Ludwig van Beethoven, London Symphony Orchestra, Stephen Bishop-Kovacevich, Sir Colin Davis

Tracklist

Piano Concerto No. 5 In E Flat Major, Op. 73 “Emperor”
A1 1. Allegro
B1 2. Adagio Un Poco Mosso
B2 3. Rondo (Allegro)

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By

    Fonogram, S.A.
  • Manufactured By
    – COFASA
  • Printed By
    – Gráficas Foco, SA

Credits

  • Composed By
    – Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Conductor

    Sir Colin Davis
  • Orchestra
    – London Symphony Orchestra *
  • Piano

    Stephen Bishop-Kovacevich

Notes

Originally released in 1969.
Reissue dated in 1971.
Referred as “Piano Concerto No. 5 In E Flat Major, Op. 73 Emperor” on spine, back cover and labels; shortened to “Emperor Piano Concerto No. 5” on front cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Legal Deposit: M.19689-1971
  • Matrix / Runout (side A, stamped): AA 839 794 1Y 3 ℗ 1969 670 04 12
  • Matrix / Runout (side B, stamped): AA 839 794 2Y 3 ℗ 1969 670 04 12
  • Rights Society: SGAE

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Concerto No. 5 In E Flat, Op. 73, “Emperor”
(Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7″ Reel, Album)

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Piano Concerto No. 5 The “Emperor”(LP)

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Beethoven*, Stephen Bishop , London Symphony Orchestra*, Colin Davis* –

Piano Concerto No. 5 «Emperor»
(Cass, Album, RM)

Philips SAL-3787 Netherlands 1979
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Piano Concerto No. 5 In E Flat Major, Op. 73 “Emperor”(LP)

Philips 412 982-1 Spain 1985

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“These elections are focused on throwing out Trump,” says Ocasio-Cortez

US Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez looks on during an interview in Queens, New York, USA. EFE / EPA / Alba Vigaray / Archive

New York. – Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez declared on Tuesday that the presidential elections on November 3 focus on the need for the country’s president, Donald Trump, not to be re-elected, rather than on the election of the Democratic candidate, the former vice president. Joe Biden.

“These elections are focused on kicking out Trump, because the Democratic Party has not done at all enough or has not committed itself to achieve continued and lasting support” from the voters, the young politician, a young politician, said in a virtual press conference. of the most prominent voices of the left wing of his party.

Asked by young Democratic voters who claim to vote for Biden with the aim that Trump does not get re-elected and not because they are attracted to his program, Ocasio-Cortez, who did not hesitate to acknowledge her differences with Biden on issues such as hydraulic fracturing to extract oil, showed its “total agreement” with these voters and argued that Trump’s arrival in power was due to the lack of enthusiasm generated by the leaders of his party.

“One of the main reasons we have Donald Trump in office right now is because the Democratic Party has not done a good enough job to generate enthusiasm for a Democratic government,” said the congresswoman also known by her initials, AOC.

“And if you want to keep a Democratic majority in a midterm election, we have to do real things like pay off student loan debt and make health care really affordable,” he said.

Ocasio-Cortez stressed that the Democratic leaders “have to be pushed and pressured and it will be the young people who, frankly, will have to make noise so that the Democratic Party does things and solve its problems”, especially those related to the environment.

“It is important to create space for discussion, including in our party, such as how I try to handle the differences between myself and former Vice President Biden on the issue of hydraulic fracturing. We are on the same team, but we are going to discuss and this I think is good and healthy for the dynamics of government, “he said.

On the other hand, the policy criticized the confirmation on Monday of the conservative judge Amy Barrett as a new member of the Supreme Court and described the process of her election as “illegitimate.”

“It was a completely illegitimate process, and the illegitimacy of Barrett’s process ranged from the lack of hearing more witnesses to the failure to seriously examine his previous work in a comprehensive manner, which has led to a rushed process,” he said.

With the election of Barret, Trump has managed to consolidate a conservative majority for the next few decades in the country’s court.

AOC also referenced the economic incentive package to alleviate economic problems that is being discussed in Congress and stated that if it is not approved before the election and Trump is not re-elected, the outgoing president may not want to approve the stimulus until January.

“We were very close to getting a stimulus package before the elections. While that is still possible, I certainly thought that by now we would be much closer. Therefore, I am extremely concerned about the implications of that, particularly if the president does not win re-election, as I am concerned that he does not want to approve the stimulus until January, “she said.

