THERE are some dark times coming up for Carla Connor in Coronation Street following the tragedy at Underworld. And as a much-loved resident dies, the finger of suspicion is pointed very firmly at the factory boss. But is she really responsible? And what will happen to her? Let’s find out… Does Carla Connor go to prison in Coronation Street? Not as far as we know, but following the death she’s told there could be a case for manslaughter because she knew the roof was unsafe and she has to give a statement to the police. It might be hard to pin on her though because no one was actually supposed to be in the factory at the time of the collapse. The workers were in there to protest about their jobs, which Carla has actually been trying to save. Is she REALLY responsible? Carla will blame herself and the guilt will send her spiralling into a breakdown as the events of the last 12 months all catch up with her. She should have listened to Gary Windass when he told her the … [Read more...] about Does Carla Connor go to prison in Coronation Street after the factory roof collapse, is she REALLY responsible and does anyone else know?
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London clearing houses have been given approval to continue serving EU-based firms even in the event of a no-deal Brexit. In a major boost for the City, stock, bond and derivatives transactions will now face no disruption immediately after 29 March regardless of the outcome of Brexit. Read more: Brussels to unveil concrete post-Brexit clearing plans easing City fears Europe’s financial regulator today said it would officially recognise LCH, ICE Clear Europe and LME Clear in the event of a no-deal Brexit - allowing the trio to provides services as normal in the EU. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) said the recognition would limit the risk of disruption in central clearing and avoid any negative impact on the financial stability of the EU. ICE Clear Europe president Finbarr Hutcheson said: “We thank the European Commission, Bank of England, and European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) for its work securing this recognition and, in doing so, … [Read more...] about UK clearing houses approved to continue serving EU clients even in a no-deal Brexit
Election Day is here and it’s all high-stakes in the 2018 midterms, with Democrats fighting to take back control of the House of Representatives and Republicans hoping to keep their majority in both the house and senate. By casting their ballots, American voters have the opportunity to either stymie or accelerate President Donald Trump’s policy agenda. As of right now, Republicans currently control both the House and the Senate. But that all could change tonight with Democrats currently holding an 88 per cent chance of winning back the House. If Democrats win back the house, can Trump get impeached? It is likely, but there are caveats. If Democrats end up taking back the House, we can expect to see more calls to launch investigations into Trump’s scandals and controversies. This is simply because the Democrats—being the majority party—will have more money, staff, and control over the chamber’s committees. But when it comes to actually filing … [Read more...] about What happens if Democrats win back the House?
Susan Tompor Detroit Free Press Published 7:00 AM EDT Nov 3, 2018 Just when you think the red flags relating to a scam should be pretty clear, you hear more troubling reports when it comes to sweepstakes and gift cards. All the buzz about the Mega Millions jackpot – and the one winning ticket sold in South Carolina that captured a prize worth nearly $1.6 billion – could trigger even more related scams. What's a big sign of a sweepstakes scam? The catch is usually this: You must send money for taxes – or buy some products – before receiving that incredible sweepstakes or lottery prize. The end result: You only lose money, you don't win anything. Nearly a half-million people reported some sort of lottery- or sweepstakes-related fraud to enforcement agencies in the United States and Canada in the last three years. Reported losses totaled $117 million in 2017, according to a Better Business Bureau report. The actual number of victims and … [Read more...] about Lottery scams: Fraudsters use sweepstakes, gift cards to steal money
Warning that land agency does not offer short-term housing fix Independent.ie A leading developer has warned that while the Government's new Land Development Agency (LDA) was a good idea, it will do little or nothing to tackle Ireland's housing crisis before 2023. https://www.independent.ie/business/personal-finance/property-mortgages/warning-that-land-agency-does-not-offer-shortterm-housing-fix-37339545.html https://www.independent.ie/business/article37339199.ece/1c57d/AUTOCROP/h342/2017-08-08_bus_33531466_I1.JPG Email A leading developer has warned that while the Government's new Land Development Agency (LDA) was a good idea, it will do little or nothing to tackle Ireland's housing crisis before 2023. Michael O'Flynn, chief executive of the O'Flynn Group, said Ireland still needed to address the cost of land and the lack of housing supply in the short term. By 2020, Ireland's housing supply is expected to reach 27,000 units a year - against a soaring demand of 35,000 units … [Read more...] about Warning that land agency does not offer short-term housing fix