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38 percent of Americans listen to podcasts to improve their mood

podnews

02:01 min | 9 months ago

38 percent of Americans listen to podcasts to improve their mood

"Thirty eight percent of Americans, listen to podcasts to help improve them mood that's according to new research from Deza, the music and podcasts streaming company founded. Americans are three times as likely to use podcasts to combat loneliness compared to some European countries. An update from anchor following our story yesterday that I could automatically delete your account without warning Anka. Say they do not have an algorithm that automatically deletes duplicates. Instead, the company's is a combination of automated and human detected signals to assess potential infringements and tell news podcasts always elevated to human before any action is taken. In the case, we reported on the podcast hat quote, similar contents to the lipson hosted spotify enlisting. Their return one has subscribed to Nielsen's podcast buying power service. They'll have access to podcast insights spanning eighteen genres and over one hundred and fifty individual podcast titles Bubba. The love sponge a radio personality in the US has launched the Baba Army podcast, which is to be reps by crossover. Media Group Sales Bubba calls it a guests driven podcast that's fresh current relevant, and will become a daily destination for folks who want to have a little fun. iheartradio and Sean Dylan's media announced new podcast with more on the way sean to land media's. AWARD-WINNING TV writer and producer Shonda rhines and you APPs shuffle looks interesting promising that you swipe for the top podcast highlights. Stati cast is a new simple static podcast website generator. If your idea of simple uses composer and markdown, that is now one in five creative jobs are expected to be lost during this pandemic diversity podcast greater than eleven percent is marking twenty thousand downloads. Downloads with crowdfunding efforts to raise twenty thousand pounds for small grants for those in need of support

