BBC Parliament
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Thank you. Thank you, Madame Deputy Speaker. It is a pleasure to make a contribution to this debate. It is clear from my perspective that our rural economy has not fared well during our time as a member of the EU. But there is one thing I would say that has been even worse for the rural economy than being part of the EU and that is 13 years of Labour Government, and it is quite laughable the front bench spokesperson on the other side suggested that rural Britain has something to fear from a Tory Government.
Politico
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The president quickly shifted to more heartfelt compliments, praising Earnest for his integrity and intelligence. He said his positive first impression of Earnest has been proven correct in the years that the White House spokesman has worked for the Obama administration. That Earnest was voted the best press secretary that members of the White House press had worked with without “being too solicitous towards the press,” is further evidence of his effectiveness, Obama said. “The fact is, he was worthy of that admiration. He was tough and he didn't always give you guys everything you wanted, but he was always prepared, he was always courteous, he always tried to make sure that he could share with you as much of our thinking and our policy and our vision as possible,” Obama said. “Of the folks that I’ve had the great joy and pleasure of working with over the last 10 years on this incredible journey, you know, this guy ranks as high as just about anybody I’ve worked with.
BBC Parliament
an hour
Thank you. It's a pleasure to make a contribution to this debate. As someone who grew up in horticulture environment in Wiltshire, I see agriculture and horticulture as absolutely key to the rural economy and this is a time of uncertainty. If in a business, any business, 50-50% of your current income will end, we were told to 3-4 years. -- 50-60%.
BBC Two England
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A pleasure to commentate on it and it's just been a monumental standard. I think both players deserve a standing ovation for this performance, and I'm sure they'll get it. It just doesn't get any better than this.
The Huffington Post
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Petrolicious
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In the early 1980s it was rebuilt and sold to James Wallis of Sevenoaks, UK. In 1995 it was sold to Robert Cooper of Gloucestershire, UK., and in 1999 to Terry Larson of the USA. Terry's first drive in the car was racing at the Goodwood circuit. Used in many tours and raced several times including in the Monterey Historics. It was driven by Norman Dewis in the monterey historics twice. To say that the car we had the pleasure of filming for the Arizona Concours has history, to put it in the words of current custodian Terry Larson, would be a massive understatement. Drive Tastefully®
Forbes
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Title III of the JOBS Act went into effect last year, and many entrepreneurs and small businesses are curious about if it works and how. I had the pleasure of interviewing several companies that have gone through “equity crowdfunding.” In the first installment of a three-part series showcasing those interviews, [...]
The Huffington Post
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Shortly thereafter I realized that your sincerity and honest intention to make America a better country was at a higher caliber than any other politician I had met before you. It was then that I signed on to support your run. It was my pleasure to go on the road for you city to city, college campus to college campus, to lend my voice to the best of my ability to your campaign. Next thing I knew, I found myself sitting in the cold, choking back tears, watching you being sworn in, feeling waves of pride, inspiration and excitement for the future. Now here we are, eight years later, and we are saying goodbye to our rock, our protector and our hero during a time that has us bracing to accept the reality of the most untested and erratic President-elect in history about to take office. Who will look after us now? Who will support sanctuary cities for immigrants? Who will make sure every American has access to affordable healthcare? Who will make sure our youth have proper educations? Healthy food at public schools? Who will protect the environment by recognizing and raising awareness about the crisis of climate change as a real and growing threat against our very survival as a species? Who will recognize animal agriculture as a leading contributor to global warming, soil erosion, water pollution, rain forest loss and world hunger? Who will stop the government from giving hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars to exploit and poison the people and destroy the environment? Who will help dismantle the prison industrial complex? Who stop the militarization of police forces and build bridges between police and community? What's to become of the movement against environmental racism/classism that is being waged against the black, brown and poor white communities around the country (ex.
The Event Chronicle
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In short, there are genetic harvesting programs taking place which utilize the DNA of humans to generate created life forms which are the “false light” or fallen beings described in ancient texts. These are beings always present here without the corresponding higher dimensional counterpart to exist in the non-holographic realms outside of this fallen universe and these fallen timelines. This all has to do with spiritual hierarchy and the ancient practice of fleecing the lamb for the spiritual energy which is then used for secondary purposes outside of the original blueprint for human spiritual development. That is, to have to take life in such a manner only reflects the potential uses of such energy later; ego, pleasure, pain, everything to do with this illusory world of polarity consciousness and perception which can be skewered. True knowledge is unadulterated, true awareness is pure and if tainted is obvious to the fact.
