BBC News 24
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I feel very optimistic. The boss here hopes Donald Trump can fill his government with tough business people. And in the end, if they don't do it, he'll fire 'em! But it's not The Apprentice, is it? It's more complicated, it's more nuanced. Is he going to be able to cope with the political, diplomatic challenges? That remains to be seen. I think he is introducing something into the political landscape that's never been done before. Anything that you take to the parade is subject to being searched.
NPR
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The Event Chronicle
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The ruling elite know that our children are here to bring in the mass awakening needed for planetary transformation. Therefore, the children are seen by the ruling elite as a threat to their agenda and have to be dumbed down. What about the net effects these toxins will have on the children when they grow up? 2. More mind-altering drugs Adults have also been increasingly drugged (as well as suffering from the increased environmental toxicity). For example, the increased prescribing of opioid painkillers in the USA has lead to a serious addiction epidemic. Consistent with an increase in anxiety and depression, antidepressants are being prescribed more than ever. The infamous shooters were on antidepressants, such as the Sandy Hook shooter. Hostility, violence and suicide have been linked to the side-effects of antidepressants. According to Dr Ed Group 716/100,000 military people have committed suicide as a result of antidepressants.
Liverpool Echo
14 minutes
Large number of motorbikes seen prior to Stockbridge Village shooting
Auto Express
15 minutes
We have seen the direction of the Prime Minister of the UK, [so] we are now going to consider, together with the suppliers, how our company can survive." Fellow Japanese car maker Nissan has already received guarantees from the Government over its Sunderland plant and while there's no indication Uchiyamada wants similar terms for Burnaston and Deeside, he's optimstic Toyota can stay in the UK. He added: "We are considering and discussing with the Government how to maintain the competitiveness and therefore through these kinds of communications we have with the Government, our hope is that we will be able to draw a bright future for the continuing existence of the plant." Car industry stresses need for free trade The rest of the car industry is also considering where its future lies in the wake of the latest Brexit announcement with SMMT chief executive Mike Hawes stressing the need for free trade.
The Week
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Why was it so important? "Hadrian's Wall marks what was the farthest reaches of perhaps the greatest empire the world has ever seen and cuts a path through some of the country's most spectacular landscapes, making it a perfect destination," says the Daily Telegraph . However, the traditional view of the wall as protecting a civilised world of baths and temples against marauding Scots is probably false. Historians now believe it was designed to scare and extract taxes from tribes on both sides of the border rather than to keep invading war parties out. Historian Neil Faulkner describes the Roman imperium as a system of "robbery with violence", while the Vindolanda tablets, written by soldiers living near the wall, show Romans disdainfully called the locals "Brittunculi" - "wretched little Britons". What's taking place this year to commemorate the occasion? There will be a number of attractions along the wall, as well as in museums located on the sites of the Roman forts Arbeia in South Shields, Segedunum in Wallsend, Chesters in Chollerford and Housesteads in Bardon Mill.
PC Pro
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Clare Hopping 7 min 7 sec ago Business IT workers don't like their jobs. At least, that's what research from Investors in People has revealed as a whopping 76% of IT staffers will be in search of a new job this year. It's not clear if this is simple "the grass is always greener" outlook on their jobs, but these findings fly in the face of industry predictions suggesting people would want to remain in their current roles due to economic uncertainties. According to the annual Job Exodus Trends report, 42% of IT staff are already looking for a new job just one week into 2017. “We were expecting to see British workers planning to stay put in the face of economic uncertainty," Paul Devoy, head of Investors in People said. "But we’ve seen exactly the opposite: a significant rise in people seeking to move employers in 2017 and a jump in jobs confidence.
France 24
23 minutes
It also wants to maintain a secure land route across Iraq and Syria to Lebanon, where its ally Hezbollah sits on the frontline of its longer-term concern: Israel. "The war in Syria is not seen as a civil war in Tehran. It's rather perceived as a micro world war determining the geopolitics of the Middle East," said Adnan Tabatabai, Iran analyst and CEO of Germany-based think tank CARPO. "Tehran is convinced that Israel would have carried out air strikes against Iranian nuclear sites... if Hezbollah did not exist as a deterrence on the Israeli-Lebanese border," Tabatabai said. "So access to Hezbollah and maintaining the so-called 'axis of resistance' through Syrian territory is a key priority for Iran." - 'Tactical partners' - Negotiations between Iran and Turkey, which has been on the opposing side in the war as a backer of Islamist rebel groups, were always going to be thorny.
Max Keizer
23 minutes
As a result, in December 2016 imports reached 36.7 tonnes, significantly more than the 4.65 tonnes seen in the same month in 2015. This accounted for more than one-third of the country’s annual imports of 106.2 tonnes, more than double 48.7 tonnes in 2015. Read full story here....
