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Mauricio Pochettino rubbishes claims that Christian Eriksen's performances have waned

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The Denmark international made it clear that he wished to leave the north London club last summer, but there were no offers forthcoming. He has scored just once in the Premier League this term.
          

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Wie jeden 5. des Monats fragt Frau Brüllen in die Runde: Was machst Du eigentlich den ganzen Tag?" oder kurz und einprägsam #WMDEDGT? Das letzte Mal habe ich den 5. völlig vergessen, dieses Mal sind wir wieder dabei mit ganz normalem Schul-, Arbeits- und Familienalltag.

Zum Einstieg absolut beschxxx geschlafen, immer wieder wach gewesen, aber auch immer wieder eingeschlafen, so dass ich es hoffentlich doch irgendwie produktiv durch den Tag schaffe. Schauen wir mal.

6:15 Uhr war ich eh schon wach, mein Wecker klingelt normalerweise um 6:30 Uhr, ilfiglios Unterricht beginnt um 7:15 Uhr, daher ist er schon auf den Beinen. Dann die übliche Morgenroutine mit Geld für Mittagessen austeilen, Mittagessen für Tertia kochen und in die Thermos-Dose füllen, Vesperboxen richten, für Tertia auch Frühstück machen, Katze reinlassen und füttern. Alles schön hintereinander gestaffelt, das macht den Morgen erträglich. Kurz Überlegung, ob ich mich einfach wieder ins Bett lege und versuche noch etwas Schlaf herauszuholen, aber ich denke es geht so.

7:45 Uhr alle Kinder aus dem Haus, einmal durchatmen, Kaffee, online Zeitungen lesen und schauen, was meine Agenturen und Bilder so machen, chatten mit der Frau Kollegin.
Irgendwie ist es aber arg kalt in der Wohnung, das Thermometer im Flur zeigt 16°C an, das ist dann doch recht wenig, noch haben sich die Heizung und ich für diesen Winter nicht eingespielt (für den Haupt-Öl-Ofen gibt es ein Thermostat im Esszimmer, aber irgendwie scheint das nicht mehr so richtig zu funktionieren und so muss man es eben per Hand immer mal wieder anstupsen (oder runter drehen), und alles andere funktioniert eh per Hand ... wobei wir über gerade über Steckdosenthermostate nachdenken ...), Esszimmer 18°C, mein Arbeitszimmer 17°C ...

9:15 Uhr kurzen Sport gemacht (ich spekuliere auf einen längeren Marsch durch den Wald am Nachmittag, da Tertia heute bei ihrer Freundin ist), Spülmaschine läuft, nach Ideen für die heutigen Food-Fotos gesucht, mich nochmal kurz über mobile Kassensysteme informiert (wir brauchen ab nächstem Jahr für die Crêperie und die Märkte usw. unbedingt so ein Finanzamt konformes Kassensystem und es sieht nach einer Apple-Lösung aus, was mich natürlich sehr freut) und jetzt sitze ich an meinem Schreibtisch in der Sonne und mag gar nicht mehr aufstehen (Sonne! Licht! Wärme!)

9:45 Uhr Emails geschrieben, was gefrühstückt, Email von "meinem Chef" bekommen, ob ich Ende März drei Tage Schokoladenmarkt in Neuwied (googelt den Ort ... okay, der ist nicht da, wo M. denkt, dass er ist, nämlich in der Nähe meiner Eltern, ich brauche ja einen günstigen Schlafplatz) machen möchte ... schrieb ich gestern was von dann wird mich nie wieder was - crêpetechnisch - aus der Ruhe bringen *uah* jetzt einkaufen und nachdenken, wie das zu machen wäre.

13 Uhr so langsam merke ich die kurze, gestückelte Nacht .. ich war einkaufen, habe mich mal wieder über Metro, Real und den schleppenden Verkauf der Sparte aufgeregt, denn seit klar ist, dass sich Metro von Real trennen will sinkt das eh schon nicht sehr hohe Niveau "unseres" Reals immer weiter ab, das Personal wird ständig ausgetauscht (bis ein paar vermutlich unkündbare Stammkräfte), vor 10 Uhr brauche ich dort gar nicht erst erscheinen, weil - zumindest gefühlt, wissen kann ich es ja nicht - vorher eh nur das Gemüse/Obst vom Tag vorher herumliegt, das dann auch nciht mehr fotogen ist. Inzwischen, der Verkauf wurde ja noch einmal verschoben/abgesagt, fehlen immer mal wieder ganze Regalmeter Waren (jedenfalls vor 11 Uhr und nach 16 Uhr, dazwischen bin ich selten da) und somit wurde aus meiner geplanten Gelbe-Linsen-Suppe nichts, weil es weder Gelbe Linsen noch Kokosmilch gab. Ich könnte natürlich ans andere Ende der Stadt zu einem anderen Supermarkt fahren, aber hey ... können die das endlich mal über die Bühne bringen, damit man weiß, wie es weiter geht usw.

Also habe ich spontan umdisponiert und die Reste der Kürbis-Ravioli-Füllung von letzter Woche in Kürbis-Hummus umgewandelt ... Fotos gemacht, verschiedene Untergründe benutzt, verschiedene Schüsseln und verschiedene "toppings", so dass man das auch an unterschiedliche Agenturen geben kann (ähnliche Bilder dürfen immer nur zu einer Agentur, wenn eine Agentur also Bilder aus einer Serie ablehnt, kann ich die restlichen Bilder nicht irgendwo anders noch mal anbieten, daher immer schön unterschiedlich). Jetzt Bilder bearbeiten und hochladen.




15 Uhr Bilder bearbeitet, immerhin schon zu einer Agentur hochladen, ich bin eigentlich viel zu müde zum Arbeiten, also kurzes Ausruhen, dann kurzer Chat mit meiner Schwägerin über Kindergarten-Fotografie (die Bilder von meiner Nichte sind .. nun ja ...), den heutigen Beitrag für den Instagram-Account der Crêperie gemacht, ist auch alles noch ausbaufähig, aber so müde wie ich bin sicher nicht heute ... Noch geschickt schnell zwei Bücher bestellt - für Kindergeburtstage - die morgen dann Silencia nach Hause ausfahren darf und festgestellt, dass es bei Agentur 1 endlich mit der Verschlagwortung der Bilder weiter geht (war ich früher noch sehr angetan davon, dass ich meine Bilder nicht wie bei Agentur 2 selbst verschlagworten muss, bin ich inzwischen so erfahren, dass ich lieber selbst verschlagworte als zum - gefühlt - hundertstens Mal der Verschlagwortung schreiben zu müssen, dass das Einmachgals im Englischen nicht GLAS sonder JAR heisst, oder es eben TURMERIC statt Kurkuma heisst und bitte, bitte mein Kachel-Untergrund ist sicher kein FUSSBODEN!! - und dafür brauchen sie dann im Moment auch noch drei Monate ... sprich drei Monate lang können die Bilder weder direkt bei der Agentur gefunden werden noch an all die Partneragenturen weiter gegeben werden. Danke schön auch. Aha, immerhin kennen sie jetzt squash ...)

17:30 Uhr mir den Luxus einer fast 1,5 Stunden Wanderung durch Wiesen und Wald gegönnt, eigentlich bräuchte ich das mindestens jeden zweiten Tag, aber zeitlich haut das natürlich überhaupt nicht hin, schon gar nicht im Winter, wenn es um 17:30 Uhr dann schon zappenduster ist.



(unverzichtbar ...)


In der Zwischenzeit hat sowohl Agentur 1 meine Bilder ediert als auch Agentur 2 (Bilder von gestern), hat der Haushalt sich leider nicht von alleine erledigt, ist Silencia von der Schule ach Hause gekommen und ilfiglio schon fast wieder auf dem Weg zum Fußballtraining. Tertia ist noch bei ihrer Freundin, dummerweise mit dem Roller (d.h. ohne Licht) und im Nachbardorf (Verbindungs"straße" ist ein asphaltierter Feldweg völlig ohne Beleuchtung), also werde ich sie nachher einsammeln müssen.

18:30 Uhr mit miomarito telefoniert, diskutiert, wen wir morgen zur Anti-AfD-Demo schicken, da wir beide nicht können, außerdem wie groß die Wahrscheinlichkeit ist, dass miomarito Ende März angesichts der bevorstehenden Ausstellungseröffnung (noch mal Werbung ;-)) vielleicht mal seinen Homeoffice Tag gestrichen bekommt, damit ich weiß, wie ich dann meinen eventuellen Neuwied-ChocolART-Trip organisieren muss. Mit dem Vater von Tertias Freundin telefoniert, dass die beiden noch den Kindergeburtstag des Jüngsten mit zu Ende feiern wollen und man mich anruft, wenn ich abholen soll, Fotosachen weggeräumt, Küche aufgeräumt, heute Abend gibt es Kässpätzle, das geht schnell (selbstgemachte Spätzle gibt es nur am Wochenende).
Ilfiglio ist schon wieder da, die Deutsche Bahn hat wegen eines Unfalles hier den Regionalverkehr eingestellt, also kommt er nicht zum Training ...

20:45 Uhr okay, heute hat sich alles etwas nach hinten geschoben, um kurz nach 19 Uhr kam der Anruf, ich könne jetzt Tertia abholen und weil es schnell gehen musste, ging's dann mit dem Auto ins Nachbardorf, aber das kann so eigentlich nicht sein, irgendwie muss Tertia da in Zukunft aufs Fahrrad wechseln. Zu Hause dann Kässpätzle, Tertia isst Unmengen, vielleicht fängt sie jetzt langsam mal an zu wachsen ;-) Tertia telefoniert noch schnell mit miomarito, der noch im Büro ist und sich am Telefon genauso müde anhört wie ich mich jetzt fühle - daher bearbeite ich jetzt keine Bilder mehr, sondern falle demnächst brav um ins Bett und schaue vielleicht noch eine Folge Queer Eye in Japan (So viel zu kein Zuckerguss mehr ;-)).

Alle anderen Tagebuchblogger gibt es hier bei Frau Brüllen.

          

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OA 263: Stig Brodersen - Founder of We Study Billionaires

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Outsourcing podcast

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Stig Brodersen

Today I am super excited to be joined by Stig Brodersen of the 'We Study Billionaires' podcast. Their podcast has over 13 million downloads. It ranks number one for investment podcast, and their tip community has a huge following across the globe. Stig lives in Denmark and his co host Preston lives in the US. However, their entire production team is based here in the Philippines, which makes me really proud that such a high calibre podcast is not only being produced but pretty much run from here in the Philippines. So Stig is here in Manila, visiting his team and holding a few meetups with their tip community. I took this opportunity to explore his thoughts on Philippines outsourcing and for Stig to share some of his own experiences with outsourcing for his burgeoning media empire.

 

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PhD Defence by Kabir Hossain

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What is it worth? Impact assessment of urban renewal and protection of cultural heritage

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What is it worth? Impact assessment of urban renewal and protection of cultural heritage

Lautrup, M. & Matthiesen, L. L., 23 Aug 2019. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceConference abstract for conferenceCommunication

Original languageEnglish
Publication date23 Aug 2019
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 23 Aug 2019
EventMiljøøkonomiske Konference 2019 - Skodsborg Kurhotel , Denmark
Duration: 22 Aug 201923 Aug 2019
https://dors.dk/konference

Conference

ConferenceMiljøøkonomiske Konference 2019
LocationSkodsborg Kurhotel
CountryDenmark
Period22/08/201923/08/2019
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“It’s just people who wrote that in a book”: Negotiation of heritage knowledge among the Moravian Brethren in Christiansfeld, Denmark

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Original languageEnglish
Publication date2019
Publication statusUnpublished - 2019
Event“Heritage Across Borders - Association of Critical Heritage Studies, 4th Biennial Conference” - Zhejiang University , Hangzhou, China
Duration: 1 Sep 20186 Sep 2018

Conference

Conference“Heritage Across Borders - Association of Critical Heritage Studies, 4th Biennial Conference”
LocationZhejiang University
CountryChina
CityHangzhou
Period01/09/201806/09/2018

          

P- and SH-wave seismic imaging of the Chalk Group: Aspects of Acquisition and Interpretation

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P- and SH-wave seismic imaging of the Chalk Group: Aspects of Acquisition and Interpretation

Kammann, J., Sep 2019, 128 p.

Research output: Book/ReportPh.D. thesisResearch

The Danish Chalk Group has been of great commercial interest for decades due to offshore hydrocarbon reservoirs in the Danish North Sea. This PhD thesis aims to gain a deeper understanding of rock physical parameters and geological structures of the Chalk Group that are determining for the seismic imaging, and investigate the distribution of the rock physical parameters in the Chalk Group. To achieve an understanding of small-scale changes within the Chalk Group, I use high-resolution P- and SH- wave onshore reflection seismic profiles with a close tie to outcrops and boreholes. The main field site is located at the Stevns peninsula in eastern Denmark. A set of P and SH-wave seismic data were acquired at the same locality and with similarly dense receiver setups. The P-wave profile was acquired with a 45-kg accelerated weight drop impulse source,while the SH-wave profile was acquired with a small seismic shaker source. A close tie to the Stevns-1 borehole provides excellent control on lithological and facies changes down to about 440m depth. Integration of the P-wave profile and the borehole information shows reflectivity strength and continuity dependencies of clay content, but no dependency of the presence of flintbands. For the first time, it was also possible to image fine layering in the perceived clean chalk member (Hvidskud) and outcrop-scale mound structures within the Danian and Upper Maastrichtian succession. The SH-wave data set shows good data quality and correlates well to the P-wave data in the most prominent reflections. The upper 200 m are significantly better resolved in the SH-wave profile and offer more detail of the near surface layering and faulting. When calculating VP/VS based on different correlated reflection horizons across the profiles, it becomes apparent that lateral changes appear to be weak whereas vertical changes correlate with changes in reflectivity strength. This observation is consistent when comparing to outcrop scale variability of porosity and density in the upper 40 m of the Danian and Maastrichtian chalk. Variations with depth align with changes in neutron porosity in the clean chalk units from wireline log data. In areas where the chalk is near the surface, compressional vibro-seis data suffer from unusually high S-wave energy. Contrary to this observation, impulse source surveys and SH-wave vibro-seis surveys do not suffer from unusually strong mode conversions. Forward modeling shows, that the cause of the observed compressional vibro-seis source performance is a combination of near-surface heterogeneity and high Poisson’s ratios.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages128
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2019

          

Comparison and assessment of necropsy lesions in end-of-lay laying hens from different housing systems in Denmark

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Comparison and assessment of necropsy lesions in end-of-lay laying hens from different housing systems in Denmark

Wang, C., Pors, S. E., Christensen, J. P., Bojesen, A. M. & Thøfner, I., 24 Sep 2019, In : Poultry Science.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

Apperantly healthy laying hens at the end of production (60 to 91 wk) were investigated for the occurrence of pathology and bacterial infections. In total, 7,477 hens from 15 flocks representing the following production systems: Enriched cages, barn housed layers, and organic/free range layers were necropsied. Indications of bacterial infection were investigated by bacteriological cultivation. The overall prevalence of lesions was 16.60%, including lesions of both infectious and non-infectious origin. The most prevalent lesions were bursitis presternalis (6.65%), reproductive tract lesions (e.g., salpingitis and/or peritonitis and/or oophoritis) (3.50%), serosal scarification (e.g., fibrotic adhesive peritonitis) 1.55%, and neoplasm 1.73%. Significant differences were observed between different production systems and/or flocks in the prevalence of reproductive tract lesions, bursitis presternalis, serosal scarification, skin infections, juvenile hens, and traumas/fractures. No significant difference was observed between different production systems in the prevalence of neoplasia, infection of septicemic etiology, and pododermatitis. In total, 3.4% of the hens were out of lay, with significantly higher rate in organic flocks. Infections of the reproductive tract were the most prevalent lesions with bacterial etiology in all productions systems. In total, 40% of the hens with lesions associated to the oviduct were out of lay and significant difference between production systems were observed. Escherichia coli was the most commonly isolated bacteria and in 90% of the cases they were isolated from the reproductive tract lesions. The second most prevalent bacteria was Gallibacteruim anatis. Significant difference in the prevalence of E. coli positive hens was observed between production systems (P < 0.05). In conclusion, the prevalence of reproductive tract lesions in apparently healthy end-of-lay laying was higher than indicated in previous reports. These findings support the previous suggestions that E. coli and G. anatis are the major pathogens causing reproductive tract lesions.

Original languageEnglish
JournalPoultry Science
ISSN0032-5791
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 24 Sep 2019

Bibliographical note

© 2019 Poultry Science Association Inc.


          

Rejection of re-enactment:: Heritagization of religious practices and knowledge of the past

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Rejection of re-enactment: Heritagization of religious practices and knowledge of the past

Poulsen, R. R., 2019, (Unpublished).

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaperResearch

Amidst heritagization of its townscape, a Protestant congregation in Denmark, tackles its own and others' engagement with its past, present and future. This paper examines how Moravians of Christiansfeld produces and authorizes its religious practices and knowledge of its past as heritage.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2019
Publication statusUnpublished - 2019
EventASA19: ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL CHALLENGES - University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom
Duration: 3 Sep 20196 Sep 2019
https://www.theasa.org/conferences/asa19/

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CountryUnited Kingdom
CityNorwich
Period03/09/201906/09/2019
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Denmark’s Sampension favours CLOs

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Sampension, the DKK325.6 billion labour-market Danish pension fund has found a rich seam investing in AAA-rated CLOs where it earns a pick-up from traditional fixed income in loans with low default rates. The head of credit Anders Tauber Lassen says the fund feels "quite comfortable taking this type of risk".

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Sunday Million: Ben_Apart wins, memorable runs for jkru005, GreekPro47

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It was another memorable Sunday Million on PokerStars this week, especially for the nine players who emerged from the 11,878-entry field to make the final table.

The big turnout meant a $1,187,800 prize pool was divided among the top 2,150 finishers, with winner Ben_Apart of the United Kingdom ultimately coming out on top to earn a big $119,637.71 payday.

Here’s the story of how the tournament was won, aided by the perspectives of a couple of final-tablists who like the others won’t be forgetting this tournament for a long time.

jkru005 soars high before falling in eighth

It took about 13 hours to play all of the way down to the nine-handed final table, by which point all of the red spade wearers who had played — Tom “MajinBoob” Hayward of PokerStars Twitch, Felix “xflixx” Schneiders of Team Online, and Team Pro Kalidou Sow — were long gone.

Ben_Apart had the chip lead when the final table started with a little over 30 million when the average was just under 13.2 million. Meanwhile fellow UK player “jkru005” was one of several sitting around the 10M mark, though leading up to that point he’d been riding high for much of the previous several hours.

“jkru005”

“I was killing it from mid-game to the final 18,” jkru005 told us, noting how he’d had the chip lead with 180 players left and remained in the top 10 all of the way to the last two tables. But as play wore on and the field whittled further, the differences in the stacks got smaller.

“It got to a stage 12-handed where chip distribution was so flat that if you lose a flip you go from 1st to 10th,” explains jkru005. He recalls one key hand with 14 left in which he knocked out an opponent after three-betting all-in with K-J, getting called by 7-7, and hitting a jack to win.

“After winning this pot I definitely thought I would be in the run to win, but unfortunately fate had other plans. :(”

Indeed it was just after the final table started that jkru005 watched the Netherlands’ “Cashaoui” open-shove a stack of just under 10 BB, then from the button jkru005 reraise-pushed his almost 15 BB with Q♦Q♣. Alas for both, leader Ben_Apart was waiting in the small blind with K♦K♣ and thus put all his chips in the middle, too — and both of his opponents at risk.

Cashaoui had 7♠7♥, it turned out, but the 8♠Q♥6♠ flop had jkru005 again having visions of his tourney journey going even further. The K♠ turn dashed those dreams, though, and after the 3♥ river jkru005 was out in eighth and Cashaoui in ninth.

“I think I woke up my whole building when I saw the Q, but yeah the turn almost made me cry haha,” says jkru005 who ultimately earned one of his biggest cashes ever after playing off and on (including some full-time) over the last several years.

“I was so sad having played for almost 16 hours (if you include the $5.50 satellite that I played to get into this crapshoot haha),” he says. Still, he says, it was definitely a “good result” despite having seemingly been in position previously to go further.

Two more fall

About 15 minutes later “RafaCorreaBR” of Brazil was down to 15 BBs before getting it all in on an ace-high flop holding A♠10♠ versus Germany’s “JulianPasare”. But the latter had A♣J♣, and when the hand held RafaCorreaBR was done in seventh.

Six-handed then lasted another 20 minutes before “thebigdog09” of Mexico was knocked out, also by JulianPasare and once again on the flop.

The board read 6♣2♦4♦ and that encouraged thebigdog09 to commit a short stack with A♦3♦ while JulianPasare had 10♠10♣. But the 4♥ turn and 3♠ river weren’t enough to change things, and thebigdog09 was out in sixth.

Great score for GreekPro47

With five left “yodashutka” of Russia had moved ahead of Ben_Apart into the lead while Denmark’s “x_zola25” had slipped to fifth. In fourth was “GreekPro47”, a part-time player from Canada (with parents from Greece) who talked to us about his long Sunday.

After playing a lot several years ago while in school, poker was mainly a side hobby for GreekPro47 until recently. “The last 3-6 months I’ve been taking it more seriously, playing in the evenings and on weekends. I actually came in third in the Sunday Storm a few weeks ago, and that kind of gave me a bump to take a shot [in the Sunday Million] this week as I had some free time.”

“GreekPro47”

After not having played the Sunday Million for a long time, he got a big dose of it with 13-14 hours’ worth of poker. It looked for a moment that he wouldn’t get as far as the final table, though, after losing a big hand with about 100 players left to fall back to 4-5 BBs. His kings were cracked by an opponent’s queens, despite a Q-J-T all-club flop with GreekPro47 holding the K♣. But he persevered.

“I said ‘you know what? just fight it out and see what happens.’ I ended up laddering and laddering until I finally got to the final table,” he says.

However, with five left he ran pocket jacks into leader yadoshutka’s pocket kings. The board rolled out six-high, and GreekPro47 was sent railward in fifth.

“There was one player [x_zola25] who was super-short, which might make you think it was a mistake,” he says. “But the cards came out low, so I’m pretty sure one way or another we were getting those chips in.”

After making a career-high cash of about $7,800 in that recent Sunday Storm, he’d suddenly set a new record for himself by cashing for more than $33K.

“I might play a few more Sunday Storms and some bigger tournaments when I have the time,” he says, “but I’m pretty comfortable just playing $20 and $30 tourneys.”

Ben_Apart stands alone

x_zola25 did fall shortly thereafter in fourth in a three-way hand ending with JulianPasare scoring yet another knockout. All three remaining players would lead at some point over the next 40 minutes, with Ben_Apart finally again taking control.

Indeed, Ben_Apart was so far in front that when yodashutka busted JulianPasare in third with deuces versus king-five, Ben_Apart still had a better than 2-to-1 chip lead to start heads-up.

Ten minutes later it ended with a preflop all-in, yodashuka’s A♦9♠ versus Ben_Apart’s A♣J♥, with the latter’s hand prevailing to win the title and six-figure first prize.

Congratulations to Ben_Apart for the win and to everyone else who made the final table to earn nice cash prizes and a special poker memory.


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Twitch streamer MiryAlbania dreaming big after life-changing Sunday Million cash

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When Ermir Dunga reflected on finishing in fifth place in the Sunday Million two weeks back, he didn’t mince words.

“It’s probably the best day of my life,” the 27-year-old said, days after the biggest score of his short poker career.

Ermir Dunga

He streamed the last six hours of the tournament live on his Twitch channel from his home in Tirana, the capital of the southern European nation of Albania. It was a bare-bones production compared to a lot of the streams he watches, streaming an unedited 480p view of his laptop screen without any bells or whistles. But the content itself — a run to the final table of the largest weekly tournament on the internet — shone through and drew a significant audience.

“Everyone was gifting subs and gifting bits and the chat was so hot,” said Dunga, who plays on PokerStars as “MiryAlbania.” “I was feeling like Lex Veldhuis for a moment because the chat was going by so fast I wasn’t able to read it.”

The rush of new viewers and subscribers from around the world was exhilarating. But more importantly, the score he’d just streamed live was his third in the span of just a few weeks, and easily the largest of them. It gave him enough money to quit his job and kick off a quest to become the first full-time poker streamer from his country.

“Here the average for a good full-time job is about $300 a month. So you can make the calculations — the amount I won is a lot of money here,” he said. “It’s not $1,000 or something. With $28,000 you can really do something. So that’s what I’m going to do. I’m going to chase something for myself.”

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Twitch, sleep, repeat

Zynga’s play money games on Facebook got Dunga started in poker back in 2010. He started playing for real money on PokerStars in 2014, but he says he’s never made a deposit, and he’s only played live poker once.

“It was a cash game and I lost $20,” he said. Online, he was able to get comfortable with the game for free and then compete for more reasonable stakes when he wanted to play for real money. And once he found Twitch poker streams, his life settled into a pattern.

He took the first tentative steps toward streaming when he started using Twitch as a sort of personal video recorder back in 2017.

“I didn’t know how to make a video of my screen, to keep a record of my game, so I said, ‘I’ll stream it and I’ll have it there,'” he said. “So it’s not that I was streaming to have viewers or anything, just for myself. If there was an option to keep it private I would have done it, but there isn’t. I just did it for myself the first time.”

A move to Denmark for work temporarily drove gaming and Twitch to the wayside, but eventually Dunga returned to Albania. While he didn’t find work right away, he did find the Twitch poker community.

“It was just Twitch and sleep, that was my life for eight months,” he said. “I got to know a lot of people, a lot of streamers, a lot of people who chat in the streams, especially on the poker category. That’s what I based my game on.”

Tirana, capital city of Albania and home of Ermir Dunga

From small streams to big cashes

In his quest to learn more about the game, Dunga naturally gravitated toward streams with smaller audiences.

“I like streamers like Lex, but it’s hard to interact with him in chat — I can’t ask him questions about why he plays the way he does because he might miss my chat with 6,000 people watching.”

When an audience more on the scale of a few dozen people is watching a stream, interaction is considerably easier. A curious mind can pick up a lot about the game very quickly.

“With small streamers there’s a benefit, that you can ask the streamer ‘why did you do that?’ and ‘what do you think of this spot?’ A lot of streamers these days have a Discord channel, and I use that a lot to post my hands. They love it because they like to review hands from Twitch chat, and that’s helped me a lot.”

Beyond that, streamers and the people in chat end up getting to know each other. “We’ve exchanged Twitter and everything, and it gets a little more personal because you know more about these people’s life from social media. The next time you watch a stream [after interacting], you get closer to that streamer, you know?”

Dunga credits Twitch streamers unconquer3d from New Zealand and BensBenz from the United States for helping him to learn the game — and to BensBenz in particular for building his bankroll through stake giveaways on his stream.

BensBenz streams on Twitch

“Everyone who gets a stake is freerolling — if we win we give him half, and if we lose it’s nothing. So he staked me into a $22 tournament with $80K guaranteed on another site, and I got a decent amount of cash, about $240, and sent him back half. So that was where my bankroll started, with that little amount of money.”

The next three weeks were filled with even more success. When he wasn’t working his day job as a cryptocurrency account manager, Dunga was making final tables in $5 and $10 tournaments — and building an audience as he streamed it all.

“One night I was deep in a tournament, almost to the final table, and I realized that nobody popular was streaming at that time. So maybe it’s a chance for me! I got about 40 or 50 viewers, which is a lot in my first stream. I couldn’t even get a subscribe button or anything because you have to stream for seven days first.

“And I really enjoyed it to talk with chat and they talked with me back, and they were making jokes and things like that, and I loved it. That’s where I first thought I might want to stream. And then the Sunday Million confirmed it because that day was crazy. I had like 450 viewers!”

“Even before the Sunday Million I got two decent cashes. I got second in a $20K guaranteed for $2,800, which is a lot for me, and then I got sixth in another $20K for about $600. From freerolling going to there, it’s pretty amazing.”

Buoyed by all his successes, he skipped the satellite path he’d taken to playing in the Sunday Million a few times before. This time he bought in directly — and cashed out in fifth place.

Launching the dream

Now that he’s adequately bankrolled to take a shot at his dream of playing poker and streaming full-time, Dunga is setting a multi-step plan into motion.

First up is a move. “I live in a good area of Tirana, and I’m not paying any rent because this is my house I’m living in right now. But I’m going to rent a bigger house after the big score.”

Next is a new streaming rig. “Well, not ‘new,'” he corrects. “I don’t really have an old one, but I will buy everything I need for a streaming setup. By the first days of December I plan to be a full-time streamer.”

He’s also planning to build on the strong foundation that his favorite Twitch streamers have given him. “I’ve been starting to do video calls with unconquer3d, he’s been coaching me,” he says. And in the tradition of BensBenz, Dunga has already been doing on-stream giveaways for his audience.

The next dream: a Platinum Pass

On top of it all, he says he’s keeping his sights aimed high. “My next dream is to win a Platinum Pass. I’m going to try five or 10 times a day to satellite in through the $2 Mega Path. That’s a dream for everyone, to play in the biggest tournament of the year. Who knows?”

“But if I win a Platinum Pass it will be very difficult for me,” he muses. “I don’t know how to tell when somebody has a hand when I play live poker! Even if I don’t win a Platinum Pass, I would love to come to Barcelona during the tournament and just spectate. Maybe I can work on commentary with Joe Stapleton. Or just shake Ramon Colillas’s hand and take a picture. If I have him on my table I will probably just pass out!”

Ready to go

Given how far Dunga has come in such a short time, and how much support he has from his online community, he’ll probably adapt quickly if he finds himself playing at the PSPC. But what he’s really hoping is that that his fellow Albanians might adapt their views about poker if he can show them what the game is really all about.

Ermir Dunga and friend

“People here like to play poker, but there are no tournaments here, not even in casinos or anything. Poker here is thought of as just gambling — people don’t have a good opinion of it. I don’t blame them, that’s just the way it is here. But hopefully I will change that.”

That change has already started at home. “Streaming poker here — you know, at first my brother was not OK with it,” he says. “Now that I have the big scores, he sees that I’m serious about it.”

