Jurors watch interview of dad accused in toddler son's death, Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility and China's Didi 'sorry' for carpool murder

Jurors watch interview of dad accused in toddler son's death

Jurors have ended their second day of deliberations in the murder trial of a New JE man accused of killing his three-year-old son because the boy had become an impediment to his relationship with a teenage girlfriend. The panel deliberated for about 6 hours Wednesday and took another look at David Creato’s interview with detectives. The…

Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility

Londonorth Dakotaominican RepublicN (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May urged the European Union on Friday to show more flexibility in talks on a…

China's Didi 'sorry' for carpool murder

Executives said they would stop using growth to measure the firm’s success and prioritise safety instead….



Jurors watch interview of dad accused in toddler son's death

Jurors have ended their second day of deliberations in the murder trial of a New JE man accused of killing his three-year-old son because the boy had become an impediment to his relationship with a teenage girlfriend. The panel deliberated for about 6 hours Wednesday and took another look at David Creato’s interview with detectives. The judge also said they could listen again to a conversation secretly recorded by the boy’s mother, but due to time constraints that will happen Thursday. Creato maintains his son, Brendan, wandered away from his Haddon Township home in October two thousand and fifteen. The boy’s pajama-clad body was found hours later about a mile from the home.

Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility

Londonorth Dakotaominican RepublicN (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May urged the European Union on Friday to show more flexibility in talks on a future relationship after Brexit, saying Britain realized it could not get all it wanted but believed an ambitious trade deal was still possible.

China's Didi 'sorry' for carpool murder

Executives said they would stop using growth to measure the firm’s success and prioritise safety instead. The move follows Didi’s decision to suspend its carpool service, Hitch, amid outrage over the incident.


Jurors have ended their second day of deliberations in the…

Prosecutors say Creato had the motive to kill his son. But Creato’s lawyer argued prosecutors didn’t show he was guilty.

Londonorth Dakotaominican RepublicN (Reuters) – Prime…

In a much-anticipated speech, May set out ambitions for a tailor-made free trade deal that would include financial services and said Britain would aim for associate membership of EU regulators covering chemicals, medicines and aerospace. Jettisoning an earlier strident view that Britain could walk away from the talks, May appealed to the EU to work together to solve some of the more difficult Brexit problems, including over IE, where some fear the return of a“hard border” with the British province of Northern IE after Brexit.

Executives said they would stop using growth to measure the…

“Our ignorance and pride led to irreversible pain and loss,” Didi founder Cheng Wei and President Jean Liu said in an emailed statement. “We see clearly this is because our vanity overtook our original belief. We raced non-stop, riding on the force of breathless expansion and capital, through these few years; but this has no meaning in such a tragic loss of life.” On Saturday, a twenty-seven-year-old driver was arrested and later confessed to the murder of the twenty-year-old passenger.


In a much-anticipated speech, May set out ambitions for a…

“We all need to face up to some hard facts,” May told ambassadors and business leaders in the Mansion House, the eighteenth century official home of the Lord Mayor of LON in the heart of the capital’s financial district. So we need to strike a new balance.” It was, she added, time to be“straight” with people over what was achievable, some twenty months after Britain voted to leave the EU and her government began to try to unravel more than fourty years of integration. Britain is due to leave on March twenty-nine, twenty19.

“Our ignorance and pride led to irreversible pain and…

While the driver did not have a criminal record, a previous passenger had filed a complaint against him, according to Didi. Since the incident, CN’s transport ministry has pressed Didi for changes, such as better driver vetting and education. Local regulators have also reportedly met with the company.


“We all need to face up to some hard facts,” May told…

The EU’s main negotiator, Michel Barnier, welcomed the“clarity” May offered and her recognition that Britain faces“trade-offs”. Big business echoed his words and even some Brexit campaigners praised the prime minister for her pragmatism. But some EU officials were more skeptical. Manfred Weber, a close ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the European Parliament, said May had her“head in the sand”, while the assembly’s Brexit point man Guy Verhofstadt called the speech a“few extra cherries on the cake”. May’s speech, entitled“Our Future Partnership”, was an attempt to settle doubts over how Britain sees its future outside the EU and its economic architecture and to try to ease frustrations in BRU over what they say is a lack of detail.

While the driver did not have a criminal record, a previous…

On Tuesday, Didi said it would create a system for passengers to call police and improve safety features, such as a function that allows riders to share itineraries. It also said it would re-evaluate the business model for Hitch. “We might not be able to eradicate one hundred% the ill deeds carried out by criminals who might seek to abuse this platform, but we will try our upmost to protect passengers and drivers and continue to drive down crime rate in this industry,” the statement said.


Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility

She dismissed the‘off-the-shelf’ trading arrangements which the EU already has with countries such as NO, saying they did not provide“the best way forward” for Britain or the EU. But her vision was little changed from an earlier proposal for Britain to be able to diverge from some of the EU’s rules and regulations while sticking to others which benefit Britain, a plan the bloc has described as“pure illusion”. May, sixty-one, has long kept her cards close to her chest, trying to avoid provoking those in Britain who want a clean break with the EU, or others who fear the world’s sixth-largest economy will suffer if barriers are raised against a major trading partner.

China's Didi 'sorry' for carpool murder

Founded in twenty1two, Didi had grown to handle about two5 million rides a day by the start of twenty18, when it claimed more than four hundred and fifty million users and about two1 million drivers. It is not the only ride-hailing service to face a backlash over its safety controls. Uber, which is also backed by Softbank and has a stake in Didi’s CN business, has grappled with similar issues in the United States and Indiana, prompting calls for tighter regulation.


Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility

One Brexit campaigner welcomed the speech and praised May, who has been under pressure from 2 warring factions in her Conservative Party. “We must hope that they will be as positive and pragmatic as Theresa May.”


Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility

A government source said the speech was aimed at showing more pragmatism in the Brexit talks, which are now even struggling over the relatively easier part of agreeing a transition period after Britain leaves in March next year. It will be very difficult for May to clinch the bespoke trade deal she seeks with the EU within the given time frame while keeping her deeply divided party on side and parliament, where she has only a narrow majority, broadly supportive. “The City (financial center) needs a deal in place before the end of a transition period.


Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility

May’s speech did offer some proposals to solve some of the thorniest problems thrown up by Brexit, especially over IE, after the EU set out in a draft withdrawal agreement a backup plan that effectively would see Northern IE remain part of the EU’s customs union.


Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility

She offered a customs partnership, where Britain would implement EU tariffs on its border for goods intended for the bloc, or a streamlined customs arrangement, where jointly implemented measures and the use of technology would minimize friction. But the government source said the latter approach would need more work to fully solve the border question, and an EU official told Reuters in BRU it was“fantasy” to suppose the bloc would trust Britain to collect tariffs on its behalf. It was also unclear whether Britain having access to the EU’s financial markets in return for keeping similar standards to those of the bloc would be accepted in BRU.


Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility

But May’s overall message was that the EU and Britain must both focus on the benefits of their future trade relationship. We will not be buffeted by the demands to talk tough or threaten a walk-out,” she said. “By following the course I have set out today, I am confident we will get there and deliver the right outcome for Britain and the EU.”


Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility

additional reporting by Jan Strupczewski in BRU, Andrew MacAskill, Kate Holton and others in LON, Writing by Elizabeth Piper and Guy Faulconbridge; Editing by Gareth Jones

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  1. I don’t know what movie you saw?But the movie the rest of us saw was not well directed and under produced.I don’t think Zack should be the one directing these films he not very good at it.
    Wow, this is so middle school.

  2. Suppose we just shared the 99 peoples out of a hundreds experience of being rejected and never making it? Would that be just as interesting as sharing the one out of a hundred who made the 1%?
    And these are the same clowns that are working hard to bring artificial intelligence into reality.
    Congratulations, you’ve removed all doubt.

  3. Rejection is great.It makes you more determined for the next onslaught..Always stay the course, cause the tracks only go one way. You eventually will see the light.
    I loved this article. So timely, and very interesting.

  4. What a wonderfully illogical argument.
    You mean like the stupid people that refuse to do any research on their own and that just blindly believe that the current CDC schdule of SEVENTY FOUR vaccine doses before age 18 has absolutely nothing to do with the exploding epidemic of autism? The stupid people that have read the THOUSANDS of peer-reviewed published articles linking vaccination to brain and gut damage (both symptoms of autism?). The stupid people that have spent YEARS actually researching the issue and have come to the conclusion that mass vaccination in developed countries has caused much, much more harm than good? The stupid people that have acutually listend to the many, many scientists and doctors that are not ” bought” that have spoken out against vaccination with sound, verifiable data? If you mean those stupid people, then yeah, I agree. Can’t you – just for a moment- entertain the idea that maybe you have been lied to?
    Wow..how absolutely out of touch a person can be with reality

  5. I was very disappointed when he got the role but i thought he did a good job.
    Dean Wichert, yes, you’re correct, that feeling is completely unwarranted.

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