If you continue to breach the restrictions it will be considered a criminal offence under regulation 34(1), read together with regulation 18(1) of the Human Medicines Regulations 2012.How we decide which medicines to restrictDHSC will prohibit the export of a medicine if it considers that the following conditions are met: an immediate suspension of the licence or suspension of the supply of certain products under the licence a 28-day notice proposing to vary the licence to restrict or prevent export activity ships planes the British, UN and NATO armed forces British citizens abroad The restrictions do not apply.Exporting to crown dependencies and overseas territoriesYou can continue to export medicines on the restricted medicines list to the crown dependencies and overseas territories. The restrictions do not apply.Exporting medicines for use by international humanitarian organisationsYou can continue to export medicines on the restricted medicines list for use by international humanitarian organisations. The restrictions do not apply.Exporting medicines for clinical trials and other research purposesYou can continue to export medicines on the restricted medicines list for use in clinical trials and for other research purposes. The restrictions do not apply.Exports that have already been agreedIf you receive a final agreed purchase order from an importer before the date of restriction then you can still carry out that order. Open, rolling or frame orders placed by importers before the date of restriction can only be fulfilled if the products have been picked and packed, and transport booked.The restriction for each medicine applies from 00:00am at the start of the date of restriction.The restricted medicines list includes the date of restriction.Withholding medicines as part of stock management or stockpiling arrangementsYou can continue to withhold medicines as part of stock management arrangements agreed with marketing authorisation holders. It is not considered hoarding.You can also continue to maintain contingency stockpiles built up at the request of the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) or Public Health England (PHE).Breaching the restrictionsIf you export, start hoarding or continue hoarding a medicine on the restricted list it will be considered a breach of regulation 43(2) the Human Medicines Regulations 2012.It may lead to regulatory action by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) against the wholesale dealer’s licence.This could include: the medicine is required to meet the needs of UK patients the medicine is either being exported or is at threat of being exported the export of that medicine is either contributing to, or may contribute to, a shortage of that medicine in the UK The government has restricted the export and hoarding of some medicines.The restrictions apply to the exporting of medicines placed on the market in the UK for UK patients.Hoarding of medicines is when wholesale dealers withhold a medicine when it’s in short supply.Exporting and hoarding of medicines can create or worsen medicine shortages.This guidance will still apply once the transition period has ended.The restricted medicines list is reviewed and updated regularly. It is your responsibility to check it before exporting medicines.From 1 January 2021 you may no longer be able to export branded medicines that have been placed on the UK market to countries in the European Economic Area (EEA).Check the guidance on changes to the exhaustion of Intellectual Property rights and parallel trade from 1 January 2021.Medicines you cannot export or hoardSee the list of medicines that you cannot export from the UK or hoard because they’re needed to meet the needs of UK patients.This list is reviewed and updated regularly. It’s your responsibility to check this list before exporting medicines.The restrictions apply to exports to all countries in or outside the EEA.Sign up to receive an email alert when the list is updated.Exporting to countries in or outside the EEA How medicines are listedMost medicines are listed by virtual therapeutic moiety (VTM) and the list indicates which strengths and pharmaceutical forms the restrictions apply to. If no VTM is available, the medicines are listed by actual medicinal product (AMP).See which products are covered by a VTM in the Dictionary of Medicines and Medical Devices.If a VTM has one active ingredient, then only medicines containing that active ingredient are covered by the restrictions and not any medicines that contain multiple active ingredients.Further advice and informationEmail [email protected] if you have any questions about the restrictions. You cannot export medicines on the restricted medicines list that have been put on the market for UK patients to other countries in or outside the EEA.As of 1 January 2021 you may no longer be able to export branded medicines that have been placed on the UK market to countries in the EEA.Check the guidance on changes to the exhaustion of Intellectual Property rights and parallel trade from 1 January 2021.Exporting medicines for which you hold a marketing authorisationYou can continue to export medicines on the restricted medicines list if you, or a company in your group of companies, holds a