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The man who monetized community in the office space with the controversial WeWork has turned the same theory to residential properties with his newest venture Flow

The man who monetized community in the office space with the controversial WeWork has turned the same theory to residential properties with his newest venture Flow. 

Adam Neumann, 43, has described how the company will transform how people interact with their homes and give them with a sense of ownership even though they’re renting.¬†To illustrate the idea he said tenants would plunge their own toilets instead of calling supers.

In , made public on Monday, Neumann discussed at length for the first time the vision behind his new real estate venture which will launch this year with properties in Atlanta, Miami and Nashville.

Flow will provide an ‘elevated experience’ and ‘find a way to share with the resident a portion of the value that they create’ to give them a sense of ‘equity’ in their homes.

During the 50-minute talk Neumann was joined by Marc Andreessen, a co-founder of the prominent Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, which .

Adam Neumann, 43 who unsuccessfully attempted to revolutionize the commercial property industry with WeWork wants to change the way home rental works by giving renters a sense of ownership

Adam Neumann, 43 who unsuccessfully attempted to revolutionize the commercial property industry with WeWork wants to change the way home rental works by giving renters a sense of ownership 

The cash injection .A website for the project just says: ‘Live life in Flow. Coming 2023.’ It is not clear when this year it is expected to launch.

Neumann spoke of ‘pillars’ to the business, which would allow his company manage and EvDen EvE NaKliYaT own buildings but also oversee the collection of rent.

Firstly, he said he would use ‘branded technology’ to ‘operate a management company that runs the buildings’.Second he would manage a portfolio of property like a traditional real estate fund.

Flow would also serve as a financial services company that would handle monthly rent payments, which make up 35 percent of a renter’s expenditure, he said.¬†

A fourth and final pillar was the more abstract idea of finding a way to impart a sense of ownership in renters, but he also said that ‘ownership is a very complicated word’.¬†

‘If you’re in your apartment building and you’re a renter and your toilet gets clogged you call the super,’ he said.’If you’re in your own apartment and you bought it and you own it and your toilet gets clogged, you take the plunger¬†

‘It’s the difference when feeling like you own something to just feeling like you’re renting, from being transactional to actually being part of a community,’ he added.

‘If we are able to take this value creating mechanism and share with the residents a portion of the value, it’s going to make them feel ownership,’ he said.’If that value appreciates over time then I feel like I’m part of a community.’

Neumann said that for most Americans the majority of their equity is in their homes, but on the other hand eVDen EVe naKLiYAt renting is becoming more common, and people are needing to rent for decades and raise families in rented homes.

The new company will own and manage residential property in Atlanta, Miami and Nashville this year, it says

The new company will own and manage residential property in Atlanta, Miami and Nashville this year, it says

Marc Andreessen (pictured) is a co-founder of the prominent Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, which invested $350 million into Flow last August

Marc Andreessen (pictured) is a co-founder of the prominent Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, which invested $350 million into Flow last August

‘If you’re going to go into these multi-family buildings and you’re going to have this disconnected experience that you just said, but you’re not only going to be there for two years and then get married and move, you’re going to be there for 20.That sounds soul-crushing,’ he said.

Neumann put a lot of emphasis on the way technology would be used to enhance the renter’s experience.¬†The company has posted job listings for more than ten engineering roles on its website, several of which are in New York and Texas and are related to the development of a ‘payments platform’.

In a last August announcing his firm’s investment in Flow,¬†Marc Andreessen¬†praised Neumann who he said was a ‘visionary leader’.

He added that for all the scrutiny facing Neumann after his failed IPO and questionable management style, ‘it’s often under appreciated that only one person has fundamentally redesigned the office experience …Adam Neumann’.

In explaining the firm’s decision to invest Andreessen hailed Neumann as the person who could fix the current issues with the housing industry.

Flow will provide an 'elevated experience' and 'find a way to share, with the resident, a portion of the value that they create' to give them a sense of equity in the business

Flow will provide an ‘elevated experience’ and ‘find a way to share, with the resident, a portion of the value that they create’ to give them a sense of equity in the business

Neumann has bought up apartment complexes, like Stacks on Main in Nashville, Tennessee

Neumann has bought up apartment complexes, like Stacks on Main in Nashville, Tennessee

An entity tied to Neumann also owns Society Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

An entity tied to Neumann also owns Society Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

‘The demographic trends driving America’s housing market are impossible to ignore: Our country is creating households faster than we’re building houses,’ he wrote.

‘Structural shortages in available homes for sale push housing prices higher, while young people are staying single for longer and increasingly concentrating in highly desirable urban centers.’

And as a result of the pandemic, Andreessen wrote, ‘many people will live in places far away from where they work, and many more will shift to a hybrid environment.’

‘Many people are voting with their feet and moving away from traditional economic hub cities to different cities, towns or rural areas with no diminishment of economic opportunity,’ he continued.

‘The residential real estate world needs to address these changing dynamics.And yet, virtually no aspect of the modern housing market is ready for these changes.’

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Living on the EDGE: Homes inch ever closer to falling into the sea

Dozens of families on the east coast of England could be forced to abandon their homes as coastal erosion threatens to doom their properties to the sea. 

A recent report by climate group One Home estimated that coastal homes in England worth a total of £584million could be lost to cliff collapses by 2100. 

The report accounts for 2,218 homes across 21 coastal communities that have been brought closer to crumbling cliffs over the years.

Some homeowners expressed nervousness about having children stay overnight while others say they are too scared to cut the grass holding together the narrow stretches of turf along the cliff edges.

Grenadier Guard Lance Martin, 65, is among the householders in Hemsby, Norfolk who may be forced to move homes. 

Grenadier Guard Lance Martin, 65, fears for his property on the Norfolk Coast. Homeowners have said they're afraid to cut the grass along the cliff edges

Grenadier Guard Lance Martin, 65, fears for his property on the Norfolk Coast.Homeowners have said they’re afraid to cut the grass along the cliff edges

A recent report by climate group One Home estimated that coastal homes worth £584million could fall into the sea by 2100 as a result of coastal erosion

A recent report by climate group One Home estimated that coastal homes worth £584million could fall into the sea by 2100 as a result of coastal erosion

Mr Martin is living in the last house left on his road, The Marrams, in a one-bed detached house where the cliff edge hugs his back patio fence.

His 11 neighbours have all been forced to abandon their properties to the sea since 2017, when Mr Martin moved in.

He only managed to remain on his property by dragging it 10.5 metres back from the cliff edge with a tractor after the 2018 Beast from the East storm ate away metres of ground from under his kitchen.

In 2017 Рwhen Mr Martin bought his £95,000 house Рhe was told by an environmental impact study that would have 30 to 40 years before the cliffs reached his house, as the coastline 40 metres away was eroding by roughly one metre each year.

Three months later he had to physically cut the back of the house off and EvdeN eve nAKliyAt drop it into the sea to stop the rest of his house being pulled with it.

Half of Mr Martin's house has already been lost to the sea. He paid a man with a tractor to drag what remained of his property another 10 metres from the cliff edge

Half of Mr Martin’s house has already been lost to the sea.He paid a man with a tractor to drag what remained of his property another 10 metres from the cliff edge¬†

Eleven of Mr Martin's neighbours have left their properties due to coastal erosion. Mr Martin remains in his one-bedroom house, which he moved into

Eleven of Mr Martin’s neighbours have left their properties due to coastal erosion. Mr Martin remains in his one-bedroom house, which he moved into¬†

‘I was standing in the kitchen and heard a great big horrendous crack.I looked down and saw the sea underneath my feet,’ Mr Martin explained.

He has watched his neighbours move away one by one as their houses were demolished by the council after being deemed a public health and safety risk. 

He said: ‘It was horrible, some went slowly, some very quickly.I got the council to delay demolishing my house because I was determined to save my property.’

He was given two days to ‘pull his house back’ from the cliff. He hired a man with a tractor and a winch and together they felled two telegraph poles at the front and back of the property and pulled the house back by nearly 11 metres.

Coastal erosion on the Norfolk coast is putting more houses at risk. Eleven homeowners on The Marrams street have already abandoned their properties

Coastal erosion on the Norfolk coast is putting more houses at risk.Eleven homeowners on The Marrams street have already abandoned their properties 

Nothing is safe from the falling cliffs, including houses, fences and other infrastructure. Some measures, such as using rocks to protect remaining cliff faces or building sea walls, can slow erosion

Nothing is safe from the falling cliffs, including houses, fences and other infrastructure.Some measures, such as using rocks to protect remaining cliff faces or building sea walls, can slow erosion

Ian Brennan is Chairman of the Save Hemsby Coastline charity, which has spent 10 years campaigning in an effort to convince Great Yarmouth Borough Council to take the erosion of the village seriously.

The 63-year-old retired telecoms manager lives further into the village but cares deeply about the problems his friends and neighbours face.

