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  • Reasons to fix the problem.... The Congressional Budget Office has come out with a report that says, premiums would jump 20% next year if Trump cuts off Obamacare funds to insurers. The premiums would jump to 25% by 2020.

    Congressional Budget Office: Premiums would jump 20% if Trump payments cut

    Reasons to fix the problem.... The Congressional Budget Office has come out with a report that says, premiums would jump 20% next year if Trump cuts off Obamacare funds to insurers. The premiums would jump to 25% by 2020.
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  • A proposed change to the summer transfer window for Premier League clubs could see an end to the mad dash for signings with the new season already under way.With England's top-flight clubs reportedly pushing for the window to be shut before the campaign starts, Press Association Sport casts an eye back to consider some of the biggest moves which would not have gone through had the new proposals been in place 12 months ago.SHKODRAN MUSTAFIGermany defender Mustafi joined Arsenal in a £35million switch from Valencia on August 29, on the same day that Deportivo la Coruna striker Lucas Perez headed for the Emirates Stadium. Mustafi made his Premier League debut in a 2-1 home victory over Southampton on September 10, the first of 37 appearances last season.DAVID LUIZBrazilian Luiz completed a shock £34million return to former club Chelsea from Paris St Germain as the Blues splashed out the best part of £60million on defenders - Marcos Alonso arrived as well - on August 31. Luiz, wh..

    5 transfers that would not have happened if new proposals had been in place

    A proposed change to the summer transfer window for Premier League clubs could see an end to the mad dash for signings with the new season already under way.With England's top-flight clubs reportedly pushing for the window to be shut before the campaign starts, Press Association Sport casts an eye back to consider some of the biggest moves which would not have gone through had the new proposals been in place 12 months ago.SHKODRAN MUSTAFIGermany defender Mustafi joined Arsenal in a £35million switch from Valencia on August 29, on the same day that Deportivo la Coruna striker Lucas Perez headed for the Emirates Stadium. Mustafi made his Premier League debut in a 2-1 home victory over Southampton on September 10, the first of 37 appearances last season.DAVID LUIZBrazilian Luiz completed a shock £34million return to former club Chelsea from Paris St Germain as the Blues splashed out the best part of £60million on defenders - Marcos Alonso arrived as well - on August 31. Luiz, wh..
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  • DronesDirect, a British online retailer, is reportedly releasing an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed to walk your dog. This drone will be based on DJI's Phantom 4 drone, and will apparently cost around £2,000, or ca. $2,600. According to The Sun, the drone will have a retractable leash embedded and obstacle-detection technology as to avoid any accidents involving your pet.First of all, this sounds equal parts preposterous and shockingly unsurprising. We've seen how drone culture has grown and spread into all sorts of everyday activities, from drone surfing to mobile billboards to tree planting. Why not dog walking? Surely, this would allow for vast amounts of 20-somethings to kick back while their DJI Phantom 4 does all the work. It really wouldn't be that surprising to see dozens of drones walking dogs in parks all over Brooklyn.Now, The Sun may not be the most reputable newspaper in the world, but it seems as though it has done its research, garnering some conv..

    Would You Trust A Dog-Walking Drone?

    DronesDirect, a British online retailer, is reportedly releasing an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed to walk your dog. This drone will be based on DJI's Phantom 4 drone, and will apparently cost around £2,000, or ca. $2,600. According to The Sun, the drone will have a retractable leash embedded and obstacle-detection technology as to avoid any accidents involving your pet.First of all, this sounds equal parts preposterous and shockingly unsurprising. We've seen how drone culture has grown and spread into all sorts of everyday activities, from drone surfing to mobile billboards to tree planting. Why not dog walking? Surely, this would allow for vast amounts of 20-somethings to kick back while their DJI Phantom 4 does all the work. It really wouldn't be that surprising to see dozens of drones walking dogs in parks all over Brooklyn.Now, The Sun may not be the most reputable newspaper in the world, but it seems as though it has done its research, garnering some conv..
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  • Image copyright Reuters Image caption Donald Trump bought the Turnberry golf course in Ayrshire in 2014 US President Donald Trump has suggested that Scottish independence would be "terrible", voicing fears about the future of the Open golf championship.In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Mr Trump pondered whether Scotland would "go for the vote".He said that this "would be terrible", adding: "They just went through hell."The president then noted that "they'd no longer have the British Open" golf championship, saying: "Scotland. Keep it in Scotland."SNP MP Angus MacNeil suggested that Mr Trump's comments would actually be a boost for the cause, writing on Twitter: "Goodness, Scottish independence must have a whole raft of new global supporters as Donald Trump says 'bad'." Donald Trump's uneasy relationship with ScotlandMr Trump's interview with the Wall Street Journal, a transcript of which was released by Politico, also discussed the UK&#039..

