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tax haven. Labour is determined to invest in high skill, high tech, high wage future, to rebuild and transform Britain so that no one and no.
CNET News
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BBC Two England
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a high skill, high-tech, high wage future, to rebuild and transform Britain, so that no one and no community is left behind. Mr Speaker,.
BBC News 24
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high-tech, high wage future, to rebuild and transform Britain so that no one, no community, is left behind. Mr Speaker, the direction the Prime Minister is threatening to take this country Inn is both reckless and damaging. And Labour will not give this government a free hand to use Brexit to attack.
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transform Britain so that no-one and no community is left behind. Mr Speaker, the direction the Prime Minister is threatening to take this country in is both reckless and damaging. Labour will not give this Government a free hand to use.
The Week
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Although some lawyers have made the case that Article 50 is irrevocable, the wording of the clause permits member states to serve notice of their "intention" to withdraw. "Legally, you may withdraw an intention, or change it, or transform it into a decision," the EU Council's chief legal counsel, Jean-Claude Piris, wrote in the Financial Times last year. Even the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, said earlier this month that he hopes "the day will come when the British will re-enter the boat", Sky News reports. But should it? "In the unlikely event that the UK decided it wanted to stay in the EU after all, politics - not law - would determine whether Article 50 could be reversed," says Sky News. Despite there being "plenty of people who voted 'leave' who are now not so sure", overturning the referendum result or holding a second EU referendum is a "hot croissant", writes Sky News correspondent Michelle Clifford.
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Fast Company
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If change is embedded in everything you do already, then adapting to a period of turmoil wont seem like such a foreign concept. In my experience, that takes a culture of experimentation and responsibility. When things are going well, innovation tends to offer incremental benefits, but when circumstances demand making big shifts quickly, you need everyone to know its incumbent on them to take risks, and that they have the liberty to do so. You may not know whats coming next, but the thing about uncertainty is that its never an unfamiliar feeling. There was an earlier moment where you felt just as uncertain, but you somehow made it through. For me, anyway, the key isnt just to wait it out; its what you dotogetherthat makes all the difference. Serial entrepreneur Faisal Hoque is the founder of Shadoka , which enables aspirations to lead, innovate, and transform with its accelerators and solutions.
BBC News 24
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Can we have a new fair points-based immigration system? Can we deport dangerous foreign criminals, can we deport the very poorest in our society by making -- give them a tax cut that will transform their lives for the better? Yes we can
Sky News
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result. The question is how. The Conservatives want to use Brexit to turn our country into a low-wage tax haven. Labour is determined to make sure that we rebuild and transform Britain so nobody and no community is left behind. It will be a national failure of historic proportions,.
Plymouth Herald
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The Herald visited the historic island for an exclusive tour in 2015 (above) Plans to build a luxury £10million resort on Drake's Island look set to be approved next week. After a long and drawn-out six years of environmental surveys and rejected planning applications, the ambitious vision to transform the island could finally come to fruition. That's because city planners have recommended a new and revised application for approval after months of scrupulous talks with the...
Sky News
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The first time we have implanted brain recording electrodes in a person and electrical stimulation has been implanted as well. Research is at an early stage but scientists say there is room for significant growth. This technology offers new hope and could one day potentially transform lives
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Doctors acknowledge this has some way to go before it is clinically accepted, but say it could eventually transform the lives of many living with paralysis. I'm still wild every time I do something. It's going to help out a lot more people for years to come
The Economic Times
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Bill is the only person to use the new experimental technology, which is tested in America. But the medical journal the Lancet said it's a major advance. Doctors acknowledge this has some way to go before it is clinically accepted but said it could eventually transform the lives of many living with paralysis. I'm still wild every time I do something. It's going to help out a lot more people for years to come
Sky News
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a person and electrical stimulation has been implanted as well. Research is at an early stage but scientists say there is room for significant growth. This technology offers new hope and could one day potentially transform lives
Sky News
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Research is at an early stage but scientists say there is room for significant growth. This technology offers new hope and could one day potentially transform lives
BBC News 24
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a major advance. Doctors acknowledge this has some way to go before it is clinically accepted but said it could eventually transform the lives of many living with paralysis. I'm still... I hope it will help out many more people for used to come. Alexandra Mackenzie, BBC News. An amazing.
The Event Chronicle
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Fast Company
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When Apple launches its much-anticipated foray into augmented reality, it is likely to start with a version that works on your phone, not on a dedicated headset or pair of glasses, analysts say. Though somewhat underwhelming, its a necessary first step for a technology that could eventually transform personal computing. AR technology is meant to superimpose digital imagery over the users view of the world through a smartphone camera or a dedicated pair of glasses. Apple now has reportedly hundreds of engineers working on the companys efforts to build an AR wearable. Citing anonymous sources, Bloomberg s Mark Gurman highlighted some key members of the team, including its leader, Mike Rockwell, an ex-Dolby Labs executive. Actually, Apple has been working on AR for more than a year, and the initiative has become harder to keep secret as the AR group has grown.
Fast Company
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When Apple launches its much-anticipated foray into augmented reality, it is likely to start with a version that works on your phone, not on a dedicated headset or pair of glasses, analysts say. Though somewhat underwhelming, its a necessary first step for a technology that could eventually transform personal computing. AR technology is meant to superimpose digital imagery over the users view of the world through a smartphone camera or a dedicated pair of glasses. Apple now has reportedly hundreds of engineers working on the companys efforts to build an AR wearable. Citing anonymous sources, Bloomberg s Mark Gurman highlighted some key members of the team, including its leader, Mike Rockwell, an ex-Dolby Labs executive. Actually, Apple has been working on AR for more than a year, and the initiative has become harder to keep secret as the AR group has grown.
The Event Chronicle
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Apartment Therapy
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Your laundry room is a very functional space, but that doesn't mean it has to be a boring one. These homeowners, not content with their existing builder-grade laundry rooms, set out to transform these humble spaces into something a little more useful, and much more beautiful. If you're lucky enough to have a laundry room all your own, you'll find plenty to inspire you in these four transformations. READ MORE »
MintPress News
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If you dont [have health care], you’ll be able to get the same kind of coverage that members of Congress give themselves.” He promised the exchanges would make shopping for insurance as easy as purchasing a ”plane ticket on Kayak or a TV on Amazon.” The exchanges and the Consumer Operated and Oriented Plans—a weak nonprofit alternative to a public option commonly referred to as “CO-OPs”—were supposed to increase insurance competition. More significantly, the exchanges were supposed to transform our system. They were not designed just to be a last resort for the working uninsured, but also a great place for small businesses to get “affordable, quality coverage.” That is why so much effort was put into the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) marketplace. Obama’s advisor assumed people would love using the exchanges so much they would move away from traditional employer provided coverage.