According to Mr Brennan, 90 homes are at risk of being lost in Hemsby over the next 25 years.

The final property that remains on The Marrams road in Norfolk as all the other houses have been abandoned to the sea by their owners

The final property that remains on The Marrams road in Norfolk as all the other houses have been abandoned to the sea by their owners 

Residents are currently arguing for a rock berm, which is a ridge constructed of compacted soil, gravel, rocks, and stones to direct water away from a particular area

Residents are currently arguing for a rock berm, which is a ridge constructed of compacted soil, gravel, rocks, and stones to direct water away from a particular area

Cliff warnings are common in areas with significant coastal erosion as rock falls can be very dangerous if people are walking on the beach below

Cliff warnings are common in areas with significant coastal erosion as rock falls can be very dangerous if people are walking on the beach below 

The beach in Norfolk on the east coast of England, which has been encroaching on properties much more quickly than surveyors believed that it would

The beach in Norfolk on the east coast of England, which has been encroaching on properties much more quickly than surveyors believed that it would 

‘The whole thing is a political decision,’ Mr¬†Brennan claimed.¬†

‘In Holland, most of the country should be in the water but they don’t have this problem because they spend the money that needs to be spent to protect the country.

‘I’m trying to persuade people that Hemsby is worth saving.’

He is currently waiting on planning permission for a multi-million-pound rock berm to be put in place to slow the erosion of the coast. 

A rock berm is a ridge constructed of compacted soil, gravel, rocks, and stones to direct water away from a particular area.Mr Brennan is hoping to raise money to fund the project. 

In 2017 - when Mr Martin bought his £95,000 house - he was told by an environmental impact study that would have 30 to 40 years before the cliffs reached his house. But just three months later, half of his house was lost to the water

In 2017 Рwhen Mr Martin bought his £95,000 house Рhe was told by an environmental impact study that would have 30 to 40 years before the cliffs reached his house.But just three months later, half of his house was lost to the water

Erosion can cause significant property damage as it removes the foundations supporting buildings and other structures near the cliff edge

Erosion can cause significant property damage as it removes the foundations supporting buildings and other structures near the cliff edge

Lance Martin's home is the only one on his street that remains, as all of his neighbours abandoned their properties to the sea

Lance Martin’s home is the only one on his street that remains, as all of his neighbours abandoned their properties to the sea¬†

He said: ‘We can’t stop global warming, we can’t stop coastal erosion, but we can slow it down. We’re trying to buy time so people like Lance don’t have to worry.

‘Every time a storm hits the residents are nervous that they may have to walk away from their house with nothing but a carrier bag.

‘That’s the mental health impact we’re talking about.These people deserve to get a good night’s sleep – a rock berm will buy us 25 years. That’s enough time for people to decide what they want to do with their house and with their lives.’

Thirteen miles up the coast is Happisburgh, Norfolk, a village that has also experienced the loss of more than an entire street and 34 homes in the last 20 years.

Coastal erosion is caused by the repeated action of waves against the cliffs. Action can be taken to slow down coastal erosion, including building sea walls

Coastal erosion is caused by the repeated action of waves against the cliffs.Action can be taken to slow down coastal erosion, including building sea walls 

Retired teacher Bryony Nierop-Reading, 77, lost her bungalow to erosion during a huge tidal surge in 2013. She had moved into a caravan further inland that night because she felt so unsafe in her home.

The next morning, she found the bungalow was still standing, but the back third of her home was hanging metres off of a cliff edge – that used to be solid ground.

‘To go from having a house to live in to not having a house to live in is shattering.It made me understand more how people who suffered in the tsunami in 2010 – there were pictures of people just sitting around,’ she recalled.

‘You get hit by the shock, then you can’t make decisions. It took me about six months before I could think properly.I struggled.’

The coastal town on Happisburgh has lost more than an entire street and 34 homes in the last 20 years to the sea as cliffs collapse

The coastal town on Happisburgh has lost more than an entire street and 34 homes in the last 20 years to the sea as cliffs collapse 

Coastal erosion is caused by the repeated action of waves and water against the cliffs. It can cause collapses and threaten nearby properties

Coastal erosion is caused by the repeated action of waves and water against the cliffs.It can cause collapses and threaten nearby properties 

A week after the storm struck, North Norfolk Council told Ms¬†Nierop-Reading she couldn’t live in the caravan on her land. She pushed back against the council’s ruling but after four years of legal battles she ultimately lost the fight.

In 2018, she bought a two-bed semi-detached house for £99,000 at the end of the road.

‘I could have moved inland but I knew that if I did, I’d be like everybody else down the road who thinks erosion is somebody else’s problem,’ she explained.

‘I thought it would keep my mind concentrated if I lived on the edge.My family were very cross with me.’

The tarmac on Ms Nierop-Reading’s road, Beach Road, drops away suddenly 40 metres away from her front door.¬†

According to her measurements the road has lost eight metres in the last 12 months alone. She says the council are doing nothing to stop it.

Insurance companies also won’t cover for damage caused by erosion.

Though she’s worried about losing the value of her house, Ms Nierop-Reading said she is more concerned about what will happen when she’s no longer here.

Bryony Nierop-Reading, 77, lost her home to the sea during a huge tidal surge in 2013 in Happisburgh on the Norfolk coast

Bryony Nierop-Reading, 77, lost her home to the sea during a huge tidal surge in 2013 in Happisburgh on the Norfolk coast

Ms Nierop-Reading said: 'The government's response is to 'adapt'- all that means is not doing anything about the problem'

Ms Nierop-Reading said: ‘The government’s response is to ‘adapt’- all that means is not doing anything about the problem’

Ms Nierop-Reading, who was widowed last year, evdEN eVe NaKLiyat said: ‘The government’s response is to „adapt”- all that means is not doing anything about the problem.

‘As a country we cannot ignore the fact that we are losing land all the time.

‘How long can they carry on shunting people inland?If the country gets smaller and smaller due to unaddressed erosion we will have a smaller country with an enlarged population with no way to feed them and house them.’

Nicola Bayless, a 47-year-old nurse, is Ms Nierop-Reading’s next-door neighbour.She has lived on the road for 19 years.¬†

Her home is attached to¬†Ms Nierop-Reading’s house but faces inland. The pair are baffled by the reluctance to use any sea defences by the government.

‘As a teenager I used to come down here to my parents’ chalet – that’s no longer here.I’m very upset and stressed about the prospect of moving,’ Ms Bayless said.

‘I fell in love with the area and thought this is where we wanted to stay- we want our children to grow up somewhere lovely.’

Ms¬†Bayless said the prospect of moving out of her three bedroom home within the next ten years – which is when she estimates the cliff will be on her doorstep – has left her feeling ‘very stressed and upset. Should you liked this informative article in addition to you wish to obtain more information with regards to EvDeN EvE NAkliYAT kindly visit the internet site. ‘

‘You never know when your time is up really.It’s like renting. One day you could have another Beast from the East and lose half a field,’ she said.

‘Your house shakes. I opened the curtain the next morning in 2018 and thought, „Where the hell has the field gone?”‘

Similarly, the roads leading to East Yorkshire’s erosion hotspots are littered with signs advertising ‘holiday homes’,¬† many with price tags of ¬£100,100 to ¬£200,000.

Planning consent has also been granted for hundreds of new houses on fields just inland from the static caravans perched perilously above a 50 foot drop to the sea at Holderness.

Many of the caravan dwellers have seen entire rows of the caravan pitches in front of them topple into the sea in recent years.

Whether your pitch is a hundred yards either way of the ugly sea defences already scarring the sandy beaches stretching away to Filey Light House can make all the difference, residents stressed.

‘I always wanted to live by the sea but I could not afford a second house,’¬†Carol Stoker, 62, a retired secondary teacher from Halifax, West Yorkshire, said.

The roads leading to East Yorkshire's erosion hotspots are littered with signs advertising 'holiday homes' - many with price tags of £100,100 to £200,000

The roads leading to East Yorkshire’s erosion hotspots are littered with signs advertising ‘holiday homes’ – many with price tags of ¬£100,100 to ¬£200,000

Carole Stocker couldn't afford a dream second home near the sea and so opted for a static caravan four years ago. She has already seen several significant cliff falls

Carole Stocker couldn’t afford a dream second home near the sea and so opted for a static caravan four years ago.She has already seen several significant cliff falls

'When I first looked out of the window of our caravan I nearly cried. It was the most beautiful view I had ever seen,' Ms Stoker said of her dream purchase

‘When I first looked out of the window of our caravan I nearly cried.It was the most beautiful view I had ever seen,’ Ms Stoker said of her dream purchase

‘When I first looked out of the window of our caravan I nearly cried. It was the most beautiful view I had ever seen.

‘When I first bought the place I asked the seller „How long do you think we have got?” She said „20 years” – and I giggle about that now.’