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Have been responsible for a lot of great things for Israel on Tuesday in the oval office trump explicitly said if Jewish people vote for a Democrat they are disloyal today he changed it slightly in my opinion you vote for a Democrat you're being very disloyal to Jewish people and you're being very disloyal Israel that word disloyal is really problematic says rabbi Elissa wise with the Jewish voice for peace because it taps into the idea of dual loyalty is actually a centuries old anti semitic idea that dates back to European monarchies array of this idea that Jews are somehow disloyal to or have more loyalty said and to the outside of the state to which they live she argues it's dangerous for the president to use language like this and she says he's done it before might wanna say oh he's fumbling over his words but I don't believe that you look back in April when he was speaking to the Republican Jewish coalition he referred to bat prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel as your prime minister but I stayed with us your prime minister at the White House to read the Republican Jewish coalition is an American Jewish political it isn't an Israeli organization the coalition has back trump in this controversy over his loyalty comments but the reality is the majority of Jewish voters in America oppose trump and consistently vote democratic seventy plus percent of Jewish Americans vote democratic in every single election since exit polling began Jeremy the enemy is president of Jay street at progressive Jewish lobbying group he says what trump is doing here is less about persuading Jewish voters and more about exciting his base by highlighting divisions Israel is an issue not simply for the Jewish community it is an evangelical issue it's an issue in many red states and it is comparable as a cultural divide on things like guns abortion and other culture war issues asked about how this all relates to trump's reelection strategy the campaign released a statement from CEO Michael Glasser who pointed out that he is Jewish it didn't mention loyalty went after Democrats and highlighted the president's record on Israel Tamera Keith NPR news diplomatic drama is playing out in the Mediterranean Sea that involves an oil tanker at the center of a standoff between the US and Iran Britain detain the ship for a month off the coast of Gibraltar over claims that the Iranian crude oil on board was bound for Syria in violation of sanctions now it's on the move again and the US is warning countries not to do business with it NPR's Joanna could kisses reports from assemble the Iranian tanker called the Adrian Daria moving slowly across the Mediterranean Sea might as well have a target on its mast the US has a warrant out on the tanker claiming it's linked to Iran's revolutionary guards which Washington deems a terrorist organization secretary of state Mike Pompeii all offered this warning we've made clear anyone who touches it anyone who supports it is a risk of receiving sanction from United States the ship has set course for Greece which promises it will not help the tanker reach Syria but Greece's deputy foreign minister mills the I. these five it's your he's told a local TV network that he also does not want trouble with Iran in the Persian Gulf my solicitor FAD it's important to us that the strait of Hormuz is say is important the street is not the right ones and of course it's also important that we have really good relations with the United States which is the biggest naval power in the oil trade researcher euro spell ladies says the running tanker likely won't docket Greece for a very practical reason it's too big for Greek ports dongles going there are significantly smaller we're talking twenty to thirty thousand Tom's whereas these banker is a hundred and twenty thousand pounds so that's all would not the tanker is still days away from grace and could linger in the Mediterranean or it could head back to Ron according to senior Madani of the site Tinker trackers but the ship's crew can't steer it through the Suez Canal carrying two million barrels of crude oil and over about a million to another vessel and then give us all and it's so much scrutiny on this tanker it's not clear who would risk that transfer or where it would happen Joanna kisses NPR news is stumble you're listening to All Things Considered from.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Been responsible for a lot of great things for Israel on Tuesday in the oval office trump explicitly said if Jewish people vote for a Democrat they are disloyal today he changed it slightly in my opinion you vote for a Democrat giving very disloyal to Jewish people and you're being very disloyal Israel that word disloyal is really problematic says rabbi Elissa wise with the Jewish voice for peace because it taps into the idea of dual loyalty is actually a centuries old anti semitic idea that dates back two European monarchies array of this idea that Jews are somehow disloyal to or have more loyalty to an entity outside of the state to which they live she argues it's dangerous for the president to use language like this and she says he's done it before some might wanna say oh he's fumbling over his words but I don't believe that you look back in April when he was speaking to the Republican Jewish coalition he referred to bat prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel as your prime minister but I stayed with us your prime