Wipro expects its IT services margins to be diluted 2% in the first year with the acquisition turning EPS-accretive from third year, ICICI Securities said in a report.Once Wipro completes the acquisition, it plans to operate Capco as a separate entity, which is a positive according to the report
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It’s times like these that getting lost in a good book couldn’t feel more welcome – whether you’re absorbed in a real-life story, a fantasy world, or a poetry you just can’t stop reading.So, ahead of International Women’s Day, it feels the perfect moment to share recent reads that women are connecting to. HuffPost UK asked 11 women-owned bookshops on Bookshop.org to recommend the stories and words that have stopped them in their tracks recently – and made them feel empowered. The Kitchen God’s Wife by Amy TanTracey Kenney, manager at Kett’s Books in Wymondham, Norfolk, an independent community bookshop run by volunteers, says this was the first fiction book to change her life. “As a refugee story of fleeing abuse, it’s familiar; but it opened my sheltered eyes to the realities many women have faced throughout history. The story got deep into me: to this day I cannot serve rice without remembering Weili and Hulan’s hunger; I cannot see a baby stand crying in a cot without recalling Wen Fu’s rage. This book taught me understanding and compassion, perhaps because the strong bonds of female friendship, with all the messy parts that come from really loving someone, resonated and helped me see we are much the same, and we all have the ability to change.”When Secrets Set Sail by Sita BrahmachariSanchita Basu de Sarkar, owner of the Children’s Bookshop in Muswell Hill, London, says this is perfect for children of 10+. It tells the story of Imtiaz, an adopted girl, who finds the ghosts of Indian ayahs trapped in her new house. “Mythology entwines with history, and generations of forgotten women guide Imtiaz on a thrilling journey across London, and help save her home,” she says. “This is the sort of book we love in the bookshop, as it hands a baton onto its young readers and asks them to go forward and discover their own stories.”Sex, Power, Money by Sara PascoeAsher Darling, owner of Darling Reads, Horbury, West Yorkshire, says she’s constantly recommending this second book by the comedian and well-know TV face. “It’s funny, smart and totally fascinating but it’s also a really important exploration of what makes us human and about how society and prejudices are formed,” she says. “I think it’s knowledge we should all be armed with!”Revolting Prostitutes by Juno Mac and Molly SmithRuth Wainwright, founder of Brighton’s Feminist Bookshop, says: “This is thought-provoking, at times confronting and ultimately compelling exposition of the global sex worker rights movement. Their writing brilliantly weaves well-researched, logical argument and cross-country comparisons with stories, advocacy and a call for us to place fundamental human rights at the centre of our decision making.”Lift As You Climb by Viv GroskopEmma Corfield-Walters, owner of Book-ish in Crickhowell in Wales, chooses a “straight talking, but also positive and encouraging” read. “This book has made me re-evaluate my relationship with ambition,” she says. “I no longer think ambition is a dirty word reserved for those who need to invest in all the latest trends and claw their way to the top just to have it. The time to cheerlead and talk others, as well as ourselves, up is upon us. We can only change things by being a part of this community, throwing away our old ways and get talking about equality in a way that feels entirely the norm.”A Working Mother by Agnes OwensSally Pattle, owner of Far From the Madding Crowd in Linlithgow, West Lothian, discovered Owens when she was working for Birlinn Ltd – her Scottish publisher – in 2012. “From the first page of her novella A Working Mother, I was hooked,” she says. “Her short stories capture Scottish working class lives with unflinching humour and a stark gaze, made all the more real because this was her life.“Born in 1926, the daughter of a shipbuilder, Agnes married twice and was a mother seven times over. By the time she died in 2014, she had experienced unimaginable hardship and loss, including the murder of one of her sons outside the family home. She didn’t start writing until she was 51 and was discovered in a local writer’s club by Liz Lochhead. Despite being critically acclaimed, Agnes never made the leap to commercial success – she was described by Lochhead as the most criminally neglected writer of her age and I have to agree! Pick up a copy of complete short stories or novellas – you won’t regret it!”Such A Fun Age by Kiley Reid:Mel Griffin, owner of Penarth’s Griffin Books in Glamorgan, Wales says this recent read moved her. The debut novel from African American writer Kiley Reid. “deftly explores issues of race, class and gender in a compelling narrative in which the young female protagonist ultimately forges her own path,” she says. “It left me with so much to think about, including aspects of my own behaviour and assumptions.”Feminism Interrupted, Disrupting Power by Lola OlufemiAlexia Pepper de Caires, founder Back To