Ms Stoker bought her caravan about four years ago.She experienced the impacts of coastal erosion that same year. 

‘There was a big cliff fall and about 3 metres went. There used to be a car park in front of us then,’ she said.

‘When you go out for a walk you see a crack in the ground.The next time you pass by you see it has got deeper. The next time that section of the cliff has gone completely.

‘The Government should do more because it is not just the caravans at risk – a load of agricultural land has been lost too.’

Homeowner Robin Hargreave has lived on the site for nearly five years, after paying £10,000 for his static caravan, and claims there is evidence of fresh erosion up the coast

Homeowner Robin Hargreave has lived on the site for nearly five years, after paying £10,000 for his static caravan, and claims there is evidence of fresh erosion up the coast

'There is always a bit of erosion going on somewhere. I can see it crumbling as I walk along the cliff,' the former nursing home manager said

‘There is always a bit of erosion going on somewhere.I can see it crumbling as I walk along the cliff,’ the former nursing home manager said

Robin Hargreaves, 67, also from Halifax, paid £10,000 for a static caravan and has lived on the site for nearly five years, having retired from running a nursing home.

He claims there is evidence of fresh erosion up the coast from his caravan.

‘There is always a bit of erosion going on somewhere.I can see it crumbling as I walk along the cliff,’ Mr¬†Hargreaves shared.

‘We are talking about a 40 mile length of the coastline. I think the policy to protect the towns is sensible because you cannot do much about the force of nature.

Mr Hargreave is determined to continue living in his static caravan, which he loves, despite the risk posed by erosion to his home

Mr Hargreave is determined to continue living in his static caravan, which he loves, despite the risk posed by erosion to his home 

Ms Stoker and Mr Hargreaves live little over 100 yards beyond the Hornsea sea defences, meaning their caravans do not benefit from the concrete blocks and groynes

Ms Stoker and Mr Hargreaves live little over 100 yards beyond the Hornsea sea defences, meaning their caravans do not benefit from the concrete blocks and groynes

Some of the caravans above the sea defences are actually closer than those that have fallen to the edge of the cliff - but the land is relatively more stable

 Some of the caravans above the sea defences are actually closer than those that have fallen to the edge of the cliff Рbut the land is relatively more stable

‘I have seen entire rows of caravan pitches which have been lost.When they know one is going to go they have to dismantle the concrete base so it does not topple onto the beach.

‘But I won’t be going anywhere because I love it here. But I can see the cracks when I am out walking. It does not come crashing down. It just slides gently into the sea when it happens,

‘It is quite stable at the moment – but we do not take it for granted.’

Both Ms Stoker and Mr Hargreaves live a little over 100 yards beyond the Hornsea sea defences, meaning their caravans do not benefit from the concrete blocks and groynes that help reduce the impact of the waves.

Some of the other caravans above the sea defences are actually closer to the edge of the cliff – but the land is relatively stable.

There are sea defences on the beach, including groynes and concrete blocks to stop the waves reaching the cliff, in order to slow down the erosion

There are sea defences on the beach, eVDEN Eve NakLiYAt including groynes and concrete blocks to stop the waves reaching the cliff, in order to slow down the erosion 

Homeowners Carole and John Hughes in the living room of their property, which is perilously close to the cliff edge in Hornsea, East Yorkshire

Homeowners Carole and John Hughes in the living room of their property, which is perilously close to the cliff edge in Hornsea, East Yorkshire 

John Hughes said of the cliff: 'I never cut the grass - because the grass is helping hold the soil together and preventing it slipping off'

John Hughes said of the cliff: ‘I never cut the grass – because the grass is helping hold the soil together and preventing it slipping off’

John Hughes, 71, a retired fibre optic planner, is only six feet from the brink Рand is taking no chances with the £37,000 static home he bought seven years ago with wife Carole, 71, eVDen EvE nAkliYaT a former secretary at Portsmouth University.

He said: ‘I never cut the grass – because the grass is helping hold the soil together and preventing it slipping off.

‘Everything in front of us has gone.If the worst comes to the worst the site will move the caravan further back but we hope it doesn’t come to that.’

The couple live on the stable part of the cliff above the sea defences. 

‘But if the erosion continues further up, where we are is going to become a peninsula,’ Mrs Hughes added.

Static caravans and holiday homes are perched very close to cliff edges as coastal erosion puts them at risk of falling into the ocean

Static caravans and holiday homes are perched very close to cliff edges as coastal erosion puts them at risk of falling into the ocean 

Carole Hughes stands just feet away from a severe drop in her static holiday home in East Yorkshire. Residents are concerned about increasing erosion

Carole Hughes stands just feet away from a severe drop in her static holiday home in East Yorkshire.Residents are concerned about increasing erosion 

Pat Cummings, 64, a retired Leeds dinner lady, lives above the sea defences where the ground seems more stable and says she hasn't seen any movement

Pat Cummings, 64, a retired Leeds dinner lady, lives above the sea defences where the ground seems more stable and says she hasn’t seen any movement¬†

‘The Government just seem content to let it go.If you live in a house around here it’s terrible.

‘We have got insurance so if anything was to happen it would not be very nice but it would not be the end of the world financially.

‘Obviously, it is not something you would want to happen if you have got the grandchildren staying.

‘You see someone checking the edge of the cliff every morning so they are really on top of it.But we are not so much concerned for ourselves as other people.’

‘There are building a whole load of new houses on a field not far from here. We are surprised they got planning permission but they did.’

Pat Cummings, 64, a retired Leeds dinner lady, is also above the sea defences and the ground seems stable.

She paid £30,000 for the caravan more than four years ago and reckons her investment is safe for the foreseeable future.

She said: ‘We have not had any movement here for 15 to 16 years which is good because I come here to read and enjoy a bit of peace and quiet.’

Houses in danger of falling into the sea on North End Avenue, in Thorpeness overlook the beach, as erosion continues to worsen

Houses in danger of falling into the sea on North End Avenue, in Thorpeness overlook the beach, as erosion continues to worsen

Lucy Ansbro, 54, claims her house (pictured) is now 12 metres closer to the cliff edge than it was when she first moved in 14 years ago

Lucy Ansbro, 54, claims her house (pictured) is now 12 metres closer to the cliff edge than it was when she first moved in 14 years ago

Part of Ms Ansbro garden has now fallen away and her house now lies only 20 metres from the edge. At the time she purchased the £600k four bedroom property, she was told it would be upwards of 50 years before it became a problem

Part of Ms Ansbro garden has now fallen away and her house now lies only 20 metres from the edge. At the time she purchased the £600k four bedroom property, she was told it would be upwards of 50 years before it became a problem 

Villagers in Thorpeness, East Suffolk, are ‘scared for the future’ of their homes, as they see properties decimated by cliff erosion.¬†

Lucy Ansbro, 54, claims her house is now 12 metres closer to the cliff edge than it was when she first moved in 14 years ago.

Part of her garden has now fallen away and her house now lies only 20 metres from the edge.

At the time she purchased the £600k four bedroom property, she was told it would be upwards of 50 years before the erosion would be as bad as it is currently.

She now says the property would be worth ‘nothing’.

The TV and theatre producer said: ‘Where it is now was supposed to happen in 50 years, not 14.It’s just all happened very quickly.

‘It’s always been an issue on the east coast, there was a surge in 2010, but in the winter of 2019 we noticed the fences were eroding very quickly.

‘By February 2020, it a lot more erosion had happened and the house next doors defences had disappeared.

‘On Easter weekend of 2020 as we were sitting in the living room, we literally saw bits of our garden falling off of the cliff.

‘Since moving in, we’re 12 metres closer to the cliff, almost a metre a year, and the house next door lost about 25 metres.

An empty plot where a £2million house had to be demolished after being deemed too unsafe to live in. The occupants had not built sea defences

An empty plot where a £2million house had to be demolished after being deemed too unsafe to live in. The occupants had not built sea defences 

Signs warn beach goers of the potential of rock falls from the unstable cliffs, which can be fatal. The footpath along the beach is also closed

Signs warn beach goers of the potential of rock falls from the unstable cliffs, which can be fatal.The footpath along the beach is also closed 

Sea defences on the beach at Thorpeness protect some of the remaining properties. Ms Ansbro is working with the council and a local committee to fundraise and build defence solutions along the entire coast

Sea defences on the beach at Thorpeness protect some of the remaining properties. Ms Ansbro is working with the council and a local committee to fundraise and build defence solutions along the entire coast

Houses for sale in Thorpeness as coastal erosion threatens sea-side properties along the east coast of England. Some residents said their houses are 'worth nothing' as they are not properly protected

Houses for sale in Thorpeness as coastal erosion threatens sea-side properties along the east coast of England.Some residents said their houses are ‘worth nothing’ as they are not properly protected

Kate Ansbro has spent £400,000 to defend her property from the oncoming tide but says she's worried about other homeowners who can't afford to do the same

Kate Ansbro has spent ¬£400,000 to defend her property from the oncoming tide but says she’s worried about other homeowners who can’t afford to do the same¬†

‘We’ve spent ¬£400,000 building proper defences, evden eve NAkLiyaT so we’re safe for now, but the house would be worth nothing now until it’s properly defended but it’s very concerning.’

