BBC Parliament
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size of the That is why I would start. -- than size of the border. I am just That is why I would start. -- than size of the border. I am just about to vanish. Our size of the border. I am just about to vanish. Our new goal. We have got plenty of time. I thank the Honourable Lady forgetting way. Very briefly, does she not agreeing that by reducing tax in this country, reducing corporation tax in particular, we are more likely to attract inward.
Sky News
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the way in which our economy has developed, we have to be outward looking, not inward looking. I think Labour has hit on the right issues. We are focused on the economy and make sure we have a Brexit that is right for Britain. We.
The Sun Daily - Parenting
20 hours
5. Limits and boundaries Despite their protests, children need and want limits. Clear, consistent limits and rules based on your values, provide safety and security. Setting limits teaches children the critical life skill of setting healthy boundaries for themselves. 6. Boredom When children are given the gift of down time and even boredom, they have the opportunity to look inward, to discover themselves, their feelings and their needs. Down time creates an opportunity for them to "take action" in their lives rather than have "action" come to them. It is through down time that creativity emerges and children learn how to be alone without being lonely. 7. Struggle and disappointment While it is natural for parents to want to protect their children, it is important for them to allow children the freedom to make their own decisions. They need to experiment, make mistakes and fail (yes, fail).
Informed Comment
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It could happen when Trump destroys a test missile that North Korea is about to launch, and the country might respond by firing artillery at Seoul (population: 25 million). He cites Gen. Gary Luck, a former commander of American forces in South Korea, as estimating that a new Korean war could cause one million casualties and $1 trillion in damage. Let us all hope and pray that this nightmare scenario does not become reality. This may be the most unfortunate trend of the Trump presidency. Far from the expectation that he would retreat from being the world policeman and turn inward to work for “America First”, the new President may find that fighting wars or at least unleashing missiles and bombs in third world countries may “make America great again”. This may be easier than winning domestic battles like replacing former President Obama’s health care policy or banning visitors or refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries, an order that has been countered by the courts.
The Sun Daily
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The need for new recruits was obvious and over the summer Benitez was handed £55 million (RM309 million) to spend on 12 new players, most of whom have proved shrewd signings. The attack has been spearheaded by Dwight Gayle, who has scored 22 goals but missed Monday's game through injury. Just behind him, Matt Ritchie knew exactly what was required having previously been promoted with Bournemouth, while Ciaran Clarke has shored up a perennially leaky defence. Benitez also scored wins off the pitch, mounting a charm offensive with the supporters and the local press, who had felt shut out by an increasingly inward-looking club frustrated by years of under-achievement. The result is now promotion, which was always the minimum return on Ashley's investment. But there has sometimes been conflict and in January he refused Benitez's request to re-sign England winger Andros Townsend from Crystal Palace.
BBC Parliament
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a low tax, low-wage, low regulation UK. We already know that exit will hit wages and jobs, leaving the single market will cause damage to our exports, it would jeopardise the inward investment that creates jobs and limit our ability to attract and retain those citizens that contributes so much to our society.
The Event Chronicle
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Sky News
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tax, low-wage, low regulation UK. We already know Brexit will hit wages and jobs. Leaving the single market will cause damage to our Xbox. It will jeopardise the inward investment that creates jobs and it could limit our ability to attract and retain those EU citizens who contribute so.
BBC News 24
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them, Brexit as a means to an end. And the end for too many Tories, too many in the current UK Government is a low tax, low wage, low regulation UK. We already know that Brexit will hit wablings and jobs. Leaving the single market will cause damage to our exports and jeopardise the inward investment that creates jobs and it could limit our ability to.
The Event Chronicle
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Mondoweiss
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To believe our lives are inextricably linked with others is lovely. To live out that belief can be hard. It becomes difficult to set priorities when so much is under attack. People make decisions about this all the time. With money: pay rent or buy food? With energy: fight for clean water or fight for racial equality? And in spite of knowing that these things overlap that environmental racism means one cannot fight for clean water without also fighting for racial equality, or that poverty means facing both food precarity and housing insecurity simultaneously we find ourselves making these choices nonetheless. There is simply not enough of ourselves to go around, and under inundation, even less. This may be why my poor white friends turned to Trump (“it’s about time we were seen”), why my white liberal friends turned to something else (“the world is ending”), my black friends of all socio-economic statuses turned to protest (“we have been here before”), and my undocumented students turned to sleeping in my office while ICE raided the Beach Flats.
