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Olivier Magere
Works at BNP Paribas
Attended Euromed ESC Marseille
Lives in London
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Why Brexit is grim news for the world economy http://econ.st/28RuXPi
Uncertainty abounds. Expect a global chilling effect on investment
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By easily the most nationally and internationally trusted British paper. In short vote #remain. 
In seven days, the British will decide. The referendum on EU membership marks an historic moment. At stake is Britain’s often troubled relationship with Europe, but also the coherence of the west. A vote to withdraw would be irrevocable, a grievous
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Boris Johnson's post-Brexit cabinet: the possible lineup

Don't be fooled, the brexit campaign is all about just that!
If the UK votes to leave the EU and Boris Johnson replaces David Cameron, who would be the key figures around him in Downing Street?
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And who said this
BORIS THE BUFFOON
How can anyone trust this two faced "MAN????"
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To all wishful thinkers out there...
#brexit #remain

"Ryanair to cut investment in Britain if it leaves EU" - http://uk.reuters.com/article/idUKKCN0Y70XK 
Ryanair (RYA.I) could cut the amount it invests in Britain if the country votes to leave the European Union in next month's referendum, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Monday.
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Google search history suggests many Britons had little idea what they were voting for
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Google search history suggests many Britons had little idea what they were voting for
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The world’s first certified multicopter lifts off in Bruchsal, Germany, marking a new era for aerial transportation. Here's what you need to know.
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UK seems to be the wrong country to learn. Session all get cancelled because there's too much or the wrong kind of wind.... Although I am limited to Sunday's, I hoped I'd be further along than 1 day in 6 months....
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our kind of flying is subject to much hair pulling, if it was not for the fantastic feeling when all comes together on those fairly rare flying days , i am sure many people would throw in the towel, but once you have experienced flight you just can not go back, yes the uk weather is indeed getting more unsettled over the years, i think training abroad is the way to go ,and i think nearly all, if not all uk instructors arrange these trips, so you can go with your instructor , i would get your EP which is very basic and then go on a CP holiday and come back qualified,with a BHPA standard qualification, good luck Olivier .
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Not only did we see long periods of zero coal generation in the UK last week for the first time since 1882 but April 2016 also saw wind energy generate more electricity than coal for an entire month for the first time ever!

This comes as April 2016 was declared the hottest April on record globally and the seventh month in a row to have broken global temperature records.

It's time to move on from polluting fossil fuels.

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    1992
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    Programme Manager, 2010 - present
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Unfortunately in our case the service was no match for the food. After our mains were mistakenly taking to the wrong table (who had ordered the same dishes) whilst we were served another table's coffees, the waitress just picked it up the plates from the other table and brought it to us ! We'd waited long enough and had seen that the dishes had not been touched beyond a bit of pepper added so accepted but that was really unpleasant . Nothing beyond apologies was offered as a goodwill gesture. Then the bill was also wrong, charging us the individual dishes prices whereas we'd ordered the set menus. By then we definitely didn't want to pay service, that had not been waived already. It's a shame as the food is beautifully executed, some of the best French cuisine I have had, and the place is lovely. Hopefully next time will be a five star experience.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Great place to get back on the skis. Very well organised and helpful team. They have a doughnut slope for parties and public session. Great place.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
A great collection of eateries, none of which part of a chain is the main attraction. Fantastic as soon as the sun shows up as most have terraces. You can buy rally nice hand made pottery, there's a rock (minerals) shop, a theatre with monthly comedy club. Definitely will visit more often.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
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Went there after a walk in box hill and found a lovely place, with ample parking space, a neat and warm interior, and friendly welcoming staff. The food easily keeps up with the rest, my hake filet was perfectly cooked with great presentation. The fish pie my partner and the child bankers and mash were great too. We were lucky but seems like booking is a good idea. And recommended.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
One of the best sushi places we know.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Really nice food, from the simplest pasta dish to the rally nice meat and fish dishes, I've never been disappointed. The staff is friendly and efficient and will make you feel at home. People vote with their feet so they are usually busy. Really nice place.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago