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MPs demand information on BHS pensions
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MPs demand information on BHS pensions

By Nicholas Watt Newsnight political editor 18 May 2016 From the section Business Image copyright MPs investigating the collapse of BHS have written to the Pensions Regulator, demanding more information about plans to restructure the ... BBC, 1 week ago
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Review of anti-terror bulk data powers

May promises review into counter-terror bulk data powers By Nick Watt Political editor, Newsnight 24 May 2016 From the section UK Politics Image copyright PA Theresa May has agreed to establish an independent review to examine the ...
 BBC2 days ago
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Lily Allen on stalking terror and speaking out

The singer Lily Allen has spoken to BBC Newsnight about her experience of being stalked and how she believed the police response was to "victim-shame". Speaking to presenter Kirsty Wark, an emotional Allen described how she was stalked by Alex ...
 BBC1 month ago Lily Allen 'victim-shamed' over stalking  BBC1 month ago Lily Allen is not angry at her stalker (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago Lily Allen emotional discussing 'stalker' nightmare  TV3 Ireland1 month ago
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Student visa squeeze plans revealed

Home Secretary Theresa May is looking into tougher rules for visas for overseas university students, BBC Newsnight has learned. The proposals would require students to have more financial savings on arrival. In a confidential letter to other ...
 BBC1 month ago

Why Europeans aren't ready to live like Israelis

THE question was one neither of the two Belgian politicians wanted to answer. Nevertheless, Evan Davis, presenter of Newsnight, the BBC's flagship current affairs program, asked it, something along the lines of,Could you live with the level of ...
 Jerusalem Post2 months ago
The Freepress Journal

Indo-British Peer Faces Ban Over Parliament Expenses Claim

Lord Amir Bhatia was under investigation by the House of Lords Committee for Privileges and Conduct, which recommended his suspension in a report last Friday. LONDON An 84-year-old Indo-British millionaire peer is facing an eight-month ...
 Link3 weeks ago Lord Bhatia breaches expenses claim rules  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Indian-Origin Peer Faces Ban Over Expenses Claim In UK  NDTV1 month ago Lord Bhatia Faces Suspension For 'Double Claiming' Mileage Expenses 63 Times  Huffington Post UK1 month ago
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International Business Times UK

Officials hunting 1,000 London boys in illegal schools

BBC Newsnight's Chris Cook and Rhoda Buchanan report on the attention now being paid to unregistered schools serving the strict orthodox Jewish community in Hackney. As many as 1,000 boys from strictly Orthodox Jewish families may be pupils at a ...
 Education News1 month ago Illegal Jewish schools: DoE 'covered up' abuse and disappearance of pupils  International Business Times UK1 month ago Hunt for 1,000 boys in illegal schools  BBC1 month ago UK Government Announces Decision to Privatise All State Schools in England  Global Research2 months ago

Cyber Security and the Need for International Governance

Cybercrime is a borderless crime where the repercussions and consequences are endless; the United Nations Security Council should have a prominent role in establishing international laws to govern and mitigate the effects of these cybercrimes that ...
 National Law Review1 week ago

Shake-up at Russia's RBC seen as new Putin media raid

The departure of three top editors from leading Russian media group RBC appears to be the latest chapter in the erosion of independent journalism under President Vladimir Putin. Owned by a liberal-leaning tycoon, Mikhail Prokhorov, RBC was at the ...
 BBC1 week ago

The child soldiers who escaped Colombia's guerrilla groups - BBC News

Reporter met young boys trained by the Farc - Colombia's largest guerrilla group. The faded photograph on Yineth Trujillo's book case tells the whole story. She stands at the back, looking tall and broad-shouldered next to her younger brothers ...
 Health Resources Publishing1 week ago
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