Books & co-founder of NGO Safe Space, which campaigns around #AidToo, the rising voice against sexual harassment and assault in international development, calls Olufemi a young Black British writer with a powerful mission. “Published in 2020, this accessible book supports sex workers, trans people, Muslim women, making a case against prisons and state structures of violence,” she says. “A critical read for our times.”Difficult Women by Helen LewisFrancesca Wilkins, owner of The Margate Bookshop in Kent says this book addresses the “sharp corners that have been sanded off the history of feminism”, by telling stories of more complex figures. Lewis argues that women’s history should not be a shallow hunt for heroines. “But many of its trailblazers have been tidied away for not being ‘nice enough’ or because they later distanced themselves from the movement,” says Wilkins. “Whether or not we should celebrate these women is up for debate, but to recognise them is to understand that changes in history are brought about by conflict and compromise. If we want to embrace our strength and raise our voices, it’s empowering to feel that we can do so while also allowing ourselves to be difficult, complicated, flawed.”My Darling From The Lions by Rachel LongMiranda Peake, owner of Chener Books in East Dulwich, London chooses a debut collection of poems. She says: “This striking first collection deals very much in our contemporary reality, with race, gender and class at the heart of them. However, the worlds of dream, superstition and religion are treated with equal importance as Long weaves them skilfully through her landscape, imbuing many of these poems with an unexpected sense of enchantment. I loved it!”The Trauma Cleaner: One Woman’s Extraordinary Life in Death, Decay and Disaster by Sarah KrasnosteinSarah Lutyens, co-founder of Notting Hill’s Lutyens & Rubinstein bookshop, picks this “intensely personal” biography of Sandra Pankhurst, “a trans woman who, in the course of a traumatic life founded a very successful company specialising in the cleaning and clearance of the houses of people unable to cope with mess, with an obsession to hoard, with addiction, and with life itself. Sandra is an irresistible flawed heroine whose respect for the dignity of her clients shines. Her story – and those of all the characters – is unexpected and enlightening. Sarah Krasnostein is a writer with an incredible gift for empathetic observation and the writing skills to convey everything she sees with insight but not judgment. It was short-listed for the Wellcome Prize a couple of years ago and deserves to be a classic’.”Bookshop.org is a book-buying site that supports independent bookshops, with reading recommendations from real booksellers.Related...How To Get Back Into Reading If You've Lost The HabitThese Are All The Books Brits Have Been Reading During LockdownMeet Moxie Star Josie Totah –The Actor, Writer And Producer Redefining Trans RepresentationHow To Get Back Into Reading If You've Lost The HabitMy Ex Blamed His Cheating On Me Not Being ‘Special’ In Bed
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s forthcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey looks set to be totally revelatory based on clips we’ve seen so far – but it’s not the first time members of the royal family have lifted the lid on the goings on at Buckingham Palace.Throughout the decades, senior royals like the Prince Of Wales, the Duke of Edinburgh and even the Queen herself have gone in front of the camera and shown a more human side of the royal family.And of course, there’ve been a fair few infamous interview moments too, not least Prince Andrew’s unbelievable sit-down with Emily Maitlis back in 2019.Here’s our timeline spanning 60 years of the royals’ most memorable interview moments, starting with the very first one...1961 – Prince Philip on PanoramaThe Duke Of Edinburgh’s appearance on Panorama in the early 1960s was groundbreaking not because it was especially controversial, but because it marked the first time a member of the royal family had agreed to do a sit-down television interview.Prince Philip spoke with broadcaster Richard Dimbleby about the Commonwealth Technical Training Week, an initiative of which he was a patron. 1969 – Royal FamilyIt was the idea of press secretary William Heseltine to give a filmmaker unprecedented access to record the royals going about their business, in a bid to make them appear more relevant at the end of the 1960s, a decade in which many had begun to consider them out of touch.The end result was Royal Family, which charted a year in Queen Elizabeth’s life with her family. As well as the usual regal affairs you might expect, the doc showed off a more human side to the Windsors, including scenes showing Prince Philip grilling sausages at a family barbecue and the Queen treating her youngest son to an ice cream.Whether the Royal Family succeeded in its mission is still up for debate. BBC Two’s then-controller David Attenborough (yes, that one) felt removing “mystique” around the royals was a potentially dangerous idea, while some critics praised the 90-minute special for showing us more of the royals’ personalities.It seems the Queen herself was not a fan, though, as she reportedly had the documentary banned, and it’s not been shown on television since 1977 (although it did briefly leak online in 2021, before being taken down due to a copyright complaint). 