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The New Statesman
Three’s adblocking trial is terrible news for journalismknown that the referendum will be won and lost among Labour voters, hence their
Three’s adblocking trial is terrible news for journalism
The New Statesman / Posted 10 minutes ago
known that the referendum will be won and lost among Labour voters, hence their early focus on putting more money into the National Health Service and the dangers of the Trans-Atlantic Trade Partnership (TTIP). Vote Leave have also, quietly and... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
No need to panic about presence of chemicals in bread: AIIMS Directorissue,” said Dr Misra. He also suggested that government should launch a unive
No need to panic about presence of chemicals in bread: AIIMS Director
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 3 hours ago
issue,” said Dr Misra. He also suggested that government should launch a universal health service on the lines of UK’s National Health Service to ensure that every citizen of the country is covered as healthcare will not be possible without... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why You Should Backup Your Company's Datafrom the recent past: The 2011 compromise of the identifiable information (PII)
Why You Should Backup Your Company's Data
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 hours ago
from the recent past: The 2011 compromise of the identifiable information (PII) of more than 8,3 million UK citizens when a National Health Service laptop was stolen. And the 2014 breach of Sony, where hackers not only erased data from its systems,... Read more
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thebee
Chorley A&E fight goes onnever stop fighting for the service she said she owes a lot to the service: "I
Chorley A&E fight goes on
thebee / Posted 8 hours ago
never stop fighting for the service she said she owes a lot to the service: "I'm an ex-nurse, I'm passionate about the national health service and would hate to see parts of it privatised, I'm totally against privatisation I think that if... Read more
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WA Today
Tummy troubles? Here, just swallow this robot and lie downlithium batteries are a particular risk for small children, as they can easily
Tummy troubles? Here, just swallow this robot and lie down
WA Today / Posted 16 hours ago
lithium batteries are a particular risk for small children, as they can easily be swallowed accidentally. While the National Health Service holds no specific figures on the number of cases in Britain, swallowing batteries is known to have... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tummy troubles? Here, just swallow this robot and lie downlithium batteries are a particular risk for small children, as they can easily
Tummy troubles? Here, just swallow this robot and lie down
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
lithium batteries are a particular risk for small children, as they can easily be swallowed accidentally. While the National Health Service holds no specific figures on the number of cases in Britain, swallowing batteries is known to have... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tummy troubles? Here, just swallow this robot and lie downlithium batteries are a particular risk for small children, as they can easily
Tummy troubles? Here, just swallow this robot and lie down
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 hours ago
lithium batteries are a particular risk for small children, as they can easily be swallowed accidentally. While the National Health Service holds no specific figures on the number of cases in Britain, swallowing batteries is known to have... Read more
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The Age
Tummy troubles? Here, just swallow this robot and lie downlithium batteries are a particular risk for small children, as they can easily
Tummy troubles? Here, just swallow this robot and lie down
The Age / Posted 17 hours ago
lithium batteries are a particular risk for small children, as they can easily be swallowed accidentally. While the National Health Service holds no specific figures on the number of cases in Britain, swallowing batteries is known to have... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tummy troubles? Here, just swallow this robot and lie downlithium batteries are a particular risk for small children, as they can easily
Tummy troubles? Here, just swallow this robot and lie down
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
lithium batteries are a particular risk for small children, as they can easily be swallowed accidentally. While the National Health Service holds no specific figures on the number of cases in Britain, swallowing batteries is known to have... Read more
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dna
Boy gets new lease of life, thanks to a kind doctor and UK angelwas a nonsense or missense mutation,” Dr Rajagopal Krishnan, an orthopaedic sur
Boy gets new lease of life, thanks to a kind doctor and UK angel
dna / Posted 20 hours ago
was a nonsense or missense mutation,” Dr Rajagopal Krishnan, an orthopaedic surgeon with 15 years of work with the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), told dna. “There are probably only 200 cases worldwide.” “Today, he sat up straight for the... Read more
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thebee
Campaigners meet over the future of Chorley A&Eone of them has said it back to me. There's no need to thank me, it is about ou
Campaigners meet over the future of Chorley A&E
thebee / Posted yesterday
one of them has said it back to me. There's no need to thank me, it is about our A&E and our NHS and we care about our National Health Service." At tonight's meeting in the Town Hall (PR7 1AL), the group plans to make arrangements for a march... Read more
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Mashable
