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Bolivian president Evo Morales resigns after election result dispute

President quits after nearly 14 years in power, hours after promising fresh elections

Bolivia’s president, Evo Morales, is to resign after the military called for him to step down and allies fell away following a fierce backlash over his disputed re-election.

Morales, the leader for nearly 14 years, said in televised comments that he would submit his resignation letter to help restore stability, though he aimed barbs at what he called a “civic coup.”

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Emirates close to finalizing part of wide-body jet order with Airbus: sources
Dubai state-owned airline Emirates [EMIRA.UL] was close to a deal on Monday to finalize at least part of a provisional order for 70 wide-body aircraft from Europe's Airbus , industry sources said.
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Man shot his brother after mistaking him for a deer, police say
A man accidentally shot his brother while they were deer hunting in Michigan Saturday.
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Michy Batshuayi Says He'll Stay at Chelsea, Club Is Where He Feels 'At Home'
Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi has no plans to leave the club despite lacking a starting berth at Stamford Bridge...
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War crimes court considers investigation into British military
BBC’s Panorama alleges state covered up killings of civilians in Afghanistan and IraqThe international criminal court may investigate the British military for the first time after allegations that war crimes had been committed, the BBC has reported.The broadcaster’s Panorama programme has claimed killings of civilians in Afghanistan and Iraq have been covered up by the state. Continue reading...
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WhatsApp fixes bug that would have let hackers exploit devices using MP4 files
WhatsApp has fixed a vulnerability involving malicious MP4 video files that could potentially allow an attacker to remotely access messages and files stored in the app. The flaw — identified as CVE-2019-11931 — made it possible for attackers to send a specially crafted MP4 file to remotely execute malicious code on the victim’s device without any intervention. In an advisory posted on its site, Facebook said: A stack-based buffer overflow could be triggered in WhatsApp by sending a specially crafted MP4 file to a WhatsApp user. The issue was present in parsing the elementary stream metadata of an MP4 file… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: WhatsApp
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Hong Kong police surround university as violent standoff with students continues
Hong Kong protesters and riot police face off at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University for the second day. Follow here for the latest
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Nissan recalls nearly 400,000 vehicles over braking system defect
(This November 16 story has been refiled to correct the number in the headline)
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Jennifer Arcuri says Boris Johnson has treated her like a 'gremlin' and a 'one-night stand' after questions over their 'close friendship'
ITV News The businesswoman at the centre of an alleged conflict of interest controversy surrounding Boris Johnson says the prime minister has "cast me aside like I am some gremlin." Jennifer Arcuri told ITV that Boris Johnsonhas treated her like she "was some fleeting one-night stand or some girl that you picked up at a bar" since allegations against him hit the headlines. Johnson is being investigated for allegations that he treated Arcuri and her business favourably during his time as London mayor. He is accused of failing declare a close relationship with Arcuri before helping her business receive £126,000 in public money and overruling officials in order to grant her access to foreign trade missions. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The businesswoman at the centre of an alleged conflict of interest scandal facing Boris Johnson says the prime minister has "cast me aside like I am some gremlin" since the controversy hit the news headlines. In an interview with ITV, Jennifer Arcuri said she was "heartbroken" by how Johnson has treated her since the media started questioning the prime minister over his links to her and his conduct while he was mayor of London.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Extremists turned a frog meme into a hate symbol, but Hong Kong protesters revived it as an emblem of hopeSee Also:The report that Boris Johnson is refusing to publish says it cannot rule out Russian interference in the Brexit referendumThe Labour Party has suffered a 'sophisticated and large-scale cyber-attack' ahead of the general electionHillary Clinton attacks Boris Johnson for 'shameful' decision to block report on Russian election interference
