‘Cancel Brexit’ petition passes 1m signatures on Parliament site
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‘Cancel Brexit’ petition passes 1m signatures on Parliament site

A petition calling for Theresa May to cancel Brexit by revoking Article 50 has passed a million signatures. Parliament’s petitions committee tweeted that the rate of signatures was “the highest the site has ever had to deal…

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Democrat Gillibrand to deliver 2020 White House launch speech outside NY Trump hotel
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Democrat Gillibrand to deliver 2020 White House launch speech outside NY Trump hotel

(Reuters) - Democratic U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will deliver a fiery first speech as an official presidential candidate in New York City on Sunday, calling U.S. President Donald Trump a “coward” at the doorstep of…

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Brexit: Hammond says campaign for second referendum is ‘perfectly coherent’ and ‘deserves to be considered’
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Brexit: Hammond says campaign for second referendum is ‘perfectly coherent’ and ‘deserves to be considered’

A fresh Brexit referendum deserves to be considered, Philip Hammond has said, becoming the first cabinet minister to agree its supporters have a case. The chancellor described a second public vote as a perfectly coherent…

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Norway cruise ship passengers airlifted to safety on helicopters in ‘frightening’ ordeal
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Norway cruise ship passengers airlifted to safety on helicopters in ‘frightening’ ordeal

The first passengers evacuated from a cruise ship off the coast of Norway have spoken about the frightening moments they were airlifted onto helicopters after the vessels engines failed in stormy weather. The Viking Sky,…

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CHARLOTTE GILL attends People’s Vote march along with EU-sual suspects
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CHARLOTTE GILL attends People’s Vote march along with EU-sual suspects

CHARLOTTE GILL attends the People's Vote march along with the EU-sual suspects armed with placards and Waitrose picnicsBy Charlotte Gill for the Daily Mail Published: 23:18, 23 March 2019 | Updated: 09:50, 24 March 2019…

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Dr Mark Prince OBE on talkSPORT: His grief after his son Kiyan’s murder, why the knife crime epidemic is w
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Dr Mark Prince OBE on talkSPORT: His grief after his son Kiyan’s murder, why the knife crime epidemic is w

Mark Prince’s life has been full of ups and downs. Prince, 50, left a life of violence and drugs to become a successful boxer and the best father he could be to his children. 7…

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Miami Open: Serena Williams withdraws, Naomi Osaka knocked out, Petra Kvitova wins
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Miami Open: Serena Williams withdraws, Naomi Osaka knocked out, Petra Kvitova wins

Serena Williams won her first Miami Open in 2002Eight-time champion Serena Williams has withdrawn from the Miami Open because of a knee injury.American Williams reached the third round on Friday by beating Sweden's Rebecca Peterson,…

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Almost 400 people winched from stricken cruise liner off Norway
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Almost 400 people winched from stricken cruise liner off Norway

OSLO (Reuters) - Rescue services had airlifted 397 people to safety from a luxury cruise liner with engine trouble off the coast of Norway by Sunday morning and were preparing to tow the vessel to…

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From The Comedy of Errors to Us: What the doppelganger has meant to storytellers through the years
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From The Comedy of Errors to Us: What the doppelganger has meant to storytellers through the years

We have met the enemy, and they are us. OrUs, to cite the title of Jordan Peeles latest horror movie, in which Lupita Nyongo and her family are stalked by their own doppelgangers. As one…

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Algerians take to streets in protest against cuts and ailing, ‘out of touch’ president
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Algerians take to streets in protest against cuts and ailing, ‘out of touch’ president

Life in the Algerian coastal city of Annaba grows harder by the year, with government austerity measures squeezing public services, such as healthcare and education, to make up for a collapse in oil and gas…

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valeriansaliou/sonic
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valeriansaliou/sonic

Sonic Sonic is a fast, lightweight and schema-less search backend. It ingests search texts and identifier tuples, that can then be queried against in microseconds time. Sonic can be used as a simple alternative to…

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Predibly
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Predibly

Facebook , telegram, twitter crypto coin will be the next best innovation for the companies towards bringing the world towards one payments method. 11 months 1 week from now

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What Is the World to Do About Gene-Editing?
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What Is the World to Do About Gene-Editing?

VCG/VCG via Getty ImagesGene-editing researcher He Jiankui with staff at the Direct Genomics Laboratory, Shenzhen, China, August 4, 2016 When the journal Science chose the radical gene-editing technology CRISPR as its 2015 breakthrough of the year,…

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summary_large_image

We should all be automating our image compression. Image optimization should be automated. Its easy to forget, best practices change, and content that doesnt go through a build pipeline can easily slip. To automate: Use…

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Dell Autism Hiring Program
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Uber and Lyft IPO Valuations at Risk After Drivers’ Wage Backlash
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Uber and Lyft IPO Valuations at Risk After Drivers’ Wage Backlash

Lyft is beating Uber in the race to go public. | Source: REUTERS/Chris Helgren/File PhotoUber and Lyft IPO Valuations at Risk After Drivers’ Wage Backlash Francois Auré 24/03/2019 News, Op-ed, U.S. Market News TweetShareUber and…

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How we manage plans & features in our SaaS app
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How we manage plans & features in our SaaS app

How do you deal with what a user can do on their account in a SaaS app? Can Jane on the "Starter" plan create another widget when she is near the limit of her plan?…

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