Doctor no: The women in their 20s being refused sterilisationssterilisation, which involves using implants to block the fallopian tubes. Acc
Doctor no: The women in their 20s being refused sterilisations
Mashable / Posted yesterday
sterilisation, which involves using implants to block the fallopian tubes. According to the the NHS, Britain's national health service, female sterilisation "can be a fairly minor operation, with many women returning home the same... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Hunger striking double murderer Colin Howell rushed to hospital after collapsing in Northern Ireland jailthe victims and led to questions being asked in Parliament. Howell was recentl
Hunger striking double murderer Colin Howell rushed to hospital after collapsing in Northern Ireland jail
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
the victims and led to questions being asked in Parliament. Howell was recently told he would not receive his £587,526.27 National Health Service pension because of sex assaults he carried out on at least five female dental patients after drugging... Read more
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express
Royal babies medical team invited to garden partywhile Kate was at her fourth Two of the behind-the-scenes team revealed the ex
Royal babies medical team invited to garden party
express / Posted yesterday
while Kate was at her fourth Two of the behind-the-scenes team revealed the extraordinary planning that went on within the National Health Service for the births of the two royal babies, who were delivered in the private Lindo Wing at St Mary’s... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Romania: Hewlett Packard vows to probe suspected wrongdoingcontract in Romania which prosecutors say cost the East European country 16.8 m
Romania: Hewlett Packard vows to probe suspected wrongdoing
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted yesterday
contract in Romania which prosecutors say cost the East European country 16.8 million euros ($18.8 million). Romania's national health service agreed to pay 760-800 euros ($850-$895) per person per day for Hewlett Packard Romania's services,... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Romania: Hewlett Packard vows to probe suspected wrongdoingcontract in Romania which prosecutors say cost the East European country 16.8 m
Romania: Hewlett Packard vows to probe suspected wrongdoing
Hawaii News Now / Posted yesterday
contract in Romania which prosecutors say cost the East European country 16.8 million euros ($18.8 million). Romania's national health service agreed to pay 760-800 euros ($850-$895) per person per day for Hewlett Packard Romania's services,... Read more
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Salon.com
Romania: Hewlett Packard vows to probe suspected wrongdoingsays it will investigate allegations of wrongdoing in a health services contrac
Romania: Hewlett Packard vows to probe suspected wrongdoing
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
says it will investigate allegations of wrongdoing in a health services contract in Romania. Prosecutors say Romania’s national health service agreed to pay 760-800 euros ($850-$895) per person per day for Hewlett Packard Romania’s services.... Read more
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Daily Herald
Romania: Hewlett Packard vows to probe suspected wrongdoingsays it will investigate allegations of wrongdoing in a health services contrac
Romania: Hewlett Packard vows to probe suspected wrongdoing
Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
says it will investigate allegations of wrongdoing in a health services contract in Romania. Prosecutors say Romania's national health service agreed to pay 760-800 euros ($850-$895) per person per day for Hewlett Packard Romania's services.... Read more
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Newsmax
COPD Drug Successful in Large Trialgeneric competition. U.S. drugmaker Innoviva is GSK's partner for Breo. Since
COPD Drug Successful in Large Trial
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
generic competition. U.S. drugmaker Innoviva is GSK's partner for Breo. Since the study was conducted within Britain's National Health Service, its international relevance is unclear. "The biggest unknown is how the U.S. will view a study like... Read more
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U TV
Women hand themselves in for supplying abortion pillsyoung women who haven’t the money or resources to fly to England, get an aborti
Women hand themselves in for supplying abortion pills
U TV / Posted 2 days ago
young women who haven’t the money or resources to fly to England, get an abortion legally over there under the same National Health Service and then fly back again.” The women left the police station a few hours after they handed themselves... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Romania: health chiefs, Hewlett Packard probedSRL, the Romanian office of the software company, for updating the institution'
Romania: health chiefs, Hewlett Packard probed
The Record Searchlight / Posted 2 days ago
SRL, the Romanian office of the software company, for updating the institution's software. In the amendments, Romania's national health service agreed to pay 760-800 euros ($850-$895) per person per day for HP's services. Prosecutors said HP... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Romania: health chiefs, Hewlett Packard probedSRL, the Romanian office of the software company, for updating the institution'
Romania: health chiefs, Hewlett Packard probed
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 2 days ago
SRL, the Romanian office of the software company, for updating the institution's software. In the amendments, Romania's national health service agreed to pay 760-800 euros ($850-$895) per person per day for HP's services. Prosecutors said HP... Read more
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ABC News
Romania: Health Chiefs, Hewlett Packard ProbedSRL, the Romanian office of the software company, for updating the institution'
