Nottingham Evening Post
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A Nottingham care home fails to meet the needs of residents and is unsafe in some areas of practice, according to inspectors.Beechdale Manor Care Home, in Bilborough, has been rated as requires improvement by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) following an unannounced inspection over four days in November and December last year.The facility, in Beechdale Road, provides residential, nursing and dementia care for up to 65 older people.Read more: 96-year-old man charged with murdering...
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MintPress News
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So, more or less by default, Iran has moved back to the top of the U.S.’s “regime changetarget list, even though this requires basing a political case for an illegal war on the imaginary danger of non-existent weapons for the second time in 15 years. War against Iran would involve, from the outset, a massive bombing campaign against its military defenses, civilian infrastructure and nuclear facilities, killing tens of thousands of people and likely escalating into an even more catastrophic war than those in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. Gareth Porter believes that Trump will avoid war on Iran for the same reasons as Bush and Obama, because it would be unwinnable and because Iran has robust defenses that could inflict significant losses on U.S. warships and bases in the Persian Gulf. On the other hand, Patrick Cockburn, one of the most experienced Western reporters in the Middle East, believes that we will attack Iran in one to two years because, after Trump fails to resolve any of the crises elsewhere in the region, the pressure of his failures will combine with the logic of escalating demonization and threats already under way in Washington to make war on Iran inevitable.
The Guardian
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Research finds distinctive language deficits in people with mild cognitive impairment, a precursor to dementia Rambling and long-winded anecdotes could be an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease, according to research that suggests subtle changes in speech style occur years before the more serious mental decline takes hold. The scientists behind the work said it may be possible to detect these changes and predict if someone is at risk more than a decade before meeting the threshold for an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Related: Dementia and Alzheimer's leading cause of death in England and Wales Related: Dismay as Alzheimer's drug fails in clinical trials Continue reading...
Carbuyer News
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Daily Mail - Money
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A cash crisis will hit banks on the Continent if the EU fails to reach a financial services deal with Britain, according to a report.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Petrolicious
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It’s funny, I went up with a friend of mine to Laguna Seca for a Golden Gate Lotus Club gathering about 10 years ago. We were sitting in on a little meeting and a guy that was there, a real Lotus guru, started talking about all the problems that you can expect to experience with Lotuses, particularly the Elan. With so many miles, you can expect to have problems with this and that, etc. Baffled, I finally raised my hand and said, You know. The way you talk about the Elan, my car should have turned to dust about 300,000 miles ago because it's got half a million on it now. People just looked at me like, You're joking. I found the thing that fails the most is the gaiter—the little rubber thing around the gearshift. It breaks apart easily. I've probably replaced that at least 20 times. Other than that, the original muffler lasted 25 years and the only reason I got rid of it was because it was rusty and ugly —i t was still working.
BBC Parliament
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, I congratulate the member fails me a port and welcoming his colleagues the honourable lady to her front bench position, look forward to working with her -- for Elsner point. Our thoughts are with her is affected in the plant at Elsner port, Luton and those working in the supply chain and for the company in other ways and can I welcome the fact the Secretary of State has led from the front, in terms of his interactions with the French and others on this.
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Daily Mail - Home
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This is the hilarious moment a motorcyclist was caught on CCTV failing to reverse out of a simple parking bay and instead cheekily reverting to pushing two other bikes out of her path.
OK!
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Mariah Carey recently caused a social media storm following her NYE performance [Wenn] And following her disastrous performance in New York’s Time Square as part of the city’s New Year’s Eve celebrations, it now seems fans arent so keen to watch the singer at her latest gig. After being sold as the headline act for the Dubai Jazz Festival, tickets to see the award-winning performer have been slashed to encourage people to attend. Popular app The ...
Daily Express
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KyivPost
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All the rest will be as liberal as possible, including the absence of restrictions on largest concentration of land, he said at the press conference. Martyniuk said that if the market is launched in a smart way, with the gradual lifting of restrictions, this could result in development of rural areas. If the Rada fails to pass adequate bills and fails to unblock the moratorium issue, and the Constitution Court makes its decision, the liberal model would result in the quick transfer of smaller land owners' parcels to more effective agroholdings and the medium link would fall out of the process, he said. He said that the Agricultural Policy and Food Ministry jointly with the World Bank is drawing up its own bill on farmland turnover. I think before the Constitutional Court makes its decision, the government would present its vision of options to lift the moratorium, he said.
Beijing Bulletin
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Bulgarian revolutionary Vasil Levski cannot fit into the mould where politicians try to place him, President Rumen Radev has said. At the commemoration of the 144th year since he was executed by the
BBC News 24
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Neither does it seem to be the agenda of a free-market fundamentalist to be able to... You know, it isn't their economic ideology to deliver that. We are talking about infrastructure, as well. What will happen when that fails? Against whom will there be rage? The main problem, aside of the political, is the economic.
Herald Courier
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PARIS (AP) — Days after producing one of the best matches in its history, Paris Saint-Germain fell back to earth with a 0-0 home draw against Toulouse in the French league on Sunday.
NPR
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Mark Zuckerberg has announced a plan to make Facebook the only primary platform people use to connect to others virtually. But he fails to discuss the responsibilities that come with that power. (Image credit: bombuscreative/iStock)
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Max Keizer
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Here's the current federal spending pie: 55% is entitlements and interest. Both of those are set to soar as the populace ages and interest rates rise. Massive, ever-expanding deficits will push federal debt much higher, pushing interest rates up. Everybody wants to raise taxes on the rich, but a funny thing happens when tax revenues soar above a thresholdthe economy spirals into recession, and employment, profits and tax revenues all plummet, forcing even higher deficits. Entitlement program deficits are exploding higher, and all the conventional policy fixes are like building sand castles to stop a tsunami. The problem is global: as we consume the cheap energy, what's left to extract and refine is more expensive, so energy costs rise. As the population ages, entitlements soar. As the growth fixes everything model fails under the burden of skyrocketing debts, the harsh reality becomes unavoidable: We haven't grown at all.
Liverpool Echo
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