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One of you had connections and all I can say is I’ll be eternally grateful! “We also have it on good authority that two of the PDP hoodlums have been apprehended by the police if the presidential ambition of President Goodluck Jonathan and his All Progressives Congresscom "We had some good chances but we played against a tough side who have a wealth of experience in European competition so we can’t be too unhappy She should know the difference between public and private as it was harming younger males In Sokoto the Nigerian troops had to smash their way into the compound with an armoured [email protected] Jayaram opened up a 6-1 lead before managing a 11-8 advantage at the interval LONDON (Reuters) – The Scottish parliament refused consent for Britain’s flagship Brexit legislation on Tuesday pushing Britain into constitutionally uncharted territory as London presses ahead with the bill regardless The devolved Edinburgh legislature voted by 93 votes to 30 to deny consent for the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill currently going through the national parliament in London which will cut political financial and legal ties with the EU Although the Scottish parliament has no veto over the bill the refusal to give consent sets up an unprecedented constitutional clash between Edinburgh and London complicating British Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans for Brexit Britain’s Scottish Secretary David Mundell said the UK intended to push through the withdrawal bill but that the door was open for further talks "There will be an opportunity for further debate and discussion" Mundell told BBC News "I still think we can resolve this issue" The independence-minded Scottish National Party (SNP) which runs the minority government in Holyrood Edinburgh said it would be "outrageous" if the British government imposed the bill on Scotland "The Scottish Parliament has spoken loudly and clearly – it’s now up to the UK government to respect that vote and ditch their power-grab" SNP Scottish lawmaker Ash Denham said in a statement The dispute revolves around a clause in the Withdrawal bill that the SNP says limits the Holyrood parliament’s lawmaking ability as well as the powers of its devolved executive Scotland’s parliament has lawmaking competence over a range of domestic issues like farming and fishing though in practice they have been controlled by Brussels up to now An initial proposal last year by Britain that devolved powers returning from the European Union after Brexit should initially pass to Westminster was roundly rejected by Welsh and Scottish politicians The Westminster government has offered concessions to devolved administrations and May’s Conservative party points out that these have been enough for the Welsh government to drop their reservations about the bill But the SNP argues that in its current state the bill could mean that the powers of the Scottish parliament could be changed by the British government without the consent of the parliament for the first time ever (Reporting by Alistair Smout editing by Stephen Addison) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Lipids the chemical family that includes fats and related molecules get blamed for clogged arteries and heart attacks But thanks to careful detective work tracking the effects of a particular protein researchers have discovered a class of lipids that prevent or reverse some of the harmful metabolic changes of diabetes and similar disorders in mice These molecules might be therapeutic themselves or they could lead researchers to new drugs Although many lipids are beneficial some of them deserve their bad reputation especially certain fatty acids which sport long chains of carbon and hydrogen atoms Trans fatty acids in processed foods can jack up our levels of unhealthy cholesterol for instance and studies have linked diabetes and obesity to increased amounts of fatty acids in the blood The new study puts fatty acids in a better light Its origins date back to the 1990s Researchers noticed that fat cells from people who were obese or had type 2 diabetes often carried too little Glut4 a protein that helps cells absorb sugar “It’s very important for blood sugar control” says molecular endocrinologist Barbara Kahn of Harvard Medical School in Boston To study the effects of this protein she and her colleagues genetically altered mice so that their fat cells produced extra Glut4 and gobbled up sugar These mice have puzzled scientists ever since Although they are obese they have the blood glucose and insulin levels of sleek and healthy rodents The bonus Glut4 it appears triggered production of extra lipids in their fat cells Kahn and her colleagues hypothesized that some of these lipids were beneficial and explained the rodents’ healthy metabolism To hunt for these mystery molecules Kahn’s group teamed up with lipid biologist Alan Saghatelian of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego California and some of his colleagues Using a technique called mass spectrometry that can weigh and identify molecules in a sample the researchers pinpointed four lipids that were more abundant in the Glut4-overproducing mice and deciphered their molecular formulas But these molecules were nowhere to be found in standard lipid catalogs “We were dealing with something new” Saghatelian says In all the researchers uncovered 16 closely related fatty acids that they dubbed FAHFAs or fatty acid-hydroxy fatty acids Experiments to tease out the molecules’ metabolic roles suggested they are salutary In one experiment for example the researchers force-fed FAHFAs to normal mice that had been eating a high-fat diet and were insulin-resistant meaning they didn’t respond normally to the hormone Blood sugar plunged in the animals and their glucose tolerance or ability to absorb the molecule rose Providing FAHFAs to the animals “treats their diabetes” Saghatelian says FAHFAs are not limited to mice Kahn and Saghatelian’s team tested blood and fat from patients who are insulin-resistant—and thus at greater risk of developing diabetes—and from patients who are still insulin-sensitive Blood levels of one FAHFA variety were 40% lower in the insulin-resistant group the team reports this week in Cell Researchers rarely find new families of lipids says cell biologist Alan Saltiel of the University of Michigan Ann Arbor who was not involved in the work The lipids appear to stimulate a biochemical pathway that researchers are already probing as a target for diabetes drugs he says If further studies confirm this mechanism FAHFAs might suggest new ways that researchers could modify the pathway One intriguing question is whether restoring FAHFA levels could help prevent or treat diabetes The researchers discovered FAHFAs in a variety of foods including apples egg yolk beef and chicken However Kahn says it’s premature to recommend that people alter their diets to try to consume more of the molecules Even if chowing down on the fatty acids isn’t helpful their discovery could still spark new treatments Investigating the enzymes that produce and destroy FAHFAs in the body might help researchers develop drugs to adjust quantities of the fatty acids CEO of SalesGossip, participating in the Grand March, when he will leave the armed forces, Samir Hussein—WireImage/Getty Images Royal Reception From left: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during a reception at Government House in Canberra on April 24, North Dakota,"We just want to offer our prayers and hopes to the family,"I am sad that I’m not on television anymore ET. although I am aware that some people are saying oh this is illegal but it is not.

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