Global Marine Hybrid Powertrains Market Future Development Analysis 2020 Trending Technologies, Leading Players, Business Strategies, Future Growth and Geographical Regions to 2026 – Radio Petrer 107.2 fm

Marine Hybrid Propulsions Market Research Report 2020 provides key analysis on the market status of Marine Hybrid Propellants manufacturers with best facts and figures, meaning, definition, SWOT analysis, expert opinions and latest developments worldwide . The Report also calculates the market size, Marine Hybrid Drives sales, price, revenue, gross margin and market share, cost structure, and growth rate. The report considers the revenue generated from the sales of this report and the technologies by various application segments.

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The objective of the study is to define market sizes of different segments and countries in previous years and to forecast the values ​​for the next five years. The report is designed to incorporate both qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry with respect to each of the regions and countries involved in the study. Furthermore, the report also provides detailed information on the crucial aspects such as drivers and restraining factors which will define the future growth of the Marine Hybrid Powers market.

Marine Hybrid Powers Market offers size and growth opportunities for the period 2020-2026. Provides comprehensive information on the latest industry trends, forecasts and growth drivers in the market. Report Includes a detailed analysis of growth drivers, investment challenges and opportunities. It offers a complete overview of the segments and the regional perspective of the market. Marine Hybrid Powertrains Market Offers a comprehensive overview of the vendor landscape, competitive analysis, and key strategies to gain a competitive advantage.

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Siemens
General Electric
Rolls-Royce
BAE Systems
Imtech Marine
Wartsila
MAN Diesel & Turbo
Caterpillar
Torqeedo
Aspin Kemp?Associates
Alewijnse Holding
STEYR MOTORS
SCHOTTEL Group
UQM Technologies

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Marine Hybrid Drives Market by Type:

Diesel-electric

parallel hybrid

serial hybrid

Marine Hybrid Drives Market by Application:

Tugboats and offshore support vessels

ferries

Defense ships

Other

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Geographically, this report is segmented into several key regions, with Marine Hybrid Powers sales, revenue, market share, and growth rate in these regions, from 2015 to 2026, covering

North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Turkey, etc.)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, and Vietnam)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, etc.)
Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Key point involved in the report: –

-Marine Hybrid Propulsions Market Forecast by Regions, Type, and Application, with Sales and Revenue, from 2020 to 2026.
-Marine Hybrid Props Market Share, Distributors, Major Suppliers, Changing Price Patterns, and the Raw Material Supply Chain are highlighted in the report.
-Marine Hybrid Propulsions Market size forecast (sales, revenue) by regions and countries from 2020 to 2026 of the Marine Hybrid Propulsions Industry.
-The growth of the global Marine Hybrid Powers market is projected to increase at a considerable rate over the forecast period, between 2020 and 2026. In 2020, the market was growing at a steady pace and with the increasing adoption of strategies by the key players, the market is expected to rise above the projected horizon.
-Marine Hybrid Propulsions Market trends are analyzed for development and marketing channels. Finally, the feasibility of new investment projects is evaluated and the general conclusions of the research are offered.
-Marine Hybrid Drives Market Report also mentions the cumulative market share for each product in the Marine Hybrid Drives market, along with production growth.
The study objectives of this report are:

-To study and analyze the global Marine Hybrid Propulsions market size (value and volume) by company, key regions / countries, products and applications, historical data from 2014 to 2018, and forecasts to 2026.

-To understand the structure of the Marine Hybrid Propulsions market by identifying its various subsegments.
-Share detailed information on key factors influencing market growth (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, challenges, and industry-specific risks).
-Focuses on the world’s leading manufacturers of Marine Hybrid Powers to define, describe and analyze sales volume, value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in the next years.
-Analyze the Marine Hybrid Powertrains with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.
-To project the value and volume of Marine Hybrid Powertrains submarkets, with respect to key regions (along with their respective key countries).
-Analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches and acquisitions in the market.
Strategically profile key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.

