However, many have slammed the target as lacking ambition in providing Blighty with a globally competitive digital infrastructure.Speaking a breakfast briefing at the Salesforce World Tour event in London, Vaizey said the target was already twice as high as the universal service obligation for the rest of Europe."We will keep under review, we do not want to leave people on 10Mbps in 10 years' time when they might need 100Mbps," he said.He also said plans to overhaul the electronic communications code to give mobile networks new rights to access land and deploy mobile phone masts represented an "exciting" opportunity to build infrastructure.It is hoped that such a move will remove some of the planning objections which have previously slowed 4G rollout, such as the government's embarrassing mobile infrastructure project which fell substantially short of its target to bring mobile coverage to 60,000 homes in "not spots" by erecting masts.On the subject of the controversial Investigatory Powers Bill, the minister said: "Clearly we have had this debate in terms of encryption and security for a while.
CDC staff show two plates growing bacteria in the presence of discs containing various antibiotics.The isolate on the left plate is susceptible to the antibiotics on the discs and is therefore unable to grow around the discs.In an ominous description, the report suggests that by 2050, antimicrobial-resistant infections could sop up $100 trillion from the global economy while killing off 10 million people per year—about a death every three seconds.The report only accounts for a handful of types of antimicrobial infections, and it is limited by poor infection records.Still, the projections were just a first step in the much larger comprehensive report on the state of antimicrobial resistance and its threat to human health and the global economy.The steps focus on curbing current use of antibiotics and antimicrobials, incentivizing the development of new drugs, and informing the public via coordinated global campaigns.
The economy The EU could bring to remain Britain's population of 5.23 million by 2030, claims the British EU the difference between a profitable Vote Leave campaign. According to the British health care system would be number of people due to too hard. Calculation is based on the fact that the EU in 2020, accompanied by five new states and Britain's support system continues to withdraw its new intra-EU migrants attracted to. Campaign According to calculations by other EU countries 170 000 to 430 000 people, so that by 2030 the population had grown from 2.58 to 5.23 million people passed on to Britain each year. Also, the UK Statistics Authority forecast that Britain's population is growing as a result of immigration, all a little less than three million by the year 2029 at the latest. British Prime Minister David Cameron that it takes dozens of years before Turkey joins the EU, and the acceptance of Albania, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro have an exact timetable.
During my undergraduate degree in Human Anatomy, I found the brain and it was my first love!I became particularly interested in how our brain cells communicate to make us who we are and how we lose these functions in brain diseases.With support from both the University of Sussex's Neuroscience Centre and the Sussex Genome Damage and Stability Centre, using cell models, my project, has employed a wide range of cell and molecular biology techniques to identify how amyloid beta and Tau may interact to prevent brain cells from functioning in a healthy manner.These findings recapitulate what happens in the different stages of the disease, indeed confirming the relevance of our findings.As a scientist, I cannot express how exciting it is to think about a problem in the laboratory, design experiments, and seek and find answers to these problems, in ways that are relevant to finding an end to the tyranny of diseases like Alzheimer's.As the most common cause of dementia, causing severe emotional, economic and healthcare burden, David Cameron has pledged more support for research into the disease and hopes for a cure by 2025.
Utah Senator Todd Weiler has proposed a bill to rid the state of porn by adding Internet filters and anti-porn software on all cell phones and requiring citizens to opt-in before viewing porn online.However, it looks like England s Internet porn laws have backfired, with some programs blocking rape crisis centers, sex-ed sites for children and sites actually offering help to people with a porn addiction.The Chinese government has poured hundreds of millions of dollars into censorship and have failed at restricting what their people can see.The state also seems hyper-focused on pornography, compared to other states, with advertisements and groups taking up arms against porn.Billboards offering help and counseling to those with a porn addiction line the major metro areas along the freeway from Ogden to Provo.Kids will find things you don t want them to — both online and off.