marketing authorisation for those medicines. The restrictions do not apply.Exporting UK licensed medicines that are unlicensed in the destination countryYou cannot export medicines on the restricted medicines list that have been put on the market for UK patients, whether they are licensed or unlicensed in the destination country.Exporting medicines that are licensed under article 126a in the destination countryYou can continue to export medicines on the restricted medicines list that are licensed under article 126a of Directive 2001/83/EC in the destination country. The restrictions do not apply.Exporting medicines meant for markets abroadYou can continue to export medicines on the restricted medicines list that are manufactured and intended for markets abroad. The restrictions do not apply.This includes medicines in packaging and labelled for markets abroad but may also include medicines in UK packaging with UK labelling if they were manufactured and intended for other markets and the supply has been part of the forecast of the marketing authorisation holder.Exporting medicines to ships, planes, the armed forces and British citizens abroadYou can continue to export medicines on the restricted medicines list to:
Facebook2Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston Economic Development CouncilThe Department of Commerce has partnered with the Thurston Economic Development Council (EDC) to make the ScaleUp program available throughout rural Washington State.This webinar series will begin on May 6 and runs for 10 weeks through July 8. The virtual classroom will meet every Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. until noon. In order to be eligible, participants must be in business for more than a year, have minimum gross revenue of $75,000 and must be able to commit to the ScaleUp training schedule.ScaleUp helps business owners gain those “smarter” skills by strengthening strategic thinking, building systems thinking, increasing the effectiveness of your marketing, and providing a variety of tips and tools that lead to greater profitability. ScaleUp includes virtual classroom training, connection to a network of peers, and access to resources and mentors. Daryl Murrow is teaching this course using the Kauffman Family Foundation curriculum.WHO: Thurston EDC & Department of Commerce WHAT: ScaleUp Training SeriesWHEN: May 6 through July 8, 2020, 8:30 a.m. – noonWHERE: Online WebinarCOST: Free. Only 100 spots are available. Apply today at ScaleUpThurston.orgFOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact James Davis, [email protected], or (360) 464-6051.About the Thurston Economic Development Council and Center for Business & InnovationThe Thurston Economic Development Council has been supporting a strong economy in Thurston County since 1982 with a mission to create a dynamic and sustainable economy that supports the values of the people who live and work in Thurston County. At the foundation of the work we do are three main principles: recruit, retain, and expand.We work to maintain the health of local businesses by offering technical assistance, and providing advocacy on their behalf. We present market opportunities to Thurston County employers, providing support for them to expand their operations. We actively attract investment and employment opportunities into our region through outreach, promotion and trade missions.
ARCADIA, Calif. (May 30, 2015)–Argentine-bred Catch a Flight attended the early pace and outdueled favored Moreno late to take Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Californian Stakes at Santa Anita by a half length under Gary Stevens. Trained by Richard Mandella, Catch a Flight got 1 1/8 miles in 1:47.73 and stamped himself as one of the top contenders for the Grade I, mile and a quarter Gold Cup at Santa Anita on June 27.Breaking from post position seven in a field of eight three year olds and up, Catch a Flight sat a close third behind Big Cazanova and Moreno, wheeled three-wide at the top of the lane and put the favorite away well inside the sixteenth pole.“Moreno was pretty sluggish leaving the gate and I out-broke him by about a half length,” said Stevens. “On paper and knowing these two horses’ records, it looked like a match race between the two of them and that’s how I wanted to ride it. It worked out because Big Cazanova went up there and kept Moreno occupied down the backside but they were running slow enough fractions for these kinds of horses.“It looked like a match race and it was a match race until inside the eighth pole. Ever since his first win here (a 1 1/8 miles allowance on Feb. 13), he’s shown me a lot of tenacity and it was just a question of if he was fast enough to win. He’s just now starting to figure out American racing. I think he’s still improving and I don’t think we’ve seen the best of him yet.”The second choice at 2-1, Catch a Flight paid $6.60, $3.20 and $2.80.Owned by Haras Santa Maria de Araras, Inc., Catch a Flight, a 5-year-old horse by Giant’s Causeway, followed up on a three quarter length win in the Grade III Precisionist Stakes at Santa Anita on May 2 and collected his ninth overall win from 15 starts. With the winner’s take of $120,000, he increased his earnings to $393,239.