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Grounded: how Ed Sheeran brought pop back down to earth
Where once the biggest acts were outlandish and explosive, now they trade on their relatability. Is ordinary the new normal?Of all the controversies generated by rock and pop music over the last decade, the weirdest may be those by artists who aren’t weird or controversial at all. Ed Sheeran, Lewis Capaldi, Adele, George Ezra, Jess Glynne have all sold a phenomenal number of records and earned an equal amount of opprobrium. The collective terms for them are usually pejorative: the new boring, the ordinary boys, a beige pop wasteland. They’re held up as evidence that pop music is having a potentially fatal existential crisis: when did pop cease to suggest a life more glamorous or exciting than your own? When did it cease to be aspirational, strange and intriguing? Never mind David Bowie pointing down the lens at Top of the Pops – how did we go from Lady Gaga wearing the contents of a butcher’s counter to the 2010 MTV awards to nondescript artists who are only distinguished from their audience because they’re the ones on stage? When did pop become so boring?It’s easy to overestimate the dominance of normality in modern pop, particularly if you’re a music hack writing a piece that suggests it has been in irreversible decline since your teens. If you want pop music that looks spectacular, glamorous and aspirational, or suggests an intriguing world outside the experience of its audience, or that terrifies parents, there’s plenty of it. Drugged-out face-tattooed rappers; DayGlo K-pop bands; Lana Del Rey’s LA femme-fatale shtick; Billie Eilish’s gothic sci-fi imagery; the Afro-futuristic fantasias of Janelle Monáe and FKA twigs. Continue reading...
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Etihad Airways still has long way to go to become profitable: Group CEO
Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways still has a long way to go to become profitable, Group CEO Tony Douglas said on Monday.
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UK social security payments 'at lowest level since launch of welfare state'
Millions now excluded from mainstream society, says study by IPPR thinktankSocial security payments have hit their lowest level since the launch of the welfare state, excluding millions from mainstream society and fuelling food bank use, according to research.The £73 standard weekly allowance for universal credit, the government’s flagship benefit claimed by 2.3 million people, is now equivalent to 12.5% of median earnings. By contrast, when unemployment benefit was introduced in 1948 it was worth 20%. As a result, millions are being “excluded from mainstream society, with the basic goods and amenities needed to survive let alone thrive increasingly out of their grip”, the study by the IPPR thinktank said. Continue reading...
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'Stokes using Warner to sell book'
England all-rounder Ben Stokes is using Australia opener David Warner to sell his new book, says Australia captain Tim Paine.
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Google Stadia will launch with 22 games on first day, up from just 12 last week
Google announced tonight that its Stadia cloud-gaming service will launch on November 19 (yes, Tuesday) with 22 titles, up from just 12 last week.
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Talking Horses: Altior and Cyrname trainers confirm Ascot clash is on
More than two months in the build-up, Saturday’s meeting of the two best steeplechasers in Britain would provide a rare treatMore than two months of media build-up has, incredibly, failed to put the kybosh on Altior v Cyrname, the top-class clash which we still hope and believe will take place at Ascot on Saturday. Both trainers have, I suspect, got a bit tired of confirming that their charges are still on course for the Christy 1965 Chase but they were good enough to do so once more at Cheltenham on Sunday and both seemed genuinely upbeat about their chances. Related: Happy Diva makes it second time lucky with BetVictor Gold Cup triumph Continue reading...
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Iker Casillas Questions 'Logic' of Possible Cristiano Ronaldo Ballon d'Or Win
Iconic goalkeeper Iker Casillas believes it would be illogical if his former Real Madrid team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo won the Ballon d'Or later this year ahead of either Barcelona forward Lionel Messi or Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk...
