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chroniclelive
Migration helps the North East and the UK as a whole - but we have to keep upTheir focus is shifting to the issues of ‘sovereignty’ and EU migration. Some o
Migration helps the North East and the UK as a whole - but we have to keep up
chroniclelive / Posted an hour ago
Their focus is shifting to the issues of ‘sovereignty’ and EU migration. Some on the Remain side appear reluctant to tackle head-on the EU migration issue. I want to look at the facts about EU migration and challenge the economic myths which abound... Read more
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The New Statesman
In this week's magazine | The Brexit odd squadThe Brexit odd squad27 May - 2 June issue Cover Story: The Brexit odd squad.
In this week's magazine | The Brexit odd squad
The New Statesman / Posted 3 hours ago
The Brexit odd squad27 May - 2 June issue Cover Story: The Brexit odd squad. Stephen Bush on how a ragtag bunch of anti-Europeans rattled the Establishment. Diary: Stanley Johnson on disagreeing with Boris on Brexit – and Iain Duncan Smith, the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of th
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of the NSW Treasury have peered into the future. They see a state that's richer and more densely populated but one with creakier knees and where social services are under... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of th
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of the NSW Treasury have peered into the future. They see a state that's richer and more densely populated but one with creakier knees and where social services are under... Read more
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The Young Witness
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of th
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056
The Young Witness / Posted 4 hours ago
What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of the NSW Treasury have peered into the future. They see a state that's richer and more densely populated but one with creakier knees and where social services are under... Read more
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EuroNews
Center stage: Salzburg Whitsun FestivalTHEPOWER OF THEVOICE. In the art of opera, the voices of solo singers and choru
Center stage: Salzburg Whitsun Festival
EuroNews / Posted 4 hours ago
THEPOWER OF THEVOICE. In the art of opera, the voices of solo singers and choruses unite with the work of composers, librettists, directors, conductors and orchestras to create unique lyrical and dramatic compositions ‘West Side Story’Broadway comes... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The seven charts that show the changing face of NSWThe guardians of the NSW Treasury have peered into the future. They see a state
The seven charts that show the changing face of NSW
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
The guardians of the NSW Treasury have peered into the future. They see a state that's richer and more densely populated but one with creakier knees and where social services are under pressure. The state government's five-yearly intergenerational... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of th
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of the NSW Treasury have peered into the future. They see a state that's richer and more densely populated but one with creakier knees and where social services are under... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of th
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 hours ago
What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of the NSW Treasury have peered into the future. They see a state that's richer and more densely populated but one with creakier knees and where social services are under... Read more
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The Border Mail
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of th
Bigger, richer, greyer: What NSW will look like in 2056
The Border Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
What will NSW be like in 2056? And where will we all live? The guardians of the NSW Treasury have peered into the future. They see a state that's richer and more densely populated but one with creakier knees and where social services are under... Read more
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Tom's Hardware
A New Strategy: 'Civilization VI,' Hands Onafter Firaxis Games revealed Civilization VI, the development studio, along wit
A New Strategy: 'Civilization VI,' Hands On
Tom's Hardware / Posted 4 hours ago
after Firaxis Games revealed Civilization VI, the development studio, along with its publisher, 2K Games, invited me to Santa Monica for a sneak preview of the next chapter in the popular strategy series. Like its numbered predecessors, this game... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Niger Delta Scavengersnew champion of the Niger Delta has hatched out of its polluted creeks. It is a
Niger Delta Scavengers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 hours ago
new champion of the Niger Delta has hatched out of its polluted creeks. It is armed to the teeth with assault rifles, bombs and ocean-wide expectations of becoming the next militant-multimillionaires through government pay-offs to ensure peaceful... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
Sides clash in EU debate at PetrocBrexit campaigners Philip Milton, Leonie Milton, Stuart Robertson; Petroc assis
Sides clash in EU debate at Petroc
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 8 hours ago
Brexit campaigners Philip Milton, Leonie Milton, Stuart Robertson; Petroc assistant principle Craig Litster; Stronger In campaigners David Chalmers, Jon Price, Becca Ridley and Andrew Penfold Representatives of Stronger In and Brexit debated key... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Sanders not ruling out 'messy' season for partyLOS ANGELES -- Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says the Democr
Sanders not ruling out 'messy' season for party