minister the White House to read the Republican Jewish coalition is an American Jewish political it isn't an Israeli organization the coalition has back trump in this controversy over his loyalty comments but the reality is the majority of Jewish voters in America oppose trump and consistently vote democratic seventy plus percent of Jewish Americans vote democratic in every single election since exit polling began Jeremy Ben ami is president of Jay street a progressive Jewish lobbying group he says what trump is doing here is less about persuading Jewish voters and more about exciting his base by highlighting divisions Israel is an issue not simply for the Jewish community it is an evangelical issue it's an issue in many red states and it is comparable as a cultural divide on things like guns abortion and other culture war issues asked about how this all relates to trump's reelection strategy the campaign released a statement from CEO Michael Glasser who pointed out that he is Jewish it didn't mention loyalty went after Democrats and highlighted the president's record on Israel Tamera Keith NPR news diplomatic drama is playing out in the Mediterranean Sea involves an oil tanker at the center of a standoff between the US and Iran Britain detain the ship for a month off the coast of Gibraltar over claims that the Iranian crude oil on board was bound for Syria in violation of sanctions now it's on the move again and the US is warning countries not to do business with it NPR's Joanna could kisses reports from Istanbul the Iranian tanker called the Adrian Daria moving slowly across the Mediterranean Sea might as well have a target on its mast the US has a warrant out on the tanker claiming it's linked to Iran's revolutionary guards which Washington deems a terrorist organization secretary of state Mike Pompeii all offered this warning we've made clear anyone who touches it anyone who supports it is a risk of receiving sanction from United States the ship has set course for Greece which promises it will not help the tanker reach Syria but Greece's deputy foreign minister mills the ID's but with securities told a local TV network that he also does not want trouble with Iran in the Persian Gulf my solicitor FAD it's important to us that the strait of Hormuz is safe yeah it's important this trade is not threatened and of course it's also important that we have really good relations with the United States which is the biggest naval power in the world's oil trade researcher euros by ladies since the Iranian tanker likely won't docket Greece for a very practical reason it's too big for Greek ports dongles going there are significantly smaller we're talking twenty to thirty thousand Tom's whereas stays banker is a hundred and twenty thousand pounds so the **** would not treat the tanker is still days away from Greece and could linger in the Mediterranean or it could head back to Iran according to senior Madani of the site Tinker trackers but the ship's crew can't steer it through the Suez Canal carrying two million barrels of crude oil and over about a million to another vessel and then give us all and it's so much scrutiny on this tanker it's not clear who would risk that transfer war where it would happen Joanna kisses NPR news is stumble you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news.

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Science News Briefs from Around the World

60-Second Science

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Science News Briefs from Around the World

"Hi, I'm scientific American podcast editor, Steve Mirsky. And here's the short piece from the June two thousand nineteen issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science, technology and medicine. The article is titled quick hits, and it's a rundown of some science and technology stories for round, the globe compiled by editorial contributor, Jim Daly from Canada. Archaeologists have now confirmed that Toronto service Rex skeleton found in the nineteen nineties at a fossil site in Saskatchewan is the biggest and heaviest on record at nearly forty two feet long almost twenty thousand pounds. Scotty as it's called surpassed the record set by the famous sued t Rex which was found in South Dakota in nineteen ninety from Argentina are gala GIS identified a site, where ancient humans killed and butchered giant ground sloths, mega theory, American. Madam in the pampas region in eastern Argentina, the find provides evidence that Uman's contributed to the sloths extinction from Kenya. A science teacher who won the two thousand nineteen global teacher prize announced he intends to donate, the one million dollar award to benefit society, Peter to Beechy a Franciscan friar mentors, a science club that came in, I in its category in the two thousand eighteen Kenya's science and engineering fair from the autonomous island of Anjouan in the union of the Cymru's, that's in the Indian Ocean between the east coast of Africa, and the northwest end of Madagascar geochemists at Columbia University, found a load of court site, a metamorphosed rock formed from sandstone on the island of Andrea on the island is volcanic, and had been thought to contain only Ignace rocks. And from North Korea physicists at Kimmel sung universe. City in Pyongyang have brokered a rare green to collaborate with Italy's international school for advanced studies in Trieste, the North Koreans will study, computational neuroscience with talion physicists that was quick hits by Jim Daly.

