Sky News
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It will be quite difficult, like bumping up prices during school holidays, we always say they shouldn't do that, but of course they do because it is about money and they want to make money. They appoint is that we are renting.
Sky News
10 minutes
not true. We are saying that we must address this, it is necessary to find where that money comes from, but most of all we need to make sure that people don't worry about their care and that they get the best care possible, and that is a reasonable thing to aim for and one that.
BBC News 24
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all his success, this could be the end. There is an important board meeting. For Conta, he is on for a double with Chelsea. The smart money is on Chelsea to beat Arsenal but the gunners will be highly motivated.
KyivPost
22 minutes
The draft budget also leaves open the possibility of supplying lethal weapons to Ukraine, an item missing from the past U.S. administration budget proposals. The draft consolidated budget for 2018 proposes to increase Foreign Military Financing (FMF) for countries of Europe, Asia and Africa to $450 million. Ukraine would be eligible to receive some of that money. In general, the U.S. presidential administration's budget expenditures for European and Asian countries would be cut by 60% compared to the 2017 fiscal year budget. Ukraine this year accounts for more than 45% of all countries in the region. The U.S. fiscal years starts October 1, 2017 and runs through September 30, 2018. Further the budget request must be studied and discussed in the U.S. Congress, where changes and supplements could be made. Thus, the real amount of aid to Ukraine will be known after the completion of the entire process of adopting the document, which is now at the initial stage.
Politico
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President Donald Trump early Saturday tweeted that NATO countries have “agreed to step up payments” and “money is beginning to pour in” following his contentious meeting with leaders of the western alliance during his ongoing foreign trip. “Many NATO countries have agreed to step up payments considerably, as they should. Money is beginning to pour in- NATO will be much stronger,” he tweeted. Trump on Thursday berated U.S. allies for not spending enough on defense, suggesting they owemassive amounts” in back payments to the U.S. under the umbrella of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. “Over the last eight years, the United States spent more on defense than all other NATO countries combined,” he declared as the leaders of other NATO member countries looked on uncomfortably. Trump in his Brussels address also declined to confirm the U.S. commitment to Article 5 of the treaty, which guarantees the U.
Al Jazeera
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BBC One London
35 minutes
English players cost a lot of money. They are also the core of the team. That is what Tottenham have done exceptionally well this year. You have mentioned a few superstar names. Let's look at two men who may have a big impact today
BBC One London
35 minutes
clubs get, it's easy to get good players, so people expect a lot. It doesn't necessarily have the best players, because with the money you have, sometimes you see players where you think, hmm, would you buy that? But.
The Hill
39 minutes
President Trump on Saturday claimed that money was "beginning to pour in" to NATO, just two days after he gave ...
Lincolnshire Echo
an hour
A war veteran has been presented with his medals 70 years after he earned them. William Les Anderson did not claim the medals he should have been presented with after the Second World War but has now received them decades later. The medals include the 1939/45 Star, the France and Germany Star, and the 1939/45 Medal. READ MORE: Money still needed for International Bomber Command Centre despite £700,000 grant The 92-year-old was presented with his accolades at Sleaford...
The Event Chronicle
an hour
And I will be adding additional advertising to the site as well—but not in a way that disturbs the reading experience. The Money Question While I do not do this work for money , it is a resource that is needed to keep the work going, and if more revenue was available, more work could be done in all respects. On this score, the idea that we can't do good work of humanity while also making money needs to be set aside, as it is presently being used as a divide and conquer tactic within the awakening community. Until now, most truthers I have spoken to feel isolated, and as such, incapable of doing anything to be the change in a meaningful way. However, this paradigm of division is slowly changing, and with it, our ability as an awakening community to realize a better world is also improving. What I want to contribute to this global effort will hopefully enhance how each of us works together for freedom and truth.
Politico
an hour
Donna couldnt afford to bury her daughter and grandson, so she had them cremated. “We actually got pretty lucky,” Donna says, “because [the funeral home] gave us a break on the baby.” Even so, Donna had to borrow money from other relatives to cover the costs of the two cremations, related county fees and a small memorial gathering. Other costs proceeding from the shooting included a six-figure invoice for the emergency helicopter flight (ultimately resolved by Medicaid); and ongoing psychological counseling for Kathryn’s older son, who lives with Donna. Unintentional shootings often go unprosecuted , even when they result in death. The man who killed Kathryn, William DeHayes, was never charged in her death, though he did later serve a brief jail sentence for an unrelated incident that also involved misuse of a gun. Kathryn’s family pursued civil action against DeHayes, though they knew he didnt have the means to pay a large settlement.
