Island dreams Migration for a sports career has become a visible counterpoint to these other labour migrations. The returns
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Now that we are years out of it, I am able to recognize that what I suffered from was post-traumatic stress. What saved me was my ability to talk about it. My willingness to be an open book helped me work through some of my feelings. It wasn't easy, especially considering the fact that many people were very uncomfortable talking about my experience and my feelings surrounding it.
“We need leadership in every country in the world which tells the billionaire class that they cannot have it all."
Stephen Kinnock was on the Daily Politics show debating what interim leader Harriet Harman would backtrack on about the Labour response to the Budget last week. Kinnock said that she would likely pull back from supporting the removal of tax credits being cut for more than two children, saying it smacks of "eugenics".
In a heated debate in the commons, the SNP MPs were jokingly told to lock themselves in the toilets to abstain from a vote.
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Ed Miliband has recently surged ahead in the popularity stakes leaving David Cameron in the shadows and it's all thanks to
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The news that reaches the Diaspora is normally about the tragedies. This is an unsustainable way of engaging in the issue and in the interim between public abuses, there must be more real relationship building with potential allies.
A decision by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to abandon plans to adopt a unified contract for domestic workers increases pressure on Qatar to significantly revamp its controversial labour regime in a bid to fend off efforts to deprive it of its right to host the 2022 World Cup.
Qatar is signaling rejection of demands by human rights and trade union activists to grant trade union and collective bargaining rights to its majority migrant worker population with the detention and likely deportation of more than 100 predominantly South Asian laborers.