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Mr Davies reacted angrily to the award, insisting that - whilst his wife was 'the second best receptionist' he ever had - she should not get a share of the hotel's value because she was just a paid employee who 'simply did her duties'.Mr Davies, 50, married his Australian wife, 39, in 2005, and they had two children, but the couple had been together- with Mrs Davies working up to 17 hours-a-day helping run the hotel business - since 1997.In reality it was a cash generator.'Insisting that the couple had done no more than take advantage of the valuable gift provided by Mr Davies' parents, the barrister added: 'They didn't add value to the business- they just took what was there and exploited it.In her evidence to Judge O'Dwyer, Mrs Davies said she and her husband had 'worked ceaselessly' to transform a 'dowdy and unwelcoming' hotel with 'no sense of customer service' into a successful and lucrative business.This update also features anti-censorship tools such as the ability to set up a Proxy server in the “Data and Storage” section of the Settings. It’s our responsibility to offer technology to defend our users’ right to privacy and freedom of speech around the world.
3D Touch on the app icon to see some new actions, including taking a photo/video and sending it to multiple recipients. gets you Android Pay support for Bot Payments and improved media selection – photos and videos are now shown together when sharing from the attachment menu or gallery.Check out the docs here to start building your robotic police force today.When multiple admins are working with one group, it’s easy to get confused about which admin did what and when (or which admin bot has gone Skynet on your members).Mr Davies was 'in love' with his business, The Cardiff Hotel, in exclusive Norfolk Square, Bayswater, West London, and described himself as 'a force of nature' to Judge Martin O'Dwyer who made the award to his ex-wife.She helped run the hotel for 13 years before the couple split, and in August last year, Judge O'Dwyer recognised her contribution to the success of the business when he awarded her a £2.2million lump sum, plus the £550,000 former matrimonial home, in Friars Way, Acton.