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 9 hours ago
LOS ANGELES -- Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia and his push to make the party more inclusive could get "messy." But, he asserted in an interview, "Democracy is not always nice... Read more
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Salon.com
Students vs. neoliberals: The unreported conflict at the heart of our campus culture warsThis piece originally appeared on During the past academic year, an upsurge of
Students vs. neoliberals: The unreported conflict at the heart of our campus culture wars
Salon.com / Posted 10 hours ago
This piece originally appeared on During the past academic year, an upsurge of student activism, a movement of millennials, has swept campuses across the country and attracted the attention of the media. From coast to coast, from the Ivy League to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Africa Day - Africans Want Free Movement But Resist IntegrationFor advocates of regional integration as a path toward economic and political p
Africa Day - Africans Want Free Movement But Resist Integration
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 hours ago
For advocates of regional integration as a path toward economic and political power for Africa, Afrobarometer's latest survey findings suggest that many citizens still need to be convinced of the benefits of integration. The findings, which are... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury could lead 'Northern renaissance' — ProfSudbury could be the centre of a "Northern renaissance," David Robinson believe
Sudbury could lead 'Northern renaissance' — Prof
The Sudbury Star / Posted 13 hours ago
Sudbury could be the centre of a "Northern renaissance," David Robinson believes, if Northern Ontario had more control over its destiny and its economic development. Robinson, a Laurentian University economics professor, wrote a report entitled... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The cost of cash isn’t stopping people from using itHow Canadians interact with money - both physical and digital - is changing as
The cost of cash isn’t stopping people from using it
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
How Canadians interact with money - both physical and digital - is changing as financial technology evolves. The Dominion of Canada $4 note is an officious souvenir from late Victorian times, as quaint and useless as today’s polymer bills may one... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Political Polarity Shift - "Trigger Happy Hillary" Making Dems The War PartyAmericans are rejecting imperialism – on both sides of the political spectrum
Political Polarity Shift - "Trigger Happy Hillary" Making Dems The War Party
Zero Hedge / Posted 18 hours ago
Americans are rejecting imperialism – on both sides of the political spectrum As Bob Dylan put it, “the times they are a changing!” – and that is certainly the case when it comes to the debate over US foreign policy this election season. A recent... Read more
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Raw Story
Here are 11 questions you can ask Libertarians to see if they’re hypocritesLibertarians have a problem. Their political philosophy all but died out in the
Here are 11 questions you can ask Libertarians to see if they’re hypocrites
Raw Story / Posted 19 hours ago
Libertarians have a problem. Their political philosophy all but died out in the mid- to late-20th century, but was revived by billionaires and corporations that found them politically useful. And yet libertarianism retains the qualities that led to... Read more
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Mashable
Oil giants Exxon and Chevron face major climate change testsOn Wednesday, the oil giants ExxonMobil Corp. and Chevron both face landmark vo
Oil giants Exxon and Chevron face major climate change tests
Mashable / Posted 19 hours ago
On Wednesday, the oil giants ExxonMobil Corp. and Chevron both face landmark votes on shareholder resolutions that signify just how far the climate movement has come in the past few years. There are nine shareholder resolutions pending votes at the... Read more
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USA Today
Sen. Bernie Sanders aims to maximize impact on Democratic platformWASHINGTON -- One is a climate activist who has led major acts of civil disobed
Sen. Bernie Sanders aims to maximize impact on Democratic platform
USA Today / Posted 20 hours ago
WASHINGTON -- One is a climate activist who has led major acts of civil disobedience. Another is a civil rights leader who was arrested as part of the Occupy Wall Street movement. There are no shrinking violets among the supporters Sen. Bernie... Read more
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Raw Story
Why Andrew Sullivan’s critique of the Trump phenomenon gets everything backwardWhat is all the fuss about? Sullivan, in critiquing the Donald Trump phenomenon
Why Andrew Sullivan’s critique of the Trump phenomenon gets everything backward
Raw Story / Posted yesterday
What is all the fuss about? Sullivan, in critiquing the Donald Trump phenomenon and the political factors that gave rise to it, makes a few good points, but buries them under a ridiculous premise: The culprit responsible for Trump is too much... Read more
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DW
Too critical for the Kremlin? |Politics or business? That's usually the most-debated issue when there's a chan
Too critical for the Kremlin? |
DW / Posted yesterday
Politics or business? That's usually the most-debated issue when there's a change at the top of anyof Russia's influential media. The case of RBC media holding is no exception. For days, people have wondered why three top journalists had to... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Freelancers Make Up 34 Percent of the U.S. Workforce. Here's How to Find, Hire and Manage Them.According to a 2014 study commissioned by the Freelancers Union, 53 million Ame
Freelancers Make Up 34 Percent of the U.S. Workforce. Here's How to Find, Hire and Manage Them.