We are going all out for shale, the UK Prime Minister David Cameron declared in 2014.Intense local opposition to fracking for shale gas meant progress had been slow.A 2013 report for the UK government concluded that fracking in the UK would increase global emissions by increasing the total amount of fossil fuels burned.The UK is already set to miss its own targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions.For one thing, the country s geology may mean it isn t profitable, Paul Ekins of University College London has pointed out.Wells in the US produce highly profitable liquid products as well as gas, whereas in the UK wells are likely to produce only gas.
PM David Cameron has hired reality TV celebrity Baron Shugs of the BBC* as enterprise tsar, the government confirmed today.The hairy walnut founded Viglen and Amstrad, but now seems to concentrate on bricks and mortar investments, that and telling deluded, wannabe entrepreneurs on Beeb show The Apprentice their ideas are rubbish en route to firing them.Off-screen the man will, presumably, adopt a more touchy feely approach to champion getting more youngsters to start up businesses or become apprentices.But not enough of our young people know about apprenticeships and what they offer, and too few feel empowered to set up their own business, he added.The aim is to help the government deliver three million apprenticeships in England by 2020.He was made a business tsar by Labour after claiming the party supported true enterprise , and signing up to Tony Blair s vision of a utopia in 1997.
But in a speech on May 9 outlining why the UK would be more secure if it remained in the EU, the prime minister, David Cameron, said suggestions of an EU army were fanciful and that the UK would veto any suggestion of it.As Cameron pointed out, there is a significant gap between the rhetoric and reality of the establishment of a fully functional European army.This is not just due to some limited understanding of the concept of sovereignty.This is party through the European countries in NATO but also through the Eurocorps, an intergovernmental military corps of about 1,000 soldiers based on the Franco-German Brigade in Alsace, France.A true EU global strategy remains a chimera.EU battlegroups – units of troops ready to deploy at short notice – have existed conceptually since 2007 but they have yet to be deployed in any of the EU s 37 missions and a permanent EU operational headquarters remains blocked by member states.
But in a speech on May 9 outlining why the UK would be more secure if it remained in the EU, the prime minister, David Cameron, said suggestions of an EU army were fanciful and that the UK would veto any suggestion of it.As Cameron pointed out, there is a significant gap between the rhetoric and reality of the establishment of a fully functional European army.This is not just due to some limited understanding of the concept of sovereignty.This is party through the European countries in NATO but also through the Eurocorps, an intergovernmental military corps of about 1,000 soldiers based on the Franco-German Brigade in Alsace, France.A true EU global strategy remains a chimera.EU battlegroups – units of troops ready to deploy at short notice – have existed conceptually since 2007 but they have yet to be deployed in any of the EU s 37 missions and a permanent EU operational headquarters remains blocked by member states.
Tech City UK, a taxpayer-funded quango tasked with promoting the UK tech sector, spent £452,446 on communications in two years, according to Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey.The agency, launched in 2010 by Prime Minister David Cameron, has received £10,823,000 from The Department of Culture, Media and Sport since 2014.The figures were released following a written question from Labour MP David Lammy to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on Parliament.uk.Lammy asked Vaizey how much Tech City UK has spent on communications during the last three years.He also asked about the agency s total operations budget over the same time frame.Vaizey's response, which can be read in full below, showed that Tech City spent:£2,500,000 in 2014-15£4,223,000 in 2015-16£4,100,000 in 2016-17The organisation also spent the following on third party communications, consultancy and public relations agencies:£173,091 in 2014-15£279,355 in 2015-16£5,000 in 2016-15 for the year, so far Vaizey wrote: "Tech City UK including Tech North total operations budget was £2,500,000 in 2014-15; £4,223,000 in 2015-16; and £4,100,000 in 2016-17.Tech City UK including Tech North communications costs were £173,091 in 2014-15; £279,355 in 2015-16; and £5,000 in 2016-17 YTD .It is expected to appoint a new comms person in the next few weeks and is currently relying on a single freelancer."We re in a dialogue at the moment about the next iteration of Tech City and thinking about what the next step should be," Vaizey told Business Insider.Tech City UK CEO Gerard Grech was not immediately available for comment.NOW WATCH: This 14-year-old makes up to $1,500 a night eating dinner in front of a webcam in South KoreaLoading video...