That could be the most important ingredient of all. There’s a certain sense of freedom that comes from feeling secure like Ermir Dunga does now, one that goes a long way in a game where confident players reign supreme. And he has never felt more confident than he does right now.

“I’m feeling really good about my game right now,” he says. “And I can’t wait to play next month.”


          

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Forklift Operator FULL-TIME $13/hr Tue-Fri shift wage: $12.61/hr with $.50 shift differential for 3rd. Mon-Sat shift wage: $14.01/hr with $2 shift differential for 3rd. Duties include operating a forklift and other material handling equipment for the purpose of shipping, receiving, and picking. Activities may include but are not limited to: loading or unloading, scanning, moving, staging, replenishing, and stacking product. This individual is also responsible for counting and inspecting the product and notifying leadership when there are damages or discrepancies. These Associates are accountable for the safe and efficient operation of all equipment and will be expected to perform all duties as assigned. REM-01 WS-01 WS-TC Schedule Shift start: 6:00AM or 5:00PM or 6:00PM Shift length: 10 - 12 hours Tuesday - Friday or Saturday - Monday Benefits Health, dental, vision insurance - available after 60 days Paid time off 401(k) plan Qualifications Must pass drug screen Must pass background check Can lift 70 lbs 6 months experience working in a logistics/distribution/relevant environment.Able to operate MHEBasic computer skills About DSV DSV, headquartered in Denmark, is a global supplier of transport and logistics services with 530 offices and 130 logistics facilities in 75 countries. DSV's 23,000 employees deliver services within global air and sea freight, European road freight and contract logistics. DSV recorded annual revenue of USD 8.7 billion in 2014. DSV is publicly listed on the NASDAQ Copenhagen Stock Exchange in Denmark.

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Monkeyglasses store, Copenhagen

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Denmark’s first sustainable optician shop is now open The Danish eyewear label Monkeyglasses has opened a flagship store in Denmark, as they celebrate 10 years in eyewear – placing complete focus on sustainability. “We have created a flagship store where we can show the full potential of the market for sustainable products,” says Mai-britt Seaton, […]

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Ethicon Endo-Surgery LLC FMJR 19-058 ECHELON FLEX™ Powered Plus ENDOPATH® 60mm Stapler – 340mm shaft

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Ethicon has initiated a voluntary recall of specific product lots and kits of ECHELON FLEX ENDOPATH 60mm Staplers, were distributed in Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands and Switzerland. Ethicon identified through manufacturing process inspections there is a possibility some devices may contain an out of specification condition which could lead to malformed staples
          

(DNK-Billund) Mould Designer, værktøjsmager eller konstruktør til Technical Mould Development

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Mould Designer, værktøjsmager eller konstruktør til Technical Mould Development **Location** Denmark, Billund **Posted Date** 11/06/2019 **Job ID** DK8792 **Category** Engineering **Drømmer du om at være med til at udvikle de bedste mulige og robuste tekniske formløsninger?** Bliv en del af vores team i Technical Mould Development og bidrag med din tekniske viden og kendskab inden for formudvikling og konstruktion. Vi her et team af passionerede medarbejdere, der fokuserer på det gode samarbejde og kvalitet i vores leverancer. **Opgaver og ansvarsområder** Som vores nye kollega, skal du være med til at: - Sikre gode tekniske formløsninger via DFM og modning på elementniveau - Udarbejde specifikation af formløsning via Mock-Up i NX - Sikre platformsvalg og specifikation i Team Center og SAP Derudover bliver en del af dig arbejde også at nedbringe risici og sikre innovative løsninger gennem: - Teknisk ekspertise inden for formudvikling - Samarbejde med kollegaer – udfordring og sparring omkring de tekniske løsninger - Evne til at planlægge egne opgaver - Ejerskab for konklusioner og løsninger Du deltager desuden aktivt i forbedringsaktiviteter, herunder: - Fortsætte vores LEAN aktiviteter i LEGO Continuous Improvement (LCI) programmet - Udvikling af vores processer og standarder - Optimere værktøjer, koncepter og produktionsplatforme **Tag en aktiv rolle i at sikre teamets succes:** Technical Mould Development er en del af Elements & Moulds (E&M), hvor vi er ansvarlige for at levere produktionsstøbeforme i en høj kvalitet til den rette pris. I tæt partnerskab med kollegaerne i Element Development starter vi al formudvikling i E&M værdikæden og er ansvarlige for de formtekniske løsninger. Dette inkluderer modning af elementerne for produktion og til udvikling af prototypeforme. Vi sikrer afstemning med interessenterne på tværs af virksomheden for at håndtere kompleksitet og risici. En høj kvalitet og leverancesikkerhed er et nøgle-parameter, som vi arbejder kontinuerligt og målrettet på at forbedre. Vi værdsætter en uformel og tillidsfuld arbejdskultur, hvor det personlige ejerskab og ansvar er i fokus. Vi ansætter både til vores teams i Existing- og Novelty Mould Development. I Novelty er vi involveret i udviklingen af nye LEGO klodser/elementer, hvor vi i Existing er dybt involveret i Sustainability agendaen. **Er du den rette til jobbet?** Du har enten en baggrund som Mechanical Engineer, værktøjsmager eller tekniker med mere end 5 års relevant erfaring fra en lignende stilling inden for værktøjsfremstilling eller konstruktion. Derudover forventer vi, at du har: - Erfaring med værktøjsfremstilling, elementudvikling, forståelse for sprøjtestøbning og værktøjskonstruktion - Værdikædeforståelse for udvikling og fremstilling af produktionsforme - Erfaring for konstruktion i 3D CAD systemer (NX) - Engelsk på et godt niveau i både skrift og tale Som person er du stærkt samarbejdsorienteret og kommunikativ, og du trives i et dynamisk miljø. Vi leder samtidig efter dig der: - Forstår vigtigheden af at ”vi skal lykkes sammen” - Er en holdspiller og tager ansvar på teamets vegne - Kan videreformidle nøglebudskaber for at sikre forståelse i værdikæden - Har et skarpt øje for vigtige detaljer med fokus på høj kvalitet **Bliv en del af den globale LEGO familie** I LEGO Koncernen skaber vi successer sammen, og du kan se frem til at blive en del af en global familie og et tæt fælleskab. Vi ser meget frem til at modtage og læse din ansøgning, og husk at vedhæfte både din ansøgning og dit CV. Vi har ikke ansøgningsfrist på vores ledige stillinger. Vi læser løbende ansøgninger igennem og indkalder til samtaler. Først når vi har fundet den rette kandidat, lukker vi processen ned. Det siger din kommende leder "Du kommer til at arbejde i et team med gode kollegaer, som sætter en ære i at levere et produkt med høj kvalitet. LEGO er en fantastisk arbejdsplads! Vi tager os godt af vores medarbejdere og du vil komme til at indgå i et sundt arbejdsmiljø hvor vi hjælper og vi tager hånd om hinanden” \#LI-BS1
          

(DNK-Billund) Head of Nordic Field Sales

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Head of Nordic Field Sales **Location** Denmark, Billund **Posted Date** 11/06/2019 **Job ID** DK8788 **Category** Sales **Do you have a passion for shopper conversion and store level execution?** Bring your passion, experience and leadership on how to drive best in class store level execution to the table and help build partnerships that unlock commercial opportunities at retail. **Core Responsibilities** Execution excellence and maximizing sales at store level across the Nordic region • Ensure key account plans, drive period campaigns and planograms are executed with excellence • Coach and maximize field sales visits through store level advisory to drive incremental execution and sales • Define execution targets, follow up on performance and course correct if necessary to deliver against objectives • Drive partnership with external merchandising agency through strong briefings and trainings • Owner and driver of local sales & marketing planning meetings Managing Field sales customers • Drive efficient account management of Field Sales customers Leader of a high performing and motivated Field sales team (14 people) • Build relevant and future facing competences with the Field sales team • Challenge and raise the bar on execution through strong direction and regular feedback • Improve executional processes and role model end-to-end collaboration from KAM/marketing briefing to store level execution • Enable and motivate team to deliver on go-to-market and key account plans through clear priorities, KPIs and follow up • Frequently go on market run with team members and provide immediate feedback Nordic Leadership team member • As a key member of the Business Unit (BU) leadership team this role is involved in setting the overall direction of the BU, managing the business and driving the people agenda **Play your part in our team succeeding** As part of the Nordic business unit, the Field Sales team exists alongside the sales/KAM, operations and marketing teams. The main responsibility of the team is to drive executional excellence through best in class implementation of campaigns & in store solutions whilst also maximizing sales through thought leadership and store level advisory. **Do you have what it takes?** • 5+ years of Field Sales experience from brand led consumer goods company - ideally combined with trade marketing experience • 3-5 years of leading and motivating teams • Experience in remote team leadership • Strong result orientations with the end game (store level execution) in mind • A collaborator at heart and thrives in a culture with many stakeholders • Structured and process oriented • A positive can-do attitude • Proficient in English • Basic understanding of Nordic languages • Able to travel 30-35 days a year **Join the global LEGO® family** Children are our role models. Their curiosity, creativity and imagination inspire everything we do. We strive to create a diverse, dynamic and inclusive culture of play at the LEGO Group, where everyone feels safe, valued and they belong. The LEGO Group is proud to be an equal opportunity and an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We support our employees in being there for the moments that matter in life and celebrate families of all kinds, the loved ones that make us who we are. Being part of the LEGO Group also means taking part in our annual Play Day, playing a part in building a sustainable future and continuing our mission to “inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow.” Build your career brick by brick at The LEGO Group. LI-MK3
          

(DNK-Billund) Student Worker

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Student Worker **Location** Denmark, Billund **Posted Date** 11/06/2019 **Job ID** DK8780 **Category** Internship **Student assistant for Portfolio Management team** Are you interested in learning more about portfolio management and getting insights on how to operate in a global marketing agency? Do you want to be part of providing portfolio management and operations support to LEGO Agency? **Core Responsibilities** Assisting the PMO team mainly with: •Data management •Monthly Portfolio reporting •Invoicing •Purchase orders •Ressource Management •Ad hoc tasks (analysis, presentations, templates, files and processes) **Play your part in our team succeeding** Come join our Portfolio Management team in LEGO Agency - the internal advertising agency of the LEGO Group At LEGO Agency, we are close to 500 employees globally, dedicated towards developing communication that excites and engages our target audiences, children and adults alike, across the world. You will be part of the Portfolio Management Office (PMO) team of 12 colleagues located at the Billund headquarter. The PMO is a global function enabling the agency through portfolio and resource management as well as relevant operations support. **Do you have what it takes?** •You are studying MAC, FIB or similar •Ideally previous experience with SAP, however not required •Ideally previous experience with Workfront, however not required •Advanced MS Excel •PowerPoint and other Microsoft office programs on user level •You are structured and able to plan you work towards meeting a deadline •Interested in portfolio management and willing to work with multiple stakeholders across functions, countries and cultures •Able to take responsibility, work independently and delivery high quality results •Speaking up in front of big crowds as well as colleagues at all levels of the organization comes naturally •Enjoy working in a dynamic environment where sudden ad hoc tasks can come up that will need priority Scope: •Starting as soon as possible •Preferable able to hold the position in 1 ½-2years until master is finalized •Ideally 2-3 days a week (20-22,5 hours per week) •Flexible working hours depending on work load, especially during exam periods •Car pool to/from Billund/Aarhus exists, hence owning a car is not a prerequisite •You speak and write English effortlessly **Join the global LEGO® family** Children are our role models. Their curiosity, creativity and imagination inspire everything we do. We strive to create a diverse, dynamic and inclusive culture of play at the LEGO Group, where everyone feels safe, valued and they belong. The LEGO Group is proud to be an equal opportunity and an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We support our employees in being there for the moments that matter in life and celebrate families of all kinds, the loved ones that make us who we are. Being part of the LEGO Group also means taking part in our annual Play Day, playing a part in building a sustainable future and continuing our mission to inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow. Build your career brick by brick at The LEGO Group. At the LEGO Group we succeed together. Are you ready to be a member of the LEGO Agency Portfolio Management team?
          

(DNK-Billund) Demand Planning Manager

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Demand Planning Manager **Location** Denmark, Billund **Posted Date** 11/06/2019 **Job ID** DK8790 **Category** Finance/Controlling **Are you interested in playing a central role in planning the future demand of LEGO Education?** Here is a golden opportunity to work with forecasting and demand planning in an influential and visible role, essential to Sales, Production and customers – and recognised as such. Join us to impact our processes and planning as a go-to specialist. **Core Responsibilities** Your mission is to lead the consolidation and submission of LEGO Education Demand Planning and S&OP process. In doing so, you will be working closely with Marketing, Sales and our Supply Chain to secure that our demand plans for current and next year are delivered in the right quality and time for supply and logistic requirements. Further, you will: • Through forecasting models manage product mix forecasts for a number of markets to secure the right products at the right place all the time. • Manage the forecast submission system (APO), hereunder secure governance of product Master-data and continuously update data according to LEGO Education launch and exit-strategies. • Act as a “go-to” person for a variety of stakeholders i.e. markets, finance and marketing in matters of LEGO Education demand plan projections. • Together with regional Demand Planners you run the “backbone” tool of data to secure a strong governance of data quality and thereby safeguard one-set of numbers in critical decision processes. **Play your part in our team succeeding** Based from our office in Billund, you will part of an engaged and diverse Operations team of 8 specialists – with different skillset, but the same ambition of making an impact and secure that LEGO Education delivers the business ambitions. We contribute through strong operational processes, data driven insights and efficient collaboration with our partners. We balance the operational agenda through Sales & Operations Planning, Demand Planning, Statistical Forecasting, business intelligence, logistic processes and supply/inventory planning. **Do you have what it takes?** To thrive in this position, you like working in a collaborative environment. Naturally, you have great analytical skills and the ability to turn heavy data into insights and recommendations. With your solid communication skills, you are able to adjust, depending on the recipient, to effectively facilitate relatively complex material. However, you also need to be outgoing, to build great relationships with our many partners and have the robustness to challenge them, when needed. Your qualifications: • A degree in Logistics or Supply Chain management or similar • +3 years of relevant work experience within FMCG operations – specifically in areas of Forecasting, demand planning, demand management, S&OP or Supply & Logistic Management • Analytical mindset and strong orientation towards data. You are motivated by details and short-term execution. At the same time you think and act with a holistic and long-term mindset. • Strong communication skills, proficient English in written, verbal and presentation **Join the global LEGO family** The LEGO® Group recruits and develops people entirely on merit. If you are confident you have what it takes to succeed in this role – and you share our commitment to creativity, collaboration, and quality – use the APPLY NOW button above or below. Please remember to attach your application and current CV. Bringing it to life LEGO Education operations fulfil the ambition of enabling every child to succeed through playful learning! By building strong operational processes, data driven insights and efficient collaboration with our partners we enable the business to succeed! You will join an encouraging, collaborative network and environment that will help you to develop deep expertise and a detailed understanding of our international business. Combined with the great deal of focus it receives, it will provide you with good career opportunities. \#LI-AG1
          

(DNK-Billund) Global Business Intelligence Student Worker

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Global Business Intelligence Student Worker **Location** Denmark, Billund **Posted Date** 11/06/2019 **Job ID** DK8786 **Category** Internship **Global Business Intelligence Student Worker** Are you a team player, curious to understand how we bring data to life in the LEGO group? By joining the Global Intelligence team 2 to 3 days per week, you will help us make data and reporting smart and simple. **Core Responsibilities** Make the Consumer Sales and financial information easily accessible across the LEGO group. -Understand the need of your stakeholders for new reporting solutions. -Design dashboards with Power BI and SAP Analytics Cloud. -Interact with IT to make your project move forward. -Keep our list of key report offering up-to-date. -Build your network and discover the LEGO group. **Play your part in our team succeeding** You will join the Global BI team in Billund, DK. The team is made of 8 data and systems experts who understand both the business needs and the World of IT. **Do you have what it takes?** You have strong collaboration skills and want to join an international working environment? You are curious about systems and tools and want to help the LEGO group be the best analytical company? Then join us and make the LEGO group benefit from your passion and energy! You must be enrolled in Danish University, studying at a graduate level and taking courses in business or information technology. You speak and write English fluently. **Join the global LEGO family** The LEGO® Group recruits and develops people entirely on merit. If you are confident you have what it takes to succeed in this role - and you share our commitment to creativity, collaboration, and quality - use the APPLY NOW button above or below. Please remember to attach your application and current CV. Bring it to Life! In the LEGO Group, we succeed together! Are you ready to be a member of the Global BI team?
          

(DNK-Billund) Senior Customer Service Advisor - Billund

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Senior Customer Service Advisor - Billund **Location** Denmark, Billund **Posted Date** 11/06/2019 **Job ID** DK8784 **Category** Customer Service **We want to deliver playful learning experiences to help every child to succeed.** In order to do this we need a colleague who can deliver premium customer service to a wide range of stakeholders - is this you? **Core Responsibilities** • Order management: Processing orders from customers, register, release and follow up on deliveries. Handle coordination of orders and requests from multiple sources: email, sales reps and phone. Navigate between customer needs and distribution logistics while continuously delivering excellent customer service. Be able to proactively balance issues and initiate mitigating actions. • Customer management: Execute processes concerning inquiries on orders and deliveries in a professional way to increase Customer NPS. Build relationships with key contacts and understand customers needs to improve and use opportunities to enhance service for customers. Manage claims in proactive manner towards customers and the responsible counterpart. Create and maintain customer master data in SAP. • Stakeholder management: Engage with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders to drive simplicity and efficiency across. Develop the collaboration and leverage this into excellent customer service for customers of LEGO Education. • Team player: Engage actively with colleagues in the LEI Customer Service team. Share learning and best practices as well as covering across markets when needed. • Drive and develop processes within Customer Service: Document and implement new processes and maintain existing. **Play your part in our team succeeding** LEGO Education delivers playful learning experiences to all school levels. We are based on the fundamental wish that we want every child to succeed. Please visit www.legoeducation.com to see what we are all about. The purpose of the Sr. Customer Service Advisor is to ensure that the customers of LEGO Education (which is a Business to Business channel) receives excellent Customer Service when dealing with LEGO Education. Executing customer centric operational excellence in LEGO Education with focus on order management, customer management and stakeholder management. **Do you have what it takes?** • Administrative Education within service and sales functions and preferable with a minimum of 1-2 years experience in executing B2B customer service • Service minded, engage upwards and downwards in the value chain, especially towards sales and customers • Proactive mindset towards issues including follow up and mitigating actions • Takes pride in customer service and thrives in a busy day to day task environment • Experienced user of MS Office • Advanced English skills **Join the global LEGO® family** Children are our role models. Their curiosity, creativity and imagination inspire everything we do. We strive to create a diverse, dynamic and inclusive culture of play at the LEGO Group, where everyone feels safe, valued and they belong. The LEGO Group is proud to be an equal opportunity and an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We support our employees in being there for the moments that matter in life and celebrate families of all kinds, the loved ones that make us who we are. Being part of the LEGO Group also means taking part in our annual Play Day, playing a part in building a sustainable future and continuing our mission to “inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow.” Build your career brick by brick at the LEGO Group: “We are proud of supporting teachers and students experience new ways of learning. In the Customer Service team, you will meet a diverse and busy global environment. We ensure all customers receive professional service and ensure the best handling of the order flow, from ordering to delivering around the world. Every day we communicate with customers globally and stakeholders both internally and externally. We provide an efficient, professional and high quality customer experience, that in the end can help our customers enable every student to succeed” \#LI-BA1
          

(DNK-Billund) Payroll Consultant - Billund

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Payroll Consultant - Billund **Location** Denmark, Billund **Posted Date** 11/06/2019 **Job ID** DK8782 **Category** Human Resources **Strong Payroll Consultant acting as Payroll Partner to our Business.** We need a colleague with an extensive experience in Danish blue collar payroll. You will bring your knowledge into play by supporting our production LT and securing that rules & collective agreements are reflected in our system. **Core Responsibilities** • Act as Payroll partner to the Blue collar leadership team and attend monthly meetings & deliver analysis/proposals/consequences on different topics • Together with a colleague secure that the payroll system (SAP/KMD Nettoløn) is always reflecting current rules & legislation (request changes & functionality to BPI, update rates, test system in complex cases) • Use your strong understanding of Industriens Overenskomst, Vagtfunktionærernes overenskomst, Butiksoverenskomsten & the vacation law (collective agreements within our areas) to spar and advice production LT and collegues • Participate in local negotiation on collective agreements & prepare analysis and impact study on selected elements before, during & after negotiation • Perform monthly E-income reconciliation & reconciliation of Feriekonto as well of handling invoices from Samlet betaling • Participation in projects – eg. Implementation and preparation of new vacation law (incl. communication, recommendations, system set-up, education etc.) **Play your part in our global success** We are globally 14 employees spread across different locations. Our purpose is to support the Nordic & Western Europe regions with HR Operational activities & local benefits. We also act as competence center & support to our Business Service Operations (BSO) in Kladno, who handles the transaction topics as general payroll & masterdata. **Do you have what it takes?** • Heavy knowledge within Blue collar payroll • It is an advantage if you have worked with SAP Payroll • Ability to translate legal requirements into payroll set up • Ability to work both on a strategic level supporting our production LT and on the details securing compliance and reconciliations • Strong capabilities working in Excel and the MS Office in general **Join the global LEGO® family** Children are our role models. Their curiosity, creativity and imagination inspire everything we do. We strive to create a diverse, dynamic and inclusive culture of play at the LEGO Group, where everyone feels safe, valued, and they belong. The LEGO Group is proud to be an equal opportunity and an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We support our employees in being there for the moments that matter in life and celebrate families of all kinds, the loved ones that make us who we are. Being part of the LEGO Group also means taking part in our annual Play Day, playing a part in building a sustainable future and continuing our mission to “inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow.” Build your career brick by brick at the LEGO Group: In this role you will have influence on both strategic level & daily tasks securing and maintaining high employee satisfaction. You will be working closely with stakeholders in our production LT, Labour Relations and Union Representatives on different matters and your knowledge and guidance will have a strong impact. \#LI-BA1
          

(DNK-Billund) PMO Specialist - Billund

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PMO Specialist - Billund **Location** Denmark, Billund **Posted Date** 11/06/2019 **Job ID** DK8795 **Category** Facility/Building Management **Do you thrive in a project management environment, where you will be the support function to our Global Project Management Team.** You will join the most awesome company where the word "building" means so much more than what you will find in any other PMO role. **Core Responsibilities** • Drives and own internal department processes related to the end to end construction and facility expansion activities. • Responsible and owner of the specific department standards. • Responsible for the department Sharepoint site and document control. • Drives and manages department key performance indicators • Defines the strategy for the projects document control and archiving. • Handles the complete overview of the projects portfolio within the entire facility organization including monthly reporting. **Play your part in our team succeeding** Facility Project Management is a global department managing end to end construction processes enabling capacity growth within the LEGO Group. The main area covers production site expansion or major building modifications at several world locations. **Do you have what it takes?** • Minimum Bachelor degree in a construction or facility field of practise or proven related working experience • Experience with project management or PMO agenda within construction industry. • Knowledge of the construction processes and related aspects e.g. design, permitting, legal, sustainability, construction execution. • Preferably around +5 years experience within given field of practice • Willing to occasionally travel Preferable you will also have: • Project Management certification e.g. PMI, IPMA • Proficient user of the Microsoft Project, Sharepoint, MS Office, Power BI, Visio • Advanced English proficiency is required **Join the global LEGO® family** Children are our role models. Their curiosity, creativity and imagination inspire everything we do. We strive to create a diverse, dynamic and inclusive culture of play at the LEGO Group, where everyone feels safe, valued and they belong. The LEGO Group is proud to be an equal opportunity and an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We support our employees in being there for the moments that matter in life and celebrate families of all kinds, the loved ones that make us who we are. Being part of the LEGO Group also means taking part in our annual Play Day, playing a part in building a sustainable future and continuing our mission to “inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow.” Build your career brick by brick at the LEGO Group: "This role act as guardian of the internal processes to keep consistency in the internal operating model when it comes to footprint expansion. Safeguarding our effective processes are being followed and that we deliver quality products and buildings, in a way which shows that we respect and align with LEGO values." \#LI-BA1
          

Mua đồ chơi LEGO City 7499 - Bộ đường ray thẳng và uốn cong tự do (LEGO City Flexible and Straight Tracks 7499)

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Bộ đường ray thẳng và uốn cong tự do (LEGO City Flexible and Straight Tracks 7499)

LEGO City 7499 - Bộ đường ray thẳng và uốn cong tự do là bộ đồ chơi lắp ráp mô hình thuộc chủ đề LEGO City của thương hiệu đồ chơi LEGO nổi tiếng.

HƯỚNG DẪN CHƠI ĐỒ CHƠI LEGO

Cách chơi đồ chơi LEGO vô cùng đơn giản và thú vị, bạn sẽ được gắn các mảnh ghép bằng nhựa với nhiều hình dáng, kích cỡ và màu sắc khác nhau để tạo ra những mô hình sinh động! Với đồ chơi LEGO, bạn có thể ráp nên tất cả mọi thứ, ví dụ như một căn nhà, xe hơi, xe tải, các sự vật như cây cối, động vật như mèo và chó, máy bay, tàu thuyền, tàu vũ trụ, ... và ngay cả xe lửa có gắn động cơ! Mức độ đơn giản hay phức tạp và độ chất của mỗi mô hình phụ thuộc hoàn toàn 100% vào khả năng của người chơi. Các bé có thể ráp các mô hình đơn giản, bạn có thể ráp những mô hình to lớn, tỉ mỉ đến từng chi tiết sát với thực tế từ cả nghìn mảnh ghép LEGO!

*bên trong mỗi bộ mô hình là một quyển sách hướng dẫn lắp ráp cùng đầy đủ tất cả các mảnh ghép.

GIỚI THIỆU MÔ HÌNH LEGO City 7499 - Bộ đường ray thẳng và uốn cong tự do

LEGO City 7499 - Bộ đường ray thẳng và uốn cong tự do là một bộ đồ chơi lắp ráp thuộc chủ đề LEGO City. Chủ đề LEGO City mang đến cho bạn tất cả mọi thứ từ các loại xe, nhà cửa, máy bay, tàu thuyền cho đến cả xe lửa để bạn có thể xây dựng cả một thành phố LEGO City trong chính căn phòng của mình!

Chủ đề LEGO City còn mang đến rất nhiều các chủ đề nhỏ rất thú vị như Cảnh Sát Biển, Cảnh Sát Thành Phố, Lính Cứu Hỏa, Đội Thám Hiểm Bắc Cực, Thám Hiểm Núi Lửa, Công Trường Xây Dựng, sân bay, tàu vũ trụ và ngay cả Xe Lửa gắn động cơ!

Ưu điểm nổi bật của sản phẩm LEGO City 7499 - Bộ đường ray thẳng và uốn cong tự do

Chất liệu nhựa ABS cao cấp, an toàn cùng thiết kế độc đáo và bắt mắt

Bộ sản phẩm LEGO này được làm từ chất liệu nhựa ABS nguyên sinh cao cấp, tuyệt đối an toàn cho người chơi. Thêm vào đó, các chi tiết trong từng mảnh ghép cũng được cắt gọt cẩn thận và có độ lớn vừa đủ để đảm bảo tay của bạn không bị trầy xước, cũng như bé không thể bỏ vào miệng trong quá trình sử dụng. Từng mảnh ghép LEGO đều sở hữu màu sắc và kiểu dáng bắt mắt, mang lại trải nghiệm tuyệt vời cho người chơi.

Kích thích tư duy sáng tạo và sự khéo léo

Với bộ sản phẩm này, các bạn trẻ có thể phát huy khả năng tư duy và sáng tạo, rèn luyện tính kiên nhẫn, sự khéo léo, óc logic cũng như trí tưởng tượng của mình qua việc lắp ráp mô hình. Quá trình lắp ghép là cơ hội tuyệt vời để các bạn trẻ rèn luyện cho mình sự khéo léo, tỉ mỉ và tính kiên nhẫn. Những bộ sản phẩm dành riêng cho bé trên 1,5+ tuổi (1 tuổi rưỡi) được thiết kế để hỗ trợ bé phát triển trí não và các kỹ năng cần thiết khác ngay những năm tháng đầu đời.

Trò chơi giao lưu, kết bạn dành cho bạn và cả gia đình

Với những món đồ chơi này, ai cũng có thể chơi cùng với những người bạn, người thân của mình. Thi ghép hình hoặc hóa thân vào các nhân vật trong mỗi chủ đề để trở nên thân thiết với nhau hơn. Đồ chơi LEGO còn là một món đồ chơi gia đình. Bạn có thể cùng bé thi đua xếp hình và qua đó kể cho bé nghe những câu chuyện thú vị về cuộc sống xung quanh, qua đó kích thích thêm khả năng tưởng tượng của bé.

Dễ xếp, cất gọn trong nhà

Với thiết kế hộp đựng tiện lợi, sau khi chơi xong, bạn có thể dễ dàng sắp xếp và cất gọn gàng.

Cùng xây dựng hệ thống đường sắt xe lửa xuyên qua dãy núi hoặc len lỏi bên trong thành phố LEGO City của bạn với Bộ LEGO City Đường ray xe lửa cong và thẳng (LEGO City Flexible and Straight Tracks 7499).

Bộ LEGO City Đường ray xe lửa cong và thẳng mang đến cho bạn 8 thanh đường ray thẳng và 16 đường ray cong có khớp có khả năng uốn cong theo nhiều góc độ khác nhau, bạn sẽ tha hồ sáng tạo nên những hệ thống tàu lửa của riêng mình.

Đồ chơi LEGO chính hãng

Thương hiệu đồ chơi Lego, đồ chơi xếp hình lego nổi tiếng, được làm từ những chất liệu cao cấp, đảm bảo an toàn cho người chơi. Những chủ đề nổi bật nhất của Lego là: Lego Ninjago, LEGO Super Heroes, LEGO Technic, LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Bionicle, Lego City và LEGO Nexo Knights, ... Đồ chơi Lego là thương hiệu đồ chơi bằng nhựa cao cấp dành cho mọi lứa tuổi do Tập đoàn đồ chơi Lego (Đan Mạch) sản xuất.

Đồ chơi LEGO cho fan





Đồ chơi LEGO dành cho con Gái



Đặc điểm đồ chơi LEGO chính hãng

Cả 6 mặt hộp đều được in logo "LEGO" to rõ.