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
According to a 2014 study commissioned by the Freelancers Union, 53 million Americans are independent workers -- about 34 percent of the total workforce. This number is expected to balloon to 50 percent by 2020. While the names associated with... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Freelancers Make Up 34 Percent of the U.S. Workforce. Here's How to Find, Hire and Manage Them.According to a 2014 study commissioned by the Freelancers Union, 53 million Ame
Freelancers Make Up 34 Percent of the U.S. Workforce. Here's How to Find, Hire and Manage Them.
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
According to a 2014 study commissioned by the Freelancers Union, 53 million Americans are independent workers -- about 34 percent of the total workforce. This number is expected to balloon to 50 percent by 2020. While the names associated with... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Freelancers Make Up 34 Percent of the U.S. Workforce. Here's How to Find, Hire and Manage Them.According to a 2014 study commissioned by the Freelancers Union, 53 million Ame
Freelancers Make Up 34 Percent of the U.S. Workforce. Here's How to Find, Hire and Manage Them.
Greenwich Time / Posted yesterday
According to a 2014 study commissioned by the Freelancers Union, 53 million Americans are independent workers -- about 34 percent of the total workforce. This number is expected to balloon to 50 percent by 2020. While the names associated with... Read more
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Evening Standard
How football became one of the battlegrounds in the Brexit campaignIt seems simple. If you want England to win the World Cup, vote to leave the Eu
How football became one of the battlegrounds in the Brexit campaign
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
It seems simple. If you want England to win the World Cup, vote to leave the European Union on June 23. If you value star players at your Premier League club, tick the box marked Remain. Football has become one of the battlegrounds in the Brexit... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Destructive Legacy of Housing Segregationfrom the nation’s middle class. Half a century later, consider the geography of
The Destructive Legacy of Housing Segregation
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
from the nation’s middle class. Half a century later, consider the geography of inequality. In 1970, about 15 percent of urban families lived in neighborhoods that were either extremely poor or extremely wealthy. That figure had risen to 34 percent... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Who Needs the So-Called Third Way and Why?ZIMBABWE is a country of a myriad of internal contradictions. Many a foreigner
Who Needs the So-Called Third Way and Why?
