BBC Parliament
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The UK has a proud history of providing protection for those in need and we will continue to play our part in protecting the most vulnerable children affected by the migration crisis. The government has taken significant steps to improve an already come brands of approach to supporting asylum seeking and refugee children. We will continue to work to address the migration crisis and I believe the UK can be proud of its overall contribution to date and proud that we will continue to deliver on the programmes I have described.
Design Sponge
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What strikes me most about Danielle is her combination of poise and openness. During her interview for the book, Danielle said, “ I think I have made every mistake in the book. Every single mistake possible. It is humbling, but then again I have to remind myself that these mistakes have taught me my greatest, most enduring lessons. ” I am constantly inspired by the beauty in Danielle's work, but also her generosity of spirit and the way she approaches her work, keeping history and culture in mind. Read on after the jump to catch an excerpt of Danielle's interview from In the Company of Women ! xo, grace Photography by Sasha Israel for In the Company of Women An excerpt from Danielle's interview in In the Company of Women below: Name the biggest overall lesson you've learned in running a business. The biggest overall lesson about running a business is that it is a business before all else.
Deadline
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BBC Parliament
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I am proud of the part that we have played in this particular matter. Thank you for holding a surgery for MPs to clarify a point and then his brief but could I do is ask him, does he believe that statement on the seventh of brew was on my mother will love this house on the dubs amendment? I will the latest resettlement reports on July 2015, the UK has resettled more people towards the's overall resettlement target than any other EU member states and in an 2016 were transferred almost as many children from within Europe as the entire EU relocation.
TIME - Top Stories
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This digital obsession also appears to take a toll on families. Almost half of parents say they feel less connected to their family when technology is present, even when they are spending time together. Close to 60% say they worry about the impact of social media on their children's mental and physical health. Yet people are finding ways to cut back on the stressful effects of technology. The vast majority of parents, 94%, say they do something to limit their children's use, like not allowing cell phones at the dinner table or limiting phone use before bed. That's not always easy, though. Close to 60% of parents say they feel like their child is attached to their phone. Overall, Americans want to unplug more often. Nearly two-thirds of people surveyed say they agree that taking an occasional digital detox is good for their mental health. However, less than 30% say they actually do so.
BBC Parliament
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And overall, disproportionately are focused on the actions of soldiers and police. Reform is needed and in the interests of all, including the victims and survivors who suffered most, that is why the government, this government supports a fool and faithful imitation of the sport house agreement, to bring a new, balanced, and proportionate approach to dealing with Northern Ireland's past, including a new historical investigations unit to take over investigations into outstanding troubles related deaths from the Police Service of Northern Ireland and the police ombudsman.
Sky News
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In terms of the overall, the headline figure, 273,000, this is the direction the government wants to see because it is a political hot potato. That number, that addiction is about 59,000 which isn't significant according to the Office of National Statistics.
Sky News
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More Romanians and Bulgarians, others are going home to wear? Going back home. They are going back to the eight countries that joined in 2004, the European Union. A lot of those nationals that came over to live in the UK when they could and now returning home. Overall, these figures, and less explain what we're talking about it is the number of people still left in the so those coming into the country and those leaving the country in total 596,000 people came into the United Kingdom in the 12 months to September 2016, and 323,000 people went the way.
Sky News
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Despite the overall fall, the Office for National Statistics says there's been a "statistically significant" rise in the number of Bulgarians and Romanians moving to the UK. Let's talk to our Senior Political Correspondent, Robert Nisbet.
Design Milk - Home
an hour
Made from solid brass, the Zymbel candelabra features four concave discs that can be adjusted to form a dramatic way of both amplifying and reflecting light. The piece was designed by Samuel Wilkinson for Austrian brand Lobmeyr so that only one candle was needed but with the shifting discs, if feels like the light of many candles. Besides the light changing depending on how the discs are arranged, the overall composition of the candleholder evolves as they rotate around in a spherical formation. A handmade butterfly nut on the back lets you reposition the cymbal-like discs, while a simple spike holds the candle in place making it appear to float. Each component is made by Lobmeyr's craftsmen out of solid brass with a weighted base. Two of the discs are highly polished, while the other two are polished and then oil-rubbed for a more darkened look.
