South China Morning Post
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Foodie friends and I remembered with great fondness a restaurant called Old Bazaar Kitchen, which served an unusual mix of Chinese and Southeast Asian dishes in its various locations, first in Tin Hau, then in Wan Chai. It closed several years ago, before reopening recently in a new spot in Wan Chai. This time it is being backed by a group with deep pockets, Lai Sun Dining, which also has high-end restaurants such as 8 ½ Otto e Mezzo, China Tang and Howards Gourmet. One major...
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Politico
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My conclusion from the data we have is that the marketplace was poised for greater success, said Aviva Aron-Dine, who served as senior counselor to the HHS secretary until January 2017, before moving to the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities. The Trump administration also proposed new rules last month that would tighten up the health law’s special enrollment periods and change certain plans' “actuarial value” — essentially, the share of total costs that the insurer pays — which can push more costs onto patients. The White House maintains that those are necessary steps to shore up a mess that they inherited, by limiting who's signing up for coverage and allowing insurers to sell cheaper plans. Insurers had been pushing for those changes in order to stay in the market. Some former Obama officials say that the changes, particularly extra verification requirements for people who sign up outside the usual enrollment season, may backfire and actually drive health plan customers away.
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Autocar
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The Sturmey Award aims to recognise innovation and excellence in the motoring industry. Autocar editor Mark Tisshaw said: “The team at talkRADIO really do bring another element to the Autocar Awards. Last year they pitched Jaguar head of design Ian Callum against Renault head of design Laurens van den Acker and hosted fun interviews with eight major automotive CEOs. Our readers, and car enthusiasts in general, should make sure not to miss it this year. No other radio broadcast has this kind of access to so many key automotive industry professionals.” Tickets for the Autocar Awards are on sale now from www.autocarawards.co.uk , with further details available from charlene.harry@haymarket.com. Numbers are strictly limited and tickets will be available on a first come, first served basis.
ITV
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MP Tobias Ellwood tried desperately to save the life of PC Palmer. Moments later, the husband and father who had served with the Met for 15 years, died. Parliament was locked down but some MPs have voiced concern about security in the building
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Daily Mail - USA
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Christopher Tapp, who spent 20 years in prison on what he and his supporters say was a false confession in the murder of Angie Dodd was freed Wednesday after being sentenced to time served.
Voice Of America
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"There's a problem on the Chinese side with enforcement [of U.N. Security Council resolutions], and President Donald Trump can make that point," Lohman told VOA. "He can also make the point that if they're not more compliant, then Chinese companies are going to come under sanctions." Some experts argue there are other reasons for China's opposition to THAAD than its claimed fear that the missile shield puts the nation's security at risk. China's attempt to reverse the decision based on "unfounded" claims is due to its "political desires to dominate their region," Thomas Countryman told VOA this week. Countryman served as the U.S. assistant secretary of state for international security and nonproliferation during the Obama administration. "There's no technical basis for it, and in conversations with Chinese diplomats, they've come very close to admitting that it is, for China, a political issue instead," Countryman said.
Politico
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SACRAMENTOCalifornia Sen. Kamala Harris remains unknown to many residents of her own state despite maintaining a high profile in Washington, while California's senior senator, Dianne Feinstein, has seen her job approval rating tick down, according to a new poll. Forty-six percent of Californians approve of the job Harris is doing, while 23 percent disapprove, according to a poll released late Wednesday by the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California. But 30 percent of Californians – including 20 percent of Democrats – say they dont know how to rate Harrisperformance, according to the poll, which is the PPIC’s first post-election measure of Harrisjob approval. Feinstein, who has served in the Senate for 25 years and is expected to seek re-election in 2018, saw her job approval rating among California adults fall seven percentage points from early 2016, to 49 percent.
Sky News
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to Keith Palmer. Many will have known him personally. There was one MP who knew him extremely well, served with him in the Royal Artillery and said he was a lovely man. I would imagine we will hear a number of sympathetic expressions toward his family, as well as defiance, I think, from.
ITV
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He had served for 15 years in the role. Previously been in the Army. A friend to many. Discussions about security on that gate - which has always been seen as a soft target, perhaps the softest entrance to the palace is state. perhaps the softest entrance to the.
ITV
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MP Tobias Ellwood tried desperately to save the life of PC Palmer. But minutes later, the husband and father who'd served with the Met for 15 years, died. Parliament was locked down at some MPs voiced concern about security in the building. As we are restoring the.
ITV
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an MP, tried desperately to save PC Palmer. He served with Met for 15 years, but he died. The Prime Minister praised the police and said the forces of evil would never win. The values our Parliament represents, democracy, freedom, human rights, the rule of law, any attempt to defeat those values.
Sky News
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the Bali bombings back in 2002, a former army officer. James Cleverly was very good friends with him who served in the Royal Artillery, said he was a lovely man, a father we know, and a number of close friends and colleagues obviously who work around the Palace of Westminster know him and liked him very.
BBC News 24
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You're watching it first on BBC News. We are here at Westminster this morning. Last night it was confirmed the police officer killed in yesterday 's terror attack was Keith Palmer. A 48-years-old husband and father who served in the force for 15 years
ITV
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that he was a man who had served for 15 years, he was 48 years old, a husband and father. All the offices in London are in shock. They come on duty this morning. Many will be here. They will be putting many more officers onto the streets to act as reassurance. We have heard that the threat level remains at severe. It has not.
Sky News
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cleverly, talks about how they served in the Royal Artillery together. Many MPs will have known him personally so it is a sombre mood as the Minister delivers a very important statement to MPs and she will stress, just like last night, that while the threat level.
BBC News 24
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serious attack since the July seven bombings in 2005. PC Keith Palmer was stabbed to death at the gates of Parliament. He was on armed defending the Palace of Westminster. He was a husband and father, 48. 15 years service in the police. Served in the Royal.
The Guardian
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Sky News
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the MPs of different political parties come together and unite against the terrorists. As for the policeman that was killed, Keith Palmer, he was known to members of Parliament. One MP, Conservative James Cleverly, has said he has known him for 25 years as they served together in the Royal Artillery
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Daily Mail - India
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On Tuesday, 2,000 chefs across 150 nations in five continents served a French dinner at their restaurants in a one-of-a-kind celebration of the country.
BBC Two England
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Well, you would think the only way is to stop the people who want to harm us. But if there are too many of them, that's not easy. I'm joined by Richard Barrett, who has held positions in MI5, served as director of global counter terrorism operations for the Secret Intelligence Service, and is now director of Global Strategy Network. And Sara Khan, CEO of the anti-Islamist charity Inspire,.