“When Gary goosed him at the quarter pole, he responded pretty quickly,” said Mandella, who has now sent Catch a Flight out to three wins from five stateside starts. “Gary knows him well enough. I didn’t try to tell him how to ride him…This was a step forward. The time of the race was good and he beat Moreno. Every step he’s made had been forward. We’ll look at the Gold Cup here next.”Trained by Eric Guillot and ridden by Cornelio Velasquez, Moreno came off a rousing two length win in the Grade II, 1 1/8 miles Charles Town Classic April 18, defeating top rated older horse Shared Belief.“My horse, I gave him every chance and he stopped today,” said Velasquez. “The other horse, Catch a Flight, he ran good. My horse, he ran okay.”Off as the 6-5 favorite, Moreno finished 3 ½ lengths in front of Hard Aces and paid $2.60 and $2.40.Ridden by Victor Espinoza, Hard Aces rallied from off the pace to finish third, 1 ¼ lengths in front of Blue Tone. Off at 9-1, Hard Aces paid $3.60 to show.Fractions on the race were 22.86, 46.94, 1:10.51 and 1:35.05.First post time on Sunday at Santa Anita is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. –30–
FA Cup Furious Guardiola lays into referees after Sane horror tackle Goal Last updated 1 year ago 02:38 1/29/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty FA Cup Manchester City Premier League Cardiff City v Manchester City Cardiff City The Citizens boss was not happy despite advancing into the fifth round with a routine win, after seeing Joe Bennett injure one of his stars Pep Guardiola was left furious at the standard of refereeing in Manchester City’s FA Cup win as he predicted Leroy Sane would spend three weeks on the sidelines after a horror tackle. Goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling saw City safely past Cardiff City in Sunday’s fourth round match in the Welsh capital. That victory was soured, however, by Sane’s withdrawal before half time following a nasty studs-up challenge perpetrated by Joe Bennett. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Bennett only received a booking for the hit before later seeing red for a separate offence, and Pep – who was spotted having a heated exchange with officials at full-time – believes Lee Mason was far too lenient in his refereeing.”I don’t understand the (Bernardo) goal that we didn’t get, but that is okay. We can accept that. But they have to protect the players,” Pep told reporters after the final whistle. “They [refs] are there to protect the players. When there is fault, there is fault, and when it is dangerous, it is dangerous.”We will see [Sane’s injury] tomorrow, he could be out for two, three, four weeks.”It was not just Guardiola who was concerned by Cardiff’s harsh tackling either, with the German national team having taken to Twitter at half time to ask the Welsh side to be more careful with their tackling ahead of Die Mannschaft’s participation in the World Cup.
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Zabaleta apologises to West Ham fans after Carabao Cup exitby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham United fullback Pablo Zabaleta has apologised to fans after their embarrassing Carabao Cup exit at Oxford United.Zabaleta admitted West Ham were well below-par during their 4-0 defeat at Oxford and said sorry to the travelling supporters.Stand-in captain Zabaleta told the official club website: “If you look at the performance, it’s not been anywhere near our standard and also in the way we lost was not good.”We are not the first Premier League team to be knocked out of the Carabao Cup. We saw Spurs (at Colchester) and we saw some other Premier League teams struggling to win games like that.”Obviously we just need to move on now and look at the mistakes we have made and think about Saturday (away to Bournemouth).”We return to the Premier League again and we don’t have too much time to recover. It’s only another 48 hours and we have another game and mentally we need to be strong for Saturday.”We feel sorry about the performance and sorry to the away fans who came to the game because obviously we don’t want our fans to see this kind of performance. It was just a bad night.”
Communities included in the ride are Fort St. John, Chetwynd, Hudson’s Hope, Dawson Creek, Taylor and Tumbler Ridge.Poker hands cost $30 each while the ride is free for all residents to attend. The ride will also feature a free breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in the Pomeroy Sport Centre as well as a barbeque in Chetwynd. Residents interested in registering for the poker ride must sign up at the Pomeroy Sport Centre.The poker ride starts at 9:00 a.m. on August 18th at the Pomeroy Sport Centre. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Registration is now open for the 6th Annual “Community 2 Community” Poker Ride.The poker ride will see participants motorbiking all around the Peace Region, with half starting in Fort St. John travelling North and the other half starting in Dawson Creek and travelling South. The two groups of bikers will then pass by each other at the halfway point of the ride.Participants will draw a card at every community they visit during the ride. The goal of the ride is to have the best poker hand once they visit each location.
