Carolyn Fairbairn, director general of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), said that while parts of the plans would be 'welcomed by business' the low-skilled measures would mean 'some sectors firms will be left wondering how they will recruit the people needed to run their businesses'. … [Read more...] about Home Secretary Priti Patel insists it’s ‘about time British businesses invest in British workers’ and give low-skilled jobs to the ‘8 million people in UK who are economically inactive’ rather than migrants
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Wuhan Institute of Virology (pictured) has been the centre of conspiracy theories after the coronavirus epidemic started. One theory claims that the virus was a biological weapon engineered by China and was leaked from the lab by accident - to which China denied … [Read more...] about First coronavirus patient had NO connection to Wuhan seafood market – so did the disease start elsewhere?
‘Shameless favour’ One text message from managing editor Kim Byeong-jik at South Korean daily Munhwa Ilbo asks Jang to grant the paper funding in the form of additional advertising contracts, saying: “I apologise for the shameless favour I am about to ask of you ... I ask that you take interest in and take care of us on this. I’m sorry. I’ll be sure to repay you in the future with good articles and good papers.” … [Read more...] about Samsung: leaked texts shed light on company’s manipulation of press
After the family were feared missing, a Facebook group titled 'Looking for the Todt Family' was created where one family friend wrote: 'Worried sick! I keep sending them messages on messenger and they are being sent but not delivered. I'm guessing their phones are off. Praying for their safe return.' … [Read more...] about Father ‘confesses to killing his wife, their three children and their dog in Disney town home then living with the bodies for several days’ – as it emerges family owed creditors $100,000
Despite pirates operating outside of the law, they did develop a code of conduct among themselves. Known as the Pirate Code, the articles - many of which were set out by Bartholomew - included strict rules about gambling, women, the splitting of profits, and even afforded all pirates an equal vote in important matters. … [Read more...] about Stunning Grade I-listed castle once owned by a swashbuckling sailor who killed the real-life Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean goes on the market for £1.9million