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WeWork is reportedly planning to layoff at least 4,000 people as part of a major restructure
WeWork is planning on laying off at least 4,000 people from its workforce, The New York Times reported on Sunday. A person with knowledge of the matter told The Times that the company's core office-sharing business would slash 2,000 to 2,5000 employees from its global ventures, along with other employees from its non-core businesses and maintenance employees.  A second source with knowledge of the matter said the number of layoffs could be as high as 5,000 or 6,000, which would represent about a third of WeWork's workforce.  The company is recovering from major losses after a failed IPO in September and reported a loss of $1.25 billion in the third quarter.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. WeWork is planning on laying off at least 4,000 people from its workforce, The New York Times reported on Sunday.  According to The Times, the company — which is recovering from major losses after a failed IPO in September — is expected to announce the cuts as early as this week. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: We talked to Kevin Plank right before he stepped down as CEO of Under Armour, and he hinted at why the company may be ready for the changeSee Also:The largest milk producer in the US has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protectionUber's co-founders are starting to cash out of the ride-hailing giant. Here's the pitch deck they created back in 2008, way before it was a $45 billion ride-hailing giant.10 of the best and 10 of the worst Danny DeVito movies of all timeSEE ALSO: How WeWork spiraled from a $47 billion valuation to talk of bankruptcy in just 6 weeks
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Logitech’s Adaptive Gaming Kit adds accessibility companion for Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller
Microsoft launched its Xbox Adaptive Controller to let people with limited mobility play games. And today, Logitech G is launching the Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit.
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Logitech’s $100 Adaptive Gaming Kit finishes what Xbox’s XAC started
“People buy the XAC, then ask, ‘what should go with this? ’” Logitech made the answer.
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The Lib Dems helped wreck my 20s. Young voters, beware | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett
In the coalition, Jo Swinson was happy to raise tuition fees and impose austerity. Don’t be fooled like we wereOn election night in May 2010, I was studying in Italy. I’d crashed out on a friend’s sofa at about 4am, having come back from a bar to shout at the television. When I woke mid-morning, both parliament and I were hanging. Many of you will remember that morning. But this is a column for those who were too young to vote in that election. A year later, I graduated into a recession with more than £30,000 in student debt – peanuts, of course, compared with the debts faced by today’s students – but it was still intimidating. Many of my peers had voted Liberal Democrat in 2010 because the party had promised to abolish tuition fees. We knew how it felt to be burdened with huge student debt. Continue reading...
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I could lift more than I weighed – and loved it. But an injury gave me a much healthier perspective
I wanted to prove I could compete with the men in the weights room. A slipped disc made me reassess my attitude to extreme accomplishmentsI was never good at PE at school, nor interested in getting good at it. Somehow, I knew the best way to endure it was to be enthusiastically bad, overestimating my ability for a laugh or begrudging respect from a teacher. I would voluntarily do butterfly against the county swimming champions, purely because I found it funny.Secretly, maybe, I wished I was naturally sporty. In my early 20s, I had more important things to do than fitness (drinking and watching Mad Men), but by 25, I realised it was time to get moving. I tried running and the gym. Then, with the help of a powerfully shredded trainer, I discovered weightlifting. Continue reading...
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Killer drones: how many are there and who do they kill?
From lightweight surveillance devices to heavily armed attack weapons, pilotless drones are rapidly becoming a favoured tool of warfare. But are they accurate? Ethical? Here to stay?Drones – remotely piloted craft – first appeared in the 1990s when they were used for military surveillance by the US. Familiar advances in miniaturisation and cost mean they are now used for all kinds of purposes – for recreation, filming, monitoring conservation or to deliver vital medicines in remote areas. Continue reading...
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What does a food critic cook for Christmas?
After years of practice, Jay Rayner has rules on Christmas lunch. Don’t faff over a starter; ditch most of the veg; always set fire to somethingThe first inquiry always comes about now, as autumn gives way to winter. “So,” the questioner asks, wet-lipped with anticipation, “what are you going to be having on the big day?” The implication is obvious. I am employed to travel the country passing judgment on restaurants both grand and less so. I look down my nose at the offerings of MasterChef contestants and then deliver a crushing verdict. Surely, therefore, Christmas lunch in my house must be magnificent; the platonic ideal of Christmas lunches to which all others must aspire, a parade of poise and ooh and ah.I don’t blame anyone for thinking like this, because it’s what I think too. Mine really should be magnificent. It’s no accident that I’ve been a restaurant critic for two decades. I brood about what I’ll be having for dinner while eating breakfast, and daydream perfect lunch menus designed to make my guests swoon, even when I haven’t invited any. So, of course, I want my Christmas lunch to be the very best it can be. The problem is making it so. Continue reading...
