BBC Parliament
5 hours
The King's Fund has described using it as an inadequate response which passes the problem to local Government. I think that is a key factor. Also theed a quasys or otherwise. The precept raised £220 million and it will raise £253 million.
BBC Parliament
5 hours
That is nearly 700,000 older people not receiving enough help for their daily care needs and 500,000 people receiving no help, not even from family and friends. And taking into account tasks like shopping and taking medication, which the honourable lady mentioned as an important factor that older people need to be reminded, Age UK say 1.
BBC Parliament
8 hours
BBC News 24
9 hours
Business needs to factor that into their plans. And domestic political hurdles arise as well. If cars and Aerospace word to get favourable deals, why not textiles and widgets? How would the government sued the ire of those not receiving preferential treatment? And nor will three -- free trade deals with third World countries be that straightforward, even the most attractive options, political hazards.
Expert Reviews
14 hours
The standard XA1 is slightly more modest, possessing a 5.2in, 720 IPS screen. Both look pretty sharp in real life, but definitely lack any “wowfactor. Sony Xperia XA1 XA1 Ultra: Camera Let's start with that camera. Sony has always equipped its phones with above-average cameras, but this one is really generous. The 23-megapixel camera in the XA1 is great. I took a couple of pictures with it at the hands-on area here in Barcelona and was pretty impressed at the quality and sharpness of the images. Detail in the picture only started to struggle when I pinched to full zoom on some poor stranger's face 10+ metres away. There's a couple of strong flagship features inside this Motion Eye camera too. The ability to capture super slow motion at 920fps is one; predictive photography is the other. Super slow motion: A mid-range phone that records slow motion at 920fps sounds impressive.
Derby Telegraph
16 hours
Frank Harwood, who lives in Oakwood, looks back on his years as a football referee: WHEN I started out on my first refereeing appointment, Mackworth St Francis versus Mackworth United, I did not envisage that referring would be part of my life for the next 25 years. During all that time, in which I probably officiated in more than 1,000 matches, I recall sending off only three players, with a considerable time factor between each of them.When I became the manager of the Pickfords Removals...
Leicester Mercury
17 hours
Police and crime commissioner Willy Bach has confirmed he will step down at the next election. The Labour peer is nine months into his tenure in county policing's top political post but said he is already certain he does not wish to carry on beyond 2020. The 70-year-old said: It has always been part of my thinking that I would just do the one term. Age is the main factor. Lord Bach also said family considerations had played a part in his decision not to seek another four years...
Expert Reviews
17 hours
Nokia 3310 vs Nokia 3310 (2017): Battery life Everyone remembers the 3310 having a fantastic battery life, outlasting modern smartphones by a factor that doesnt even bear thinking about. Of course, when you’re only powering an 84 x 84-pixel monochrome screen and not worrying about Wi-Fi signal hunting or background processes, the battery will last forever. For the new Nokia 3310, Nokia has attempted to keep the killer battery life by promising a solid day of talk time (22 hours) and a standby time of up to a month between charges. It’s unlikely it will last anywhere near the unfathomable number of days you remember your original 3310 giving you, but it’s certainly enough to forgo the charger for a day or two. Nokia 3310 vs Nokia 3310 (2017): Features At the time, the original 3310 was packed with features most phones didnt have. By today’s standards, it’s a rather meek offering, but back in the year 2000 you’d be talk of the town thanks to the 3310’s calculator, stopwatch and reminder functions alongside voice dialling and SMS texts.
The Economic Times
18 hours
Taxation and net value in the hands of shareholder are crucial aspects,” says Bhat. Tax implications of on-market and off-market buyback offers differ In the case of on-market buyback through the stock exchange mechanism In the case of off-market buyback from shareholders Source: PwC India Take note of acceptance ratio It’s important to understand the acceptance ratio of buyback offers. If you are holding 100 shares of a company, it doesnt mean the company will buy back all 100. “Investor should have a better understanding of the acceptance ratio of the quantity and price of the tendered shares’,” says Yogesh Mehta, VP-Equity Advisory, Motilal Oswal Securities. “In case of TCS, for instance, the acceptance ratio for retail shareholders works out to be below 3%,” says Nikhil Khandelwal, MD, Systematix Shares & Stocks. Are promoters participating? Another important factor to take into account is whether promoters are participating in the buyback.
Leicester Mercury
18 hours
Police and crime commissioner Willy Bach has confirmed he will step down at the next election. The Labour peer is nine months into his tenure in county policing's top political post but said he is already certain he does not wish to carry on beyond 2020. The 70-year-old said: It has always been part of my thinking that I would just do the one term. Age is the main factor. Lord Bach also said family considerations had played a part in his decision not to seek another four years...
SiteProNews
19 hours
U.S. tax payers are more vulnerable to identity theft than ever before, according to a new report. Fifty-eight percent of Americans say they are unconcerned about tax fraud, according to data security and identity theft protection firm CyberScout . And this despite federal reports of 787,000 confirmed identity theft returns amounting to $4 billion-plus in potential fraud last year. “We’ve reached an extreme level of cybercrime where identity theft has become the third certainty in life,” CyberScout founder and chairman said Adam Levin said in a press release. “In tax season, it is crucial that everyone remain vigilant and on high alert to avoid tax related identity theft or phishing schemes.” In its second annual Tax Season Risk Report, CyberScout discovered that j ust 35 percent of U.S. taxpayers ask their preparers to use two-factor authentication to protect their personal information.