The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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Voice Of America
4 days
The founder of Microsoft, billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates, has given a passionate defense of foreign aid while voicing fears the political climate in the U.S. and in Britain could result in cuts to aid budgets. In a speech this week in London, he warned that withdrawing aid would "create a leadership vacuum that others will fill." Gates, who gives $5 billion a year to development aid through the foundation he set up with his wife, Melinda, is one of the world's most generous philanthropists. In a speech at London's Royal United Services Institute this week, he voiced fears that the political tide is turning against foreign aid. "It concerns me that some world leaders are misinterpreting recent events as reasons to turn inward instead of seeing them for what they are: problems that although they are difficult and will take time, can be solved — if we invest in the long-term solutions that are necessary," Gates said.
Voice Of America
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The founder of Microsoft, billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates, has given a passionate defense of foreign aid while voicing fears the political climate in the U.S. and in Britain could result in cuts to aid budgets. In a speech this week in London, he warned that withdrawing aid would "create a leadership vacuum that others will fill." Gates, who gives $5 billion a year to development aid through the foundation he set up with his wife, Melinda, is one of the world's most generous philanthropists. In a speech at London's Royal United Services Institute this week, he voiced fears that the political tide is turning against foreign aid. "It concerns me that some world leaders are misinterpreting recent events as reasons to turn inward instead of seeing them for what they are: problems that although they are difficult and will take time, can be solved — if we invest in the long-term solutions that are necessary," Gates said.
The Economic Times
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Voice Of America
4 days
"We know where the disease is, we know what to do about it and where do it," Emerson told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. "That may sound simple but we can only reach our goal of eliminating trachoma through a combination of joined-up efforts." Trachoma can be prevented in childhood by having facilities for children to wash their faces and if caught soon enough the disease is easily treatable with repeated doses of antibiotics. Those suffering with an advance stage of the disease, in which the eyelashes turn inward and scrape the cornea, can be treated with simple surgery. This week, governments and private donors pledged more than $800 million at a meeting in Geneva to accelerate the fight against NTDs. The Geneva gathering came five years after a meeting in London brought a commitment by the public and private sectors to achieve WHO goals for the control and elimination of NTDs.
Western Morning News
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BBC News 24
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Yet these days France's increasingly inward looking, far from the fashion boutiques of the left bank, chronic and deployment. Worst in the city suburbs and the young and the ethnic minorities, there is a slow growth and debt, amid all this doubt a feeling that French culture.
The Guardian - Music
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Haochen Zhang (BIS) Haochen Zhang is both a prodigiously award-winning pianist and a self-confessed introvert, and the wide-ranging choice of repertoire on his first studio disc reflects this. He captures the childish, quickly dissipating seriousness of Schumann’s Kinderszenen , and plays it with the kind of artistry that sounds sincerely artless. Liszt’s Ballade No 2 has Zhang creating great rumbling waves in the left hand, then closing in an atmosphere of hard-won peace. In this, and in Janáček’s Sonata 1 X 1905, he excels in conveying the larger shape of the piece, knitting the phrases together into long paragraphs, yet he doesnt short-change the showier passages. Brahms’s Three Intermezzos, Op 117, make for an understated close to an intimate, inward-looking disc, and their feeling of slow rise and fall evokes the breathing of a huge creature asleep. Rarely on this recording does his playing make a forceful bid for the attention, but it certainly rewards close listening. Continue reading...
BBC Two England
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by working with other countries and the EU is an important... If the thrust of your politics is being driven by an inward.
The Event Chronicle
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Our Mystical Thinking Connects Us All Remember life here on Earth is unique for every one of us. Our views depend on where we’re physically located, our financial status, spiritual beliefs, religion, ancestry, life experience, courage, health and a host of other factors. Deeper inside of us all lives a knowledge that we are truly all connected by our humanity. If we are mega-sensitive to every negative event that occurs in the world daily, it begins to have a very damaging effect on our hearts and minds. Our lives are purposeful when we give them purpose. Keeping our minds centered, balanced and focused can become a challenge without certain ingredients to help us cope in a healthy way. Looking inward, remembering what we’ve learned, what our own truths are can be a big help. We can slow down our anxious minds with meditation, prayer, exercise, nature, music, journaling, art.
BBC News 24
6 days
who show that particularly at this time, as we are leaving the European Union, we want to show we are good global citizens, that we aren't inward looking, we aren't pulling up the drawbridge, we are getting out there into the world. I think maintaining that commitment shows our commitment to the rest.
BBC News 24
6 days
The bigger question, you have to roll everything together and say what this manifesto must not be is inward looking little Britain. There is a strong argument for retaining the 0.7%, but on any absolute financial basis, I'm afraid it should be looked at