1994 – Charles: The Private Man, The Public Role Two years before his divorce from Princess Diana was finalised, Prince Charles appeared in the authorised ITV documentary Charles: The Private Man, The Public Role.This 90-minute special was made up of several interviews between the Prince of Wales and Jonathan Dimbleby (notably the son of the reporter who interviewed Charles’ own father on Panorama more than 30 years earlier), marking 25 years since his investiture.Dimbleby said at the time that he had no intention of “painting a glossy portrait” of Charles, and this was infamously the first time the prince admitted to infidelity with Camilla Parker-Bowles during his marriage to Diana.When asked whether he’d been faithful throughout his marriage, Charles responded: “Yes ... Until it became irretrievably broken down, us both having tried.”Many felt the interview was Charles’ attempt at winning back public favour after many had been won over by Diana in the years prior, but if that was his intention, it backfired somewhat.A poll by The Sun the day after the documentary aired discovered two-thirds of respondents felt he was “unfit to be King”, following his admission.In the biography The Firm, The Troubled Life Of The House Of Windsor, royal writer Penny Junor claimed Charles’ family were “flabbergasted” by his public admission, with Prince Philip in particular “incensed”. 1995 – Princess Diana on Panorama A year later, Princess Diana was able to have her say about her marriage on Panorama, and made headlines the world over. The interview with Martin Bashir took place in Diana’s sitting room in Kensington Palace, with sound and recording equipment having to be sneaked in so as not to arouse suspicion.The hour-long special was noted for being the first time Diana spoke publicly about her husband’s infidelity (including the oft-quoted line “there were three of us in the marriage”), but it was revelatory for a number of other reasons, too.Diana’s Panorma interview saw her speaking about her own extramarital affairs, including with James Hewitt, as well as her experiences of self-harm, post natal depression and bulimia.She also addressed her feelings about the British press, describing them as “abusive” and their treatment of her as “harassment”.John Birt, who was director general of the BBC at the time of this interview, later noted it “marked the end of the BBC’s institutional reverence – though not its respect – for the monarchy”.In March this year, Scotland Yard confirmed they would not be conducting a criminal inquiry into Martin Bashir over allegations he tricked Diana into her landmark Panorama interview.2011 – Sarah Ferguson on 60 Minutes Australia In 2010, Sarah Ferguson was secretly recorded by the News Of The World’s Mazher Mahmood (dubbed the “fake sheikh”), offering access to Prince Andrew for half a million pounds.“Look after me and he’ll look after you,” she was heard saying. “You’ll get it back tenfold. I can open any door you want.”The Duchess Of York later admitted she was “devastated by the situation”, saying in a statement: “I very deeply regret the situation and the embarrassment caused. It is true that my financial situation is under stress however, that is no excuse for a serious lapse in judgment and I am very sorry that this has happened.“I can confirm that The Duke of York was not aware or involved in any of the discussions that occurred. I am sincerely sorry for my actions.”A year later, she was asked about the matter during an interview on Australia’s 60 Minutes, and ended up walking off the set.“Don’t try and trick me now because I’m not going to play this game,” she said, before urging producers to “delete that bit”, feeling the interview was going in a “too tabloid-y” direction.Eventually, after the interviewer persisted with his questions, the Duchess walked off the set completely, claiming she needed to “take five minutes”.2017 – Heads Together For much of his adult life, one of Prince William’s key causes has been working towards destigmatising mental health conditions.In 2017, he teamed up with none other than Lady Gaga for the Heads Together campaign for a four-minute online video in which they spoke over FaceTime about the need to discuss mental health openly.William complimented Gaga after she penned an open letter discussing her own experiences of PTSD, telling her: “It’s so important to break open that fear and that taboo… It’s time that everyone speaks up and feels very normal about mental health. It’s the same as physical health.“Everybody has mental health, and we shouldn’t be ashamed of it. Just having a conversation with a friend or family member can really make such a difference.” 2017 – Diana, Our Mother: Her Life And Legacy  In honour of the 20th anniversary of their mother’s death, Princes William and Harry commissioned two authorised documentaries for ITV about her.The first of these was Diana, Our Mother, in which both princes gave their first ever interviews about what the Princess Of Wales was like as a parent.