BBC Parliament
31 minutes
It matters to the constituents of many members in the House today. Many of my constituents have family in Kashmir, and in some cases they have lost loved ones or seen loved ones scarred for life as a result of violence. For those not familiar with Kashmir, it is a territory running across the border between Pakistan and India.
PC Pro
35 minutes
Clare Hopping Business IT workers don't like their jobs. At least, that's what research from Investors in People has revealed as a whopping 76% of IT staffers will be in search of a new job this year. It's not clear if this is simple "the grass is always greener" outlook on their jobs, but these findings fly in the face of industry predictions suggesting people would want to remain in their current roles due to economic uncertainties. According to the annual Job Exodus Trends report, 42% of IT staff are already looking for a new job just one week into 2017. “We were expecting to see British workers planning to stay put in the face of economic uncertainty," Paul Devoy, head of Investors in People said. "But we’ve seen exactly the opposite: a significant rise in people seeking to move employers in 2017 and a jump in jobs confidence." The main reason IT staff are seeking new opportunities is for a pay rise, with concerns that wages at their current company would stagnate.
BBC Two England
36 minutes
Are you so worried that others might want to leave the European Union that you need to be seen to give Britain a really bad deal? ? they understand that how important European Union is.
Daily Mail - Home
42 minutes
Cheryl Durkey (pictured), 47, from Kent, and her two children - Chepael Maddix, eight, and Chander Paul Maddix, seven, have not been seen in over 24 hours.
ITV
44 minutes
There's nothing wrong with people saying that, though. You don't always have to be in something summary hasn't seen before because that would be hugely expensive. You have put this together with not just black.
Red Bull
an hour
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Derby Telegraph
an hour
Derbyshire council bosses look set to approve plans for what they would like the former Stanton Ironworks site to look like including 2,000 new homes and a business park.This comes after Erewash Borough Council rejected a developer's designs for the land almost two years ago.The original plans by developer Saint-Gobain PAM, which would have seen 2,000 homes built as well as a school, care home and business units, were recommended for refusal by Erewash Borough Council's planning...
Daily Mail - Home
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A plume of black smoke was seen billowing from the Wightlink vessel as it made its way across the Solent from Portsmouth to Fishbourne, on the Isle of Wight.
TIME - Top Stories
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France 24
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I'm really happy to have gotten through," she said after celebrating by wagging her lone index finger in the air, in a sign she still sees herself as number one. "I've played two former top 10 players, it's a great way to start the tournament. That was pretty good and hopefully I can keep going." Despite Williams being favourite the Czech, 29, has a fighting streak, as seen in the first round when she saved nine match points before beating Yanina Wickmayer. Williams, who lost the top ranking to Angelique Kerber last year as well as the Melbourne final, said after beating Belinda Bencic in the first round that she had nothing to lose, and her carefree attitude came to the fore. She barely needed to get out of first gear in the opening set as a familiar scenario unfolded, with the 35-year-old firing down six aces but also 14 unforced errors. Break points saved at 2-2 tipped the set in her favour and she took control and awaited her opportunity to pounce, which came in the eighth game.
Daily Mail - Australia
an hour
Nude pictures of an Australian man known as Mr X were seen by more than 500,000 people after they were published on online blog site Tumblr without his knowledge or consent.
Sky News
an hour
Flesh it out for us so we know practically what we are talking about. What would these representatives do and what is the advice and tutelage and support? The advice I have seen is that these representatives would work with working-class students within universities.
PC Pro
an hour
"Right now what we have is uncertainty on what approach will be taken, with some discussion of WTO and EFTA rules, and 'roll over' provisions for historical agreements. The UK hasn't negotiated these types of agreements for decades so it remains to be seen to what extent this could emulate the borderless nature of trade we enjoy as members of the EU." While no specific details were revealed about the UK's migration policy, May has already made it clear that a skills based system would not be robust enough. Whatever is ultimately decided, a lack of information has left businesses in a state of uncertainty in the interim. Shaping the negotiations The good news is that early reaction from the EU is somewhat positive and suggests an amicable discussion ahead, as a clean break that is done smoothly and quickly is good for European business. In light of this, businesses have been encouraged to work together to 'shape' Brexit negotiations into a form that is favourable to the UK.
Derby Telegraph
an hour
Derbyshire council bosses look set to approve plans for what they would like the former Stanton Ironworks site to look like including 2,000 new homes and a business park.This comes after Erewash Borough Council rejected a developer's designs for the land almost two years ago.The original plans by developer Saint-Gobain PAM, which would have seen 2,000 homes built as well as a school, care home and business units, were recommended for refusal by Erewash Borough Council's planning...
ITV
an hour
It is fun to see people, but I don't know, it is very surreal and bizarre. It feels like prom, except all the clothes are borrowed so you have to give them back. It is like a Cinderella prom. I haven't seen it yet. It is such a fabulous film. You said, I haven't seen it yet. It is such a fabulous film. You said that it is redcarpet season and the People's choice awards.