Rain, sleet and snow fell across large parts of Britain on Friday with reports of 'thundersnow' storms in Scotland.
Liverpool received some rare good news on the injury front this week, with Jurgen Klopp confirming that Trent Alexander-Arnold and Naby Keita could be in contention for Sunday’s meeting with Wolves. Alexander-Arnold has been absent with a calf problem while Keita has had a hamstring issue but both are back in the mix. "Trent and Naby will make their first steps in team training today," Klopp said.
Companies hoping the EU and the new U.S. administration will soon strike a new transatlantic data transfer pact to replace one struck down by a court will probably have to wait months for any result, the head of the EU privacy watchdog said on Friday. Washington and Brussels have in recent years seen their data transfer accords, one known as the Safe Harbour and its successor the Privacy Shield, rejected by Europe's top court because of concerns about U.S. surveillance. Both pacts were challenged in a long-running dispute between Facebook and Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems who has campaigned about the risk of U.S. intelligence agencies accessing data on Europeans.
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Veteran Welshman Jamie Donaldson stormed through the course at Sun City on Friday, sinking 10 birdies in a round of 63 to share the lead with Christiaan Bezuidenhout at the halfway mark of the South African Open. The 45-year-old Donaldson, who started the day one-under-par, could even afford a dropped shot in his blistering round as he came within one shot of Lee Westwood’s course record at the Gary Player Country Club. Bezuidenhout missed a short putt on the 18th for a birdie that would have given him a one-shot lead as he seeks a second successive European Tour title after winning last week’s Alfred Dunhill Championship.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez unveiled new gender-neutral merchandise that is American-made, Union-printed and, yup, it profoundly annoyed conservatives who once again missed the glaringly obvious.
DISCLOSURE OF REGULATORY CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS AS FROM 1 JANUARY 2021 Press releaseParis, 4 December 2020 The European Central Bank notified the level of additional requirement in respect of P2R (Pillar 2 Requirement) for Societe Generale, which will apply from 1 Janvier 2021. This level remains unchanged and will stand at 1.75% for Societe Generale. Taking into account the combined regulatory buffers as well as the early implementation of Article 104A of the CRD5 regulation, the minimum requirements applicable to Societe Generale on a consolidated basis are respectively 9.03% for the CET1 ratio, 10.86% for the Tier 1 ratio and 13.29% for the Total Capital ratio. With a CET1 ratio at 13.2% (1) as of 30 September 2020, the Group benefits from a comfortable buffer of almost 420 basis points above the threshold for triggering distribution limitations. (1) Including the earnings of the third quarter 2020, nets of dividends, the impact of closing of SG Finans dated 1 October 2020 and the effect of transitory provisions of IFRS 9 Press contacts:Jean-Baptiste Froville_+33 (0)1 58 98 68 00 firstname.lastname@example.org Corentin Henry_+33 (0)1 58 98 01 email@example.com Attachment Societe Generale- Disclosure of regulatory capital requirements as from 01-01 2021
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Business minister ‘confident’ all 800,000 doses of initial batch will arrive next week
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Two in five Christmas parties plan to move online his year, resulting in savings of £139 for those who don't have to attend an office 'do'.
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Speaker Nancy Pelosi defended dropping her insistence on a $2trn coronavirus relief package, jousting with reporters about this week endorsing a bipartisan proposal that is half that size. “Perhaps you missed what I said earlier: Joe Biden pledged to crush the virus,” she snapped at a reporter, saying unlike Donald Trump, the president-elect wants to pass an even larger economic stimulus package after he takes office next month. In her telling, embracing a $900m package introduced this week by a group of Democrats and Republicans is a reflection of new realities – and incoming Democratic chief executive and coming coronavirus vaccines.
Comet Neowise and the northern lights produced a spectacular scene as they blazed across the sky over Bragg Creek, Alberta, on a night this past summer, newly shared video shows.Photographer Siv Heang Tav captured timelapse footage of the comet as it passed over the Elbow River on July 14 while the aurora borealis danced overhead.The meteor – which measures approximately three miles across – was visible to the naked eye from Earth throughout the month of July this year. It will not be seen again from Earth for approximately 6,800 years, according to NASA.Speaking to Storyful, Tav described the night as a “once in a lifetime for astrophotography.” Credit: Siv Heang Tav via Storyful
A videographic about EU relations with Britain over the decades
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