Channel 4
7 hours
So the question becomes at some point if there is nothing to further investigate what are you asking people to investigate? That follows on from comments earlier in the day from the president, slightly off-camera comments, he was asked as a group of media were leaving a room where he had held a meeting if he supported the idea of a special prosecutor looking into the links between his campaign and Russia, unsurprisingly he said he did not and then he added, that he had had no contact with Russia in the last ten years.
BBC Parliament
8 hours
Resilience planning is so important to do that in the dry season and not to it when it rains and it floods. I want the Minister to see what further steps she would take note to make sure we have a resilient nation when it comes to flooding? This debate follows major enquiries of the social, environmental and economic impact of flooding.
BBC One Scotland
9 hours
Downing Street has reiterated that there should not be a second Scottish independence referendum. It follows renewed reports that the UK Government is concerned Brexit could bring about a second vote in Scotland. And tonight that was echoed by the former Prime Minister, Sir John Major, in a speech on the impact of Brexit. In Scotland, I believe a hard Brexit will encourage a second referendum on independence.
BBC News 24
14 hours
You say to parents, anybody who follows this evidence in the days and weeks to come, it's going to be extraordinarily difficult? It's going to be hard for all of us as we may take heart from their courage and we must have courage and face it ourselves. We have to face our past and this is an opportunity to do that.
BBC One Wales
14 hours
It follows the death of a five-year-old girl from Newport, of an asthma attack two years ago. Ellie-May Clark was taken to the local surgery, but her GP, Dr Joanne Rowe, refused to see her because she was late for the appointment. Ellie-May died a few hours later. The General Medical Council found that didn't meet the standards required, and it dealt with the GP "behind closed doors".
RT News
14 hours
OK!
15 hours
RT News
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Ashford Herald
15 hours
BBC News 24
15 hours
Just expand the controversy around this first. This follows on from two court rulings which in effect massively expand the number of people who can claim personal independence payments.
WhoWhatWhy
15 hours
The Snowden revelations, while dramatic, have done little to amp up public concern about personal surveillance. After all, thanks to technology, electronic spying is cheap — so cheap the government can’t afford not to do it. But what is the cost to society and to freedom? In this WhoWhatWhy Podcast, Jennifer Granick, the Director of Civil Liberties at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, talks to Jeff Schechtman about the technology that tracks and stores emails and follows personal movement, about the amassing and mining of metadata, and how all this information is used and misused by the government. She reveals government efforts to get social-media passwords and phone PINs from foreigners entering the country, and explains the underlying reason that the US government spies on foreigners: they are spying on us. Granick reminds us that surveillance is not just something that happens to other people, and that antiquated 20th-Century laws and post-9/11 oversight are no match for the high-tech wizardry of modern-day surveillance in the wrong hands.
The Iran Project
17 hours
Financial Times - China
17 hours
HubSpot Marketing Blog
17 hours
" 8) T-Mobile Comedian Kristen Schaal stars opposite a very confused Verizon support representative in this offbeat spot for T-mobile. Aired during the Super Bowl, the Publicis Seattle -produced ad shines with Schaal in all her usual quirky glory. 9) Take Note This ad for Toronto-based paper store Take Note might only clock in at three and a half minutes, but it manages to pack in a lifetime of emotions. The video follows a couple throughout the entirety of their relationship, shown only in the handwritten notes they leave each other. Created by BBDO Toronto , the surprisingly touching spot is a reminder of how powerful a simple handwritten note to a loved one can be. 10) Cards Against Humanity Did you just get tricked into watching 30 seconds of a stationary, silent potato during the Super Bowl? Yes, you did. This Cards Against Humanity spot is undeniably bad (It's quite literally just 30 seconds of a potato), but the stunt was a clever, well-executed move consistent with the viral card game's unusual brand.
China Daily
18 hours
The China-Australia Year of Tourism follows a slew of new incentives likely to make more Chinese cast an eye-and set foot-Down Under.
