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The Only Good System Is A Soundsystem Dub Culture Hoodie

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We print the ink pigment directly within the fabric of the hoodie, which gives a superior quality print that that will withstand repeated washing but is soft to the touch and doesnt crack like many screen printed hoodies do. Your hoodie will be manufactured expertly and with care in the UK and shipped to you rapidly with our no quibble satisfaction guarantee. We only use the latest, top of the range printing techniques and equipment, for the ultimate in long lasting design wear and only the highest quality of garments.

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Genuine AWD Brand College hoodie JH001 (or equivalent)

* 80% Cotton 20% Polyester.
* Kangaroo pouch pocket with small hidden opening for earphone cord feed.
* Double fabric hood with self coloured cords.
* Twin needle stitching detailing.
Weight
Black&Grey 280 gsm

Tim and Ted are fashion designers and printers based in Bristol UK. We draw inspiration for our printed designs from our interests of funny slogans, internet Memes and general humor. All our designs are 100% original and are created at our in house design studio by our team of professional designers. Shop4yoo are exclusively licensed to sell Tim and Ted branded apparel and T-Shirts. We have an awesome team of printers based in Bristol who use the latest digital printing technology. As a result this provides a much high quality and longer lasting print than screen printing. We are so sure you will love your new Hoodie that we offer a full 30 day money back guarantee.

Donald Trump luxury hotel opens just blocks from the White House

US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump opened the latest outpost in his real estate empire on Monday, a luxury hotel in a historic building five blocks from the White House that underwent a two-year, $200 million ( 150m) renovation.

While staff members at the 263-room Trump International Hotel planned little hoopla for what they described as a “soft opening,” about 40 protesters opposed to the New York real estate developer’s presidential run gathered outside. The opening came eight weeks before the November 8 election1.

Donald Trump Luxury Hotel Opens Just Blocks From The White House Demonstrators from Answer Coalition protest outside the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC Credit: AFP

“It kind of fits his personality that he finds a way to be on Pennsylvania Avenue, one way or another,” said protester Judy Byron, 70, a Washington artist.

The hotel, which includes a $20,000-a-night suite, is less than a mile down Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House. The hotel is housed in Washington’s third-tallest building, the 1899 Old Post Office, built in the Romanesque Revival architectural style. Mr Trump said on Twitter he had stopped by the property “to thank all of the tremendous men & women for their hard work!”

The protesters criticised some of Mr Trump’s positions, including a promise to build a wall along the Mexican border to block illegal immigrants2. Protest organiser Andrew Castro of Baltimore said: “We’re out here building a wall against racism.”

Stopped by @TrumpDC to thank all of the tremendous men & women for their hard work! pic.twitter.com/oGcJL4N45434

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Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 12 September 20165

Dozens of people filtered in and out on Monday afternoon, some to gawk and others pausing for a drink at the hotel’s bar. On his way in, Ric Hedlund, who works in port development, said he had been impressed by the renovations of a building that he said was previously “a dump.”

“I’m going in to drink Trump wine,” said Mr Hedlund, who added he also supported Mr Trump as a candidate.

Donald Trump Luxury Hotel Opens Just Blocks From The White House A view of the lobby in the Trump International Hotel just after it opened on Pennsylvania Avenue Credit: EPA

Mr Trump’s daughter Ivanka6, who helped negotiate the 60-year lease with the US government and oversaw the building’s revamp and design, said the project had come in a year ahead of schedule and under budget.

“We have really positioned this hotel to not only be the finest hotel in DC but in the country,” she said in a telephone interview. A grand-opening ceremony is planned for next month.

The Republican nominee attended the 2014 groundbreaking for the renovations alongside local Democratic officials before launching his presidential campaign last year. While Mr Trump’s name is hard to escape in his native New York, where it adorns structures including the Trump Tower as well as a Bronx golf course, the hotel marks his most visible presence in Washington.

His comments describing some Mexican immigrants as criminals7 prompted celebrity chefs Jose Andres and Geoffrey Zakarian to pull out of the project. Mr Trump has sued them.

Donald Trump in quotes8

References

  1. ^ November 8 election (www.discountholidays.info)
  2. ^ Mr Trump’s positions, including a promise to build a wall along the Mexican border to block illegal immigrants (www.discountholidays.info)
  3. ^ @TrumpDC (twitter.com)
  4. ^ pic.twitter.com/oGcJL4N454 (t.co)
  5. ^ 12 September 2016 (twitter.com)
  6. ^ Mr Trump’s daughter Ivanka (www.discountholidays.info)
  7. ^ His comments describing some Mexican immigrants as criminals (www.discountholidays.info)
  8. ^ Donald Trump in quotes (cf-particle-html.eip.discountholidays.info)

U-turn on free data roaming: European Commission pulls plans over 90-day cap which penalises pensioners on long …

Europe-wide plans to abolish mobile phone roaming charges have been scrapped at the last minute, following complaints that the policy would unfairly penalise pensioners who spend long spells abroad.

The rules included a controversial 90-day cap on free roaming which meant people who go abroad for extended periods – on cruises or business trips – would be forced to pay more for using their mobile phone. The Commission announced the original “free roaming” plans with huge fanfare in early 2015, but when it unveiled the details this week consumer groups were outraged by the free roaming limit. The Commission will now come up with a new version of the rules, which could see the 90-day cap extended – or scrapped all together.

It could mean pensioners embarking on long cruises – and those who spend half the year abroad may no longer need to worry about racking up extortionate bills as a result of data roaming charges.

U-turn On Free Data Roaming: European Commission Pulls Plans Over 90-day Cap Which Penalises Pensioners On Long ... The policy was designed to let people use their mobile phones in EU countries like they would at home Credit: Telegraph

The scrapping of additional costs of using a mobile phone on the Continent is the result of years of negotiations between the European Commission (EC) and telecom operators and could save British holidaymakers dozens of pounds. Previously, Britons abroad could be stung by bills of hundreds, even thousands, of pounds after downloading films, streaming music or other data during European trips. Jean-Claude Juncker, head of the European Commission, has ordered officials to draw up new plans for the landmark free mobile phone roaming policy.

“The Commission services have, on the instruction of President Juncker, withdrawn the draft and are working on a new version,” the statement on the Commission’s Digital Single Market webpage said.

The U-turn comes just days after the European Commission had insisted that its proposals really did end roaming charges as it had promised to do.

“Let me be very clear, we have put an end to roaming,” Juncker’s spokesman Margaritis Schinas said on Wednesday.

“Roaming means travelling, means moving around the European Union, going on holiday.

The Europeans who travel do so on an average of 12 days per year,” he added.

“The Commission with our guidelines have gone much further by abolishing roaming charges for at least 90 days per year.”

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