Key stakeholders

-Suppliers of raw materials
-Distributors / traders / wholesalers / suppliers
-Regulatory bodies, including government agencies and NGOs
-Commercial research and development institutions (RandD)
-Importers and exporters
-Governmental organizations, research organizations and consulting companies
-Commercial associations and industrial organizations
-End-use industries

Main points of the table of contents:

1 Report summary
1.1 Scope of the study
1.2 Key market segments
1.3 Players covered
1.4 Market analysis by type
1.4.1 Global Marine Hybrid Powertrains Market Size Growth Rate By Type (2014-2026)
1.4.2 Major rate
1.4.3 Independent type
1.4.4 Administrator type
1.5 Market by application
1.5.1 Global Marine Hybrid Drive Market Share by Application (2014-2026)
1.5.2 Commercial
1.5.3 Commonweal
1.5.4 Other
1.6 Objectives of the study
1.7 years considered

2 Global growth trends
2.1 Marine Hybrid Drives Market Size
2.2 Marine hybrid drives Growth trends by region
2.2.1 Marine Hybrid Drives Market Size by Region (2014-2026)
2.2.2 Market share of Marine Hybrid Powertrains by region (2014-2020)
2.3 Industry trends
2.3.1 Main Market Trends
2.3.2 Market drivers
2.3.3 Market opportunities

3 Market share by key players
3.1 Marine Hybrid Drives Market Size by Manufacturers
3.1.1 Global Marine Hybrid Powertrain Revenues by Manufacturers (2014-2020)
3.1.2 Global Marine Hybrid Propulsion Revenue Market Share by Manufacturers (2014-2020)
3.1.3 Global Market Concentration Ratio Marine Hybrid Drives (CR5 and HHI)
3.2 Marine Hybrid Powers Key Player Headquarters and Service Area
3.3 Key Players Marine Hybrid Drives Product / Solution / Service
3.4 Market entry date Marine hybrid drives
3.5 Mergers and acquisitions, expansion plans

4 Data breakdown by type and application
4.1 Global Marine Hybrid Powertrains Market Size by Type (2014-2020)
4.2 Global Marine Hybrid Powertrains Market Size by Application (2014-2020)

(5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11) United States, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, Central and South America
Marine Hybrid Drives Market Size (2014-2020)
Key players. Main players
Marine Hybrid Drives Market Size by Type
Marine Hybrid Drives Market Size by Application

12 international player profiles
Company details
Company description and business overview
Marine Hybrid Drives Introduction
Revenues in Marine Hybrid PowersBusiness (2014-2020)
Recent development
13 Market Forecast 2020-2026
13.1 Market size forecast by region
13.2 United States
13.3 Europe
13.4 China
13.5 Japan
13.6 Southeast Asia
13.7 India
13.8 Central and South America
13.9 Market Size Forecast by Product (2020-2026)
13.10 Market Size Forecast by Application (2020-2026)

14 Analyst Points of View / Conclusions

15 Appendix
15.1 Research methodology
15.1.1 Methodology / Research approach
15.1.1.1 Research / Design Programs
15.1.1.2 Estimation of market size
12.1.1.3 Market breakdown and data triangulation
15.1.2 Data source
15.1.2.1 Secondary sources
15.1.2.2 Primary sources
15.2 Disclaimer
15.3 Author details
Continued??.

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Weather in the City of Buenos Aires: Wednesday, October 28

Wednesday, Buenos aires city: maximum temperature 20º, minimum 11º. The sky is clear but rains are expected from the afternoon. Humidity: 64%, Pressure: 1005.8 hPa, winds between 7 and 53 km / h. Visibility 10 km. Sunrise 5:57 AM, Sunset 7:19 PM.

Extended forecast:

  • Thursday, October 29: temperatures between 9º and 20º with the sky slightly cloudy.
  • Friday October 30: temperatures between 8º and 19º with the sky somewhat cloudy.

Weather alerts:

Intense winds in the mountains (Meteorological Alert No. 6)

  • Zones: Cordilleran and foothills of La Rioja, Cordilleran and foothills of Mendoza, Cordilleran and foothills of the center and north of Neuquén, Cordilleran and foothills of San Juan

  • The coverage area will continue to be affected by winds from the west sector with speeds between 65 and 80 km / h, with gusts. The situation will be accompanied by rains and snowfalls in the mountain range of Neuquén and Mendoza. The occurrence of a zonda wind is expected in the cordilleran zone of the south of Mendoza and the north of Neuquén and in the foothills during the afternoon. The intensity of the winds will decrease during the course of Wednesday 28.

