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You are tired to solve? Myself, little bit, yes -- yourself. I would like to see something new. Brexit is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform British farming. That's how Envrironment Secretary Andrea Leadsom described it to farmers today. But in the absence of a post-Brexit farming policy, what kind of transformation are we talking about? Take sheep farmers.
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Mr Miah's school is seeking an explanation, so too the local council, and the First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones this afternoon asking the Foreign Secretary to pursue this matter directly with US authorities. The American industry in London today, meanwhile, offered no comment on the matter. -- the American Embassy. Still to come tonight: The Government says Brexit will transform UK farming. But could the end of subsidies also mean an end to sheep on our landscape? And Uber says it will conduct an "urgent investigation" into claims of sexual harassment at the company.
Wired
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As we become increasingly skilled at deploying AI, says author Yuval Harari in a conversation with WIRED, we'll transform into a new breed of superhuman. The post Sorry, Y’All—Humanity’s Nearing an Upgrade to Irrelevance appeared first on WIRED .
TIME - Top Stories
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President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is leaving nothing to chance. Launching his campaign on Feb. 17 to expand the power of his office via a constitutional referendum, the President came out with rhetorical guns blazing. He likened the opponents of the proposed amendments to those who plotted the bloody July 2016 coup attempt that failed to dislodge him from power. He compared potential no voters to terrorists . The presidents public bombast belies the fact that with less than two months to go before the April 16 vote, public support for the proposed constitutional revision is lukewarm at best. Even in a country where the pro-government faction dominates the media and authorities jail some political opponents, Erdogans victory in the referendum does not look assured. A poll released on Feb. 14 showed the no votes beating the yes votes 47.
TIME - Top Stories
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President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is leaving nothing to chance. Launching his campaign on Feb. 17 to expand the power of his office via a constitutional referendum, the President came out with rhetorical guns blazing. He likened the opponents of the proposed amendments to those who plotted the bloody July 2016 coup attempt that failed to dislodge him from power. He compared potential no voters to terrorists . The presidents public bombast belies the fact that with less than two months to go before the April 16 vote, public support for the proposed constitutional revision is lukewarm at best. Even in a country where the pro-government faction dominates the media and authorities jail some political opponents, Erdogans victory in the referendum does not look assured. A poll released on Feb. 14 showed the no votes beating the yes votes 47.
Western Daily Press
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The firm behind plans to transform a derelict, eyesore site in Yeovil has branded the rejection of the scheme as ridiculous. But news of the 81-home proposal being thrown out for the tannery in Eastland Road only came to Chardstock Management Services when Somerset Live made contact. It had hope to turn the former glove-making factory on Eastland Road into a number of new residential houses. However, South Somerset District Council rejected the application citing a number of...
Liverpool Echo
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Reds to move away from Melwood as owners back Klopps vision
Forbes
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Lincolnshire Echo
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Families were thrust back in time to an era of horse and carriage rides and sepia photographs as part of the on-going campaign to evoke memories of Lincoln's Cornhill.Lincolnshire Co-op held a weekend of activities for families as it continues with building work to transform the former Corn Exchange building in the city.With photographs supplied by the Lincolnshire Echo, visitors to Sincil Street gathered round a hoarding showing photographs of some of the key moments in the history of the area....
Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge (credit: BSIP/UIG Via Getty Images) Millions of people are left dead or disabled by surgical complications each year when one simple piece of kit could have saved them. For Mosaic , Jane Feinmann discovers how it has helped transform medicine in Mongolia. Her story is republished here under a Creative Commons license. Gundegmaa Tumurbaatar glimpsed her son only for an instant as he was carried into the aging Soviet-built hospital where she works. It was one of the first fine days after the grueling Mongolian winter, and she had left Gunbileg, aged three, and his older brother playing outside, telling them to be careful. Now, he was moaning in pain and covered from head to toe in filth and blood. A passer-by had brought Gunbileg to the hospital after seeing the two boys trying to jump over an open manhole above a sewerwatching in horror as the younger boy had fallen into the jagged pit on his abdomen.