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Impeachment Week 9: Alexander Vindman and Gordon Sondland headline three days of public hearings
Expected to testify publicly this week: U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and the NSC's Fiona Hill.       
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TikTok’s Chief Is on a Mission to Prove It’s Not a Menace
Alex Zhu, the head of the Chinese-owned viral video app, is trying to assuage Washington’s fears. “I am quite optimistic,” he said.
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Hong Kong stocks rebound despite latest violence – business live
Most Asian markets rise after China’s rate cut, as investors await further news on trade 7.51am GMT On the latest clashes in Hong Kong, Erlam says:The stand-off between the protesters and the police has become increasingly violent this last couple of weeks and, worryingly, it’s difficult to see how this ends without further clashes and bloodshed.At this point, the economy is the least of the concerns for both residents and observers. But a place once viewed as being stable and peaceful is looking increasingly less appealing for investors who may continue to pull cash out the longer this goes on and more fierce it becomes.Hong Kong police arrest more than 50 in Tsim Sha Tsui near besieged PolyU https://t.co/1g4SBNjslZ @krislc #HongKong #HongKongProtest #China #PolyUHK #antiELABhk #antiELABChoking and crying, Hong Kong protesters pinned back on campus. ⁦via @jamespomfret⁩ #antielab #hongkongprotests https://t.co/qlkYyqnUjl 7.48am GMT Craig Erlam, senior market analyst UK and EMA at trading platform OANDA, sounded a note of scepticism on the latest trade talks over the weekend.While this is arguably a positive conversation that enables a deal to be reached, we were meant to be at the point of agreeing a date and location for it to be signed off. Trump looks to have been a little premature in his assertion that a deal is done last month with there clearly still being plenty more work to do.It always seemed a little odd how one sided the deal looked, with the Chinese clearly expected a greater commitment from the US side of tariff rollbacks, which is one issue that seems to be holding things up. This could well go on beyond the end of the year and even fall apart altogether which could be troublesome for the markets which have already invested so heavily into it. Continue reading...
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Hong Kong police seal off university, raising fears of crackdown
Hong Kong police fired tear gas and rubber bullets on Monday to force back anti-government protesters trying to escape a university where hundreds are holed up with petrol bombs and other homemade weapons amid fears of a bloody crackdown.
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Gunman opens fire at California backyard party, four killed: police
Police in the California city of Fresno were investigating a mass shooting at a football game party on Sunday in which at least 10 people were shot, killing four, with five others left in critical condition and another wounded, police said.
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Google Stadia will have 10 more games at launch
After first announcing that its cloud-streaming Stadia game service would launch with just 12 titles, Google has nearly doubled that number, according to a tweet from Stadia boss Phil Harrison. The service will now arrive with 10 additional games, br...
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UBS Chief Ermotti wants to stay until 2021: report
UBS's Sergio Ermotti wants to remain as chief executive of Switzerland's biggest bank until 2021, Swiss website Finews reported on Monday, citing unnamed sources.
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ArcelorMittal willing to re-commit to Ilva steel plant on three conditions: paper
ArcelorMittal is drafting a plan to re-commit to the 2018 deal, under which it bought the troubled Ilva steel plant in southern Italy, on three conditions, Il Messaggero daily reported on Monday.
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Up close with Ford’s electric Mustang SUV, the Mach-E
Photo by Sean O’Kane / The Verge Let the arguments begin Continue reading…
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Google Maps puts Local Guides front and center for top travel tips
Google Maps is giving more prominence to its Local Guides in a test designed to give travelers easier access to their suggestions for things to do and places to go.
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Can you solve it? The two child problem
A probability paradoxHere are four questions. They sound very similar. But be careful. They are not.1. Mrs Smith has two children. The eldest one is a boy. What’s the chance that both are boys? Continue reading...
