ITV
19 minutes
They might accept free movement and Diane Abbott is saying she wants free movement at any cost. What is different about the election is that every vote for Theresa May strengthens her hands in negotiations. Allowing her to say in negotiations that she is going in with.
Daily Mail - USA
an hour
Lincolnshire Echo
an hour
The community in Boston has rallied to help an eight-year-old boy after he was allegedly attacked in a play park. Laurence Harris was rugby tackled to the ground and had his hands twisted behind his back by a 19-year-old at Wellington Park on April 14, according to mum Lorraine O'Connor. The alleged incident saw people from all corners of the town reach out to support the Tower Road Academy pupil - including Commonwealth gold medal winning light heavyweight Callum Johnson, who has invited...
PressTV News
2 hours
CNN
3 hours
CNN
4 hours
PressTV News
5 hours
Sky News
5 hours
All kinds of things can come into play, people can sit on their hands, not bother to vote, people will shift allegiances, Remain voters will vote accordingly, Brexiteers accordingly. That will split party affiliations. On the other hand, there is going to be a hard-core of constituencies which will vote Labour whatever. It's very hard to read
The Sun Daily - World News
5 hours
Sonia Guajajara, a coordinator for the march, said some 4,000 indigenous people and supporters took part in the protest. It focused on legislation that would give the last word on deciding land boundaries for indigenous reservations to Congress, where a powerful farm lobby holds sway. Currently, Brazil's president retains the power to set such boundaries. "We carried 200 coffins symbolizing the genocide and deaths of indigenous peoples at the hands of the authorities allied to agribusiness," Guajajara said. She said the violent police response was nothing compared to that suffered by indigenous people in territories where deadly clashes continue over disputed land. A police spokesman said the marchers went beyond the agreed point and invaded congressional grounds, requiring the use of force to keep them from entering the building. He said an arrow struck a police bag but no officers were hurt. — Reuters
Daily Mail - USA
6 hours
TechCrunch
6 hours
Today, Airbnbs design team open sourced its internal library for writing React components that easily render directly to Sketch. Instead of trying to get Sketch to export to code, the Airbnb team spent its time on the opposite putting the paintbrush in the hands of the engineer. Everyday engineers and designers have the luxury of operating without design systems, but large... Read More
Politico
7 hours
But after Ryan failed to get his Obamacare replacement bill over the finish line last month, the White House changed its mind. Trump decided the administration needed to take a more hands-on role in tax reform rather than leaving the details to the speaker, three administration sources told POLITICO. Indeed, Ryan’s team has been kept largely in the dark on some key details of the plan, congressional and White House sources say. We made a mistake last time” in having Ryan take the lead on health care, one senior administration official told POLITICO. We learned our lesson. Still, the White House’s strategy could backfire, namely because it’s far from certain that it can pass. If the administration pursued a tax cut that’s not paid for — sticking instead with the supply-side theory that tax cuts pay for themselves — it will take at least eight Democrats to get it through the Senate.
Ars Technica
7 hours
Enlarge / In this post a venture capital partner pulls apart this machine. (credit: Juicero ) A product designer and venture capital partner took apart a Juicero to see what made the notorious $400 juice presser so expensive. What he found was eight separate machined parts and a slew of custom plastic pieces that likely made the presser more expensive than it needed to be. Juicero came under fire last week when Bloomberg reporters found that they could press juice out of the company’s proprietary juice bags with their hands, eschewing the expensive cold-press juicer. Some investors said they assumed the Juicero would press large chunks of fruit and vegetables, but instead the heavily-funded start-up delivered bags of pre-cut pulp to Juicero owners. In his teardown, Ben Einstein notes that Juicero seems to rely heavily on custom-designed and complex parts, all of which add considerably to the appliance’s cost to build.
Sky News
7 hours
an arms race. Competitive, I think is the word and they are out of hands not be backward that in just a moment. -- Back with that
BBC News 24
7 hours
President Zuma represents the majority of the people of this country who remain in poverty, we believe he is our champion is going to be able to uplift us from property. You could argue corruption all you want. But these people know that this government has given them houses, there are roads, there is water. Something that the apartheid government did not do for them. Let's deal with the economy and take it back to the hands of the people
BBC Two England
8 hours
O'Sullivan's cost him a couple of frames. What a time to open up a three-frame advantage. O'Sullivan's got his hands full here with this Chinese player, that's for certain
BMW Blog
8 hours
9 percent followed by the 4 Series which came in seventh overall with the same percentage. Other German cars on the list include the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and E-Class which came in third and eighth overall. But what causes people to give up their luxury German models after spending so little time behind the wheel? Well, it’s not an accident, that’s for sure, as the brands themselves are encouraging people to change their cars for a couple of reasons, as explained by Phong Ly, CEO of iSeeCars.com. “While some might be surprised that these luxury brands top the list, these auto manufacturers offer their dealers incentives to buy new cars to use as loaner vehicles, which are then sold as used when they are still under a year old. This is a marketing strategy with a two-fold purpose. It puts brand-new models in the hands of current owners when they bring their cars in for service, increasing the likelihood that they will buy another car from that brand.
Sky News
8 hours
least in part rehash some of those arguments, is it going be a single market, are we going to give her a blank check to negotiate what ever she wants and all that, people cannot stand it and so I think there is a very good risk that people are going to sit on their hands. They are going to say, for goodness' sake, I know for the selections!.
Daily Mail - USA
9 hours
Teresa and Isaac Vatkin (pictured), 89 and 91, respectively, had been married for 69 years when they died holding hands in the same hospital room in Skokie, Illinois, Saturday just 40 minutes apart.
Cnet
9 hours
The Lofree mechanical keyboard comes in a few colors, but we got our hands on the mint green and white versions.
Finance Magnates
9 hours
Dover Express
9 hours
A delivery service which will provide hungry Tunbridge Wells residents with McDonald's straight to their door will be shortly opening for business. 'Munch on Deck' promises to deliver fast food favourites such as McDonald's, KFC and even ice cream. They have recently announced that their first branch is opening in Tunbridge Wells very soon. Read more: Here's how you can get your hands on a McDonald's meal for £1.99 No, it's not too good to be true. You will soon be able to get...
BBC News 24
9 hours
the course and he's two days after the race began. Tom Harrison, who calls himself Mr Gorilla, has the goal finishing on his hands and knees, in aid of The Gorilla Organization
NASCAR
9 hours
Dale Earnhardt Jr. may be retiring from full-time driving after 2017, but he thinks the sport is in good hands with drivers such as Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott.