Sky News
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Cameron did. It is the question of what measures will be effective in raising revenue rather than dis- incentivising... Definitely. Do you think there is a chance that the job of Theresa May's husband will have any influence on the decisions around tax avoidance? If you have a major hedge fund.
21stCenturyWire
16 minutes
The New Pakistan Rather than looking at the Brexit or Scottish referendum for context, I would suggest a parallel with the situation in Pakistan during the rule of General Ziya-ul-Haq (1977/9-88). About three years ago I posed the not so rhetorical question whether “Turkey [will] become the new Pakistan?” Or more precisely, whether the “Republic of Turkey [is destined] to look like another version of Pakistan transported to the western edge of Asia”? These questions were meant to suggest that AKP-led Turkey was on the way towards adopting, what the liberal Pakistani journalist Nadeem Paracha has termed, Maududi-ism,' as a short-hand for a conscious re-application of “Islamic sources and beliefs, reinterpreting them to address modern realities. Paracha coined the phrase in reference to the thoughts and teachings of the Islamist philosopher, jurist, journalist and imam Mawlana Abul Ala Maududi (1903-79).
ITV
27 minutes
Labour really feels about Brexit, and lied to me. Brexit will happen but it is what type and how far can we be in the single market and customs union so manufacturers can trade freely. Simple question. You are the Labour spokesman here. Me? trade freely. Simple question. You are the Labour spokesman here. Me?! The parties finished
Sky News
41 minutes
the week on Monday, when she was still banned. The question is should the organisers have let her in? Rebecca Williams report. I did fail the test and I.
Northampton Chronicle & Echo
43 minutes
Opposition members have called the level of transparency at the Guildhall into question after air quality figures on one of Northampton's busiest centre streets were not available throughout 2016.
ITV
an hour
nationality, it's a question of a missing child. Madeleine's mother Kate says they're bracing themselves for the anniversary. On their Facebook campaign page they describe it as a horrible marker of time, stolen time... A new chapter in this long-running case, but the McCanns say they'll never give up hope
WinBeta
an hour
A new survey offered to Microsoft Reward members has mentioned Killer Instinct 3 as a new Xbox Play Anywhere video game coming soon to the Xbox One and Windows 10. The upcoming title, which has yet to be officially announced, was mentioned in a question asking for users' interest in both current and upcoming Xbox [...]
SiteProNews
2 hours
Keep it shorter Keep the planning brief as the business plan should leave the readers with questions to keep the interest high. If you answer each and every question, the length of the article could be considerably increased, and many will avoid reading it. You should write about the most important points of your business and show the others that you have thought about every opportunity and you are prepared to show results in a timely manner. It should trigger an interest within the investor so that he or she will schedule a meeting right away. Dont oversell The purpose is to garner interest in your ideas. Your readers must be interested enough to call for more information. However, using too many superlatives could have a negative effect as you oversell your products. Write in such way that the superlatives are not written, but people would say them out loud while reading about your work.
Washingtons Blog
3 hours
Atwood continues: The question of whether the U.S. carried out germ warfare has been raised but has never been fully proved or disproved. The North accused the U.S. of dropping bombs laden with cholera, anthrax, plague, and encephalitis and hemorrhagic fever, all of which turned up among soldiers and civilians in the north. Some American prisoners of war confessed to such war crimes but these were dismissed as evidence of torture by North Korea on Americans. However, none of the U.S. POWs who did confess and were later repatriated were allowed to meet the press. A number of investigations were carried out by scientists from friendly western countries. One of the most prominent concluded the charges were true. At this time the US was engaged in top secret germ-warfare research [ including non-consensual human experimentation] with captured Nazi and Japanese germ warfare experts, and also [ conducting non-consensual human experimentation on tens of thousands of people, including in gas chambers and aerial bombardments , with mustard gas and other chemical weapons,] experimenting with Sarin [, later including non-consensual human experimentation], despite its ban by the Geneva Convention.
Politico
3 hours
“We all agree on the benefits of tax reform and the place we want to land, and the question is how you reach that place,” said AshLee Strong, a spokeswoman for Ryan. “We continue to have productive discussions with the administration about all ideas on the table.” But Ryan’s office also cited guidance from the Joint Committee on Taxation on Tuesday suggesting it would be impossible to pass a big corporate rate cut through the reconciliation process — which would avoid a Democratic filibuster in the Senate — without paying for it. The guidance held that even letting the cuts lapse after three years would still increase the deficit beyond ten years, which would violate the reconciliation process. “We project a nonnegligible revenue loss in the tax years immediately following the budget window,” the Joint Committee said. Pointing to this report is House Republicans’ way of saying that Trump’s current approach to the tax issue simply wont work.
TIME - Top Stories
3 hours
Variety
5 hours
News broke on Monday that Universal is developing a biopic about Madonna, and while the superstar herself is none too happy about the news, the question still stands: Who has the chops to play the Queen of Pop? The movie will focus on Madonnas efforts in the early 1980s to get her first album released,... Read more »
Sky News
5 hours
question. He could not get away from it. He was asked in Vauxhall yesterday. It was one of the only things he was being asked about. It was clearly one of those things that was going to do him damage.
Washingtons Blog
5 hours
So, the highest level of the U.S. government says that black is white, and Ireland says “Whatever you say, master.” I’m sorry, my friends, but with all due respect, my dog has a better relationship with me than you have with the United States. We once had a former president named Richard Nixon who maintained that if a president does something it isnt illegal. Apparently, Anderson takes a Nixonian view of the Trump regime. Now, I understand that most of you may disagree with Anderson’s position, but she made very clear that she doesnt give a rat’s rear what you think. During the course of her remarks she suggested that the ongoing French election and other recent elections were — thank goodness! — “containing the tide of populism.” You, my brothers and sisters, are the populace. Are you properly contained? I asked Anderson a follow up question.
Sky News
6 hours
They are very dishonest people. Your organisation is terrible. Do not be rude. I will not go to your question. You are fake news. It is now clear that so-called fake news can.
Sky News
6 hours
I do not take that lightly as a parent now myself. That is not an easy thing to do, and he did that and provided that for us. It is her first visit as presidential envoy, and it appears she's still coming to terms with the role ethics experts continue to question
Mondoweiss
6 hours
The event, which ignited a thoughtful and constructive conversation, especially between panelists and the Zionist protestors at the back of the room during the question and answer section (a dialogue that in this reporter’s experience is rarely granted to Palestine solidarity activists who disrupt pro-Israel events), almost didnt happen. The day before the event the Columbia and Barnard administrations, allegedly under donor pressure, placed tight last minute restrictions on the event, limiting attendance to only 50 non-Columbia or Barnard students. “It is our hope that Columbia University and Barnard College comes to understand the importance of protecting freedom of expression on campus…In the face of intensified intimidation, we are overcome with disappointment that our university will coordinate and collaborate with our repression before standing up for its students, its values of free speech, and the spirit of open debate.
Sky News
6 hours
effectively, didn't he? He did not want to talk about it. He feels it was a distraction, so he has had to answer that question. He could not get away from it. He was asked in Vauxhall yesterday. It was clearly one of those things that was going to do him damage.
BBC News 24
6 hours
government knows who the kingpins of the poaching operation are. Corruption and incompetence have allowed the last great wildlife species to be slaughtered," you said. "No question, there's high-level protection of individuals who engage in the illegal export of elephant ivory." So, are you prepared to name names to President Kenyatta, for example?.
BBC News 24
6 hours
Tell him who is rotten? No question. To President Kenyatta, I will, but not to you. Why not to me?.
BBC Two England
6 hours
question, but he had to go through the qualifiers at Pond'skm forge. He had a reasonably favourable draw and came through convincingly
BBC UK News
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TechCrunch
7 hours
Uber is looking to get Google co-founder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page to provide a deposition in the ongoing court case between itself and Waymo. The company made the request in court today during a discovery hearing before Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley, and Waymo opposed the request. The court ended up saying itll allow a single question for Page from Uber, about whether a conversation Read More
Politico
7 hours
That’s a tall order, because Democrats generally are loathe to pass tax cuts for corporations, especially without corresponding cuts for individuals. Trump’s plan would drastically lower the corporate rate from 35 percent to 15 percent —at an eye-popping $2 trillion price tag. “The best chance to have tax reform is through reconciliation,” said a senior House Republican, referring to GOP leadership’s plan to use a fast-track tool to pass the bill on simple-majority votes. Ryan’s office stressed that talks are ongoing and nothing is decided. “We all agree on the benefits of tax reform and the place we want to land, and the question is how you reach that place,” Ryan’s spokeswoman, AshLee Strong, said in a statement. “We continue to have productive discussions with the administration about all ideas on the table.” To be sure, the House alone — not the White House — has the power to write a tax bill.