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Scotsman
Theresa May ‘rules out indyref2’ ahead of Brexit talksthe Brexit deal struck by the UK. Mrs May also restated her opposition to a se
Theresa May ‘rules out indyref2’ ahead of Brexit talks
Scotsman / Posted 50 minutes ago
the Brexit deal struck by the UK. Mrs May also restated her opposition to a second independence referendum, saying Scotland’s trading relationship with the rest of the UK was more important than its economic links to Europe. She said: “What I... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Colombia’s undecided: Can all be forgiven after so much pain and loss?The historic deal to end Colombia’s five-decade guerrilla war must now be put t
Colombia’s undecided: Can all be forgiven after so much pain and loss?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 55 minutes ago
The historic deal to end Colombia’s five-decade guerrilla war must now be put to a nationwide referendum. But as Stephanie Nolen writes, for those whose lives were forever changed by violence, letting go of the past is proving to be a battle all its... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Colombia’s undecided: Can all be forgiven after so much pain and loss?The historic deal to end Colombia’s five-decade guerrilla war must now be put t
Colombia’s undecided: Can all be forgiven after so much pain and loss?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 59 minutes ago
The historic deal to end Colombia’s five-decade guerrilla war must now be put to a nationwide referendum. But as Stephanie Nolen writes, for those whose lives were forever changed by violence, letting go of the past is proving to be a battle all its... Read more
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Torontoist
Strengthen Open Government With Laws, Not Just PoliciesPolicies can easily be ignored or discarded. The principle of open government d
Strengthen Open Government With Laws, Not Just Policies
Torontoist / Posted an hour ago
Policies can easily be ignored or discarded. The principle of open government deserves better. Policy isn’t law. In these slightly euphoric times when all orders of Canadian government are celebrating their commitments to openness, open government,... Read more
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Reuters
German minister heads to Iran, business ties still limitedGerman Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel attends a press conference after the Fra
German minister heads to Iran, business ties still limited
Reuters / Posted an hour ago
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel attends a press conference after the Franco-German Financial Council meeting in Berlin, Germany, September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt BERLIN German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel heads to Iran next week... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
German minister heads to Iran, business ties still limitedBERLIN: German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel heads to Iran next week with a p
German minister heads to Iran, business ties still limited
Channel NewsAsia / Posted an hour ago
BERLIN: German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel heads to Iran next week with a planeful of industry executives keen to rebuild trade ties, but remaining U.S. sanctions and political concerns are holding back a hoped-for business boom. Gabriel says a... Read more
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OJornal News
East Timor officials visit MA. and R.I. East Timor's former President Xanana Gusmão and Prime Minister Rui Maria de A
East Timor officials visit MA. and R.I.
OJornal News / Posted 3 hours ago
East Timor's former President Xanana Gusmão and Prime Minister Rui Maria de Araújo listen to State Rep. António Cabral´s remarks at a reception in their honor held at the New Bedford Whaling Museum on Sept.... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
What a big Ed Ruscha exhibition misses about Southern Californiain glorifying something that we in the world would say doesn’t deserve being gl
What a big Ed Ruscha exhibition misses about Southern California
Los Angeles Times / Posted 3 hours ago
in glorifying something that we in the world would say doesn’t deserve being glorified,” Ed Ruscha told the Guardian’s Leo Benedictus in 2008. Ostensibly he was speaking only about the household objects, corporate logos and generic... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
UK heading for hard Brexit, say European diplomatsEuropean diplomats are increasingly convinced the UK will sever economic ties w
UK heading for hard Brexit, say European diplomats
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 hours ago
European diplomats are increasingly convinced the UK will sever economic ties with the continent when it leaves the European Union, as hopes of a special partnership languish. As the European commission’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Imperatives of Harnessing Nigeria's Maritime Potentialto the global economy. Shipping is perhaps the most international of all the w
The Imperatives of Harnessing Nigeria's Maritime Potential
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 hours ago
to the global economy. Shipping is perhaps the most international of all the world's great industries. The ownership and management chain surrounding any particular vessel can embrace many different countries. It is not unusual to find that... Read more
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International Business Times
