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This is a lesson by Chris. Please read below and enable captions. Title: Cambridge Rainbow vegetarian cafe does not accept new £5 note (Original article changed by Chris) Vocabulary New £5 note (slang: fiver) Currency (noun): money Animal products (noun): material made from parts of dead animals Policy (noun): rules made by a company Tallow (noun): a type of animal fat (animal product) Bank of England: England’s central bank which controls our money Ethical (adjective): someone or something that acts in the right way (with ethics) Mystified (adjective): very confused Repulsive (adjective): disgusting Cambridge Rainbow vegetarian cafe does not accept new £5 note A vegetarian cafe is refusing to accept the new £5 note after it emerged the currency contains animal products. The owner of t...
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Session 2: What went before? What legal responses have there been in other countries, and what can be learnt from these about the prospects, requirements and effect of any new law? Professor Bernt Hugenholtz (University of Amsterdam) chairs a panel discussing these issues, comprised of Professor Michael Grünberger (University Bäyreuth), Professor Raquel Xalabarder (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya), Søren Christian Søborg Andersen (Horten), and Chris Beall (LSKS Law) Slides for this session are available at: - Professor Raquel Xalabarder: http://resources.law.cam.ac.uk/cipil/documents/copyright_related_rights_and_the_news_in_the_eu/Xalabarder_2016_News_IVIR.pdf - Professor Michael Grünberger: http://resources.law.cam.ac.uk/cipil/documents/copyright_related_rights_and_the_news_in_the_eu/G...
Cambridge. Photo newspaper cutting and list of crew on file: Sarah Barstow, Anne Bloomer, Ruth Richardson, Elizabeth Mount, Sue Thompson, Marion Rogers, Ann Glithero, Anne Hull, Heather Wallis, (coaches) Canon J Noel Duckworth, Michael Miller, Keith Tovey. SV. The Oxford crew putting their bat into the water. SV. One of the Oxford crew. SV. The girls getting into boat. CU. One of the Oxford crew. SV. The Oxford captain spins the coin and Cambridge Captain calls wrongly. SV. The Cambridge girls getting into their boat. CU. One of the Cambridge girls. SV. Cambridge boat in mid-stream. GV. The start with Cambridge on left of picture. GV. The Oxford crew getting into difficulties. GV. The Oxford crew in foreground with the Cambridge crew now well in front. LV. The Cambridge crew. Pan to ...
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An eye-opening talk... Professor Simon Peyton Jones, Microsoft Research, gives a guest lecture on writing. Seven simple suggestions: don't wait - write, identify your key idea, tell a story, nail your contributions, put related work at the end, put your readers first, listen to your readers. Abstract of the talk Professor Simon Peyton Jones, Microsoft Research, gives a guest lecture on writing. Seven simple suggestions: don't wait - write, identify your key idea, tell a story, nail your contributions, put related work at the end, put your readers first, listen to your readers. Prof. Peyton Jones' lecture contained a lot of question and answer sessions with the audience. These have been removed from this video, cutting the original 50 minute lecture down to 30 minutes.
Session 1: Why are we here? What problems face news publishers? Why is this important? Why might we expect a new European copyright or related law to help resolve them? Professor Ian Hargreaves (University of Cardiff) chairs a panel discussing these issues, comprised of Dr Richard Danbury (University of Cambridge), Professor Dr Jan Hegemann (Raue LLP), Matt Rogerson (The Guardian), Andrew J Hughes (NLA Media Access, speaking in a personal capacity), Mark Seeley (RELX). Slides for this session are available at: http://resources.law.cam.ac.uk/cipil/documents/copyright_related_rights_and_the_news_in_the_eu/slidesNewsCopyrightconference(v.1).pdf This is a recording of a conference entitled "Conference: Copyright, related rights and the news in the EU: Assessing potential new laws" held on...
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Each year Cambridge and Oxford Universities organise a series of joint conferences for Year 12 (or equivalent) students and their teachers/HE advisers. The conferences are normally held in March/April in locations across the UK and are designed to provide up-to-date information on courses available, the application and admissions procedures and student life at both universities. Admissions Tutors, academic staff and current undergraduate students will be on hand to answer any questions.
The University of Cambridge (informally known as Cambridge University or simply as Cambridge) is a public research university located in Cambridge, England, United Kingdom. It is the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world (after the University of Oxford), and the fourth-oldest surviving university in the world. In post-nominals the university's name is abbreviated as Cantab, a shortened form of Cantabrigiensis (an adjective derived from Cantabrigia, the Latinised form of Cambridge). The university grew out of an association of scholars that was formed in 1209, early records suggest, by scholars leaving Oxford after a dispute with townsfolk. The two "ancient universities" have many common features and are often jointly referred to as Oxbridge. In addition to cultural and p...
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Katie Hopkins, Television Personality and Newspaper Columnist. After competing in the 2007 series of The Apprentice, Hopkins is now best known as a columnist for The Sun and the Daily Mail, and for her controversial comments about migrants, race and class. She has since appeared on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, Celebrity Big Brother, and Question Time. Hopkins pledged support for US President Donald Trump in December 2015, and has defended his suggestion to ban all Muslims from entering the USA. She has also dabbled in European politics, standing as a candidate in the 2009 European Parliamentary election as an independent candidate for South West England.
Duchess of Cambridge STUNS in unusual dress and 60s style makeup in Poland KATE MIDDLETON, the Duchess of Cambridge, attended the Queen's Birthday Party in the Orangery in Lazienki Park in Warsaw, Poland with her husband Prince William. Please support growing channel by the press Subcribe WORLD NEWS here: https://goo.gl/Wd2rhf Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/) Very excited to partner with other electronic newspaper pages. Thanks you for watching