    Trump: Scottish independence vote ‘would be terrible’

    Image copyright Reuters Image caption Donald Trump bought the Turnberry golf course in Ayrshire in 2014 US President Donald Trump has suggested that Scottish independence would be "terrible", voicing fears about the future of the Open golf championship.In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Mr Trump pondered whether Scotland would "go for the vote".He said that this "would be terrible", adding: "They just went through hell."The president then noted that "they'd no longer have the British Open" golf championship, saying: "Scotland. Keep it in Scotland."SNP MP Angus MacNeil suggested that Mr Trump's comments would actually be a boost for the cause, writing on Twitter: "Goodness, Scottish independence must have a whole raft of new global supporters as Donald Trump says 'bad'." Donald Trump's uneasy relationship with ScotlandMr Trump's interview with the Wall Street Journal, a transcript of which was released by Politico, also discussed the UK&#039..
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  • Image copyright Getty Images Business leaders and politicians asked former Foreign Secretary William Hague how the UK would "get round" the EU referendum result, he has revealed.In the Daily Telegraph, Lord Hague said he was asked the question "for months... everywhere I went abroad".He said he explained to them that "this really is a democracy".Lord Hague also backed a "transitional" withdrawal from the EU - as proposed by Chancellor Philip Hammond - saying it had "immense attractions".'Message got through'Lord Hague - who campaigned to remain in the EU - stood down as foreign secretary in 2014, and left the House of Commons in 2015. He wrote in Tuesday's Telegraph: "The electorate voted to leave the EU, and therefore we leave."What is more, the number of people who voted to do so was higher than the number of votes cast for any government in our history."To me and many of my former colleagues in government who preferred to remain, the argument was over."In the ..

    World leaders asked how UK would ‘get round’ Brexit, says Hague

    Image copyright Getty Images Business leaders and politicians asked former Foreign Secretary William Hague how the UK would "get round" the EU referendum result, he has revealed.In the Daily Telegraph, Lord Hague said he was asked the question "for months... everywhere I went abroad".He said he explained to them that "this really is a democracy".Lord Hague also backed a "transitional" withdrawal from the EU - as proposed by Chancellor Philip Hammond - saying it had "immense attractions".'Message got through'Lord Hague - who campaigned to remain in the EU - stood down as foreign secretary in 2014, and left the House of Commons in 2015. He wrote in Tuesday's Telegraph: "The electorate voted to leave the EU, and therefore we leave."What is more, the number of people who voted to do so was higher than the number of votes cast for any government in our history."To me and many of my former colleagues in government who preferred to remain, the argument was over."In the ..
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  • The Rossoneri's expensive transfer-window recruitment means that the Champions League is a minimum target this season, according to their manager Vincenzo Montella recognises that failing to qualify for the Champions League would be "damaging" for a new-look AC Milan, both economically and to ..

    No Champions League would be damaging for new-look AC Milan – Montella

    The Rossoneri's expensive transfer-window recruitment means that the Champions League is a minimum target this season, according to their manager Vincenzo Montella recognises that failing to qualify for the Champions League would be "damaging" for a new-look AC Milan, both economically and to ..
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  • The Brazil international's future remains up in the air and PSG's players would love for him to join Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Thiago Motta has said that the club would love to sign Neymar from Barcelona. Get PSG 1/4 to win Ligue 1 The Brazil international striker is currently in ..

    PSG would ‘welcome Neymar with open arms’ – Thiago Motta would love €222m transfer

    The Brazil international's future remains up in the air and PSG's players would love for him to join Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Thiago Motta has said that the club would love to sign Neymar from Barcelona. Get PSG 1/4 to win Ligue 1 The Brazil international striker is currently in ..
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  • The Chelsea boss praised the Tottenham striker, but conceded it would cost at least £100 million to sign him Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has praised Harry Kane, saying if he could buy any striker in the world, it would be the Tottenham man. The 23-year-old Kane nearly averaged a goal a game last..

    ‘If I had to buy one striker, I would go to Harry Kane’ – Conte

    The Chelsea boss praised the Tottenham striker, but conceded it would cost at least £100 million to sign him Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has praised Harry Kane, saying if he could buy any striker in the world, it would be the Tottenham man. The 23-year-old Kane nearly averaged a goal a game last..
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  • Coming off a strong showing with the U.S. national team, the forward was dealt to the Lions in an MLS record-breaking blockbuster deal Why would Sporting Kansas City trade MLS All-Star and U.S. national team forward Dom Dwyer for an MLS-record pile of allocation money? The wheels began turning on D..

    Why would Sporting KC trade Dom Dwyer to Orlando City after U.S. breakout?

    Coming off a strong showing with the U.S. national team, the forward was dealt to the Lions in an MLS record-breaking blockbuster deal Why would Sporting Kansas City trade MLS All-Star and U.S. national team forward Dom Dwyer for an MLS-record pile of allocation money? The wheels began turning on D..
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