Breitbart News
19 hours
Nottingham Evening Post
19 hours
Leicester City's players might have been quick to deny that a contingent of them campaigned to get Claudio Ranieri the sack, but whatever the truth of it, there is no escaping one unwavering fact players decide the fate of managers more than anyone or anything else.Whether a group of Leicester players campaigned to the owners of the Premier League champions for change or not, their actions were still nevertheless a huge factor in the outcome.What they produced on the pitch was what led...
Informed Comment
19 hours
Add in one more factor of our moment: we have the first signs that members of the military high command may no longer feel completely bound by the classic American prohibition from taking any part in politics. General Raymond Tony Thomas, head of the elite U.S. Special Operations Command, speaking recently at a conference, essentially warned the president that we are at war and that chaos in the White House is not good for the warriors. Thats as close as weve come in our time to direct public military criticism of the White House. The Ascendancy of the Billionaires As for those billionaires, lets start this way: a billionaire is now president of the United States, something that, until this country was transformed into a 1% society with 1% politics, would have been inconceivable. (The closest we came in modern times was Nelson Rockefeller as vice president, and he was appointed by President Gerald Ford in 1974, not elected.
Sputnik International
19 hours
Following the US President's remarks on the alleged crisis in Sweden, Fox News attempted to get to the bottom of what's really going on there. In an ironic turn of events, the "Swedish defense and national security advisor" whom the channel invited to The O'Reilly Factor turned out to be a complete stranger to the country's defense services.
Liverpool Echo
19 hours
Matt Terry, Honey G, Saara Aalto and others from the Class of 2016 performed in Liverpool this evening
Liverpool Echo
19 hours
Its so, so, slick. Your fearless correspondent took his seat - accompanied by his wife and their two young excuses at 7.30 and barely two hours later hed been treated to 38 songs by eight acts, all reprising some of their greatest hits from last years instalment of the prime time juggernaut you all pretend to hate.
The Sun Daily - Business
19 hours
The Cornishman
19 hours
If there's one thing the Cornish know about, it's rain. Despite the glorious duchy's reputation for sun, sea and sand, we are all too aware that for much of the year, we spend more time dodging the drops than slapping on the factor 15. This doesn't mean it's all about waiting days to hang out the washing or dragging the children kicking and screaming away from the Xbox, telly or myriad other devices with screen that they look at so much it almost makes their eyes square. But it does have its...
Daily Mail - India
20 hours
California actress Blanca Blanco, 27, clearly didn't factor in what might happen as she posed on the red carpet in the dress slit to the hip at the front.
The Economic Times
20 hours
The minimum target due to a breakout is placed at 9493 and can extend up to 10000 level. Strong support is placed at 8826-8712, if this holds its next target would be 9119.What to Do? Maintain existing long position, as the index move above 8968 and 9119 by end of March, it would confirm bullish trend for the Nifty. This uptrend could remain intact up to January-March 2018 and it may turn out to be a multi-year rally for the Nifty.Buy LIC Housing Fin at CMP Rs 566, with a stop loss Rs 550, for a target of `600.Buy Bharat Forge at CMP Rs 1,060, with a stop loss of `983, for a target of Rs 1,190. GAUTAM SHAH, CMT ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, CHIEF TECHNICAL ANALYST JM FINANCIAL SERVICES Where are We? Indian markets had seen a spectacular rally in the last eight weeks leading to new 52-week highs. A wall of worry has been climbed as all those factors that could have potentially hurt the trend & sentiment (earnings, demonetisation, Union Budget, Trump factor etc) have passed peacefully and worked in favor of equities.
The Economic Times
20 hours
Taxation and net value in the hands of shareholder are crucial aspects,” says Bhat. Tax implications of on-market and off-market buyback offers differ In the case of on-market buyback through the stock exchange mechanism In the case of off-market buyback from shareholders Source: PwC India Take note of acceptance ratio It’s important to understand the acceptance ratio of buyback offers. If you are holding 100 shares of a company, it doesnt mean the company will buy back all 100. “Investor should have a better understanding of the acceptance ratio of the quantity and price of the tendered shares’,” says Yogesh Mehta, VP-Equity Advisory, Motilal Oswal Securities. “In case of TCS, for instance, the acceptance ratio for retail shareholders works out to be below 3%,” says Nikhil Khandelwal, MD, Systematix Shares & Stocks. Are promoters participating? Another important factor to take into account is whether promoters are participating in the buyback.
Sky News
a day
You had one minister say that losing Copeland by the amount you did was incredible achievement. I don't know how far people across the country grasp the extent of the problems that we have got. I'm not in the inner circle and so I do not know what the leaders responses are is but I think the trouble with looking at every factor apart from Labour is that it is a thoroughly inadequate response.
BBC News 24
a day
They see a significant factor in certainly the loss in Copeland but also the other troubles, you know, look at Labour's poll ratings, they say a significant factor in that has been that sense of disunity, the sense of sniping and complaining about Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.