Xuất sứ được in bên cạnh hộp được ghi bằng tiếng Anh: "Components made in Denmark" (sản xuất tại Đan Mạch) và "Distributed in USA" (phân phối tại Mỹ)

Tất cả các mảnh ghép bằng nhựa ABS đều có chữ "LEGO" được in nổi. Các mảnh ghép LEGO thật có thể dễ dàng được gắn vừa vặn với nhau, các mảnh ghép của các hãng khác sẽ khó tương thích với các mảnh ghép LEGO.

Các mảnh ghép LEGO thật sáng bóng và không có vết trầy, không có các phần nhựa dư thừa và không bén, an toàn cho người chơi.

Giá thành các sản phẩm đồ chơi LEGO chính hãng cao cấp có giá gấp từ 3 đến 5 lần so với các hãng khác.

Cửa hàng đồ chơi LEGO pPlay.vn

Cửa hàng đồ chơi LEGO pPlay.vn chuyên kinh doanh đồ chơi LEGO chính hãng nhập khẩu và là địa chỉ uy tín dành cho các bật phụ huynh và những người đam mê đồ chơi LEGO. Bạn có thể dễ dàng xem và đặt mua tại đây LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Ninjago , LEGO Technic, LEGO Super Heroes, ... mới nhất năm 2015, 2016 và ngay cả những chủ đề LEGO hiếm có tại Việt Nam như LEGO Power Function và LEGO Mindstorms.

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11/6/2019: OBITUARIES: POEM OF THE DAY

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TWO sharp little wordpictures from Ian Stephen’s poems in Malin, Hebrides, Minches (with photographs by Sam Maynard), a haunting volume first published by Dangaroo Press, Denmark, in 1983. CALLANISH Half that field sprouts houses, in planned streets...
          

Trump's obsession with buying Greenland may have complicated the release of military aid to Ukraine, US ambassador says

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Bill Taylor

  • Acting US ambassador Bill Taylor, the top US diplomat to Ukraine, testified that senior US officials could not advise President Donald Trump to release military aid to Ukraine because it was too difficult to schedule.
  • Taylor mentioned to lawmakers that scheduling a meeting between Trump and top officials was difficult because "getting the right people in the room at the same time" posed a challenge.
  • But Taylor also noted that "this was also about the time of the Greenland question," and that it "took up a lot of energy in the [National Security Council]."
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Acting US ambassador Bill Taylor, the top US diplomat to Ukraine, testified that senior US officials could not advise President Donald Trump to release military aid to Ukraine because it was too difficult to schedule. 

According to a transcript of a closed-door testimony with House investigators for their impeachment inquiry, Taylor was asked why the security assistance for US-backed Ukraine was on hold. The immediate release of a $400 million military package, Taylor explained, was agreed upon unanimously "of every level of interagency discussion."

Taylor went on to tell House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff of California that a meeting to advise the president was "hard to schedule" because they were "on different trips at different times."

Taylor said senior US officials, including acting defense secretary Mark Esper and secretary of state Mike Pompeo needed to be present to bring the matter up with Trump, but "getting the right people in the room at the same time" posed a challenge, according to the transcript released on Wednesday morning.

But the career US diplomat added that he believed "this was also about the time of the Greenland question," and that it "took up a lot of energy in the [National Security Council]."

"That's disturbing for a whole different reason," Schiff remarked.

"Different story," Taylor replied.

Trump discussed his interest in the purchase of the world's largest island with others, according to a Wall Street Journal report in August. Trump later described the possibility as "strategically ... interesting," but added it was not on his list of priorities.

"It's just something we talking about," Trump told reporters in August. "Denmark essentially owns it. We're good allies with Denmark. We protected Denmark like we protect large portions of the world, so the concept came up."

Danish officials responded to Trump's statements and described it as "absurd."

"Greenland is not for sale," Denmark Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said, according to Bloomberg. "By the way, Greenland is not Danish. Greenland is Greenlandic."

"It must be an April Fool's Day joke," former Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen tweeted. "But totally out of [season]!"

In his testimony, Taylor said Trump advocated for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to publicly say that he would open an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden. Taylor testified that he believed there was a "clear understanding" that the US military aid was predicated on Ukraine's commitment "to pursue the investigation" into Trump's political rivals.

SEE ALSO: Transcript of Bill Taylor’s testimony underscores extreme lengths Trump went to in urging Ukraine to investigate Bidens

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Camberwell highway improvement works from 11 November

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Camberwell highway improvement works from 11 November

Please plan your trip to the hospital accordingly

Works in progress sign

Highway work to improve safety at four junctions in Camberwell town centre (Camberwell New Road, Denmark Hill, Camberwell Road and Camberwell Church Street) will start on Monday 11 November 2019 and will include:

  • New paving on Camberwell New Road, Denmark Hill, Camberwell Road and Camberwell Church Street
  • Road resurfacing on Camberwell New Road, Denmark Hill, Camberwell Road, Camberwell Church Street
  • Installation of a new pedestrian crossing on Camberwell Road
  • Upgrade work to local street lighting, drainage systems and traffic signals
  • Relocation of bus stop E and the Camberwell Road Bus stand to new locations on Camberwell Road
  • Removal of a taxi bay on Camberwell Church Street and the upgrade of a loading bay on Denmark Hill to a combined loading and taxi bay
  • Insetting the loading bay on Camberwell road
  • Relocation of pedestrian crossing on Camberwell Church Street

How the works will affect you

Improvement work will start at Camberwell Church Street at the junction with Camberwell Green and Wren Road on the 11 November 2019. Work will take place in phases and will be complete by 31 May 2020.

During road closures, marshals will be in place to help drivers. Please plan ahead, allow more time for your journey and use alternative routes when possible.

Bus routes affected

Bus routes 12, 35, 36, 40, 42, 45, 68, 148, 171, 176, 185, 345, 436, 468, 484, X68, N35, N68, N89, N136, N137, N138, N171, N172 and N173 will be on diversion at various times and dates. Please see relevant notices at bus stops.

Visit tfl.gov.uk/bus/status or follow @TfLBusAlerts on Twitter for live updates.

Parking and access to closed roads

Parking bays may be suspended at various times for the duration of the works. This will be clearly signed, so if you usually park in this area, please move your vehicle in advance.

Pedestrians

Footpaths and pedestrian crossings will remain open wherever possible and clearly signpost any temporary closures.

The project site office will be located in Daneville Road at the junction with Wren Road. Should you have a query about the improvement work, Project Liaison Officer Helen McConnell will be available Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 16:00. You can contact her by emailing Helen.McConnell@fmconway.co.uk.


Karen Welsh
Head of Communications
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Extension: +44 (0)20 3299 3850

Published Date: Wednesday 06 November 2019 16:33

          

RW Kheyre oo kulan la qaatay Wasiirka Arrimaha Dibadda Denmark

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Mjournal :-Ra’iisul Wasaaraha xukuumadda federaalka Soomaaliya mudane Xasan Cali Khayre iyo wasiirka arrimaha dibadda Denmark, Jeppe Sebastian Kofod oo maanta booqasho ku yimid dalka ayaa yeeshay kulan looga hadlay iskaashiga iyo xoojinta xariirka soo jireenka ah ee ladabada dowladood iyo joogteynta...
          

You Sunk My Battleship

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Preface

People who make military policy and amateurs who follow it alike are in something of a vacuum when it comes to naval warfare.  While the Navy is a very large share of the United States Defense Department budget, there have been so few skirmishes in the past fifty years or so that it is hard to get a reality check on the multi-billion dollar expenditures involved. The few incidents which have occurred, meanwhile, have taken on disproportionate importance.  

While some naval history is too distant to be of much use, from the ramming battles between glorified rowboats of the Greeks, to the days of sails and cannons, it is fair, at least, to look at the experience of World War II, the last full fledged blue sea naval campaign in world history.  This experience has informed much of the current conventional wisdom regarding naval warfare, and while the lessons learned in World War II need to be updated to reflect technological advances that have taken place since then, they are too recent to safely ignore.

Among other things, World War II taught the lesson that the heavy armor of a battleship was no match for modern offensive weapons. 

As the Wikipedia article linked above explains:
Battleships were the largest and most complex, and hence the most expensive warships of their time; as a result, the value of investment in battleships has always been contested. 
As the French politician Etienne Lamy wrote in 1879, "The construction of battleships is so costly, their effectiveness so uncertain and of such short duration, that the enterprise of creating an armored fleet seems to leave fruitless the perseverance of a people". The Jeune École school of thought of the 1870s and 1880s sought alternatives to the crippling expense and debatable utility of a conventional battlefleet. It proposed what would nowadays be termed a sea denial strategy, based on fast, long-ranged cruisers for commerce raiding and torpedo boat flotillas to attack enemy ships attempting to blockade French ports. 
The ideas of the Jeune École were ahead of their time; it was not until the 20th century that efficient mines, torpedoes, submarines, and aircraft were available that allowed similar ideas to be effectively implemented. The determination of powers such as Germany to build battlefleets with which to confront much stronger rivals has been criticised by historians, who emphasise the futility of investment in a battlefleet that has no chance of matching its opponent in an actual battle.
Large Warships In Existing Navies

Today, there are only two ships of the battleship class in the world, both in the Russian Navy, only one of which is in active service, the 28,000 ton Admiral Nakhimov commissioned in 1988 is currently undergoing refit and is out of service, and the 28,000 ton Pyotr Velikiy, of the same class commissioned in 1998 is in active service.  

The 14,564 ton Zumwalt class destroyer of the U.S. Navy, the largest warship in the U.S. Navy that is not an aircraft carrier or non-combatant logistics ship, and is is arguably misclassified as a destroyer deserves a battleship designation. Just three Zumwalt class destroyers have three have been built (and no more have been ordered). One was commissioned in 2016, one was commissioned in 2019, and one is awaiting a commission later this year. It cost $7.5 billion per ship of total cost to build and has been severely criticized:
Mike Fredenburg analyzed the program for National Review after Zumwalt broke down in the Panama Canal in November 2016, and he concluded that the ship's problems "are emblematic of a defense procurement system that is rapidly losing its ability to meet our national security needs." Fredenburg went on to detail problems relating to the skyrocketing costs, lack of accountability, unrealistic goals, a flawed concept of operations, the perils of designing a warship around stealth, and the failure of the Advanced Gun System. He concludes:

"The Zumwalt is an unmitigated disaster. Clearly it is not a good fit as a frontline warship. With its guns neutered, its role as a primary anti-submarine-warfare asset in question, its anti-air-warfare capabilities inferior to those of our current workhorse, the Arleigh Burke-class destroyers, and its stealth not nearly as advantageous as advertised, the Zumwalt seems to be a ship without a mission."
Indeed, only twenty navies in the world have surface warships (including aircraft carriers, but not transport ships) larger than a frigate: U.S. (111), Japan (48), China (33), Russia (20), India (14), France (14), United Kingdom (7), Norway (5), Italy (4), Taiwan (4), Netherlands (4), Denmark (3), Germany (3), South Korea (3), Egypt (3), Saudi Arabia (3), Spain (2), Brazil (1), Thailand (1), and Morocco (1).

Only seven of these countries (China, Russia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Thailand and Morocco) would plausibly be U.S. naval warfare adversaries in the foreseeable future (while many of the remaining thirteen countries would likely be allies of the U.S. in an future naval warfare in their region). These seven plausible adversaries have 62 large surface warships ships combined. Of these only China and Russia are really serious concerns militarily and they have 53 large surface warships combined.

The Russian fleet's large ships, moreover, are split between several global regions that are distant from each other in some case (Northern, Baltic, Black Sea and Pacific). The aircraft carrier, the battleship, one smaller cruiser, and six destroyers are in Russia's Northern fleet. One smaller cruiser and five destroyers are in Russia's Pacific fleet. One of its smaller cruisers and one of its destroyers are in Russia's Black Sea fleet. Three of its destroyers are in Russia's Baltic fleet.

Several other plausible U.S. naval warfare adversaries such as Iran and North Korea have submarines but no large surface combatants.

Currently, the U.S. has 20 aircraft carriers (11 "super carriers" of 100,000 tons or more, and 9 amphibious assault ships which can carry helicopters, Osprey aircraft, Harrier aircraft or F-35B aircraft of 40,000-45,000 tons), Italy has 2, Japan has 4, France has 4, Australia has 2, Egypt has 2, and Brazil, China, India, Russia, Spain, Thailand and the United Kingdom each have one. In all there are 42 aircraft carriers in active naval service in the world.

Five aircraft carriers (one each from the U.K., China, Russia, India and France in order of size) are between the size of a U.S. super carrier and the smallest U.S. amphibious assault ship ranging from 42,000 to 65,000 tons (and only four of these from the China, Russia, India and France, and the ten U.S. super carriers, allow for something other than a vertical landing). The other eighteen aircraft carriers range from 11,486 tons to 27,100 tons (eleven of which are restricted to vertical takeoff and landing aircraft such as helicopters and the MV-22 Osprey). All twenty-seven carriers under 42,000 tons and two larger aircraft (one from the U.S. at 45,000 tons and one from the U.K. at 65,000 tons) are restricted either to short takeoff vertical landing aircraft such as an F-35B or a Harrier, or to vertical takeoff and landing aircraft.

Eleven more carriers (including two that are only VTOL carriers) are undergoing sea trials or ordered: the U.S. 3, China 3, and South Korea, India, Italy and Turkey one each.

Currently, the U.S. has 22 cruisers (10,000 tons each) and Russia has 4 (one battleship with 28,000 tons and three cruisers with 12,500 tons) in active service. In all there are 27 cruisers in active naval service in the world. The U.S. cruisers are virtually indistinguishable from its destroyers and slightly inferior to them as they are older designs.

Currently, the U.S. has 69 destroyers (including 2 of the Zumwalt class), Japan has 44, China has 32, Russia has 15, India has 13, France has 10, the U.K. has 6, Norway has 5Taiwan has 4, the Netherlands has 4Germany has 3, Denmark has 3South Korea has 3Saudi Arabia has 3, Italy has 2, Egypt has 1, Morocco has 1, and Spain has 1. The largest destroyer in active service (other than the two Zumwalt class destroyers in active service) is 10,290 tons and many of which are considerably smaller. Some of the destroyer class ships are larger, more capable ships actually called frigates in an effort to make comparisons comparable. All ships classified as frigates for these purposes are under 5,000 tons, although a few particularly capable frigates between 4,000 and 5,000 tons are classified as destroyers. There are 219 destroyers in all of the world's navies combined.

In all there are 42 aircraft carriers over 11,000 tons and 7 other surface combatants over 11,000 tons in naval service in the world. Of those, 20 aircraft carriers and 2 other surface combatants are in the U.S. Navy and 1 aircraft carrier and 4 other surface combatants (one battleship and three cruisers) are in the Russian Navy. The other navies of the world have 21 aircraft carriers, only 10 of which are more than VTOL helicopter carriers. There are 244 other surface combatants bigger than frigates in the world in active naval service (of which 67 are in the U.S. Navy and 15 are in the Russian Navy).

The Japanese Naval Experience

The case that really brought this home for the Japanese was the sinking of the battleship Yamato.  This 71,000 ton ship with massive 18 inch guns was tough.  It  had previously survived a hit from a torpedo delivered by a U.S. submarine on Christmas Day in 1943, and two bombs that hit it in October of 1944, in the Leyte Gulf.  Two more 36,000 ton Japanese battleships, the Fuso and the Yamashiro, were sunk by naval gunfire and torpedoes in that same October battle.  Bombs damaged the 39,000 ton Japanese battleship Nagato in the battle of the Leyte Gulf badly enough to remove it from action. Ultimately, air power prevailed over the big guns and heavy armor of the pinnacle of the battleship era.  On April 7, 1945, the Yamato was sunk by carrier based U.S. aircraft and it took 2,498 Japanese sailors with it.  The 32,000 ton Japanese battleship Ise (already removed from service nine months earlier by a mine), and Japanese battleships Hyunga and Haruna were sunk by carrier based U.S. aircraft in July of 1945.

Japan had already lost its 32,000 ton battlecruiser Kirishima to 16” naval gunfire from the 47,000 ton American battleship Washington in 1942 in one of the last of the battles that went according traditional naval models of close range ship to ship combat, in this case, at a range of a mile and a half.  The 28,000 ton Japanese battleship Kongo was sunk by a submarine in November of 1944.  Its three sister ships were sunk by U.S. aircraft in World War II.

The American Naval Experience in World War II

Americans remember Pearl Harbor.  Yes, this carrier based air attack was a surprise.  But, a heavily armored hull did not prevent this attack from sinking the 32,000 ton U.S. battleship Arizona and three other battleships.  Four more battleships were seriously damaged, the 29,000 ton American battleship Nevada among them, although the Nevada was ultimately returned to service and survived further battle damage on multiple occasions.  Few naval strategists before Pearl Harbor had realized how vulnerable the fleet was to aerial attack.

The 33,000 ton American battleship Idaho ran aground off Okinawa in June of 1945.  American battleship Pennsylvania,  a sister ship of the Arizona, was taken out of action by enemy aircraft in August of 1945.

The 45,000 ton American battleship Indiana did exhibit the resilience in the face of damage which battleships are legendary for notwithstanding a mixed experience in real life.  It survived both a collision and a hit by a kamakazi pilot in 1944, and serious storm damage in 1945, yet survived until decommissioning in 1963.  The 45,000 ton South Dakota similarly sustained and survived repeated battle damage. The 56,000 ton American battleship Iowa likewise survived serious damage from shore fire sustained in March of 1944, and the 47,000 ton battleship Washington survived a 1942 torpedo hit from a Japanese submarine and a 1945 friendly fire incident.

The German Naval Experience in World War II

Germany’s 51,000 ton battleship the Bismark found its fate at the bottom of the sea in May of 1941.  The British Royal Air Force damaged the 40,000 ton German battleship Gneisenau to the point that it never again was useable as a battleship in 1942.  Sister German battleship Scharnhorst, however, survived in the face of a seemingly never ending barrage of hits sustained.

The Italian and Vichy French Naval Experiences in World War II

Both Italy and Vichy France both saw battleships destroyed in port before they were ever launched.  

The planned 48,000 ton battleship Clemenceau was destroyed in its French port during a bombing raid in August 1944.  The 36,000 ton battleship Dunkerque, in the hands of the Vichy French, was damaged sufficiently to be taken out of action, and lost one in seven of its crew members, in July of 1940, by a combination of British warship attacks and torpedoes in two separate incidents.

The 30,000 ton Italian battleship Duilio wasn’t actually sunk, but a British bombing raid in November of 1940 took it out of service for about a year, and the ship served only a brief secondary role in World War II thereafter.  The 46,000 ton battleship Vittorio Veneto was taken out of action by British aircraft in 1941, then by a submarine, and then 1943 by another aircraft.  The 47,000 ton Italian battleship Littorio was taken out of commission by British aircraft by June of 1942.

The Spanish Naval Experience in World War II

The 16,000 ton battleship Espana was sunk by a “friendly” mine in July of 1937 during the Spanish civil war, killing a third of the sailors on board.

The British Naval Experience in World Wars I and II.

While it predates World War II, it is worth recalling that the 22,000 ton British battleship Dreadnought (the second of that name launched in 1906) which became synonymous with the very notion of a battleship, sank only one enemy vessel, a German submarine, in all of World War I.  It achieved this end not with its ten 12” guns, but with a methodology as old as Greek naval warfare.  It rammed it.

German dive bombing planes took the 30,000 ton British battleship Iron Duke out of service on October 17, 1939.  It Italian airplane’s torpedo took the 38,000 ton British battleship Nelson out of service for a year on September 27, 1941.  The British lost the 42,000 ton battleship Prince of Wales in December of 1941 to an attack by Japanese aircraft, after having suffered serious damage from naval guns, which was repaired, earlier that same year.  The 33,000 ton British battleship Queen Elizabeth was removed from service when an Italian frogman bombed it while it was in harbor that same month.

          

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Eczema - A growing decease for working class

Everyday workplace irritants such as chemicals, soaps and detergents can lead to prolonged absence from work or even unemployment, according to a Danish study.

"Occupational hand eczema has increased in humans over last few decades and has slowly become important as people have started taking longer than usual vacation time." the study authors wrote.

The disease, characterized by redness and inflammation, can also have a serious impact on how you live your life. Previous research named occupational hand eczema as very common occupational decease in Denmark and other countries.

As reported in the March issue of the Archives of Dermatology, the researchers had 564 patients fill out an initial questionnaire asking them about leave from work, job loss, depression, personal satisfaction on health and eczema severity. They also filled out a same questionnaire one year later.

After one year the facts found that 25 percent of the study participants had constant severe or worse occupational hand eczema, 41 percent showed some improvement, and 34 percent showed no change or has low to medium eczema. Butchers, kitchen workers and cooks, hairdressers and people aged 25 to 29 were the groups most affected by the problem.

Severe cases, being age 40 or older, and having low self-rated life predicted unemployment and longer leave from work (more than five weeks in the previous year) at follow-up. The study also found that patients with occupational hand eczema were at a relatively low social status (based on education and job status) and at high risk for work absence, a change of job, and unemployment.

"To avoid long leave from work that may lead to social and economic decline, physicians must try to identify subgroups of patients who are at greater risk of a poor outcome," researchers at the University of Copenhagen said in a prepared statement. Wearing eczema gloves has shown results with reduced pain while wearing them at work

 


          

Denmark will see 5,000 New Millionaires by 2022

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Denmark will see 5,000 new millionaires by 2022 Currently, there are nearly 20,000 high net worth individuals in Denmark and thanks to the country’s strong economic performance, this number will increase by nearly a quarter by 2022, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. The company’s latest report: ‘Wealth in Denmark: Sizing the … Continue reading Denmark will see 5,000 New Millionaires by 2022
          

LAURANCE, Bill/BOB MINTZER/WDR BIG BAND - Live At The Philharmonie Cologne (Jazzline Germany) gatefold 2xLP

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Title: Live At The Philharmonie Cologne
Artist: LAURANCE, Bill/BOB MINTZER/WDR BIG BAND
Label: Jazzline Germany
Format: gatefold 2xLP

Track listing:
MP3 Sample The Good Things
MP3 Sample Denmark Hill
MP3 Sample Ready Wednesday
MP3 Sample Swagtimes
MP3 Sample Money In The Desert
MP3 Sample Golden Hour
MP3 Sample The Rush
MP3 Sample Swift
MP3 Sample Red Sand

          

CP-North: living life in the Nordic countries? A retrospective register research protocol on individuals with cerebral palsy and their parents living in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland.

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CP-North: living life in the Nordic countries? A retrospective register research protocol on individuals with cerebral palsy and their parents living in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. Alriksson-Schmidt, A; Ahonen, M; Andersen, GL; Eggertsdottir, G; Haula, T; Jahnsen, R; Jarl, J; Jeglinsky-Kankainen, I; Jonsdottir, G; Seid, AK; Asgeirsdottir, TL; Moller-Madsen, B; Nordbye-Nielsen, K; Saha, S; Steskal, D; Sääksvuori, L; Hägglund, G
          

DIE Blog: Look North: The Arctic Council as an example for the management of transboundary challenges?

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Panorama Arctic Region. sunrise with trees in the front

The Arctic, in media coverage, is depicted as a region prone to international conflicts, a “lawless frontier” where “a new Cold War brews” due to the region’s strategic relevance and its estimated resource riches. Recently, a supposed diplomatic spat between Denmark (which is present through Greenland) and the USA hit the news. Most often exaggerations and fears are particularly directed towards Russia’s and China’s involvement in Arctic affairs. Often, this media narrative creates a “polar orientalism”, following a term coined by Edward Said, which describes the distorting description of a region (in Said’s case: the Middle East) by using a lens that focusses on exotic elements rather than communalities. Researchers and policy-makers, on the other hand, often use the term “Global Arctic”, to emphasise the region’s global interconnectedness and emphasise the cooperation among the various stakeholders engaged in Arctic politics.

While similar to other regions, globalisation has an impact on the “complex and deeply interdependent ecological, economic, cultural, political, and societal processes” in the Arctic particularly the rapidly melting sea ice visualizes dramatically that the Arctic is warming at twice the global rate. Due to the relevance of the polar caps for the global climate, not only climate movements such as the “Friday for Future”- and “Extinction Rebellion”- activists emphasise the need to protect the Arctic’s environment for the sake of humanity at large. In this context, the governance of the region stands out: The long-established cooperative-approach chosen by the actors engaged in the Arctic Council, the leading intergovernmental forum and “most important multilateral framework in the region”, is not only unique but has often been evaluated to be a success, as enhancing cooperation and thereby contributing to peace and stability in the region. But what are main drivers behind this success?

Shared narratives in Arctic policies

Already in 1996, when the Arctic Council was established, all actors shared the understanding that circumpolar problems are transboundary in scope and need to be solved collectively. Cooperation between state and non-state actors are seen since as key to address particularly challenges related to “sustainable development” and “environmental protection”. These two thematic pillars also guide the work conducted under the auspices of the council and are often drawn upon in policies adopted by actors with interests in the Arctic. Such national visions for the Arctic region generally acknowledge the legal frameworks and recognise the special role of the countries bordering the Arctic Ocean in the Arctic Council. They illustrate the wide acceptance of the Arctic Council as a central governance setting for the Arctic and empower its main narrative on the need to strengthen international cooperation.

The policies released by non-Arctic actors often relate to environmental and economic concerns to justify strategic interests in the Arctic. China, for example, presents itself as a “near-Arctic state” affected by the “natural conditions of the Arctic and their changes” and “hopes to work with all parties to build a ‘Polar Silk Road’ through developing the Arctic shipping routes”. Germany, for its part, emphasises the “expert knowledge in research and highly developed technology and with regards to environmental standards and sustainable economic development” that it can provide – most recently illustrated by the much-feted MOSAiC expedition. And the European Union relates to the “far-reaching consequences for the region’s role as a regulator of the Earth’s climate” and promotes the “sustainable use of resources and economic development together with people living in the region”. However, instead of denying the participation of non-regional actors in the council to maintain an exclusive say, the Arctic Council followed a different strategy: It decided to enlarge the number of participants and thereby elevated the international standing and legitimacy of the Arctic Council.

Enlargement and joint knowledge production

The enlargement of the Arctic Council can also be seen as a strategy deriving from the “practical need” to manage complex challenges in a changing Arctic, also considering legitimacy. Due to their high scientific quality, particularly the influential flagship reports prepared by the council’s working groups have been perceived as relevant and effective output, giving the council “the reputation of a ‘cognitive forerunner’”. However, preparing these kind of reports requires not only financial but also knowledge resources. In this way, the Arctic Council has cooperated with indigenous peoples’ organizations and researchers from non-regional countries since its establishment and negotiated a legally binding agreement with the purpose of “Enhancing International Arctic Scientific Cooperation” (2016). Also, the other two agreements adopted by the Arctic Council seek to enhance and strengthen cooperation in the contexts of “Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue in the Arctic” (2011) and “Marine Oil Pollution, Preparedness and Response in the Arctic” (2013). Particularly the successful negotiation of binding agreements and the research activities conducted under the auspices of the Arctic Council strengthened its reputation, and (formed as a soft-law forum) these successes “exceeded the expectations of many of those who were present during its inception”.

The Arctic Council: A forum to learn from?

In times during which multilateralism is often perceived as being in crisis and nationalism is on the rise, the Arctic Council seems to be a refreshing governance setting that encourages cooperation and the acceptance of shared responsibilities. In that regard, it serves also as a telling example in discussions on how to improve transnational cooperation to achieve shared goals as defined in visions such as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Climate Agreement: By including actors that share a similar interest and through focusing on high quality knowledge production to guide policy-making. However, while the council’s broad mandate allows various actors to connect with its work, it also gave room for different interpretations, hampering not only the measurement, monitoring and evaluation of the work conducted under its auspices but also the alignment of different approaches. While overall, the Arctic Council may be celebrated as a successful forum for addressing transboundary challenges in a cooperative manner, in times of ever more rapid global changes the Arctic Council needs to improve its process management in that regard to address pertinent issues in a prompt and effective manner.

 

 

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Dorothea Wehrmann is a researcher at the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE). Her research focuses on different formats of transnational cooperation and in her new book “Critical Geopolitics of the Polar Regions: An Inter-American Perspective” she argues that policy making in the Arctic and Antarctic is strongly entangled with global, national and local politics as the reasoning drawn upon is represented, inspired and reinforced across these levels.

Der Beitrag Look North: The Arctic Council as an example for the management of transboundary challenges? erschien zuerst auf International Development Blog.


          

ISPOR Europe 2019 Convened 5500 Healthcare Stakeholders to Discuss the Digital Transformation of Healthcare

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Newswise imageISPOR, the professional society for health economics and outcomes research (HEOR), concluded its ISPOR Europe 2019 conference yesterday in Copenhagen, Denmark.
          

Episode 59: Wild at Art

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Why do men seem less likely than women to show interest in the arts? Matt gathers the manliest men he knows—Anselm founder Brian Brown and Anselm artist Kory Denmark—to find out.

Photo by Carole Raddato

Mosaic: Pair of Centaurs Fighting Cats of Prey from Hadrian's Villa, c. 130 AD, Altes Museum Berlin


          

Teen self-harm: rates have dramatically decreased in Denmark – here’s what other countries can learn

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Having better access to mental health support could be one reason for lower self-harm rates among Danish teens. Pressmaster/ Shutterstock

Concern has been growing over rising rates of self-harm in teenagers. In the UK and Ireland, increases began around the time of the 2008 economic crash and show no sign of slowing. One study of the UK found rates among teenage girls rose by two-thirds between 2011 and 2014.

But some surprising new findings suggest that stress caused by recession and financial uncertainty does not necessarily lead to rises in suicidal behaviour. My colleagues and I examined rates of teenagers treated in hospital for self-harm in Denmark. Contrary to expectations, we found that rates of self-harm in Danish teenagers actually fell between 2008 and 2016. Although Denmark experienced an economic recession, why didn’t rates of self-harm among teenagers see a similar spike as in other countries?

Our study analysed Danish national patient registers, which contain data on individuals treated in hospitals and outpatient departments in Denmark. Such population-level registers are unique to Scandinavian countries. The registers allowed us to look at the numbers of young people attending hospital or outpatient clinics after having self-harmed and compare them against all teenagers of the same age in Denmark.

