AFP News Agency
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Apprentices put their knife skills to the test in a competition to crown the best aspiring butcher in the Ile-de-France region ahead of a national competition. Young butchers are in demand in France and the industry is going through a hiring boom.
Sputnik International
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Several media outlets, including the Associated Press, filed a brief with a federal court on Monday to require that the FBI make public certain evidence regarding the San Bernardino investigation, including information on the cost of the software tool the FBI used to hack an iPhone and the identity of the person or persons who sold it to the FBI.
BBC News 24
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Here's our Health Editor Hugh Pym. NHS budgets in England are rising, but patient demand is growing even faster. Now each local area has been told to come up with a plan to cope with that. At this Nottingham trust, seen here recently, they want to shift resources out of hospitals, and into the community.
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He also said that while the portfolio was being reduced, the company will not lower production capacity, and would rather expand it depending on demand generated by the new portfolio, led by the flagship launches. HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play will be available in India from March 6 and mid-March, respectively.
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BBC One Scotland
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There are 29,000 young carers in Scotland. It is thought many more are trying to cope. Scared of asking for help in case they are separated. There are those who have more demand, and heavier responsibilities.
ITV
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The way it works is they provide us with their availability. We will take that and we will match that with consumer demand. Deliveroo's success is remarkable. The company says the majority of riders are happy, but on the south coast and elsewhere, there is trouble brewing.
BBC Parliament
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Not long after I was elected - the FCA had withdrew the promise to look into banking culture. I mean, why? It's the most obvious thing that should be done to try to clean up the financial system, the public would demand manned it. Businesses would demand it and I can not understand why they wouldn't bring forward a very view into the very thing in my view which is facilitated the crash and could again facilitate another crash if we are not too careful.
Beijing Bulletin
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Staff at this nursery in Bolton fear the rate rise could mean they have to close. Our rateable value is going from 42,000 up to 65,000. At the moment, we don't know how we're going to meet that demand. It is going to be tough, it is. Forcing businesses out of business, not quite what you might think a Tory government is really all about.
BBC Parliament
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The bill was drafted it would appear sensible, given the current climate and mood that we extend this so that liability reaches the ports of organisations. I've mentioned this on the force of the House before, but as a lawyer with some in-house experience working before, but as a lawyer with some demand corporate economic crime is extended beyond tax evasion.
Ruptly TV
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BBC Parliament
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It we would place ourselves at a competitive advantage by comparison to other countries and that therefore that is something that would be entirely acceptable to do. Clearly it would not and we have taken an opposite view that there is a reason to demand transparency, that it is essential in order to tackle corruption, and were talking about measures necessary not just to protect UK taxpayers, but also the poorest countries in the world, disadvantaged and penalised because people can siphon off funds unlawfully, in morally and shelter them in regimes.
BBC News 24
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NHS England argues that the plans will allow them to put more resources into care in the community. Here's our Health Editor Hugh Pym. NHS budgets in England are rising, but patient demand is growing even faster.
Ruptly TV
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Ruptly TV
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S." SOT, Li Keqiang, Premier of the People's Republic of China (Mandarin): "With such a huge trade scale, it is impossible to avoid the trade friction. But I believe if we insist the ideas of 'respect, equality, coordination,' the problems will be solved properly. We have confidence it will go to the right direction" SOT, Li Keqiang, Premier of the People's Republic of China (Mandarin): "If China launches a trading war against the US, it will be bad for China, U.S. and the whole rest of the world" SOT, Bernard Cazaneuve, Prime Minister of France (French): "We are, like you said when you referred to Trump, in a period of protectionism - by which I mean an idea where we think that if we close our borders and exchanges we will get more economic and social progress - this idea now is expressed by quite a few state leaders. I think that in times like this we must be pragmatic, by which I mean create more exchanges and find a balance founded on collaboration between economies" Video ID: 20170221- 048 Video on Demand: http://www.