PC Pro
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twitter.com/4vlUqpYQbF Curtis Moldrich %u2744%uFE0F (@Khurtizz) February 23, 2017 Unlike other cars we’ve seen this year, the W08 doesnt have a ‘shark fin’ or large stabiliser protruding from the engine cover, although it’s possible the team will experiment with one last year. Overall though, it does show a continuation of the concepts that brought the team massive success over the last few years – and some new ones, too, including ‘horns’ either side of the driver cockpit. Driver feedbackYesterday was the first time I’d seen the car coming together, seeing the guys working in the factory putting this thing together,’ said three-time world champion, Lewis Hamilton. “It’s the most detailed piece of machinery I’ve seen so far in Formula 1.” See related How Mercedes made F1’s best hybrid engine - and why it’s looking forward to 2016 F1 2017: Force India unveils VJM10 F1 car at Silverstone New Mercedes Generation EQ concept is the all-electric SUV of the future “So I was super excited to see what it felt like and today I got to drive it for the first time.
Techradar
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The packages available are: [$5.99 a month] 1-month [$2.50 a month] 1-year - $29.99 Lifetime - $99.99 Download KeepSolid VPN Unlimited for Chrome here SaferVPNs Chrome extension boasts single-click connection which grants access to over 30 server locations. The extension is free, but if youre not a paying subscriber, theres a 500MB per month data limit (youre also required to sign up for free usage). The provider manages its global server network in-house, which doubtless helps on the performance front, and indeed we enjoyed good speeds and a stable connection in our testing. Theres no P2P support, though, and the service records a great deal of session data things like connect and disconnect times, bandwidth used and so on. While theres no logging of actual traffic data, on an overall level, SaferVPN collects more data than wed ideally like to see.
Futurity
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Petrolicious
2 hours
These jokers went before us. When it was their turn to go and they launched, there was a lot of noise, but they didn't go anywhere because it was so slippery. I thought, Oh God. This is going to be so embarrassing. But surprisingly we got moving faster than they did. Granted, not very fast, but at least we were moving. I was so excited that we were getting traction, that by the time we got to the first corner, I realized, Oh shit. I don't know what's going to happen when I turn the wheel. I thought it was going to understeer, but I turned the wheel, and it just, turned. From that moment on, I was totally smitten with the car. This thing is a weapon. It is ridiculous. It works so well it’s like cheating. AG : Sounds like a good first outing. PE : Everyone loved it and it didn't fall apart, it didn't blow up, and it did really well overall.
Politico
2 hours
A new CBS News poll gives President Donald Trump generally high marks for his handling of the economy, but finds that immigration is the issue the president and Congress must tackle this year. Forty-four percent of respondents approve of Trump’s handling of the economy, while 38 percent disapprove. But respondents are more split on his handling of terrorism, with 44 percent approving and 46 percent disapproving. The president gets less support for his work on foreign policy and immigration, with 34 percent approving and 53 percent disapproving of his foreign policy and 39 percent approving and 55 percent disapproving of Trump on immigration. The poll, however, was conducted largely before the White House released memos on deportation and illegal immigration on Tuesday morning. A poll out Wednesday from Quinnipiac University showed Trump with an overall approval rating of 38 percent and disapproval rating of 55 percent.
PC Pro
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Curtis Moldrich 45 sec ago Cars Named the the Mercedes AMG F1 W08, the new car keeps to the 2017 rules, so it’s much wider than before. However, at the rear of the car at least, the team has been able to keep things streamlined, with tight bodywork stretching over the engine and gearbox area. That means there’ll be more airflow to the rear wing and diffuser, two areas critical for generating all important downforce. See related How Mercedes made F1’s best hybrid engine - and why it’s looking forward to 2016 F1 2017: Force India unveils VJM10 F1 car at Silverstone New Mercedes Generation EQ concept is the all-electric SUV of the future Unlike other cars we’ve seen this year, the W08 doesnt have a ‘shark fin’ or large stabiliser protruding from the engine cover, although it’s possible the team will experiment with one last year. Overall though, it does show a continuation of the concepts that brought the team massive success over the last few years – and some new ones, too, including ‘horns’ either side of the driver cockpit.