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Boxer Victor Ortiz arrested on suspicion of forcible rape

Investor's Edge

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Boxer Victor Ortiz arrested on suspicion of forcible rape

"Boxer Victor Ortiz or Victor Ortiz. That is is being charged with Ray. The thirty one year old surrendering to with authorities in Oxnard California yesterday on three felony counts, including forcible rape, charges that stemmed from an incident that reportedly happened at a southern California home back on March nineteenth or twos is also known for competing on dancing with the stars in two thousand thirteen and for some movie roles as well as as including the expendable is three and south. President Trump has a new one point five million dollar Cadillac. Limo named like its predecessor the beast. It weighs twenty thousand pounds and is designed to survive nearly every type of possible attack. It also has a fridge filled with blood of the same type as the president's. And he'll also has JAMES BOND features like being able to create a smokescreen if necessary or an oil slick to thwart any pursuit and for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes. Attention investors respected names in the financial services industry are not a value.

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Cadillac just built Donald Trump a crazy limo worth millions

Investor's Edge

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Cadillac just built Donald Trump a crazy limo worth millions

"President Trump has a new one point five million dollar Cadillac. Limo named like its predecessor the beast. It weighs twenty thousand pounds and is designed to survive nearly every type of possible attack. It also has a fridge filled with blood of the same type as the president's. And he'll also has JAMES BOND features like being able to create a smokescreen if necessary or an oil slick to thwart any pursuit

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President Trump, New York and Twenty Thousand Pounds discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump, New York and Twenty Thousand Pounds discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"President Trump is writing around New York and a new one point five million dollar Cadillac. Limo nicknamed like its predecessor the beast weighs twenty thousand pounds, and is designed to survive nearly every type of possible attack

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"So we're obviously not testing an an ascent abort on the space launch system, right? There's there's a different vehicle that we're going to be actually testing it on. That's correct. So what is it? So we're actually sitting on top of a decommissioned peacekeeper missile corps that's been used for other spaceflights as well. So that's the booster that we're using. It's available at a lower cost to the agency. So that's a a prime option for us to use, provides sufficient thrust sufficient acceleration as a matter of fact, because it's so much smaller than the space launch system, right. The the SOS sitting on the pad is very heavy as right. It can produce a lot of thrust, but it takes a while for it to celebrate and really get up to speed because it's so heavy. Well, with this booster, I it's much lighter much smaller and so we actually have to add back. Ballast to slow it down so we can get to test conditions similar to what the SOS would see with an Orion onboard. It's a matter of fact we have to add over one hundred and twenty thousand pounds of ballast ballast is extra extra extra weight. So even with that same amount of thrust, it's not gonna go as fast because you need to simulate tests condition, correct? Okay. So it's still even with a smaller vehicle even with its is really the forces that you're trying to understand our is, I guess this acceleration, you know, and the pressure, the dynamic pressure against the vehicle. So we absolutely want understand aerodynamic pressures, we have a lot of microphones that are on the vehicle to understand sound pressure. The when the abort motor goes off, the acoustic environment is largely what what causes the vibration environment than Jenny was talking about earlier. So we actually want to measure that both dynamically as well as staff. Doc pressures using regular pressure sensors. We have a lot of accelerometers. We have calorimeters, so we understand thermal. We have regular temperature sensors, lots of different types of sensors that are on the vehicle to help us understand all of those different environments that play a role in how the vehicle operates. So, okay, let's let's let's kind of go back to the initial planning for specifically this test sent a sense aboard to now it's called the central board to we've done a pad abort. Right? I think that was paddleboard one if I'm not so wh. What about ascent abort? One was was that part of the journey. So they laid out a manifest for flight tests even just like they would lay out a manifest for shuttle flights and then ended up picking this one as the condition. So each of the us and abort tests that they define how to certain condition under which they would abort. And when it came down to it, they decided that the conditions they had defined associated with two were the ones that they wanted to put the money on. Okay. So it has to do with actual tests that have happened, but the planning for what do I want to test to looks good? Let's go to. That's okay. So so when two was picked now we start developing hardware. You know what? What has happened up to this point to to get to now ascent abort to the the hardwares here. What has happened so far. Great question. So early on several years ago when Pat abort one was executed back in two thousand ten. There was actually already progress on a crew module on a capsule for ascent abort one at that point in time before the decision was made that we didn't need to do that one in wanted to move to just a a to that created a structure, a frame. That's what we are using actually in this test. So we had to modify it because the Orion design modified from that point. But we are meeting the outer mold line, which means the shape of the Orion capsule as well as it's overall mass. It's wait and then at center of gravity, so where it rotates around. So we're, we're, those are the three parameters that we created that command module crew models keeps me to meet, but that's the structure side of it. That was the only piece that had anything started before we, the decision was made about three and a half years ago to execute this. This test. At that point in time, we started with the the initial concept development and then initial design of the entire avionics suite..