Voice Of America
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“They want new themes that come out every season, and they really want to transform the face of the venue, and they are willing to spend whatever, unlimited. They want to outdo each other at the wedding,” she said. Many people vehemently oppose any effort to impose a tax on wedding expenses and say any effort to trim lavish Indian weddings has to be led by society itself. Sanjoy Pasricha, who is in the midst of hectic preparations for his daughter’s wedding to be held next month, has opted for a destination wedding in the beach resort of Goa. He points out that a marriage is a major event for an Indian family. Strongly opposing any government role in regulating wedding expenses he said, “It’s my decision how much I want to spend. It’s as good as saying that you will have to stop wearing suits and only wear trousers, or you should not wear silk saris, but only cotton saris.
Design Milk - Architecture
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After sitting empty for several years, a bungalow in Braid Hills had gone into disrepair prior to a family purchasing it. With its condition and poor layout, they hired Capital A to transform the South Edinburgh house into a much larger modern home. With the dramatic ground level change, they chose to work with it instead of fight it by designing a split level extension. Now, the main living area is at ground level so it can be reached without having to climb any steps. mg class="alignn
Manchester Evening News
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Fortis Developments bosses had to go back to the drawing board after proposals to transform Furness Quay, including the construction of two huge new towers, were rejected
Liverpool Echo
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Voice Of America
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That was your best piece," humorist Eduardo Edo Sanabria said on Twitter. In 1971, when Venezuelan authorities were looking for a place to display art, Imber famously said: "If you give me a garage, I will turn it into a museum." Three years after, she created a foundation to transform an auto parts garage into the first museum of modern art in Venezuela. In less than a decade, it had grown to hold pieces by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Henry Moore, Fernando Botero and many Venezuelan artists. At one point, it had more than 4,000 works and received more than 15,000 visitors a month. Laid off by Chavez in 2001 Imber, a critic of the socialist government established by the late President Hugo Chavez, was laid off as the museum's director by Chavez in 2001. She called her dismissal "one of the most painful moments" of her life. "The president forgot or did not want to recognize the courage and the dedication of this wonderful woman," artist Jesus Soto told AP before his death in 2005.
The Economic Times
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PM Modi vows to make Bundelkhand into KutchPM Modi promised to transform Bundelkhand — which he alleged had not seen any development in the last seven decades — in five years.
Daily Mail - Science
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BMW Blog
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Oftentimes credited with the creation of the sports sedan, BMW has long produced cars popular with enthusiasts for their communicative nature and willingness to run when presented with open road. Nowhere are these characteristics better enjoyed than at the race track, but while Bimmers leave the factory as capable cars, there are still some things you can do to make your track day the best it can be. Whether your Bimmer is of the vintage variety or a later model, these cars provide an excellent canvas for modification. That doesnt mean, however, that you’ve got to spend a lot of money or make your car intolerable on the street. Read on to find out how we’d optimize a BMW for track and road use. It’s the Little Things No one can deny the fun of uncorking a new power-adder at the track. If you’ve got the funds to add boost or make major motor upgrades, have at it, but there are small things you can do that will transform your stock car into a much more competent track machine without ever popping the hood.
ZDNet News
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Government sets aside S$2.4 billion over four years to execute a nationwide plan to "transform" the local economy and help enterprises "go digital".
BBC News 24
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I think the worrying aspect of this is, although there's been some improvement as was just said in terms of the number of Trusts in deficit, the fact is that Trusts are having to make decisions at the moment sometimes making non-recurrent savings which means in a way the problem will reappear next year and next year we are going to face even greater problems just when we want to try and transform the system.
Lancashire Evening Post
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Men's Fitness
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BBC News 24
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It could really transform aerospace. There has been a significant gap since the last big development and this one. But this is potentially the closest we are going to get to the Whittle jet engine moment in our lifetime. But first, the commercial spaceports would launch satellites, and could bring zero-gravity flights to the UK.