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Under pressure: how stress can change our lives for the better
Stress and emotional tension tends to be associated with distress – but a form called ‘eustress’ can be healthy and productiveStress has become a defining feature of the 21st century, contributing to the mental-health crisis, fuelling a boom in mindfulness apps and even, science has suggested, affecting unborn children. But it is not always the villain it is made out to be. Psychologists are keen to arm us with the knowledge that some stress can be good, healthy and productive. This type is known as “eustress” and without it, they say, our lives would be dull and meaningless.“Stress has got such a bad rap,” says Daniela Kaufer, a neuroscientist at the University of California, Berkeley. “There’s this perception that stress is always bad for the brain, but that’s not true. Your stress response is crucial to your survival. It elevates your performance, is super-important for alertness and prepares you to adapt to the next thing that comes along.” Continue reading...
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Republicans condemned for smearing impeachment witnesses born abroad
Trump tactic suggesting Marie Yovanovitch and Alexander Vindman have mixed loyalties criticized as bigotedRepublicans and Donald Trump have sought to smear key witnesses in the impeachment inquiry against the president as having dual or mixed loyalties to the US, due to being born abroad.The move has sparked condemnation as a bigoted tactic that has maligned career US diplomats and officials as being potentially disloyal to their adopted country due to not being born in America. Continue reading...
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Havana on its 500th birthday – then and now
The Cuban government is planning a jubilee week as the capital city celebrates the anniversary of its birth, with hundreds of events at restored monuments and historic sites, a visit from the Spanish royal family and fireworks over the Malecon seaside promenade. Archive photographs show how much, and how little, the capital has changedThe Revolution Museum, which was inaugurated in 1920 as the presidential palace, before becoming a museum in 1974 Continue reading...
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Yorkshire schools will not get back millions lost in trust's collapse
Wakefield City Academies Trust centralised schools’ reserves and then went bustSchools in Yorkshire that transferred millions of pounds to a multi-academy trust before it went bust will not get the money back, the area’s schools commissioner has confirmed.Wakefield City Academies Trust (WCAT), which ran 21 schools, was accused of asset-stripping after it moved its schools’ reserves to centralised accounts before admitting new sponsors would need to be found for them days into the new term in September 2017. Continue reading...
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New York Times editor says Trump has put his reporters’ lives at risk
Dean Baquet decries abuse of journalists and defends not calling president racistThe executive editor of the New York Times has accused Donald Trump of putting his reporters’ lives at risk by subjecting them to personal abuse and describing them as “enemies of the people”.Dean Baquet, who has led the news outlet during one of the most tumultuous periods in its history, said the US president’s history of verbal attacks on journalists such as the New York Times’s political reporter Maggie Haberman was “appalling” and risked having serious consequences. Continue reading...
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Birmingham University refused to look into student's off-campus rape claim
Institution said it only dealt with cases linked to university activities or on its premisesBirmingham University has refused to investigate student complaints of rape where the alleged assaults took place off campus, it has emerged.A graduate told the Guardian she was left fearing for her safety after the university said it would not take disciplinary action against a male student who she alleged had raped her in her privately rented student accommodation. Continue reading...
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Serious Noticing: Selected Essays by James Wood review – something to behold
Whether interrogating Chekhov or Jane Austen, the New Yorker literary critic has the eye of a great novelistJames Wood begins this selection of essays, mostly about writers, with a homage to the drumming of Keith Moon of the Who. Long before he became the New Yorker’s resident literary critic, and in advance of those audacious and ardent studenty book reviews with which he made his name in the Guardian in the late 1980s, Wood was a precocious musician: pianist and trumpet player and scholar at Durham’s Chorister school and at Eton. He listened to little or no rock music until he was in his teens. But when he did he was enthralled by the manic genius of Moon.In Wood’s becassocked adolescence of scales and grades, Moon represented rule-breaking freedoms. That internal dichotomy has, the critic suggests, never left him. Wood still dreams of having the confidence to write a sentence that captures the spirit of Moon’s playing: “a long passionate onrush, formally controlled and joyously messy, propulsive but digressively self-interrupted, attired but dishevelled, careful and lawless, right and wrong”. Saul Bellow, his touchstone, could write those sentences, and DH Lawrence, he suggests, and David Foster Wallace on form, but he fears he won’t ever find the animal courage himself. Continue reading...