“Arguably [it was] probably a little bit too raw up until this point,” Prince Harry admitted. “It’s still raw.”The two princes both spoke fondly of their late mother, with Harry describing her as “a total kid through and through” and William recalling an incident in which she arranged for supermodels Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford to surprise him after school one day.“One of her mottos to me was ‘you can be as naughty as you want, just don’t get caught’,” Harry fondly remembered.The other documentary was Diana, 7 Days, which focussed more on her death and the immediate effect it had on those around her, particularly her grieving sons, who were both children at the time. 2018 – The Queen’s Green Planet Though not a traditional interview, the Queen teamed up with broadcaster and fellow nonagenarian Sir David Attenborough in 2018 for an ITV special discussing the environment and climate change. Among other things.One thing The Queen’s Green Planet was noted for was that the monarch showed off her sense of humour, commenting of a nearby helicopter: “Why do they always go round and round when you want to talk? [That] sounds like President Trump.”The Queen also spoke of her hopes to plant more trees in a bid to affect climate change, stating: “If all countries continue to plant, it might change the climate again.” 2019 – Harry and Meghan: An African Journey A year after they were married, Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan Markle made a trip to Africa, so they could look at how a charity initiative started by the Duke of Sussex 15 years earlier had progressed.Of course, the documentary ended up revealing a lot more, most notably how the Duchess Of Sussex was adjusting to life in the spotlight, and the difficulties she was facing as a result of press intrusion.The moment that most captured people’s attention was when journalist Tom Bradby asked about the “pressure” she was under, and its “impact on your mental and physical health”.“I would say … any woman, especially when they’re pregnant, you’re really vulnerable, and so that was made really challenging,” she explained. “And then when you have a newborn, you know. And especially as a woman, it’s a lot.“So you add this on top of just trying to be a new mum or trying to be a newlywed. It’s um... yeah. I guess, also thank you for asking, because not many people have asked if I’m okay, but it’s a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes.”“Would it be fair to say ‘Not really OK’?” Bradby then asked. “It’s really been a struggle?”Meghan responded simply: “Yes.”In a piece she wrote for the New York Times in 2021, Meghan spoke about how much this exchange had meant to her, recalling: “My off-the-cuff reply seemed to give people permission to speak their truth. But it wasn’t responding honestly that helped me most, it was the question itself.”2019 – Prince Andrew on Newsnight At the time, it would have been fair to assume that Harry and Meghan: An African Journey would be the royal family’s most revelatory moment of 2019.But in November 2019, Prince Andrew sat down with Emily Maitlis at Buckingham Palace for what turned out to be a disastrous interview about allegations of sexual abuse that had been made against him, as well as his relationship with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.During the interview, the Duke of York “categorically” denied accusations from one woman who claimed she was forced to have sex with him on three occasions, including when she was 17 years old.“It didn’t happen. I can absolutely categorically tell you it never happened,” he said.Prince Andrew dismissed her claims that he had been “profusely sweating” when they danced together at a nightclub, insisting that he had a medical condition that meant he was unable to sweat at that time as a result of “an overdose of adrenaline in the Falklands War”.He also said that he was at a Pizza Express in Woking with one of his daughters on the day of one of the alleged incidents.“Going to Pizza Express in Woking is an unusual thing for me to do,” he insisted. “I remember it weirdly distinctly.”Following the much-publicised interview, Prince Andrew suspended his public duties “for the foreseeable future”. In May 2020, he permanently resigned from public duties to his connections with Epstein, who died in August 2019.2021 – Prince Harry on The Late, Late Show Oprah Winfrey announced in February 2021 that she had a sit-down interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the works, and there was near-immediate speculation about exactly what they’d reveal.What no one saw coming was that the much-awaited interview would be preceded by a much more light-hearted appearance from Prince Harry on The Late, Late Show with James Corden.One that featured an open-top bus tour of LA, a quick pitstop to the mansion from The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, an impromptu FaceTime call with Meghan and yes, even some rapping.We were not ready, and frankly we’re still not ready.2021 – Oprah With Meghan And Harry And here we are. Oprah Winfrey has promised an interview with Harry and Meghan where “nothing [is] off limits”, which will air in the US on Sunday, before it’s shown on ITV on Monday 8 March at 9pm.Of course, we haven’t seen it yet, but an early press release announced the Sussexes would be discussing marriage, life under public pressure and their “future hopes and dreams”, among other things.Subsequent clips have also teased Harry sharing his fears of “history repeating itself” before he decided to move with his family to Los Angeles, as well as claims from Meghan of the palace “perpetuating falsehoods about us”.The 90-minute interview is one we’re sure to be talking about for a long time to come.READ MORE:Meghan Markle Claims Palace Is 'Perpetuating Falsehoods About Us' In New Oprah ClipBuckingham Palace To Investigate Bullying Claims Made Against Meghan MarkleBen Fogle Expertly Shuts Down Piers Morgan's Meghan Markle Question On Good Morning Britain
