BBC Parliament
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Ed Miliband. There's something I want to come back to later on, but the thing to remember about leadership, it's much more volatile than how people feel about the parties. The current election, the Tories are doing particularly well because Theresa May is so popular, but people's attitudes about leaders tend to change rapidly more so than parties, so if something went wrong with Brexit or if Labour managed to elect.
BBC Parliament
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who asks the question is this the Brexit election, that is the big question on everyone's minds, then I want to touch on the role of leadership. I'm joined by the Internet panel which interviews 30,000 people per wave and we have been running the current one since.
BBC Parliament
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Chris to kick us off. I want to talk about three things. I want to put the current election into long-term context looking at how voters have changed the way they behave over a long period and also comparing attitudes towards the parties and leaders to the last couple of elections. Anyone.
BBC Parliament
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£6 billion a year of subsidy going into the current fossil fuel industry. Twice that which is going into renewables. That's mainly in tax breaks in North Sea oil and gas. There is also substantial subsidies for nuclear. I think we would be remiss if we didn't acknowledge that there is an ongoing subsidy to the way we live today and that the demand to have new subsidies for a change to meet the challenges of the future isn't unreasonable in that context. I think, though Neil Hamilton wouldn't agree, and I accept,.
Techradar
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Goal
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The midfielder has hailed his veteran team-mate and believes that he is a symbol for the club that should be retained when his current deal expires
Sky News
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The Economic Times
39 minutes
A finance ministry official said most of these accounts are under close scrutiny and steps are being taken to identify the issues and possible remedial measures, which include takeovers by other promoters, extensive restructuring and in, some cases, a forensic audit where there are suspicions of malfeasance. "The current position is that RBI has reached out to the banks seeking status of some of these accounts. Banks have and continue to explore all possible options," he said, adding that the central bank will try and speed up the process in some cases. The central government can also direct the Serious Fraud Investigation Office to examine company accounts under Section 212 of the Companies Act, 2013. ET View Use The Bankruptcy Code Vigil is in order. Having empowered the RBI to give directions to banks to take action against defaulters under the bankruptcy code, and shield bankers from individual accountability for decisions, the need is to swiftly appoint resolution professionals and put the bankruptcy code to use.
The Economic Times
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Techradar
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BBC Parliament
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of a healthy debate, perhaps Plaid Cymru would find comfort in this but we find the Government's amendment broadly right in terms of its approach, although that is not me praising full-scale all of the current approaches taken by the Government in terms of energy. We would very much urge them to look at some of the long-term structural issues that are limiting growth and development in mid.
Collective Evolution
an hour
Below is a video from of Margaret Robinson, an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. She's a member of the Lennox Island First Nation. You can learn more about her and view some of her publications here . In the lecture, she brings up several points regarding food and indigenous culture, and the current issues that surround the modern day perception of a vegetarian/vegan diet according to various indigenous cultures. She focuses primarily on the barriers for aboriginal veganism. Personally, I believe our world is experiencing a dramatic shift in various areas, and compassion is one of them. As a result, along with all of the health benefits outlined in the articles linked below the vide, this is precisely why more and more people are switching to vegan/vegetarian diets.
BBC Parliament
an hour
for us of course. That's why I was surprised to see the Labour Party here had tabled an amendment watering down our requests and undermining what they are saying and what their own party is standing on in this election. That is a matter for them to explain and I'm sure they will do so in due time. There is no doubt that the current market is damaging Wales. Low income households are highly affected.
BBC Parliament
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work for business, and does it work in terms of long-term investment in the kinds of energy and the energy industry we want to see in Wales? Plaid Cymru is of the opinion the answer is no, the current system isn't working. And we need at least one more move in the current system to make things more lively. The opinion is shared by the Labour lively. The opinion is shared by the.
BBC Parliament
an hour
The Sun Daily
2 hours
The bills to amend the Land Transport Act 2010 and the Commercial Vehicles Licensing Board Act 1987 were tabled for first reading in March, and is expected to be followed up in the July sitting. He was commenting on an incident involving 26-year-old Wong Mei Yan who was robbed at knife point on her way home on May 21 by her Uber driver and his accomplice, she subsequently suffered a miscarriage following the traumatic incident. Syed Hamid said he had also met with representatives from Uber on Monday, but that it was all done “within the limit of our current jurisdiction”. “We have written a very strong letter to them, and of course we have called them up. We met them yesterday, but it was all just persuasive in manner. “We told them this should not have happened, and to make sure there is no repeat incident. But that’s about it,” he said.