In October last year, the house next door to Ms Ansbro’s had to be completely demolished as it was no longer safe to inhabit.

The demolished house, locally known as the ‘red house’, was built in the 1920s and was thought to have been worth ¬£2million before it had to be torn down.

The owners had not installed the same defences Ms Ansbro has.

Ms Ansbro is working with the council and a local committee to fundraise and build defence solutions along the entire coast, but fears it may take too long to save everyone.

She said: ‘Thorpeness isn’t my main concern – it’s quite a wealthy village with a lot of second homeowners.There’s so many other places along the east coast who simply don’t have the money to defend their houses – and it’s their only property they’re living in with their children.

‘We’re trying to do as much as we can to raise awareness and raise money to be ready for when sea levels rise.’

Another homeowner in Thorpness, Ben Brown, says his home is in a similar situation to his neighbours’.

Ben Brown, 52, whose home is a mere 70 metres from the cliff, said: 'We knew about the issue and we had a survey done before we bought it to let us know how long we had before there would be trouble'

Ben Brown, 52, whose home is a mere 70 metres from the cliff, said: ‘We knew about the issue and we had a survey done before we bought it to let us know how long we had before there would be trouble’

A sign warning that the flood defences in place on the beach at Thorpeness are damaged as residents worry about the future of their homes

A sign warning that the flood defences in place on the beach at Thorpeness are damaged as residents worry about the future of their homes

Signs warn of the impacts of coastal erosion. Footpaths across the cliffs are closed over safety concerns and people have been warned not to stand under crumbling cliffs

Signs warn of the impacts of coastal erosion. Footpaths across the cliffs are closed over safety concerns and people have been warned not to stand under crumbling cliffs

Houses perilously close to the shoreline as the sea creeps closer and closer to their foundations. Lucy Ansbro has been fundraising for more defences

Houses perilously close to the shoreline as the sea creeps closer and closer to their foundations.Lucy Ansbro has been fundraising for more defences 

Although the farmer was aware of the coastal erosion problem on the coast when they bought the property two years ago, he was told by surveyors that it wouldn’t be a serious issue for another 60 years.

The 52-year-old, whose home is a mere 70 metres from the cliff, said: ‘We knew about the issue and we had a survey done before we bought it to let us know how long we had before there would be trouble.

‘Things have accelerated so fast since then, and although the survey said it would be 60 years, I think it will be a lot sooner if nothing is done.

‘We live over the track so we’re not quite at the forefront yet but the house opposite unfortunately had to be taken down.

‘It’s definitely a worry because we’ve invested a lot of money here and we expected to have it a lot longer – it’s awful and we’re scared for the future.¬†

‘But I think there’s a plan being put together now and the intention is to get the cliff protected.’

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LIZ JONES: White van man was a lockdown hero. Now it's total chaos 

During the pandemic, delivery drivers became heroes overnight.They rendered it unnecessary to venture outside to the Co-op, where the shop assistant, shielded from you by a huge Perspex screen, would then lick her fingers to open your carrier bag.

In the darkest depths of , online shopping seemed to be our national saviour.

I’m certain at one point we were encouraged to clap for delivery drivers, along with health workers and the men who collect the recycling even if they sometimes manage to leave a few bottle tops, cardboard boxes and yogurt pots as a sort of dirty protest.

And I’m such a loyal customer, I must have been photographed in just knickers and eVden eve nakLiyAT thick socks more often than as proof that my parcel has been delivered.

So it saddens me to say that I am now at war with my delivery drivers.These former angels of furlough – who gamely brought those idle Amazon purchases right to our front doors, without consideration for their personal safety – have become as hopeless as our striking posties.

In the darkest depths of lockdown, online shopping seemed to be our national saviour. Pictured: Stock image

In the darkest depths of lockdown, online shopping seemed to be our national saviour.Pictured: Stock image

Even the generally nice man from Waitrose.Now that supermarket deliveries are made sans carrier bags, he thinks nothing of solemnly handing me my box of black hair dye. It’s all so familiar and disdainful. I swear that one day he is going to say, sotto voce: ‚ÄėWouldn’t a dark brown, and semi-permanent, be more suitable?’

Last week, some other idiot delivery man knocked on the door, then just stood there, mute.

‚ÄėSpeak, man!’ I said, above the noise of my dogs’ barking.

‚ÄėIs this number three?’ he said.I pointed to the big number eight on the front door.

‚ÄėMolly?’ he said, trying his luck again.

‚ÄėNo!’ It was clearly a Valentine’s gift. ‚ÄėDo I look like I have a boyfriend?’

‚ÄėFrankly, no,’ he said, shuffling away.

My postman is no better.He knows he sets off my dogs, but still insists on delivering leaflets for evdEn EvE naKLiYat funerals and Sky Glass tellies. If you have any questions concerning where and ways to make use of Evden eVe naKLiYaT, you can call us at our web site. Whenever he brings me a parcel, I ask him: ‚ÄėSomething interesting?’

‚ÄėI doubt it,’ he replies, deadpan.

What’s got into delivery men? And my postwoman, for that matter, who recently shoved a card through my door, despite me being in (listen, lady, I’m not Usain Bolt‚Ķ).

When I caught up with her later, I was told my package was now at the local depot.When I looked it up, the Post Office website states proudly: ‚ÄėOpen 8am to 10am.’ What do they do for the rest of the day?

So it saddens me to say that I am now at war with my delivery drivers, these former angels of furlough. Stock image

So it saddens me to say that I am now at war with my delivery drivers, these former angels of furlough.Stock image

DPD can be quite reliable (John-Paul, I salute you!). And Lewis, who delivers my coffee beans from Coffee Plant on Portobello Road once a month, you are a life-saver.

The man who owns my local deli is also heroic, but says when he brings around my haul that he now feels ‚Äėa little like your dealer’.

But I simply cannot overlook the men who just sit in their vans outside my house, evDEn eVe naKLiyat eating (like smoking, it should be banned), refusing to hand over the goods as ‚Äėthere is still three minutes to go’ until his break is officially over.

Or the delivery driver who wouldn’t let me open the package from Daylesford to see if my drinks glasses had made it to me intact, to whom I replied: ‚ÄėMy dad didn’t fight the Nazis so that you can not have the balls to undo a box!’ Or the man who, when I ordered logs, replied: ‚ÄėI will be around on Wednesday – unless, of course, it’s icy.’

And I am not alone in my despair.TikTok and Twitter are awash with incidents of parcels being thrown in a hedge or dropped into a wheelie bin.

In the United States, one altercation involving a female FedEx delivery driver ended with her yelling at the customer: ‚ÄėYou can kiss my white ass – I can’t understand what you’re saying, this is America!’ (The driver later apologised, saying: ‚ÄėI’m frustrated.It’s cold outside and I’m just trying to gather my thoughts.’)

My worst experience with delivery drivers came just before Christmas. I’d ordered a book on gardens as a gift, knowing it would easily fit through my letterbox.

But no.I returned home to a card that stated it had been delivered to a DIY shop in town. I drove to the shop, melting ice caps along the way. I told the man inside that him being a delivery hub defeated the whole object of online shopping.

‚ÄėI might just have well driven to a bookshop and cut you out of the equation entirely!’ I told him, as he fumbled through hundreds of packages with all the speed of a dead snail.

‚ÄėI’m just a cog,’ he told me, caring not one jot.(It’s the indifference that really riles me.)

Being deaf, I misheard him. ‚ÄėAt last! Some accountability! Thank you! You are, indeed, a c**k!’

Meanwhile, I can no longer buy a Phillips screwdriver within a 25-mile radius of my home.Am I going to have to order one on Amazon?

Cyber-flashing? All I get is OAP abuse

I watched, fascinated, Asking For It?, the Emily Atack documentary about cyber-flashing on BBC1 last week.

She gets hundreds of unsolicited pics of male genitalia sent to her every day.All I’ve received in the past few weeks is a letter (remember those?) from George, who is 70. I don’t believe he has a smartphone.

‚ÄėDear Liz. I enjoy your writing, but you seem to have been under more sheets than the Ku Klux Klan. You also have the sort of face a dog wouldn’t lick.’

I wish, darling George.

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Seven out of 10 dry shampoos still on grocery store shelves contain detectable levels of a cancer-causing chemical ‚ÄĒ despite recent recalls of dozens of popular brands

Seven out of 10 dry shampoos still on grocery store shelves contain detectable levels of a cancer-causing chemical ‚ÄĒ despite recent recalls of dozens of popular brands.

