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Keir Starmer's '10 principles' for power leave out left-wing campaign pledges
Keir Starmer has unveiled "10 key principles" behind his pitch for power, but omitted many of the left-wing pledges that helped win him the Labour leadership.
Facebook tries to burnish its image by distancing Zuckerberg, upping marketing spending and restricting researchers - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief executive, signed off last month on a new initiative code-named Project Amplify.
Storage for unstructured big data should be part of a company's strategy
For many IT organizations, data storage is an afterthought and not a strategic concern. However, when it comes to big data management, storage should occupy center stage.
Labour will build a better Britain for working people | Keir Starmer
ur country stands at a crossroads. The Tory government has shown what it offers working people - tax hikes for pie in the sky plans.
Keir Starmer essay sets Labour on course for centre ground
Keir Starmer has set Labour on a decisive course toward the centre ground in a 35-page statement of intent that emphasises the values of hard work, contributing to society and partnership with the private sector.
Ontario NDP apologizes for ad that mistook Tory legislators for each other | CBC News
Ontario's New Democrats have apologized for a social media advertisement that mistook one Progressive Conservative legislator for another.
One Style for All: The Complexity of Mexican Lagers and Latinx People in the Brewing Industry | CraftBeer.com
My parents didn't drink much when I was growing up.
East New York man charged with killing of four-year-old boy * Brooklyn Paper
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Some activists say that Biden's new plan for donating vaccines is not enough.
When President Biden announced in June that the United States would buy 500 million Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine doses for poorer nations, there was a gaping hole in his plan: To fund it, the administration quietly diverted hundreds of millions of dollars that had already been promised to countries for helping to get shots into people's arms.
Scotland proposes warnings for some class A drug users
Individuals caught in possession of class A drugs in Scotland could be issued with a police warning rather than facing prosecution, in a significant policy shift announced by the country's new lord advocate as a direct response to the ongoing drug death crisis.