Politico
2 hours
A new CBS News poll gives President Donald Trump generally high marks for his handling of the economy, but finds that immigration is the issue the president and Congress must tackle this year. Forty-four percent of respondents approve of Trump’s handling of the economy, while 38 percent disapprove. But respondents are more split on his handling of terrorism, with 44 percent approving and 46 percent disapproving. The president gets less support for his work on foreign policy and immigration, with 34 percent approving and 53 percent disapproving of his foreign policy and 39 percent approving and 55 percent disapproving of Trump on immigration. The poll, however, was conducted largely before the White House released memos on deportation and illegal immigration on Tuesday morning. A poll out Wednesday from Quinnipiac University showed Trump with an overall approval rating of 38 percent and disapproval rating of 55 percent.
Sky News
2 hours
The two poorest countries in the EU, they joined in 2007 and there have been a considerable number from those countries trying to come into the UK, perhaps before they fear controls on those numbers being in force. It is a very complex picture but overall I think the Government will be pleased and it shows there has not been a radical change since the vote on the 23rd of June.
Herald Courier
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Daily Express - Health
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HEART disease - also known as cardiovascular disease - is an overall term that refers to any disease that affects the heart or major blood vessels. People who have heart disease are at greater risk of heart attack.
Design Milk - Home
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Reference is minimal bookend created by Brooklyn-based industrial designer Henry Julier . His work is guided by a strong belief in design as a problem-solving tool, as a way of recognizing and forming relationships between ideas and reality, and as a method for improving the connections between people and the products they use. The design was initiated by a couple whose exhibit within the LA Art Book Fair is called In Support of Books . He was interested in sheet steel bookends as a starting point for their economy of material as well as their overall durability. While most bookends do a fine job with normal paperback books, heavier books, or even the designer's ever-expanding collection of vinyl, caused the normal sheet steel bookends to flex. Julier was also finding lighter bookends difficult to adjust under heavy loads. The need for a heavy, stiff sheet steel bookend that didn't rely on downward pressure from books to stay put, as well as being sympathetic to being picked up and plopped down at will, led to this design.
Hemmings Daily
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Once again, Mazda’s strategy was one of caution: chassis 003 would run in 767 specifications, while chassis 001 and 002 would run as 767Bs. This time, the outcome was a bit more predictable, with chassis 001 finishing the race in seventh place overall, followed by chassis 002 in ninth and chassis 003 in 12 th . In the GTP class (which, in fairness, consisted only of the Mazda entries), the cars finished first through third. Chassis 767-003 was upgraded to 767B specifications following the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and at its next outing, the October 1989 Fuji 1000 kilometers, qualified 19 th and finished the race in 11 th place, or second in the four-car GTP field. Its 1990 season began with a transmission failure at the Fuji 500 kilometers in March, followed by a rainout and race cancellation at the Fuji 1000 kilometers in April. The car next appeared at the 1990 24 Hours of Le Mans, but this time, was Mazda’s safety net, backing up the all-new Mazda 787 endurance racers.
Bleacher Report
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The Cleveland Cavaliers (39-16) will go for their 10th straight win over the New York Knicks (23-34) when they host them as double-digit home favorites on Thursday night. The NBA champion Cavaliers have won the past nine meetings with the Knicks, covering the spread in the last four as they look to win their fourth in a row overall as well. New York has dropped five of six straight up and against the spread. Point spread: The Cavaliers opened as 11-point favorites; the total is at 223, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark . ( Line updates and matchup report ) NBA pick, via OddsShark computer: 119.9-103.9 Cavaliers ( NBA picks on every game ) Why the Knicks can cover the spread The Knicks were much more competitive during the first half of the recent series skid, going 4-1 ATS despite losing all five SU . The most recent meeting was a 111-104 home loss to Cleveland as a 4.
PC Pro
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James Morris 5 min 14 sec ago Sponsored Information technology for education is in a period of considerable change. Just a few years ago, the focus was on-premise hardware and infrastructure. However, the attention has now shifted to cloud-based solutions, and at the forefront of this shift is European Electronique. Over 30 years of business, 25 of which have been serving the educational market, European Electronique has watched and driven change in information technology for education. The company began by supplying printing solutions and maintenance services to commercial organisations, but has now evolved into an IT solutions provider working across education, public and commercial sectors with a significant focus on the cloud. A key driver of the shift to the cloud is G Suite for Education allied with Google Chromebooks. The former provides ubiquitous, always-on access to a wealth of applications and services, with a low cost of use, while the latter reduces the overall per-seat cost of access to those services.