We found that the rates of self-harm in young people living in Denmark aged between ten and 19 decreased each year between 2008 and 2016. The rate decreased by more than 40% from the beginning to the end of the study period. This pattern was seen in younger and older teenagers and in both girls and boys.

It has long been accepted that economic recession is associated with increases in suicide rates. Suicidal behaviour is undoubtedly a highly personal experience, but the way that society can influence it has been recognised as early as the late 19th century. Following the most recent global recession in 2008, increased rates of suicide and self-harm were seen across Europe and North America.

In Ireland, rates of self-harm among teenagers increased by 22% between 2007 and 2016. In the UK, the government’s response to the recession was to impose austerity measures. This resulted in cuts to government spending on healthcare, unemployment benefits and social services, all of which have a proven negative impact on mental health and well-being.

But free universal healthcare, widespread access to unemployment programmes and increased welfare spending during recession can soften the blow of financial hardship. In line with findings from the UK, we found that the highest rates of self-harm were among teenagers from the poorest households. But our research found that, even for these teenagers, rates fell between 2008 and 2016. While we can only speculate about the causes of the fall in rates, Denmark appears to have protected its most vulnerable young people from rises experienced by other countries.

Of course, adolescents will be affected by economic recession – but, being less directly affected by the job market, they’re unlikely to experience it in the same way as adults. However, there are a number of other factors that are likely to exacerbate self-harming behaviours, such as pressure at school, difficulties at home, or mental health issues such as depression or anxiety – but certain measures can also protect teenagers’ mental health, which may be especially important during economic upheaval when populations are more vulnerable.

Social media pressures

While social media pressure may be particularly intense for teenagers, frequently voiced concerns that it might cause harm to mental health and well-being may be overstated. One study found that most social media content concerning self-harm was positive. The study found that social media was mostly used as a platform to process difficult emotions creatively and share stories of recovery – rather than to promote self-harming behaviours. Social media also has the potential to increase awareness about seeking help for mental health problems – but this would only reduce self-harm rates if mental health support was available and accessible for young people.

Social media might actually provide much-needed support for teens. Grzegorz Placzek/ Shutterstock

More availability and better access to mental health support might be one reason for lower rates of self-harm in Denmark. Since 2007, suicide prevention clinics have been offering psychosocial therapy across Denmark for people at risk of suicide. The program was introduced gradually from 1992 and expanded to cover the whole country. These clinics have been found to have positive effects on reducing self-harm and suicide.

Yet, in many parts of the world, adolescents struggle to access mental health services. Evidence from the UK shows that teenagers from the most deprived neighbourhoods are more likely to self-harm yet are less likely to receive mental health treatment.

Denmark has also taken steps to regulate sales of common painkillers to under-18s. In many parts of the world, including the UK, there’s been a sharp rise in the number of young adults who have overdosed on painkillers and antidepressants. Tougher regulations of these common painkillers might help to delay access – and research has shown that even a small delay in accessing a suicide method can be enough to halt the act.

Having access to health and welfare services, alongside good social connections within societies, can help reduce the prevalence of self-harm – especially during difficult economic times. Places that young people spend time in – such as schools, colleges, universities and health services – can also offer opportunities for social connection.

Social media that encourages social connections could also help young people build more resilience and better manage uncertainties such as a poor job market and financial insecurity. Better funding for mental health services may also be able to help protect younger populations from the harmful effects of economic turmoil and other stresses.The Conversation

Sarah Steeg, Presidential Research Fellow, University of Manchester

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.


          

Teen self-harm: rates have decreased in Denmark – here’s what other countries can learn

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Concern has been growing over rising rates of self-harm in teenagers. In the UK and Ireland, increases began around the time of the 2008 economic crash and show no sign of slowing. One study of the UK found rates among teenage girls rose by two-thirds between 2011 and 2014.

But some surprising new findings suggest that stress caused by recession and financial uncertainty does not necessarily lead to rises in suicidal behaviour. My colleagues and I examined rates of teenagers treated in hospital for self-harm in Denmark. Contrary to expectations, we found that rates of self-harm in Danish teenagers actually fell between 2008 and 2016. Although Denmark experienced an economic recession, why didn’t rates of self-harm among teenagers see a similar spike as in other countries?

Our study analysed Danish national patient registers, which contain data on individuals treated in hospitals and outpatient departments in Denmark. Such population-level registers are unique to Scandinavian countries. The registers allowed us to look at the numbers of young people attending hospital or outpatient clinics after having self-harmed and compare them against all teenagers of the same age in Denmark.

We found that the rates of self-harm in young people living in Denmark aged between ten and 19 decreased each year between 2008 and 2016. The rate decreased by more than 40% from the beginning to the end of the study period. This pattern was seen in younger and older teenagers and in both girls and boys.

It has long been accepted that economic recession is associated with increases in suicide rates. Suicidal behaviour is undoubtedly a highly personal experience, but the way that society can influence it has been recognised as early as the late 19th century. Following the most recent global recession in 2008, increased rates of suicide and self-harm were seen across Europe and North America.

In Ireland, rates of self-harm among teenagers increased by 22% between 2007 and 2016. In the UK, the government’s response to the recession was to impose austerity measures. This resulted in cuts to government spending on healthcare, unemployment benefits and social services, all of which have a proven negative impact on mental health and well-being.

But free universal healthcare, widespread access to unemployment programmes and increased welfare spending during recession can soften the blow of financial hardship. In line with findings from the UK, we found that the highest rates of self-harm were among teenagers from the poorest households. But our research found that, even for these teenagers, rates fell between 2008 and 2016. While we can only speculate about the causes of the fall in rates, Denmark appears to have protected its most vulnerable young people from rises experienced by other countries.

Social media might actually provide much-needed support for teens. - Grzegorz Placzek/ Shutterstock

Of course, adolescents will be affected by economic recession – but, being less directly affected by the job market, they’re unlikely to experience it in the same way as adults. However, there are a number of other factors that are likely to exacerbate self-harming behaviours, such as pressure at school, difficulties at home, or mental health issues such as depression or anxiety – but certain measures can also protect teenagers’ mental health, which may be especially important during economic upheaval when populations are more vulnerable.

While social media pressure may be particularly intense for teenagers, frequently voiced concerns that it might cause harm to mental health and well-being may be overstatedOne study found that most social media content concerning self-harm was positive. The study found that social media was mostly used as a platform to process difficult emotions creatively and share stories of recovery – rather than to promote self-harming behaviours. Social media also has the potential to increase awareness about seeking help for mental health problems – but this would only reduce self-harm rates if mental health support was available and accessible for young people.

More availability and better access to mental health support might be one reason for lower rates of self-harm in Denmark. Since 2007, suicide prevention clinics have been offering psychosocial therapy across Denmark for people at risk of suicide. The program was introduced gradually from 1992 and expanded to cover the whole country. These clinics have been found to have positive effects on reducing self-harm and suicide.

Yet, in many parts of the world, adolescents struggle to access mental health services. Evidence from the UK shows that teenagers from the most deprived neighbourhoods are more likely to self-harm yet are less likely to receive mental health treatment.

Denmark has also taken steps to regulate sales of common painkillers to under-18s. In many parts of the world, including the UK, there’s been a sharp rise in the number of young adults who have overdosed on painkillers and antidepressants. Tougher regulations of these common painkillers might help to delay access – and research has shown that even a small delay in accessing a suicide method can be enough to halt the act.

Having access to health and welfare services, alongside good social connections within societies, can help reduce the prevalence of self-harm – especially during difficult economic times. Places that young people spend time in – such as schools, colleges, universities and health services – can also offer opportunities for social connection.

Social media that encourages social connections could also help young people build more resilience and better manage uncertainties such as a poor job market and financial insecurity. Better funding for mental health services may also be able to help protect younger populations from the harmful effects of economic turmoil and other stresses.The Conversation

 

Sarah Steeg, Presidential Research Fellow, University of Manchester. This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.

 


          

Influencer Manager for Local Engagements

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About us: We are an influencer marketing platform (getachoo.com)based in Denmark with offices in Copenhagen, Dubai and Vietnam. We have over the last 5 Years been helping brands such as L'Oréal, Samsung, Samsonite, Disney with their Influencer Marketing Activities... (Budget: $15 - $25 USD, Jobs: Facebook Marketing, Google Plus, Internet Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Twitter)
          

SWEDEN-DENMARK SILVER (15 COIN LOT COLLECTION) MIXED DATE ALL SILVER ISSUE

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QSL OZ-Viola received

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DENMARK, OZ-Viola, 5825, eQSL received in one hour. Reception report sent to: jansteendk@hotmail.com   Manuel Méndez Lugo, Spain  

L'articolo QSL OZ-Viola received proviene da Bclnews.


          

Предложение (Аудио-видео техника / Москва). Jamo 477. Напольные колонки. Made in Denmark

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Jamo 477. Напольные колонки. Made in Denmark

Продаю небольшие напольники от известного производителя качественной акустики JAMO. Сделано в Дании, 1995 год. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Добротно изготовлены, компактные, стильный дизайн. ВЧ твитер с мягким тканевым куполом и 2 низкочастотника создают чистое и детальное воспроизведение всего частотного диапазона. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ►► Общие характеристики, спецификация: ◄◄ • Тип, конструкция: 2-х по... Полный текст


          

LOOK: OFW railway engineer leaves Denmark, returns to PHL to help build subway, LRT-2

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All things considered, Deo Miranda had it good in Europe. As a railway engineer in Denmark, Deo

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Silicon Valley Bank Targets Denmark for Growth

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Silicon Valley Bank has targeted Denmark as a potential market for growth due to less regulation around lending; the bank has set aside about $200mn to lend to Danish technology companies and is opening an office in Copenhagen; “Denmark has created a much more streamlined environment, so that, coupled with the phenomenal innovation that we’ve […]
          

Pelukis kartun Nabi TEWAS / MODAR dijilat api

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Dalam laporan salah satu TV Arab Saudi ,akhbar arab yang di terbitkan dari arab saudi melaporkan bahwa Kurt Westergaard seorang kartunis denmark yang melukis gambar nabi muhammad tewas dalam sebuah kebakaran yang menimpa kartunis tersebut,
Pemerintah Denmark berusaha sekeras mungkin untuk menutupi kejadian tersebut yang menyebabkan tewasnya kartunis Denmark tersebut.



 
Kurt Westergaard adalah seorang kartunis Denmark yang telah lancang dan berani membuat gambar Nabi Muhammad SAW, yang membuat umat islam murka dan turun kejalan jalan untuk mengecam tindakan kartunis denmark tersebut, Kurt Westergaard lelaki yang melukis kartun nabi Muhammad SAW dengan niat menghina islam dengan kuasa Allah kartunis Denmark tersebut telah dikabarkan mati secara mengenaskan dengan tubuh terbakar tetapi media Denmark masih bungkam tentang apa penyebab yang menyebabkan terbakarnya kartunis Denmark tersebut.

Kematian Kurt westergaard adalah pelajaran bagi mereka yang suka menghina nabi Muhammad SAW, ini adalah kuasa Allah dan Azab bagi para pengingkar...Subhanallah

sumber : tv arab saudi

          

Galati Declaration Issued on Sturgeon Conservation in the Danube Basin and Black Sea

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Sturgeons are one of the most endangered species on the planet © unknown30 October 2019, Galati (Romania) - The first ever joint discussion of sturgeon conservation issues among representatives from the Danube Basin and the Black Sea countries has resulted in the Galati Declaration on Sturgeon Conservation in the Danube Basin and Black Sea. The Declaration puts forward key messages to decision-makers from all relevant institutions and other stakeholders as a basis for shaping future actions and the way forward to saving sturgeons from extinction. More importantly, the document will serve as an implementation guide for the Pan-European Sturgeon Action Plan under the Bern Convention and EU Habitats Directive.
 
READ GALATI DECLARATION
 
The 120 delegates to the International Conservation of Danube Sturgeons Conference: A Challenge or a Burden, represented fisheries, water and environmental administrations, the scientific community and civil society from Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, Turkey, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, Belgium, Denmark, Canada and the European Commission.
 
"Conference participants confirmed the urgent need for regional collaboration on a long-term fishing ban, effective measures against poaching, limiting bycatch in commercial fisheries and, to ensure that we do not lose the species while trying to save them from extinction, rearing these fish in scientifically controlled facilities in several countries to release them into rivers where populations have crashed or vanished altogether. Other measures highlighted at the meeting are the need of engaging fishing communities in sturgeon conservation and protection of remaining sturgeon habitats for spawning, breeding or overwintering. Only if all relevant stakeholders work together within countries and across borders can these amazing fish be saved from extinction". - Peter Gammeltoft, Chair of the Danube Sturgeon Task Force
 
The conference was jointly organised by "Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati (Research and Development Centre for Sturgeon, Aquatic Habitats and Biodiversity), the DSTF (Danube Sturgeon Task Force), the Romanian Ministry of Water and Forests, the Romanian Ministry of Environment, NAFA (Romanian National Agency for Fisheries and Aquaculture), WSCS (World Sturgeon Conservation Society) and WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature), and took place under the patronage of the Romanian Presidency of the EUSDR (EU Strategy for the Danube Region) and the Romanian Academy from October 28-30.
 
For more information:
Beate Striebel
WWF Network Sturgeon Strategy Coordinator,
WWF Central and Eastern Europe
bstriebel@wwfcee.org
+43 1 524 54 70 0
 
Background
According to the IUCN, today sturgeons are one of the most endangered species on the planet.
WWF-CEE's long-term sturgeon strategy is to re-invigorate and re-establish healthy, stable populations of this key Danube species, and protect the Green Heart of Europe for nature and people. Currently, there is a complete ban of sturgeon fishing in the Danube and the Black Sea. However, larger fish that swim upstream to reproduce still fall prey to poaching because of the high price their caviar and meat fetches on the black market. Sturgeons are long-lived and reproduce only a few times in their life. We must make sure their habitats are protected and they are allowed to grow and thrive, or we risk losing a species which has survived over 200 million years.
          

Analysis: Ireland's poor preparation and tactics costs them against Denmark

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The Boys in Green’s World Cup dream died in humiliating fashion at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday.
          

AS Peringatkan Jerman Mengenai Ancaman Rusia 

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Amerika memperingatkan sekutu utamanya di Eropa mengenai peningkatan ancaman dari Rusia, ketika Jerman bersiap-siap untuk memperingati 30 tahun runtuhnya Tembok Berlin. Menteri Luar Negeri Mike Pompeo hari Rabu (6/11) dijadwalkan terbang menuju ke Jerman, tiga dekade setelah tembok itu dihancurkan untuk menekankan apa dikatakan pejabat AS, perlunya melanjutkan kemitraan transatlantik yang diperkuat. Pertemuan diplomat tertinggi AS dengan para pemimpin di Jerman itu juga terjadi beberapa hari setelah Denmark menyelesaikan salah satu rintangan hukum terakhir untuk proposal pipa gas alam yang menghubungkan Rusia dan Jerman, dan sebagai Nord Stream 2. Seorang pejabat senior Departemen Luar Negeri mengatakan AS khawatir tentang "keamanan energi" mitra-mitranya di Eropa dan menyebut Nord Stream 2 "terutama sebagai alat politik" Rusia dan "bukan proyek komersial murni." "Kekhawatiran kita sudah sering disampaikan. Kita menganggap hal ini sebagai alat dimana Rusia ingin menggunakan energi untuk memajukan agenda geopolitik Rusia," kata pejabat itu kepada VOA hari Selasa (5/11), ketika memberikan pengarahan singkat. Pejabat itu menambahkan Nord Stream 2 "membahayakan" prioritas keamanan energi dengan "membuat negara-negara Eropa dan sekutu kita lebih bergantung pada sumber energi pada satu negara." Jerman adalah konsumen gas alam terbesar di Eropa, karena sangat sedikit menghasilkan energi dan sangat bergantung pada impor. Pejabat di sana tidak terlampau membesar-besarkan kekhawatiran AS mengenai keamanan dan geopolitik. Dalam langkah lain yang dianggap sebagai tanggapan terhadap peringatan A.S., Jerman tidak melibatkan Huawei Technologies, vendor peralatan telekomunikasi terkemuka yang berbasis di Shenzhen, China, dalam peluncuran jaringan 5G Jerman. (my/jm)
          

November 03rd, 2019

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DOUBLES IS THE GAME (Football)-0.59 pts ​FC Copenhagen to beat Sonderjyske (Denmark Superliga 17:00)Atalanta to beat Cagliari (Italy Serie A 11:30)1pt double at 1.97 with Unibet, Marathon DOUBLES IS THE GAME FULL RESULTS FIRST PAST THE POST (Horse Racing)+54.66 pts14:45 Cork - Sayo1pt win at 3.50 with most providers15:05 Carlisle - Aye Right1pt win at 3.75 with most providers FIRST PAST THE POST FULL RESULTS JUMPAROUND (Horse Racing)+27.38ptsNo Selections today [...]
          

China Open: Parupalli Kashyap Crashes Out After Losing To Viktor Axelson In Second Round

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China Open: Parupalli Kashyap lost to Denmark's Viktor Axelson in straight games in the second round.
          

Im glad I finally signed up (Denmark, Kobenhavn K)

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This is really interesting, You're a very skilled blogger. I've joined your feed and look forward to seeking more of your fantastic post. Also, I've shared your web site in my social networks!
          

Longer lives, Later Births: Implications for Generational Overlap in Denmark (November 18, 2019 12:00pm)

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Marcy Carlson Event Begins: Monday, November 18, 2019 12:00pm
Location: Institute For Social Research
Organized By: Institute for Social Research

A Population Studies Center Brown Bag Seminar.

Fertility and mortality trends are the most fundamental determinants of human populations, and Western industrialized countries have witnessed notable changes in these patterns in recent decades: fertility rates have declined, and life expectancy has continued to increase. While demographers and other social scientists have explored the broad implications of population aging, less well understood are the individual-level consequences of conjoint changing fertility and mortality patterns. In particular, there is limited information about the extent to which life courses overlap today versus in prior decades and the implications of such. In this paper, we provide new evidence about generational overlap between grandparents and grandchildren using population register data from Denmark. We describe changing patterns of grandparents being alive-and life expectancy-at grandchildren's birth. Then, we evaluate differences in these patterns by socioeconomic status. These findings have implications for the transmission of inequality, as well as resource demands on governments.



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Marcia (Marcy) J. Carlson is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for Demography and Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her primary research interests center on the links between family contexts and the wellbeing of children and parents. Her recent work is focused on changing patterns of parenthood and family complexity, including differences by socioeconomic status. She has published in a range of demography, family and general social science journals.


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Clinical characteristics and glucose-lowering drug utilization among patients initiating liraglutide in Denmark: a routine clinical care prescription study

Knudsen, J. S., Thomsen, R. W., Pottegard, A., Knop, F. K. & Sørensen, H. T., 2019, In : Journal of Diabetes. 11, 8, p. 690-694

Research output: Contribution to journalLetterResearchpeer-review

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Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
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By Filippo Grandi, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
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Seven decades on, forced human displacement remains a global concern. The context is different, but the complexity remains immense. Today’s refugee crises are part of a growing flow of human mobility, driven by many overlapping elements.

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Refugees emerge from these widening fault-lines – a warning of things going wrong. This is why tackling forced displacement calls again for a bigger, broader ambition than we have managed to muster in the recent past.

This was the vision that drove the development of the Global Compact on Refugees. Addressing refugee crises cannot be done in isolation from larger global challenges, and from effective migration policies. The two compacts – on refugees, and on safe, orderly and regular migration – were designed to complement each other, and for good reason.

Look at the Sahel – a situation of enormous complexity, where insecurity, poverty and loss of traditional livelihoods are fracturing and uprooting entire communities, across the region and beyond. Protecting refugees and the internally displaced is vital. But this must be accompanied by a deeper and wider scope of action that cuts across the political, security, migration and development spheres.

Two aspects of the Global Compact on Refugees stand out.

One is its comprehensive approach. It accelerates a long-awaited shift in responses – from a traditional humanitarian angle, as the Deputy Secretary-General said, to one that preserves the humanitarian imperative, but matches it with a broader set of tools more adapted to the dynamics of today’s refugee flows.

This means peacemaking and peacebuilding, development action and private sector investment. It means sustained, strategic support to address the root causes of refugee movements and mixed population flows. The Deputy Secretary-General has just highlighted how this dovetails with the work to bring about a UN system that can best catalyze progress collectively towards the Sustainable Development Goals. Synergies between the compact and UN reforms are therefore relevant and strong.

Also, the compact makes tangible the commitment to international solidarity that underpins the refugee protection regime, but has never been fully realised. You will hear more about this from our new Assistant High Commissioner for Protection, Gillian Triggs, whom I am happy to introduce to you today.

Securing the refugee compact – a practical, concrete tool – proved that beyond the damaging, unilateral approaches that sometimes surface, a commitment to addressing refugee flows through international solidarity still prevails. At UNHCR, we are fully committed to this effort, and we count on all of you – our closest partners – to do the same. It is possible! The Global Refugee Forum, to be convened in December in this building, will be the opportunity to showcase what has been achieved, and make fresh commitments to further progress.

Mr Chairman,

The last year has underscored why the compact is needed, and how it is starting to re-shape our collective response. Let me share my thoughts on seven related challenges.

First, while much of the discussion on forced displacement has focused on arrivals in the global North, the most profound consequences by far are in host countries in the global South. Preserving asylum there, and helping host communities, requires more substantial and sustained international support. More than four million Venezuelans, for example, have left the country, the majority taking refuge in 14 nations in Latin America and the Caribbean. Most of these states have shown commendable solidarity, despite immense pressures. Colombia’s recent decision to grant citizenship at birth to the children of Venezuelans in the country is an example, and the Quito Process is helping shape a regional approach.

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Second, responses to 'mixed flows' of refugees and migrants continue to generate very divisive debates. Widespread political rhetoric exploits the anxieties prevailing among those excluded from the benefits of globalization, and directs those fears towards refugees and migrants – themselves among the most disenfranchised people on the planet. Pitting exclusion against exclusion is not only cynical and immoral – it rarely offers practical solutions to either. And measures taken or invoked to reduce flows – pushbacks, externalization of asylum processing, policies of deterrence – all erode refugee protection without really addressing the root causes of mixed flows, or the challenges of integration.

These situations are enormously complex – we must recognise that. I saw this last week in Mexico, where impressive examples of refugee integration are coupled with increasing migratory pressures from the region but also from Africa. A range of actions is undoubtedly needed to address these “mixed” flows. Several are included in that region under the MIRPS, a regional framework for protection and solutions which we have promoted; and we will contribute to UN efforts to support initiatives such as a regional development plan for Mexico and northern Central America, currently being discussed. In this context, saving lives and safeguarding the dignity and rights of all those on the move must remain central, together with access to international protection for those with valid claims. There and elsewhere, legal migration pathways would help prevent the abuse of asylum systems as substitutes of migration channels.

We observe these challenges not only in northern Central America and at the southern border of the United States, but also in southern Africa, and south-east Asia. In Europe, public confidence in asylum and migration management has been diminished, and must be restored through fast and fair procedures, good migration management that avoids overloading asylum systems, and investments in integration for those with a right to stay. Cooperation between governments is needed – including on the return of those who do not qualify for international protection or other stay arrangements.

I welcome the recent decisions of four EU States to establish a temporary cooperation mechanism for disembarking those rescued in the Mediterranean, and hope that this will galvanise broader EU engagement and revitalize rescue at sea arrangements. But this must also be matched by a broader ambition – investments in addressing the root causes of refugee flows, and supporting the efforts of refugee-hosting and transit countries. UNHCR continues to evacuate the most vulnerable from Libya – efforts for which Niger and now Rwanda are providing life-saving channels. Hopefully, others will join. We work closely with the International Organisation for Migration in these efforts, as elsewhere. But these operations pose enormous dilemmas, and can only be sustained as part of a comprehensive, responsibility-sharing approach that has the preservation of life, and access to international protection as central imperatives. There, as in several other operations, UNHCR colleagues and our partners are working – let us not forget that – under extremely dangerous conditions.

Third, long-standing and recurring displacement crises continue to persist, in the absence of political solutions. And other major crises are now becoming protracted too. In this context, the compact’s emphasis on inclusion, resilience and development action – pending solutions – is critical. This year marked the fortieth anniversary of the start of the Afghan refugee crisis. Regrettably, peace efforts seem once again to have stalled. I welcome Afghanistan’s decision to apply the comprehensive refugee response model in support of its initiatives to solve displacement, but solutions remain compromised by drought, insecurity and governance failures. Just 15,000 refugees returned home last year. The hospitality displayed by Pakistan and Iran, and their work on refugee inclusion and self-reliance, as well as on legal migration and stay options, are ground-breaking, but must receive more international support while the Afghan crisis continues.

In Somalia, too, while the commitment of the government to reduce forced displacement is evident and commendable, conflict and drought are still inhibiting solutions and driving new displacement. In this context, the regional application of the comprehensive response model by IGAD helps strengthen asylum, access to rights, and refugee inclusion in health, education and national economies.

Governments in the East and Horn of Africa have been in the forefront of the application of the comprehensive refugee response model. Ethiopia, Djibouti, Kenya and Uganda, among others, have made enormous strides with the support of the World Bank’s expertise and financing, bilateral development support and private sector investments. These are already transforming the lives of many refugees, as well as refugee-hosting communities across the region, and proving the validity of the model enshrined in the compact. They are giving concrete meaning to the African Union’s decision to declare 2019 the year of refugees, displaced people and returnees in Africa.

Fourth, the issue of repatriation continues to be the subject of much attention. A question we are increasingly asked is – how to advance solutions, when security in countries of origin remains fragile, and there is no end of hostilities? Can people return to their home countries in the absence of political settlements?

The answer is that returns must be driven by people, not by politics. Across UNHCR’s operations, we have an ongoing dialogue with refugees on return, and on the complex factors that influence their decisions. We work with governments to help create the conditions paving the way for returns. These must be voluntary and sustainable.

Take the example of Syria. Some 200,000 Syrian refugees have returned since 2016, and over three quarters of the almost six million refugees in neighbouring countries say they hope to return one day. We must continue to be guided by their views and decisions, and provide support to those who choose to return to avoid exposing them to further hardship.

Our policy is not to stand back and wait. We work with the Government of Syria to help address barriers to return and support confidence-building measures; hoping of course that recent political advances are consolidated; and that further humanitarian crises – especially in Idlib – can be avoided through concerted action by all parties.

In the meantime, international support to asylum countries must be sustained. Their outstanding generosity, and continuous donor support have helped Syrian refugees contend with long years in exile, even in places like Lebanon where the ratio of refugees to nationals continues to be the highest in the world. The achievements are significant: last year, 1.3 million Syrian refugee children were attending school, and 110,000 work permits were issued in Jordan and Turkey. However, acute poverty and vulnerability are weighing on people’s lives, and on host communities, and inevitably influencing their decisions.

In Myanmar, too, the Government has recognised the right of refugees in Bangladesh to return, and has started an important dialogue with the refugees, to build confidence and enable informed decisions. UNHCR and UNDP are working on social cohesion projects in northern Rakhine State to help pave the way for eventual returns. These are important steps, but need to be accompanied by more visible changes on key issues of refugee concern – freedom of movement, solutions for the internally displaced, clear information on a pathway to citizenship.

A second bilateral initiative to commence repatriation in August did not result in any refugees coming forward. But it sent important messages: the door is open, and voluntariness was respected. My hope is that this can now pave the way for a more strategic approach, in which refugee voices and choices are central. UNHCR stands ready to advise and support. There, and in other places, for example with Burundian refugees in Tanzania, and Nigerian refugees in the Lake Chad region, we are available to facilitate dialogue and solutions through tripartite approaches which include UNHCR.

Fifth, and closely linked to my previous point, we need to seize opportunities to accelerate solutions. Conflicts moving towards peace are rare, but when there is a chance, we have to pursue it. In this respect, we are closely following events in Sudan and South Sudan. The political transition in Sudan and the new Government’s commitment to a peace process have important implications for hundreds of thousands of Sudanese refugees, and for the internally displaced. The renewed momentum in the South Sudan peace process is also encouraging. Spontaneous refugee returns to South Sudan have already surpassed 200,000, and IDP returns are also under way.

Over the last two years, UNHCR and IGAD have been promoting the inclusion of refugees and internally displaced people in the South Sudan peace process. I hope that these recent developments will pave the way to a definitive end of the cycle of violence and displacement that has blighted the lives of generations of Sudanese and South Sudanese people.

Resettlement is another solution – albeit for very few. While some countries are stepping up their programmes, the overall number of places has plummeted. I am very disappointed by this. Resettlement saves lives and offers stability to refugees who are most vulnerable and at risk. I propose that we use more deliberately our new three-year strategy to intensify resettlement efforts, and expand private sector and community involvement.

The sixth major challenge relates to our engagement with the internally displaced. At the end of 2018, over 41 million people were living in displacement in their own countries. Major IDP operations, in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, the Lake Chad Basin, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Ukraine, remain among our most politically and operationally complex – but all are among our priorities. I wish to flag in particular that together with our partners, we are responding with more resources to the Ethiopian government’s call for support to address recent large-scale internal displacement in the country.

In sum, we are trying to better align our efforts to advance solutions for refugees and IDPs, and to design our operations more effectively, in the context of inter-agency efforts. Our new policy on internal displacement reflects our firm and revitalized commitment. This places particular emphasis on protection leadership, and aligning our interventions with those of our partners.

Mr. Chairman,

A few days ago, at the start of the 74th session of the General Assembly in New York, we heard calls to accelerate our responses to the climate emergency, before it is too late. Greta Thunberg, speaking for the next generations, and António Guterres, speaking as the world’s conscience, were adamant in asking all of us to take action – now.

These calls concern us, too, as we gather here to discuss issues of forced displacement. I have just presented six key displacement-related challenges. The seventh intersects and underpins them all.

Climate-related causes are a growing driver of new internal displacement, surpassing those related to conflict and violence by more than 50%. Climate is often also a pervasive factor in cross-border displacement.

The term “climate refugee” is not based in international law, and does not reflect the more complicated ways in which climate interacts with human mobility. But the image it conveys – of people driven from their homes as an outcome of the climate emergency – has rightly captured public attention.