Isle of Man's economic resilience will help it weather the 'domino effect' of BrexitAs a Crown dependency, the Isle of Man (IoM) had little say in the UK's vote to
Isle of Man's economic resilience will help it weather the 'domino effect' of Brexit
International Business Times / Posted 5 hours ago
As a Crown dependency, the Isle of Man (IoM) had little say in the UK's vote to leave the European Union, but its economic resilience is likely to hold the territory in good stead when it comes to coping with post-Brexit risk, according a senior... Read more
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The Hill
The Hyde Amendment: where the fight for economic equality and reproductive access collidebeen forty years since the Hyde Amendment was passed. The amendment discriminat
The Hyde Amendment: where the fight for economic equality and reproductive access collide
The Hill / Posted 5 hours ago
been forty years since the Hyde Amendment was passed. The amendment discriminates against millions of low-income women by banning coverage of abortion under Medicaid, denying them much needed reproductive care. Hyde is an example of how... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Boise Airport wants to grow, but keep its small-city feelSept. 29--Could the Boise Airport become a regional hub for business travel? Wi
Boise Airport wants to grow, but keep its small-city feel
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 7 hours ago
Sept. 29--Could the Boise Airport become a regional hub for business travel? Will a facility for loading and unloading air, rail and truck freight materialize near the airport? Will we ever get a nonstop to a major East Coast destination? The truth... Read more
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The New Statesman
Theresa May and the resurgence of the stateTheresa May entered office in more tumultuous circumstances than any other prim
Theresa May and the resurgence of the state
The New Statesman / Posted 8 hours ago
Theresa May entered office in more tumultuous circumstances than any other prime minister since 1945. The UK’s vote to leave the European Union was a remarkable rebuke to the political and business establishment and an outcome for which few had... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Cosatu Northern Cape PEC StatementThe Congress of South African Trade Unions in the Northern Cape held a meeting
Cosatu Northern Cape PEC Statement
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 hours ago
The Congress of South African Trade Unions in the Northern Cape held a meeting of the Provincial Executive Committee on Tuesday, 27 September 2016 at La'd'da Lodge in Kimberley. The meeting was attended by representatives from the affiliated unions... Read more
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Asia Sentinel
India strikes terror camps in Pakistan alongside non-military offensiveIndia has launched moves against Pakistan in the past few days that have culmin
India strikes terror camps in Pakistan alongside non-military offensive
Asia Sentinel / Posted 11 hours ago
India has launched moves against Pakistan in the past few days that have culminated in an announcement that the Indian army conducted “surgical strikes” last night against alleged terrorist camps across the disputed Line of Control (LoC) border in... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
Autumn's asset allocation Come early December all eyes will be on the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Phil
Autumn's asset allocation
Investors Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
Come early December all eyes will be on the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, as he delivers his Autumn Statement. This annual act of economic window-dressing has always seemed seasonally out of place occurring... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Playing politics over refugeesSo how low can Donald Trump really go? Just when you think the ever-engaging fr
Playing politics over refugees
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 17 hours ago
So how low can Donald Trump really go? Just when you think the ever-engaging freak show that is this US election cannot get any more interesting, the Republican nominee comes up with something more absurd and insensitive to sustain the interest of... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Trump’s bullying arroganceWhat a super weird phenomenon — that out of control bully Republican Party pres
Trump’s bullying arrogance
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 17 hours ago
What a super weird phenomenon — that out of control bully Republican Party presidential elections candidate Donald J. Trump. The more he lies, the more he is believed by his public which glorifies under-education. And the greater the manifestations... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Indispensable IndiaSometimes rather odd cultural gatherings can be among the most revealing. A rou
Indispensable India
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 17 hours ago
Sometimes rather odd cultural gatherings can be among the most revealing. A round-table seminar on “Cultural bonds in India-Egypt relations” at the Maulana Azad Centre for Indian Culture (MACIC), Embassy of India, Cairo – one of the most active... Read more
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J Weekly
lettersA shrine to tolerance shows grave insensitivity The opinion piece by Rabbi Abr
letters
J Weekly / Posted 21 hours ago