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
ZIMBABWE is a country of a myriad of internal contradictions. Many a foreigner are surprised as to why the country is beset by so many a socio-politico-economic vicissitudes. A wise saying goes posits that a nation gets leaders that they deserve.... Read more
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The Atlantic
How to Undermine Your Own RevolutionBernie Sanders’s beliefs have been obvious from the start. He thinks wealthy el
How to Undermine Your Own Revolution
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
Bernie Sanders’s beliefs have been obvious from the start. He thinks wealthy elites exert too much influence over American politics. He wants the U.S. government to lessen income inequality. He believes climate change is a pressing threat to the... Read more
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Miami New Times
Angry About Florida's Ruined Waters, Fishermen Unite Against Big SugarFishing guide Mike Conner putters his skiff across the Indian River Lagoon near
Angry About Florida's Ruined Waters, Fishermen Unite Against Big Sugar
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
Fishing guide Mike Conner putters his skiff across the Indian River Lagoon near Stuart, about a two-hour drive north of Miami. He used to bring clients from all over the United States here to stalk delicious pompano, yard-long snook, and the Holy... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Italy's 5-Star sees Rome vote paving way to governmentROME: "O-ne-sta ! O-ne-sta! O-ne-sta!" When Virginia Raggi, the anti-establish
Italy's 5-Star sees Rome vote paving way to government
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
ROME: "O-ne-sta ! O-ne-sta! O-ne-sta!" When Virginia Raggi, the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement's candidate for Rome mayor, arrived at a modest pizzeria in the city for a fund-raising event, her supporters greeted her with a rhythmic call for... Read more
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The Star
Italy's 5-Star sees Rome vote paving way to governmentROME (Reuters) - "O-ne-sta ! O-ne-sta! O-ne-sta!" When Virginia Raggi, the ant
Italy's 5-Star sees Rome vote paving way to government
The Star / Posted yesterday
ROME (Reuters) - "O-ne-sta ! O-ne-sta! O-ne-sta!" When Virginia Raggi, the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement's candidate for Rome mayor, arrived at a modest pizzeria in the city for a fund-raising event, her supporters greeted her with a rhythmic... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
We'll Fight ThemDr. Joseph Mills Jones, ex-governor of the Central Bank of Liberia is not a hap
We'll Fight Them
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Dr. Joseph Mills Jones, ex-governor of the Central Bank of Liberia is not a happy man. Now a presidential hopeful, he claims a calculated smear campaign thru gossips by unidentified persons have been launched against his personality both at the... Read more
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Scotsman
Tom Harris: Holyrood or EU judges in Luxembourg? You choosechoose Boris Johnson promotes arguments for leaving, which could include powers
Tom Harris: Holyrood or EU judges in Luxembourg? You choose
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
choose Boris Johnson promotes arguments for leaving, which could include powers to charge EU students at Scots universities and to set fisheries policy. Picture: PA IN THE second of our series of key voices in the debate over Scotland’s future, Tom... Read more
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The Financial Express
10 stocks to consider for your portfolio post their Q4 resultsQ4 earnings: Profits, for a clutch of 686 companies (excluding banks and financ
10 stocks to consider for your portfolio post their Q4 results
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
Q4 earnings: Profits, for a clutch of 686 companies (excluding banks and financials, Cairn and Vedanta), in the three months to March, have risen 27 per cent year-on-year, thanks to a near 400 basis points drop in the share of raw materials to sales... Read more
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iol.co.za
A novel perspective on SASouth Africans can now view their beloved country like never before: from 400km
A novel perspective on SA
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
South Africans can now view their beloved country like never before: from 400km in space. Cape Town satellite company Space Commercial Services Aerospace Group (SCSAG) has acquired the rights to distribute high-resolution satellite images of the... Read more
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Aljazeera
Can the UN stop violence against women and girls?Bogota, Colombia - Since it was formed in 2010, UN Women has carried the mandat
Can the UN stop violence against women and girls?
Aljazeera / Posted yesterday
Bogota, Colombia - Since it was formed in 2010, UN Women has carried the mandate of promoting gender equality and women's empowerment across the globe. Success has been mostly patchy for an agency that must navigate social and cultural barriers and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Has Liberalisation Delivered Uganda From Hell?Uganda’s current liberalisation policy and Capital Account allows foreign inves
Has Liberalisation Delivered Uganda From Hell?
