Sky News
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There is an important detail underneath what we will get from the headline result, the expectation in Government, supreme justices can surprise us, we are only going on what we saw in the oral session, they may well have changed their thinking, the expectation is the High Court judgment will be upheld, Gina Miller will win and then some sort of legislative action will be required to trigger Article 50.
Daily Mail - Football
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Even the prospect of a transfer to China, following in the footsteps of former Blues team-mates Ramires, Oscar and Jon Mikel Obi, does not interest the Belgian goalkeeper.
BBC News 24
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News out of France about services sector manufacturing, a bit of a drop-off in manufacturing sector in France, but still showing growth. Let's look ahead to the US, Samira Hussain is on Wall Street today. America's number one wireless carrier, Verizon, will be reporting earnings and it's expected to report yet another decline in quarterly revenue, but analysts, investors and journalists will be eager to hear about any updates to Verizon's deal to purchase Yahoo and whether the recent data breaches have the company thinking twice.
TIME - News
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' The chef caused quite a scene and was shouting and swearing so David walked back to the kitchen door with him asking for an apology. The chef came to the door with a large bowl of chili powder which he threw at David's face. A diner was hospitalised after a head chef threw a bowl of hot chilli powder in his eyes pic.twitter.com/t3FgL5lopO The Telegraph (@Telegraph) January 23, 2017 Michelle went on to explain that David had to be hospitalized to undergo several eye washes. He instantly thought he had been blinded and didnt know what hed thrown at him, he was shaking in shock, hanging on to the counter being sick thinking he was going to go blind. Islam said that he had acted out of self-defense. I ran into the kitchen to get away from him but he followed me, he said. I was frightened and threw it at him.
Haaretz
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Haaretz
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Autocar
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A round trip of more than 600 miles allowed our hybrid Beemer to flaunt its comfortable ride and relaxing demeanor Last time I wrote at length in this spot, the BMW i8 had just taken me to Belgium and back. Since then, its work rate has only increased and the reason why is simple: I use it for everything. This is not as obvious as it sounds. Were this any other £100k GT, I’d never use it for the school run or local shopping, because it would cost me the thick end of a fiver in fuel every time I did. The i8, by contrast, will do 18 of the 20-mile round trip on electrons alone, reducing the cost of the journey to a matter of a few pence. Others in the locality are wising up to its virtues, too. A chum to whom I’ve been dispensing car advice for 20 years or so rang to quiz me more closely. He has been thinking about getting a new Porsche 911 , and an excellent choice that would be, but the much lower costs of running an i8 as a company car seem likely to swing the balance BMW ’s way.
ITV
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She often cries after she goes home from presenting the programme. I said sometimes you reduce me to tears. And what did you call me? A psycho. Instead of thinking, "Oh, my goodness, how can I make Susanna's life happier?" I'm trying to toughen you up.
Sky News
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He described to me this progressive build up of plastic, one of the most troubling environmental trends we are facing. It has already been on his agenda. His team have been encouraging people to think about the plastics ending up in our fish and in the food chain. But also raising awareness that people are not thinking enough about what happens to the plastic bottle they have or the plastic bag, where it ends up and that is why it has been so important for him to back this public awareness campaign.
The Points Guy
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Frankly, my body hurts just thinking about that trip. However, I have no shame in saying I happily go to bed at 8:00pm exhausted, but reflecting back on how much fun it was making memories with my family after a full day in the sun and sand with my beach-bum kiddos. When in doubt, head to the nearest beach. Image courtesy of Angelina Aucello. Frequent Travel is Part of Our Lives Just like I dedicated the time it took to understand the nooks and crannies of award travel and to fully make it a lifestyle, I put in the effort it required to make travel a top priority for my family. Traveling with my kids early on exposed them to a new normal, making them more adaptable to new environments and showing them that there is not a single way of doing things in this world. They’re fascinated by the littlest things, are relatively-inexpensive traveling companionsembrace the lap-child days — and best of all, they're flexible and resilient.
The Herald - Scottish Premier League
an hour
Football fans eh? Theyll cheer at anything. Forget surging runs and nifty turns, it seems a fairly routine mirror, signal and manoeuvre can work them into a scarf-twirling frenzy. “I remember I was doing a three-point turn in the car on the Byres Road once and someone was beeping at me,” recalled Harry Forrester. “I was thinking, 'alright mate, calm down’. But he kept beeping then stuck his head out of the window and shouted, 'Go on Harry boy!’ I was only going for a coffee. I thought it was someone caning me for holding up the traffic.”
Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge (credit: Mark Walton) You have to wonder what the thinking was behind the Acer Predator 21X , "The world’s first curved-screen laptop." After all, with its obscene 21-inch 21:9 display, full-width mechanical keyboard, and dual Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics cards, the 21X isn't so much a laptop as it is an 8-kilogram eulogy to frivolousness. Very few need this much graphical grunt in a desktop, let alone a laptop sporting a display with a paltry 2560x1080 pixel resolution—even then, with the 21X costing a whopping $9000 (probably £9000), a similarly specced desktop would be a lot cheaper. And yet, seeing the 21X in the flesh, it's hard not to marvel at the sheer ridiculousness of it all, or admire the bravado behind a laptop likely concocted after one too many beers during a Friday afternoon marketing meeting. Even the box it comes in isn't your typical cardboard affair.
