BBC Parliament
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levels of transparency worldwide. I pay credit to all noble Lord's who have campaigned on this issue. The fight against global corruption is a priority for the Government. We've listened carefully to all those that have made representations, not least the noble lady Baroness Stern. And.
Carscoops
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Its been two years since Ferrari released the 488 GTB. In the time since, its followed up with a Spider and various racing versions of the same. But the one weve all been waiting for is the heir to the 458 Speciale , and thats reportedly just around the corner. Read more »
BBC Parliament
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Washington Free Beacon
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President Trump castigated Holocaust deniers during remarks Tuesday commemorating Holocaust Remembrance Day, saying they are an "accomplice" to the mass slaughter. Speaking at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., Trump memorialized the late Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel and said it was humanity's duty to never forget the Nazi regime's crimes. Today, the president said, there are some who want to forget the past or even erase the event from history. "Those who deny the Holocaust are an accomplice to this horrible evil," he said. "We'll never be silent. We just won't. We will never, ever be silent in the face of evil again." Trump called Holocaust denial one of the "many forms of dangerous anti-Semitism" all over the world. "We've seen anti-Semitism on university campuses, in the public square, and in threats against Jewish citizens," he said.
BBC News 24
6 minutes
terms? I've heard this before, we heard this in the 80s and 90s, it was the same old message. You're not ending tribal politics if you are saying to people, don't vote for that party, but for my party! It is just carrying on tribal politics. At the end of the day, the.
BBC News 24
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a programme that appeals to be. White when she talks about ending tribal patterns of politics, do you think that is a valid claim she is making in Welsh terms? I've heard this before, we heard.
Radar Online
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What I believe, as a woman in this business, it's good to be tough, but it's even better to be you. When I really think about it, I return to the same thing over and over again — I've been lucky and I have been blessed. Being successful in your career is a really good thing, but it is not an ultimate thing. I'm at my best when I remember this and I'm at my worst when I do not. She dedicated the last part of her speech to her 2-year-old daughter Vale . PHOTOS: Truth Exposed! 15 Most Shocking Revelations From Parts 1 & 2 of Duggar Interviews With Megyn KellyJosh Duggar A “SlyPredator As Radar previously reported, Guthrie's position at TODAY is in jeopardy as Megyn Kelly joins the lineup later this year . Stay with Radar for more. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
BBC Two England
8 minutes
question, why didn't he? Unless he decides to shift it, because it is too risky. It depends, I've said it many times, if the red is tied to the cushion it.
BBC News 24
8 minutes
I'm just wondering, first of all, what are your thoughts on the challenge that faces Labour in this campaign? Look, there's a mountain to climb. We've seen what the polls are showing, but mountains are there to be conquered. What is absolutely essential is that we produced a manifesto that people can understand and.
Politico
8 minutes
Schriock is encouraged by the number of women who’ve been marching, who’ve been working as attorneys for clients hit by the travel ban, who overwhelmingly made up the callers who swamped congressional
BBC Parliament
9 minutes
children. My constituent was a child receiving treatment from the NHS that he needed. I've already talked about my constituent having to pay for his own treatment, having to pay for the drug which he needed to try to clear the hepatitis C virus from his body. But he, the minister referred to the consultation and the move that the ministers.
BoingBoing
16 minutes
It's easy to s queeze the juice out of a Juicero juice bag with your bare hands . But for some reason, the $400 Juicero machine was built to squeeze charcoal briquettes into diamonds. Ben Einstein, a product designer and venture capitalist, took one apart to see what was inside . Excerpts: Juicero’s Press is an incredibly complicated piece of engineering. Of the hundreds of consumer products I’ve taken apart over the years, this is easily among the top 5% on the complexity scale. Because the door must transmit the force of the entire drivetrain pushing against the juice packs, we see MASSIVE machined aluminum components. It is exceptionally rare to see a custom power supply on a first-time hardware startup’s product as these are inspected very carefully as part of UL/ETL certification, creating additional cost and risk. Like many of the other systems on this product, the motor is seemingly custom to account for the exceptionally high rated power (stalls at 5A at 330V DC, which is hard to believe, possibly even a misprint on the motor casing) and sports a custom encoder system designed by Juicero (yellow arrow) Removing the sheet metal frame sheds light on a few more custom-machined aluminum drivetrain components.