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Liberal Democrat MP Layla Moran has called out the Conservatives’ “cowardly” delay on banning conversion therapy, a range of harmful practices that attempt to reverse someone’s sexual orientation and/or their gender identity.The MP for Oxford West and Abingdon, who supports a ban on activities that falsely claim to ‘cure’ people of homosexuality and transness, told HuffPost UK the Tories may be stalling over the inclusion of trans representation in the ban, which is set to be debated in the House of Commons on March 8.Moran said a ban on any sort of conversion therapy is simply “not a priority” for the current government, following years of stalling on the issue.“The block is partly government cowardice and not wanting to say one way or another,” said Moran. They haven’t ruled out including trans in it, but they haven’t said they will either. As far as I can see they’re running from that debate, so I’ll be curious to see whether or not they’ll address it on Monday.”“They’ve got their ‘war on woke’ going on,” the MP added. “It doesn’t fit with their image that plays to their right-wing and their base. To legislate on something like this, I think they’ve made the calculation that it’s not worth their while, so I’ll be curious to see what they say.”Theresa May committed to a ban on all conversion therapy in 2018, as part of her LGBT Action Plan as prime minister, and Boris Johnson confirmed his support for the ban in 2020, although no legislative action has been taken.Despite Johnson saying he believes the therapy is “absolutely abhorrent,” March 28 will mark 1,000 days of inaction since May’s original commitment. “He said it himself in June,” said Moran. “He reaffirmed that and said ‘yes it’s something we want to do,’ and again nothing’s happened...“If you see how it sort of stopped and started, it’s only ever in response to enormous public pressure that the government does anything on this.”Several human rights organisations including Stonewall and the Peter Tatchell Foundation are running campaigns to rally the public into demanding quicker action. Stonewall’s Ban Conversion Therapy website, which launched this week, encourages Brits to email their MP to create a groundswell of opinion.“The World Health organisation removed homosexuality from the international classification of diseases in 1990. 31 years later, attempts to ‘cure’ us are still happening – and still legal,” campaigning material on the website reads. Calls for a ban on conversion therapy have been echoed by the Church of England. In 2020, hundreds of religious leaders from around the world representing all the major faiths, including Archbishop Desmond Tutu and former Chief Rabbi of Ireland, David Rosen, came out in support of a ban. Meanwhile, a recent YouGov poll revealed a majority of the British public, including those who are religious, also back a ban on conversion therapy.‘It’s torture – and happening in this country’“We have to remember what it is – it’s torture,” said Moran of a practice that has been branded “dehumanising” and “degrading” by a UN report. “It is, by any definition of the word, torture that’s happening in this country right now and the government doesn’t seem to want to move quickly on it.”Moran believes that a potential block to the ban being passed is Conservative  sensitivity over trans representation in any legislation that is passed.“That’s certainly one of the things that I’ve seen from the government – it’s a bit cowardly when it comes to trans rights,” she told HuffPost UK. “We’re not talking about stuff that people sort of want to debate, it’s stuff that you’d just consider basic human rights.”Moran added: “It’s not like they don’t have the data, the evidence: they do now and they know how bad parts of the Gender Recognition Act are and how behind the curve we are as a country. I think what’s happened is they decided it’s too difficult.”In 2020, in what was seen by human rights groups as a massive setback for trans rights, the UK government dropped proposed changes to the Gender Recognition Act that would allow people to self-identify on gender without an official medical diagnosis. Equalities minister Liz Truss insisted the Act had “proper checks and balances in the system and also support for people who want to change their legal sex”.But Stonewall’s chief executive Nancy Kelley said at the time: “The UK government has fallen far short on its promise to reform the Gender Recognition