TopRank
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Techradar
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Like Chrome but dont like adverts? Then you might like Brave Browser . Its a browser based on Chromium so it looks a lot like Chrome, and its built by one of the co-founders of Mozilla, who should have a better idea of how to build a browser than most. As youve probably guessed, Brave has a built-in ad-blocker, and its simple to use and configure for individual sites just tap the lion icon at the top of a page to enable or disable ads, trackers and third-party cookies for the site youre on (although TechRadar would just love it if you chose to whitelist us to help us keep the lights on). Brave is still in beta though, and this is just the beginning, as it has ambitions to work with websites and advertisers, rather than simply blocking ads. The desktop version of the browser already lets you choose to show unobtrusive ads, or pay publishers of the sites that you block ads on, and in future the company even plans to launch a revenue share model, where users who dont block adverts get a small cut of the income which they can either keep or distribute to the sites and bloggers they want to support.
BBC News 24
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The future of thousands of free cash machines is in doubt as bankers demand a cut in the cost of running the Link network. They're calling for a 20% reduction in a fee the bank incurs when customers use free machines.
ITV
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But the Depend underwear is fabulous. It's very elegant, very, very feminine. Just gives me complete freedom. I have my life back. Nissan Qashqai. The original urban crossover. # Nothin' here to see # Just a kid like me # Trying to cut some teeth # Trying to figure it out If you go with second best, there will always be second thoughts.
BBC News 24
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The Republicans have control of Congress and two thirds of the State governorships and legislatures. But they do not like him. No, they do not, but they like his promise that he will cut government spending dramatically.
Derby Telegraph
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A retail group with an outlet in Derbyshire selling cut-price electrical appliances has reported a surge in sales and pre-tax profits.Buy It Direct, which owns AppliancesDirect.co.uk in South Normanton, saw its profits increase last year by 44% to £2.6 million. It also grew its sales by £16.6 million to £120.7 million. The company said that the increase in profits was down to the investment it has made in putting its customers at the heart of everything it...
BBC News 24
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It's about time. So, here is a slogan with which you will be familiar and straight off the bat he was pledging to introduce a five-year ban on former congressional officials from working in lobbying within Washington. For every regulation he introduces he pledges that two will be cut. The campaign was all about jobs, but they are axing the impending deal that was to be signed with the Pacific Rim countries in favour of bilateral trade deals more supportive of American jobs.
The Huffington Post
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Riyadh plans to start the first round of bidding for projects under the program, which would produce 10 gigawatts of power. Aside from the domestic consumption of electricity, Al-Falih said there was an opportunity to sell both power derived from "green" methods and the materials used to produce renewable energy, like solar panels or wind turbines. "We will export the power itself, we will export the components and services," he said. Saudi Arabia is attempting to diversify its economy after it was hit hard by the oil-price crash. An OPEC deal saw an oil production cut come into force at the beginning of this year, something Al-Falih indicated was being adhered to. "Everybody I talk to is not only committing, some of them have actually told me that they have exceeded their commitments," he said. He would not speculate on how the oil price would look later this year, but said the current figure includes "an element of uncertainty" about compliance with the Opec production cut deal.
The Economic Times
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RBI may soon cut online transaction charges to fast-track India into digital modePatel said the cash situation in urban areas was "almost normal", and efforts were on to improve the flow to rural and remote areas in the country.
Evening Standard - Sport
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I am much more eager to discuss Andy Carroll [than Dimitri Payet] in this column — his performance against Crystal Palace and especially that goal.
Coventry Telegraph
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The three men were taken to hospital after the crash
The Cornishman
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A person has had to be cut free from his vehicle after it left the A30 at Bodmin Moor and ended up on its side. Emergency services attended a call yesterday evening to a single car on the A30 eastbound between Bolventor and Trewint. Read more: Mayhem as tonnes of chicken poo dumped in crash on Cornish road The vehicle rolled, left the carriageway and ended up in a ditch. The incident took place between Bolventor and Trewint. Two appliances from Bodmin and one from Launceston...
Politico
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Oxford Mail - Golf
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EDDIE Pepperell has missed the half-way cut at a third European Tour event in a row after carding a five-over-par 77 in the second round at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
CNN Money
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Gas and renewables can work together to cut cost of power and meet demand for sustainable energy.
South China Morning Post
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Hong Kong banks are not going to suddenly find their budgets freed up this year. Once again, they will have to maintain a razor-sharp focus on cost reduction, efficiency and profitability. To do that, financial services managers should move beyond tactical cost reductions and focus on generating higher efficiencies. The days of nip and tuck cuts are over. To achieve truly meaningful and sustainable efficiency is not easy. Indeed, in our Top Ten Challenges For Investment Banks 2017...
The Herald - Scottish Premier League
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Fraser Aird insists he simply had to cut his ties with Rangers in a bid to kickstart his career.
Daily Express - Technology
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Sky News
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This is now a desperate race against time to get any survivors still trapped inside the hotel out to safety. Locals here in this remote Italian mountain resort believe there were up to 35 people were in the Hotel Rigopiano when the avalanche struck on Wednesday night. More than 130 rescuers have now been drafted in. With many routes cut-off and snow drifts of up to five metres high, getting access has been their biggest obstacle. The huge problem that the rescue teams have is actually gaining access to the site, so they are bringing in heavy vehicles, all the equipment they can possibly muster, to clear the way to get in there.
ITV
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We will see in the next few hours, starting with the fashion. She walks out onto the US capital platform with. Everyone is wondering what she will wear, what designer she will wear. Pretty much within hours, they will cut a fabric very similar, almost to like when the princesses come out in England so that everybody else can get a copy of the dress before the end of the day. It will be interesting. We don't know what her platform is.
BBC News 24
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It's all about caution. They are waiting to see what Trump and his series of record highs. Now that he is about to be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, will Mr Trump continue to make markets great again? Stocks initially rallied on the hope that the incoming administration would deliver an campaign promises to rollback regulations, cut taxes and spend on infrastructure. Lately they have been trading in a narrower range, someone in investors have been too focused on the upside, and haven't given enough thought to the potential negatives.
Bristol Post
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Holidaymakers jetting off to Corfu or Ibiza this Easter may have their time in the sun cut short - as half of all flights to the popular tourist spots are likely to be delayed. As well as busy airports and long queues, 50 per cent of the passengers heading to the top the Mediterranean holiday destinations are likely to face delays according to holiday website FlightDelays.co.uk.Read more: 2016 was the hottest year on record -and main contributor to globe's warming is 'human influence'And...
BBC News 24
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The president has proposed a very aggressive cut in corporate tax to 15%. Businesses have been looking for rates in the mid-20s, so 15% is a very low rate. One thing I would say about all of this is that there really One thing I would say about all of rate, the corporate tax rate, will almost certainly bring more investment into the United States, more capital investment, so one of the things that has been true about the economy is weak capital investment.
Open Culture
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Yesterday, the news broke that the Trump administration will apparently be slashing federal spending, to the tune of $10.5 trillion over 10 years. According to The Hill , the “departments of Commerce and Energy would see major reductions in funding.” And “the Corporation for Public Broadcasting [aka PBS] would be privatized, while the National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities would be eliminated entirely.” Attempts to cut funding for the arts is nothing new. Above, we take you back to 1969, when Richard Nixon planned to reduce PBSfunding from $20 million to $10 million. That is, until Fred Rogers, the gentle creator of Mister RogersNeighborhood , spent six short minutes before Senator John Pastore , the chairman of the Subcommittee on Communications, and made his pitch for publicly-funded educational television.