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"So we're obviously not testing an an ascent abort on the space launch system, right? There's there's a different vehicle that we're going to be actually testing it on. That's correct. So what is it? So we're actually sitting on top of a decommissioned peacekeeper missile corps that's been used for other spaceflights as well. So that's the booster that we're using. It's available at a lower cost to the agency. So that's a a prime option for us to use, provides sufficient thrust sufficient acceleration as a matter of fact, because it's so much smaller than the space launch system, right. The the SOS sitting on the pad is very heavy as right. It can produce a lot of thrust, but it takes a while for it to celebrate and really get up to speed because it's so heavy. Well, with this booster, I it's much lighter much smaller and so we actually have to add back. Ballast to slow it down so we can get to test conditions similar to what the SOS would see with an Orion onboard. It's a matter of fact we have to add over one hundred and twenty thousand pounds of ballast ballast is extra extra extra weight. So even with that same amount of thrust, it's not gonna go as fast because you need to simulate tests condition, correct? Okay. So it's still even with a smaller vehicle even with its is really the forces that you're trying to understand our is, I guess this acceleration, you know, and the pressure, the dynamic pressure against the vehicle. So we absolutely want understand aerodynamic pressures, we have a lot of microphones that are on the vehicle to understand sound pressure. The when the abort motor goes off, the acoustic environment is largely what what causes the vibration environment than Jenny was talking about earlier. So we actually want to measure that both dynamically as well as staff. Doc pressures using regular pressure sensors. We have a lot of accelerometers. We have calorimeters, so we understand thermal. We have regular temperature sensors, lots of different types of sensors that are on the vehicle to help us understand all of those different environments that play a role in how the vehicle operates. So, okay, let's let's let's kind of go back to the initial planning for specifically this test sent a sense aboard to now it's called the central board to we've done a pad abort. Right? I think that was paddleboard one if I'm not so wh. What about ascent abort? One was was that part of the journey. So they laid out a manifest for flight tests even just like they would lay out a manifest for shuttle flights and then ended up picking this one as the condition. So each of the us and abort tests that they define how to certain condition under which they would abort. And when it came down to it, they decided that the conditions they had defined associated with two were the ones that they wanted to put the money on. Okay. So it has to do with actual tests that have happened, but the planning for what do I want to test to looks good? Let's go to. That's okay. So so when two was picked now we start developing hardware. You know what? What has happened up to this point to to get to now ascent abort to the the hardwares here. What has happened so far. Great question. So early on several years ago when Pat abort one was executed back in two thousand ten. There was actually already progress on a crew module on a capsule for ascent abort one at that point in time before the decision was made that we didn't need to do that one in wanted to move to just a a to that created a structure, a frame. That's what we are using actually in this test. So we had to modify it because the Orion design modified from that point. But we are meeting the outer mold line, which means the shape of the Orion capsule as well as it's overall mass. It's wait and then at center of gravity, so where it rotates around. So we're, we're, those are the three parameters that we created that command module crew models keeps me to meet, but that's the structure side of it. That was the only piece that had anything started before we, the decision was made about three and a half years ago to execute this. This test. At that point in time, we started with the the initial concept development and then initial design of the entire avionics suite..

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

"Helping me Vroom Vroom lots of Ben Perry, brave bans. I'm ben. Has given us a photo of him DJ. I one of these charity events drop the beat DJ, Benny, and he's behind that. How cool is that? Jay by knees. Nine nine. Do you know what I'm going to donate to Ben you? Yeah, nice one band. That is brilliant. So yeah, if anyone sees hoping Ben is brave Benz goal. Now I want more hours and more details from on the deal is dad's truck with him. So he's raised about twenty thousand twenty thousand pounds in phenomenal bed. Absolutely. So yeah, Ben's dad. Yes, he will let him go writing in a fast sports coffee. We need. No. What? But what's that? What does he get right? What does he get in here? Because it seemingly Benz doing all the hard work and just if you got the twenty five. Yeah, you got an if I sports go. What like round the track token? Well, right does he gets go himself? I'm sure. I'm sure he will. Can you drive. This use that field so with? Yeah. Twenty five. Quick give us. Yeah. Give some more details, but that's pretty, I mean, to raise twenty thousand pounds and the money guys. So this is basically for brave Benz goal. What did you do with the money on it said, so I guess it's, it's just found to here. Yeah, he's by sports as by throws. Now, let's go into all day hospital. Yeah. Okay, absolutely. Great. Nice one, Ben. Thank you very much. Well, let's see what we can do listeners. We can. We raise five thousand pound full Ben that all set any help. If you go to the just giving and search brave, bans goal goal. All right. Well, they go if you wanna give twenty Craig. How about that or five pound yet, whether you can afford, isn't it just giving. Brave, bans gold yet. No space is given to quit. Baton. Have you going super fast cars..

