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We've all made mistakes, but these email errors could ruin your reputation.
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He's now being investigated for potentially breaching betting rules after odds were offered on the player eating a pie during their FA Cup tie. Here's the Sutton manager, Paul Doswell. I understand there were over 2000 bets on this particular situation, and now we have to find out if any of the 2000 bets involved me or any of the other players.
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Walmsley himself is also described as dangerous. Our correspondent Stuart Flinders is in Salford for us. What can you tell us? Merseyside Police are worried that these men are potentially dangerous. That is certainly the case. Walmsley was sentenced in June 2015 for murder with a recommended minimum tariff of 30 years for the murder of Anthony Duffy, who died of multiple stab wounds.
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That's because a civil partnership is defined as a relationship between two people of the same sex. Civil partnerships confer virtually all of the same rights and responsibilities as marriage, including the right to be next of kin and access to a partner's estate and pension if they die. Cohabitees have none of these rights. The couple had argued that the ban on heterosexuals entering civil partnerships was unfair. All three judges found that the ban on heterosexual couples entering into civil partnerships was potentially in breach of their human rights and discriminatory.
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Scientists are developing a new line of fast-growing sprouting broccoli that goes from seed to harvest in 8-10 weeks. It has the potential to deliver two full crops a season in-field or it can be grown all year round in protected conditions, which could help with continuity of supply, as growers would no longer be reliant on seasonal weather conditions.
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Advanced prostate cancer and high blood cholesterol have long been known to be connected, but it has been a chicken-or-egg problem. Now a team of researchers has identified a cellular process that cancer cells hijack to hoard cholesterol and fuel their growth. Identifying this process could inform the development of better ways to control cholesterol accumulation in tumors, potentially leading to improved survival for prostate cancer patients.
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-- transitional adjustments. We need to overhaul but the taxes completely. It in a good thing potentially you could see best is being diverted away from London and southeast towards the less well-off parts of the country in terms of balancing the economy? We need to rebalance the economy, but there are problems that Debbie's reports and reports of other consultants have shown.
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What is that? He is a psychopath, basically. I'm sure he had no problem fitting into everyday life because that is how psychopaths operate. They are not people that make themselves stand out. They are very good at blending in. As for what police might find, there is one case that potentially fits with Halliwell's history.
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The priority for deportation will remain undocumented immigrants convicted of crimes, but will also include anyone who has been charged or potentially faces criminal charges.
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US sets plan to act against all illegal immigrantsThe priority for deportation will remain undocumented immigrants convicted of crimes, but will also include anyone who has been charged or potentially faces criminal charges.
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The free app isnt loaded with features, but you can enable a daily security scan, and PIN-protect your settings and Google Play, along with one app of your choice. You can also carry out a privacy audit to identify apps using potentially exploitable permissions – and, if you’ve rooted your phone, you can take advantage of Avast’s custom firewall. This lets you block internet access for apps, or set them to use Wi-Fi only, so they dont eat your mobile data allowance. As on Windows, the free Android app pushes you towards other Avast products, including the paid-for junk file cleaner and the company’s SecureLine VPN service. The interface is also dotted with third-party adverts; a low-cost subscription gets rid of these, and removes the single-app PIN-protection limitation, so you can secure as many apps as you wish. It doesnt activate those extra Avast features, so what you’re left with is something a little less feature-filled than McAfee – but overall Avast provides excellent protection for little or no money.
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What you made of what we heard, I haven't spoke to since then, particularly the conversation about Paul Ryan, how did you interpret him feeling that he could potentially know an African the press corps through at least three other presidents, and the recognition that somehow because she was African American, she knew every single African-American legislator, on Capitol Hill.
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Scientists at the John Innes Centre are developing a new line of fast-growing sprouting broccoli that goes from seed to harvest in 8-10 weeks. It has the potential to deliver two full crops a season in-field or it can be grown all year round in protected conditions, which could help with continuity of supply, as growers would no longer be reliant on seasonal weather conditions.
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Police in southern Ontario say they're on the hunt for more than a dozen potentially deadly snakes after a the animals were stolen from a rural home.
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We are all potentially guilty, all potential criminals, all suspects waiting to be accused of a crime. So you can try to persuade yourself that you are free, that you still live in a country that values freedom, and that it is not too late to make America great again, but to anyone who has been paying attention to America’s decline over the past 50 years, it will be just another lie. The German people chose to ignore the truth and believe the lie. They were not oblivious to the horrors taking place around them. As historian Robert Gellately points out, “[A]nyone in Nazi Germany who wanted to find out about the Gestapo, the concentration camps, and the campaigns of discrimination and persecutions need only read the newspapers.” The warning signs were definitely there, blinking incessantly like large neon signs. “Still,” Gellately writes, “the vast majority voted in favor of Nazism, and in spite of what they could read in the press and hear by word of mouth about the secret police, the concentration camps, official anti-Semitism, and so on.
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The government won but only by a whisker. All three judges found that the ban on heterosexual couples entering into civil partnerships was potentially in breach of their human rights and discriminatory. But two of the judges found that the different treatment of same-sex and opposite sex couples was justified by the government's policy on civil partnerships which is to wait and see how many same-sex couples want to enter into one, rather than to get married.
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