Media Watch

'19Jan
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The World Economy in 2018

In 2018, the world's economy found itself impacted by President Donald Trump’s nationalist populism (from the right, to make it clear) who, for possibly Freudian reasons, clings to the notion that “the world has...
'19Jan
13

The Guardian view on social housing: we need a cultural shift | Editorial

Nineteen months after the Grenfell Tower fire, some of the hunger for change catalysed by the terrible events of 14 June 2017 has found an outlet. A report by the commission on social housing convened by the...
'19Jan
13

Do not reverse onus of proof for black economy crimes, say experts

Email By business reporterNassim Khadem Updated January 14, 2019 08:26:57 Photo: Treasury is considering the...
'19Jan
13

Companies improvise to dodge trade war’s cost hikes

WASHINGTON >> In Rochester, New York, a maker of furnaces for semiconductor and solar companies is moving its research and development to China to dodge President Donald Trump’s import taxes — a move that...
'19Jan
13

Pelosi and Schumer 'don’t want to reach a solution' to reopen government: Scalise

The Republican whip in the House of Representatives said Sunday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democratic Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer “don’t want to reach a solution” on the shutdown, saying that “not one single...
'19Jan
13

U.S. government shutdown breaks record, with no end in sight

A partial U.S. government shutdown over PresidentDonald Trump's demand for $5.7 billion to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border entered its 22nd day on Saturday, making it the longest shuttering of federal...
'19Jan
12

U.S. government shutdown breaks record, with no end in sight

A partial U.S. government shutdown over President Donald Trump's demand for $5.7 billion to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border entered its 22nd day on Saturday, making it the longest shuttering of federal...
'19Jan
12

Editorial Comment: Govt’s $41 pay rise offer a mockery

THE 10% salary increment government offered to civil servants is ludicrous, unfortunate and shows that government does not consider its workers a key component in its transformation.Editorial CommentWhether...
'19Jan
12

Who’s Going To Pay For The Wall? Mexico, Many Republicans Still Falsely Claim

WASHINGTON ― It should be obvious by now that Mexico is not going to pay for “the wall” ― if a wall is actually built at all.   Significant parts of the government are shut down right now over a dispute about how...
'19Jan
11

Labour's plan: climate, not Brexit

Come hell or high water. Flickr/ Akuppa John Wigham. Some rights reserved.For many years, those in Britain arguing that governments should make climate disruption a top priority have found themselves ignored or...

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