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Brexit: Merkel profits from the EU breakup

Almost a year ago the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, but even today passions over the matter in Europe have not waned. German Chancellor as well as its government and business put their own interests far ahead of common European interests, striving to drive wedges between London …

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Cigisped Heavy haul transport of clippers. Changes in large ship transportation

Characteristics, the special features of heavy haul transport of clippers: here is everything you need to know   When we talk about clippers, we immediately conjure up an image of a large sail boat lined with battle weapons and tools for skirmishes at sea. It is almost as if we have …

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Global E-waste Recycling Market

This report studies E-Waste Recycling in Global market, especially in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Rest Asia and ROW, focuses on top Vendors in global market, with Recycled volume, unit revenue, revenue and market share for each vendors, covering: – Sims Recycling Solutions – Eletronic Recyclers International – Kuusakoski – …

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Petition for restitution on Poroshenko’s website: Ukraine is not ready for real Europe

It seemed that after signing the Association Agreement with the EU on July 27, 2014, Ukraine sent a clear message that becoming part of European family is her top-priority objective. However, the way to Europe never promised to be easy. The Kiev authorities had a lot of work to do …

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Ukraine Wants to Establish a Prize Similar to Nobel to Help Politicians in Need

Life always contains a particle of festival. Obviously, this is what inspired the author of a petition on the site of Ukrainian President. It was suggested that Petro Poroshenko should adopt the best practices of Western countries and establish the Nobel Prize Equivalent, namely, the Ukrainian National Prize that would …

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How to Avoid MOT Retest

Mot Testing

In the UK, 28 million cars appear for the MOT in the year 2015 and 38% of those vehicles failed in the test in the first attempt. According a recent report released by the DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency), about 50% of these MOT failures could have been easily avoided had those vehicle owners performed some basic maintenance checks before arriving for the test. Checks You Should Perform Before The Test Any local garage which is also a reliable MOT centre can perform pre-MOT checks on your vehicle and fix simple issues right out before the test day. The DVSA is also making efforts to make motorists aware of some of the most common reasons of MOT fails that include worn tyres, faulty  lights and signalling, damaged wipers, etc. About 30% of MOT fails is caused by faulty lightbulbs alone. And 8.5% failures is a result of unclear driver’s view of the road which can be easily avoided by ensuring the washer is working properly and wiper is not worn out or damaged. One in ten MOT test failures are because of damaged tyres. In short, you can reduce the risk of MOT failure by 50% if you do these quick checks on your fleet before taking it to the  MOT centre. Motorists who ensure good maintenance to their vehicle throughout the year will pass the MOT in initial attempt and save themselves a retest fee or a huge repair bill. In addition,well-maintained  vehicles also contribute to the safety of the drivers, passengers and the passer-bys. Prepare Your Vehicle For Mot Testing Scheduled preventive maintenance helps keep your vehicle in roadworthy condition in 365 days of the year. Full car services offered by established garages in the UK typically cover comprehensive maintenance which includes all the checks of MOT testing procedure. It will be wrong approach if you wait for MOT test date to determine if your vehicle needs maintenance. After all, it’s your responsibility to ensure that your vehicle is safe to drive during any time of the year. Performing several basic checks such as inspecting the lights and signalling, fluids, seat belts, mirrors and tires will help your four-wheel stay legal and safe, while reducing your vehicle’s  failure rate in the MOT. Your car’s annual maintenance schedule can be divided into two main categories: scheduled checks and routine checks. The frequency of these checks depends largely on how much the vehicle is used. Routine checks are the ones that you need to do before every tour such as checking coolant, washer fluid, brake  fluid, lightbulbs and tyre pressure. …

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Merkel cooperates with the British Secret Intelligence Service

Much has been said lately of a scandal that involves the German Chancellor Angela Merkel who has allegedly sold secret data obtained by the German intelligence (BND) in exchange for assistance in countering the Islamist threat. Quite predictably, the Media in pursuit for a sensation tried to overblow the story. …

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