BBC News 24
16 minutes
And I've said no, I do not feel that they are sinful. And I think that's something that it's important to say when people get the wrong idea of you. But in saying that, you're going against some key.
TechCrunch
32 minutes
Box has been in the process of enhancing its developer platform, and today it announced a new pricing plan designed to provide developers with more cost certainty than the old pricing approach. Weve been in the market for 18 months and there has been a tremendous amount of traction, but pricing was still complicated, Jeetu Patel, CSO and SVP of Box Platform told TechCrunch. Read More
The Canary
32 minutes
Tracey Culham broke down on national television on 25 April. Speaking about using food banks on Victoria Derbyshire, she said I need to let the nation know what it’s like: Its degrading, especially when youve worked all your life Tracey had to use food banks because her Universal Credit was delayed. pic.twitter.com/kb6b4osTBg Victoria Derbyshire... Visit www.thecanary.co to read more.
OK!
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The TV presenter, whose show has been branded "brutal" for the way contestants will be challenged to hold onto the money they've won by answering a series of questions, admitted that the gameshow's format got a bit too much for some. "I've had audience members walk out," the former X Factor star exclusively told OK! Online. "Because they can't handle the pressure of what someone has just done." Giving an example, Rylan went on to explain: "Basically there's a button and say you choose ...
BBC News 24
38 minutes
Oh, I'm very sharp. No, I am. I'm very good at quizzes on telly. We've known for a long time that exercise is good for both our physical and mental health as we get older. But this research pulls together 39 international reports.
BBC News 24
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as one. Why do they like that? A, it's going to solve a complex sort of series of company structures within France, but you've got a couple of the most iconic world brands and the thing that investors like through thick and thin, whatever the economic outlook, thick and thin, whatever the.
BBC News 24
40 minutes
Let's look at the markets. Yesterday saw markets in the green across Europe. The Cac-40 in Paris was up 4% yesterday and today it's just holding onto those gains. They were won after the results of the first round of the French presidential elections which lead to markets breathing a sigh of relief. Also as we've been talking about - Whitbread, which owns Costa Coffee and Premier Inn, has reported a 6% rise.
BBC Parliament
an hour
And do something they called the ten year rule. I've been a minister. I've never heard of the ten year rule. Have you, Madam Deputy Speaker? In ministers papers destroyed without his consent? It seems to sound alarm bells to me, and to suggest something is seriously amiss, Madam Deputy Speaker. Will my right honourable friend give way? I wondered if my right honourable friend was I shocked as I was to learn.
Deadline
an hour
NPR 's Robert Siegel is turning in his mic. The longtime host of All Things Considered is stepping down from that role in January 2018, NPR said today. This is a decision long in the making and not an easy one. I've had the greatest job I can think of, working with the finest colleagues anyone could ask for, for as long a stretch as I could imagine, said Siegel in an NPR statement. But, looking ahead to my seventies (which start all too soon) I feel that it is time for...
BBC Parliament
an hour
effort to suppress the truth. I've got to win my possession. So I can save the Minister or the Government time if they suggest there aren't any. There are some. Two documents that I want to put on the official record today, Madam Deputy Speaker. One, a letter, sent from Stanford University's medical Centre in.
PC Pro
an hour
While intended for use on the battlefields of Acheron, crushing Ork and Eldar skulls and ribs, I had plenty of fun taking out my pent-up frustration on crockery, plant pots, plasterboard and a children’s doll house. In all honesty, I think the 40K universe would be a far more peaceful place if people just used these things recreationally rather than on the battlefield. It’s a gloriously brutal device which, so I’ve been told, is even capable of punching straight through a brick wall. Obviously, the in-game model is capable of smashing off the side of a tank, but I definitely dont have the physique of a Space Marine – or the tendency to come in contact with many tanks – so it’s unlikely this real-world model will face the same tests as in Dawn of War III . Outside of 40K lore, wielding the Power Fist isnt as straightforward as you’d actually think.
BBC News 24
an hour
The News of the World, News International settled something in the region of 1,000 claims and that went ran into hundreds of millions of pounds. So that figure that Mirror Group Newspapers put aside of £26 million may well have to be reviewed and reviewed upwards dramatically. As I say, proceedings are still ongoing in court, but we have seen today really the breadth of the hacking. We've, a.