ESA
19 hours
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
19 hours
SiteProNews
19 hours
The folks who populate these subreddits are often entrenched within an industry and are discussing products/ideas/etc. that are well below the surface and can help you target your audience more effectively. Just look at the phrases that users continually use and cross reference that information with Google to see if it is a worthwhile pursuit. 7. Create “What IsArticles Anyone who is outside of or new to an industry often does not know a lot of the niche’s jargon. If you search marketing lingo such as “ SEO ” or “ influencer marketing ,” one of the top search results is always “What is XXX?” This idea is not isolated to just marketing, either. To help your site land on Google’s first page, start creating “What is” articles for your industry jargon and be sure that the title follows this formula. 8. Transcribe Company Videos Videos are a stellar way to drive engagement across social platforms and on websites.
Breitbart News
19 hours
Sunday on NBCs Meet the Press, newly elected Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez said President Donald Trump, had not proposed anything but chaos and carnage. Partial transcript as follows: TODD: What is, though, you’re out there and even the words impeachment was thrown a lot during the democratic gathering and this idea of resistance and even Hillary Clinton calling for resistance of the party. If that’s the message, does that mean, is that a signal to the Senate and House Democrats you can’t work with President Trump no matter what he proposes? PEREZ: Well, he hasnt proposed anything but chaos and carnage. TODD: He’s talking about a trillion dollar infrastructure proposal and something that Bernie Sanders has been talking about for a decade. (h/t Grabien) Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
Techradar
19 hours
What follows is an anger-inducing sequence of events that involve forced confessions, unconvincing (and possibly planted) evidence, dodgy lawyers and a complete presumption of guilt from almost everyone involved. Compelling, infuriating and tragic, we guarantee you won't be able to stop watching Making a Murderer once you've started. Seasons on Netflix: 1 When Marvel revealed that it would be creating several Netflix shows tied directly into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fanboys (like me) were over the moon. The fact that it would start by bringing Daredevil back to life (Evanescence pun completely intentional) after the much-maligned Ben Affleck film was more than we could have ever hoped for. This isn't some low-level player Daredevil is a genuine fan favourite. And if you ask us, 'The Man Without Fear' is probably better suited to being the star of a series rather than another movie especially as he'll eventually team up with Netflix's other Marvel heroes Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage in the Netflix miniseries, The Defenders.
Politico
19 hours
) To some degree, the challenge Spicer and other press aides face is unique — they are working for a president who takes an unusually intense interest in the work his communications office does. Trump is known to watch Spicer’s daily press briefings while eating lunch in the White House dining room. While the president was critical of his press secretary in the administration’s first monthespecially after he was parodied on “Saturday Night Live” — he more recently has offered the press secretary his private assurances that his job is safe. The push to crack down on leaks follows a week in which the president ratcheted up his criticism of the press and condemned the free flow of information from parts of his administration. On Friday, Trump called the media the “enemy of the American people” during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in which he railed against journalists for using anonymous sources.
SABC Digital News
19 hours
The Points Guy
19 hours
We were unable to include Allegiant Air in our study since it was not possible to obtain enough data to accurately rank the airline. Our list of contenders is as follows: While Alaska and Virgin America have completed their merger transaction , at this time they are still operating as two separate airlines, so we kept them separate in our rankings. The Criteria It's a well-known truism of the airline industry that the overwhelming majority of flyers book airline tickets based on two factorsprice and convenience. So in developing our criteria10 themes across four major categories — we wanted to make sure those two factors got the greatest weight. When it comes to price, the actual cost of an airline ticket is now only a portion of the final cost for travelers given the explosion in ancillary fees in recent years (we're thinking about baggage and change fees in particular), so we accounted for both airfare and fees in our calculations.
Derby Telegraph
19 hours
Five unbroken days of strike action by school support staff will lead to disruption in many schools this week - and to the complete closure of a Derby special school for the whole time. The latest industrial action, by members of Unison over the outcome of a fair pay review carried out last year by Derby City Council, follows two days of action last week, including a 24-hour vigil outside the Council House, and varying amounts of strike days since Christmas. Prior to that there had been...