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Money Box

Money Box

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Money Box

"To start to rebuild that trust second of all we by putting our prices on our website we never have to have a conversation about fees people understand what we do just by looking at that page i think the the problem we have with the lack of trust now industries that people come to financial advisers when the desperate which means they either take a recommendation from a friend the first one they get they might take a leaflet from outside of the factory gates like forty happened import hct all they go online and they just pick the person closest to them now denison i working completely different markets and as he's just said we therefore specialize in doing different things but at the moment all of dennis's friends will be referred to dennis all of my friends will be referred to me and that's not necessarily the outcome for anybody but if you if you were dennis or at least if you had his clients have you concentrated on the welfare end of the market the half million and above say would you then still put your prices on their you'd still say well we might be more but you still say it will cost you i would have an and i would get this advice to anybody who does deal in that market put your alley right on there and give some case studies with prices in that scenario to at least give people ballpark they can work with isn't isn't the problem dennis if you if you don't tell people and sometimes advisable ceo charge in pitcher we talked about lesbian mentioned poor tolbert and people trying to get them to cash in the pension schemes and they will charge maybe three percent of the whole lot and they don't you find out very late on this was tens of thousands of pounds isn't it better to put something on there so people know way or coming from i wouldn't disagree with that paul and it's not as though personally i haven't tried this but quite some time ago i think how those disclosed and the extent to which you described the service it's got to be carefully done we probably went to a little bit like a bull in china shop by putting our fees on one point and we found you know no disagree with leslie here that actually sometimes that one point having fi conversation very early on became a barrier because they want you to know what that charges in what they were getting and you said but hang on a moment i am not able to describe the value that i'm going to be at to you on that i'm going to add to your life but i would say i don't even have that conversation with anybody when they're on the phone their expectations are already set and i don't have to explain anything they know pretty much what that what i'm going to charge them in advance and it's just about the logistics after that it's interesting to the hugh tried it and you've turned it down in a word why because we we found our inquiries were getting lower and for some people we were spending quite a long time having a discussion about fee rather than a discussion about how we might be able to help them let's say one word literally well disclosure i'm tired transparency trust we put it out let three good thanks very much now just before we go back again we're getting on mondays with this week tony last week we reported on plan legal action by graduates against outsourcing companies after some of them with training costs up to twenty thousand pounds you got an update yes paul so capita did confirms was last week that it will now be dropping its training charges on its novus scheme so definitely good news for future graduates but there was a question mark over existing people on that scheme whether they would be liable for these charges which normally apply if you leave within two years of starting work when download that in a letter to those affected capita say there will be no longer seeking to enforce any existing training fee repayment clauses so good news for existing graduates on that scheme to know nasty training bills for them very good news tony thanks and that is it for today there's more information on the.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"Alternatives to going to family court three things like family mediation and online dispute resolution and what other changes you think need to be made to the laws which affect our relationships because there's an issue isn't there about civil partnerships for heterosexual couples i mean i'd like to see a quality that heterosexual couples can't take up civil partnerships infamy it's almost like you have some kind of hierarchy if you want the most rights get married but if you want some rise civil partnership can fill that opportunity but also said the kind of european motorway you'll cohabiting with somebody after a period of two years being able to register that relationship so i agree with each we shouldn't justice impose these rights responsibilities onto people people have to opt in to them but there are alternatives and again every big challenge in our country today is that the cost of where we have to talk about that the average cost of the wedding is getting onto twenty thousand pounds and we live in difficult market where do you save your deposit or do you pay off your student or you pay your people who don't necessarily want to get married to head for sexual couples at the moment they have no rights that right correct that's right if they're resigned to a common nor marriage isn't true you know the rights you may have as if you have children involved bs if you if you're with your partner and your houses in your one and one of them dies or what we split up there's no right not unless there's a will in place there you know you don't get the right so you get seem three marriage say tend to have access to her people's pension their property marriage gives you vague to do that but if you're not married then there's no such thing as comino marriage with an english more chris why do you think is so seem so obvious to me.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Yeah that was video interesting i was in this job in foreign exchange company and i'd just bright idea that why don't we actually take this whole thing online and like most other entrepreneurs i was just very excited and i quit my job and then i realized that i've got no money in the bank account and my visa was going to run out in six months so i prepared a little presentation to a bank to us for ten thousand pound loan to start the business and the answer was no veasley so declined to give me any loan two days later i went back to the same bank and i said you're right i should not start my own business i'll continue in my job but i'm thinking of buying a car so they lent me twenty thousand pounds to buy the car and of course i never bought the car because i didn't even had driving license at the time but we became one of the festival in companies in the country and and is fantastic suggest for the records repair all that loan back with interest and i do not recommend anybody using that method of finance for the business because it's quite expensive imagine and thankfully we what lot more revenues now have four financing the business and but it's amazing and and that speaks i think a lot to your onto neuro background you know you find a way to make something happen and when you see that unity i think that's fantastic origin story i guess false forwarding today tell us a little bit more about the the deputy mab sort of roll really sort of involves on a daytoday basis what is it you do in this beautiful building.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Like the crocodile team the lions fighting the water buffalo that was it yeah a big three way animals think up i have is yeah they like this thing and splashed into the war and then trying to eat in crocodile comes up out of the worst fighting over mental the parents come back and kick them it's like being an animal must be so tired you're always trying to either eat or not beating my dog the best thing that he would not out what the dogs pets have easy like the royal family of the animal basically on the laurie they did that was a time animals evolving stuff everything's finey in that was a time where the first animal was able to go and that was the most successful edible i think the war in that animal was a human it was us i think i have resentment of my dog yeah a situation that hasn't even come up yet a knife perfect if the dog which is a duck by the way the dog if someone goes oh we the dog's not well it needs twenty thousand pounds milwaukee's gonna look a man i'm gonna guy yes all right now yeah that's that's the ca change height it annoyed that that's going to happen cathedra dog at that point we can enough a one for like pounds you should look at the dog off to that point clinton has been fixed more obvious tunis and then look at gap where tv isn't like a big night.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Accepting donations totalling eight hundred twenty thousand pounds from russianborn become british citizens to the tory party now nothing illegal no question oh of anything a outside the law happening put should the conservative party be accepting donations it of this fall for an carly legal written of course pressured and memory may be making a creeping bateman or russian somehow it is wrong to two two accepts this from people who become naturalized bridge from any party and uh but uh you know if if it turns out that they all uh unsavory characters funding and of course the question stay on sit but there's no evidence of that rich opinion tory mp as members into the commons intelligence and security select committee mitch appreciate time if you bring him i guess christian woman transport expert labor actress and pull scotty conserves mp southern achieve christian and we've been talking all this morning a about so this issue the russian spies we came to get this uh we're can get this announcement from patrise a today they oversee there the government's been very careful about not speaking out not pointing the finger without guessing all the evidence their first but it sounds like this going to be the announcement what the evidence is pointing the finger at the kremlin but all say what they retaliate remeasured should be yes on i think is very little that she's actually good to announce that we goods do if it is proved that it's russia there's a limited number of things she could do but she won't want to really jeopardize longterm relationship so let's closed down the embassy if we really serious about this because you're this is so shocking so terrible that really there's nothing short without we should actually suspend diplomatic relations keeping you saved says shocking i urge you people see i i'm not sure oh oh the fatemi teaching him a mailman of audit a ena and and it's nother assassination attempt on british soil using a toxic agent could have killed in anymore a for i don't know exactly it doesn't shortly we all this is that this is the trouble with leaders we've got now around the world like donald trump he's tweets don't show we annual what what what putin that doesn't show me anymore this this is.

