News / UK by Press Association 21/01/2019, 7:49 am Updated: 21/01/2019, 8:17 am FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter The majority of the 3.5 million EU citizens living in the UK will have to apply to the Government’s settled status scheme if they wish to remain in the UK after June 2021. Who has to apply? EU citizens – excluding those from the Republic of Ireland – who plan to stay in the UK long-term will have to apply for settled status, guidance published on the Home Office website states. Irish citizens’ rights are guaranteed under the Common Travel Area established in 1923 to ensure open borders between the UK and Ireland. EU nationals that have previously been granted indefinite leave to enter the UK or indefinite leave to remain in the UK are also exempt from the scheme. But EU citizens who only have a permanent residence document will still need to apply for settled status. Non-EU nationals … [Read more...] about Who has to apply for settled status and how will the scheme work?
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Theresa May warns Jeremy Corbyn that it's 'impossible' to rule out no-deal Jeremy Corbyn refuses to meet PM unless no-deal ruled out Tony Blair: 'Of course' Corbyn should meet the PM Corbyn labels offer of talks 'phoney' and a 'stunt' Andrea Leadsom: Votes on Brexit Plan B on January 29 Philip Hammond tells business chiefs MPs will block no-deal 'Rogue' Chancellor facing Cabinet backlash over comments Nick Timothy: May's Brexit deal is dead, but so too is no-deal Sign up: Brexit Whatsapp updates and all-new Brexit Bulletin Theresa May has warned Jeremy Corbyn that it is "impossible" for her to satisfy his demand that she rules out a no deal Brexit before they can meet to discuss how to shape a Brexit deal that can pass the House of Commons. The Prime Minister delivered this message in a letter, replying to one he sent earlier today informing her that Labour is "open to meaningful discussions" provided she chose to "rule out" leaving the European … [Read more...] about Brexit latest news: Theresa May warns Jeremy Corbyn it is ‘impossible’ to rule out no deal
Read more transcripts from Face the Nation here. MARGARET BRENNAN, CBS NEWS: It's Sunday, June 10. I am Margaret Brennan, and this is FACE THE NATION. The summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is about to get under way. We will preview the Singapore talks and tell you what the president is saying on the eve of this historic event. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) DONALD TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: It is unknown territory in the truest sense. But I really feel confident. (END VIDEO CLIP) BRENNAN: President Trump made those remarks after a tense gathering of top U.S. allies in Canada, with all parties still fuming over the president's decision to trigger a trade war. Mr. Trump sparked another controversy for the so-called G7 leaders with this: (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) TRUMP: This used to be the G8, not the G7. And something happened a while ago where Russia is no longer in. I think it would be an asset to have Russia back in. (END VIDEO CLIP) … [Read more...] about Full transcript: “Face the Nation” on June 10, 2018
Although I am proudly an Irish resident, I still only have American citizenship, and as such I was unable to vote in the referendum. I was, however, recently invited to take part in a TV3 panel on the issue. I offered my broader historic perspective of what has transpired in my home country since the US Supreme Court decided Roe v Wade. Needless to say, the discussion was impassioned on all sides. Margaret Heffernan (the American businesswoman, not the doyenne of Dunnes Stores) is quoted as saying: "For true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument and debate." In business interactions, as with other types, we must learn to deal with one another after a vehement time of conflict or debate. When conflict arises in the workplace - as it invariably will - many organisations are not prepared to handle it. Many chief executives work hard to create a culture that eliminates conflict or one which rapidly stamps out ripples of discontent. But, rather than trying to … [Read more...] about Gina London: How to resolve conflict and win battles without fighting
If you voted for Bernie Sanders, have sea-punk green hair, and wear a pin declaring “Capitalism Is the Crisis,” you may already be familiar with David Graeber’s writings on the takeover of our lives by bulls--- jobs.Graeber, an anthropology professor at the London School of Economics, was a mover and shaker in the Occupy Wall Street movement and is well known for his approachable critiques of neoliberal free market ideology. His new book, Bullshit Jobs: A Theory (Simon & Schuster; $27), sprang from a shorter essay he published in 2013 in a feminist-activist magazine called Strike, which quickly struck a nerve. (One that kept thrumming: on a Monday morning in 2015, an anonymous group plastered the London Underground with quotations from the writings.)“Huge swathes of people spend their days performing jobs they secretly believe do not really need to be performed,” Graeber writes. The rise of automation has meant that fewer … [Read more...] about You’re Not Just Imagining It. Your Job Is Absolute BS