Brexit: How does Prime Minister get deal through Parliament? BelfastTelegraph.co.uk The Prime Minister will require a simple majority of the 650 MPs to vote in favour of her deal when it is put before Parliament. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/brexit-how-does-prime-minister-get-deal-through-parliament-37529130.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/article37423575.ece/caafb/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-10-16_opi_44943610_I1.JPG Email The Prime Minister will require a simple majority of the 650 MPs to vote in favour of her deal when it is put before Parliament. But this will prove anything but simple, and whether she can get enough MPs into the aye lobby is now arguably the biggest question in Brexit politics. Brexit has left both the Tories and Labour divided between those who support leaving and those who do not, and various nuanced factions in between. While there are 650 MPs, seven Sinn Fein MPs do not take their Westminster seats and the Speaker and his three … [Read more...] about Brexit: How does Prime Minister get deal through Parliament?
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You cannot always help who you fall in love with, and sometimes, the person may be quite older – or younger – than yourself. Naysayers may tell you it won’t work out; however, according to couples who are in such partnerships, there are ways to make it work. Read more:6 ways to make a relationship work if you’re not the same age as your partner “I have seen couples with significant age differences bridge that gap,” relationship expert Rachel A. Sussman, LCSW, told us. “They have to have a sense of humour and be comfortable discussing the pitfalls. I also think it works well when the younger partner is very mature for his/her age, and the older partner is playful and perhaps a bit immature.” Sussman, however, also said there is such a thing as too much of an age difference. “The more a couple has in common, the greater the likelihood they will last,” she said. “But when you’re looking at a 30-year or more age … [Read more...] about 10 real couples with a significant age difference share how they make their relationship work
By Daisuke Wakabayashi The New York Times Fri., Sept. 7, 2018 Online search and Google are synonymous. About 90 per cent of all searches on the web run through Google, giving the company an enormous role in directing the worldwide flow of information on the internet. Last week, U.S. President Donald Trump accused Google of abusing that power by intentionally suppressing positive stories about his administration. Trump’s assertions were discredited by search experts and even some vocal opponents of Google, but they spoke to a growing unease about the influence that tech companies have over what we see online. As the web has grown in size and complexity, the importance of Google Search has grown. A minor tweak to its algorithm can redirect huge amounts of web traffic. Still, not many people have a good understanding of how Google delivers search results. And for good reason — Google tries to keep it a secret. Here, we’ll explain how it works, and why … [Read more...] about How does Google Search work?
Does your advisor drive your company's value or drain it? Dave Chase Published 1:00 pm CDT, Thursday, July 19, 2018 Photo: Skynesher | Getty Images Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Skynesher | Getty Images Does Your Benefits Advisor Work for You or for the Insurance Industry? 3 Questions to Ask. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Company leaders don’t have a lot of allies in their constant battle against skyrocketing healthcare costs for their employees: And, if you're that leader, even the one person you see as your closest advisor might not even be on your side. Related: 5 Ways Employee Healthcare Benefits Can Do Wonders for an Organization This, of course, is your benefits advisor, and the reasons for this individual's divided loyalties may be that the entire healthcare system now … [Read more...] about Does Your Benefits Advisor Work for You or for the Insurance Industry? 3 Questions to Ask.
By now, most people have heard of MoviePass and its deal of a movie a day in theatres for the price of $US9.95 per month. In fact, there are multiplesubreddits dedicated to MoviePass. Even elitist moviegoers forego referencing Rotten Tomatoes for movie recommendations now that MoviePass has made the theatre experience financially accessible. Users of MoviePass ask about limitations of the subscription service from restrictions on theatre locations to whether or not users are allowed to see the same movie twice. There are actually few limitations of service which further poses the question, how does MoviePass make money? Mitch Lowe, CEO of MoviePass, sat down with Senior Correspondent Steve Kovach to discuss the MoviePass business model and the many ways MoviePass turns a profit. Following is a transcript of the video. Steve Kovach: It’s a service that sounds too good to be true. MoviePass, you pay 10 bucks a month, and you can watch pretty much unlimited movies in theatres. You … [Read more...] about How does MoviePass make money?