I am often asked how the UN refugee organization can help respond to this challenge. I wish to take this opportunity to share a few thoughts for your consideration.

For some years, UNHCR has worked to highlight relevant legal frameworks and the protection gaps resulting from cross-border displacement in the context of climate change. We will continue to help steer international discussions and the legal and normative debate in this area, including through engagement with the Platform on Disaster Displacement, and other multilateral fora.

Forced displacement across borders can stem from the interaction between climate change and disasters with conflict and violence – or it can arise from natural or man-made disasters alone. Either situation can trigger international protection needs.

In the first case, these would normally be met through recognition as a refugee under the 1951 Convention or regional refugee frameworks. In the second, temporary protection or stay arrangements, on which UNHCR has expertise, can provide flexible and speedy responses.

Even more specifically, where disaster-related displacement occurs, a strong operational response, guided by protection considerations, is often needed. Here too, UNHCR will continue to work in inter-agency contexts to support governments – building on our strong expertise in emergency responses. The Global Compact on Refugees by the way calls for preparedness measures and evidence-based forecasting, and the inclusion of refugees in disaster risk reduction strategies.

There are other considerations. Climate factors drive people out of their homes – but large-scale refugee movements – whether or not climate-induced – have themselves in turn an environmental impact, and refugees are frequently located in climate hotspots. I am determined to make these considerations more relevant to the way we prepare for and respond to refugee crises.

At UNHCR, we have worked for years to reduce the environmental impact of refugee crises through renewable energy options, reforestation activities, and access to clean fuels and technology for cooking. We have now launched a revitalized energy strategy and are improving our tools to address these challenges. Private sector partners such as the IKEA Foundation have been invaluable in helping us develop new approaches.

And finally like other organizations, we recognise that our own operational footprint has an environmental impact, and are taking action accordingly. We are working, for example, to increase energy efficiency and renewable energy use.

Mr. Chairman,

Work to respond to these challenges is made possible by the strong confidence that UNHCR continues to receive from donor partners. We expect funds available this year to reach an estimated 4.82 billion US dollars. The United States’ contribution has continued to be the most substantial, and has been decisive in many challenging situations, and for this I am very grateful. I wish to thank the European Commission and Germany for their particularly strong support; and Sweden, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Norway and the Netherlands for providing critical, substantive unearmarked funding; and of course all other donors as well.

The gap between requirements and available resources nonetheless continues to grow in absolute terms and will reach around 3.82 billion US dollars this year. Private sector income is projected to increase by 11% over last year’s figure, to 470 million US dollars. We continue to work to diversify our funding base, in the spirit of responsibility-sharing and to ensure a stable platform for our work. Most importantly, our partnership with development organizations is becoming much stronger, and is helping us find ways to target our resources in ways that leverage those bigger programmes.

I am aware that donor generosity must be matched by constant improvements in how we manage the organization. In late 2016, I initiated a reform process to ensure an agile and effective UNHCR, with country operations equipped to pursue context-driven strategies, innovate, and respond to local and regional dynamics, as part of UN Country Teams. This was the rationale for our regionalisation and decentralization process, which is giving greater authority and flexibility to country offices, helping us get closer to refugees, and front-loading support through Regional Bureaux located in their regions.

We are entering the last phase of structural changes, which will involve adjustments to Headquarters Divisions and other entities in line with the new rebalanced authorities.

Of course, transformation is not only about structures and accountabilities, and is not a one-time exercise – it is also about transforming our organisational culture, investing in the quality of work, improving and streamlining systems and processes, and creating space for innovation.

We are working on evidence-based planning, on how we describe impact, and on increasing efficiency, in line with our Grand Bargain commitments and as an active participant, as the Deputy Secretary-General noted, in broader UN reforms. I recently endorsed a Data Transformation Strategy, and the new UNHCR/World Bank Joint Data Centre will be inaugurated this week in Copenhagen by the Secretary-General – a milestone of humanitarian/development cooperation.

We also continue to embed a strong risk management culture across the organisation, and to strengthen systems and tools for preventing and responding to misconduct. This includes sexual exploitation and abuse, and sexual harassment, for which we have implemented a broad range of measures and to which I am personally committed, also as Champion for this issue in the Inter-Agency Standing Committee. There is no place in the organization for perpetrators, and we will keep survivors and victims at the center of our response.

Mr. Chairman,

In 2011, my predecessor, the Secretary-General, convened a ministerial meeting on the 60th anniversary of the 1951 Refugee Convention, and the 50th of the 1961 Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness. It is fair to say that until then, the statelessness mandate had been a rather peripheral aspect of UNHCR’s work. Clearly, you didn’t see it that way. More than 60 states and regional entities came forward with pledges aimed at reducing statelessness, and that groundswell of political will and commitment became the catalyst for the #IBelong campaign, launched in 2014. Spurred on by the energy that had emerged, we decided to fix a time limit – ten years – to bring statelessness to an end.

Now, as we mark the halfway point, it’s time to take stock and renew the commitment that set us on the path towards that bold ambition. This is the aim of the High-Level Segment that will follow in a few moments, as part of this Executive Committee meeting.

When we talk about statelessness, we often find ourselves speaking of laws, documents and other technicalities. These are critical, and are where the hard work has to happen, but when we frame statelessness purely in legal terms, we lose sight of the all-encompassing blight it casts on people’s lives, pushing them to the margins of society, denying them basic rights and a sense of identity. This is an area in which – for relatively little investment – wide-reaching impact is within our reach.

Some of you, last year, were present at an EXCOM side event at which a young woman who had grown up stateless became the citizen of a country for the first time. It was a deeply emotional experience for everyone present – and that moment, more than any speech or list of pledges, captured what it means to finally belong, after years spent living on the margins. She and a number of formerly stateless people are present here today, and I encourage you to talk to them and understand what citizenship has meant to them. Their stories are what will inspire us as we move ahead.

There have been important achievements in the first half of the campaign – tackling gender discrimination in nationality laws, introducing laws to avoid childhood statelessness, and developing procedures to find solutions for people who would otherwise be stateless. Certain protracted situations were finally resolved. Fifteen states acceded to one or both of the Statelessness Conventions. Kyrgyzstan became the first State to formally announce that all known cases of statelessness on its territory had been resolved – an achievement that should inspire others. I look forward to honouring a Kyrgyz champion of this campaign, Azizbek Ashurov, at the Nansen Award ceremony this evening.

I also wish to acknowledge the work of UNICEF, UNFPA, the World Bank, and civil society and academic networks – and especially the Geneva-based ‘Friends’ of the campaign, who have been persistent in their advocacy and support. The regional preparatory meetings have been characterized by energy and commitment. I am pleased to share that we have received 171 pledges ahead of today’s event, which has also galvanised other initiatives that may become concrete pledges later.

At a time when we are asking a lot of you, this is particularly commendable. At UNHCR, we will also step up our efforts even more to achieve the ambitious collective goal of ending statelessness once and for all.

Mr Chairman,

The first Global Refugee Forum will be convened in this building in just over two months. It comes at the end of a turbulent decade, in which people and communities have been uprooted across all regions. Nobody foresaw, ten years ago, the convergence of trends and events that would lead to a doubling in the number of people forcibly displaced, and the prominence that refugee and migrant flows would assume in domestic and international politics. Addressing and resolving forced displacement has rightly emerged as an urgent priority intertwined with other 21st-century global challenges, including climate change.

The big question now is – what are we going to make of the next decade? Will it be one that sees us in retreat – turning our backs on the hard-learned lessons of the twentieth century – or one in which we will have the courage of joining forces in spite of our different perspectives and interests, embracing the challenges and opportunities of international cooperation to address the plight of exile? These are the fundamental questions that the Forum will have to tackle. I hope – of course – that it will respond by clearly showing the second way. I encourage all of you to ensure high-level representation from States, share positive experiences, and make significant and impactful commitments that will greatly improve the future of refugees and host communities.

I believe that in the Global Compact for Refugees, we have grounds for optimism. The momentum is there. We have a powerful tool that was born of a narrative of possibility. The Forum will be the occasion, I hope, to show that we do not shy away from the enormous responsibility placed on all of us – one that stems not only from the refugees and host communities looking to us for action, but also from the opportunity that we have to inspire new generations, and demonstrate, in so many practical, concrete ways, why international cooperation matters, and how it can be made to work.

Thank you.


          

World: Forced Migration Review Issue 58: Economies: Rights and access to work

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Source: Forced Migration Review, University of Oxford
Country: Afghanistan, Chad, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Denmark, Ecuador, Eritrea, Germany, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Myanmar, Pakistan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey, Uganda, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, World, Zambia

From the editors

When people are forced by conflict or other circumstances to leave their homes, they usually also leave behind their means of economic activity and subsistence. In their new location, they may not be able, or permitted, to work to support themselves. This has wide-ranging implications not only for people’s immediate earning capacity and well-being but also for community relations, economic development and the capacity of future generations to lead fulfilling lives. In our main feature on Economies, authors explore the complex interactions of the constraints and opportunities involved, drawing on case-studies from around the world and highlighting the roles of new actors, new technologies and new – or renewed – approaches.

We are also pleased to include two ‘mini-features’ in this FMR, one on Refugeeled social protection and one on Humans and animals in refugee camps. (See the back cover if you are interested in collaborating with FMR on a mini-feature – or a full feature.)

We would like to thank Karen Jacobsen (Tufts University) and Khalid Koser (Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund) for their assistance as advisors to the Economies feature theme. We are also grateful to the following donors for their support of this issue: ESRC-AHRC (Economic and Social Research Council and Arts and Humanities Research Council) Global Challenges Research Fund, the Global Program on Forced Displacement of the World Bank Group, Mercy Corps, UNHCR Division of Resilience and Solutions (Livelihoods Unit) and the Wellcome Trust.

See www.fmreview.org/economies to access the magazine, its accompanying ‘digest’ and all individual articles. A podcast of each article is also available. FMR 58 will be available in English, Arabic, Spanish and French. For printed copies, please email us at fmr@qeh.ox.ac.uk.

Forthcoming issues (see www.fmreview.org/forthcoming)

• FMR 59: Twentieth anniversary of the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement (October 2018)

• FMR 60: Education (February 2019)

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Marion Couldrey and Jenny Peebles
Editors, Forced Migration Review


          

Lithuania ex-judge, who lived in Crystal Lake, returns home after U.S. extradition

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VILNIUS, Lithuania — A former Lithuanian judge wanted in connection with claims she made about a pedophile ring appeared at a detention hearing Thursday after being extradited to her home country from Chicago.

Neringa Venckiene, who faces charges that include submitting false reports regarding claims she made about the existence of a ring of influential pedophiles in Lithuania, arrived in the country late Wednesday, prosecutor Tomas Krusna said.

Venckiene was flown to Warsaw, Poland, and then taken by car to the Kaunas detention center in neighboring Lithuania — a 365-kilometer (230-mile) drive.

She appeared at a detention hearing Thursday, but the court said its ruling would be announced Friday. She remained in custody pending the decision.

Venckiene told the court she feels "fine" and denied any wrongdoing. She has said previously that the accusations against here are politically motivated.

The 48-year-old had waged a nearly two-year legal battle to avoid extradition. She was elected to the national parliament but fled the Baltic nation with her son to seek political asylum in the U.S. in 2013. Venckiene was arrested at Lithuania's request in early 2018 after an extradition request had been sent to the U.S. Justice Department.

Venckiene was a central figure in a scandal in Lithuania, a nation of 3 million people, where some say she is a heroine for exposing a seedy criminal network and others say she is as a manipulator who fabricated the pedophilia claims.

The once-rising judicial star led an anti-pedophilia movement that swept her and six others into Lithuania's Parliament in 2012. She had based her allegations about a pedophile network, in part, on a 2009 video in which her niece graphically describes several men sexually abusing her. But authorities said they weren't able to corroborate the girl's claims.

The events surrounding Venckiene included the slaying of another judge accused of molesting her niece, and the death of Venckiene's brother, who leveled the initial child-abuse accusation and was a suspect in the judge's murder.

Venckiene has said she feared for her life if she was returned to Lithuania.

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Michael Tarm in Chicago and Jan M. Olsen in Copenhagen, Denmark, contributed to this report.


          

Impeachment hearings next week to be public for all to see

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WASHINGTON – Democrats announced Wednesday they will launch public impeachment hearings next week, intending to bring to life weeks of closed-door testimony and lay out a convincing narrative of presidential misconduct by Donald Trump.

First to testify will be William Taylor, the top diplomat in Ukraine, who has relayed in private his understanding that there was a blatant quid pro quo with Trump holding up military aid to a U.S. ally facing threats from its giant neighbor Russia.

That aid, at the heart of the impeachment inquiry, is alleged to have been held hostage until Ukraine agreed to investigate political foe Joe Biden and the idea, out of the mainstream of U.S. intelligence findings, that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 U.S. election.

The testimony of Taylor, a career envoy and war veteran with 50 years of service to the U.S., is what Democrats want Americans to hear first.

Taylor has told investigators about an “irregular channel” that the president’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, set up for Ukraine diplomacy, and how the White House was holding up the military aid, according to a transcript of his closed-door interview released Wednesday.

“That was my clear understanding, security assistance money would not come until the president committed to pursue the investigation,” Taylor said.

He was asked if he was aware that “quid pro quo” meant “this for that.”

“I am,” he replied.

Trump has denied any wrongdoing, and Republicans largely dismiss the impeachment inquiry, now into its second month, as a sham.

But Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the Intelligence Committee leading the probe, said that with two days of hearings next week, Americans will have a chance to decide for themselves.

“The most important facts are largely not contested,” the California Democrat said. “Those open hearings will be an opportunity for the American people to evaluate the witnesses for themselves, to make their own determinations about the credibility of the witnesses, but also to learn firsthand about the facts of the president’s misconduct.”

Along with Taylor, the public will hear from former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, whom Trump fired after what she and others said was a smear campaign against her, and career State Department official George Kent. Taylor and Kent will appear Wednesday, Yovanovitch on Friday.

To prepare for what’s ahead, the White House is beefing up its communications operations.

Trump ally Pam Bondi, the former attorney general of Florida, and Tony Sayegh, a former Treasury Department spokesman, are expected to join the White House team to work on “proactive impeachment messaging,” a senior administration official told The Associated Press. The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal staffing.

The Trump administration has ordered officials not to participate in the House inquiry. But lawmakers have spent weeks hearing from current and former government witnesses, largely from the State Department, as one official after another has relayed his or her understanding of events.

The testimony from Taylor further connected Trump, Giuliani and the administration to a quid-pro-quo agreement that came to light after a government whistleblower’s complaint about Trump’s July 25 phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

Even before that call, Taylor said, he and other diplomats involved in Ukraine policy started having concerns about a shadow foreign policy being run by Trump and his private attorney.

Taylor testified that the concerns reached high levels at the White House. In a July 10 meeting with Trump’s National Security Adviser John Bolton, Trump’s ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland raised the idea of Ukrainian investigations.

That “triggered Ambassador Bolton’s antenna, political antenna, and he said ‘we don’t do politics here,’ ” Taylor testified, noting that Bolton ended the meeting.

Bolton, who resigned from the administration later, has been asked to appear before the House investigators for a closed-door interview this week. His lawyer said he would not come without a subpoena.

All three of those scheduled to appear in public hearings next week have already testified behind closed doors, and investigators in recent days started releasing hundreds of pages of transcripts from their interviews.

Yovanovitch, who was ousted in May at Trump’s direction, testified that she had been told to “watch my back” and that people were “looking to hurt” her. Kent and Taylor testified about their concerns about her dismissal at the same time Giuliani was taking a leading role on Ukraine policy.

The spark for the inquiry was the July phone call from Trump to the new Ukrainian president. According to a rough transcript, released by the White House, Trump asked Zelenskiy to probe Biden and his family and interference in the 2016 election.

Taylor, who testified in October, had repeatedly conveyed concerns about the “irregular channel” that Giuliani had set up at Trump’s instruction to bypass the embassy and the State Department.

“The security assistance got blocked by this second channel,” he said.

In his appearance last month, Taylor told lawmakers that it was the “unanimous opinion of every level of interagency discussion” that the military aid should be resumed without delay.

Republicans, signaling a line of attack they may pursue during the open hearings, argued that he received none of the information firsthand.

In the final stretch of questioning, Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-N.Y., grilled him on whether he had primary knowledge that Trump was demanding that Ukraine investigate the Bidens. Taylor said he had not spoken directly to Trump or Giuliani. Zeldin says that information was “secondhand or thirdhand.”

Trump allies also have argued that there couldn’t have been an inappropriate arrangement because Ukraine didn’t even know the aid was being held up. But Taylor said the new government under Zelenskiy recognized it had to commit to investigations to get the aid or a promised meeting with Trump at the White House.

He said the Ukrainians worried that opening the investigations, in particular of the gas company Burisma, which had Biden’s son on its board, would have involved them in the 2020 election campaign in the U.S.

They didn’t want to do that, he said.

Taylor said he had specifically raised his concerns with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and told him he would resign if strong U.S. support for Ukraine somehow evaporated.

“This would have been throwing Ukraine under the bus,” he said. “And I told the secretary: ‘If that happens, I’ll come home. You don’t want me out there, because I’m not going to defend it, you know. I would say bad things about it.”

Taylor told investigators that the “Russians are paying attention to how much support the Americans are going to provide the Ukrainians.”

He said, “So the Russians are loving, would love, the humiliation of Zelenskiy at the hand of the Americans, and would give the Russians a freer hand, and I would quit.”

At one point, Taylor said he was hearing from colleagues in Washington that it was difficult for them to arrange a meeting with Trump to try to persuade him to release the aid.

Why? It was around the time the president was interested in buying Greenland from Denmark, he said, and that “took up a lot of energy” at the National Security Council.

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Associated Press writers Colleen Long, Ben Fox, Laurie Kellman, Michael Balsamo, Matthew Lee and Matthew Daly contributed to this report.


          

Denmark Protes Survei Turki yang Sebut tak Ramah Muslim

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REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, KOPENHAGEN – Politisi Denmark memprotes Turki yang menyebut Denmark sebagai negara anti-Muslim. Ini berawal dari sebuah laporan Turki bertajuk Laporan Islamofobia Eropa 2018.      Mulanya laporan itu bertujuan...
          

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Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Highbury, N5 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Highbury, N5 Van Hire""Man and van Highbury, N5""Man in a van Highbury, N5""Student removals Highbury, N5""Cheap Van Hire Highbury, N5""London Highbury, N5 Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Highbury, N5""Man and a van Highbury, N5""Highbury, N5 Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Highbury, N5""Office Removals Highbury, N5""House Removals Highbury, N5 London""Long Haul Relocation Highbury, N5"
          

Holloway, N7 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals comp

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Holloway, N7 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Holloway, N7. Man in a van Holloway, N7 London. Van hire in Holloway, N7 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Holloway, N7 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Holloway, N7 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Holloway, N7 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Holloway, N7 - Student moves either in Holloway, N7, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Holloway, N7 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Holloway, N7 London - Store pick-ups from Holloway, N7 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Holloway, N7 Man and Van. Holloway, N7 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Holloway, N7 - Holloway, N7 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Holloway, N7 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Holloway, N7, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Holloway, N7 Bromley By Holloway, N7 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Holloway, N7 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Holloway, N7 Van Hire""Man and van Holloway, N7""Man in a van Holloway, N7""Student removals Holloway, N7""Cheap Van Hire Holloway, N7""London Holloway, N7 Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Holloway, N7""Man and a van Holloway, N7""Holloway, N7 Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Holloway, N7""Office Removals Holloway, N7""House Removals Holloway, N7 London""Long Haul Relocation Holloway, N7"
          

Eltham, SE9 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals compa

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Eltham, SE9 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Eltham, SE9. Man in a van Eltham, SE9 London. Van hire in Eltham, SE9 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Eltham, SE9 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Eltham, SE9 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Eltham, SE9 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Eltham, SE9 - Student moves either in Eltham, SE9, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Eltham, SE9 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Eltham, SE9 London - Store pick-ups from Eltham, SE9 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Eltham, SE9 Man and Van. Eltham, SE9 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Eltham, SE9 - Eltham, SE9 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Eltham, SE9 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Eltham, SE9, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Eltham, SE9 Bromley By Eltham, SE9 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Eltham, SE9 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Eltham, SE9 Van Hire""Man and van Eltham, SE9""Man in a van Eltham, SE9""Student removals Eltham, SE9""Cheap Van Hire Eltham, SE9""London Eltham, SE9 Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Eltham, SE9""Man and a van Eltham, SE9""Eltham, SE9 Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Eltham, SE9""Office Removals Eltham, SE9""House Removals Eltham, SE9 London""Long Haul Relocation Eltham, SE9"
          

Swiss Cottage, NW6 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removal

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Swiss Cottage, NW6 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Swiss Cottage, NW6. Man in a van Swiss Cottage, NW6 London. Van hire in Swiss Cottage, NW6 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Swiss Cottage, NW6 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Swiss Cottage, NW6 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Swiss Cottage, NW6 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Swiss Cottage, NW6 - Student moves either in Swiss Cottage, NW6, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Swiss Cottage, NW6 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Swiss Cottage, NW6 London - Store pick-ups from Swiss Cottage, NW6 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Swiss Cottage, NW6 Man and Van. Swiss Cottage, NW6 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Swiss Cottage, NW6 - Swiss Cottage, NW6 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Swiss Cottage, NW6 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Swiss Cottage, NW6, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Swiss Cottage, NW6 Bromley By Swiss Cottage, NW6 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Swiss Cottage, NW6 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Swiss Cottage, NW6 Van Hire""Man and van Swiss Cottage, NW6""Man in a van Swiss Cottage, NW6""Student removals Swiss Cottage, NW6""Cheap Van Hire Swiss Cottage, NW6""London Swiss Cottage, NW6 Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Swiss Cottage, NW6""Man and a van Swiss Cottage, NW6""Swiss Cottage, NW6 Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Swiss Cottage, NW6""Office Removals Swiss Cottage, NW6""House Removals Swiss Cottage, NW6 London""Long Haul Relocation Swiss Cottage, NW6"
          

Canning Town, E16 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals

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Canning Town, E16 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Canning Town, E16. Man in a van Canning Town, E16 London. Van hire in Canning Town, E16 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Canning Town, E16 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Canning Town, E16 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Canning Town, E16 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Canning Town, E16 - Student moves either in Canning Town, E16, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Canning Town, E16 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Canning Town, E16 London - Store pick-ups from Canning Town, E16 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Canning Town, E16 Man and Van. Canning Town, E16 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Canning Town, E16 - Canning Town, E16 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Canning Town, E16 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Canning Town, E16, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Canning Town, E16 Bromley By Canning Town, E16 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Canning Town, E16 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Canning Town, E16 Van Hire""Man and van Canning Town, E16""Man in a van Canning Town, E16""Student removals Canning Town, E16""Cheap Van Hire Canning Town, E16""London Canning Town, E16 Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Canning Town, E16""Man and a van Canning Town, E16""Canning Town, E16 Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Canning Town, E16""Office Removals Canning Town, E16""House Removals Canning Town, E16 London""Long Haul Relocation Canning Town, E16"
          

Highgate, N6 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals comp

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Highgate, N6 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Highgate, N6. Man in a van Highgate, N6 London. Van hire in Highgate, N6 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Highgate, N6 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Highgate, N6 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Highgate, N6 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Highgate, N6 - Student moves either in Highgate, N6, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Highgate, N6 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Highgate, N6 London - Store pick-ups from Highgate, N6 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Highgate, N6 Man and Van. Highgate, N6 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Highgate, N6 - Highgate, N6 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Highgate, N6 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Highgate, N6, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Highgate, N6 Bromley By Highgate, N6 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Highgate, N6 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Highgate, N6 Van Hire""Man and van Highgate, N6""Man in a van Highgate, N6""Student removals Highgate, N6""Cheap Van Hire Highgate, N6""London Highgate, N6 Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Highgate, N6""Man and a van Highgate, N6""Highgate, N6 Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Highgate, N6""Office Removals Highgate, N6""House Removals Highgate, N6 London""Long Haul Relocation Highgate, N6"
          

Belgravia, SW1W London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals c

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Belgravia, SW1W London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Belgravia, SW1W. Man in a van Belgravia, SW1W London. Van hire in Belgravia, SW1W London 07914828126 Man and van services in Belgravia, SW1W and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Belgravia, SW1W London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Belgravia, SW1W and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Belgravia, SW1W - Student moves either in Belgravia, SW1W, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Belgravia, SW1W including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Belgravia, SW1W London - Store pick-ups from Belgravia, SW1W to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Belgravia, SW1W Man and Van. Belgravia, SW1W London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Belgravia, SW1W - Belgravia, SW1W Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Belgravia, SW1W and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Belgravia, SW1W, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Belgravia, SW1W Bromley By Belgravia, SW1W Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Belgravia, SW1W Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Belgravia, SW1W Van Hire""Man and van Belgravia, SW1W""Man in a van Belgravia, SW1W""Student removals Belgravia, SW1W""Cheap Van Hire Belgravia, SW1W""London Belgravia, SW1W Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Belgravia, SW1W""Man and a van Belgravia, SW1W""Belgravia, SW1W Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Belgravia, SW1W""Office Removals Belgravia, SW1W""House Removals Belgravia, SW1W London""Long Haul Relocation Belgravia, SW1W"
          

Thamesmead, SE28 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals

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Thamesmead, SE28 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Thamesmead, SE28. Man in a van Thamesmead, SE28 London. Van hire in Thamesmead, SE28 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Thamesmead, SE28 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Thamesmead, SE28 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Thamesmead, SE28 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Thamesmead, SE28 - Student moves either in Thamesmead, SE28, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Thamesmead, SE28 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Thamesmead, SE28 London - Store pick-ups from Thamesmead, SE28 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Thamesmead, SE28 Man and Van. Thamesmead, SE28 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Thamesmead, SE28 - Thamesmead, SE28 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Thamesmead, SE28 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Thamesmead, SE28, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Thamesmead, SE28 Bromley By Thamesmead, SE28 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Thamesmead, SE28 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Thamesmead, SE28 Van Hire""Man and van Thamesmead, SE28""Man in a van Thamesmead, SE28""Student removals Thamesmead, SE28""Cheap Van Hire Thamesmead, SE28""London Thamesmead, SE28 Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Thamesmead, SE28""Man and a van Thamesmead, SE28""Thamesmead, SE28 Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Thamesmead, SE28""Office Removals Thamesmead, SE28""House Removals Thamesmead, SE28 London""Long Haul Relocation Thamesmead, SE28"
          

Lambeth, SE1 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals comp

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Lambeth, SE1 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Lambeth, SE1. Man in a van Lambeth, SE1 London. Van hire in Lambeth, SE1 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Lambeth, SE1 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Lambeth, SE1 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Lambeth, SE1 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Lambeth, SE1 - Student moves either in Lambeth, SE1, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Lambeth, SE1 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Lambeth, SE1 London - Store pick-ups from Lambeth, SE1 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Lambeth, SE1 Man and Van. Lambeth, SE1 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Lambeth, SE1 - Lambeth, SE1 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Lambeth, SE1 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Lambeth, SE1, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Lambeth, SE1 Bromley By Lambeth, SE1 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Lambeth, SE1 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Lambeth, SE1 Van Hire""Man and van Lambeth, SE1""Man in a van Lambeth, SE1""Student removals Lambeth, SE1""Cheap Van Hire Lambeth, SE1""London Lambeth, SE1 Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Lambeth, SE1""Man and a van Lambeth, SE1""Lambeth, SE1 Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Lambeth, SE1""Office Removals Lambeth, SE1""House Removals Lambeth, SE1 London""Long Haul Relocation Lambeth, SE1"
          

Surrey Quays, SE16 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removal

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Surrey Quays, SE16 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Surrey Quays, SE16. Man in a van Surrey Quays, SE16 London. Van hire in Surrey Quays, SE16 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Surrey Quays, SE16 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Surrey Quays, SE16 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Surrey Quays, SE16 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Surrey Quays, SE16 - Student moves either in Surrey Quays, SE16, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Surrey Quays, SE16 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Surrey Quays, SE16 London - Store pick-ups from Surrey Quays, SE16 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Surrey Quays, SE16 Man and Van. Surrey Quays, SE16 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Surrey Quays, SE16 - Surrey Quays, SE16 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Surrey Quays, SE16 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Surrey Quays, SE16, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Surrey Quays, SE16 Bromley By Surrey Quays, SE16 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Surrey Quays, SE16 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Surrey Quays, SE16 Van Hire""Man and van Surrey Quays, SE16""Man in a van Surrey Quays, SE16""Student removals Surrey Quays, SE16""Cheap Van Hire Surrey Quays, SE16""London Surrey Quays, SE16 Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Surrey Quays, SE16""Man and a van Surrey Quays, SE16""Surrey Quays, SE16 Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Surrey Quays, SE16""Office Removals Surrey Quays, SE16""House Removals Surrey Quays, SE16 London""Long Haul Relocation Surrey Quays, SE16"
          

Camberwell, SE5 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals c

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Camberwell, SE5 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Camberwell, SE5. Man in a van Camberwell, SE5 London. Van hire in Camberwell, SE5 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Camberwell, SE5 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Camberwell, SE5 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Camberwell, SE5 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Camberwell, SE5 - Student moves either in Camberwell, SE5, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Camberwell, SE5 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Camberwell, SE5 London - Store pick-ups from Camberwell, SE5 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Camberwell, SE5 Man and Van. Camberwell, SE5 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Camberwell, SE5 - Camberwell, SE5 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Camberwell, SE5 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Camberwell, SE5, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Camberwell, SE5 Bromley By Camberwell, SE5 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Camberwell, SE5 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van Brighton to London, Man and Van Devon London, Man and Van London to Wrexham, Wales Man and Van Birmingham to London, Man and Van Leeds to London, Man and Van Scotland to London, Man and Van Dundee, Scotland to London, Man and Van Edinburgh, Scotland to London, Man and Van Wales to London, Man and Van Aberystwyth, Wales to London, Man and Van Wrexham, Wales to London, Man and Van London to Brighton, Man and Van London to Manchester, Man and Van London to Dundee, Scotland, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van London to Newcastle, Man and Van London to Cornwall, Man and Van London to Devon Man and Van London to Aberystwyth, Wales, Man and Van London to Glasgow, Scotland, Man and Van Cardiff, Wales to London , Man and Van London to Wales, Man and Van London to Birmingham "Camberwell, SE5 Van Hire""Man and van Camberwell, SE5""Man in a van Camberwell, SE5""Student removals Camberwell, SE5""Cheap Van Hire Camberwell, SE5""London Camberwell, SE5 Removals""Motorcycle Recovery Camberwell, SE5""Man and a van Camberwell, SE5""Camberwell, SE5 Single Item removals""Last Minute Removals Camberwell, SE5""Office Removals Camberwell, SE5""House Removals Camberwell, SE5 London""Long Haul Relocation Camberwell, SE5"
          