Research by a laboratory in tested a random sample of 148 different products sold in CVS, EVDen EVE nAkliYaT Walgreens and by online retailers like Amazon across the country.

Some 70 per cent were positive for benzene, a known carcinogen which is strongly linked to leukemia and EvdEn Eve NaKliyaT other blood disorders.Among those that contained the chemical were drug-store brand favorites Batiste and Not Your Mother’s ‚ÄĒ alongside premium brands Pureology and Kerastase.

Benzene levels varied by bottles, but nine were found to have at least 10 times the legal limit.Should you adored this informative article and also you would want to be given details relating to evDen Eve NakLiYAt i implore you to pay a visit to our own website. One product ‚ÄĒ Not Your Mother’s Beach Babe Texturizing Coconut ‚ÄĒ had nearly 80 times the threshold.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ‚ÄĒ which regulates beauty and cosmetic products ‚ÄĒ told DailyMail.com today it was reviewing the findings.

Contamination may come from inactive petroleum-derived ingredients, a thickening agent, EvdEn EVE NAkLiYAt or isobutane, a spray propellant. 

Manufacturers including Church & Dwight ‚ÄĒ which makes Batiste ‚ÄĒ refuted the results, saying it had recently ‘confirmed’ with its suppliers that the dry shampoos don’t contain benzene.

It comes after millions of bottles of dry shampoo bottles from Dove, TRESemme and Bed Head were recalled across America last week after they were found to contain Benzene. 

People who purchased the shampoos were urged to stop using them and visit the Unilever ‚ÄĒ the conglomerate that manufactured them ‚ÄĒ website for evDEn EvE nAKliYAt a full refund.

Pictured above are the brands that were found to contain benzene, a known carcinogen. Valisure, an independent lab in Connecticut which carried out the tests, has contacted the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ask it to issue a recall of the brands.The FDA said it was reviewing their report

Benzene is at the top of the FDA’s list of dangerous solvents.

It is considered a ‘Class 1 solvent’ that ‘should not be employed in the manufacture of drug substances, excipients, and drug products because of their unacceptable toxicity’.¬†

Inhaling or absorbing the chemical over a long period of time can have devastating health effects because it causes cells in the body to work incorrectly.

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SECOND husband indicted for smuggling nuclear weapon tech to Russia

A second key figure in the alleged plot to smuggle  technology from America to Russia has been revealed Рand he is another suburban husband who was apparently living a double life. 

Vadim Yermolenko, 41 lives in a luxury $1m, four-bedroom, four-bathroom  home with his glamorous wife and their young children, DailyMail.com can disclose.

His identity can now be disclosed after it emerged that another accused member of the conspiracy, , runs an online craft store in with his wife.

Yarmolenko and Brayman, who were indicted Tuesday then released after posting bail, allegedly helped supply Russia with technology that can be used in nuclear and hypersonic weapons.The scheme was part of a sophisticated plot orchestrated by the country’s security services, prosecutors say.

The elaborate smuggling network, which spanned several continents, has been likened to the plot of a wild espionage drama.

Vadim Yermolenko lives with his wife Diana and their children in a $1m home in New Jersey. Prosecutors say he played a key role in a plot to smuggle millions of dollars worth of high-tech weapons components from the United States to Russia

Vadim Yermolenko lives with his wife Diana and eVdEN EvE NAkLiYAt their children in a $1m home in New Jersey.Prosecutors say he played a key role in a plot to smuggle millions of dollars worth of high-tech weapons components from the United States to Russia

Away from Yermolenko’s alleged role in the shadowy ‘Serniya Network,’ which is controlled by spymasters in Moscow, he maintains the image of a loving family man in a leafy middle-class suburb of million-dollar homes.

He lives with his wife, Diana, and their three young children in a desirable four-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey.

Yermolenko, a U.S. citizen, and Brayman, an Israeli citizen born in Ukraine, are named in an indictment which was unsealed Tuesday when both appeared in court charged over the plot.

Yermolenko, represented by a federal defender, was released after posting $500,000 bail, using his family home as security.Brayman was also released on $150,000 bail and subject to electronic monitoring. Both men were told to surrender their passports.

Yermolenko lives in a $1 million New Jersey home, pictured on Wednesday, with his family

Yermolenko lives in a $1 million New Jersey home, pictured on Wednesday, with his family

Diana (left), who is not charged with any crime, regularly shares pictures of the family's life on social media. Prosecutors allege that behind Vadim's image as a successful businessman, he was part of an international plot to supply Russia with sanctioned technology that can be used in nuclear weapons

Diana (left), who is not charged with any crime, regularly shares pictures of the family’s life on social media.Prosecutors allege that behind Vadim’s image as a successful businessman, he was part of an international plot to supply Russia with sanctioned technology that can be used in nuclear weapons

Yermolenko's glamorous wife, Diana, regularly shares snaps of their holidays abroad, including to Russia, on social media, along with photos of her with her husband, who's accused of smuggling sanctioned weapons equipment from the United States into Russia.

Yermolenko’s glamorous wife, Diana, regularly shares snaps of their holidays abroad, including to Russia, on social media, along with photos of her with her husband, who’s accused of smuggling sanctioned weapons equipment from the United States into Russia.

Yermolenko and his wife are both from Russia, according to their social media profiles.

Diana’s Facebook and Instagram posts paint them as a loving family who enjoy a jet-set lifestyle, holidaying in sun-soaked destinations across Europe and the U.S.The couple, who married in July 2011, also take frequent trips to St Petersburg.

Diana, from Mirny in Russia’s Sakha Republic, regularly posts proud photos of her family, including pictures of her eldest daughter figure skating.

Yermolenko’s profile says he is the founder of Divatek, a New Jersey-based company which sells cell phones and other electronic devices.

He says he studied at Dante Alighieri, in St Petersburg, an ‘international society founded to promote Italian language and culture throughout the world.’

But prosecutors allege, that behind the image of a family man and successful entrepreneur, Yermolenko helped the Serniya Network ‘acquire sensitive military and dual use technologies for the Russian military, defense sector and research institutions.’

Yermolenko's family life in a pleasant American suburb can be revealed after it emerged his co-defendant, Alexey Brayman, pictured with his Russian wife, Daria, allegedly used his home in New Hampshire to ship the technology to Russia

Yermolenko’s family life in a pleasant American suburb can be revealed after it emerged his co-defendant, Alexey Brayman, pictured with his Russian wife, Daria, allegedly used his home in New Hampshire to ship the¬†technology to Russia

With help from Yermolenko, Brayman allegedly received the equipment at his home in New Hampshire (pictured), before it was sent on to Europe and eventually into Russia

With help from Yermolenko, Brayman allegedly received the equipment at his home in New Hampshire (pictured), before it was sent on to Europe and eventually into Russia

Vadim Yermolenko

Alexey Brayman

Vadim Yermolenko (left) and Alexey Brayman (right) were allegedly part of a plot led by security services in Moscow to smuggle millions of dollars worth of weapons technology into Russia

Dual use technology is equipment like semiconductors and other sophisticated instruments that can be used in both civilian and military products.It is key to maintaining , which has cost the lives of thousands of civilians – and massively depleted Moscow’s stocks of weaponry.

Yermolenko is accused of playing a key role in getting equipment worth millions of dollars to fellow family man Brayman, who then shipped it to Europe before it was smuggled into Russia.

Yermolenko deployed deceptive and fraudulent tactics to open shell companies and bank accounts in order to mask the reason for the purchases and destination of the products, it is claimed.

With Brayman, EVdEN evE nAkLiyAt he would alter, forge, and destroy shipping documents, invoices and other business records to unlawfully export items from the United States.

The men allegedly worked with Vadim Konoshchenok, an FSB agent who smuggled some of the items from Estonia into Russia

The men allegedly worked with Vadim Konoshchenok, an FSB agent who smuggled some of the items from Estonia into Russia

The indictment against Yermolenko says he even provided his wife’s signature ‘to use on IRS documents for company applications and applications to open U.S.Bank Accounts.’

Diana Yermolenko is not charged with any crimes.

The equipment that was trafficked in the conspiracy is sensitive and highly-regulated. The U.S. and other countries have imposed strict sanctions designed to prevent Russia from obtaining such ‘critical western technology.’

Yermolenko allegedly worked with a Russia-based defendant called Boris Livshits, a 52-year-old from St Petersburg.

Livshits took requests for sensitive items from the Serniya Network and then obtained them from U.S.businesses using front companies, forged paperwork and other deceptive tactics.

Those items were then trafficked out of the U. If you cherished this article and you also would like to collect more info pertaining to evden EVe naKliyaT i implore you to visit the page. S. with help from Yermolenko and Brayman, authorities say.