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Uganda’s current liberalisation policy and Capital Account allows foreign investors to repatriate their profits. The birth of economic liberalisation at national level, in modern times, could in a way, be traced back to the US in 1978 under the... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Story of cities #49: the long road to Rawabi, Palestine's first planned cityIn a hi-vis jacket and jeans, Shadia Jaradat pauses on a tour of Rawabi, a new
Story of cities #49: the long road to Rawabi, Palestine's first planned city
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
In a hi-vis jacket and jeans, Shadia Jaradat pauses on a tour of Rawabi, a new city rising out of a West Bank hill, to point up at the top floor of an apartment block. “That one is mine,” she says with visible pride, before continuing her exposition... Read more
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The New Yorker
The New Activism of Campus LifeAt Oberlin, it started in December, when the temperatures ran high, although th
The New Activism of Campus Life
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
At Oberlin, it started in December, when the temperatures ran high, although the weeping willows and the yellow poplars that had flared in the fall were bare already. Problems had a tendency to escalate. There was, to name one thing, the food fight:... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Divisive labour reforms should be tougher: France's economic ministerPARIS: French labour reforms that have sparked strikes and divided the Socialis
Divisive labour reforms should be tougher: France's economic minister
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
PARIS: French labour reforms that have sparked strikes and divided the Socialists' governing majority need to go further, according to Emmanuel Macron, the economy minister widely seen as a potential contender in next year's presidential... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Changing the Cabinet and the ConstitutionAs the Duterte administration is being assembled, I am staying away from commen
Changing the Cabinet and the Constitution
Manila Standard Today / Posted yesterday
As the Duterte administration is being assembled, I am staying away from commenting on the individual strengths and weaknesses of the names that have been proposed. Suffice it to say that there are good people in the incoming cabinet—with solid and... Read more
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NBC News
Queen of African Music, Angélique Kidjo, Talks Music and New CareerSinger-songwriter Angélique Kidjo is widely considered one of the greatest arti
Queen of African Music, Angélique Kidjo, Talks Music and New Career
NBC News / Posted yesterday
Singer-songwriter Angélique Kidjo is widely considered one of the greatest artists in international music today. The now three-time Grammy winner took home her latest musical honor in the Best World Music category for her song, "Sings" during... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Brexit debate hears arguments for and against EU membershipSovereignty, security, trade and jobs dominated discussions when a Brexit debat
Brexit debate hears arguments for and against EU membership
Nottingham Post / Posted yesterday
Sovereignty, security, trade and jobs dominated discussions when a Brexit debate was held for professionals from Nottingham's business community. Gemma Toulson reports. The case for and against Britain leaving the European Union were argued at a... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Phone transcript suggests plot to bring down Brazil's President Dilma Rousseffwhose centre-right cabinet includes seven ministers implicated by the Lava Jato
Phone transcript suggests plot to bring down Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
whose centre-right cabinet includes seven ministers implicated by the Lava Jato (Car Wash) investigation into kickbacks and money laundering at the state-run oil company Petrobras. Temer took power earlier this month after the senate initiated... Read more
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CNBC
These slow and steady stocks should win the race: ExpertsSlow and steady stocks may be just the right investment in this market environm
These slow and steady stocks should win the race: Experts
CNBC / Posted yesterday
Slow and steady stocks may be just the right investment in this market environment, as long as they are the right ones, CastleArk Management Chief Investment Officer Jerry Castellini said Monday. That's because the market has reached a point where... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
YOUNG: Proper paths for cyclists long overdueIt has been reported that Montreal is going to spend $15 million to revamp bike
YOUNG: Proper paths for cyclists long overdue
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
It has been reported that Montreal is going to spend $15 million to revamp bike paths and existing structure and add 57 kilometres to the city’s network this year. In Sudbury, what are we doing to construct and connect our cycling network? Well,... Read more
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Slate
It’s a Long Shot, but Here’s How Trump Could WinWho's winning, who's losing, and why. How Trump Could Win It’s a long shot. A
It’s a Long Shot, but Here’s How Trump Could Win
Slate / Posted yesterday
Who's winning, who's losing, and why. How Trump Could Win It’s a long shot. A very, very long shot. At this moment, polls show a strong upswing for Donald Trump’s campaign. He’s made real ground on Hillary Clinton, closing the gap between them by... Read more
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