But in a speech on May 9 outlining why the UK would be more secure if it remained in the EU, the prime minister, David Cameron, said suggestions of an EU army were fanciful and that the UK would veto any suggestion of it.As Cameron pointed out, there is a significant gap between the rhetoric and reality of the establishment of a fully functional European army.This is not just due to some limited understanding of the concept of sovereignty.This is party through the European countries in NATO but also through the Eurocorps, an intergovernmental military corps of about 1,000 soldiers based on the Franco-German Brigade in Alsace, France.A true EU global strategy remains a chimera.EU battlegroups – units of troops ready to deploy at short notice – have existed conceptually since 2007 but they have yet to be deployed in any of the EU s 37 missions and a permanent EU operational headquarters remains blocked by member states.
Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty ImagesUber will encourage its millions of users to register to vote in the EU referendum as they wait for a taxi this weekend, amid continuing concerns that many young people will miss their chance to take part in the poll.David Cameron has shot himself in the foot by not listening to us earlier, she said.Set to pounding house music, it flashes up the words workin, ravin, chattin, roamin before asking viewers to vote in.Research shows under-25s are twice are much more likely to be missing from the electoral register, and much less likely to turn up on polling day even if they are on it.Michael Sani, chief executive of Bite the Ballot, said there were 7.5 million people not registered to vote in the UK, many of them young people.Through partnering with Uber, an app that millions of people across the UK use, we will be able to empower citizens to register to vote and turn up on 23 June.
I wrote this article on internal linking, with examples and tips, back in September 2015.I ve since linked to it using that exact anchor text and variations on it on at least 10 occasions.For common, high traffic terms world leader s names, celebrities etc would be used regularly in articles.The chart below shows its rankings for David Cameron over a six month period.In the examples above, the pages targeted with internal links all contain the keywords used in the anchor text.It would be good to see other tests to back up this with more evidence.
The UK Government has spent the last 20 years seeking ways to digitise its services with everything from the NHS Electronic Patients Records project aka NPfIT, National Programme for IT abandoned after £12bn was spent to the integration of the national insurance recording system NIRS, which also failed.The UK Government IT spend comes from around 130 central government bodies and the English local authorities.The UK Government has established G-Cloud, a procurement platform which is design to loosen the hold of the big six systems integrators have on government purse strings.The quoted statistic is that when someone dies in the UK surviviing relatives must contact over 30 different government departments.Work is now starting on introducing a broadband Universal Service Obligation USO with the ambition to give people the legal right to request a connection to broadband with speeds of 10 Mbps, no matter where they live.Just as our forebears effectively brought gas, electricity and water to all, we're going to bring fast broadband to every home and business that wants it.
Twitter parody accounts are the second worst thing on Earth.DarthPutinKGB, a ham-handed parody of Vladimir Putin, was suspended today along with other accounts ridiculing Russian leaders like foreign minister Sergei Lavrov.What is clear is that America s New Cold Warriors aren t too happy with the move.The US government is expressing its displeasure through the government-financed media channels like Radio Free Europe.The radio network is financed by the Broadcasting Board of Governors and has its roots in the first Cold War as a CIA-backed propaganda service.When Twitter shuts down parody accounts of public figures it doesn t help Twitter s credibility as a space for free speech online — whether it s a parody of President Obama or David Cameron.
Twitter parody accounts are the second worst thing on Earth.DarthPutinKGB, a ham-handed parody of Vladimir Putin, was suspended today along with other accounts ridiculing Russian leaders like foreign minister Sergei Lavrov.What is clear is that America s New Cold Warriors aren t too happy with the move.The US government is expressing its displeasure through the government-financed media channels like Radio Free Europe.The radio network is financed by the Broadcasting Board of Governors and has its roots in the first Cold War as a CIA-backed propaganda service.When Twitter shuts down parody accounts of public figures it doesn t help Twitter s credibility as a space for free speech online — whether it s a parody of President Obama or David Cameron.
