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UK Universities Urge Government To Bring Back Work Visas For International Students | Politics

  International director of Universities UK, Vivienne Stern believes government should bring back work visas for foreign students, allowing them to work for up to two years after graduation.   In doing so, she believes that the UK will benefit from international students as they are a vital element in composing the British economy and education. In contrast, the UK[…]

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British-Iranian Woman Has Been Temporary Released After Two Years In Jail | Politics

  Her name is Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and back in September 2016, she was sentenced to five years imprisonment in Iran. The reason was said to be suspicious online journalistic activity, recruiting and training people to spread propaganda against the Persian country.   Before the incarceration she was working for the world’s biggest news and information provider, Thomson Reuters; she has[…]

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Ryanair Compensation Cheques Refused By Banks Due To Missing Signatures | Politics

  Out of the 20,000 compensation cheques sent out to Ryanair customers, 190 of them received unsigned cheques causing customers further trouble, as banks have refused to process them.     Ryanair, which is one of Europe’s low cost carriers, has sent out their apologies to customers, blaming the missing signatures on an administrative error. However, this has not been[…]

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No Deal Brexit Could Leave NHS Patients At Risk | Politics

  After a letter between NHS chiefs was leaked, concerns have been raised about the future of NHS post-Brexit. The letter expresses a serious worry about what could possibly happen if Britain is unable to negotiate an agreement with Europe.   With the tedious flow of decision making by the government, the NHS fear that the flow of medicine could[…]

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Italian Bridge Collapse In Genova: Who Is Responsible? | Politics

  A huge chasm and rubble is what remains of the Ponte Morandi after its collapse on Tuesday. The central section is completely destroyed and Italian Protezione Civile has announced it will be completely demolished.   Two days after the tragedy, the question is whether it could have been avoided but now the Italian government is blaming the bridge operators[…]

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