On one occasion, Livshits ordered Yermolenko to ‘throw away the invoice’ for an order.Another email reveals he instructed Yermolenko to tell a bank that payments were for ‘bicycle spare parts, sporting goods and textile products.’

Brayman and Yermolenko allegedly trafficked 'advanced electronics and sophisticated testing equipment used in quantum computing, hypersonic and nuclear weapons'. Pictured: A Russian S-400 missile defense system drives in Red Square, central Moscow, on May 9, 2022

Brayman and Yermolenko allegedly trafficked ‘advanced electronics and sophisticated testing equipment used in quantum computing, hypersonic and nuclear weapons’.Pictured:¬†A Russian S-400 missile defense system drives in Red Square, central Moscow, on May 9, 2022

Prosecutors also revealed the vast web of the supply chain which carried the technology into Russia. Common intermediary countries included locations in Estonia, Finland, Germany and Hong Kong.

Brayman and eVden EVE NakliyAT Yermolenko allegedly delivered some of the items to Vadim Konoshchenok, 48, a Russian based in Estonia, who moved them across the border.

Konoshchenok describes himself in communications obtained by authorities as a Colonel in the FSB, Russia’s federal security service and the successor EVDen EVE naKLiyAT to the KGB, according to prosecutors.

As well as moving the technology, Konoshchenok ‘repeatedly’ attempted to smuggle tens of thousands of rounds of US-made ammunition across the Estonian border into Russia, including sniper rifle rounds and military grade .223 rounds.

Prosecutors say the seven defendants named in the indictment, which was unsealed yesterday, EvDen EVe NakliyaT participated in ‘a transnational fraud, money laundering and sanctions evasion scheme controlled by a foreign power that is actively engaged in armed conflict’.

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College student's leg amputated and skull crushed in train accident

A Boston College student, 20, who lost her footing and was dragged underneath a moving train suffered multiple injuries in what her father has called a ‘preventable’ accident.

Ava Harlow is undergoing treatment at Brigham and Women’s Hospital after she suffered a fractured skull, crushed pelvis, broken arms, cuts to her face, and broke one leg and lost part of her other leg.

The Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) police said at about 11.30pm on January 27, Harlow got off a Green Line train at the Boston University Central Station with a group of friends just moments before tragedy struck, according to the .

While knocking on the window to signal friends Harlow took a step in the direction in which the train was moving, slipped, and fell under the train.

Boston College student, Ava Harlow, 20, lost her footing and was dragged underneath a moving train. She suffered multiple injuries in what her dad is calling a 'preventable' accident

Boston College student, Ava Harlow, 20, lost her footing and was dragged underneath a moving train. She suffered multiple injuries in what her dad is calling a ‘preventable’ accident

Boston Fire Department, alongside Emergency medical services, Boston police and MBTA responded working together to rescue the Bridgewater State University student.

The 20-year-old’s father, Andrew Harlow, told that his daughter had to be resuscitated twice before she was taken to ICU.

‘Ava was intubated on about seven different medications at the intensive care unit and it was still dicey as to whether she could live,’ Harlow said to the outlet.

‘I want to know who the guy was who tied her tourniquet.I want to know who it was that resuscitated her the first time, then the second time. I’m just grateful to the guys.’

While thankful his daughter survived, Andrew told Boston Herald that the tragedy could have been prevented and that he’d been ‘numb’ when he received the call.

‘[The driver] could have [seen] that she was banging on the friggin’ [sic] side of the car and not pulled away,’ he told the outlet.

‘They have mirrors.They have horns. They’re supposed to toot the horn before they take off.’

Andrew said the family had ‘retained a lawyer’ but wasn’t ‘at liberty’ to comment on whether the operator was at fault and whether he planned to take action against the MBTA.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) police said at about 11:30pm Jan 27 Harlow got off a Green Line train at the Boston University Central Station when tragedy struck

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) police said at about 11:30pm Jan 27 Harlow got off a Green Line train at the Boston University Central Station when tragedy struck

Boston Fire Department, alongside Emergency medical services, Boston police and MBTA responded working together to rescue the Bridgewater State University student

Boston Fire Department, alongside Emergency medical services, Boston police and MBTA responded working together to rescue the Bridgewater State University student

‘We are retaining a lawyer.And he’s good,’ he said.

The MBTA said the accident ‘does not appear to be the result of any mechanical or MBTA employee failure,’ the reported.

Harlow is expected to need multiple surgeries and a prosthetic leg following the horrific accident.

Several fundraising initiatives have been set up for the young student who has been described as ‘hardworking, EvDEN eVE NAkliyAt smart and eVDEn evE NaKLiYat funny.’

In the description of , set up by a group that calls themselves Harlow’s ‘aunties,’ $42,480 have been so far raised.

They wrote that Harlow was a ‘basketball and field hockey star’ and a ‘bright and promising college sophomore’ who had hoped to pursue a career in Intelligence.¬†

Several fundraising initiatives have been set up for the young student who has been described as 'hardworking, smart and funny'

Several fundraising initiatives have been set up for the young student who has been described as ‘hardworking, smart and funny’

‘She’s hardworking, smart, funny, and has a big heart,’ the description added.

‘On Friday, eVdEN eVe NAkliYat January 27, Ava was involved in a horrific accident where she was struck by a train. Thankfully she survived, but she has many very serious injuries and will require a prosthesis.

‘We are hopeful for her recovery, but she will need several more surgeries and has a long, difficult road ahead of her.’

Another set up by friends of Harlow, which has raised $43,006 so far, said: ‘Ava always knows how to make everyone laugh and is a great friend that has anyone’s back. If you liked this article and you would like to acquire more info about EvdEN EVe NAkliYaT i implore you to visit our own web-page. ‘

Meanwhile, Boston’s,¬†, which ‘helps families that had been touched by tragedy’ have so far raised $10,337.

DailyMail.com has reached out to family and friends and the MTBA for comment.

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Ex-CNN anchor files for divorce – a year after leaving network

Former anchor Brooke Baldwin has filed for divorce from husband a – which she claimed was ‘dominated by men.’¬†

Baldwin, 43, married British film producer, James Fletcher, in 2018 after they met at a holiday party two years prior.On Thursday, the former anchor filed for divorce in the Manhattan . 

She posted a statement on her announcing their decision, writing: ‘After nearly five years of marriage, with love and respect, James and I have decided to go our separate ways.Our time time has been some of the most precious, defining, and awakening years of my life. I wish him nothing but the best as he begins this new chapter.’¬†

She went on to say that there was ‘nothing scandalous or salacious about this decision’ and that they were ‘simply two people who tried our best to make our union work, but ultimately realized our individual paths were taking us on different journeys…’¬†

‘[It was] the healthiest thing for EVDen evE NaKLiyaT both of us to honor that,’ she wrote.’It is never easy to end a relationship with someone you love, but that does not always mean ending it is the wrong thing to do.’¬†

Former CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin has filed for divorce from her British husband James Fletcher after nearly five years of marriage

Former CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin has filed for divorce from her British husband James Fletcher after nearly five years of marriage 

She went on to say that there was 'nothing scandalous or salacious about this decision' and that they were 'simply two people who tried our best to make our union work, but ultimately realized our individual paths were taking us on different journeys...'

She went on to say that there was ‘nothing scandalous or EVDen evE nakLiyAT salacious about this decision’ and that they were ‘simply two people who tried our best to make our union work, but ultimately realized our individual paths were taking us on different journeys… If you loved this post and you would such as to get more facts pertaining to evDEn EVe NakLiyAt kindly visit the website. ‘

In December, the pair appeared very in love as they enjoyed a trip to Fletcher native country just days before Christmas. 

Baldwin posted photos of the laid-back couple eating a traditional meal of fish and chips with ‘mushy peas!’ and visiting the Royal Albert Hall where ‘James printed our wedding invitations’.

She shared multiple photos of them exploring London via a double-decker bus and a snap of her sprawled on the hotel’s heated bathroom floors.

The couple’s trip didn’t indicate any sort of trouble in paradise as Baldwin proudly showed off moments with Fletcher’s family, including a video of ‘peppering’ her husband’s childhood friend’s kids with questions about English boarding school.¬†

‘Fun fact: My husband was sent away to school at seven!’ she wrote with a shocked-faced emoji.¬†

In December, the pair appeared more loved up than ever as they enjoyed a trip to Fletcher native country just days before Christmas.

In December, the pair appeared more loved up than ever as they enjoyed a trip to Fletcher native country just days before Christmas. 

Baldwin posted photos of the laid-back couple eating a traditional meal of fish and chips with 'mushy peas!' and visiting the Royal Albert Hall (pictured) where 'James printed our wedding invitations.'

Baldwin posted photos of the laid-back couple eating a traditional meal of fish and chips with ‘mushy peas!’ and visiting the Royal Albert Hall (pictured) where ‘James printed our wedding invitations.’

