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2 weeks ago
Portugal vs Spain in the 2018 World Cup 😍🇷🇺
One Of the Best Games of the 2018 World Cup 🤯
Haters will say he didn’t mean that 😂
7m7 minutes ago
Why are Barclays Bank so c**p?
Are we the only company having massive problems dealing with Barclays at the moment regarding a Bounce Back Loan application?
WE HAVE BEEN TRYING FOR THREE & A HALF WEEKS & ARE GETTING ABSOLUTELY NOWHERE!
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he had offered to help New Delhi and Beijing resolve their ongoing tensions at the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The offer came as a surprise on a day when the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) appeared to soften its line on the stand-off, suggesting the situation was “stable and controllable” now. “We have informed both India and China that the United States is ready, willing and able to mediate or arbitrate their now raging border dispute. Thank you!,” Mr. Trump tweeted.
Mr. Trump did not elaborate on his offer, which came as a surprise for several reasons. While the U.S. has offered to mediate between India and Pakistan on multiple occasions in the past, this is the first time an American official has offered to be the third party between India and China publicly.
Neither the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) nor China’s MoFA responded to Mr. Trump’s statement on Wednesday. India has in the past rejected all offers for third party mediation, and China is also expected to reject the proposal.
A senior Indian official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said that neither side would take the offer “seriously”, although given the “optics”, China would view it less favourably.
Earlier on Wednesday, China had said that both sides would resolve the standoff bilaterally.
Sta spopolando su Linkedin questa infografica che analizza a livello di interfaccia utente quanti click sono necessari per aprire un conto corrente online nel Regno Unito.
Gli autori hanno confrontato le principali fintech del settore con i grandi gruppi bancari tradizionali.
Tenendo conto che nella maggior parte delle banche non esiste ancora un processo interamente online per aprire un conto corrente, i 24 click di Revolut fanno sicuramente riflettere.
Qual è la vostra esperienza con l'apertura di un conto online? Ma soprattutto, in caso la vostra banca abbia una sede fisica, quand'è stata l'ultima volta che l'avete visitata? #Banking
9m9 minutes ago
Man city's European ban case hearing on the 8th and barclays returning nine days later pic.twitter.com/tlo8ehIZpu
Beware of @Barclays, I sent in a money order payment and it was cashed and for three months I’ve fought with them to honor it. I’ve had this card more than ten years and have never had such poor customer service. I’m done.
4m4 minutes ago
Up the fucking Barclays then
6 hours ago
China officially has the broad power to quash unrest in Hong Kong, as the country’s legislature on Thursday nearly unanimously approved a plan to suppress subversion, secession, terrorism and seemingly any acts that might threaten national security in the semiautonomous city.
As Beijing hashes out the specifics of the national security legislation in the coming weeks, the final rules will help determine the fate of Hong Kong, including how much of the city’s autonomy will be preserved or how much Beijing will tighten its grip.
Early signals from Chinese authorities point to a crackdown once the law takes effect, which is expected by September.
Activist groups could be banned. Courts could impose long jail sentences for national security violations. China’s feared security agencies could operate openly in the city.
Even Hong Kong’s chief executive this week appeared to hint that certain civil liberties might not be an enduring feature of Hong Kong life. “We are a very free society, so for the time being, people have the freedom to say whatever they want to say,” said the chief executive, Carrie Lam, noting, “Rights and freedoms are not absolute.” The prospect of a national security law has prompted an immediate pushback in Hong Kong, where protesters are once again taking to the streets. The international community, too, has warned against infringing on the city’s civil liberties.
The Trump administration signaled Wednesday that it was likely to end some or all of the U.S. government’s special trade and economic relations with Hong Kong because of China’s move. The State Department no longer considers Hong Kong to have significant autonomy, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said, a condition for maintaining the trade status.
