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MintPress News
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“Regardless of the target, it is enough simply to be perceived as Muslim to be the victim of violence.” Samrat Jeet Singh, an assistant professor in the Department of Religion at Trinity University and senior religious fellow at The Sikh Coalition, told MintPress that since the terror attacks of September 11, there has been the formation of a new racial category that he calls “the apparent Muslim.” “Although Muslims constitute an immensely diverse community, our society continues to racialize Muslims through oversimplified stereotypes of how Muslims look. These perceptions are primarily based on visual cues, such as phenotypical features brown skin as well as cultural or religious markers, including facial hair, veils, and head coverings,” he said. Singh explained that understanding the racialization of Muslim identity helps us to actually see why anti-Muslim sentiment often impacts those who are not Muslim.
Sky News
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depends. You want us to leave with no deal at all. Is that what you want? No, I want us to leave with a sensible Free Trade Deal in place. Fully understanding we are their most important export market in the world. They call.
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Phys.Org
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Statistics is a useful tool for understanding the patterns in the world around us. But our intuition often lets us down when it comes to interpreting those patterns. In this series we look at some of the common mistakes we make and how to avoid them when thinking about statistics, probability and risk.
BBC Parliament
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know he will now return. Mr Angus Robertson. Thank you, Mr Speaker. We on these benches has become accustomed to the views of members on the other side of the house being incapable of understanding that the people of Scotland voted to remain in the European Union. The.
WhoWhatWhy
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Techradar
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When you are accessing that playlist on your mobile, you initially see the first five tracks - these are the showcase of the playlist. "So you need your Stormzys, your Skeptas your Wileys in the top five because they are the ones that get you engaged in the playlist. Further down you can become a little more experimental. Setting the record straight Given a playlist placing can make or break an artist, there must be a significant amount of pressure on the labels to get their artists into a playlist. Wallace acknowledges this but believes that labels are now understanding that the key isnt getting artists songs heard but heard in the right way and at the right time. It isnt about demanding when your track is released it goes to the top of every playlist. You need audiences to engages with that track at the right rate.
The Week
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That said, "our understanding has evolved" since the vote as key promises made by the Leave campaign - £350m a week for the NHS, staying in the single market, stopping immigration - have been dropped, Clifford adds. She asks: "Wouldn't it be daft to just plough on if the prospects are poor?" Indeed, says The Guardian's Polly Toynbee , the sharp right-turn towards a hard Brexit was not what voters were promised. The Ukip-tinged vision emerging now is "light years distant from the softly reassuring arguments Vote Leave made before the referendum", she writes. However, any attempt to overturn the referendum would also put MPs on a collision course with the pro-Leave press, which have repeatedly accused Remain politicians of plotting to "subverting the will of the people". The Daily Mail branded High Court judges "enemies of the people" after they prevented the government from unilaterally triggering Article 50.
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The Economic Times
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go into this discussion understanding and accepting that we will have to do some give and take to get the best possible deal for Britain. And it has to be a deal but works for Britain and for its European Union partners. That is the only way you can get a deal done. I am confident, as we have explored can get a deal done. I am confident,.
South China Morning Post
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Fast Company
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Paying heed to their factual as well as emotional content makes for mutual understanding when thats badly needed. Leaders may feel their job is to reassure their teamsto talk more than theyre used to. But Ive found listening to be even more important. When Im actively listening, Ill hear genuine concerns and clear a space for talking level-headedly about how to cope with them together. 3. You Cant Slow Down Humans are resilient creatures. We have a natural capacity to move toward the light, to make the most of bad situations. In turmoil, I know that its paramount for me as a business leader to define a better vision for the future . But theres a risk of getting too philosophical and losing your momentum, your impulse toward action. If change is embedded in everything you do already, then adapting to a period of turmoil wont seem like such a foreign concept.
RT
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learning and an edge and understanding an amazing amount of learning and an edge and understanding how powerful the spoken word could be, if you unleashed it with really strong technology and then added these incredible powerful performances. At this point, it is why not do Audible? If you can have Andy Newton Lee or Colin Firth or Stephen Fry to read you a book, it harks back to.
Sky News
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sides. We had to go into this discussion understanding and accepting that we will have to do some give and take to get the best possible deal for Britain. It has to be a deal that works for Britain. And for its European Union partners. That's the only way you can get a deal done. I.
The Economic Times
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While human contact is diminishing in terms of volume, the quality and importance of human touch points will increase. 34 per cent of the bankers surveyed globally and almost similar number in India (33 per cent) said they plan to use a detailed understanding of human behaviour to guide new customer experiences. And while nearly nine in 10 bankers (89 percent) said they believe that their customers are satisfied with their bank’s use of personalization, 67 per cent globally and in India claim they struggle to understand their customers’ needs and goals. Banks are increasing integrating their core functions with digital ecosystem platforms in an effort to manage more broad-based consumer relationships. Nearly all bankers surveyed (98 percent) said they believe that it is ‘somewhat’ or ‘very’ critical to adopt a platform-based business model and engage in ecosystems with digital partners, with one-quarter (25 percent) of global respondents and 40 percent of India respondents saying their organizations are already taking aggressive steps to participate in ecosystems.
BBC News 24
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it's about what Jeremy Corbyn has been doing. It's not just about understanding the position in the UK, it's about understanding what our EU partners want to achieve out of the process and that's why I was in Berlin yesterday, trying to get a better sense of how we can influence and shape the future. The Labour Party's role is I think of course as the opposition to Labour Party's role is I think of.
BBC News 24
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But of course there will be agreement on things like Customs facilitation is. There will be memorandums of understanding so we can agree on things like what a car is and what standards it applies. There in mind. All of the standards in our economy are the same.
The Sun Daily
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is open to the possibility of establishing more trade ties with the UK post-brexit, said International Trade and Industry Minister II Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan. "We hope we can work with the UK to achieve some trade integration, whether Malaysia-UK direct or through the Commonwealth platform," he told reporters at the memorandum of understanding(MOU) signing ceremony between SME Corp and its strategic partners. However, he said it is too early to say whether this will be in the free-trade direction, adding that dynamics will be different with the UK now being on its own, as it was previously subjected to the approval of the European Union(EU). On Tuesday, UK Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 and signed the letter which will be delivered by an envoy to the president of the EU, marking the start of the two-year process of the country's formal exit from the EU.
BBC News 24
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mental health conditions, who will not be able to access the full support, they would have been entitled to under the tribunal's ruling. An effective cut of £3.7 billion. These regulations were laid down without any consultation with the Social Security Advisory Committee and despite repeated efforts, without any debate in this Chamber. I am satisfied that the matters raised by the honourable member is proper to be discussed, understanding order.
BBC News 24
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having said that, we still know that a lot of people have lost communications, so we want to make sure that everyone is safe there. The priority will be to support the recovery. As the day progresses we will get an understanding of the damage from the storm
The Event Chronicle
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