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Ban assault-style weapons and implement better background checks for gun purchases Tuition-free two-year public college, debt-free four-year college for lowest income students Cutting greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2030 Create public health insurance option while expanding enrolment in Obamacare plans New 5% wealth tax on annual incomes of over $5m What about his comments on women?Mr Bloomberg has come under fire for sexist comments he allegedly made in 1990, including reportedly telling a pregnant employee she should "kill it", which he has denied under oath. The remarks have prompted comparisons to President Donald Trump. … [Read more...] about US Election 2020: Meet the voters behind Bloomberg’s surge
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Although Mr Johnson held one meeting last October with the council co-chairs - including the technology entrepreneur Brent Hoberman, Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis and Sir Ian Davis, the Rolls Royce Holdings chairman - City sources said on Thursday that there had been no attempt to reactivate the network since December's general election. … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson poised to axe network of business councils
I was in Moscow in 1988, during the final years of the Soviet Union. The system was sliding towards shabby oblivion, even if no one knew at the time how soon the end would come. While carrying out research for my doctorate on the impact of the Soviet war in Afghanistan, I was interviewing Russian veterans of that brutal conflict. When I could, I would meet these afgantsy shortly after they got home, and then again a year into civilian life, to see how they were adjusting. Most came back raw, shocked and angry, either bursting with tales of horror and blunder, or spikily or numbly withdrawn. A year later, though, most had done what people usually do in such circumstances: they had adapted, they had coped. The nightmares were less frequent, the memories less vivid. But then there were those who could not or would not move on. Some of these young men collaterally damaged by the war had become adrenaline junkies, or just intolerant of the conventions of everyday life. … [Read more...] about Gangster’s paradise: how organised crime took over Russia