Ars Technica
2 hours
Enlarge (credit: Dell) Most companies that make gaming PCs and laptops are trying to snag the attentions of new "casual" gamers. These customers either can't afford to spend thousands of dollars on a high-end gaming device—or they don't want to. However, they still want a machine that can handle their regular bouts of gaming. Dell's current answer for these customers has been its Inspiron 15 gaming laptop, but now it's adding its first desktop PC to the Inspiron Gaming line. Today, the company announced the Inspiron Gaming Desktop, which it hopes will attract casual gamers who don't need to bring their gaming endeavors outside their home. Dell's Inspiron Gaming Desktop looks like a standard tower, but with a cross-hatched, semi-open design on its bottom-left side. This design has practical and aesthetic purposes: it provides better ventilation for the PC's internals while also giving the tower an edgy look that most customers associate with gaming devices.
Mind Shift
2 hours
On a Saturday afternoon, 10 students gather at Genspace, a community lab in Brooklyn, to learn how to edit genes. There's a recent graduate with a master's in plant biology, a high school student who started a synthetic biology club, a medical student, an eighth grader, and someone who works in pharmaceutical advertising. This is so cool to learn about; I hadn't studied biology since like ninth grade, says Ruthie Nachmany, one of the class participants. She had studied anthropology, visual arts, and environmental studies in college, but is now a software engineer. In the 1970s, personal computers emerged from labs and universities and became something each person could have. That made it possible for people like Nachmany to become a professional programmer despite not having studied it in school. Some compare that democratization of personal computing in the '70s to the current changes in access to genetic engineering tools.
Nottingham Evening Post
2 hours
How long have you been doing your current job? Are you ready for a complete change of direction?If so, we've picked out a selection of jobs in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire which are of interest to anyone fancying a change of career. There are also a couple which are recruiting nationally.They're not necessarily the best-paid jobs - after all, you'd be starting at the bottom and training your way up the career ladder.For hundreds more jobs in the local area click here. But who knows where you...
The Iran Project
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MNAIran’s Petrochemical Commercial Company (PCC) Managing Director dismissed claims on Iranian assets for petrochemical products exports being frozen in China, saying there are only some difficulties in payment. Petrochemical Commercial Company (PCC) Managing Director Mehdi Sharifi Niknafas told reporters that Iranian assets have not been frozen in China, but there are some difficulties in the paying process; “the main cause for the current difficulties is that anti-money laundering laws have come into effect in China since the beginning of May, under which some strict restrictions have been placed on exports of petrochemical products and transfer of money,” he said. He went on to add, “another issue is that Chinese banks have not yet removed Iranian banks and companies from the high risk list for cooperation.” “To settle these issues, Economy Minister Ali Tayebnia has held some negotiations with Chinese officials,” he said.
Mind Shift
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Impulsive children become thoughtful adults only after years of improvements to the brain's information highways, a team reports in Current Biology. A study of nearly 900 young people ages 8 to 22 found that the ability to control impulses, stay on task and make good decisions increased steadily over that span as the brain remodeled its information pathways to become more efficient. The finding helps explain why these abilities, known collectively as executive function, take so long to develop fully, says Danielle Bassett , an author of the study and an associate professor of bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania. A child's ability to run or to see is very well developed by the time they're 8, she says. However, their ability to inhibit inappropriate responses is not something that's well developed until well into the 20s.
Plymouth Herald
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A nightclub was evacuated in the early hours of this morning - and large part of a city centre put in lock down - following the discovery of a suspect package in Exeter.Police sealed off a large section of Exeter city centre, around the High Street, following the discovery outside Chevalier at 11:30pm on Monday. Up to 200 people were asked to leave the adjacent nightclub after police spoke with staff. Due to the current threat level a 100m cordon was put in place, reports Devon LivePolice...
Bleacher Report
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After a two-year absence from the competition, Brazil will return to the Toulon Tournament on Wednesday as they begin their Group C campaign against outsiders Indonesia. The Selecao clinched back-to-back titles in the south of France in 2013 and 2014, and manager Carlos Amadeu will hope his current batch of youngsters have the quality to pick up where the under-20s left off. The other two Group C contendersScotland and Czech Republicare scheduled to clash earlier on Wednesday, meaning Brazil will have their chance to size up the competition at Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan . This will be considered a must-win matchup for Brazilas will all fixtures for a nation famed for its youth productionmeaning all the pressure rests with Amadeu to lead his starlets to opening success. Read on for a preview of Wednesday's encounter, complete with all the essential viewing information.
The Sun Daily
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