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about engaging constructively, respectfully sincere co-operation. But, have a look at this, we should always put our citizens first. This is one of those issues talked about a bit before these negotiations but is like I will be.
Fast Company
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The idea began germinating last summer when Legion Ms Annison, cofounder/CEO Paul Scanlan, content acquisition head Terri Lubaroff, and content development head David Baxter began talking to VR companies about creating a more intimate viewing experience than had previously been doneenabling viewers to feel as though they were sitting with prominent individuals as they talked about their lives, dreams, regrets, what drives them, and visions for the futureand ensuring the footages adaptability to future display methods. But it didnt begin to coalesce until they found a prominent individual who didnt mind being a guinea pig in a grand technological experiment. We had this idea of trying to put you in the room with these legendary icons. And we got Stan on boardmiraculously, says Annison.
BBC News 24
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it will be done by October 2018 's --? Are we not now looking more that there will have to be some kind of transition period, it cannot all be resolved in that period of time. The government has talked about.
BBC Two England
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can be done but it is going to be a difficult process. Are we looking more that there will have to be some kind of transition period, that it cannot all be resolved in that period of time? The government has talked about phased implementation. That is different. You are right. It.
BBC Two England
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withdrawal from the European Union. There was no talk of punishment beatings or being angry because Britain is leaving. Sad, clearly, as you could see, but not anger. He talked of damage control, that.
BBC News 24
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There was no talk thereof punishment beatings or of being angry, because Britain is leaving. Sad, it was clear but not anger. He talked of damage control, that he wanted, that the job of the EU 27 was to control the damage that.
Daily Mail - Sport
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Fast Company
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The idea began germinating last summer when Legion Ms Annison, cofounder/CEO Paul Scanlan, content acquisition head Terri Lubaroff, and content development head David Baxter began talking to VR companies about creating a more intimate viewing experience than had previously been doneenabling viewers to feel as though they were sitting with prominent individuals as they talked about their lives, dreams, regrets, what drives them, and visions for the futureand ensuring the footages adaptability to future display methods. But it didnt begin to coalesce until they found a prominent individual who didnt mind being a guinea pig in a grand technological experiment. We had this idea of trying to put you in the room with these legendary icons. And we got Stan on boardmiraculously, says Annison.
Radar Online
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He received the photos and told me that I was perfect for the part, Lisa says, referring to pictures of her that Rogers allegedly paid $3,000 to get. We talked at length every day when I got home from school. He stressed how important it was for me not to tell anyone! PHOTOS: Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Case: Smiling Wife Camille Arrives For Deposition Rogers' wife at the time, Marianne Gordon , had caught him cheating, says Lisa, and she didn't expect him to try to exploit their friendship. I never thought for one minute he would manipulate me like that because I was so young, adds Lisa, who was 26 at the time. I thought of him as a grandfather figure because he was so much older. But she found she was auditioning for something entirely different than a movie part when she met him at the New York hotel.
BBC News 24
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HSBC, UBS, Morgan Stanley, have talked about moving some of their operations leading London, because they need to have passporting rights and access to the single market and a longer there is uncertainty, the greater the risk for financial services companies making plans outside of.
Politico
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Schumer responded by criticizing Trump’s picks as too conservative to the president’s face. The pair spoke at the White House on Jan. 23 during a gathering for legislative leaders. After the gathering, Sen. Mitch McConnell dryly remarked about listening to “the President and Senator Schumer talking about all the people they knew in New York.” But it would be one of the last times Schumer and President Trump engaged. They met once more the next day, along with the Judiciary Committee leaders. They havent talked since, Schumer said. The closest they’ve come to direct interactions is on Twitter, when Trump called for Schumer to be investigated for ties to Russia and Schumer replied he’d “happilyspeak “under oath.” “Would you your team?” Schumer retorted . Two White House officials said Schumer’s private sit-down with Neil Gorsuch, Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, was the most hostile of any of Gorsuch’s Senate meetings.
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Sky News
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And they will do it in parallel. Certain things will be talked about first. It is never as clean cut as that. The first thing is to be the right of EU citizens and UK citizens in the EU. Then I think.
BBC News 24
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phone. My role is to make sure that he knows that I am safe and well and he is not having to worry about anything, other than the job he is tasked to do. So I think as we have talked throughout this whole.
BBC News 24
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Northern Ireland, the DUP are only one seat ahead of Sinn Fein now in the Northern Ireland elections as we found out two weeks ago. I think we can see a united Ireland sooner than we may. The United Kingdom, and one thing to say nobody talked if France wants to leave the EU, France leaves the EU. If the UK wants to leave the EU, you're four countries, two of.
BBC News 24
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which wants to stay, two of which want to leave. Nobody has spoken about that and nobody had a contingency plan. We live in a country, in England, that's a culture of contingency. People did talk about that. We talked about it on this programme. What's the plan? I don't know what the plan is
Sky News
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you know the inner workings of Brussels better than a lot people in the building behind me. Much has been talked about the tone of the negotiations. You have been quite bullish with the EU in terms of how you view them and how they are no good for the UK. What would you advise the.
BBC News 24
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planes could be made by graphene within the next ten years. We have talked a lot about that, it is this one the material. A super thin material that is 200,000 times stronger than steel and a thousand times lighter than paper apparently. The cost of getting people wherever you go is the fuel, so the less you can do that is better and better for the environment as well. Mike, thank you for being with us, Article 50 day. A you for being with us, Article 50.
BBC News 24
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Don Katz is the founder and Chief Executive of Audible and he joins us now. Welcome to Business Live. You and I have met before, we cover what have talked about but it was a few years ago. Somewhere on this show. I remember the story of how you started out the career, because you were a journalist... Rolling Stone magazine's corresponded in London
BBC News 24
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talked a lot about the woes for the firm. It is the nuclear unit of toe Sheba. It has been facing multi-billion losses as a result of accounting fraud. They should be able to get their financial affairs in order. And then you would hope emerge out of the other side, but it will protect them while they can do that
South China Morning Post
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Sky News
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or build a consensus. So much has been talked about the tone of the negotiations. Do you think the Prime Minister is going in with a tone that will be successful? I hope so. I have been critical of the tone so far. One criticism is the Prime Minister should have given protection and.
BBC News 24
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given plenty of hints about what she is interested in, she has talked about frictionless trade, and she is concerned about the island of Ireland, to make sure there is no hard border between North and South of Ireland, but our partners might want something different, and as you said, they are quite interested in us sorting out the terms of leaving before we worry about the terms of the future
BBC News 24
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that planes from Heathrow can't land in Paris. The disastrous scenarios painted by people like Nick Clegg are just ridiculous. In a statement released last night, the Prime Minister talked about her fierce determination to get a deal that works for everyone from those who like Bernard Generalingen have long wanted to leave the European Union and others who.