A shrine to tolerance shows grave insensitivity The opinion piece by Rabbi Abraham Cooper (“Museum of Tolerance not being built atop Muslim cemetery,” Sept. 23) takes issue with my assertion that the Wiesenthal Center is knowingly building its... Read more
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The Hindu
Kumar Ketkar writes on Maratha community protests: A silence that’s deafeningrecent Maratha protest marches across Maharashtra, while a reflection of the fa
Kumar Ketkar writes on Maratha community protests: A silence that’s deafening
The Hindu / Posted 23 hours ago
recent Maratha protest marches across Maharashtra, while a reflection of the farming crisis in the State, are essentially an expression of marginalisation of the community’s lower and middle rungs. If any political leader or pundit were to have... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Author's Page for Pete TuckerPete Tucker is an independent DC reporter. You can find his work at TheFightBac
Author's Page for Pete Tucker
Op-Ed News / Posted yesterday
Pete Tucker is an independent DC reporter. You can find his work at TheFightBack.org OpEdNews Member for 310 week(s) and 0 day(s) Thursday, September 29, 2016 See Ya, Kaya: About that Legacy of Progress' Kaya Henderson, who resigns Friday, has been... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Shuffle not the solutionSabelo Nsele, The Witness KwaZulu-Natal ANC Chairman Sihle Zikalala. Picture:
Shuffle not the solution
News 24 South Africa / Posted yesterday
Sabelo Nsele, The Witness KwaZulu-Natal ANC Chairman Sihle Zikalala. Picture: TEBOGO LETSIE Pietermaritzburg - Addressing issues of deployment alone would not bring about unity and cohesion in the province, the SA Communist Party has told its... Read more
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Slate
David Plouffe Isn’t Worried About Trump—and He’s Confident in ClintonDavid Plouffe Isn’t WorriedThe manager of Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign on why h
David Plouffe Isn’t Worried About Trump—and He’s Confident in Clinton
Slate / Posted yesterday
David Plouffe Isn’t WorriedThe manager of Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign on why he’s not afraid of Trump—and why he’s confident in Clinton. David Plouffe may be most famous for his role in managing Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign, but in the 2016... Read more
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The New Statesman
If you don’t know what a Fwooper is by now, where have you been?Theresa May entered office in more tumultuous circumstances than any other prim
If you don’t know what a Fwooper is by now, where have you been?
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
Theresa May entered office in more tumultuous circumstances than any other prime minister since 1945. The UK’s vote to leave the European Union was a remarkable rebuke to the political and business establishment and an outcome for which few had... Read more
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The New Statesman
Niall Horan just released his first solo single, and it sounds a lot like a One Direction songTheresa May entered office in more tumultuous circumstances than any other prim
Niall Horan just released his first solo single, and it sounds a lot like a One Direction song
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
Theresa May entered office in more tumultuous circumstances than any other prime minister since 1945. The UK’s vote to leave the European Union was a remarkable rebuke to the political and business establishment and an outcome for which few had... Read more
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The Atlantic
Inequality in American Public ParksMINNEAPOLIS—Racial and economic inequalities are well documented in American ho
Inequality in American Public Parks
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
MINNEAPOLIS—Racial and economic inequalities are well documented in American housing, education, and criminal justice. But little attention has been paid to disparities in access to the country’s public parks. In America, bike trails and baseball... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Toxic air pollution concentrated at small number of sitesEVANSVILLE, Ind. — To see one of the country’s largest coal-fired power plants,
Toxic air pollution concentrated at small number of sites
The Arizona Republic / Posted yesterday
EVANSVILLE, Ind. — To see one of the country’s largest coal-fired power plants, head northwest from this Ohio River city. Or east, because there’s another in the region. In fact, nearly every direction you go will take you to a coal plant — seven... Read more
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Aljazeera
Ukraine's battle between the banks and the borrowersLviv, Ukraine - Maria Baranska, a 68-eight-year-old grandmother of four, could
Ukraine's battle between the banks and the borrowers
Aljazeera / Posted yesterday
Lviv, Ukraine - Maria Baranska, a 68-eight-year-old grandmother of four, could pass as a poster child for Ukraine's post-Soviet economy. Two decades ago, in 1996, Baranska pooled a lifetime of savings to become the proprietor of the photo studio... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Iceland's Pirates head for power on wave of public angerREYKJAVIK: A party that hangs a skull-and-crossbones flag at its HQ, and promis
Iceland's Pirates head for power on wave of public anger
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