Intense winds with gusts (Weather Alert # 1)

  • Zones: Central and east of Chubut, Santa Cruz, Tierra del Fuego

  • The west sector winds with speeds between 50 and 70 km / h, with gusts, will begin to increase over the coverage area as of today. The intensity of the same will begin to decrease during the afternoon of Wednesday 28. The forecasts of intensity of winds over the maritime area adjacent to the coasts were issued in the routine navigation bulletins.

Intense winds (Weather Alert No. 2)

  • Zones: West of the province of Buenos Aires, East of Catamarca, Córdoba, La Pampa, East of La Rioja, Center and east of Mendoza, Center and east of Neuquén, Río Negro, Center and east of San Juan, San Luis

  • With the arrival of a cold front to the region, an increase in the intensity of the winds in Neuquén and Rio Negro is expected towards the early hours of Wednesday 28, reaching speeds between 40 and 60km / h with gusts. Then, a rotation of the same to the south is expected, affecting the entire coverage area, from the morning of Wednesday 28. The intensity of the winds will tend to decrease from south to north, towards the night of Wednesday.

Source: Meteored and National Meteorological Service

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Interview: resumed talks after Brexit show commitment to getting the business done: UK expert.

LONDON, October 27th (Xinhua). The negotiators have returned to the table to continue talks on a post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and the European Union (EU). This is seen by many as a positive development.

David Phinnemore, Professor of European Politics at Queen’s University in Belfast, said the fact that negotiations are still ongoing despite Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s missed October deadline is a “good sign”.

“They are more intense. You got more people involved. You have a clear new structure. And I think the obligation now is to secure a deal in good time, if possible, so that it can come about by the end of the year, ”Phinnemore Xinhua said in a recent interview.

“I think one thing we saw is that it has been given a little bit more detail on where they are in negotiations. As far as I think, when (EU negotiator Michel) Barnier spoke to the European Parliament, he really did offer a number of areas on which Britain and the EU largely agree. And that we shouldn’t lose sight of the fact that there is a fair amount that they can agree on, ”Phinnemore said.

However, the expert emphasized that there are still major differences between the two sides.

“Let’s not underestimate the fact that there are principles at play here, that there are interests at play,” he added.

“The big question is, can these be resolved in the coming weeks? I think the fact that both sides are speaking suggests that they believe there is some room there to find the deal. And I also think politics has probably changed a bit because there are more and more calls from companies to get a deal, ”he noted.

ADHESIVE POINTS

The two sides have argued over the issue of “state aid rules” which restrict state aid to industry in order to ensure fair economic competition. and how much European fishing boats should be able to catch in UK waters by next year.

According to Phinnemore, aspects of these “sticking points” could be overlooked in favor of the bigger picture.

“Fishing is always a big political issue in negotiations, it increases sensitivity. But I think more and more people are seeing the bigger picture – it’s a very small percentage of the economy, ”he said.

“The UK has fishing waters that the EU wants to have access to. The EU has a market that the UK fishing industry needs access to. So the logic is that there has to be a way to find an agreement within it, ”he told Xinhua.

The UK recently announced that it had officially signed a trade deal with Japan – the first major UK deal after Brexit.

For Phinnemore, there does not seem to be a “radical departure” from what already exists as the deal is similar to the one that already exists between Japan and the EU.

“Obviously it shows the fact that the UK can negotiate with a third country. But it is also likely a reflection of the fact that Japan wants as much continuity as possible. It’s not like the UK made a deal with him. ” a partner with whom the EU does not have a trade deal and with whom the UK would not have signed a trade deal if it had remained an EU member state, ”Phinnemore said.

NO DEAL RISK WITH EU REMAINS

Talks on future UK-EU relations will continue in London until Wednesday, Downing Street has confirmed. Negotiations, which resumed in the British capital last Thursday after breaking the sticking points, were originally slated to close on Sunday.

Further talks are planned in Brussels from this Thursday, the BBC quoted EU sources as saying.

After the recent stalled negotiations, Johnson previously signaled that Britain must prepare for a no-deal scenario.

For Phinnemore, despite the desire on both sides to strike a deal, this is still a possible outcome.

“The UK doesn’t need to prepare for a deal, there is absolutely no guarantee that the deal will necessarily be around in the coming weeks,” he warned.

“We could be in a situation where we’re very, very close to a deal, but there’s just a deadlock there. As a result, starting January 1st, you will have a no-deal time. A. The deal can then come later so the pragmatic position is that you don’t have to prepare for a deal, ”he added.