Romania: Health Chiefs, Hewlett Packard Probed
ABC News / Posted 2 days ago
SRL, the Romanian office of the software company, for updating the institution's software. In the amendments, Romania's national health service agreed to pay 760-800 euros ($850-$895) per person per day for HP's services. Prosecutors said HP... Read more
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Wilson County News
America Marches Blindly Toward Single-Payerget an appointment. Patients haven't fared much better under single-payer syst
America Marches Blindly Toward Single-Payer
Wilson County News / Posted 3 days ago
get an appointment. Patients haven't fared much better under single-payer systems abroad. Horror stories from Britain's National Health Service emerge almost daily. Recently, a government investigation found that hospitals are discharging... Read more
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express
NHS boss 'who made mess of NHS' warns Brexit would put healthcare at riskcampaigners say any staffing issues will be more than offset by the reduction o
NHS boss 'who made mess of NHS' warns Brexit would put healthcare at risk
express / Posted 3 days ago
campaigners say any staffing issues will be more than offset by the reduction of non-Britons arriving in the UK to use the National Health Service largely for free. His intervention has caused outrage among Leave campaigners, as his role is meant... Read more
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Christian Today
Woman gives birth at 72 years old after IVF treatment, says her first baby is God's willa sperm sample. The fertilised egg, called an embryo, is then surgically implan
Woman gives birth at 72 years old after IVF treatment, says her first baby is God's will
Christian Today / Posted 3 days ago
a sperm sample. The fertilised egg, called an embryo, is then surgically implanted into the woman's womb, according to the National Health Service U.K. Kaur gave birth to a healthy baby boy on April 19, through caesarean section. The baby has been... Read more
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Orange County Register
Putting cost ahead of medical outcomesNICE. NICE is the public body that establishes health guidelines and assesses
Putting cost ahead of medical outcomes
Orange County Register / Posted 4 days ago
NICE. NICE is the public body that establishes health guidelines and assesses the value of new medical treatments for the National Health Service, Britain’s government-run health care system used by 90 percent of Britons. The recommendations from... Read more
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The Financial Express
Infosys co-founder Narayan Murthy’s son-in-law Rishi Sunak backs Brexitnote, he said “I grew up watching my parents work hard and serve our local comm
Infosys co-founder Narayan Murthy’s son-in-law Rishi Sunak backs Brexit
The Financial Express / Posted 5 days ago
note, he said “I grew up watching my parents work hard and serve our local community with dedication. My dad is a NHS (National Health Service) family GP and my mum ran her own small business, the local chemist shop. Small companies are the... Read more
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dna
Narayan Murthy's son-in-law Rishi Sunak backs Brexitnote, he said "I grew up watching my parents work hard and serve our local comm
Narayan Murthy's son-in-law Rishi Sunak backs Brexit
dna / Posted 6 days ago
note, he said "I grew up watching my parents work hard and serve our local community with dedication. My dad is a NHS (National Health Service) family GP and my mum ran her own small business, the local chemist shop. Small companies are the... Read more
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Swissinfo
Roche’s Perjeta Fails to Win U.K. Backing on ‘Uncertain’ Benefitcontinue treatment until they or their doctors decide it’s appropriate to stop,
Roche’s Perjeta Fails to Win U.K. Backing on ‘Uncertain’ Benefit
Swissinfo / Posted 6 days ago
continue treatment until they or their doctors decide it’s appropriate to stop, NICE said. NICE advises the state-run National Health Service on which treatments represent value for money. The total cost of treatment with Perjeta ranges from... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
When New Zealand was all about fairnessto go to a doctor.They ignored what the Conservative Cameron government in the
When New Zealand was all about fairness
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
to go to a doctor.They ignored what the Conservative Cameron government in the United Kingdom achieved by providing a National Health Service Health check for people turning 65. The UK Government estimated savings to the Health budget of... Read more
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express
Could this be the pill-free cure for common back ache? IT'S estimated that back pain costs £500 million annually to the National Hea
Could this be the pill-free cure for common back ache?
express / Posted 6 days ago
IT'S estimated that back pain costs £500 million annually to the National Health Service in the UK. The Dual Action Roller Massager is a pill-free treatment for chronic back pain Lower back... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Burgers with the most calories at popular food chains2,500 calories per day to maintain his weight, while the average woman needs ab
Burgers with the most calories at popular food chains
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 6 days ago
2,500 calories per day to maintain his weight, while the average woman needs about 2,000 calories per day, according to the National Health Service. Many burgers on the list have more than 1,000 calories, including those from Whataburger, Sonic and... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Why Aren't More People Responding to Your Emails?cover fashion, sports or entertainment. I’m not interested in George Zimmerman,
Why Aren't More People Responding to Your Emails?
