The trial of a dad who suffocated his wife and drowned his two children is due to continue today. Sami Salem, 30, was charged with murder after his family’s bodies were found in their ground floor flat in Falkner Street, Toxteth. Salem admitted killing his family and … [Read more...] about Dad who suffocated wife and drowned kids stands trial: updates from court
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Data from the National Council of Private SMEs in Romania (CNIPMMR) shows that, in the first three months of 2018, the legislative framework was significantly changed, as the Fiscal Code suffered 120 legislative alterations, which have affected and continue to affect the activity … [Read more...] about Florin Jianu, SMEs Council: too many legislative changes at the beginning of 2018, significantly affecting SMEs
0 Have your say This time last week Scotland was firmly in the grip of the so-called Beast from the East, with warmer than usual air at the North Pole bringing what many believe to be our heaviest snowfalls for 20 years. Scientists speculate that these weather patterns … [Read more...] about COMMENT: Don’t be caught cold by risks of climate change, says Pinsent Masons
Ulrich Beck is a professor of sociology at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and the London School of Economics and Political Science. His publications focus on the possibilities of European integration. Climate change is a problem that the younger generations … [Read more...] about Sociologist: Climate Change is a Chance to Work Together
As Hurricane Harvey continues to bear down on Texas, bringing with it unprecedented levels of rainfall, questions are being asked as to the relation between climate change and this monster storm. The answer is complicated, as climate researcher Andrew King explains … [Read more...] about Hurricane Harvey: Is climate change to blame?