Queen's Speech: Queen's crown arrives in Palace of Westminster BBC News



The Queen is to set out the government’s agenda in the State Opening of Parliament, from 11:30
Legislation to take the UK out of the EU on 31 January will be among more than 20 bills announced
PM Boris Johnson says he wants to unite the UK and “level up” opportunity
The Brexit bill is set to come back before MPs on Friday

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Thursday’s State Opening – the second within two months – will see less pageantry than usual, as was the case the last time a snap election was held in 2017.

The Queen will travel by car from Buckingham Palace to Parliament, rather than by horse-drawn carriage.

She and the Prince of Wales, who has accompanied her since the Duke of Edinburgh retired from royal duties in 2017, will not wear ceremonial dress and there will be a reduced procession.

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Trump impeachment: What's Ukraine got to do with it? – BBC News



The impeachment trial of US President Donald Trump is about to begin.

While all the wrangling between Democrats and Republicans over this case has been based exclusively in Washington, the reason Mr Trump has been impeached lies thousands of miles away on another continent.

Paul Adams, BBC diplomatic correspondent, has been to Ukraine to find out why it is so closely-linked to the Trump trial.

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Why Talent Branding is Key to Your Recruiting Strategy

We find that Talent Branding plays a major part in how companies and brands are perceived. Organizations, like Glassdoor and others, are working to define the brand of many companies in the market today, but why would you want someone else making these important, even crucial, decisions for you and your company?

This “new” idea of Talent Branding has been kicked around for years. Some say it’s the overall look and feel of the company (including on-line); others say it’s the internal pulse on how people like or dislike the organization, and some even say it’s complete nonsense.

Our findings are that it is so important that your company’s livelihood might just depend on it. People can dictate the success or failure of an organization, so it’s safe to say that the attraction of the right talent to an organization is the catalyst for the final outcome, whatever that may be, for the overall company. The best recruitment, then, marries talent to brand.

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Molecular Instrument Sales

Clinical Diagnostics Sales / Molecular Capital Equipment Sales – Infectious Disease

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An industry leader in the business of Infectious Disease diagnostic instruments and reagents, this company is in search of its next President’s Club Award winning Sales Specialist in their Michigan territory.

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This position is responsible for selling clinical capital equipment in the Large Hospitals and reference laboratories in the assigned territory. The primary responsibilities for this position will be to grow the already current base of existing customers while continuing to maintain the current customer base.

The qualified candidate will be rewarded handsomely for their effort, as the total package will include a base and commission plan, company car allowance, computer, mobile telephone, paid vacation and access to a company 401k program.

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Sachin Tendulkar 'Little Master' Interview



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The man considered by many to be the greatest batsman of all time, Sachin Tendulkar, has told the BBC his century against England in 2008 was the best of his career. Just to warn you there is some flash photography coming up. Tendulkar retired from the sport last year having become the first man to score 100 international centuries. He’s just published his autobiography detailing a career that spanned more than twenty years. He says his century in Chennai meant a lot as it came just after the Mumbai terror attacks.

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US & Cuba: A turbulent relationship



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Paul Adams looks back on the turbulent relationship between the USA and Cuba. President Obama has made a major announcement signalling a significant change in US policy towards Cuba. President He’s announced a normalising of relations after more than 50 years of distrust and hostility. It means a relaxation of the travel ban between the two countries, the formal opening of embassies and the lifting of the trade embargo
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Full Documentary: Dying to report – BBC News



After war zones, Mexico is the deadliest place to be a journalist. 2017 was a record year for the number of reporters murdered covering drug-related crime and corruption. Dying to Report tells the story of two Mexican journalists who risked all to reveal the truth about the powerful drug cartels and their links to politics.

Filmed, produced and directed by Almudena Garcia-Parrado

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Kartarpur: Temple of hope between India and Pakistan – BBC News



Parminder Singh Sandu from Amritsar in India wanted to visit Kartarpur temple in Pakistan all his life. A new crossing created a corridor leading to one of the holiest sites in the Sikh religion. The BBC travelled with him to document the journey and what it meant to him. Video by the BBC’s Vikas Pandey and Anshul Verma.

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Greece wildfires: '60 dead' in holiday area – BBC News



At least 60 people have reportedly died in wildfires in the Attica region around Athens, in Greece’s worst fire crisis in more than a decade.
A local official gave the death toll to local media after fire devastated the seaside village of Mati.
Rescuers found the bodies of 26 adults and children who apparently hugged each other as they died, trapped by the inferno just metres from the sea.
Many calls have been made to the rescue services looking for missing persons.
As part of a huge rescue effort, emergency workers used boats and helicopters to evacuate a beach.

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Queen's Speech: Monarch outlines PM's Brexit and NHS agenda – BBC News



The Queen is setting out the Conservative government’s agenda for the year ahead, following last week’s decisive election win.

Legislation to take the UK out of the EU on 31 January is among more than 30 bills being announced during Thursday’s State Opening of Parliament.

Other measures include guarantees on extra health service funding and longer sentences for violent criminals.

PM Boris Johnson says he wants to unite the UK and “level up” opportunity.

Downing Street said an ambitious programme of “far-reaching” domestic reforms would be put before MPs, with education and infrastructure among other priorities.

But Labour said the government would be judged on how far it made up for “years of underfunding” of the health service and, so far, its proposals fell short of what was needed to deal with rising waiting times and staff vacancies.

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