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Can we separate out fixtures and fittings with a help-to-buy Isa?
We are hoping we can make an offer for the Isa maximum and pay separately for these itemsQ My partner and I both have help-to-buy Isas and live outside of London so the most we’ll be able to spend on a property is £250,000. Property prices around the area we want to buy are very close to the £250,000 limit and often slightly above it.It seems that the help-to-buy Isa guidelines say the £250,000 limit refers to the land but not fixtures and fittings. Does this mean if a property is on sale for £255,000, say, we could offer £250,000 for the property, but separately offer £5,000 for fixtures and fittings such as a new fitted kitchen, curtains, blinds, garden furniture and/or wardrobes? AL Continue reading...
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Is this £62 Easirent admin fee the greediest yet?
It was charged over supposedly ‘new damage’ – even though I’d taken out extra insuranceI write to alert your readers to the extraordinary behaviour of the car hire firm Easirent’s Dublin airport branch. Having paid £48 for the three-day hire, I was talked into taking out extra insurance which would reduce the damage excess to zero – for which I paid £142. The estate car I had booked was not available so we were upgraded to a seven-seater I was told was so new it was unlikely to have any damage on it. As soon as I returned the vehicle, the same agent immediately noted scuff marks to the wing mirror, but assured me that, as I had paid for the insurance, I would not be charged. Then came the bombshell – there was a €70, or £62, admin charge to process this supposedly “new damage”. I have complained to no avail, and have since found terrible reviews of this company. Continue reading...
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For real change, Labour should ditch its top-down thinking | John Harris
Genuinely modern socialism would revolutionise Westminster and Whitehall and disperse power to local governmentNearly every Jeremy Corbyn speech these days is punctuated by the words “in our society” – a basic indication of what the Labour leader thinks politics ought to be about and the terrain on which he feels most comfortable. And so it goes with Labour’s election campaign. The party’s prospects essentially depend on whether enough people are prepared to put the tortures of Brexit to one side and concentrate on the state of our social fabric.If they are, Labour has an effective vocabulary to nail Tory failure, as evidenced by the words Corbyn used to launch his election campaign: “If you want to live in a society that works for everybody and not just the billionaires, if you want to save our hospitals, schools and public services from Tory cuts and privatisation, if you want to stop the big polluters destroying our environment, then this election is your chance to vote for it.” However bad his personal ratings, the potency of his moral kind of politics endures: on Tuesday, when he debates with Boris Johnson on ITV, it will be by far his strongest suit. Continue reading...
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InnoGames rises from humble German hobbyist roots to $1.1 billion in lifetime revenue
InnoGames started 16 years ago with a browser-based game called Tribal Wars. Now it has generated $1.1 billion in lifetime revenues.
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Belgium vs. Cyprus: Euro 2020 Qualifying Odds, Live Stream, TV Info
Belgium complete their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign on Tuesday against Cyprus at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels. Roberto Martinez's side have enjoyed a flawless campaign and have already sealed top spot in Group I...
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Germany vs. Northern Ireland: Euro 2020 Qualifying Odds, Live Stream, TV Info
Germany will try to lock up the top spot in their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying group on Tuesday, when they face Northern Ireland in their final match of 2019...
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Argentina vs. Uruguay: 2019 Friendly Odds, Time, Live Stream and TV Schedule
Argentina and Uruguay meet in an international friendly on Monday in Tel Aviv, Israel. Barcelona duo Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez will be expected to start for the respective nations at Bloomfield Stadium...
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China records third case of deadly bubonic plague
Confirmed case in autonomous region of Inner Mongolia comes after two cases in BeijingChina’s Inner Mongolia has reported a fresh, confirmed case of bubonic plague despite an earlier declaration by the country’s health officials that the risk of an outbreak was minimal.The health commission of the autonomous region said a 55-year-old man was diagnosed with the disease after he ate wild rabbit meat on 5 November. Continue reading...
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