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More People Are Getting Sick As The Salmonella Outbreak From Chicken Salad Widens

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:10 min | 3 years ago

More People Are Getting Sick As The Salmonella Outbreak From Chicken Salad Widens

"Mostly sunny weekend ahead with highs in the mid 50s to about 60 fifty four degrees right now zia big recall of the popular ready to eat salad iowa based triple t speciality meats is recalling more than twenty thousand pounds of radi to eat chicken saleh that may be contaminated with salmonella the product was produced between january second and february seven that was shipped to fairway grocery stores in iowa illinois minnesota nebraska and south dakota salmonellosis is one of the most common bacterial foodborne illnesses and even though most people do recover some require hospitalization and in rare cases it can be fatal daria albinger abc news sign for life beat you're dealing with chronic pain maybe you're back or knees and the doctor keeps prescribing percocet or other opioid narcotics but are they really helping pain managment specialists dr robert bullish cites a study from the journal of the american medical association shows that opioids may not be the only key to the relief of persistent pain very strong pain medications from the family were equal ineffectiveness to those things that we can utilize just off the shelf in our pharmacy like the antiinflammatory medicines or acetaminophen tight medicines.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on U Talkin' U2 To Me?

U Talkin' U2 To Me?

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on U Talkin' U2 To Me?

"Lawyer his name was fed dredge try and then we add a a base guitar player his name was atomatic twenty thousand pounds right run in the drummer as you know was larry mullen seniors a son the the fourth member of the group is named but no boasted he was the singer he was the lead singer other people will do backup vocals of judgment he's the one that was singing the lead vocals ah okay got it got it unlocked locked in now okay i'm a chick safety off buddy safety off uh point now we've only talked about three people and all i know a lot of you are saying like that's that's probably it yup that's a ban right there yeah he is isn't that the store northern white stripes right right but no there actually is one more person and the this guy's hard too hard to spot sometimes aha because he's sitting behind a lot of rain yell lot in a lotta he's like is sometimes you're like oh is he sitting behind a bunch of crates or boxes ray i know that i saw a picture of them to there was like what are those round boxes like i can barely this like what's he holed a are these hats ray were why why is he is striking hat boxes with ray with his long njit finger yeah and in huge fingers with pencils yeah it's confused didn't understand what was going very very confusing so i adam don't think less of yourself because when you just look at a picture like that it's very confusing sometimes you need to see several pictures sometimes you just need someone to explain it to you i thought there was only one picture that we could look at and so i was just looking at that like what the fuck is they're actually and this is interesting there are actually twelve pictures of this band i've only iin though there were eleven mortars eleven more pigs i got all i'm gonna show you the other eleven because he's got to see these thank you he plays what i call a but i'm a music fan i calmed the drums.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Veteran i am but who knows i suspect maybe that's that's probably not true but i feel is also holes in the data i now i think it's really quite worrying him at forty one percent of people are potentially very precarious in their finances and i don't think they probably have huge houses and twenty thousand pounds in a highperforming stock accountants daddy now i think it's a bit of assad state and there's been a big push by the fda recently around vulnerable customers because i think that's what we're talking about is people who are doing okay but a big shock in some respects is going to send them over the edge and then the question becomes so we know what's do about that because while you might say well it's about financial the truth city hey we've got googling youtube if you really wanted to be literate you could go out and find videos and information about that but i don't think people do like people don't care i don't think it's just about literacy though to certain degree as in understanding why apr is i think it's the fact that the fun at you so this all the time the the financial services industry is fundamentally a a set of bear traps to catch you out and and that's the problem with that is that most of their alike i'm won't burien hit so capital web with where i'm going with this one but like literally eats it's an exercise in punitive challenges around things that people fundamentally needs used to exist so i think banking is because it's not a something that should be a privilege it's like a human right now to be able to act on these nobody saying we don't want banks to make money but i do think that the business model itself was a conduct risk completely and because the business model of round fees is there to support ageing infrastructure it's the ageing infrastructure itself that creates that conduct risk a great financial literacy at all is it a fat that this.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on The Property Podcast

The Property Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on The Property Podcast

"Can be prime with this new mortgage interest change is going to be about twenty thousand pounds but if you transfer the proposition emcee company you're gonna pay caps gains textile thirty thousand pounds you're gonna say well we not going to do that but there is a way around capital gains tax and it's quite interested is coating corporation relief essentially it gives it gets rid completely of capital gains tax now the one thing you've got to do you've got demonstrate to asia marcy that you are a property investment business not just one personal to people buying a bunch of property that may sound that the same thing but there is a big difference cooperation relief is only open to businesses not individual investors so if we can demonstrate that you are a property investment business news a few ways that we can do this then we can actually say we were going to climbing cooperation relief and gave it a capital gains tax now it is a very very gray area certainly the clients that we all work on to try and timing coopration relief we are essentially sort of selling the case reach him off say in some cases sometime this very very easy to prove in there is an but we with clients that we do we are assessing whether or not is worth guide for we are actually getting preclearance rates rossi which is great because basically we're all in the case and see if they agree with this if they agree with this they brilliant we get rid of capital gains tax altogether but if they don't agree with us whether with stuff than we've got this big capital gains tax bill which may then mean that said don't go for it so even if we can get round capital gains tax who still got one more hurdle and that is stamp duty now i said before setting a property trying to transfer the property is like selling their property so on the individual invest and you're gonna have a capital gain unless you get round it now for the limited company effectively barring the properties you'll.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Money Box

