BBC News 24
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you have had some difficulty paying the bills, because divorce is expensive, that can affect your credit rating and increase your premium. There are also top reasons for it. But there does seem to be the danger anyway of the divorced penalty on car insurance. Fascinating. Thank you, Paul. You can hear more on Money Box from midday on BBC Radio 4
BBC News 24
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event there are four or five different mechanisms by which people become injured. There is a huge pressure wave that comes up from the explosion which can cause problems for people. So difficulty with breathing. Moving through to hit that can cause.
Sky News
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throughout the night trying to agree to some sort of wording for the summit in terms of global trading. So I think in terms of difficulty with Donald Trump over the two days, it is about the specific issues they wanted to be able to get some sort of agreement on and it does look like they will
Sky News
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Yes, and it overshadows things, but I actually think over in terms of the summit over the last two days in terms of any animosity they might be or difficulty between the other G7 members and the US, I think it is.
BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
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and taking Christians hostage. It has transmogrified into invasion by foreign terrorists, who heeded the clarion call of the ISIS, to go to the Philippines if they find difficulty in going to Syria
BBC News 24
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call of the Isis to go to the Philippines if they find difficulty in going to Syria. Mindanao is home to several Muslim.
BBC News 24
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the election back, or is there a difficulty? They know they are underdogs from beginning to end. There are parts of Labour HQ that do not have conversations with other parts of Labour HQ
BBC Two England
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got to start taking the election back, or is there a difficulty? They know they are underdogs from beginning to end. There are parts of Labour HQ.
BBC Radio London
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having said that just quickly you be aware of the case in Stretford at with Mum goes onto the bus with baby at dad waves are more people on bus try to revive baby 09 that baby has been there for quite some lady living in the point is going to be when you get with a learning difficulty gets 15 when nobody dies well it's good dangerous for 5 years of Superman which is much longer than its normal case because we're charges assessments dangerous and so we should we need all of those to be reassured that is ks4 BTEC.
Bleacher Report
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For Lewis, keeping the game "fun" also means keeping it fastsomething he's written into the rules (the clock will run almost the entire game) but is also ensuring through technology. "We wanted to create a game that could solve the problem that's generally out there in professional sports: that everything's taking too long," he says, adding that he thought writing the rules was going to take three hours, "and it took four months." Crucial to keeping the game snappy will be the high-tech magnetic belts, a far cry from the primary-colored vinyl most associate with the game. "A guy's running really fast when a flag gets pulled off himdo you really want to rely on the judgment of a ref who's probably not as fast as the players that he's chasing?" Lewis asks. Instead, uniform belts with magnetically-attached flags (the magnets can be adjusted to dial up or down the degree of difficulty) will contain sensors that show where exactly on the field a flag gets detached.
Mashable
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BBC Radio Scotland
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times 14 times in the bulb in difficulty in Scottish Celtic vs Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup final live on sports coverage starts tomorrow from 2 on BBC Radio Scotland or the media personality Katie Hopkins has been dropped from her job presenting a talk show on the London radio station LBC if I was a tweet in which Hopkins said that after the Manchester attack a final solution was needed to Tara she was then reported to the police in a sac Hopkins no campaign was started with an LBC sports person who said both sides had agreed that she would leave immediately David's little is Arma your correspondence no direct.
BBC Parliament
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Some of my colleagues talked about the difficulty in the relationship with 2 civil service, said, times two for what you get in defence. I found that at the top it was a fairly good relationship. But further down you got resistance to change and we brought in a tsunami.
Sky News
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they are offering a relatively small state but with that choice come ardent Nick Morris risks to the quality of public services and tough choices overspending. The difficulty in making some of the choices in wellies and I'd the toing and froing devoted politely of the funding of social care. The IFS we should say a scrupulously neutral.
The Week
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" With qualifying crucial in Monaco because of the difficulty in overtaking on the street circuit, Mercedes "will be grateful for the Monaco tradition of having Friday off, giving them much-needed time to fix their issues ahead of qualifying on Saturday and race day on Sunday", says Rebecca Clancy of The Times . As for Button, he ended the day 12th fastest and almost up to speed with teammate Stoffel Vandoorne. He admitted it had been a struggle, but that should come as no surprise. "Button turned his last F1 laps in Abu Dhabi last November, starting practice in Monaco without having driven one of the new-specification 2017 cars," says the Daily Telegraph . "A test in a Rallycross car and a start in the Race of Champions event, both in the USA and in January, are the extent of Button's 2017 mileage." F1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes Jenson Button Sebastian Vettel Ferrari
Collective Evolution
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Many people’s first sexual experiences happen directly through porn, which can create unrealistic (and often unhealthy) expectations for them. This can continue to affect people throughout their lives, even when they’re having sex in real life. Many people who watch porn regularly state that it completely alters their sexual experiences, as they have difficulty staying present in the moment while having sex. We watch this theme play out in Westworld, as even the people who think they won't engage in sex with the AI end up falling for the darkness within the amusement park and becoming addicted to it. At the end of Westworld , we discover that the AIs have consciousness. Those robots that the guests were treating as objects, similar to how women are treated in the porn industry, were actually thinking, conscious beings. We know that everything on Earth is made up of consciousness, and that everything affects the collective consciousness, so how does that relate to VR porn? When I first looked into VR porn, it reminded me of a quote from the show: These violent delights have violent ends.
Sky News
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the publication gave the manifesto huge amounts of publicity and there is a huge amount in there that people found they rather liked. Since then, the government has been in difficulty over social care and I think the momentum is very much moving in Labour's away. We will.
Sky News
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is our inability to assimilate people. But for whatever reason, most people emigrate into our country, whether it is Great Britain, the United States or other countries and we have difficulty assimilating those people so they feel part of our society and would never consider.
WhoWhatWhy
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The great difficulty with bridging the divide within modern America is that there's not only a tremendous divide in terms of people's political and moral values, there's also a huge divide over factual issues that has been intensified by the rise of Donald Trump because we see this looking at fact checking that his rhetoric is extraordinarily misleading. Much more misleading than those of many other politicians. Even though the phenomenon did not start with him, his conspiracy mongering, his facts fear [assertions? 23:49] tend to normalize a post-factual form of debate where people cannot find common ground at all because they can't even agree over basic issues. It's not possible to have a debate about how to resolve climate change, for example if a huge proportion of the population and political leaders think that climate change is a hoax and they promote conspiracy theories.
Techradar
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When you consume more calories than you burn, you put on weight. There are now apps to measure calorie consumption, that helpfully synch with fitness tracker apps to measure how youre doing with your calorie balance. The difficulty with these apps is that they rely on honest reporting by the user, which often doesnt happen. Sometimes because people unintentionally under-report, but more often because they require you to weigh your food, and frankly who has time for that? Add into the equation incorrect tracking for calorie expenditure and you are very quickly in a position where you are consuming far more calories than youre burning, and gaining weight where you should be losing it. One size doesn't fit all One of the reasons that these trackers are so much more efficient at heart rate than energy expenditure is to do with how they are measured.
BBC Parliament
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right things in this regard. I thank the First Minister for that answer. Along with the concerns raced by the Scottish Youth Parliament we see this week the Scottish association for mental hept launchling a campaign highlights the needs of young people. It points out that three children in every classroom will have experienced a mental health difficulty by the time they are 16. It also points out that nearly 7,000 Ewing people were turned away from child and adolescent mental Health Service.
Sky News
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and lower taxes. With that choice come and acknowledge risks to public service and tough choices overspending. The difficulty in making some of these choices has been well except the fight by the toing and froing, to put it politely, over the funding of social care. Let's.
Washington Free Beacon
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