REYKJAVIK: A party that hangs a skull-and-crossbones flag at its HQ, and promises to clean up corruption, grant asylum to Edward Snowden and accept the bitcoin virtual currency, could be on course to form the next Icelandic government. The Pirate... Read more
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New Kerala
Changing face of Indian residential real estate as per JLL India - newkerala.com #125597NK Business, New Delhi [India], Sept.29 : The Indian residential real estate ma
Changing face of Indian residential real estate as per JLL India - newkerala.com #125597
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
NK Business, New Delhi [India], Sept.29 : The Indian residential real estate market has been going through a churning process for past few years and as mentioned in our age old mythological scriptures, such an amrit-manthan did bring out the nectar!... Read more
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iol.co.za
‘Hard Brexit’ on the horizon?The UK “cannot have the advantages of the European Union without carrying out t
‘Hard Brexit’ on the horizon?
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
The UK “cannot have the advantages of the European Union without carrying out the obligations”, Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan said in an interview with Bloomberg Television. Such intransigence may mean Prime Minister Theresa May ends up... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Coordination Meeting Ends With Calls for Accelerated Implementation and Recognition of Challenges AheadA regional corridor meeting, held in Abidjan, on the Abidjan-Lagos Corridor con
Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Coordination Meeting Ends With Calls for Accelerated Implementation and Recognition of Challenges Ahead
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
A regional corridor meeting, held in Abidjan, on the Abidjan-Lagos Corridor concluded Monday with calls for renewed commitment, accelerated implementation while also recognising the challenges ahead to ensure improved efficiency on the corridor. The... Read more
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Pasadena Weekly
Predator BankingWells Fargo CEO John Stumpf was on the hot seat last week when he faced US Sen.
Predator Banking
Pasadena Weekly / Posted yesterday
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf was on the hot seat last week when he faced US Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and other angry lawmakers at a Senate Banking Committee hearing designed to investigate the bank’s widespread rip-off of its... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Candidate Q&As: 52nd Illinois Senate DistrictIn the fourth in a series of candidate Q&As to run between now and Nov. 8, we s
Candidate Q&As: 52nd Illinois Senate District
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted yesterday
In the fourth in a series of candidate Q&As to run between now and Nov. 8, we spotlight the 52nd Illinois Senate District race, pitting Democratic Sen. Scott Bennett, who was appointed to the position in 2015 against Republican challenger Mike... Read more
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dna
Who’s afraid of Gandhi? The politics of statuary in AfricaIn April 2015, the statue of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in Gandhi Square, Johan
Who’s afraid of Gandhi? The politics of statuary in Africa
dna / Posted yesterday
In April 2015, the statue of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in Gandhi Square, Johannesburg was almost covered with white paint by a young protestor before he was arrested. The previous months had seen a sustained agitation at the University of Cape Town... Read more
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The New Statesman
Leader: Theresa May and the resurgence of the stateTheresa May entered office in more tumultuous circumstances than any other prim
Leader: Theresa May and the resurgence of the state
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
Theresa May entered office in more tumultuous circumstances than any other prime minister since 1945. The UK’s vote to leave the European Union was a remarkable rebuke to the political and business establishment and an outcome for which few had... Read more
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York Daily Record
Toxic air pollution concentrated at small number of sitesEVANSVILLE, Ind. — To see one of the country’s largest coal-fired power plants,
Toxic air pollution concentrated at small number of sites
York Daily Record / Posted yesterday
EVANSVILLE, Ind. — To see one of the country’s largest coal-fired power plants, head northwest from this Ohio River city. Or east, because there’s another in the region. In fact, nearly every direction you go will take you to a coal plant — seven... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
World Maritime Day - Imperative of Harnessing Nigeria's Maritime Potentialsto the global economy. Shipping is perhaps the most international of all the w
World Maritime Day - Imperative of Harnessing Nigeria's Maritime Potentials
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
to the global economy. Shipping is perhaps the most international of all the world's great industries. The ownership and management chain surrounding any particular vessel can embrace many different countries. It is not unusual to find that... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
SDGs in 365 Days - How Has Nigeria Fared?A year after the adoption of the 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
SDGs in 365 Days - How Has Nigeria Fared?