Lahore: A year after singer Meesha Shafi accused Ali Zafar of sexual harassment, the singer-actor recently urged her to face the court as her case against him was dismissed. He even drew a parallel between her and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai. Ali wrote on Twitter: “Meesha Shafi’s case against me has been dismissed alongside the appeal made against the dismissal. The case in the court is my case against her to pay for damages that her false statement has caused me, which naturally she is trying to run away from.” Also Read – ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ has James Cameron’s fingerprints all over it: Arnold Schwarzenegger”I have also filed a case against all the fake and other accounts being used to run a campaign against me on social media. I have been quiet about all this for a year while thousands of disgusting tweets were posted against me, like a campaign every time a big event comes. But it’s time to expose the truth via due process of law for which I urge the FIA to take strict legal action. Meesha had called out the singer last year, accusing him of sexual assault.
Sixteen years ago, Keyshawn Johnson was the No. 1 pick of the NFL Draft, landing in New York with the Jets. He was young and brash and before he was done he penned a book called, “Just Throw Me The Damn Ball.”To say Johnson was mouthy would be an understatement. So it was ironic – and pretty cool, too – that a much more mature Johnson spent some of the Jets’ first day of training camp to lend advice to the Jets’ current mouthy receive, Santonio Holmes.“It was a big brother-to-little brother talk,” Holmes said. “He was just teaching me to be cordial to everybody and to understand what gift I have to this football team and learning how to utilize it.”Johnson, at Jets camp working for ESPN, figured he catch Holme’s ear because the receiver lately has been spewing nothing but venom. Since the last game of disappointing last season, when he did not catch a pass and was benched, Holmes has blasted quarterback Mark Sanchez, questioned the two-quarterback system of Sanchez and Tim Tebow and generally been Mr. Grinch.Immaturity is what Johnson attributed to Holmes’ penchant to taking on anyone in his path.“All eyes are you,” said Johnson, relating what he told Holmes. “If you can do it — and you’ve done it before — you can write your ticket.”Holmes was a lightening rod and disruption last year, criticizing Sanchez and the offensive line, making a bad season worse. Johnson was not acting as if he were Dr. Phil, but he did seem to believe Holmes will comport himself differently this year.“He’ll grow up,” Johnson said. “He’ll get there. I’m not worried.”Already, Holmes contends and Sanchez have become close and are looking forward to a big season.“That was last year, man,” Holmes said. “Let’s move on.”
Embed Code More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed Welcome to this week’s episode of Hot Takedown, our podcast where the hot sports takes of the week meet the numbers that prove them right or tear them down. On this week’s show (for April 28, 2015), we look at the upcoming NFL draft and whether there is anything to all the measuring and testing that goes into evaluating prospects; Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao, the future of boxing, and Mayweather’s violent past; and ESPN’s Pablo Torre visits the studio to discuss a new study on how many NFL athletes go bankrupt. And our significant digit this week is -14.7 — how many points the Toronto Raptors underperformed by this offseason.Plus: An update on the first Hot Takedown crowdsourcing project, which asks you to submit your ideas to help stop tanking in the NBA.Stream the episode by clicking the play button above, or subscribe using one of the podcast clients we’ve linked to.Below, some links to what we discuss in this week’s show:How would you fix the NBA draft and stop tanking? Tell us.Neil Paine on how NFL teams try to beat the draft — and fail.How surplus value works in the NFL Draft.What does the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight mean for the future of boxing?“Outside The Lines” on Mayweather’s troubled past.A look at whether we missed out on the best possible fight between these two boxers.Pablo Torre’s 2009 article “How (and Why) Athletes Go Broke.”The recent NBER paper on NFL bankruptcy. Hot Takedown If you’re a fan of our podcasts, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave a rating/review. That helps spread the word to other listeners. And get in touch by email, on Twitter or in the comments. Tell us what you think, send us hot takes to discuss and tell us why we’re wrong.