Phinnemore argues that Britain should have been preparing for a no-deal for a much longer period of time, especially if some parts of “British body politics are out to pursue a no-deal”.

Phinnemore said both the EU and the UK have recognized the strong effects of a no-deal, but the UK will perform worse in the short term.

“The EU will suffer, but the cost will be on the UK. Hence, she will be under pressure to get a deal. However, that doesn’t mean there’s a deal coming up, ”he said. End item.

Flanders wields a 1666 treaty to fish in British waters even if Brexit fails

Charles II of England had a hectic life. A woman he married in two separate ceremonies, no legitimate children, but a minimum of 12 with his lovers, a beheaded father, and himself spending nine years in exile before taking the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland after the Cromwell’s death. He spent three of his years in exile in the Flemish city of Bruges and, grateful for their hospitality, in 1666 he awarded them the Privilege of the Visscherie , the privilege of fishermen that gave 50 boats from that city eternal fishing rights in British waters.



What seemed like a modest forgotten episode in history became topical this October when the Belgian ambassador to the EU, Willem van de Voorde, raised the issue at a meeting on the negotiations of the Brexi. To the surprise of his colleagues, the ambassador pointed out that, even if the negotiations on the future relationship with the United Kingdom fail and, with it, the access of European fishermen to British waters ends, those of Bruges would maintain their rights. Fifty boats from that city could continue fishing based on that privilege of 350 years ago, which is now being carefully dusted.


Charles II granted the eternal right to fish to 50 ships from Bruges, grateful for hosting him in exile


He Flemish government insists on this right, which they believe will serve them if the Brexit negotiations do not bear fruit. “A first legal analysis indicates that the privilege of fishermen is still maintained,” said the Flemish Minister for the Economy, Hilde Crevits, ready to play this card if necessary. According to their data, more than half of the income of Flemish fishermen comes from catches in British waters. They have a modest fleet, 67 boats, but the sector as a whole provides work for 2,500 people, according to the councilor who considers that “expelling Flemish fishermen from British waters poses an existential threat to the entire industry.”



Although Flanders has unearthed this 1666 privilege, its legal value has never been proven. On two previous occasions this document of Charles II, the king known as Merry Monarch (the cheerful monarch), although without ever reaching conclusive results. The first opportunity took place in 1849, in fishing negotiations between the United Kingdom and the Belgium that it had just become an independent state, and the British were not too impressed by the argument.

More picturesque was the second attempt, in 1963, with a Bruges councilor, Victor Depaepe, sailing into British waters with the declared intention of being arrested and taking the case to court. To do this, he warned of his departure with individual telegrams to the Queen of England and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. It got publicity, but not that the judges intervened. Apparently, the advisers of the British Ministry of Agriculture would have recommended not to go to trial as they could not guarantee one hundred percent that they would win the case.

We will see if now the privilege is drawn again and with what luck. It will depend in the first place on how the Brexit negotiations proceed, which since last week have been intensively developed in London and which will be moved to Brussels tomorrow. Behind the provocative statements, progress is detected, although no one knows if it will be enough, and January, the date of the United Kingdom’s disengagement from the EU, is very close.



Of the three major obstacles that remain in the negotiations, one is fishing. You have to solve the so-called level playing field , Brussels slang to indicate that British products cannot enter the single market benefiting from State aid that puts them at an advantage, and also governance, that is, how disputes will be resolved that, no doubt, will arise . Then comes fishing, which, although it may have limited economic weight, is politically very sensitive.

The EU has made it abundantly clear that, without an agreement on fisheries, there is no global agreement, and although it is an issue that affects only eight countries out of the 27, so far the rest have closed ranks against what are considered British attempts to open gaps between European countries. If they apply realism, European fishermen cannot expect to have the same rights that they currently enjoy, but they try to keep the quota reduction as low as possible. Meanwhile, the 50 of Bruges wait with him Privilege of the Visscherie in the bedroom, just in case.



Sánchez slips away in the storm

The decision of Pedro Sanchez of leaving the responsibility for confinement in the hands of the Autonomous Communities is contradictory with the messages he launched to face the first wave of the pandemic. Then he said we were going out “all together.”

But even more paradoxical is his refusal to explain in Congress the reasons that lead him to request parliamentary support for an absolutely exceptional state of alarm for half a year, which also raises serious legal doubts. This task has been delegated to the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa.