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
A year after the adoption of the 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) many Nigerians are concerned that the country has not achieved a reasonable level of realisation under the current administration, with various challenges arising from... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
AU Passport - Road to United States of Africa?One of the key highlights of the 27th Ordinary Session of the African Union Ass
AU Passport - Road to United States of Africa?
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
One of the key highlights of the 27th Ordinary Session of the African Union Assembly of Heads of State and Government, which held in Kigali, Rwanda in July 2016, was the launch of the African Union passport. Remarkably Idris Deby, the Chairperson of... Read more
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The New Statesman
Commons Confidential: Smith, selfies and pushy sonsJeremy Corbyn was on the BBC’s Today programme yesterday morning, answering que
Commons Confidential: Smith, selfies and pushy sons
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
Jeremy Corbyn was on the BBC’s Today programme yesterday morning, answering questions about policy ahead of his party conference speech. The main line of questioning was on immigration, something Corbyn and his team have had to think hard about in... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Bangkok Post Forum: Developed country by 2036, says PM: to agree that something is true, especially when you are unhappy, sorry or su
Bangkok Post Forum: Developed country by 2036, says PM
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
: to agree that something is true, especially when you are unhappy, sorry or surprised about it - ยอมรับ agreement (noun): an arrangement, a promise or a contract made with somebody - ข้อตกลง, คำสัญญา aim : to have as your purpose or goal -... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Young Professionals driving change in the Magic Citymembers met at Sept. 20 at the Birmingham Public Library. Board members, bottom
Young Professionals driving change in the Magic City
The Birmingham Times / Posted yesterday
members met at Sept. 20 at the Birmingham Public Library. Board members, bottom row from left, Latasha Watters, Tevis Owens and Leah Bigbee. Back row, seated, Eric Martin Scott, Alexis Barton, Tiffanie Jeter, Sebrina Stoutemire, James Sullivan and... Read more
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heraldscotland
No special migration deal for Scotland following Brexit vote, insists UK GovernmentThis week, she also insisted there was “no clear mandate for a hard Brexit,” an
No special migration deal for Scotland following Brexit vote, insists UK Government
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
This week, she also insisted there was “no clear mandate for a hard Brexit,” and that retaining membership of the European single market with free movement of people appeared the “most obvious consensus position that we should try to work... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria Lost N61 Trillion to Non-Passage of PIB - NeitiThe Nigerian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, yesterday, called o
Nigeria Lost N61 Trillion to Non-Passage of PIB - Neiti
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
The Nigerian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, yesterday, called on President Muhammadu Buhari to take urgent steps to halt the unending delay in the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill, PIB, stating that the country has lost $200... Read more
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Mong Palatino
Mong Palatino » Blog Archive » 10 things to know about the peace talks between the communists and the government of the PhilippinesPublished by Bulatlat 1. A civil war has been raging in the countryside since
Mong Palatino » Blog Archive » 10 things to know about the peace talks between the communists and the government of the Philippines
Mong Palatino / Posted yesterday
Published by Bulatlat 1. A civil war has been raging in the countryside since 1969. Landlessness, feudal exploitation, state brutality against the poor and marginalized – these are some of the issues that led to the formation of the New People’s... Read more
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The Irish Times
Automated cars will be a game changer for the motor insurance sectorWe are beginning to enter the twilight of the driving era as we know it and in
Automated cars will be a game changer for the motor insurance sector
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
We are beginning to enter the twilight of the driving era as we know it and in a few decades, it will be rare for humans to be in control of a tonne of metal travelling in excess of 100km per hour. For those of us with young children, the likelihood... Read more
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