Bermondsey, SE1 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals c

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Bermondsey, SE1 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Bermondsey, SE1. Man in a van Bermondsey, SE1 London. Van hire in Bermondsey, SE1 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Bermondsey, SE1 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Bermondsey, SE1 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Bermondsey, SE1 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Bermondsey, SE1 - Student moves either in Bermondsey, SE1, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Bermondsey, SE1 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Bermondsey, SE1 London - Store pick-ups from Bermondsey, SE1 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Bermondsey, SE1 Man and Van. Bermondsey, SE1 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Bermondsey, SE1 - Bermondsey, SE1 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Bermondsey, SE1 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in Bermondsey, SE1, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 Bermondsey, SE1 Bromley By Bermondsey, SE1 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Bermondsey, SE1 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and 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Manor House, N4 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in Manor House, N4. Man in a van Manor House, N4 London. Van hire in Manor House, N4 London 07914828126 Man and van services in Manor House, N4 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within Manor House, N4 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in Manor House, N4 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in Manor House, N4 - Student moves either in Manor House, N4, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from Manor House, N4 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service Manor House, N4 London - Store pick-ups from Manor House, N4 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - Manor House, N4 Man and Van. Manor House, N4 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from Manor House, N4 - Manor House, N4 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in Manor House, N4 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! 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E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 Manor House, N4 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 Stamford Hill, N15 Stoke Newington, N16 Archway, N19 Finsbury Park, N4 Manor Park, N4 Highbury, N5 Highgate, N5 Wood Green, N17 Upper Edmonton, N18 Upper Holloway, N19 Canonbury, N1 East Finchley, N2 Finchley, N3 Harringay, N4 North Finchley, N12 Palmers Green, N13 Oakwood, N14 Southgate, N14 South Tottenham, N15 Newington Green, N16 Church End, N3 Hornsey, N8 Muswell Hill, N10 Arnos Grove, N10 Bounds Green, N10 Friern Barnet, N10 New Southgate, N10 Woodside Park, N12 Shacklewell, N16 Greenwich, SE10 Kennington, SE11 Vauxhall, SE11 Kidbrooke, SE3 Shooters Hill, SE9 Bermondsey, SE1 Lambeth, SE1 London Bridge, SE1 Southwark, SE1 Blackheath, SE3 Brockley, SE4 Camberwell, SE5 Peckham, SE5 Deptford, SE8 Rotherhithe, SE8 South Bank, SE1 Sidcup, SE9 Maze Hill, SE10 Grove Park, SE12 Horn Park, SE12 Lee, SE12 Lewisham, SE13 New Cross, SE14 South Bermondsey, SE15 Surrey Quays, SE16 Walworth, SE17 Woolwich, SE18 Abbey Wood, SE2 Westcombe Park, SE3 Denmark Hill, SE5 Charlton, SE7 Eltham, SE9 Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 Pollards Hill, SW16 Earlsfield, SW18 Mortlake, SW14 East Sheen, SW14 Kingston Vale, SW15 Putney, SW15 Putney Heath, SW15 Putney Vale, SW15 Roehampton, SW15 Furzedown, SW16 Colliers Wood, SW19 Merton Abbey, SW19 Ilford, IG1 Cranbrook, IG1 Gants Hill, IG2 Redbridge, IG4 Woodford Green, IG8 Buckhurst Hill, IG9 Loughton, IG10 Barking, IG11 High Barnet, EN5 Waltham Cross, EN8 Hainault, IG2 Chigwell, IG2 Clayhall, IG5 Barkingside, IG6 Enfield, EN1 Botany Bay, EN2 Clay Hill, EN2 Hadley Wood, EN4 Cockforsters, EN4 East Barnet, EN4 New Barnet, EN4 Waltham Abbet, EN9 The Cockney Man and Van also carry out the following long haul removals journeys: Man and Van London to Edinburgh, Scotland Man and Van London to Scotland, Man and Van London to Leeds, Man and Van Manchester to London, Man and Van London to Liverpool, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and Van London to Cardiff, Wales, Man and Van Cornwall to London, Man and Van Glasgow, Scotland to London, Man and Van Newcastle to London, Man and 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New Cross, SE14 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals c

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New Cross, SE14 London Man and Van 07914828126. London removals company in New Cross, SE14. Man in a van New Cross, SE14 London. Van hire in New Cross, SE14 London 07914828126 Man and van services in New Cross, SE14 and all other surrounding London areas. Cheap, affordable and reliable -- The Cockney Man and Van covers it all. We promise to sort out all of your removals needs from single item removals to full five bedroom house removals. Give The Cockney Man and Van a call now on 07914828126 or visit our website http://thecockneymanandvan.com for more information and a full list of services covered along with the areas we have vans in. Our prices start from £20.00per hour within New Cross, SE14 London, so give us a call on or 07914828136 for a specific quote. All of our prices are inclusive so we won't slap you with surprise fuel costs or added VAT. Whether you need van hire, a man and a van or a removals service at short notice or want to book in advance, we guarantee a reliable, friendly and affordable service on all of our jobs. Visit us now at http://thecockneymanandvan.com or give us a call on 07914828126 for more information See below for a full list of services that The Cockney Man and Van cover: - Single Item removals in New Cross, SE14 and all surrounding areas - Office clearances and office removals in New Cross, SE14 - Student moves either in New Cross, SE14, the surrounding areas or nationally - Airport pick up's and drop off's from New Cross, SE14 including the following airports: London Gatwick man and van, London Heathrow man and van, London Stanstead Man and van, Luton man and van & Southend man and van - Man and van service New Cross, SE14 London - Store pick-ups from New Cross, SE14 to Wickes, B&Q, Ikea, eBay, Homebase, Wickes. - Motorcycle recovery from all mainland UK motorways - New Cross, SE14 Man and Van. New Cross, SE14 London Removals - North London man and van, North London Removals Service - East London man and van, East London Removals Service - South London man and van, South London removals service - West London man and van, West London removals service - National or mainland Europe relocation from New Cross, SE14 - New Cross, SE14 Man and Van - North London man and van, South London man and van, West London man and van, East London man and van Give us a call now on 07914 828 126 or visit us at http://thecockneymanandvan.com for bookings, enquires or for more information. We have a number of different vans located in New Cross, SE14 and throughout London and the UK which work Nationally or across mainland Europe. We have free wi-fi and television in our vans, so if you are needing a Man and Van to Paris, you won't get bored! Every single one of the Cockney Man and Van's Van have space for two passengers along with all of your belongings, so you don't need to worry about travelling to your destination. 'No job too big, No job too small' Whilst The Cockney Man and Van is based in New Cross, SE14, we have vans located throughout all London areas including: Clerkenwell, WC1 Paddington, W2 Hammersmith, W6 Kensington, W8 Shepherds Bush, W12 White City, W12 Bloomsbury, WC1 Grays Inn, WC1 Holborn, WC1 Bayswater, W2 Hyde Park, W2 Notting Hill, W2 Ravenscourt Park, W6 Boston Manor, W7 Holland Park, W8 Fitzrovia, W1T Marylebone, W1H Mayfair, W1K Little Venice, W2 Marble Arch, W2 Chiswick, W4 Gunnersbury, W4 Hanwell, W7 Aldwych, WC2 Chancery Lane, WC2 Oxford Street, W1C Piccadilly, W1J Acton, W3 Ealing, W5 Northfields, W5 Maida Vale, W9 Ladbroke Grove, W10 Covent Garden, WC2 Leicester Square, WC2 Soho, W1F Aldgate, E1 Shadwell, E1 Stepney, E1 Stepney Green, E1 Whitechapel, E1 Wapping, E1W Bethnal Green, E2 Shoreditch, E2 Haggerston, E2 New Cross, SE14 Bromley By New Cross, SE14 Old Ford, E3 Mile End, E3 Chingford, E4 Clapton, E5 East Ham, E6 Upton Park, E6 Beckton, E6 Forest Gate, E7 Dalston, E8 London Fields, E8 Hackney, E9 Hackney Village, E9 Hackney Wick, E9 Homerton, E9 Leyton, E10 Hackney Marshes, E10 Temple Mills, E10 Upper Clapton, E10 Cann Hall, E11 Snaresbrook, E11 Leytonstone, E11 Wanstead, E11 Manor Park, E12 Little Ilford, E12 Plaistow, E13 West Ham, E13 Isle of Dogs, E14 Limehouse, E14 Canary Whard, E14 Millwall, E14 Blackwall, E14 New Cross, SE14 Maryland, E15 Canning Town, E16 Silvertown, E16 North Woolwich, E16 Walthamstow, E17 Upper Walthamstow, E17 Woodford, E18 South Woodford, E18 Olympic Park, E20 Euston, NW1 Baker Street, NW1 Hampstead, NW3 Kilburn, NW6 Mill Hill, NW7 Camden, NW1 Belsize Park, NW3 Hendon, NW4 Brent Cross, NW4 Kentish Town, NW5 St Johns Wood, NW8 Primrose Hill, NW8 Cricklewood, NW2 Dollis Hill, NW2 Golders Green, NW11 Stonerbridge, NW10 Colindale, NW9 Kingsbury, NW9 Willesden, NW10 Harlesden, NW10 Tottenham, N17 Hoxton, N1 Islington, N1 Kings Cross, N1 Holloway, N7 Tufnell Park, N7 Edmonton, N9 Lower Edmonton, N9 Seven Sisters, N15 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Nunhead, SE15 Newington, SE17 Plumstead, SE18 Penge, SE20 Dulwich, SE21 Dulwich Village, SE21 Tulse Hill, SE21 Peckham Rye, SE22 Forest Hill, SE23 Herne Hill, SE24 Sydenham, SE26 Thamesmead, SE28 Crofton Park, SE4 Honor Oak, SE4 Ladywell, SE4 Bellingham, SE6 Catford, SE6 Hither Green, SE6 Chinbrooke, SE9 Falconwood, SE9 New Eltham, SE9 Crystal Palace, SE19 Upper Norwood, SE19 Anerley, SE20 Beckenham, SE20 West Dulwich, SE21 East Dulwich, SE22 Selhurst, SE25 South Norwood, SE25 Thornton Heath, SE25 Woodside, SE25 Gipsy Hill, SE27 Belgravia, SW1W Brixton, SW2 Chelsea, SW3 Knightsbridge, SW3 Battersea, SW11 Pimlico, SW1 Clapham, SW4 South Kensington, SW7 Oval, SW9 Stockwell, SW9 Wandsworth, SW18 Wimbledon, SW19 Buckingham Gate, SW1 Sloane Square, SW1 Victoria, SW1 Whitehall, SW1 Streatham Hill, SW2 Earls Court, SW5 Fulham, SW6 Parsons Green, SW6 Streatham, SW16 Mitcham, SW17 Tooting, SW17 St James', SW1 West Brompton, SW10 Barnes, SW13 Eastfields, SW16 Mitcham Common, SW16 Norbury, SW16 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Genuine Lenovo L12L4A02 L12M4E01 L12S4E01 battery

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Battery Type: Li-ion Battery Voltage: 14.8V Battery Capacity: 2800mAh, 41Wh Battery Color: Black Battery Weight: 225g Battery Size: 272.40 x 37.50 x 19.80mm Battery Cells Amount: 4-Cells Description:Original / Genuine Battery - 1 Year Warranty Total Sale: 857 Sold Compatible mainbody Numbers: LENOVO 4INR19/66, L12L4A02, L12L4E01, L12M4A02, L12M4E01, L12S4A02, L12S4E01, . Fit Machine Model: Lenovo 505s Touch Series, 80FY, B70-80 80MR0006GE, Eraser Z50-75, G40 - 80E400QRCF, G40 - 80E400QSCF, G40 - 80E400R0CF, G40-30, G40-30-NTH, G40-30-NTW, G40-45, G40-45-AEI, G40-45-ASI, G40-45-E0N, G40-45-ETW, G40-70, G40-70AM-IFI, G40-70AT-CTW, G40-70AT-IFI, G40-70AT-ITH, G40-70AT-PTH, G40-70M-IFI, G40-70M-ITH, G40-70MA-IFI, G40-70MA-ITH, G40-70MA-PTH, G40-75-ATE, G40-80, G400s, G400s Series, G400s Touch, G400s Touch Series, G405s, G405s Series, G405s Touch, G405s Touch Series, G410s, G410s Series, G410s Touch, G410s Touch Series, G50-30-NTH We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. You can purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/lenovo-laptop-battery/1783.html
          

ZyXEL GS1900-8HP 8-Port Poe Smart Switch Adapter Power Supply

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Item ID: FSP54V1.66A90W-4PIN Input:100-240V~ 1.5A 50-60Hz Adapter Output Voltage: 54V Adapter Output Current: 1.66A Adapter Power: 90W Weight( Adapter only ) :415g Adapter Tip Note: 4Pin Dimension( L x W x H ):132.90 x 58.20 x 32.10mm Note:Not New Total Sale: 185 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x FSP Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 9NA0903501 AC Adapter 9NA0903503 AC Adapter FSP090-AWBN2 AC Adapter FSP090-DMBC1 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: Cisco SF302-08PP, SF302-08PP-K9-NA, SG-300-10PP, SG-300-10PP SWITCH, SG200-10FP, SG300 10-PP, SG300-10MPP, SG300-10P, SG300-10PP, SWITCH SF302-08PP-K9-NA, Linksys LGS116P 16-PORT BUSINESS DESKTOP GIGABIT POE+ SWITCH, LGS116P-AP, LGS308, LGS308P, Zyxel GS1900-10HP, GS1900-16, GS1900-24, GS1900-24E, GS1900-24HP, GS1900-48, GS1900-48HP., ZYXEL GS1900-8HP 8-PORT POE SMART SWITCH. FSP Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. Purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-fsp54v1.66a90w-4pin.html
          

UK New ZyXEL GS1900-8HP 8-Port Poe Smart Switch Adapter

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Item ID: FSP54V1.66A90W-4PIN Input:100-240V~ 1.5A 50-60Hz Adapter Output Voltage: 54V Adapter Output Current: 1.66A Adapter Power: 90W Weight( Adapter only ) :415g Adapter Tip Note: 4Pin Dimension( L x W x H ):132.90 x 58.20 x 32.10mm Note:Not New Total Sale: 185 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x FSP Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 9NA0903501 AC Adapter 9NA0903503 AC Adapter FSP090-AWBN2 AC Adapter FSP090-DMBC1 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: Cisco SF302-08PP, SF302-08PP-K9-NA, SG-300-10PP, SG-300-10PP SWITCH, SG200-10FP, SG300 10-PP, SG300-10MPP, SG300-10P, SG300-10PP, SWITCH SF302-08PP-K9-NA, Linksys LGS116P 16-PORT BUSINESS DESKTOP GIGABIT POE+ SWITCH, LGS116P-AP, LGS308, LGS308P, Zyxel GS1900-10HP, GS1900-16, GS1900-24, GS1900-24E, GS1900-24HP, GS1900-48, GS1900-48HP., ZYXEL GS1900-8HP 8-PORT POE SMART SWITCH. FSP Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. Purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-fsp54v1.66a90w-4pin.html
          

UK New ZyXEL GS1900-8HP 8-Port Poe Smart Switch Adapter Power Sup

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Genuine FSP Laptop AC Adapter / Laptop Charger / Laptop PSU Ask question Email a friend Item ID: FSP54V1.66A90W-4PIN Input:100-240V~ 1.5A 50-60Hz Adapter Output Voltage: 54V Adapter Output Current: 1.66A Adapter Power: 90W Weight( Adapter only ) :415g Adapter Tip Note: 4Pin Dimension( L x W x H ):132.90 x 58.20 x 32.10mm Note:Not New Total Sale: 185 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x FSP Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 9NA0903501 AC Adapter 9NA0903503 AC Adapter FSP090-AWBN2 AC Adapter FSP090-DMBC1 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: Cisco SF302-08PP, SF302-08PP-K9-NA, SG-300-10PP, SG-300-10PP SWITCH, SG200-10FP, SG300 10-PP, SG300-10MPP, SG300-10P, SG300-10PP, SWITCH SF302-08PP-K9-NA, Linksys LGS116P 16-PORT BUSINESS DESKTOP GIGABIT POE+ SWITCH, LGS116P-AP, LGS308, LGS308P, Zyxel GS1900-10HP, GS1900-16, GS1900-24, GS1900-24E, GS1900-24HP, GS1900-48, GS1900-48HP., ZYXEL GS1900-8HP 8-PORT POE SMART SWITCH. FSP Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. Purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-fsp54v1.66a90w-4pin.html
          

UK Genuine LG 19V 1.3A ADS-40SG LCAP21 power supply AC Adapter

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Item ID: LG19V1.3A25W-6.0x4.0mm Input:100-240 V-50/60Hz 1.0A Adapter Output Voltage: 19V Adapter Output Current: 1.3A Adapter Power: 25W Weight( Adapter only ) :135g Adapter Plug Size: 6.0x4.0mm Dimension( L x W x H ):91.40 x 37.30 x 28.50mm Total Sale: 830 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x LG Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 19025GPG1.0A AC Adapter ADS-40FSG-19 19025GPG AC Adapter ADS-40FSG-19 19025GPG-1 PSU AC Adapter ADS-40SG-19-13-19025G AC Adapter ADS-40SG-19-3 19025G AC Adapter EAY62512004 AC Adapter EAY62549202 AC Adapter EAY62549203 AC Adapter EAY62549304 AC Adapter EAY62648702 AC Adapter EAY62768606 AC Adapter EAY62768608 AC Adapter LCAP21 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: Lg 10SM3TB, 22EA53VQ, 22EA53VQ-P, 22M35D, 22MP48, 22MP58VQ-P, 23MP67 MONITOR, 24M38H, 24MP47HQ, 24MP55HQ, 25UM55, 27EA33V, ADS-40 FSG-19 19025GPB-2, E1942CA, E1948S, E1948SX, E2242C, E2249, E2251, E2251T, E2251T-BN, E2342V-BN FLATRON, E2342VA, E2351VZ, E2442, EAY62768609, FALTRON IPS224V-PN, FLATRON 23EN43B, FLATRON E1942, FLATRON E2042TC - BN, FLATRON E2242C-BN, FLATTRON 22EA53V-P, FLATTRON 22LG EA53V-P, IPS LED 22MP55HA, IPS LED FLATRON IPS224, IPS224V, LG23ET83V, LG23ET83V TOUCHSCREEN MONITOR, TOUCHSCREEN MONITOR 23ET83V, W1947CY, Lg Lcd Monitor 24MP47HQ, Samsung 22EA53VA. LG Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. Purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-lg19v1.3a25w-6.0x4.0mm.html
          

SAMSUNG AA-PBZN2TP PBZN2TP Battery for SAMSUNG Chromeboo 905S3G-K

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Battery Type: Li-Polymer Battery Voltage: 7.5V Battery Capacity: 4080mAh, 30Wh Battery Color: Black Battery Weight: 90g Battery Size: 245.50 x 90.60 x 3.40mm Battery Cells Amount: 4-Cells Description:Original / Genuine Battery - 1 Year Warranty Total Sale: 329 Sold Compatible mainbody Numbers: SAMSUNG AA PBZN2TP, AA-PBZN2TP, AAPBZN2TP, NP915S3G-K05CN, XE303C, XE303C12, XE303C12-A01US, . Fit Machine Model: Samsung 905s3g, 905S3G-K07, 915s3g, Chromeboo XE303C12, Chromebook XE303C12, chromebook XE303C12-A01UK, NP905S3G, NP915S3G-K02CA, npv905s3g, XE303C12-A01AU, XE303C12-A01CA, XE303C12-H01UK, XE500T1C, XE500T1C 905s3g, XE500T1C 915s3g, XE500T1C-A04US, XE503C12. samsung Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. You can purchase directly: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/samsung-laptop-battery/2110.html
          

Genuine Averatec 23+050510+00 2200/2300 Series battery 2225 2260

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Battery Type: Li-ion Battery Voltage: 11.1V Battery Capacity: 7200mAh, 7.2Ah Battery Color: Black Battery Weight: 476g Battery Size: 203.90 x 73.20 x 21.10mm Battery Cells Amount: 9-Cells Description:Original / Genuine Battery - 1 Year Warranty Total Sale: 331 Sold Compatible mainbody Numbers: AVERATEC #8735 SCUD, 2200, 23+050380+00, 23+050490+00, 23+050490+01, 23+050510+00, PHILIPS 2200 Series, 23+050510+00, 2300 Series, . Fit Machine Model: Averatec 2200 Series, 2225 Series, 2260 Series, 2300 Series, 2371 Series, AV2200, AV2225-EH1, AV2225EH1, AV2260-EH1, AV2260-EK1, AV2260-EY1, AV2260EH1, AV2260EK1, AV2260EY1, AV2300, H12, N2370HM1E-1, N2371DH1E-1, Philips Freevents X56, Freevents X56 H12Y, T5600, Twinhead H12M, H12V, H12Y. averatec Replacement Laptop Batteries, Notebook Batteries * We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. averatec Replacement Laptop Battery You can purchase here: https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/averatec-laptop-battery/847.html
          

UK Genuine PA-1900-34 19V 4.74A for charger AC Adapter ASUS X51CU

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Item ID: ASUS19V4.74A90W-5.5x2.5mm Input:100-240V~,50-60HZ 1.5A Adapter Output Voltage: 19V Adapter Output Current: 4.74A Adapter Power: 90W Weight( Adapter only ) :360g Adapter Plug Size: 5.5x2.5mm Dimension( L x W x H ):134.40 x 58.70 x 31.30mm Total Sale: 266 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x ASUS Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 90-N6EPW2000 AC Adapter 90-N6EPW2010 AC Adapter ADP-65DB REV B AC Adapter ADP-90F AC Adapter ADP-90SB AC Adapter ADP-90SB BB AC Adapter ADP-90YD B AC Adapter EXA0904YH AC Adapter EXA1202YH AC Adapter FSP090-DMBF1 AC Adapter PA-1900-24 AC Adapter PA-1900-30 AC Adapter PA-1900-34 AC Adapter PA-1900-36 AC Adapter PA3380U-1ACA AC Adapter R32379 AC Adapter R33030 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: F80CR, F80L, F80Q, F80S, Asus A43, A43B, A43BY, A43E, A43F, A43J, A43JA, A43JB, A43JC, A43JF, A43JG, A43JH, A43JN, A43JP, A43JQ, A43JR, A43JU, A43JV, A43S, A43SJ, A43SV, A43U, A450J, A53, A53B, A53BY, A53E, A53F, A53J, A53JA, A53JB, A53JC, A53JE, A53JH, A53JQ, A53JR, A53JT, A53JU, A53S, A53SD, A53SJ, A53SV, A53T, A53TA, A6, A6JA, A6JC, A6Jm, A6K, A6KM, A6KT, A6M, A6R, A6T, A6Ta, A6TC, A6VA, A6VM, A73, A73E, A73E-XE1, A73SV-TY125V, A7C, A7D, A7F, A7G, A7J, A7Jc, A7M, A7S, A7Tc, A7V, A7Vc, A8F, A8J, A8Jc, A8Jp, A8Jr, A8Js, A8M, A8Sc, F2J, F2JE, F3JA, F3JC, F3JM, F3JP, F3JR, F3M, F3P, F3Sc We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-asus19v4.74a90w-5.5x2.5mm.html
          

UK Genuine PA-1900-34 19V 4.74A for charger AC Adapter ASUS X51CU

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Item ID: ASUS19V4.74A90W-5.5x2.5mm Input:100-240V~,50-60HZ 1.5A Adapter Output Voltage: 19V Adapter Output Current: 4.74A Adapter Power: 90W Weight( Adapter only ) :360g Adapter Plug Size: 5.5x2.5mm Dimension( L x W x H ):134.40 x 58.70 x 31.30mm Total Sale: 266 Sold Original / Genuine : Yes Package Include: 1 x ASUS Laptop AC Adapter 1 x UK /EU power cord fit your country, Click to sell all power cable >> Compatible Mainbody AC Adapter Numbers: 90-N6EPW2000 AC Adapter 90-N6EPW2010 AC Adapter ADP-65DB REV B AC Adapter ADP-90F AC Adapter ADP-90SB AC Adapter ADP-90SB BB AC Adapter ADP-90YD B AC Adapter EXA0904YH AC Adapter EXA1202YH AC Adapter FSP090-DMBF1 AC Adapter PA-1900-24 AC Adapter PA-1900-30 AC Adapter PA-1900-34 AC Adapter PA-1900-36 AC Adapter PA3380U-1ACA AC Adapter R32379 AC Adapter R33030 AC Adapter This Laptop Battery Charger Fit Machine Model: F80CR, F80L, F80Q, F80S, Asus A43, A43B, A43BY, A43E, A43F, A43J, A43JA, A43JB, A43JC, A43JF, A43JG, A43JH, A43JN, A43JP, A43JQ, A43JR, A43JU, A43JV, A43S, A43SJ, A43SV, A43U, A450J, A53, A53B, A53BY, A53E, A53F, A53J, A53JA, A53JB, A53JC, A53JE, A53JH, A53JQ, A53JR, A53JT, A53JU, A53S, A53SD, A53SJ, A53SV, A53T, A53TA, A6, A6JA, A6JC, A6Jm, A6K, A6KM, A6KT, A6M, A6R, A6T, A6Ta, A6TC, A6VA, A6VM, A73, A73E, A73E-XE1, A73SV-TY125V, A7C, A7D, A7F, A7G, A7J, A7Jc, A7M, A7S, A7Tc, A7V, A7Vc, A8F, A8J, A8Jc, A8Jp, A8Jr, A8Js, A8M, A8Sc, F2J, F2JE, F3JA, F3JC, F3JM, F3JP, F3JR, F3M, F3P, F3Sc, F3T, F3Tc, F550D, F6S, F8SV, F9F, F9J, G1, G1S, G2, G2S, K43, K43B, K43BY, K43E, K43E-2410M, K43E-3CVX, K43E-3DVX, K43E-3EVX, K43E-3FVX, K43E-3HVX, K43E-3IVX, K43E-3JVX, K43E-VX037, K43E-VX052R, K43E-VX056, K43E-VX057, K43E-VX065, K43E-VX113, K43E-VX114V, K43E-VX118, K43E-VX120D, K43E-VX122, K43E-VX123, K43E-VX124, K43E-VX127, K43E-VX139, K43E-VX139D We also can ship our orders to the the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, Britain,Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria and other EU countries, we also can ship item to USA, Canada, Australia and other countries in the world. Purchase directly:https://www.replacement-batteries.co.uk/ac-adapter-asus19v4.74a90w-5.5x2.5mm.html
          

We hire for Denmark Finland Norway Canada USA Iceland

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- Video cruise operator - Photographer cruiser - Sales assistant cruise shop - Maseur cruise - Waiters cruise and land - Personal greenhouses / Agriculture - Security agent - Housekeeper - Construction workers - Truck driver / Deliveries For more info and job application visit out website , you can apply for the job in the job application section, just follow the steps!
          