Overexposure

It sounds like a joke that the government justifies the announced absence of Sánchez in Parliament by alleging a meeting of European leaders, especially since the meeting is telematic and will be held nine hours after the plenary session begins.

It should be remembered in this regard that during the first state of alarm the president not only appeared in the Chamber every two weeks; He also did it before the Spanish every Saturday in a media overexposure that had its echo in public opinion. Why is it now slipping away in the storm?

Scenography

It must also be taken into account that Sánchez has not yet tied the 176 votes he needs to extend the alarm until May of next year. Precisely his attitude, which some see as arrogant, has generated unease among groups that, in principle, might be willing to give him their support.

Sánchez must go to the headquarters of national sovereignty to state the reasons that lead him to propose an unusual measure, and to submit to the questions and considerations of the rest of the political representatives. It is responsible. But it would also be the logical culmination of a scenography that he himself has fed, and that began last Friday with an institutional statement in a very serious tone and continued with an extraordinary Council of Ministers on Sunday, in which he announced the curfew for all Spain … although at the time it did not say that it would expire on November 9, so that, from that day on, each Community will make a tunic out of its cape.

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#Video Man crashes Ferrari on London bridge

Ferrari 812 Superfast before hitting a bridge in London. Screenshot

It is presumed that the Ferrari involved in the crash was an 812 Superfast, the most powerful and fastest model according to the brand itself

In London, England, a motorist lost control of his Ferrari and hit a bridge.

A camera inside the vehicle captured the moment in which the driver accelerated when joining the Lambeth bridge.

But after traveling several meters at full speed, in a matter of seconds, the driver lost control and crashed into the wall of the bridge.

The incident did not happen to greater, because of having turned seconds before, the Ferrari would have run over a cyclist.

At the time of the crash, the air bags were activated. Screenshot

The London Metropolitan Police opened an investigation into the incident, without revealing the identity of the driver.

It is presumed that the Ferrari involved was a 812 Superfast, the most powerful and fastest model of the brand, with the exception of the special limited series of 12 cylinders with rear central engine.

The 812 Superfast is the most powerful and fastest road Ferrari ever built ”, states the brand on its page web.

This car has a V12 engine that is capable of going from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.9 seconds. Its official price is 339 thousand euros.

With information from López-Dóriga Digital

Tory MPs, councils, peers, and bishops lobby Boris Johnson over school meals

Pressure is mounting on Boris Johnson to find a solution to the ‘Christmas famine’ of English schoolchildren, as his peers, bishops, Conservative advocates, Conservative councils and the Prime Minister’s own Food Czar all lined up to say that the government must do more.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak stood firm behind the prime minister’s refusal to offer school meal vouchers in response to footballer Marcus Rashford’s campaign, insisting that councils had a responsibility to use the emergency money provided earlier in year, although many say yes. it has already been spent.

And Minister Nadhim Zahawi appeared to confirm that the government hoped to end a similar dispute by Christmas by expanding a Christmas activity and meal program to ensure participating children are fed during the holiday break.

Rashford wrote on Twitter that he had heard that the £ 63 million of emergency funds announced by the government in June had already been spent, adding: “If that’s true (I don’t know if it is), then the local effort that municipalities have invested in finding funds for the food supply for half the period is just amazing. “

And Downing Street did not have a timetable for implementing the business plan, while some of those involved in a lawsuit in 17 council areas over the summer questioned whether it would work as well at Christmas.

Kirsty McHugh, executive director of the Mayor’s Fund for London, told the Palestinian Authority news agency: “The holiday provision would be great over Christmas, but the question is: do the community groups, the youth clubs run it? given that people want to spend time with their families? “

And the architect of the plan, Henry Dimbleby, said that more “in-kind support” in the form of food and other services would be more effective than the preferred option of some conservative MPs to boost universal credit.

“This problem is real. Needless to say, it’s serious, it’s immediate, and it will get worse as employment worsens and the government isn’t doing enough, ”said Dimbleby, Johnson’s head of national food strategy.

“One in seven families already report that they cannot afford enough food.”

As more councils and companies joined Rashford’s campaign to feed the children during the October semester, a petition started by the Manchester United and England star approached 1 million signatures.

The conservative-controlled Windsor and Maidenhead council, which covers the local constituency of former Prime Minister Theresa May, wrote to schools to confirm it will support free meals and pressure the government to support costs.