BBC News 24
an hour
this is what the Conservatives are relying on. Young voters are flocking to Corbin on the basis you want to make university education free and renationalise the railways and produce a magic money tree and get money away. And domestic pointers that people have welcomed. That it does resonate with. What we know from collections is that young voters very.
Daily Mail - Money
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Al Jazeera
an hour
The Event Chronicle
an hour
By Gregg Prescott, M.S. As a visionary, I receive messages through my dreams , 3 rd eye, and often times, directly from Source. In the past, I’ve spoken about a dream where I saw 3 massive tidal waves that will arrive which are basically waves of transformational energy , not water. It’s not a catastrophic event but one of transformation . In a 3 rd eye vision , I saw (what looked like) myself standing in front of me while a huge wave of white light floods the planet. When that happens, the only thing you’ll feel is unconditional love magnified more than anything you’ve ever felt before. ALL 3 rd dimensional worries, such as money, politics, relationship issues, etc… will be completely gone. My guides have been telling me to pass on the information that we all should be focusing on keeping our vibration high while emphasizing the importance of grounding yourself as often as possible.
Bleacher Report
an hour
Speaking to Brazilian TV channel SporTV , Willian said he wants to attain British citizenship rather than quit the Premier League (h/t Alex Wood of the Daily Star ) : " Of course money is important. No one can survive without money. But money is not everything. If I can get this British citizenship, I can start to do documents next year. You have to take a test to get that passport too." It makes sense for Mourinho to have sought a reunion with Willian. After all, the South American has worked well with the Portuguese coach before, being one of Mourinho's key players during his last title victory with Chelsea in the 2014/15 season. Although Willian has since been marginalised under Blues manager Antonio Conte, he hasn't lost his knack for finding the net, according to Sky Sports Statto: Moura is coming off an outstanding season. The 24-year-old Brazilian ran defences ragged during the 2016/17 campaign for PSG, per WhoScored.
Nottingham Evening Post
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The Cornishman
2 hours
You've probably never considered living in a bank before, but it turns out they can make a desirably spacious home. The former NatWest bank in Callington is set to make money when it comes to auction in June. The extensive town centre property at 45 Fore Street has a freehold guide price of £90,000 to £110,000 and is among the West Country lots listed for sale by regional land and property auctioneers Clive Emson. Senior auction valuer Katie Semmens said: This is a rare...
Goal
2 hours
The Premier League club know they will have to pay a premium for their top targets this summer and they believe the 23-year-old is value for money
Sky News
2 hours
the revenues into grassroots football. Including woman's football and disabled teams. Labour says that perhaps the money isn't reaching wretched. The Conservatives say.
Auto Express
2 hours
Once fully briefed, I found driving home from the dealer in the Megane relaxing, with a comfortable ride, enough performance around town and pleasing refinement if you keep the revs at a sensible level. Image 7 of 12 Image 7 of 12 Once driving home, I could explore more of the features we went for. At £500, the full LED lights arent the cheapest, but they work brilliantly, casting a piercing white glow over the road. Spending plenty of time in dense stop-start London traffic, I thought the Safety Pack Premium was a good option to go for, too. At £400 it adds distance warning, adaptive cruise and autonomous braking, so if it saves a bump in town, it’ll be money well spent. The £500 Parking Pack Premium brings blind spot warning all-round parking sensors and an automatic park function. Our Megane costs £23,385 as tested; a respectable price given the blend of space, practicality, style, efficiency and tech on offer.
Autocar
2 hours
But, frankly, it’s several steps beyond anything I can relate to. It’s not really a car, to be honest.. It’s a peek into the ultra-luxury lifestyle of the ultra-rich, a money-no-object world of luxury yachts, private jets and fine dining. And that is exactly why Sweptail has significance beyond being a one-off combination of car, engineering, design, fashion, art and theatre: it hints at a future direction for Rolls-Royce. Sweptail is a return to the company’s ‘coachbuildroots – a one-off car engineered on a basic platform to an customer’s every whim. For the customer, it’s as much about the experience as about the car. Imagine having access to Rolls-Royce’s director of design for four years, and having him personally create a one-off car. How much would you be willing to pay for that service? Well, guess what? If you have to ask... But there are people out there who can afford it.
Voice Of America
2 hours
Police in Libya have detained Abedi’s father and brother. Details on how they may be tied to the bombing have not been released. Many of the victims were young girls, a large part of Grande’s fan base. Others were parents who had gone to meet their children after the concert. The youngest victim was 8 years old. Grande says she will return to Manchester to do a benefit show to raise money for the victims and their families. No date has yet been set for the concert.