overwhelmingly partial to Israel in this discussion, I say Yes of course. We have been friends for a long time. We have shared values.' It was the one glimmer of dysfunction in the staged rounds of sacrifice, but it spoke volumes. Progressive Democrats are starting to see through the special relationship to Israel's human rights violations. In the Washington Post today , even Israel-devotee Richard Cohen wearied of combatting the apartheid label when he's forced to acknowledge there are Jewish only roads in the West Bank: while recoiling from the word apartheid,' [Israel has] adopted some of its techniques. How many people have noticed that PEN America (led by a Clintonite) is holding its annual world literary festival this spring without money from Israel, following a campaign against the sponsorship by leading writers? Two Democratic former congressmen said at a teach-in about AIPAC last week that politicians are overwhelmingly partial to Israel because of campaign contributions, but the support for Palestinians is slowly rising to 80.
Sky News
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worried about the number of civilian casualties which is on the rise. And of course, some 400,000, it's estimated 400,000 people are still trapped doing the fighting lines of the Islamic State and the Iraqi security forces. And as that battle intensifies around the.
BBC News 24
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next two years. But there is no reason to believe that Downing Street are about to change their minds about this. The risk, of course, is whether or not they might antagonise Scottish public opinion. It is always a gamble if Westminster is seen to be telling Scotland what it can.
Hackaday
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Conversely, a mono stylus reading a stereo track would only pick up the horizontal part of the track and play both channels together. Unfortunately, many mono players didn't move up and down very well and could wear a stereo record, so users learned not to play stereo records on mono players, even though it would work. Of course, that assumes you have the same-sized grooves. Older records had wider grooves and wider needles. If you want to see how a stereo cutter works, check out [EpicenterBryan's] video below. Compatibility In a market where Elvis Presley was still selling 78 RPM records because his fans couldn't afford new record players, this compatibility was very important. We imagine [Alan Blumlein] would be horrified to see how we routinely tell everyone to throw away their tapes for CDs and their CDs for digital music. TV was the same.
Sky News
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Democratic -- democratically elected Scottish Parliament, and to that extent, Hearst hand has strengthened. And there is greater legitimacy to her argument. She has to win over the Pollock best public of course, the opinion.
Design Sponge
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His dark (but optimistic) humor comes to life in an offbeat line of gifts and small trinkets . Follow him at @ADAMJK or in real life (he lives in Brooklyn because of course he does).
BBC News 24
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Good evening and welcome to the BBC News at Six. The Scottish and UK governments look to be on a collision course tonight. Within the last hour, the Scottish parliament has voted for the power to request a second independence referendum
Daily Mail - News
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Connor Allen-Howe, of Essex, groomed children aged between 12 and 17 from across the world over the course of three years and then secretly recorded videos of them in their parentshomes.
BBC News 24
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course, passionately Muslim but also deeply British, which has always been the way Islam has been. The Fraser users, -- the phrase are used is Islam is like a river. We say to the government, what can we do give I was at.
NPR
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Sky News
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big meeting up in Glasgow and is not just a front page, take a look inside at the column and he claims their finest weapons are those pins. Two of the most powerful women in the country, you can of course present a story.
Sky News
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their best in order to protect them and of course make aware of was simply a property and what is military objectives and also between fighters and civilians
Sky News
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them in order to stay warm and of course they are traumatised because of what they have gone through because they fled under very difficult circumstances so, they.
The Sun Daily
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Prior to the Home Ministry order, 157 PPS members were detained after they took part in the 2014 Merdeka Day parade in Penang after the Registrar of Societies (ROS) confirmed the organisation was not registered. Among those arrested were PPS chairman Phee Boon Poh, who is a state executive councillor, PPS deputy chairman Ng Wei Aik (who is Tanjong MP) and Seri Delima assemblyman R. S. N. Rayer, who is PPS chief is his constituency. In PENANG, Aaron Ngui and Edmund Lee report that the Court of Appeal decision was lauded with the ruling described as "returning justice to the PPS". Phee was quoted as saying the state exco will discuss the court decision at its meeting today before deciding on the next course of action. When contacted, Ng expressed his hope the organisation could be reactivated as soon as possible, adding however that the decision lay with the state exco.