Money Box

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on Money Box

"This is the bbc welcome to the download of money box life the program about your money today it's all about banks and whether they do enough to protect the vulnerable customers from scams and foods good afternoon many things may make people more vulnerable to afford and scams among them illness disability even age and infirmity and once we lose all or even some of our ability to manage our and financial affairs we are more susceptible to foodstuffs and scammers the financial services industry coup such people vulnerable and banks and building societies have special protocols for helping them keep their money safe but who exactly decides who is vulnerable and who isn't what do banks and other financial organizations do to protect vulnerable customers have the protections being adapted to online banking and can more be done well in today's program will be hearing for money box listener jesse she has multiple sclerosis which can leave her confused with memory problems and she was scammed out of twenty thousand pounds recently and her bank despite knowing she is a vulnerable adult is refusing to give her the money back we'll do you worry a relative of yours may be in a similar situation has his or her bank being helpful in trying to protect your relative we want to hear you'll stories you were experiences and ideas to make protection stronger so please cool over three seven hundred one hundred four four four standard geographic charges from landmines and my balls will apply or email moneybox bbc co uk old joining me from at kent studio is chris fitch vulnerability lead at the money advice service new help train frontline staff to deal with vulnerable customers yes chris and welcome yes things are much as the.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To leave tony hughes has been a long haul truck driver for more than twenty years but today all he has to do is sit back and relax okay but it on we are calling twenty thousand pounds of rates down the florida turnpike in a selfdriving robotic truck it's been retrofitted with a selfdriving kit made by starsky robotics robotics people are worried about it and i'm here to tell you first and foremost some people lowerskilled workers yeah you may have to worry about some stuff that's coming why you gotta make yourself better so you got to make yourself better all the tax dollars disappearing and just like everything else in california we love a fia we love attacks tax because we've got to pay for all the stuff because if wave many in this way too many have nuts so we gotta go get the money for the haves and if the have started to get rid of the have nots by by using robots opportunity it's the same thing things will change that you can count on but it doesn't mean things are going to go away too many people are worried that everything is going to disappear in the world of robotics once our trucks and taxis drive themselves what will happen to the people who use to do those jobs in the us that's one hundred eighty thousand taxi drivers six hundred thousand uber drivers in three and a half million truck drivers yeah they'll get other jobs other opportunities will come hooper's business model the entire time has been driverless cars and to show you the importance of what we were and lift are doing and the kind of political cache they have that congress one of the first things are dealing with is getting legislation together in the short term to get more and more some ten thousand driverless cars out there because they understand the importance of it and where we're going amazon's done the same kind of thing amazon is testing its first amazon go grocery store in seattle the company says shoppers there will soon be able to walk into the store take what they want and walk out again without ever encountering an employee sensors will detect what you take and bill you automatically boom that's happening kids already what do you think they bought whole foods.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Also sending two chinook helicopters prayer for over twenty thousand pounds going areas were you simply can't get your trucks or other kinds of vehicles under the flooding conditions are fair of there right now and national guard spokes men colonel greg hapgood the soldiers that are going are from johnston boone and davenport they'll be moving supplies equipment and people crews from the animal rescue league of i will continue their efforts in texas helping rescuers find stranded pets and staffers are also helping load animals which had been sheltered before hurricane harvey to other states to free up space for animals displaced by harvey the storm water discharge from two big texas gulf coast reservoirs may continue for another week or two at meantime president donald trump says the white house is still putting together an emergency disaster aid request for congress orchid on the verge of it who are doing everything we can work very well with a governor who's done a terrific job promised during a photo op today from the white house of the president referenced texas governor greg abbott at during that event today he did not dead mention a dollar figure though as texas recover tries to recover from the monster storm a decision is expected possibly today about the daca program president trump is considering whether to allow the obama era deferred action for childhood arrivals program two laps he says he may announce a decision as early as today get breaking news and severe weather on facebook click like on the who radio facebook page who radio news time 402 traffic weather and simon conway coming out one more day until kickoff this is.

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"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"twenty thousand pounds" Discussed on WDRC

"Giving people that tax incentive to take low paid parttime told has made a huge difference and you can't do it as a rightofcenter osce and retain your opinion polish daniel do you find though in the numbers are and in numbers only say so much but do you find in the numbers that that that woman or that man who takes the parttime job is his making less than ten thousand when the point comes workeremployer says gosh i could use you fulltime but i'm going to bump your paycheck up from ten to fifteen or twenty twenty thousand pounds that at that point that person a does make that leap and says all right i'm going to leave welfare behind and i'll become self efficient is his that kind of transition and had quoted happened on and thorough the also to benefit put the children of the metal woman a growing up in a household whereas normal to work which was not the case of a great to play under the previous labor government we had a lot of work with household and we had prompted the compe we will work with a lifestyle choice they will into it wasn't a normal obligation and that really has been i mean the the the the old in unemployment rate since the government ecopa have been almost miraculous in the office drop in unemployment we've had there are now more people working in the uk than ever before in our history and i eight eight to it it's one of those really gratifying things loved when you're in politics than you see a theory working exactly the way it's supposed to you you you tweak the intend to the little bit reduced the welfare payment a little bit you to increase the tax incentive and people risk on it and and it it it they they've not so much did the saving money i mean if they've had a little bit of money with a little bit let out in in the but think o how that impact is being felt in people's lives and people communities that in a even jfk who had the best social program is a is a secure mean that the w the route out of poverty in every country hit cult to be could work plumbing i ask.

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