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We know in Northern Ireland it was a long-standing conflict and took a long time to get people around the same table. There is expertise the UK Government has and should find ways of applying it. I also think it is worth thinking about economic development.
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If you have declared beforehand what you think is happening there, publicly denouncing that, no government, give me one example of a government denouncing that, no government, give me one example of a government that has allowed people me one example of a government that has allowed people to go to the country that you criticised. Give way. I thank the honourable member who is well respected in this House for his expertise, does he at least accept that by speaking up against human rights violations in any country, one is not necessarily against that country? The danger is we are taking time off someone else by interventions.
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While the world of electronics devices was radically different 30 years ago when Sumitomo Chemical (SC) began developing printed electronics technology, the company had already felt it was an area where they could make a significant contribution. Drawing on the company's decades of expertise in this field, Chizu Sekine, a researcher at SC, and colleagues prepared a review of the progress made in applying printed electronics to organic devices. The review has been referenced by several other papers since it was published in the journal Science and Technology of Advanced Materials in 2014, and this year it won the journal's best paper award.
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What I know is that, like any other EU member, the UK disbanded its trade expertise when it was transferred to the European Union, so they have to reconstitute a whole body of trade experts and trade negotiators.
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What I know is that, like any other EU member, the UK disbanded its trade expertise when it was transferred to the European Union, so they have to reconstitute a whole body of trade experts and trade negotiators. This will inevitably take time, and by the way, be pretty costly. At least, that's what I'm told by my friends in the consulting and the legal business.
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And if you leave the single market and the customs union, then you will have to work very hard to find a better deal. And I just don't see how this is possible. I also don't see how the UK will be able to negotiate free trade agreements with other countries in other parts of the world in such a short period of time because the expertise to get these deals done is in Brussels. Germany for instance, would not be capable of negotiating free trade agreements at the moment too because we rely on our experts in the European commission.
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In the seventh and ultimate round of the election, 30 states abstained - the highest number of abstentions in the history of AUC elections. What has changed to make these candidates acceptable since then? The other candidates Moussa Faki Mahamat Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chad and Dr Abdoulaye Bathily of Senegal are quite similar to the two other candidates from Equatorial Guinea and Botswana in terms of what they bring. Great Africans, like the other candidates, but haven't run major multilateral organizations, don't have the track record at the top level internationally, breadth of knowledge, experience or expertise in global negotiations. Are they the very best? Can they best represent Africa on the world stage? Regional rotation at the expense of choosing the best candidate who could represent and get the best deal for Africa on the world stage would be a shortsighted mistake.
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He says each of these countries is working to help protect the primates in their territories, "but often there is neither the funds, community support, nor in-country expertise to address their conservation problems." He points to Madagascar as a prime example of those problems. "Madagascar is home to over 100 primates species. Virtually each of these species is endemic (they are only found in Madagascar), and 94 percent are endangered. Ninety percent of the original forests of Madagascar have been cut and this is a poor country." Brazil, he says, has different issues. While huge swaths of its rainforests have been protected, the country also "needs a commitment from the international community, global businesses, NGOs, and global citizens working with the Brazilian government and the Brazilian people to protect the Amazon and other natural forest communities.
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Ministers say the change will boost growth will stop the Conservatives say it is about centralisation. It is the board that makes HIE special, having a separate board allows HIE to use experience and expertise of business leaders to further its aims.
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We heard from the Member of Kingston and Surbiton who is the House resident expert, after some delay the Government has opted in but have not seen any of the data until later this year to the DNA fingerprinting expertise that we need will not come to us until later this year. I hope the important information.
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In the 16 years Ive been in Orange County, Ive witnessed first-hand the growing inequality between rich and poor, not just in my own neighborhood and up and down the freeways, but around the world as well. And while magnificent strides have been made to cure social ills, too many problems still exist, and we are living in an unprecedented time of global change and volatility. The private sector is primed to serve as the catalyst and leader for advancing social change. I offer three examples for what business can do to solve the complex issue of inequality and promote sustainable development. Example 1: Mobilize corporate volunteers. At my company, we have a vibrant employee volunteer program. We send colleagues to soup kitchens, to schools, to developing countries to share their expertise and skills, and so much more. Volunteering builds empathy, resilience and agility.
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Being able to quickly search fingerprints and DNA databases is very important in combating cross-border crime. We have heard about how being part of Europol gives us access to those databases and expertise and there are many other examples. And the challenge for the government is going to be to seek to replicate those Wan Siu-hung left.
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And at the starting point for any negotiations and discussions will not be whether we should do it, but how we should do it. I know that members and Honourable members have come before the house today demanding guarantees and more information, but I think that given the consensus in this area that it falls on a running this House, particularly those with expertise in legal training, to contribute to the question of how we can do that so insists the government in ensuring we maintain -- it assists the government.
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To what we would regard as adequate. Does he have any concerns about that? Am sure we will hear his expertise in the defence field in a few moments. I think the starting point of the EAW system is that anyone within the system has legal system which will give a British citizen a fair hearing in the same way citizens of that country would have a fair hearing here.