Act, and has missed a key opportunity to progress LGBT equality.”Peter Tatchell, who has been campaigning for LGBT+ rights since the 1960s, has launched the Stop Dithering campaign to push for action on the conversion therapy ban, with actor Stephen Fry one of its main ambassadors.In a statement to press, Fry said: “Any attempt to change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity is unethical and harmful.”Figures from the National LGBT Survey found that 7% of LGBT+ people have been offered or undergone conversion therapy.Trans people are almost twice as likely to have been offered or forced to undergo conversion therapy, and data also showed asexual people to be at a higher risk of being offered or undergoing the practice.Gvernment figures also reveal trans people are the group that are most often subjected to conversion therapy. Many campaigners believe the issue of how to include them in the legislation may be what’s delaying the ban.Nancy Kelley of Stonewall, said: “Being LGBTQIA+ is beautiful, and there is no place in our society for any so-called ‘interventions’ which tell us otherwise.“The UK government must stop dragging its feet and make good on its promise to bring in a full legal ban, and put a stop to conversion therapy in the UK for good.” ‘It’s got to stop and it’s got to stop now’Carolyn Mercer, 73, was electrocuted by doctors in the 1960s in an attempt to ‘cure’ her when she said she felt like she was living in the wrong body. So-called electrical aversion therapy, the application of electric shocks to the hands or genitals, was common practice at the time, along with the administering of nausea-inducing drugs while patients were exposed to erotic stimuli. “The damage that was done in 1964 and 1965 can’t be undone. I just have to deal with it,” Mercer, now a spokesperson for the Stonewall campaign, told HuffPost UK. “That is lifelong. I am still struggling with that.”Speaking on a ban, she said: “It’s got to stop and it’s got to stop now.”Addressing the prime minister directly over the delay, she added: “It must involve banning trans conversion therapy in the way it was imposed on me.“You’ve had 1,000 days from when you said you were going to legislate; 1,000 days of public acknowledgement that it’s barbaric and must stop; 1,000 days when young and not so young people have been told still they are wrong and have been subjected to conditions which will damage their lives irreversibly.”Matthew Hyndman, 31, co-founder of the Ban Conversion Therapy campaign, was offered talking conversion therapy when he came out as gay to his faith group. He turned it down, and supports Stonewall’s lobbying of government.Speaking to HuffPost UK, he said: “What more do we need to do in order toshow the support and the need for a ban? You wonder: what else, what else must we do? There’s clearly precedent for it, the harm is clear. “I think the people who are making the decisions probably haven’t heard from someone who’s gone through conversion therapy and heard of what they’ve had to endure, and the long lasting impact that it’s had on their life.”Countries around the world that have already banned conversion therapy include Albania, Argentina, Fiji, Samoa, Uruguay and Switzerland. Conversation in the UK is now focused on what a ban would look like in practice. In 2020, for instance, Germany became the fifth country to ban conversion therapy for minors, following Malta, Ecuador, Brazil and Taiwan.The situation is more complex in the US, where 20 states and some cities have banned conversion therapy for minors, but there is no countrywide ban as yet. (Only one US jurisdiction, The District of Columbia, bans the therapy for adults.)“What I still need to understand, and I’m hoping to get a bit of clarity on this, is what needs to be done legislatively for this to happen,” Moran told HuffPost UK. “Is it guidelines, can you do that quickly or do we need a white paper and do we need a proper piece of legislation?”Moran plans to speak when the Commons meet to debate the ban on Monday and said she will be asking first and foremost: “What exactly is the block?”High on her priority list is “getting them to commit to not just their word but making sure it’s about trans as well,” she added. “There’s always excuses. It’s Brexit, it’s pandemic, it’s whatever, but I think they’ve run out of time now.”Related...‘Conversion Therapy’ Is Nothing More Than Torture. It’s Past Time For A BanGovernment Confirms It Will Not Allow Trans People To Self-IDMy School Gets Abuse For Supporting LGBT Groups. But We Won’t Back DownHow You Can Champion LGBTQ+ Causes All Year LongLayla Moran, Lib Dem MP, Announces She Is Pansexual
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A pocket knife is certainly not an item unless the moment comes for it to turn into one.Coming from other people in the street or the wild, from pets, and much more-- lugging one of these will definitely assist you in situations where non-violence does not function.You can only utilize it as a danger, and it may do its task.Just keep in mind that it is actually still a small tool and also certainly not an item, thus utilize it defensively and do not pretend it winds up carrying out much more than it is actually made for.
