Whether what Joe Biden's staff told the Albanos about Frank was true – that he had no assets - is at the very least open to question, given the shifting accounts he has offered of his career, and by 2009 he was the self-described 'big cheese' of a chain of charter schools, with access to a private jet. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Joe Biden’s brother Frank owes dead man’s family $1 MILLION for 80mph car crash – but has never paid a cent in 20 years and the Democratic candidate did NOTHING to help
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Speaking in the House of Commons, Labour’s Rachel Reeves, who chairs the business select committee, accused ministers of being “muddled and complacent” in their response to concerns about the health of Capita and other government contractors. … [Read more...] about UK officials met Capita bosses to discuss its financial problems
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And yet, shockingly, Nazir is one of only two interpreters to come to the UK since a Government pledge two years ago to offer safe refuge to dozens of others who were similarly brave. ‘Our lives have been transformed,’ says Nazir who now lives in a semi-detached home with 28-year-old Safia along with four sons — eight-year-old Arif, Waqif, six, Kashif, four, Asif, three — and one-year-old daughter Hasanah. ‘I wish other military interpreters who went through what I did and risked their lives could now experience the same peace that we have. I hope this country doesn’t give up on them.’ … [Read more...] about Thanks Britain… you saved our lives: They risked all to help our troop – now two more Afghan translators who have settled here with their families share their undying gratitude
In fact, some experts believe letting Greece off the hook for at least some of its borrowing would be good not just for the Greek people, but for the rest of the eurozone too. The Oxford economist Simon Wren-Lewis argued that point in a blogpost last week. “In reality, reducing the debt burden in Greece (and probably elsewhere) would do the eurozone a lot of collective good,” he said. “Greece would be able to relax the crippling austerity that has had disastrous economic and social consequences. The core countries and the IMF could at least partially undo the mistakes they made from 2010 to 2012 in first delaying default, and then failing to impose a complete default.” … [Read more...] about A new idea steals across Europe – should Greece’s debt be forgiven?