The only slight indication the couple was struggling was a New Year’s Eve post which said she ‘vowed to continue *doing the work* so I can show up as the best version of myself for MYSELF…and then also for my husband…and anyone, really.

‘I’ve found myself thinking a lot about fear this last week.Fear of the unknown. Fear of failure. Fear of not living up to what we’re capable of. Fear of showing up as our full selves and being rejected,’ she wrote on her Instagram in an honest post.¬†

It appears the former TV anchor is facing a lot of unknowns as she heads into 2023 single and on a new career path.Baldwin left CNN after 13 years last April after she slammed the company for its lack of women leaders. 

Baldwin announced in February 2022 she would be leaving the liberal network. At the time, Baldwin made the shock announcement at the start of her 3pm show, CNN Newsroom, telling viewers ‘there is just more I need to do outside the walls of this place’.

Ahead of her departure, EvDEn eVE NAkLiYAT Baldwin, who first joined CNN in 2008, sat down for an interview with podcast where she described CNN as a male-dominated network.

Baldwin's divorce just nearly a year after she left CNN which she claimed was 'dominated by men'.  She said prior to her last day at the network: 'The most influential anchors on our network, the highest-paid, are men. My bosses, my executives, are men'

Baldwin’s divorce just nearly a year after she left CNN which she claimed was ‘dominated by men’.¬† She said prior to her last day at the network: ‘The most influential anchors on our network, the highest-paid, are men. My bosses, my executives, are men’

‘The most influential anchors on our network, the highest-paid, are men. My bosses, my executives, are men. The person who oversees CNN Dayside is a man, and my executive producer for 10 years is a man. So I’ve been surrounded by a lot of men,’ Baldwin said.

Baldwin, who was temporarily pulled from the air in the build up to the 2020 election and replaced by Jake Tapper, said during the interview that she has fought for women’s stories.

‘I know I, personally, fight for women’s stories,’ Baldwin said.’I got told no a lot and I still managed to do it,’ Baldwin said, referring to the CNN series American Woman.

She noted that CNN has slowly started to give more women power but ‘we still have a bit of a ways to go. I want more women in the room’.

Baldwin’s exit may have been foreshadowed last fall when she posted a cryptic message to Instagram in October which suggested she was being forced off the air and temporarily replaced by Tapper.

Baldwin was one of the network's highest-earning journalists, with a reported annual salary in the region of $4million

Baldwin was one of the network’s highest-earning journalists, with a reported annual salary in the region of $4million¬†

‘As the election gears up, the political maestro @jaketapper will hold down my hour and his for the coming weeks.Wish I was with you, but I’ll see ya on [TV] on the flip side of the election,’ she wrote on October 1.

She gave no explanation for the move, but told supporters it was ‘not my choice’ to temporarily withdraw from her afternoon slot.

She said she was going ‘nowhere’ in response to a question about her moving on elsewhere, EVDEN EVE naKliyaT and also dispelled speculation that the decision to step aside was for health reasons insisting that she is ‘healthy.’

Her show was then pulled for several weeks, with CNN claiming they needed more airtime for the reporters in Washington, DC.

Baldwin was one of the network’s highest-earning journalists, with a reported annual salary in the region of $4million.

The highest paid is Anderson Cooper, who is said to earn around $12million a year.

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T-Mobile misses quarterly revenue estimates

Feb 1 (Reuters) – Wireless carrier T-Mobile US Inc posted fourth-quarter revenue below Wall Street estimates on Wednesday, as competition heats up with rivals looking to add subscribers through more attractive promotional offers.

The company added thousands of wireless subscribers over the last few years, thanks to hefty discounts on smartphones, industry-low plan prices and an edge in 5G.If you have any concerns with regards to where by and how to use EVDeN Eve NaKLiyaT, you can get in touch with us at our page. But a slowdown in wireless growth and EvDeN Eve nakLiyAT bigger promotions by rivals amid rising costs are hurting T-Mobile now.

The company said total revenue fell 2.5% to $20.27 billion in the quarter ended December, below Wall Street’s estimate of $20.6 billion, according to Refinitiv data.It added 927,000 monthly bill-paying phone subscribers in the quarter.

T-Mobile’s net income rose to $1.48 billion, or $1.18 per share, from $422 million, or 34 cents per share, a year earlier.

In January, eVDen EvE NaKliyaT the company said it was investigating a data breach that may have exposed 37 million postpaid and prepaid accounts, and it may incur significant costs related to the incident.

T-Mobile expects to add between 5 million and 5.5 million net monthly-bill paying subscribers in 2023, compared with the 6.4 million additions it reported in 2022.(Reporting by Eva Mathews in Bengaluru; Editing by Shinjini Ganguli)

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Mexico border prison break: Cartel leader among 30 inmates on the run

Thirty prisoners, including the leader of a feared cartel’s assassin squad serving a 224-year sentence, are still on the run after a deadly New Year’s Day prison break near the US border.

Security forces continue to search the region surrounding Ciudad Ju√°rez, Chihuahua, for those who escaped in an attack that left 19 people dead.

Los Mexicles leader Ernesto ‚ÄėEl Neto’ Pi√Ī√≥n escaped the Cereso No.3 state prison on Sunday after members of the notorious street gang stormed into the penitentiary located just 16 miles from El Paso, , and helped him escape.

Authorities initially reported that C√©sar Vega, the criminal group’s second-in-command, had also escaped before later announcing he is among the seven inmates who were killed.¬†

At least 200 members of the gang have since been moved from the prison. In the event you cherished this short article and also you would like to acquire more info relating to evDEN eVE NAKLiyAT i implore you to check out our own web site.  The brazen assault left ten prison guards and eVDen eve NAKliYaT two attackers dead. 

Security forces stand guard at the Cereso No. 3 state prison in Ciudad Ju√°rez, Mexico, on Sunday. An attack launched by the Los Mexicles street gang freed jailed leader Ernesto 'El Neto' Pi√Ī√≥n and 29 other inmates. Authorities said 19 people were killed

Security forces stand guard at the Cereso No.3 state prison in Ciudad Ju√°rez, Mexico, on Sunday. An attack launched by the Los Mexicles street gang freed jailed leader Ernesto ‘El Neto’ Pi√Ī√≥n and 29 other inmates. Authorities said 19 people were killed

Los Mexicles leader Ernesto 'El Neto Pi√Ī√≥n is missing after he escaped from a prison in Ciudad Ju√°rez, Mexico, on Sunday morning during an armed attack that left 19 people dead. Pi√Ī√≥n was sentenced to 224 years in 2010 after he was found guilty of kidnapping and murder charges

Los Mexicles leader Ernesto ‘El Neto Pi√Ī√≥n is missing after he escaped from a prison in Ciudad Ju√°rez, Mexico, on Sunday morning during an armed attack that left 19 people dead.Pi√Ī√≥n was sentenced to 224 years in 2010 after he was found guilty of kidnapping and murder charges

Authorities arrested five members of Los Mexicles following a high-speed chase and seized a cache of rifles and EVden eVE naKliYat ammunition.

The United States Consulate in Ciudad Ju√°rez advised US citizens in the border town to shelter in place after reports of gunfire Monday night.

A Monday afternoon gun battle at a housing complex left seven people dead, including two cops, while security forces hunted down the fleeing inmates.No arrests were reported.

The Cereso No. 3 prison director, Alejandro T√©llez, was fired and placed under investigation Tuesday, the Chihuahua State Attorney General’s Office said in a statement.

At least 200 Los Mexicles jailed members were loaded onto buses in the early hours Tuesday and transported to Abraham Gonz√°lez International Airport, where they boarded two National Guard flights to other federal jails.

Mexico’s Secretary for Security and Citizen Protection, Rosa Rodr√≠guez, had announced Monday that plans were underway to transfer high-risk inmates from the Cereso No.3 state prison to other penitentiaries in the country to prevent further attacks.

César Vega (pictured in September 2015), the Los Mexicles second-in-command, was killed at the Cereso No. 3 state prison after gang members launched an attack

César Vega (pictured in September 2015), the Los Mexicles second-in-command, was killed at the Cereso No.3 state prison after gang members launched an attack

Ciudad Juárez authorities arrested five members of the Los Mexicles gang following a high-speed pursuit. All five suspects were arrested on attempted murder, illegal firearm possession and criminal organization association charges

Ciudad Juárez authorities arrested five members of the Los Mexicles gang following a high-speed pursuit. All five suspects were arrested on attempted murder, illegal firearm possession and criminal organization association charges

Inmates are rounded up outside the Cereso No. 3 state prison in Ciudad Juárez following the New Year's Day deadly attack that left 19 people dead

Inmates are rounded up outside the Cereso No.3 state prison in Ciudad¬†Ju√°rez following the New Year’s Day deadly attack that left 19 people dead

The Cereso No. 3 state prison was overpopulated by 123% at the time of the attack, National Commission of Human Rights director, Nestor Armend√°riz, told Radio Formula.