Contrasting to all the other competitive VPN applications and also software application, is actually Psiphon a VPN?The response is actually No!The application appropriates as well as recommended simply for its substitute solutions yet it stops working to deliver any kind of kind of internet protection and also privacy.Your information is actually certainly not defended or even concealed coming from the potential spies as well as may quickly be actually watched as well as used against you.
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Rising demand from Asia-Pacific region a major driver for the growth of the market.The global Long Oil Alkyd Resins market was xx million US$ in 2019 and is expected to xx million US$ by the end of 2027, growing at a CAGR of xx% between 2020 and 2027.This report studies the Long Oil Alkyd Resins market size (value and volume) by players, regions, product types and end industries, history data 2017-2018 and forecast data 2020-2027; This report also studies the global market competition landscape, market drivers and trends, opportunities and challenges, risks and entry barriers, sales channels, distributors and Porter's Five Forces Analysis.Geographically, this report is segmented into several key regions, with sales, revenue, market share and growth Rate of Long Oil Alkyd Resins in these regions, from 2014 to 2027, coveringNorth America (United States, Canada and Mexico)Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Turkey etc.)Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam)South America (Brazil etc.)Middle East and Africa (Egypt and GCC Countries)Read More: https://www.eternityinsights.com/report/long-oil-alkyd-resins-marketThe various contributors involved in the value chain of the product include manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, intermediaries, and customers.The key manufacturers in this market includeAKZO NobelMobile Rosin OilDeltech CorporationCoalineWhite Group PublicDICMacro PolymersBy the product type, the market is primarily split intoDry Alkyd ResinsNon-Dry Alkyd ResinsHalf Dry Alkyd ResinsBy the end users/application, this report covers the following segmentsIndustrial Baking EnamelsMetal PrimersTraffic PaintAerosol Paints And CoatingsClear Wood FinishesIndustrial Wood PrimersOthers We can also provide the customized separate regional or country-level reports, for the following regions:North AmericaUnited StatesCanadaMexicoAsia-PacificChinaIndiaJapanSouth KoreaAustraliaIndonesiaSingaporeMalaysiaPhilippinesThailandVietnamRest of Asia-PacificEuropeGermanyFranceUKItalySpainRussiaRest of EuropeCentral & South AmericaBrazilRest of Central & South AmericaMiddle East & AfricaGCC CountriesTurkeyEgyptSouth AfricaRest of Middle East & AfricaRequest Free Sample: https://www.eternityinsights.com/request-a-sample/32058The study objectives of this report are:To study and analyze the global Long Oil Alkyd Resins market size (value & volume) by company, key regions/countries, products and application, history data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2027.To understand the structure of Long Oil Alkyd Resins market by identifying its various subsegments.To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks).Focuses on the key global Long Oil Alkyd Resins manufacturers, to define, describe and analyze the sales volume, value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years.To analyze the Long Oil Alkyd Resins with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.To project the value and volume of Long Oil Alkyd Resins submarkets, with respect to key regions (along with their respective key countries).To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Long Oil Alkyd Resins are as follows:History Year: 2017-2018Base Year: 2019Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2020 to 2027Inquiry Before Buy: https://www.eternityinsights.com/enquiry-before-buying/32058This report includes the estimation of market size for value (million USD) and volume (K MT).Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.Key StakeholdersRaw material suppliersDistributors/traders/wholesalers/suppliersRegulatory bodies, including government agencies and NGOCommercial research & development (R) institutionsImporters and exportersGovernment organizations, research organizations, and consulting firmsTrade associations and industry bodiesEnd-use industriesAvailable CustomizationsWith the given market data, we offers customizations according to the company's specific needs.