ITV
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Bleacher Report
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New for 2017, Bleacher Report is embarking on unearthing the talents of the future, and we will showcase them each week in our Golden Boys XI. In order to be eligible to feature in this side, the players must have been born in 1997 or later. It's a narrow field, but there is plenty of young talent out there, and it's our pleasure in being able to highlight them. The team4-1-3-2 on this occasionis selected in conjunction with WhoScored.com from where all stats are referenced unless otherwise indicated. Begin Slideshow
The Iran Project
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S. withdraws from the deal. They can play victim and try to drive a wedge between the U.S. and its partners, or they can retaliate either by reviving their nuclear program or by retaliating against U.S. interests in the region. Let's remember that U.S. forces and Iranian forces are not that far apart in battlegrounds in Iraq and Syria. We will get back to the previous vicious cycle of escalation on both sides, that the U.S. would ratchet up its sanctions against Iran, and in return, the Iranians would ratchet up their nuclear program. And this could spiral out of control. MCEVERS: That's Ali Vaez, senior analyst with the International Crisis Group. Thank you so much. VAEZ: My pleasure.
BBC News 24
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We've had Al Sharpton on not so long ago and representatives from Black Lives Matter, there are approaches to protest. Absolutely. What's your take on how best to achieve change in the United States? I don't have a take on it, it's something I always am imagining in these books but for me my take is just to write, that's what I do, that's what gives me pleasure.
BBC News 24
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Robots, artificial intelligence. Absolutely, yes. I look forward to seeing it. Thank you. Akram Khan, it's been a pleasure to have you on HARDtalk, thank you very much, indeed. Thank you very much.
BMW Blog
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BBC Parliament
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BBC Parliament
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-- is it your pleasure? Amendment 119 and 120, they should be looked at together, could you possibly follow me on that, that would be very helpful? These are probing amendments and the background to that is that the bill contains aspirations and indeed, could be amended to have more aspirations to CD cover and rather rigid structure for curriculum and courses in this country change, so that there are more two-year degrees and more flexibility allowed to the possibility of taking part courses or credit in order to build up an entitlement to Bosley award of degree.
BBC Parliament
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I understand the government will reach a decision and that will not trouble them again, but I think they have gone down the wrong road on this. I beg leave to withdraw that amendment. Visit your lordship pleasure that this membership be withdrawn? It is withdrawn, Clause ten, 119.
Petrolicious
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I'd never been to Arizona before in my entire life, so to say that I went in with an open mind would be a bit of an understatement. It's an absolutely stunning straight shot from Los Angeles, about 5 hours by car, tackled by our Director of Marketing Andrew Poole and I in his E39 M5 . I can confidently say that every minute of the ride out there in that car was thoroughly enjoyable. But the scene upon our arrival at the Biltmore was out of this world. I've had the pleasure of seeing a few of Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings in person, but the chance to actually stay in one was above and beyond for the son of an architect, which is to say nothing of the car show assembling outside my bedroom door. The concours, in its fourth year has really hit its stride in what is an increasingly crowded event space. As I'm sure most of you can appreciate, there are only so many variations on straw hats scrutinizing classics on green lawns.
BBC Parliament
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NCS should be one experience amongst others. As Minister for civil society, I had the pleasure of seeing a huge number of programmes and actions run by really excellent organisations. NCS is not hear to compete with other opportunities for young people, quite the opposite, I want NCS to give young people an appetite for servers, for other opportunities on words to take for it.
BBC Parliament
a day
When you ask about my constituency, I have had the pleasure of meeting people who have taken part. Over the summer, a group of young people from cheating were holding a fair trial as part of their social project. I personally contributed to the food collection. -- from tooting. Thank you very much. I will continue. NCS developed the skills and confidence of young people, many of whom go on to graduate and work in future NCS projects.
BBC Parliament
a day
Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker. It has been fantastic to sit through the debate and listen to how much passion there is about such an amazing organisation as the National Citizen Service, and it is a pleasure to follow on from my honourable friend and all the other members who have made the tundra regions do this debate, too.
BBC Parliament
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Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker, it is a real pleasure to follow my friend from Gloucester. I wish she had that magical wand because I know he is great champion of young people has done a huge amount of work in his own constituency for young people.
BBC Parliament
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We shouldn't be afraid of having that huge ambition, that is a challenge for us, about how we actually deliver that, and not something we should shy away from. Thank you Madam Deputy Speaker, and is is a pleasure to follow the honourable gentleman, the member for Gedling. I welcome the opportunity to speak on continues to do in relation to NCS.