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The UK's new slavery laws explained: what do they mean for business? - The Guardian


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The UK's new slavery laws explained: what do they mean for business?
The Guardian
Up to 13,000 people in Britain are being held in conditions of slavery. They include women forced into prostitution, domestic staff and workers in fields, factories and fishing boats. Photograph: Anna Gowthorpe/PA ...

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Indian students can work in UK after studies: UK minister - Hindu Business Line


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Indian students can work in UK after studies: UK minister
Hindu Business Line
Indians are welcome to study and work in Great Britain, says UK's Minister for Science and Universities Jo Johnson even as Europe grapples with issues on migrants. In an exclusive interview during a visit to India to announce the 'UK-India Year of ...
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VIDEO: Life after steel: 'Redcar's agony aunt'

The Redcar 'agony aunt' listening to the mood of the town after the closure of the SSI steelworks.

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Apple is facing a $5 million lawsuit over its 'Wi-Fi Assist' feature - Business Insider


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Apple is facing a $5 million lawsuit over its 'Wi-Fi Assist' feature
Business Insider
Apple is not the only company that ships a feature similar to Wi-Fi Assist. Samsung, HTC and LG all have equivalent features on their own phones (Samsung's is called Smart Network Assist); none of the Android manufacturers have faced a similar lawsuit, ...

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Tax cuts on table for Irish budget

The Republic of Ireland's finance minister is due to announce tax cuts and spending increases in the country's last budget before an election.

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