Yorkshire Water investors look to sell £4bn stakes

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December 3, 2017 Gill Plimmer Experimental feature Listen to this article Play audio for this article Pause Experimental feature Give us your feedback Thank you for your feedback. What do you think? I‘ll use it in the future I don‘t think I‘ll use it Please tell us why (optional) Send Feedback or Investors in Yorkshire Water are rushing to sell ...

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Noise-Canceling Noodle Fork Uses App to Drown Out Slurping Sounds–Watch, it Really Works

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This new piece of tableware sounds almost like something out of a Seinfeld episode – but it’s actually real. In order to address the loud slurping sounds that people make when enjoying a serving of noodles, a company has made an electronic fork that plays noise-canceling sounds through your phone whenever you make a loud slurping sound during your meal. ...

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6 Expert Tactics for Talking with Kids in Multiple Situations

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Parents talk to their kids a lot. In a single day, they can issue a multitude of instructions, orders and requests as they converse with their children. Rarely do they stop to wonder if their kids understand what they are saying. What most parents fail to realize is that their kids are constantly looking to them for cues on how ...

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Trump on Michael Flynn’s guilty plea: It’s a ‘shame’ because he had ‘nothing to hide’

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President Donald Trump, in his first comment on Michael Flynn’s guilty plea to lying to the FBI, said there was “absolutely no collusion” between his campaign and Russia. (Reuters) In his first public comments about Michael Flynn pleading guilty to lying to the FBI about his interactions with a Russian official, President Trump reiterated Saturday that his campaign did not collude with Russia ...

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When Food and Fashion Photography Meet

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The Festival International de la Photographie Culinaire is a creative event bringing two worlds together: food and photography. It’s “Le festival du Beau et du Bon“: the Festival of Beauty and Good. Since its first edition in 2009, the festival focus has been on current trends that are shaking up the world of gastronomy, making it an important rendez-vous for food ...

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Chloe Grace Moretz Gets Restraining Order Against 'Stalker'

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Chloe Grace Moretz ‘Stalker’ Came After Me and Brooklyn Beckham 12/1/2017 1:53 PM PST Exclusive Details Chloe Grace Moretz says a man she believes to be mentally ill is stalking her online and in person … and she needs legal protection. Chloe requested, and was granted, a restraining order against Terry Daniel Quick — and in the docs she says ...

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This Lego R/C Creation Is Just Plane Cool

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Most people are fascinated by flight. Some bring that fascination into their workshop to build their own flying machines. For Adam “ajw61185” Woodworth, that’s not enough — his R/C creations take whimsical aircraft and spacecraft and bring them to life as actual flying toys. His latest creation is the classic Lego airplane, scaled up 10x from the original’s wingspan of ...

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6 Proven Ways to Get That Promotion

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Pixabay.com Most people want to climb the corporate ladder. They want the recognition that they are a valuable employee, the increased say in company affairs and, naturally, the bigger paycheck that comes with a promotion. A lot of those people, however, feel that they have been passed over for a promotion that they ...

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Talking to Your Children about the Threat of Nuclear War

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On Nov. 29th, the Today Show reported on North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launch and then my 13-year-old son Tommy asked, “Is North Korea going to bomb us? Mom, is this going to be our last Christmas?” I was struck by Tommy’s intelligence and lack of innocence in his startling inquiry. I was born in 1963, the year after the Cuban Missile Crisis, ...

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'Snoopers' charter' changes put forward

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Communications services can be told to collect metadata The government has proposed changes to the Investigatory Powers Act (IPA) after accepting that some parts of it are “inconsistent with EU law”. The IPA governs the collection and use of communications data by law enforcement agencies. In December 2016, the Court of Justice of the ...

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