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Billionaire are in Space this week

Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, and Elon Musk: Here’s the Real Winner in the Race for Space. Trio net worth of GDP more than Ireland roughly $400 billion are fulfilling their dreams trips in space.

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Here’s where each stands:

  • Branson will take off in a matter of hours as I write this. He and his fellow travelers will ultimately ascend to about 55 miles above the surface of the Earth for their suborbital journey, possibly giving Branson bragging rights for being the first billionaire to reach space.
  • I say “possibly,” because later this month, Bezos plans to fly aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard, along with his brother Mark Bezos, original Mercury 13 aviator Wally Funk, and the winner of a $28 million auction. If all goes according to plan, they’ll reach about 65 miles above the Earth — also a suborbital trip.

As Bezos’s Blue Origin has taken to repeating, however, the 10 miles or so might make a big difference, because New Shepard will pass the Karman line, 62 miles above the Earth, and Unity won’t.

This is where international aeronautic and astronautic federations in Europe recognize the official boundary between the Earth and space. Other arbiters, such as NASA and the U.S. Air Force, put the space boundary at just 50 miles; so it’s not a settled question

actions the matter in Retail

In US people have enormous options when it comes a point to decide where to get the grocery shopping done but everyone has its own preference and priorities to choose. A lot of things matters in this decision making such as convenience, quality, compensation, value and brand. Beside all these factors what is common among all is extreme standard of customer service which means if you don’t like it just return it and they will get that back with better and brighter smile which will eventually stick you back more strongly than ever.

It is impossible in America to stick your self to one Retail store for shopping. The major factor the stops you sticking to one Retail store is its competitive and incredible price. Same thing you will see in Costco at lets assume $70 and as soon as you step in Lowe’s it will be incredibly different and you will make your mind next time you will be coming here for this product.

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Some of the stores have membership and some of them don’t have which means without membership you just cant enter in store. Major retail stores attracts customers and members not by their products or store but you will be surprised to know that factor….

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In US retail marketing is incredible despite of the fact that US is spread over gigantic area every customer will still end up throwing advertisement magazines from mail box to nearest trash, all major retail stores send discounts and deals through paper magazines weekly to its every single potential customer no matter which place you are in the US. In so many retail brands options it becomes very hard to decide which store to select for all grocery items, its almost impossible because the discounts, deals and variety does not allow you to stick to one store.

In US Walmart does exist within 10 miles of every American living in US. If i have to pick a store for nothing to buy literally nothing to buy i will pick Walmart the reason is unbelievable thats the only store in US that offers free shopping bags to customers. And you can take additional.

In Aldi customers have to insert quarter coin in cart to shop around and it has a purpose behind which is practically perfect either customer has to forget his quarter or leave the cart back in que which save time and resource for store.

Some of the major stores such as Costco , Walmart and 7eleven entice customers not by store products but its cheap gasoline rates which ultimately force buyers to shop in stores.

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Despite of digital advancement in technology still major retail brands opt BTL line of marketing to inform consumers about their top deals and still paper mail is major stream of advertisement.

Like in UK consumers expect everything to be of pound and eventually gets to pound store, in US people have Dollar tree where most of the things consumer can expect under a dollar.

Pilot test: EU citizen can now submit applications to remain in UK after Brexit

Impact of Brexit on Migrants , thats how they are reaching to UK from France

EU nationals wanting to stay in Britain after Brexit can start applying from today.

Home office started taking EU citizen applications today

So the first way of Brexit execution is visible as Home office trials begins and approached some citizen from liverpool and some from north west of England to submit their applications as they are living for more than 5 years in UK, after submission of forms they will undergo scrutiny and prudently allotted status of “Settled Status” to stay in UK. Every EU citizen living in UK for 5 or more years and has home would be asked to apply and avail this status and shun any thing odd.

However all those EU citizens living in UK for less than 5 years will have to wait for the remaining time and once they complete they could also submit their application in order to avail the “Settled Status”, its not yet decided the how the time difference would be catered.

Applications will cost £65 for adults and £32.50 for children under the age of 16.

Applicants will be asked to prove their identity, declare any criminal convictions and upload a facial photograph

The first EU nationals wishing to apply to stay in the UK after Brexit are submitting their paperwork as part of a Home Office trial.

“Settled status” will allow non-British Europeans who have been living in the UK for at least five years to secure their right to stay in the country.

NHS workers in the north-west of England and students and staff from three Liverpool universities are among those invited to apply early for a “managed live trial” of the process, which the Home Office says should involve up to 4,000 people to iron out any kinks before a phased roll-out by the end of the year.

Since the UK voted to leave the EU on 23 June 2016, EU citizens who have made their homes in Britain have been securing their status by applying for “permanent residency” cards – an expensive and arduous bureaucratic process that was never designed to cater for them.

The inundation of applications led to a backlog at the Home Office and prompted Theresa May to unveil plans for the new “settled status” system.

Under the EU Settlement Scheme, EU citizens and family members who have been in the UK for five years by the end of 2020 will be able to apply for settled status, meaning they are free to go on living and working in the UK indefinitely.

People’s Vote march – demanding vote on final Brexit deal

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EU supporters, calling on the government to give Britons a vote on the final Brexit deal, participate in the ‘People’s Vote’ march

The Home Office will check employment and benefits data to confirm proof of residence, while all applications will be run through UK criminality and security databases. Previously, EU applicants for permanent residency had to provide dossiers of documents proving where they were, and what they were doing, for the whole of their five years in the UK.

Those who have arrived by December 31 2020, but do not have five years’ residence, can apply for “pre-settled status” in a similar process, and then have their status upgraded free of charge to “settled” once they reach the five-year threshold.

The Home Office says it wants to make the process “as quick and user-friendly as possible”, and that the full scheme will be in place by 30 March 2019. It also reminds EU citizens that their rights will not change until the end of the Brexit transition period in 2021 and so they don’t need to apply straight away – presumably to avoid another inundation of paperwork.

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