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Jack Dorsey explains the changes Twitter is introducing in order to make itself simpler to use and more attractive to newcomers.
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why not also make it so 2 letter words count as 1 letter words..
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For some people, like Pam, even the strongest antibiotics no longer work. "It can make you feel very alienated. Very isolated. Especially when you're in a room like this...One room, on your own."
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+Gary Ronan I have been there. As a Doctor I felt I spent more time educating patients than I did examining them. Most just don't seem to get it.
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BBC News has spent a week filming inside Wandsworth prison, one of the six prisons where governors will be given new powers over budgets and setting the daily regime. This is Wandsworth HMP, 2016. The doors have been unlocked.
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It's about bloody time our prisons were geared towards Rebabilitation though staff WONT be happy it's more work 4 em
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The BBC has obtained exclusive access to one of Venezuela's biggest public hospitals, which is suffering from chronic shortages and a lack of resources.
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I get all that. What I don't get is if there is a lot less demand, why increase production and sustain it for so long when cutting production and increasing it's value would be the logical economical thing to do but none of them cut production. Soviet finances may have collapsed, Russian Federation finances didn't.
Russia has cash to spend USA has a $19 trillion debt and it's rising daily. Economic collapse in the USA is inevitable. The sooner the better for all concerned.
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David Icke is asked about conspiracy theories around 9/11 and lizards in Buckingham Palace.
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At a press conference in Paris, French President Francois Hollande says that all the information gathered so far indicates that flight MS804 crashed - but, he says, no hypothesis as to the cause has been ruled out "The information we have gathered - ministers, members of government and, of course, the Egyptian authorities - confirm, sadly, that it has crashed. It is lost."
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The company that gave every woman a pay rise #PayGap  
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China is super-sizing science. 🚀☄💫
Find out how - across the BBC this week: http://bbc.in/1XM4QPZ
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Actually, stars and other celestial bodies emit radio waves, so radio telescopes are more frequently used for starcharting than standard SETI purposes.
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Kit Harington on the fate of Jon Snow and The Game Of Thrones.
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Having fewer children used to be seen as a sign of progress, but when the whole world is having fewer children it can have a severe impact on global economic growth.
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Are you kidding me? Clearly, there are already way too many people on this rock to support with the resources we have and you +BBC News  is talking about birthrates being too low. Unbelievable!
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What does a beach tell us about the European Union?
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As the world's largest cruise ship, Harmony Of The Seas, prepares for its maiden voyage, we take a look at what there is to do on board.
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