Leading Web & Website Design Company

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Zinavo is a dependable Web Design Company offer protected, adaptable, strong, and expandable Web Design administration to an extensive variety of territories, for example, endeavors, person to person communication, eCommerce and the sky is the limit from there. We exceed expectations in making inventive Websites that are easy to understand and cross-program good. Our structure specialists make custom and very much planned and created Bespoke Websites that are straight out you had always wanted. They offer proficient site structuring and improvement administrations, eCommerce web arrangements, seaward web composition, custom WordPress sites plan, WordPress topics, logo, and standard plans that assistance runs organizations and applications with greater dependability and speed. Our Web Design Expertise: Responsive Web Design Corporate Web Designing Search engine optimization Friendly Web plans Easy to use Web Designs Online business Web Designs Give benefits by Zinavo: UI/UX Implementations Web composition PSD to HTML Visual depiction 3D Design On the off chance that you need to make financially savvy, vast scale Web Design for your business. Coruscate has been making innovative yet flawless arrangements with Zinavo, in this manner giving your thoughts the wings of the real world. Interface with us to make the most imaginative and expert cooperation for your business. Customer Base: Australia | Canada | India | Thailand | Switzerland | Germany | Italy | Norway | Denmark | Sweden | France | Singapore | South America | Dubai | USA | UK | UAE. You can make your creative website through us at Cheapest Rate Contact Us: Landline: 080-41644089 Call Us: 7760245945 Email: info@zinavo.com Skype: zinavotechnologies Web: https://www.zinavo.com/
          

cheap holiday package london-gatwick to copenhagen

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Stay in 2* superior room For 3 Nts fr £150 PP Prices Includes Flt/Htl/Taxes Other regional departures available Based on departure from london-gatwick to copenhagen Where : Copenhagen Go Hotel Englandsvej 333 Kastrup Copenhagen 2770 Copenhagen Denmark
          

Mobile Disco London Mobile DJ and Wedding DJ Hire

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Sound Of Music Mobile Disco Professional DJ Hire and Disco Hire For Parties & Events Mobile Discos Mobile DJ Wedding DJ Party DJ Celebrity DJ Corporate DJ Or Kids Disco DJs For Hire. Est in 2008 our mobile disco DJ service has grown from strength to strength and has managed to build up a great reputation in the mobile DJ industry, working with some of the UK's top club promoters, festivals, bars, pubs, wedding venues, corporate event organizers + more. All our DJs come with a professional pa hire sound system disco lighting and provide a huge playlist for you and your guest to pick your favorite songs from. Each DJ on the Sound Of Music Mobile Disco DJ Agency has years of musical expertise so know how to host a great party. We specialize in House Parties, Office Parties, Birthday Parties, Sweet 16's, 18's, 21'st's, School Discos, Kids Parties, Christenings, Engagement Parties Weddings, Anniversaries, Halls, Clubs, Pubs, Outdoor Events + More The playlist we carry has 1000's of tracks in our library so we can make sure we play exactly what u want and will also give u the opportunity to pick and add songs to our already extensive playlist. For more info please call message or text Adam Sound Of Music Mobile Disco DJ Hire Agency on 07402 700 695 or check out the website www.soundofmusicmobiledisco.com Areas covered Mobile Disco Mobile DJ Wedding DJ N1 Islington, Angel, Canonbury, Kings Cross, Pentonville, De Beauvoir Town, Hoxton Nw1, Marylebone, Euston, Regents Park, Camden Town, Somers Town, Primrose Hill, Gospel Oak, Lisson Grove W1, Westminster, Oxford Street, Regent Street, Soho, Chinatown, Soho Square, Harley Street, Marylebone, Mayfair, Piccadilly, Royal Academy, Grosvenor Square, Hanover Square, Savile Row, Fitzrovia, Tottenham Court Road, Great Portland Street, W2, Paddington, Bayswater,, Hyde Park, Westbourne Green, Little Venice, Notting Hill W4, Chiswick, Gunnersbury, Turnham Green, Bedford Park W6, Hammersmith, Ravenscourt Park W8, Kensington, Holland Park W14, West Kensington, Kensington Olympia, Holland Park Wc1, New Oxford Street, Bloomsbury, British Museum, University College London, St Pancras, Russell Square, Grays Inn, High Holborn, Kings Cross, Finsbury,Wc2, Lincolns Inn Fields, Royal Courts Of Justice, Drury Lane, Aldwych, Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Charing Cross, Somerset House Sw1, Whithall, Buckingham Palace, Buckingham Gate, Victoria Station, Houses Of Parliament, Vauxhall Bridge, Pimlico, Chelsea Bridge, Sloane Square, Kings Road, Eaton Square, Knightsbridge, St James’s Sw2, Brixton, Brixton Hill, Streatham Hill, Tulse Hill, Clapham Park Sw3, Chelsea Brompton, Knightsbridge Sw4, Clapham, Stockwell Sw5, Earls Court Sw6, Fulham, Hammersmith, Parsons Green Sw7, South Kensington, Knightsbridge Sw8, South Lambeth, Vauxhall, Battersea, Clapham Sw9, Stockwell, Clapham,Brixton Sw10, West Brompton, Chelsea Sw11, Battersea, Clapham Junction Sw12, Balham, Clapham South, Hyde Farm Sw13, Barnes Sw14, Mortlake, East Sheen Sw15, Putney, Roehampton, Kingston Vale Sw16, Stretham, Norbury, Thornton Heath, Streatham Park, Furzedown, Streatham Vale, Mitcham, Pollards Hill Sw17, Tooting, Mitcham Sw18, Wandsworth, Southfields,Earlsfield Sw19, Wimbledon, Colliers Wood, Merton Park, Southfields Sw20, Raynes Park, Lower Morden, Merton Park, Wimbledon Chase Sm4, Morden, Morden Park, Lower Morden, St Helier Cr4, Mitcham, Beddington Ec1, St Bartholemews, Clarkenwell, Farringdon, Hatton Garden, Finsbury, Moorfields, St Lukes, Bunhill Fields Ec2, Shoreditch, Broadgate, Liverpool Street, Tower 42, Bank Of England, Guildhall, Barbican, Ec3, St Marys Axe, Aldgate, Leadenhall, Lloyds Of London, Fenchurch Street, Tower Hill, Tower Of London, Monument, Billingsgate, Royal Exchange, Lombard Street, Ec4, Fetter Lane, St Pauls, Mansion House, Cannon Street, Blackfriars, Temple E1, Aldgate, Bishopsgate, Whitechapel, Shoreditch, Spitalfields, Shadwell, Stepney, Mile End, Portsoken, Brick Lane, Wapping E2, Bethnal Green, Haggerston, Shoreditch, Cambridge Heath E8, Hackney Central, Dalston, London Fields Se1, Bankside, South Bermondsey, Southwark, Vauxhall Se4, Brockley, Crofton Park, Honor Oak, Ladywell Se5, Camberwell, Denmark Hill, Peckham Se8, Deptford, Evelyn Se11, Kennington, Vauxhall, Se14, New Cross Se15, Peckham,Nunhead Se16, Rotherhithe, Bermondsey, Surrey Quays Se17, Walworth, Newington Se19, Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace Se21, Dulwich, Dulwich Village, West Dulwich, Tulse Hill, Sydenham Hill Se22, East Dulwich, Peckham Rye, Loughborough Junction, Herne Hill Se23, Forest Hill, Honor Oak, Crofton Park Se24, Herne Hill, Tulse Hill Se26, Sydenham, Crystal Palace Se27, West Norwood, Gypsy Hill E3 Bow, Bromley-by-bow, Old Ford, Mile End, Three Mills, London Gas Museum E5, Upper Clapton, Lower Clapton, Stoke Newington E6, East Ham, Beckton, Upton Park, Barking E7, Forest Gate, Stratford E9, Homerton, Hackney Wick, South Hackney, Hackney Marshes, Victoria Park E10, Leyton, Temple Mills, Hackney Marshes, Upper Clapton, Walthamstow Marshes E11, Leytonstone, Wanstead, Aldersbrook, Snaresbrook, Cann Hill E12, Manor Park, Little Ilford, Aldersbrook E13, Plaistow, West Ham, 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Wembley Central, North Wembley Ha1, Harrow, Harrow On The Hill, North Harrow, Northwick Park Ha2, North Harrow, South Harrow, Rayners Lane Ha3, Harrow Weald, Kenton, Wealdstone, Belmont Ha4, Ruislip Ha5, Pinner, Eastcote, Hatch End, Rayners Lane, Carpenders Park Ha6, Northwood, Moor Park Ha7, Stanmore, Belmont Ha8, Edgware, Canons Park, Queensbury Ha9, Wembley, Wembley Park, Wembley Central, Preston, Tokyngton N3, Finchley, Crouch End, Finchley Central N9, Edmonton, Lower Edmonton N11, New Southgate, Friern Barnet, Bounds Green, Arnos Grove N12, North Finchley, Woodside Park N14, Southgate, Oakwood, Arnos Grove N18, Upper Edmonton N20, Whetstone, Totteridge, Oakleigh Park N21, Winchmore Hill, Bush Hill, Grange Park En1, Bush Hill Park, Bulls Cross, Enfield Town, Forty Hill, Lower Edmonton En2, Botany Bay, Crews Hill, Enfield Chase, Enfield Town En4, Hadley Wood, Cockfosters, East Barnet, New Barnet En5, High Barnet, Arkley
          

Paul McNeive: 'Legislation drives dramatic rise in energy efficiency'

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It's only three years since I reported here on site-visits to Denmark and Sweden, to inspect developments which were utilising the latest technology in sustainable energy-efficiency. A number of Irish developers were on the trip also, and it's fair to say that there was some scepticism about the practicality of implementing those technologies in Ireland, and whether or not Irish occupiers could be weaned-off open fireplaces and oil or gas-fired central heating systems.
          

Technicolor appoints Richard Moat as CEO, confirms H2 outlook

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(Telecompaper) Technicolor has announced the appointment of Richard Moat as CEO, succeeding Frederic Rose. Moat joins Technicolor from Eir Ireland, where he became CFO in 2012, was then promoted to CEO, and most recently covered the position of non-executive director. He previously held several executive roles, as deputy CEO of EE in the UK and at the helm of businesses including T-Mobile UK, Orange Romania, Orange Denmark, and Orange Thailand.
          

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Top Weather, best weather forecast, up to 72 hours and 25 days forecast.The weather forecast, one of the best weather application on store, one of the best choose for you.Weather forecast, which has accurate weather information for anytime and everywhere.Report immediately local weather forecast & real time rain, storm, ice & snow ...With weather information, you can prepare your plan carefully, you will be successful at work and have better life. The application is very helpful with everybody. Weather forecast detects weather in your current location automatically. There are many information in weather forecast which includes weather condition, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, visibility distance, precipitation in different unites, dew point, wind speed and direction, in addition to ten days future forecast, also hourly weather forecast.Real-time temperature, rain, snow, humidity, pressure, wind force and wind direction are all in this weather application based.FEATURES:- All is free, weekly, daily, hourly update with real time.- Weather forecast for global, for all country: United States (US), Canada, Brazil, United Kingdom (UK), Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Germany, France, Portugal, Spain, Mexico, Finland, Norway , Russia, India, Japan, Korea, China, Australia, Vietnam, ...- Weather forecast for all city: Washington, New York, California, San Francisco, Texas, Georgia, Florida, Ottawa, Hawaii, Toronto, Dallas, Nashville, Kansas city, London, Rome, Madrid, Oslo, Paris, Nancy, Dijon, Brest, Marseille, Rennes, Reims, Chamonix, Lyon, Metz, Grenoble,Strasbourg, Berlin, Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh...- Various weather information: temperature, wind, humidity, dew point, precipitation, visibility, pressure, sunrise, sunset- Full report. Displays all information of weather: location time, temperature, atmospheric pressure, weather condition, visibility distance, relative humidity, precipitation in different unites, dew point, wind speed and direction...- Detect location automatically by GPS and network- Search and manage multiple locations- Supported notification- Weather description: Sunrise Time, Sunset Time, Humidity, Precipitation Probability, Visibility, Wind Speed...- Real time weather maps & weather radar animations with your personal blizzard & hurricane tracker: Rain, snow, clouds, wind, temperature, Humidity, wave, pressure, current.- Chart to manage and view hourly and daily weather- Top weather can display all languages over the world- Real time update widget- Change unit setting: Temperature (C/F), Time format (12h/24h), Precipitation (mm, inch), wind speed (km/h, mi/h, m/s), pressure (mmhg, hPa, mbar)- If you buy version without Ads, you will be received unlimited features: "Add 48 hours forecast & Add 10 days forecast"Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Weather-2217926141558713/Email support: media.topapps@gmail.comUsing weather application and get weather information daily and daily.Download weather forecast for free and experience. Enjoy the perfect and accurate weather forecast!
          

Time for Another Murder (Possibly) Witnessed by Alexa: eDiscovery Trends

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It’s been a while since we covered a good murder case with Internet of Things (IoT) implications. Here’s a new case in Florida where police have submitted a search warrant to Amazon for recordings from an Echo device in a household where a man was charged with killing his partner with a spear(!).

The post Time for Another Murder (Possibly) Witnessed by Alexa: eDiscovery Trends appeared first on CloudNine.


          

Europe forecast: Unsettled & cold - Milder east, Nov 07 - 05:43

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Staying unsettled and cold for much of central and western Europe, milder in the east Thursday Rain affecting northern Spain on Thursday, some of it heavy. Central and southern Spain should be dry with sunny spells, although sopme showers may affect far southern coasts and hills. Showers in the Balearics with further showers in Corsica and Sardinia. Heavy showers, some thundery for southern Italy and Sicily. Showers too for western Greece but dry for most. Turkey shoud be dry with good spells of sunshine. Rain and wind for the west of France, few showers in the east. Some heavy periods of rain in the Low Countries, these also affecting the far west of Germany. eastern Germany should be dry with sunny spells although Poland will too be dry. Some showers for Jungary but dry in Austria. Rain in western Switzerland. Denmark will have sunny spells and scatered showers. These scattered showers affecting the Baltic States too. Finland will be chilly and dry. A few showers in eastern Sweden but dry elsewhere. Mostly dry and chilly in Norway.

Friday Wet in northern a href="http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/Spain.htm" TARGET="_top">Spain through Friday. The south will be dry and sunny but cold. Showers and rain in the Balearics and this rain will be affecting Corsica and Sardinia too. More rain in central and northern parts of Spain. a href="http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/Greece.htm" TARGET="_top">Greece will have a few showers in the west. Much of Turkey should be dry and sunny. Rain affects western a href="http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/France.htm" TARGET="_top">France. Brighter and drier to the north and east. More showers to come in the Low Countries with rain for southern Germany. Northern Germany should be dry. Poland will be dry and mild with sunny spells, wilst it also stays dry in Hungary. Austria and Switzerland will hacve periods of rain. Denmark will have a mix of sunshine and showers. More rain in southern a href="http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/Sweden.htm" TARGET="_top">Sweden. The Baltic States will be mild with broken cloud with mild weather too in Finland. Norway will be chilly ad dry with sunshine.


          

The Nordic-Baltic region: are there common pathways for the future cooperation?

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Title: The Nordic-Baltic region: are there common pathways for the future cooperation? Author(s): Hilmarsson, Hilmar Þór Abstract: The five Nordic countries and the three Baltic States are closely interlinked via trade, investment, mobility of people and banking, but their approaches to European integration are diverse. Within this group of countries there are hardcore EU and euro area member states (the Baltics and Finland), EU members (Denmark and Sweden) and EU outsiders (Iceland and Norway). Common pathways for the future cooperation in Europe may be hard to find. The methodology used in the article is the case study method. The sources of evidence used for the analysis is secondary data, including analytical reports and scholarly literature, as well as interviews and direct observation.; Penkios Šiaurės ir trys Baltijos šalys tarpusavyje glaudžiai susijusios prekybos, investicijų, žmonių mobilumo ir bankininkystės saitais, tačiau jų požiūris į Europos integraciją skiriasi. Šioje šalių grupėje yra ES ir euro zonos valstybės narės (Baltijos šalys ir Suomija), ES valstybės narės (Danija ir Švedija) ir ES nepriklausančios šalys (Islandija ir Norvegija). Tačiau kai kalbama apie Europos integraciją, bendrų susitarimų trūkumas apsunkina šių šalių bendradarbiavimą. Šiame straipsnyje taikomas atvejo metodas. Analizei atlikti naudojami antriniai duomenys, įtraukiant analitines ataskaitas, mokslinę literatūrą ir interviu. Taip pat taikomas tiesioginio stebėjimo metodas.
          

Periode Januari Hingga Oktober 2019, Imigrasi Jayapura Telah Menindak 45 WNA

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JAYAPURA (PB.COM) – Kantor Imigrasi kelas I Jayapura mengklaim telah melakukan penindakan administrasi terhadap 45 Warga Negara Asing (WNA) untuk periode Januari hingga Oktober 2019. Kepala Kantor Imigrasi Jayapura, Gatot Setiawan menyebut 45 WNA tersebut berasal dari sejumlah Negara diantaranya Amerika Serikat, Australia, Brazil, China, Denmark, Jepang, Perancis dan sejumlah Negara lainnya. “Mereka ini melakukan berbagai …
          

IRON MAIDEN Announces Spring/Summer 2020 'Legacy Of The Beast' Tour Dates

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British heavy metal legends IRON MAIDEN have announced nearly three dozen shows for next spring and summer as part of their acclaimed "Legacy Of The Beast" tour. After a six-date run in Australia and New Zealand in May, they will play in Japan and the Philippines, before traveling to Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Tel Aviv, Israel. MAIDEN will then return to Europe for a number of festival appearances and headlining shows in Finland, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Russia, Poland, Czech Republic, Holland, France, Austria, Italy, Portugal and Spain. IRON MAIDEN singer Bruce Dickinson said in a statement: "We've had a fantastic time on the 'Legacy' tour so far, and the reaction everywhere to the stage show and all the crazy props (and Eddie!) I get to play with has been phenomenal. The whole band has been having such fun, we're really excited to bring this production back out on the road next year." The concept for the "Legacy Of The Beast" tour was inspired by MAIDEN's mobile game and comic book of the same name. The stage set design features a number of different but interlocking "worlds" with a setlist covering a large selection of 1980s material with a handful of surprises from later albums to add diversity. MAIDEN's current set includes a Spitfire buzzing the stage during the opening number, "Aces High". The plane is a 90-percent-sized replica of an actual Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vb registration number AA 853 from 302 Squadron that saw active duty in 1941. MAIDEN's 2019 North, South and Central America trek comprised 44 shows in six countries, which, combined with the band's 2018 European dates, means that the group has already taken the "Legacy Of The Beast" show to over one and three quarter of a million fans around the globe. The first leg of the "Legacy Of The Beast" tour opened in Europe last year to outstanding critical acclaim, not just by the 750,000-plus fans who came to see the show but right across national press and rock media, including The Times (U.K.) newspaper calling it "an extraordinary show filled with world class theatrics… a masterclass in performance and staging." IRON MAIDEN's 2020 tour dates: May 01 - Perth, Australia, RAC Arena (w/ KILLSWITCH ENGAGE) May 03 - Adelaide, Australia, Entertainment Centre (w/ KILLSWITCH ENGAGE) May 05 - Brisbane, Australia, Entertainment Centre (w/ KILLSWITCH ENGAGE) May 07 - Sydney, Australia, Qudos Bank Arena (w/ KILLSWITCH ENGAGE) May 11 - Melbourne, Australia, Rod Laver Arena (w/ KILLSWITCH ENGAGE) May 13 - Auckland, New Zealand, Spark Arena (w/ KILLSWITCH ENGAGE) May 16 - Manila, Philippines, Pulp Summer Slam May 19 - Tokyo, Japan, Pia Arena MM May 20 - Tokyo, Japan, Pia Arena MM May 22 - Osaka, Japan, [venue to be confirmed] May 27 - Dubai, UAE, Coca-Cola Arena May 30 - Tel Aviv, Israel, Bloomfield Stadium (w/ ORPHANED LAND) Jun. 5-7 - Tampere, Finland, Rockfest Jun. 09 - Bremen, Germany, Buergerweide (w/ DISTURBED & AIRBOURNE) Jun. 10 - Cologne, Germany, Rhein-Energie-Stadium (w/ AIRBOURNE & LORD OF THE LOST) Jun. 13 - Donington, UK, Download Festival Jun. 15 - Belfast, UK, Belsonic Festival Jun. 18 - Dessel, Belgium, Graspop Metal Meeting Jun. 20 - Copenhagen, Denmark, Copenhell Jun. 23 - Berlin, Germany, Waldbuehne (w/ AIRBOURNE & LORD OF THE LOST) Jun. 25 - Oslo, Norway, Tons Of Rock Jun. 27 - Gothenburg, Sweden, Ullevi Stadium (w/ ALTER BRIDGE & AIRBOURNE) Jun. 30 - St Petersburg, Russia, Ice Palace (w/ AIRBOURNE) Jul. 02 - Moscow, Russia, VTB Arena Dynamo Central Stadium (w/ AIRBOURNE) Jul. 05 - Warsaw, Poland, PGE Narodowy (w/ WITHIN TEMPTATION & LORD OF THE LOST) Jul. 07 - Prague, Czech Republic, Sinobo Stadium (w/ AIRBOURNE & LORD OF THE LOST) Jul. 09 - Weert, Holland, Evenemententerrein (w/ Alter BRIDGE & AIRBOURNE) Jul. 11 - Paris, France, Paris La Defense Arena (w/ AIRBOURNE & AVATAR) Jul. 16 - Wiener, Austria, Neustadt Stadium (w/ AIRBOURNE & LORD OF THE LOST) Jul. 18 - Stuttgart, Germany, Mercedes-Benz Arena (w/ AIRBOURNE & LORD OF THE LOST) Jul. 20 - Bologna, Italy, Sonic Park (w/ AIRBOURNE & LORD OF THE LOST) Jul. 23 - Lisbon, Portugal, Estadio Nacional (w/ WITHIN TEMPTATION & AIRBOURNE) Jul. 25 - Barcelona, Spain, Olympic Stadium (w/ WITHIN TEMPTATION & AIRBOURNE)

          

Adaptive Narratives For Immersive Spaces

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Tree, D., 30 Nov 2019, STORYTELLING BEYOND THE SCREEN. Aarhus, Denmark, p. 55-65 10 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSTORYTELLING BEYOND THE SCREEN
Place of PublicationAarhus, Denmark
Pages55-65
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2019

          

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Professor in Environmental Impact of Towed Fishing Gear

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African bishops say UN Nairobi Summit will be destructive of pro-life agenda

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Nairobi, Kenya, Nov 6, 2019 / 05:01 pm (CNA).- Bishops in Africa have raised concerns about the agenda of the Nairobi Summit, a United Nations gathering being held next week, saying the meeting will be destructive to humanity and the values around human life.

Sponsored by the UN Population Fund and the governments of Kenya and Denmark, the Nairobi Summit marks the 25th anniversary of the Cairo Conference on Population and Development. It will be held in Nairobi Nov. 12-14.

Its program includes five themes, among which are “Universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights as a part of universal health coverage” and “Upholding the right to sexual and reproductive health care even in humanitarian and fragile contexts.”

Bishop Alfred Rotich, Bishop Emeritus of the Military Ordinariate of Kenya and chair of the Kenyan bishops' family life office, told ACI Africa: “We find such a conference not good for us, (and) destroying the agenda for life.”

“There will be about 10,000 people here and we know what they are for, they are not pro-life but they are 10,000 abortionists. They are practitioners of what is against life. Their coming here is to endorse a wrong policy,” Bishop Rotich stated.

The bishop described Kenya as a country “always open and ready and receptive to all manner of discussion and things,” and wondered why the Kenyan president has offered the country as a market where the pro-choice agenda can be be sold.

“We are looking at it from the African culture and we are asking the nation through the president, have we no values?” Bishop Rotich asked.

He continued: “What is the constitution saying about the respect of God? What is our interpretation, we as independent and sovereign nation? Are we aware of the enemy that is continually interfering with our tradition and culture of protecting life?”

He described the summit as an intrusion that is a “dragon against our agenda for life” and affirmed, “We must protect our borders, which (are) in this case the life of this country – now and in the future.”

Archbishop Martin Kivuva of Mombasa described the summit's agenda as “unacceptable according to our teaching of the Catholic Church” and, like Bishop Rotich, he cautioned president Uhuru Kenyatta to be wary of the forum.

“Be warned Mr. President, these (ICPD25 agenda) are the issues you should watch out,” Archbishop Kivuva said, adding: “We need to say no, we cannot take this.”

Referring to the organizers of the summit, Archbishop Kivuva said that “It is not the first time they are doing this, and they have a hidden agenda.”

“Remember most of this is about population reduction and yet in Europe there is zero growth yet they tell us we are many,” Archbishop Kivuva said, adding that the foreign organizers of the summit “tell us we are poor because we are many. That is a lie! We are poor because they took and still take our resources. Look at DR Congo, with all the minerals it should be the richest country.”

Bishop Charles Kasonde of Solwezi, chairman of the  Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa, described Africa’s population as “doing good” and “moderate”.

“In terms of population, it is poverty that drags us down otherwise as the population for Africa we are sparsely populated,” Bishop Kasonde of Solwezi told ACI Africa.

To counter the agenda of the Nairobi Summit, the Kenya Christian Professionals Forum, with the backing of Kenya's bishops, has organized a parallel convention to be held Nov. 11-14.

 

 

A version of this story was initially reported by CNA's sister agency, ACI Africa. It has been adapted by CNA.


          

THE DOWNLOAD: Global Aggies, Chef Challenge

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Floreana

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On a remote island in the future people are preparing for an important mission.

Sound and Music: Sofie Birch and Asbjørn Derdau
Development Support: Tim Leborgne, Per Kristensen and Claus Toksvig Kjaer
Additional Animation: Annalea Hartelius
Supported by The Open Workshop Department of The Animation Workshop, Viborg, Denmark

Awards
Los Angeles Animation Festival: Best of Fest
New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival: ISHIYA Award

Festival Requests: festival@miyu.fr

Official Selection of 80+ International Film Festivals
2019 Chicago International Children's Film Festival
2019 Fantoche International Animation Festival, Switzerland
2019 La Guarimba Film Festival, Italy
2019 Turku Animated Film Festival, Finland
2019 Odense International Film Festival, Denmark
2019 Fest Anca, Slovakia
2019 Animafest Zagreb, Croatia
2019 Pictoplasma, Germany
2019 Filmfest Dresden, Germany
2019 GLAS International Animation Festival, U.S.A.
2019 Tokyo Animation Arts Festival, Japan
2019 Cape Town International Animation Festival, South Africa
2019 New York International Children's Film Festival, U.S.A. (U.S. Premiere)
2019 Animac, Spain
2018 Animateka, Slovenia
2018 Sommets du cinéma d'animation, Canada (North American Premiere)
2018 New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival, Japan (World Premiere)

Distribution
MIYU Distribution
GKIDS Ghibli Fest 2019

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Daniel McDonnell: 'Ireland's final squad for November fixtures adds weight to four long-held theories'

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THE announcement of the final squad for Ireland’s games with New Zealand and Denmark adds weight to a number of long-held suspicions.
          

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Beyond Music Volume 1 / Same Sky Releases Music Video For “Our Colors” - A Celebration Of Cross-Cultural Friendship

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WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/XdAUdy3NlEw

AND AT BILLBOARD: https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/8542500/beyond-music-our-colors-video

BEYOND MUSIC has unveiled the music video for “Our Colors” - an original collaborative song that celebrates global friendship and cultural richness, and includes nearly all of the 23 BEYOND MUSIC artists that participated in this first-of-its-kind new project. BEYOND MUSIC Volume One / Same Sky brings together 23 artists from 17 countries who have met and networked through the new online collaborative platform (https://beyondmusic.org) to create a definitive global music album, overseen and produced by 2019 GRAMMY Producer of the Year nominee Larry Klein.  

Watch the video for “Our Colors” here: https://youtu.be/XdAUdy3NlEw

Today, Billboard premiered the video and spoke with Larry Klein about the making of it. Read the article here: https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/8542500/beyond-music-our-colors-video

"Our Colors" was created with the collaboration of almost all BEYOND MUSIC artists during the recordings of Same Sky at the prestigious "Studios La Fabrique" in France and offers a fascinating look into the recording process. It began with a string arrangement by Danish violinist Andreas Bernitt, who said the following:  

"Meeting the other BEYOND MUSIC artists at Studios La Fabrique in France was a life changing experience - so much special multicoloured talent gathered in one place! I wanted to create something special, through which, we could all connect - and contribute with our different cultural and musical backgrounds."

Andreas invited the BEYOND MUSIC artists to play something on top of his string line to ensure all artists left their musical fingerprint on this song.

BEYOND MUSIC Founder Regula Curti and CEO Konstanze Wiedemann expanded on the song’s message: “The fundamental spirit of BEYOND MUSIC is unity in diversity. Music has the power to embrace everyone by honoring their culture, race, tradition and style. ‘Our Colors’ celebrates each musical expression, vocally or instrumentally, for its distinct and unique characteristics. By unifying diverse human sound colors makes music more brilliant and affecting.” 

Tina Turner, Co-Founder and ambassador of BEYOND MUSIC said: “I see humanity in this way. By honoring each other’s ethnic, religions, and cultural backgrounds, we become stronger and happier, brightening the cosmic masterpiece of artwork that is our world.”

Recently, the project’s producer Larry Klein appeared on Southern California’s KPFK, as well as KPCC’s The Frame to discuss working on the project. Read more at GRAMMY.comTape-Op and Forbes as well. 

Go behind the scenes with all of the musicians and team that brought these songs to life: https://youtu.be/9KaSX8wWGn8 

And learn more about the BEYOND MUSIC PROJECT, the artists involved, and the songs here: https://www.beyondmusicproject.org/

The songs on Same Sky were first created via BEYOND MUSIC’s online platform (https://beyondmusic.org) that invited musicians from all over the world to collaborate virtually and to go beyond their borders. Behind BEYOND MUSIC is the non-profit Swiss BEYOND FOUNDATION, which aims to bring together cultures of the world through music in order to foster mutual dialogue and respect. BEYOND MUSIC received 110 song submissions from artists from 48 countries and 55 genres, and selected 10 winning songs to be recorded for the first volume of what will be an on-going project. 

Listen to the album in full here: https://lnk.site/beyond-music-volume-one-same-sky

Artistic Director and producer of the album Larry Klein assembled a top-class studio band, of all-star musicians session players including Dean Parks, Ed Harcourt, Adrian Utley, Manu Katché, Clive Deamer and Dan Lutz, who have collectively played with Sting, Peter Gabriel, Michael Jackson, Patti Smith, Stevie Wonder, Madonna, Radiohead, Portishead and beyond.

 

BEYOND MUSIC Volume One Same Sky featured artists:

Abdullah Alhussainy, Egypt

Beshar Al Azzawi, Iraq

Mariana Baraj, Argentina

Andreas Bernitt, Denmark

Heather Bond, USA

Moshe Elmakias, Israel

Danielle Eog Makedah, Cameroon

Brice Essomba, Cameroon

Sandro Friedrich, Switzerland

Sheryl Gambo, Congo

Jivan Gasparyan Jr., Armenia

Eduard Glumov, Kazakhstan

Mor Karbasi, Israel

Max Keller Music, Switzerland

Elly Kellner, Netherlands

John Lumpkin II, USA

Syssi Mananga, Belgium/Congo

Kane Mathis, USA

Kate Northrop, USA/Switzerland

Bijayashree Samal, India

Sasha Shlain, Russia

Ingrid White, Cameroon

Msafiri Zawose, Tanzania

 

About BEYOND MUSIC:

BEYOND MUSIC, www.beyondmusic.org, is an online platform that invites professional musicians, singers, composers and songwriters from all genres to collaborate worldwide. Cross-genre, cross-culture, cross-generation. The platform is financed by the Swiss BEYOND FOUNDATION, established in 2007 by the couple Regula and Beat Curti, a registered non-profit organization, supporting projects that unite cultures through music in order to foster cross-cultural understanding, awareness, dialog and respect. With their projects, the BEYOND FOUNDATION wants musicians from all over the world to inspire each other, to work together and to create a worldwide team spirit of togetherness and compassion.


          

1st #VdGMForum | Barcelona, 7-8 February 2014

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The Vasco da Gama Movement whishes to thank all participants, speakers and supporters of the first PanEuropean meeting for Trainees and Junior Family Doctors, the #VdGMForum !

 

 

Download the 2014 #VdGMForum programme and abstract booklet by clicking here (PDF, 5MB)

 

Welcome message

The Vasco da Gama Movement invites you to be part of the first PanEuropean meeting for Trainees and Junior Family Doctors !