Core77
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Slate
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On Sunday, Trump counselor and Vaseline salesperson Kellyanne Conway addedphilosopher king” to her long list of job titles. In an interview on Meet the Press , Conway proposed a handy heuristic framework for thinking about Sean Spicer’s performance at the podium, wherein he insisted that Friday’s inauguration crowd “was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period, both in person and around the globe.” Asked why President Donald Trump directed “the White House press secretary to come out in front of the podium for the first time and utter a falsehood,” Conway chided Todd for being “overly dramatic.” Spicer, she explained, was merely presenting “alternative facts.”
The Points Guy
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Scientific American - Latest
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MarketingProfs
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What if, rather than thinking of your blog as a chore on a to-do list, you were to view it as a savings account, with each post a long-term investment that generates increasing traffic and relevant leads? Read the full article at MarketingProfs
Politico
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Luis Gutierrez of Illinois and Raul Grijalva of Arizona are backing Ellisonadding to the governors who have backed him (Colorado's John Hickenlooper and Pennsylvania's Tom Wolfe), and labor unions including the United Farm Workers. Those divisions are why candidates are thinking there will be no presumptive chair going into Atlanta. It's very possible, strategically, that there may be a second-ballot stage to this thing too, Buttigieg said Thursday. The Indiana mayor added that given the dynamics right now, it certainly seems like that's possible.
Politico
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“I think sometimes we can disagree with the facts, he said. There are certain things that we may not fully understand when we come out, but our intention is never to lie to you.” For some, the Spicer who appeared in the briefing room on Monday was not the one who angrily strode out on Saturday, where he took no questions after his five minute statement. “This Sean Spicer is closer to the one many of us have known than the one who appeared Saturday. Just one reason that [Saturday] 'briefing' was so odd,” Boston Globe’s Matt Viser tweeted. Spicer even managed to garner some guarded praise from Democrats. In contrast to Saturday's screed, he was very composed, delivered information, answered questions and shared the president's thinking on a variety of issues,” said David Axelrod, former top adviser to former President Barack Obama, in an email.
Politico
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The head of the Justice Department's National Security Division, which oversees terrorism cases, said Monday she's not expecting any dramatic changes in her work as a result of President Donald Trump's arrival in the White House. I dont think it’s going to change the way we at DOJ approach these issues, Acting Assistant Attorney General for National Security Mary McCord said Monday in response to questions an an internet-focused conference. Our mission doesnt really change depending on who’s in the White House or who’s at the helm at DOJ, because the threats to national security as they evolve, we evolve to meet them. That’s our thinking. … I dont actually anticipate much of a change. McCord, a career prosecutor who took over for departing National Security Division head John Carlin last October told the State of the Net conference at the Newseum in Washington, that her team is continuing to look for evidence of Americans planning to carry out terrorist attacks in the U.
Beijing Bulletin
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Madonna is no stranger to expressing exactly how she;s feeling. In front of a crowd of protestors at the Women;s March on Washington (and, in turn, in front of a worldwide audience, as her
Collective Evolution
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Journal therapy is all about using personal material as a way of documenting an experience, and learning more about yourself in the process, Kathleen Adams, a psychotherapist and author of Journal to the Self, told the Huffington Post . It lets us say what's on our minds and helps us get — and stayhealthy through listening to our inner desires and needs. The process of journaling allows you to get to know yourself through your feelings and experiences. It's just plain and simply writing out your feelings. This is different than just thinking because it is more streamline; you aren't going back and forth or writing the same thing down over and over again. You can start right now, or the next time you're feeling particularly stressed about something. It's so simple you might as well give it a shot! What do you have to lose? It just might help you more than you might have imagined! Plus, wouldn't it be fun to look back at the big events that happened in your life in 20 years or longer and see how you were able to deal with the situations? It could even provide you with some insight on how to handle situations you are faced with in the future.
SiteProNews
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Does your business have a Facebook presence? If so, have you been actively capitalizing on its social marketing reach or have you abandoned it due to thinking your efforts were futile? I fear many of you are thinking the latter and feel pretty defeated over the lack of results you're getting there. Trying to build brand awareness and get solid leads from Facebook can be a frustrating experience. And honestly, without a proper strategy in place, you could very well be wasting your time. But before you give up on this highly effective marketing channel all together, consider these recent Facebook stats: Across the globe, Facebook is the top social network for membership with an 84 percent share. This means your business is missing out on a large potential for brand exposure if not actively involved on Facebook. Seventy-nine percent of all Internet users worldwide use Facebook with 68 percent of those being adults in the U.
Al Jazeera
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In the 21st century, for many young people "finding a job" is just not an option. And in Uganda, with youth unemployment at around 66 percent, the highest rate in Africa, schools need to tailor their education to meet the different needs of society. Educate! is an experience-based education model where a mentor goes into a secondary school with 40 "scholars". The mentor spends time with the scholars, delivering sessions on entrepreneurship, leadership, critical thinking and problem solving. The pedagogy enables the use of games, group work and encourages public speaking. The scholars are encouraged to set up businesses, which are open to everyone in the school. They are also encouraged to be responsive to the needs of their local communities. "Uganda has such a huge young demographic, over 70 percent of the population is actually young people under the age of 30, and the challenge that we are having is that there is a mismatch between the number of students that graduate from school, and the available jobs in the market," Emmanuel Kalyebi, the programme coordinator of Educate! says.