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Day: November 13, 2018

The 6 tricks I use to get more done in less time while working from home
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The 6 tricks I use to get more done in less time while working from home

    While more and more companies are opting to allow employees to telecommute a wise decision considering the productivity boost that can result working from home isn't for everyone. I've been doing it for nearly 10 years, and honestly, I can't imagine ever returning to a traditional office environment. Still, it's easy to get distracted when you're effectively your own boss when it comes to time management. Since no one's clocking my productivity, it's up to me to ensure everything gets done promptly and at a high level of quality. Here's how I keep myself focused and disciplined while working from home. Number of EU nationals working in UK falls sharply It was the biggest such fall in two decades and builds on a decline which was already being seen earlier thi...
Deal or no deal: How could Brexit play out
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Deal or no deal: How could Brexit play out

    As the clock ticks towards exit day, Theresa May is battling to agree a Brexit deal with the European Union and steer it through parliament in time. British politics is in uncharted territory, so predicting with a high degree of certainty how the next few months will pan out is risky. Think of it like a chaotic game of chess. One move in either direction could throw the entire board into turmoil and completely alter what follows. There are myriad of outcomes, but here's a broad overview of how things could go between now and Brexit day in March. Senior UK and EU officials remain locked in negotiations to try and reach an agreement with both sides continuing their talks until 2.45am on Monday. Downing Street said substantial issues over the Irish border backstop t...
Brexit talks in the endgame: Theresa May declares
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Brexit talks in the endgame: Theresa May declares

    Brexit negotiations with Brussels are now in the endgame, Theresa May has declared, amid predictions that a deal could be imminent. The prime minister said talks between UK and European negotiators have been going on through the night in a bid to break the Brexit deadlock. And, with Brexiteers in her cabinet and on the Tory backbenches threatening mutiny, the PM also promised no compromise on the 2016 referendum result or agreement at any cost. The embattled PM's latest attempt to placate the warring factions in the Conservative Party came in a speech at the annual Lord Mayor's Banquet in the City of London. In what is traditionally a major foreign policy speech, she also called for improved relations with Russia after this year's Salisbury poisonings and a series...
Prince Harry tops most popular royal list
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Prince Harry tops most popular royal list

    The Duke of Sussex is the most popular royal with the British public, according to a new poll. Some 77% of people have a positive opinion of Harry, who is expecting his first child with his wife the Duchess of Sussex. The duke, who is sixth in line to the throne, is followed by the Queen who is in second place with 74%, and the Duke of Cambridge, who is third with 73%. Harry is described by his fans as admirable, likeable, humorous, fun-loving and genuine, the YouGov survey said. Future king the Prince of Wales, who celebrates his 70th birthday this week, is in seventh position in the ranking of royals. Almost half of the nation 48% have a positive opinion of the heir to the throne. Charles is behind his daughters-in-law and his father. The Duchess of Cambridge...
News Brief: Bangladesh High Commission London
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News Brief: Bangladesh High Commission London

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina extended thanks to all political parties for their decision to take part in the upcoming polls. The Premier conveyed her felicitations while chairing a meeting of Awami League Parliamentary Nomination Board at the AL’s central office at Bangabandhu Avenue in Dhaka yesterday. The Premier said, the government would remain careful so that everybody could get equal opportunity in the participatory election. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said, her government is aimed at ensuring the fairness of the upcoming elections to strengthen the democracy and intensify the development process. The Premier said this as the Bangladesh Awami Jubo League leaders and workers called on her on the occasion of the front’s 46th founding anniversary at Ganabhaban yesterday. Chief E...