We are delighted to welcome you to the first Pan European meeting for trainees and junior Family Doctors, the Vasco da Gama Movement Forum, which will be held in the city of Barcelona on 7th-8th February 2014. After organising 8 succesful European PreConferences and co-organising 2 fantastic World PreConferences ahead of the Wonca Conferences between 2005-2013, and alongside preparations for the 2014 VdGM PreConference in Lisbon in July, the Vasco da Gama Movement is ready to take the next step ! 
 
We are organizing the VdGM Forum, a scientific conference rich in contents, under the title “One Strong Voice for the Family Doctors of the 21st Century”. The programme will be focused on the topics of the Future of Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Out-of-Hours Services, Career Development, Research Skills and Emerging Technologies.
 
Prior to the VdGM Forum, a vocational exchange will be organized for selected participants, who will have the opportunity to observe GP/FM practices (offices) in Barcelona and learn more about the national organisation of primary care.
 
We strongly believe that the progress of our movement depends on our colleagues, on whether they share our cause, and on the continuity of our platform; a platform in which members meet regularly and they have the chance to establish and develop good professional relationships, which are essential for launching exciting and aspirational new projects. Alongside trainees and newly qualified (5 years) General Practitioners / Family Doctors, we also welcome senior GP/FD, other specialities but also patients and undergraduate medical students.
 
For this very reason we are working with great enthusiasm so that you can enjoy a unique scientific and cultural programme.
 
We warmly invite you all to join us for an amazing conference; we are looking forward to meeting you in Barcelona!
 
The Host Organising Committee of the First VdGM Forum
 
 

Speakers

Confirmed speakers to the VdGM Forum

 

Enric Aragonès  (Spain) 

Enric Aragonès, MD, PhD,is a family physician and general practitioner at Constantí Primary Care Centre (Catalan Heath Institute). He is working in research projects in mental health in the primary care area (mainly in clinical and healthcare topics of depression) and is the manager of the Research Group in Mental Health and Primary Care in Tarragona (Primary Care Research Institute IDIAP Jordi Gol). He is member of the Working Group in Mental Health of the CAMFiC (Catalan Society of Family Medicine) and coordinator of the semFYC Working Group in Mental Health (Spanish Society of Family Medicine).

 

Manuel Campíñez Navarro

(Spain)

Manuel Campiñez Navarro. Family physician in EBA Vallcarca, Barcelona. Master in Primary Health Care, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). Associate Clinical Professor in the Medicine Department, UAB. Directive Member of the Communication and Health Group in the Spanish Family Physicians Association (SEMFYC). PhD Student in UAB.

Magdalena Canals

(Spain)

Magdalena  Canals Aracil is a family and community doctor. She works in a Health Center in the south of Madrid. She’s member of  the Emergencyand ContinuingCare group of semFYC  and is Family Medicine resident´s tutor in Madrid and Associate Professor of practice in the Complutense University. She has a lot of experience learning basic/advanced live support, she makes with her ESVAP program group (Enseñanza de Soporte Vital en Atención Primaria) many courses all over Spain. She is coordinator of ESVAP program in Madrid.

Sonia Cibrián

(Spain)

Family physician un EBA VAllcarca, Barcelona. Member of the Communication and Health Group in the Spanish Family Physicians Association (semFYC). PhD Student in Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).

Lorraine Cleaver

(UK)

Lorraine Cleaver is a Scottish wife and mother who has petitioned the Scottish Parliament for improved Thyroid diagnosis and treatment. The petition has benefited from the involvement of the Minister for Public Health and is progressing well. After her thyroid was removed in 2006 for Graves disease, Lorraine's health declined by an alarming degree, despite being under the care of an Endocrinologist. Her GP was desperate to help but the system of deferring to the consultant and guidelines made this almost impossible. She recovered her health by working alongside her GP but outwith the established Endocrinology model. Gathering evidence for the petition reinforced that the treatment model for chronic diseases is failing many thousands of patients who go on to develop worsening health and a reliance on polypharmacy. She is optimistic that putting patients at the center of their treatment will help to change this, improving patient's health and enabling GP's to have more autonomy in the patient's care.

Xavier Cos
(Spain)
 

Mercedes Fernández

(Spain)

Mercedes Pérez Fernández. GP, specialist in Internal Medicine, Equipo CESCA, Madrid (Spain). President of the Ethical Committee of the Spanish Network of Primary Care, and NoGracias.

Odile Fernández

(Spain)

Odile Fernández. GP. Postgradute in preventive medicine and public health. Author of the book: "Mis Recetas Anticáncer: alimentación y vida anticáncer" ( My recipes anticancer: food and life anticancer). Survivor of stage IV ovarian cancer. She is working in the promotion of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of cancer. 

Aurora Rovira Fontanals

(Spain)

Aurora Rovira Fontanals (Barcelona, 1961). MD (UAB, 1985). Family physician since 1989, working in CAP La Pau (Barcelona) since 1992. Tutor of GP trainees since 1995. Member of Gender Violence network and Primary Care of CAMFiC. Member of Red-CAPS (female healthcare professional’s network).

Berta Garcia Arbol

(Spain)

Medical student at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Currently studying at the University of Alcalá in a national exchange program. Member of Farmacriticxs, a national project of International Federation of Medical Students Associations of Spain (IFMSA-Spain). Member of the organization committee of the second Farmacriticxs- NoGracias conference “Salut amb Seny” at Barcelona, 2011. One month clinical clerkship at Teresina, Brazil through an International Clinical Exchange Program of IFMSA. Member of Red-CAPS, a female healthcare professional’s network.

Juan Gervas

(Spain)

Juan GERVAS. GP, PhD. Equipo CESCA, Madrid (Spain). Honorary professor, public health, Autonomous University, Madrid. Visiting professor, international health, National School of Public Health, Madrid.

Raquel Gomez-Bravo
(Spain)
Dr Raquel Gómez Bravo is a Spanish young family doctor from Alhaurín el Grande Málaga, where she was graduated in 2004 (UAM). She made her Specialization in Family and Community Medicine in Madrid 2005-2009, being very in the Spanish Scientific Society of Family and Community Medicine SemFYC. Chief of Residents of Universitary of Hospital La Paz 2009-2010. Emergency Department of the University Hospital La Paz (Madrid, Spain) (June, 2009 to August 2012). Mentor of trainees: June 2010-August 2012. Teacher at Autonomous University of Madrid: “TAD de Medicina y Cirugía de Urgencias” during 3 years (Academic years 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012), specialize in communication skills and new technologies. Expert in Mental Health in Primary Care (University of Alcalá) 2009. European Expert in Quality Management in Health Care (AENOR) 2011. Nowadays she is the Spanish Representative Member in VdGM Europe Council. Coordinator of Beyond Europe Group in VdGM. VdGM Executive. Liaison with EURIPA and member of EURIPA Executive. Liaison with WWPWFM. Member of Family Violence Special Interest Group and actually working in her PhD about Gender Violence. 

Ángel González

(Spain)

Advertising practitioner with 30 years of experience, half of them in the Healthcare sector. He has been co-President of Publicis Healthcare Spain, heading the Madrid office by managing its change and bringing innovation to lead it to being “the reference of the market on a global scale”. Afterwards, he joined the Madrid office of Global Healthcare as partner and managing director with the responsibility of re-launching it onto the Spanish market. In January 2009, Angel set up Ideagoras, the first fully independent Social Media in Healthcare company established in Spain. He was the founder of #hcsmeuES, leading the tweet-chats during its first year.

Angelina González Viana

(Spain)

Registered Nurse at Barcelona University (1996) worked at cardiac units both in Catalan and English hospitals and for Doctors without Borders in Sierra Leone and Uganda in 2003-2004. MPH in 2005 at Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona. Since 2007 I work at Catalan Public Health Agency. Involved on health promotion programs that connect primary health and municipalities into making easy the healthy options at local level as well as involved in impulsing community health projects in vulnerable areas of Catalonia.

Prof Amanda Howe

(UK)

Prof Amanda Howe was elected as WONCA President-Elect in Prague in June 2013. She will become the first woman to be WONCA President in 2016. She was elected RCGP Honorary Secretary in 2009. Prof Howe practices at the Bowthorpe Medical Centre in Norwich, England and has been Professor of Primary Care at the University of East Anglia since 2001. She has been deeply involved with WONCA since 2000, when she facilitated a workshop for their Working Party on Women and Family Medicine. She is on their Executive, chaired the group from 2007-2009, and hosted an international meeting at UEA in 2009. Prof Howe now serves on the newly created Equity Committee, is a member of WONCA Europe’s Bylaws Committee, and (also as part of her role as RCGP Honorary Secretary), often attends WONCA conferences in Europe and around the world to contribute relevant papers and promote the development of family medicine.
 

Sebastian Huter

(Austria)

Sebastian Huter is a medical student from Austria. He is writing his diploma thesis on "the role of the GPs as point of first contact in the Austrian health care system". As a member of the Austrian Medical Students' Association and the Austrian VdGM-membership organisation "JAMÖ" he participated in and coordinated various projects to advocate for better training in general practice, both during and after medical school.

Per Kallestrup

(Denmark)

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Laminu Kaumi

(Spain)

Laminu Kaumi M.D, ETM, MPH, is a final year Resident Doctor in Family and community medicine at Unidad docente Este Madrid, Spain. Graduated at the Latin American school of medicine, Havana with Honours Title (Gold Title, Titulo de Oro) and 7 Academic Awards. Working experience in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa related to global health, tropical medicine and volunteer activities. Presently undergoing a Masters programme in tropical medicine and international health at Universidad autonoma de Madrid. Active Member of the Cuban and Nigerian Medical association.

Oleg Kravtchenko

(Norway)

Born in 1963 to the family of Russian army officer. Graduated Moscow Medical Academy in 1986. Specialized in ENT-surgery at Central Postgraduate University, Moscow, and Eppendorf University, Hamburg. Practiced at the Central Clinical Hospital in Moscow until 1998 when moved to Norway. Studied at Oslo University and then practiced at the Nordland Central Hospital, ENT-dept. and later Ob.-Gyn. dept. Specialized as GP in 2002 and worked in rural practice in Meloey community, Nordland, until summer 2012 when became co-owner at the Fredensborgklinikken, Nordland. Works as a fulltime GP and is an Overseas Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, and Vice-President of EURIPA, WONCA. 

Joanne Lane

(UK)

Joanna Lane BA Hons (Oxon).Joanna’s son Chris committed suicide in 2008 at the age of 31. Since then she has been trying her best to raise awareness of neuroendocrine problems after brain injury, with such diverse consequences as getting the issue raised in an Early Day Motion in Parliament, and incorporated into the plot line of a Holby City episode.  She is very willing to speak on post-traumatic hypopituitarism (PTHP) to any audience, and welcomes emails from anyone who believes they may be affected by this condition. Her website is www.headinjuryhypo.org.uk. Before retirement she taught English as a Second Language. She is married with two surviving daughters and two small granddaughters, and lives in Surrey.

Frederic Llordachs i Marques

Frederic Llordachs

(Spain)

MD with MBA, specialiced in Healthcare Management and Marketing. Direct experience with healthcare insurance, and heathcare management, and interested in medical tourism, innovation in medical devices and new ICT-based healthcare services. Involved in start-ups, like Doctoralia (http://www.doctoralia.com), the global platform for healthcare search and accessibility, and other early stage projects

Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva

(Spain)

Associate Professor at School of Information and Communication Science Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) and researcher at Internet Interdisciplinary Institute. His research field is focused on Innovative Technologies and eHealth, among others.
He was a scientific Officer at Information Society Unit - European Commission to work on economic evaluation and modelling of Personal Health Systems.

Helena Legido-Quigley

(UK)

Helena Legido-Quigley, is a Lectuer in Global Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. She has conducted research on European health policy, quality of health care, health systems, chronic conditions, and migrant populations. Her latest research focuses on the impact of the financial crisis and austerity measures on health. Her work has been published in peer reviewed journals such as the Lancet, British Medical Journal and PLOS Medicine. It has also been widely covered in International media including the Economist, the Financial Times and Huffington Post.

Juan A Lopez-Rodriguez

(Spain)

Juan A Lopez-Rodriguez, MD, was born in Frigiliana (Malaga-SPAIN) and graduated from Malaga's University in 2009. He is currently a Primary Care Resident at the Madrid Center Multiprofesional Primary Care Teaching Unit and a member of the Working Group in Mental Health at the semFyC (main National Primary Care Society). He worked as an attending Physician in a Substance Misuse clinic and he owns a Master Degree in Psychopharmacology and Drug Abuse by the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. He is currently also a PhD fellow developing his thesis in the field of Addiction treatment tools for Primary Care with the use of social media and computer assisted programs treatments (conducted by Prof. Gabriel Rubio)

Job Metsemakers

(Netherlands)

 
Prof Job Metsemakers became in 2002 professor and chair of the Department of Family Medicine, at Maastricht University. At the international level, he has been active as consultant in health care reform in Eastern European countries, and in development of family medicine in Indonesia. He has been on the executive board of The European Academy of Teachers in General Practice and Family Medicine (EURACT), and currently is on the Advisory Board of the European General Practice Research Network (EGPRN). For the last six years (until June 2013) he was the Honorary Secretary of WONCA Europe. From 2010-2013 he served on the WONCA membership committee. He succeeded Tony Mathie (UK), in June 2013, to become President of WONCA Europe 2013-2016.
 
Frederick Miller (Spain) 

Frederick (Rick) Miller is a physician of Family and Community Medicine trained in the United States. He has spent the last 12 years working in both the US and Spain in medicine and community health. He is a founding member of the network AUPA, which comprises over 75 health centres in Catalunya that are doing community health projects, and was the Scientific Secretary for PACAP (Program for Community Health in Primary Care), of the Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine. Currently, he works in Barcelona for Advance Medical, a company that provides expert medical opinions to patients in remote areas of the world, and at Codman Square, a community health center in Boston, as a family physician.

Sergio Minue

(Spain)

 
Sergio Minué is a specialist in Family and Community Medicine and professor of Health Policy and Ethics Department in the Andalusian School of Public Health. At this moment he is Director of Innovation and Research in this institution. He is leading some research project related to clinical decision making in primary care, about diagnostic error, and he is working in some international projects about the impact of the economic crisis in health systems. Sergio carries out functions as semFYC representative in WONCA/CIMF. Member of the semFYC group in patient safety, he publishes two blogs ( “El gerente de Mediado” and "La cara Ve”).
@sminue
 
 Ernesto Mola (Italy)

Ernesto Mola is a family doctor in Lecce (South of Italy), representative of ASSIMEFAC and President Elect of the network of Italian Associations members of WONCA. He is involved in research and in the vocational training for family doctors as coordinator. He collaborated for the Leonardo Project, designed to involve patients in the management of their chronic conditions.

Agostinho Moreira de Sousa

(Portugal)

Agostinho Sousa is a sixth year medical student at the Abel Salazar Biomedical Sciences Institute (ICBAS) of the University of Porto, Portugal. He is now in his second term as Liaison Officer for Medical Education issues. He also serves as the student representative in the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) and in the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE). His main responsibility is to work with all the external partners that are related to Medical Education.

Marco Noventa

(Italy)

Marco Noventa got his education at University of Padova where in 2002 he got graduated in Science and Agrarian Technologies and attended PhD courses in Michigan State University “management and improvement of animal genetic resources”.  He is responsible beef cattle nutritionist for one of the biggest Italian farmers association (AZOVE)  with more than 50000 heads. He follows all the phases of meat chain production, from selection and purchasing of animals, nutrition, formulation and production of feedstuffs and supplements, premixes and control of meat quality at slaughter houses.

 

Marie Ennis O'Connor

 

Nikos Papachristou

 

Tanja Pekez-Pavlisko

(Croatia)

Luisa Pettigrew

(UK)

Dr Luisa Pettigrew is a young family doctor in London. Whilst in VdGM (2008-2011) she coordinated the ‘Hippokrates’ international exchange programme, helping secure its first European Union funding grant. In parallel in the UK she helped establish the Royal College of General Practitioners' Junior International Committee to enable the future generation of family doctors in the UK to also further in international activities. In 2013 she was elected as a member at large to WONCA's executive board. Luisa has undertaken a Diploma in International Health (2003) and Master in Health Policy (2011). When possible Luisa has taken time to undertake voluntary work for various NGOs and health organisations in Argentina, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico and Mozambique. In addition she has undertaken work for the World Health Organization and Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. 

Alba Riesgo

(Spain)

Alba Riesgo, MD, PhD, is a family physician who works in the emergency department of the University Hospital in Oviedo, a medium city in the North of Spain. She is working in research projects in emergency medicine, specially in cardiac acute care and acute stroke. She has participated in different multicentric studies about cardiac acute care in Spain and she has also published several papers about this topic in Spanish medical journals. She also has a lot of experience learning basic/advanced live support, she makes with her ESVAP program group (Enseñanza de Soporte Vital en Atención Primaria) many courses all over Spain. She is coordinator of the semFYC Working Group in emergency medicine (Spanish Society of Family Medicine).

Marta Sastre

(Spain)

Marta Sastre Paz is a young family and community doctor. She was traineed in Vallecas, a district in the south of Madrid. For the last two years, she’s been working in a Health Promotion Centre in Villaverde, also in the south of Madrid; nowadays, her work is more community work than individual consultations, working in Health Promotion Centre, CMS Villaverde - Madrid Salud - Ayuntamiento de Madrid. She’s member of PACAP (Community Activities in Primary Care Programm of semFYC) since 2008. “I believe in the need of engaging with the community, and try to be part of it, to promote health and reduce health inequalities.”

Martin Sattler

(Luxembourg)

Martin Sattler is a family physician working since 2010 in Luxemburg. He completed the GP training in Luxemburg and started the national VdGM group in Luxemburg in 2009. The medical studies he completed in various european countries as Germany, France, Sweden and Italy where her get in contact with the different health care systems and where started his special interest for primary care in europe and worldwide. Personal interests are beside promotion of primary care, alternative medicine and health politics, travelling, languages, sports, music and nature.

Martin Seifert

(Czech Repubblic)

Martin Seifert is a young GP in training from the Czech Republic, currently working in two general practices in Prague. He studied medicine in Prague and gathered his medical experience and skills mainly in the University Hospital in Prague, in Granada (Spain), Ufa (Russia), Jeruzalem (Israel), and Regensburg (Germany), where he worked more than two years in neurological rehabilitation. He has finished a 3-year course of study of traditional Chinese medicine and shiatsu, which he practices and continues to study. Dr. Seifert has additionally been studying and practicing therapeutic yoga in the Czech Republic, Spain, and Nepal for the last 12 years. He practices manual medicine of the famous „Prague school“ and he is in psychotherapeutic training focused on psychosomatics. He has volunteered in many foreign countries, such as Ghana, giving lessons about teenage pregnancy. He teaches as an external assistant at the Department of Family Medicine of Charles University in Prague.

Jordi Serrano Pons

(Spain)

Jordi is a General Practitioner and the founder of the UniversalDoctor Project, the main objective of which is to improve multilingual communication between health professionals and patients.
He is co-founder of Zero Mothers Die, a Global partnership Project using mobile health to improve maternal health.
He recently started working as a consultant to the WHO and TicSalut Foundation and collaborates very frequently with the Geneva Health Forum as advisor on Innovation and Health cited Forum (Forum of Global Health).
     

 

 

Preconference: #DesignThinking for Primary Care Workshop

Design Thinking is about believing we can make a difference, and having an intentional process in order to get to new, relevant solutions that create positive impact.
 
  • It’s human-centred: it begins from deep empathy and understanding of needs and motivations of people
  • It’s collaborative: several great minds are always stronger when solving a challenge than just one.
  • It’s optimistic: Design Thinking is the fundamental belief that we all can create change.
  • It’s experimental: it gives you permission to fail and to learn from your mistakes, because you come up with new ideas, get feedback on them, then iterate.
 
It has five phases that help navigate the development from identifying a design challenge to finding and building a solution.
 
The Five Phases of the Design Thinking Process
 
The Vasco da Gama Movement is developing a fantastic workshop that will enable you to learn firsthand how Design Thinking can be used to innovate in health and healthcare. During this workshop, teams will work together to explore and create solutions to real healthcare challenges.
 
Design Thinking #1
 
The participants will work on problems identified and will use the Design Thinking methods to gain a deep understanding of the problem and develop innovative ‘human-centred’ solutions (ie. solutions that truly meet the needs of users). Methods will include user-interviews, observation, brainstorming and rapid prototyping, with the aim of creating solutions that combine human desirability and usability with business viability and technological feasibility.
 
The workshop will take place in Barcelona just before the 1st #VdGMForum, on 7th February from 9am to 2.30pm. There is only a limited number of places for this workshop. The participation in the workshop will be free of charge. Medical students, other healthcare professionals, people from other professional background and patients are welcome to apply for a place.
 
The deadline for applications is Tuesday 7th January.
 
Design Thinking #2
 

Preconference: Satellite Meetup with the Health 2.0 Barcelona

Are you a technology enthusiast? Do you believe in the potential of technology that will lead to the Creative Destruction of Medicine? We are delighted to invite you to the Preconference Satellite Meetup with the Health 2.0 Barcelona!

Health2.0Bcn is an interdisciplinary group where professionals of the health sector join technology lovers with the aim to improve healthcare through the use of new technologies. Health2.0 wants to encourage projects related to health, developed by startups or individuals, offering them visibility, while inspiring others

This Preconference Satellite Meetup will be held on Thursday 6th February 2014 at 7pm, just a day before the #VdGMForum. A map to the location is available here. The participation is completely free, but we kindly ask you to register here in order to manage the resources that we need for this meetup.

 

The Programme includes:

 

  1. Presentation of the VdGM
  2. Introduction and overview of the latest trends in health2.0 by health2.0Bcn team
  3. Round table of local GPs who will tell us about the use of 2.0 technologies in their day to day, what's available out there and what's missing. 
 
Primary care represents a big market segment with special needs, that are not necessarily covered yet by the new technologies. Let's try to fill that gap. 
 
The confirmed family doctor panelists are:
  • Dra Mireia Sans 
  • Dra Dolors Ruiz  
  • Dra Adriana Bataller 
  • Dr Miguel Angel Mayer 
  • Dr Monica Moro 
  • Dr Jordi Serrano
 
We hope that this session will be a good occasion for startups to size the opportunities and needs of the primary care, and for primary care doctors to share their experience and best practices in order to spread the benefits of those technologies amongst their GP colleagues.

 

We would like to thank the organizers Aline Noizet, Frederic Llordachs, Jordi Serrano Pons and Sophie Park for their enthusiastic support and for making this meeting happen.

 

 

Exchange Programme

It is our pleasure to offer to all European GP trainees/junior GP visitors the opportunity to discover how GPs in and around Barcelona practice medicine, in the Conference Exchange in Barcelona, just before the first Pan European meeting for trainees and junior Family Doctors, the Vasco da Gama Movement Forum! Between 5-6th February, during the Conference Exchange, we will try to show you our art and science to be a doctor. Therefore, we offer 30 places for European visitors in primary health care urban or rural centres.
 
You will enjoy 2 days of rotation before the Vasco da Gama Movement Forum begins, which will be held in the city of Barcelona on 7th-8th February 2014. You can join us and be part of the social program we have prepared just to show the skills, knowledge, technology, art, languages, and awesome Barcelona which is always waiting for you. 
 
We have limited places (12) for those who want to stay in the home of one of our tutors/GP trainers colaborators. Some of them live in rural areas within 2 hours of Barcelona, others in the city of Barcelona.
 
Also, if you want to stay by your own in the city, we can help you to find cheap accomodation in a nice hostel with good transport communication and location.
 
We are working with great enthusiasm so that you can enjoy an unforgettable experience that will not disappoint you ! Please take a look also at the detailed schedule of the Exchange, by clicking here.
 
If you wish to participate in the exchange, please contact your VdGM National Representative.
 
The selection has finished ! Thank you to everyone who applied !
 

You can download the final social programme for the exchange by clicking here.

 
 
 

Place and Time

The Forum venue is the Collegi Oficial de Metges de Barcelona (www.comb.cat). Here is the venue on Google Maps: Map
The Forum will take place on 7th and 8th February 2014.
 

 

Facebook

Join the Facebook Event to be up to date on news - https://www.facebook.com/events/119640248206586

 

Twitter

Join the conversation! We will be tweeting with the #vdgmForum hashtag: http://www.symplur.com/healthcare-hashtags/vdgmforum/
 

Newsletter

You can download the Forum Newsletter here: Announcement Issue

 

 

Scientific Committee

 

In preparation for the main keynotes which will be held on Saturday 8th February morning of the 1st VdGM Forum, Dr Peter A Sloane (Ireland) interviews Professor Job Metsemakers, President of WONCA Europe (Netherlands), Professor Per Kallestrup, founder of the Hippokrates Exchange Programme (Denmark), and Dr Luisa Pettigrew, members at large of the WONCA World Executive (UK). The session will discuss "One Vision: How Can We Unite the European Family Medicine?" and this brief Google Hangout interview will set the scene for what will be a vibrant and engaging discussion in Barcelona.

 

 

Register to the #VdGMForum Barcelona 2014!

 

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European PGA-Turkish Airlines Open Scores

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Thursday At The Montgomerie Maxx Royal Antalya, Turkey Purse: $7 million Yardage: 7,133; Par: 72 First Round Tom Lewis, England 65 Matthias Schwab, Austria 65 Alex Noren, Sweden 66 Thomas Pieters, Belgium 66 David Lipsky , United States 66 Justin Rose, England 67 Danny Willett, England 67 Joost Luiten, Netherlands 67 Scott Jamieson, Scotland 67 Thomas Detry, Belgium 67 Benjamin Hebert, France 67 Edoardo Molinari, Italy 68 Matthew Southgate, England 68 Victor Perez, France 68 Joachim B. Hansen, Denmark 68 Jorge Campillo, Spain 68 Tyrrell Hatton, England 68 Richie Ramsay, Scotland 68 Andrea Pavan, Italy 68 Jason Scrivener, Australia 68 Aaron Rai, England 68 Also Kurt Kitayama, United States 69 Martin Kaymer, Germay 70 Eddie Pepperell, England 70 Francesco Molinari, Italy 71 Patrick Reed, United States 71 Lee Westwood, England 71 Sean Crocker, United States 71 Shane Lowry, Ireland 72 Matt Wallace, England 74 Padraig Harrington, Ireland 75
          

World’s Story Volume VIII: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Greenland and the Search for the Poles, The by TAPPAN, Eva March

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This is the eighth volume of the 15-volume series of The World’s Story: a history of the World in story, song and art, edited by Eva March Tappan. Each book is a compilation of selections from prose literature, poetry and pictures and offers a comprehensive presentation of the world's history, art and culture, from the early times till the beginning of the 20th century. Topics in Part VIII include excerpts from the Eddas, the life of the Vikings, the Scandinavian kings' fight for supremacy and the race towards the North and South Pole. - Summary by Sonia
Cast list for The ghost of Hamlet's father:
Bernardo: alanmapstone / Francisco: Jim Locke / Horatio: Eva Davis / Marcellus: Tomas Peter / Hamlet: Nemo / Narrator: Sonia

          

STS and Peter Schmeichel: Bet with the leaders

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STS – the biggest bookmaker in Poland that also operates in several European countries – is starting a new campaign “Bet with the leaders”, the global ambassador of which is the legendary Peter Schmeichel. From now, the former Manchester United and Denmark goalkeeper will cooperate with STS in all European countries where the bookmaker operates. With the Peter …

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Tips and Tricks: Job Searching in Denmark (The Application)

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Event hos Career Denmark, Midtjylland (Ansøgningsfrist: 07.11.2019)
          

Scandinavian Leicester City fans gets even better, new website launched and positive vibes all around

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Leicester City have a grand colony of followers all over the globe, as we have seen on the official site, you will find them at places you would seldom believe fans of such a club would be. The Scandinavian Branch of the Supporters Club is a union of people living in Norway, Denmark and Sweden,...
          

Kearse, Eugene

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Funeral services will be held, Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 1:00 pm at the St. Matthews Church of Deliverance, Denmark, SC. The burial will follow...
          

Europe forecast: Unsettled & cold - Milder east, Nov 07 - 17:43

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Staying unsettled and cold for much of central and western Europe, milder in the east Thursday Rain affecting northern Spain on Thursday, some of it heavy. Central and southern Spain should be dry with sunny spells, although sopme showers may affect far southern coasts and hills. Showers in the Balearics with further showers in Corsica and Sardinia. Heavy showers, some thundery for southern Italy and Sicily. Showers too for western Greece but dry for most. Turkey shoud be dry with good spells of sunshine. Rain and wind for the west of France, few showers in the east. Some heavy periods of rain in the Low Countries, these also affecting the far west of Germany. eastern Germany should be dry with sunny spells although Poland will too be dry. Some showers for Jungary but dry in Austria. Rain in western Switzerland. Denmark will have sunny spells and scatered showers. These scattered showers affecting the Baltic States too. Finland will be chilly and dry. A few showers in eastern Sweden but dry elsewhere. Mostly dry and chilly in Norway.

Friday Wet in northern a href="http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/Spain.htm" TARGET="_top">Spain through Friday. The south will be dry and sunny but cold. Showers and rain in the Balearics and this rain will be affecting Corsica and Sardinia too. More rain in central and northern parts of Spain. a href="http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/Greece.htm" TARGET="_top">Greece will have a few showers in the west. Much of Turkey should be dry and sunny. Rain affects western a href="http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/France.htm" TARGET="_top">France. Brighter and drier to the north and east. More showers to come in the Low Countries with rain for southern Germany. Northern Germany should be dry. Poland will be dry and mild with sunny spells, wilst it also stays dry in Hungary. Austria and Switzerland will hacve periods of rain. Denmark will have a mix of sunshine and showers. More rain in southern a href="http://www.weatheronline.co.uk/Sweden.htm" TARGET="_top">Sweden. The Baltic States will be mild with broken cloud with mild weather too in Finland. Norway will be chilly ad dry with sunshine.


          

Technicolor appoints Richard Moat as CEO, confirms H2 outlook

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(Telecompaper) Technicolor has announced the appointment of Richard Moat as CEO, succeeding Frederic Rose. Moat joins Technicolor from Eir Ireland, where he became CFO in 2012, was then promoted to CEO, and most recently covered the position of non-executive director. He previously held several executive roles, as deputy CEO of EE in the UK and at the helm of businesses including T-Mobile UK, Orange Romania, Orange Denmark, and Orange Thailand.


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