Crazy football celebrations 🎉
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15 hours ago
Listen to that ankle breaker 😨💀 @keonemaho.o.l
20m20 minutes ago
Fintech startups, this one's for you: New York @Barclays Accelerator, powered by @techstars, is accepting applications now until June 14. Details »https://www.techstars.com/accelerators/barclays-new-york …
21 hours ago
The threat came after Twitter added fact-check links to his tweets for the first time.
The battle between the president and the social-media companies has been brewing for a time.
But now it feels as though an all-out war is looming between Donald Trump and Twitter ahead of the US presidential election, in November.
Last night, a couple of Trump tweets raging about "fraudulent" postal ballots in US elections featured - for some users but not all - a strapline linking to what Twitter called "facts about mail-in ballots." This then led to a page debunking the president's claims but featuring articles from two organisations he regards as his sworn enemies, CNN and the Washington Post.
It is very hard to see Congress passing laws to strongly regulate or close down social-media platforms.
The president refers to free speech.
But as a private company, Twitter is free to police its platform as it sees fit.
Nevertheless, for Twitter's chief executive, Jack Dorsey, this is undoubtedly just the start of a clash that will continue right up until the November election.
In recent days, he has been under huge pressure to do something about President Trump's tweets.
Now, he has acted but not in a way that might have been expected.
The European Commission has proposed giving hundreds of billions of euros to EU countries that have seen their economies devastated by the coronavirus pandemic, a massive relief effort designed to ensure parts of the bloc aren't left behind when the recovery comes.
The executive arm of the European Union unveiled a plan on Wednesday that would see it raise €750 billion ($825 billion) on financial markets. Two-thirds of the money would be distributed to countries via grants, while the remainder would be offered as loans.
Germany and France, the two largest economies in Europe, said last week that they would support the extensive use of grants that do not require repayment, an acknowledgment of the economic trauma caused by the pandemic. The Commission has forecast that GDP in the 19 countries that use the euro will contract by 7.75% this year, a record.
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said Wednesday the damage could be even greater, predicting a loss of between 8% and 12% of GDP.
The European Commission's plan was welcomed by southern European countries but could still run into opposition from more fiscally conservative northern countries, which only want to offer loans.
Over the weekend, a group of nations known as the "Frugal Four" — Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark — rejected the compromise struck by Germany and France.
Please stop contacting me every few days with hollow comments like this. I am still waiting 2 weeks after contacting Barclays by phone which was 2 weeks after my initial contact with the bank. Consider my account closed when I can get everything sorted out.
1 month ago
Serge Gnabry’s brilliant curler against the Netherlands 🥵⚽️
Why are locusts being seen in urban areas?
Locusts are being seen in areas not historically associated with such sightings — Jaipur, MP’s Gwalior, Morena and Sheopur, and recently stray swarms in Maharashtra’s Amravati, Nagpur and Wardha.
K L Gurjar, Deputy Director of LWO, said there being no crops in the fields, the locusts have moved across states attracted by green cover. “The swarms were aided by high-speed wind and thus they made their way to Jaipur,” he said.
Keith Cressman, senior locust forecaster of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization said the locusts have started moving in search of food. “Spring-bred swarms from Pakistan started arriving in Rajasthan earlier this month. As this is before the monsoon rains, they found dry conditions so they continued to move east in Rajasthan looking for green vegetation for food and shelter where they will mature and then lay eggs with the onset of the monsoon in about five weeks". What can it mean to crops in India?
At present, chances of crop damage are low given that farmers have already harvested their rabi crop. Orange growers in Maharashtra have expressed concern but as Gurjar said, the swarm in Maharashtra would be easy to control.
The bigger problem will come once the present swarms breed. An adult female locust lays 80-90 eggs thrice in her three-month life cycle. If left uncontrolled, a swarm can grow exponentially to 40-80 million locusts per square kilometre, Gurjar and others estimatee. The locusts will start laying eggs after the monsoon starts and continue breeding for two more months, with newer generations rising during the growth phase of the kharif crop.
Earlier this month, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar chaired a meeting to take stock of the situation. Control involves spraying insecticide on locusts’ night resting places like trees.