Greenwich Time / Posted 7 days ago
cover fashion, sports or entertainment. I’m not interested in George Zimmerman, Justin Bieber or whether or not the UK’s National Health Service will be able to properly take care of the nation’s mentally ill. Yes, I received story pitches on all... Read more
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The News-Times
Why Aren't More People Responding to Your Emails?cover fashion, sports or entertainment. I’m not interested in George Zimmerman,
Why Aren't More People Responding to Your Emails?
The News-Times / Posted 7 days ago
cover fashion, sports or entertainment. I’m not interested in George Zimmerman, Justin Bieber or whether or not the UK’s National Health Service will be able to properly take care of the nation’s mentally ill. Yes, I received story pitches on all... Read more
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express
Cameron warned over devastating Commons defeat as Brexit MPs plot to derail Queen's Speechamendment to yesterday’s Queen’s Speech that would require the Commons to “resp
Cameron warned over devastating Commons defeat as Brexit MPs plot to derail Queen's Speech
express / Posted 7 days ago
amendment to yesterday’s Queen’s Speech that would require the Commons to “respectfully regret that a Bill to protect the National Health Service from the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership was not included in the Gracious... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Tory Eurosceptics join forces with Labour to protect the NHS from TTIPMP and former Tory cabinet minister Peter Lilley states the Commons should “res
Tory Eurosceptics join forces with Labour to protect the NHS from TTIP
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
MP and former Tory cabinet minister Peter Lilley states the Commons should “respectfully regret that a Bill to protect the National Health Service from the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership was not included in the Gracious Speech”. Ms... Read more
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Daily Mirror
MPs brutally heckle Jeremy Corbyn's long speech on Tory cuts for HALF AN HOURand a society offering opportunity for all. Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut a
MPs brutally heckle Jeremy Corbyn's long speech on Tory cuts for HALF AN HOUR
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
and a society offering opportunity for all. Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut adult social care it has an impact on National Health Service accident and emergency departments. "When you saddle young people with more debt you impede their... Read more
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The Financial Express
Queen unveils UK govt’s new agenda ahead of EU referendumincluded 21 bills on issues ranging from a crackdown on extremist preachers in
Queen unveils UK govt’s new agenda ahead of EU referendum
The Financial Express / Posted 8 days ago
included 21 bills on issues ranging from a crackdown on extremist preachers in Britain, charging foreigners for use of the National Health Service (NHS), a major shake-up of the prisons system, support for a spaceport and driverless... Read more
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Bolton News
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'
Bolton News / Posted 8 days ago
to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut adult social care it has an impact on National Health Service accident and emergency departments. "When you saddle young people with more debt you impede their... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut adult social care it has an impact on National Health Service accident and emergency departments. "When you saddle young people with more debt you impede their... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut adult social care it has an impact on National Health Service accident and emergency departments. "When you saddle young people with more debt you impede their... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 8 days ago
to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut adult social care it has an impact on National Health Service accident and emergency departments. "When you saddle young people with more debt you impede their... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut adult social care it has an impact on National Health Service accident and emergency departments. "When you saddle young people with more debt you impede their... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut adult social care it has an impact on National Health Service accident and emergency departments. "When you saddle young people with more debt you impede their... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 8 days ago
to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut adult social care it has an impact on National Health Service accident and emergency departments. "When you saddle young people with more debt you impede their... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you
Corbyn says Government does not understand 'cuts have their consequences'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
to understand that cuts have their consequences." Mr Corbyn went on: "When you cut adult social care it has an impact on National Health Service accident and emergency departments. "When you saddle young people with more debt you impede their... Read more
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express
'Many migrants are illiterate EVEN in their own language' Minister lashes out at refugeesin their own languages Peter Dutton said many migrants will "languish in unemp
'Many migrants are illiterate EVEN in their own language' Minister lashes out at refugees
express / Posted 8 days ago
in their own languages Peter Dutton said many migrants will "languish in unemployment queues" and depend on the country's national health service, placing massive pressure on the taxpayer. Talking this morning, he said: "For many people they... Read more
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FOX News
Nearly a third of women in academic medicine experience sexual harassmenthigher education and research. One thing that has helped to change the culture
Nearly a third of women in academic medicine experience sexual harassment
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
higher education and research. One thing that has helped to change the culture there, Straus notes, is that since 2011 the National Health Service has had a policy of not partnering with medical schools or faculties of medicine for biomedical... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Nearly a third of women in academic medicine experience sexual harassmenthigher education and research. One thing that has helped to change the culture
Nearly a third of women in academic medicine experience sexual harassment
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 8 days ago
higher education and research. One thing that has helped to change the culture there, Straus notes, is that since 2011 the National Health Service has had a policy of not partnering with medical schools or faculties of medicine for biomedical... Read more
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