The agency’s 2021 National Diagnosis of Penitentiary Supervision found that the prison was severely affected by overcrowding, lack of personnel and that not enough programs were being offered to prevent addiction and voluntary detoxification.

Saskia Ni√Īo del Rivera, cofounder of Reinserta, a non-profit that works with reintegrating and readapting convicts into society, called on the Mexican government to shut down the detention facility.

‘That prison has to be closed, it does not have the infrastructure to function, it does not have the elements, enough trained guards,’ Ni√Īo de Rivera told El Universal newspaper.

The activist pinned the prison’s unsavory conditions on the reality of the high presence of convicts who are members of the Los Jaliscos, Los Artistas Asesinos, Los Golfos and Los Mexicles street gangs.

‘It is a very complicated prison because of the way in which it has been divided by dormitories, and the complexity of closing them so that the same gangs do not clash internally is extremely complex,’ she said.

Ciudad Ju√°rez police confiscated gear, ammunition and rifles from five Los Mexicles gang members arrested during a high-speed chase

Ciudad Juárez police confiscated gear, ammunition and rifles from five Los Mexicles gang members arrested during a high-speed chase 

Inmates are rounded up and sat together outside the Cereso No. 3 state prison in the northern Mexico border town of Ciudad Ju√°rez moments after security forces regained control of the penitentiary Sunday

Inmates are rounded up and sat together outside the Cereso No.3 state prison in the northern Mexico border town of Ciudad Ju√°rez moments after security forces regained control of the penitentiary Sunday

Ni√Īo del Rivera added that Cereso No. 3 state prison officials were simply overwhelmed because they were dealing ‘with inmates who have levels of crime and EVDEn Eve nAkliyAt crime leadership capacity much higher than what a state has to control.’

The prisoners’ free reign allowed them to set up 10 jail cells that were equipped with electronic goods, such as televisions, and one of them had its own jacuzzi, according to Defense Minister Luis Cresencio.

Investigators searching Pi√Ī√≥n’s cell found 10 firearms, 20 kilos of drugs, liquor and EvDEN EVe NAKliYat a safe deposit box with $87,000.

Chihuahua State Attorney General Roberto Fierro vowed to restore the prison’s security system within three months while adding that they would seek to prosecute any official or guard involved in the attack that allowed Pi√Ī√≥n and the other 29 inmates to escape.

‘Who did see it and who was allowing these actions, those are the ones who are going to bear the punishment because this should not have happened,’ Fierro said.’A series of corruption was discovered inside the prison; it must be said as it is.’

Pi√Ī√≥n took the Los Mexicles top leadership spot after Jes√ļs ‘El Lalo’ Soto was transferred out of the Cereso No. 3 state prison in February 2020.

He joined the gang as an 18-year-old in 2007 and was involved in numerous criminal incidents, including kidnappings, in Ciudad Ju√°rez, where the faction acted as the main enforcer for Joaqu√≠n ‘El Chapo’ Guzm√°n’s old Sinaloa Cartel.

Los Mexicles leader Ernesto Pi√Ī√≥n is among 30 prisoners who escaped from a jail in Mexico

Los Mexicles leader Ernesto Pi√Ī√≥n is among 30 prisoners who escaped from a jail in Mexico¬†

Guns and bullets are seen in front of the Cereso No. 3 state prison¬† that were recovered by the security forces Sunday after the Los Mexicles street gang launched an attack and freed their leader, Ernesto 'El Neto' Pi√Ī√≥n

Guns and bullets are seen in front of the Cereso No.3 state prison¬† that were recovered by the security forces Sunday after the Los Mexicles street gang launched an attack and freed their leader, Ernesto ‘El Neto’ Pi√Ī√≥n

Pi√Ī√≥n was found guilty of kidnapping and murder in 2010 and sentenced to 224 years in prison.

Authorities say he was also involved in ordering a wave of assaults throughout Ciudad Ju√°rez on August 11 that left 11 people dead, 20 injured and multiple vehicles and business torched.

At the same time, he organized a riot at the prison in an attempt to flee, but security forces were able to regain control.

The citywide assaults were part of a rift reportedly sparked by Los Mexicles’ fallout with the Sinaloa Cartel faction that is overseen by Los Chapitos – El Chapo’s children – as the gang formed new alliance with Los Aztecas, the armed wing of the Ju√°rez Cartel.

Los Mexicles had also joined forces with the Caborca Cartel, the criminal organization founded by infamous jailed drug lord, Rafael Caro Quintero, who is awaiting extradition to the United States, where he is accused of the 1986 kidnapping and murder of Drug Enforcement Administration agent Kiki Camarena.

The Caborca Cartel is also at odds with Los Chapitos.

Vega served as Pi√Ī√≥n’s main confidant at the prison, where they both shared a cell.

He was deported to Mexico in September 2015, almost four years after he was arrested at an El Paso, Texas, fried chicken restaurant.

Vega was detained December 27, 2011 at Church’s Chicken where he was employed as a cook a year after he fled from Mexican authorities after the ambush of the prison van he was being transported in, according to U.S.Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

He and seven other Los Mexicles gang members abducted Natividad Torres at his Ciudad Ju√°rez home on September 15, 2009.

The kidnappers sought a return of $47,000 in exchange for Torres’ release but ended up settling for just $700, a television and a 2008 Toyota.Torres was shot four times on September 15 and released the following day.

He died October 21 as a result of the gunshot wound and Vega and four other kidnappers were arrested the next month.

Vega was sentenced to 42 years for kidnapping and murder.

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Italy pushes retail bonds, eyeing inflation and ECB tapering

By Sara Rossi and Valentina Consiglio

ROME, Feb 10 (Reuters) – The Italian Treasury is moving quickly this year to issue retail bonds, hoping to plug a gap soon to be left by the European Central Bank and anticipating strong appetite from savers whose deposits are being eroded by inflation.

The economy ministry said on Monday it would issue a new „BTP Italia” inflation-linked bond for retail investors from March 6-9, earlier than the traditional April-May period chosen over the last decade.

It has said it is also considering other instruments dedicated to domestic savers, as part of a strategy to put more of its huge public debt – proportionally the second highest in the euro zone – in Italian hands.

„We want to reduce our dependence on foreign creditors by increasing the number of Italians and Italian residents that hold our public debt,” Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni said on Thursday.

Retail investors held about 9% of Italian public debt at the end of last year, EVdEn eVE naKLiyat according to Bank of Italy data.

Analysts say Rome is probably also capitalising on favourable market conditions as three similar BTP Italia bonds mature in April, May, and November for eVDEn eVe NAkliyat a total of nearly 25 billion euros ($26. In case you loved this informative article and you wish to receive more details with regards to EvDen EVE NakliyAt kindly visit our page. 87 billion).

The yield on Italy’s benchmark 10-year BTP bond stood at around 4.20% on Friday, compared with 4.70% at the end of December.

The Treasury has not issued three BTP Italia retail bonds in a year since the instrument was introduced in 2012 at the height of the euro zone debt crisis.

The importance of retail investors in purchasing BTPs will grow as the ECB withdraws its support.

The central bank last year ended its „quantitative easing” and emergency pandemic bond purchasing programme.It is continuing to reinvest part of the bonds it bought as they mature, while reducing its balance sheet.

INFLATION MENACE

Italian households’ bank deposits are larger than their euro zone peers, according to calculation by the Scope Ratings agency for the third quarter of 2022, eVDeN Eve nAkliyAT based on ECB data.

Italians’ deposits amount to 86% of national output, the data shows, compared with 74% for France and 81% for Germany and Spain.

„Italian households’ liquidity potentially offers the Treasury a growing investor base in the near future,” said Scope analyst Alvise Lennkh-Yunus.

However, these deposits are being rapidly eroded by inflation, and they declined last year for the first time since 2017 by almost 20 billion euros.

While consumer price growth in the 20-nation euro zone eased to 9.5% in January, in Italy it was still running at 10.9%.The ECB targets inflation at 2%.

„Italians’ savings are no longer safe because of the continuous surges in energy prices and inflation in general,” banking union Fabi said in a report this month.

The inflation-adjusted value of bank deposits has fallen far more steeply in Italy than in Spain, according to calculations by Spanish bank BBVA based on Bank of Italy and Bank of Spain data.

A trend that has seen Italian deposit rates lagging far behind lending rates is likely to continue in coming months, Fabi said, EvDEN evE nakliyAT increasing the incentive for savers to invest in government debt.

„The 0.3% rise in mortgage rates and business loans in the year to September 2022 compares with an increase in deposit rates of just 0.05%,” the union said.($1 = 0.9303 euros)

(Editing by Gavin Jones and Christina Fincher)

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