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The Global Fraud Detection and Prevention Market size is estimated to be USD 24.62 billion in 2019 and is predicted to reach USD 321.16 billion by 2030 with a CAGR of 26.3% from 2020-2030.Any illegal and unlawful act done to get any value from something is known as fraud.It helps in the identification and data and its integrity, it also helps in the online transaction by authenticating the access by the responsible person to further avoid such actions.Access Full Description of this report at:- https://www.nextmsc.com/report/fraud-detection-and-prevention-market Top Companies: IBM Corporation, SAP SE, Oracle Corporation, ACI Worldwide, Lavastorm, ThreatMetrix, SAS Institute Inc., BAE Systems, NCR Limited and others.The global fraud detection and prevention market share is analyzed on the basis of solution type, services, deployment, end user, industry vertical and geography.On the basis of solution type, the market is segmented into fraud analytics and authentication.On the basis of services, the market is divided into Professional and Managed.Geographic breakdown and analysis of each of the aforesaid segments includes regions comprising North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and RoW.Request sample copy of this report at:- https://www.nextmsc.com/fraud-detection-and-prevention-market/request-sample North America represents the developed market share over the forecast period coupled with increased adoption of fraud detection and prevention software coupled with technological advancement and increase in data based enterprises, presence of developed infrastructure and increased awareness among people are further expected to fuel the marker growth.Asia pacific is expected to develop significantly over the forecast period owing to the presence of developing economies coupled with increased penetration of internet and mobile devices, increase in fraud cases and wide application is further expected to augment the growth of fraud detection and prevention market over the forecast period.About Next Move Strategy Consulting:Next Move Strategy Consulting is an independent and trusted third-platform market intelligence provider, committed to deliver high quality, market research reports that help multinational companies to triumph over their competitions and increase industry footprint by capturing greater market share.
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https://asntechnoservice.com A refrigerator is a home appliance consisting of a thermally insulated compartment and a heat pump that transfers heat from its inside to its external environment so that inside is cooled to a temperature below the room temperature.The lower temperature lowers the reproduction rate of the bacteria, so the refrigerator reduces the rate of spoilage.https://lg-service-center-near-me.com/  A refrigerator maintains a temperature a few degrees above the freezing point of the water.The optimum temperature range for perishable food storage is 3 to 5 degrees celsius.A similar device that maintains a temperature below the freezing point of the water is called a freezer.The refrigerator replaced the icebox, which had been a common household appliance for almost a century and a half.
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Motorola started its 2021 mid-range smartphone series with the Moto G10 and Moto G30 last month. A couple of days ago, the brand announced that ... The post Motorola’s Moto G10 Power is more than a rebranded Moto G10 appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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'That is not the world we want, nor the one users deserve' With the arrival of Google Chrome v89 on Tuesday, Google is preparing to test a technology called Federated Learning of Cohorts, or FLoC, that it hopes will replace increasingly shunned, privacy-denying third-party cookies.…
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Why are cellular networks so worried about batt life during lockdown? US telco Verizon recently splashed $45bn on 5G spectrum and then advised its customers to use LTE to save device battery life. Not to be outdone, rival carrier T-Mobile is recommending battery-anxious punters use 2G instead of the latest-and-greatest in cellular connectivity.…
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The task to convert EML to PST is quite convoluted and hence feared by majority of the users.While there are numerous third party email converter tools to support the users, unfortunately, many of them cannot be relied upon.Therefore, we have enlisted hereunder some smart checkpoints that can help the users in choosing an appropriate Microsoft EML to PST converter free for themselves.It is a good idea to choose an offline mode tool over the online tools as the latter are prone to exposing the data to threats like data theft, data breach, etc.It must be weighed in in terms of perks offered against the priceA healthy comparison must be drawn between similar optionsCheck the feedback from verified usersIt must be usable as per the technical knowledge of the userUSL Software’s Mail Extractor Pro is one of the prime choices that come to the fore when applying such filters.It is safe, sturdy, and agile with the conversion task.We bring to you a chance to test it out by downloading the FREE demo version of the tool.Read more: https://www.uslsoftware.com/eml-to-pst-converter-for-mac/Unique properties that make Mail Extractor Pro the best EML to PST converter free!Mail Extractor Pro is one the most superior EML to PST converter tools in the market today.The features that are responsible for its impeccable performance are:User friendly interface: One of the most revered qualities of this tool is its user-friendliness.It comes with a comprehensible interface and has a process that is highly automated.
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Nintendo has made a lot of mistakes when it comes to naming its consoles – so we're here to offer some thoughts.
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SaaS pusher says it has locked up social media account after 'unauthorised access' Near ubiquitous SaaS CRM pusher Salesforce got a rude awakening this week when its carefully curated image of a business addressing racial equality was shattered by its clearly hacked LinkedIn page.…
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