David Cameron is to appear in BuzzFeed s EU referendum event, which will be streamed using Facebook Live.The referendum on 23 June is the most important vote in our country for a generation and the BuzzFeed News and Facebook event is a great chance to debate what sort of future we want for our country, said Cameron.Each of the representatives will be questioned by a live audience of 100 voters in separate sessions across the day, moderated by BuzzFeed News political editor Jim Waterson and senior political correspondent Emily Ashton.Session timings are still to be finalised.Millions of people have joined the debate on Facebook to discuss the issues they care about and the likely repercussions of a Yes or No vote.We hope that the campaign representatives will use the live event next Friday to help answer some of these questions and help undecided voters across the country reach a decision.
Those hired have included Sarah Hunter, a senior policy adviser to Tony Blair when prime minister, who became head of public policy for Google in the UK.Harding is now policy manager for Google DeepMind, its artificial intelligence arm, which recently secured a contract with the NHS.In the UK, appointments include that of Baroness Joanna Shields, a former managing director for Google, who was made minister for internet safety, and Google s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, who David Cameron appointed to his business advisory council.According to the CfA, Google dramatically stepped up its revolving door hires in Europe in 2011, shortly after the commission launched its first investigation into alleged antitrust violations by the company.Now Google appears to be trying to replicate its Washington influence machine in Europe, where it is facing mounting threats from policymakers on a variety of issues.Most worryingly in health and education, where privatisation through technology is gathering pace.
"One thing I've learned over the past six months or so is how shallow, facile and ill-informed many of the supposedly well-informed major commentators are in our media.But many Jews do worry that his past instinct, when faced with potential allies whom he deemed sound on Palestine, was to overlook whatever nastiness they might have uttered about Jews, even when that extended to Holocaust denial or the blood libel – the medieval calumny that Jews baked bread using the blood of gentile children.It's a carefully worded paragraph.The is how "The Media" works.Yet Corbyn has a cure for this.On Thursday, Corbyn supporters hissed and booed a BBC reporter, Laura Kuenssberg, when she stood to ask Corbyn a question at speech he gave about the EU referendum.One is the world of the media, with TV and print, and the other is the world of social media, and on social media we have an enormous presence and an enormous following.For example, an abbreviated version of my contribution in parliament after last week s Queen s speech got 2 million views on Facebook.We are getting enormous cut-through on social media and I think sometimes the national debate is framed around the political media circle that often ignores the reality of how many people get their information.Corbyn is on Snapchat; David Cameron is not.Corbyn has made this point repeatedly since he became Labour leader, and it's interesting that he's the only major political figure in the UK who talks about the power of social media on a regular basis.We are doing things very differently.Now consider the Vice documentary again.
Tomas Gulbinas, a former ambassador-at-large for the Lithuanian government, and Georgios Mavros, an advisor to a French member of the European Parliament, are two recent Google hires.Both were hired as lobbyists in 2015.The CfA claims Google has also hired from the likes of Poland s ministry of economy, NATO, the European Parliament, the British Embassy to the US, the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Spain s justice ministry.The UK government appears to be one of Google's preferred preying grounds, with Google hiring Conservative and Labour officials from 10 Downing Street, the Home Office, UK Treasury, House of Commons, and Departments of Education and Skills, International Development, and Transport.The hire came months before the announcement that Downing Street had struck a settlement with Google to pay just £130 million in back taxes over a period of ten years.Elsewhere, Verity Harding, a special adviser to the former Deputy Prime Minister in the coalition government, Nick Clegg, was hired by Google in 2013.Dame Margaret Hodge, who has served as a Labour MP since 1994, told the CfA that Google's strategic hires help it to gain influence in the public sphere.In the process, they Google have gained "valuable contacts at the heart of the decision-making process," the CfA writes.Among the appointments were Baroness Joanna Shields, a former managing director for Google, who was appointed the UK s Minister for Internet Safety and Security at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport; and Google s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, appointed by British Prime Minister David Cameron to his business advisory council.Hodge added: "One gets the impression that government ministers are in awe of Google.The CfA claims that Google went on a hiring spree in 2011 after the European Union announced a formal investigation into alleged antitrust violations by the company.
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