Councilman Stuart Carroll said: “The government needs to provide funding and cover costs and I am lobbying strongly for the need for an urgent rethink. The government must address, and urgently, given the situation.

Blackpool North Conservative MP Paul Maynard, one of the few who abstained when the Conservatives rejected a Labor motion for free school meals over the holidays last week, warned Johnson that he was approaching the point where voters would decide the actions of your party. they do not keep their promises to “level up” at election time.

The government had an “early warning” of the storm now rocking it, and it shouldn’t have been surprised by the criticism at a time when the disruption was still too great to remove free school meals, said Maynard, who joined others. 53 Conservative MPs from the north of England to sign a letter from the Northern Research Group demanding a “roadmap out of the blockade” for the region.

Writing on the ConservativeHome website, he cautioned: “I fear we are quickly reaching a point, to quote Keith Joseph from 1997, where our policies and performance no longer match the analysis and principles that millions of us have endorsed in the past. general elections.”

In the House of Lords, a former president of the Methodist Conference spoke poignantly of his own experience of famine as a child when he urged the prime minister to endorse Rashford’s campaign.

Lord Griffiths of Burry Port said that, even in his seventies, he remembers “very clearly” the panic that school holidays caused him as a child in Carmarthenshire.

“My mother, a single woman, her only income was national assistance contributions,” he said. “We lived in a room.

“I remember very clearly, I can still taste and smell it, the growing panic before the school holidays because the income we had could not feed two children and a mother on that day.”

In a blow to Johnson, the Labor partner said the experience was probably the only thing he had in common with leading footballer Rashford, adding: “We don’t remember in our heads but in our whole bodies… An old Etonian, of course, not you can expect to have had the same experience. “

The Anglican Bishop of Bristol, Vivienne Faull, told her colleagues: “While I agree with the government that free school meals are not the long-term solution to Christmas hunger, the reality is that it is now medium term. and the children go hungry. “

Co-worker recalls the ‘panic’ of school holidays while growing up in poverty

And former Oxford Bishop Lord Harries said: “The most focused and efficient way to support the most vulnerable members of our society, children, is by paying for school meals during the holidays, as has been recognized of course by the Scots and Governments of Wales ”.

But Education Minister Baroness Berridge insisted that the provision of food aid was not a zip code lottery.

“1.4 million children in England are entitled to free school meals, saving their families over £ 400 a year,” he told his peers. “And on top of that, particularly through the soda tax, the government has been funding breakfast clubs in nearly 2,500 schools to provide children with healthy meals.”

Mr Sunak appeared to point the guilty finger at city councils for child hunger, insisting that Downing Street did not have to “dictate” how they spend the money provided to them.

The chancellor told BBC Radio One that the government was “absolutely committed” to ending hunger.

But he added: “We have expressed the opinion that we have provided resources for local authorities to specifically help the most vulnerable children who need care.

“We have to trust the local councils in their area and we provide them with resources, as we have done in this case, and directly to the families.”

Mr. Zahawi said the government would “learn” from the summer pilots in the activity clubs.

“The best way to do it, as the prime minister rightly pointed out, is through local government,” said the economy minister. “Seventeen local authorities participated in that pilot and, of course, through the real welfare system, the universal credit system, providing that additional help for those families.”

The minister said that for some parents “more important than food for them were the activities” available in the clubs.

Possible hack of Trump campaign website – Telemundo Denver

President Donald Trump’s campaign website appears to have been hacked by hackers Tuesday night.

“This site was seized,” read a message that was posted briefly on a page at donaldjtrump.com. “The world has gotten tired of the fake news spread daily” by the president, he continued.

The message said it had information that “discredits” the president and his family, and demanded cryptocurrencies to disclose or withhold the information.

An image from www.donaldjtrump.com

The site soon appeared to go offline and was restored without the hacked message shortly thereafter.

A spokesman for the Trump campaign, Tim Murtaugh, said “the website was defaced and we are working with law enforcement authorities to investigate the source of the attack.” “There was no exposure to sensitive data because none of it is actually stored on the site,” he said. “The website has been restored,” he added.

In July, hackers managed to break into numerous Twitter accounts, including those of Trump’s rival Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama, in a different scam aimed at obtaining cryptocurrencies. Trump’s account was not affected. A Florida teenager was accused of being the mastermind behind the scam.

This story was first written by NBC News.

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