The Guardian says the storm brought unpredictable danger for road users, and says pedestrians were "blown across pavements like rag dolls". Image copyright Reuters Image caption A fallen tree brought down by Storm Doris lies across a main road in Isleworth in London The Telegraph says the Met Office argument for naming storms is that we are safer , because we take more notice of them. But it says Doris simply does not sound like a name that deserves to be thought dangerous. Many of the papers have discussion about Thursday's net migration figures - which showed a fall, but were still well above the government's target. The Guardian calls them a "relief" for Theresa May . But the Daily Express says ministers still have a mountain to climb, and highlights what it calls the rocketing numbers of people coming to กระเป๋า ZARA the UK from Romania and Bulgaria. The paper says the conclusion is simple: "The Brexit deal must bring back full control over our borders. Nothing less will do ." The Financial Times is less sure about that . Its editorial says it has been "demonstrated exhaustively" that immigrants are good for growth and public finances, being on average young and productive. Image copyright PA The Guardian leads with accusations that the Metropolitan police are trying to "stifle their critics" by cutting funding for the Black Police Association. The organisation could lose all three of its full-time staff, with their concerns represented instead by a senior officer who would not need to be black.
You can't talk about Collectibles without including Shopkins from Moose Toys. These teeny toys are celebrating their seventh season with a party theme, so expect to see everything from birthday cakes to balloons with cute eyelashed eyes. There are the gender-neutral Bbuddieez by Jupiter Creations, which roll like dice but also "bite" onto things, making them wearable. For fans of all things gross, there are cringe-worthy Madballs from Just Play and "shoppin's gone rotten" Grossery Gang from Moose Toys. Gamers will go for Jazware's Animal Jam Adopt-a-Pets and this fall, Pokemon fans will snap up the Pokemon Pokeballs, which hold favorite Pokemon characters. Keeping the "hatching" craze from 2016 alive, later this year collectors will flock to the Egg Babies from Wicked Cool Toys and Moose Toys' Little Live Pets Surprise Chicks. STEM STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)has been a trend in toys for a few years, and it shows no signs of slowing. There have been variations along the way, like "STEAM," which includes art, or this year's new term "STREAM," which was dubbed by the TIA to include the very popular robotics category. No matter what you call them, toys in this category are both educational and fun, teaching kids about spacial relationships and critical thinking, all while providing a lot of play value. Many of my favorites are building toys, because this year, building will be much more than snapping plastic bricks together. The Lite Poppers 4-in-1 Car features a round construction, rechargeable lights and fun characters.
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And thats a real fear for some people. So thats where brands step in, said Jim Patterson, CEO of Eaze , a California home-delivery dispensary app. Now that marijuana is a multi-billion-dollar business , companies are starting to pay much more attention to the details of selling the plant. In recent years, popular products have becomehousehold names in stoners' homes, giving some industry leaders reason to believe that, with improved packaging and advertising, cannabis companies could eventually transform into brands as widely recognized as Budweiser and Marlboro. The trend well see and especially as things go more national is larger brands emerging in the industry around these specific product categories," Patterson said. "Theres going to be major edible brands, major concentrate brands, and thats the way mass market consumers are going to make their purchasing decisions. When marijuana first became legal recreationally in Colorado back in 2014, there was an outpouring ofambitious business ownerslooking tofill up dispensary shelves with their THC-laden creations: gummybear edibles, flavorful flowers, powerful concentrates and nifty utensils. But they soon learned they needed to address not only quantity but also quality. They had to make their products stand out. One way to do that was through branding, or consistently and concisely showcasing exactly what a customer was getting when they purchaseda specific company's products.
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