Category: Current Affairs

Current mortgage rules are 'too blunt' and should be changed

Current mortgage rules are 'too blunt' and should be changed

Current mortgage lending rules are a “blunt instrument” and should be changed, according to a group representing the property and construction sector. [...]
Home Affairs singles out Meta as most reluctant to stop online abuse

Home Affairs singles out Meta as most reluctant to stop online abuse

Image: Getty Images The Department of Home Affairs has called for more oversight on social media algorithms and online platforms using encryption as b [...]

Statement of the Minister of Foreign Affairs on the 30th anniversary of Canada-Armenia diplomatic relations

The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today issued the following statement: “Canada and Armenia enjoy a close relationship. As we [...]
Home Affairs Secretary Caspar Tsui resigns

Home Affairs Secretary Caspar Tsui resigns

Caspar Tsui resigned as home affairs secretary on Monday, saying he had behaved inappropriately by attending a party earlier this month as Hong Kong w [...]
Like £1 chickens, the current approach to pitching is unsustainable and unsavoury

Like £1 chickens, the current approach to pitching is unsustainable and unsavoury

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Experts say no NeoCov threat in current form

Experts say no NeoCov threat in current form

PUNE: The coronavirus NeoCoV, described as a potential threat to humanity by Chinese researchers this week, poses no actual danger in its current form [...]
How We Got From the Cold War to the Current Russian Standoff (and It’s Not All on Putin)

How We Got From the Cold War to the Current Russian Standoff (and It’s Not All on Putin)

In December 1988, the leader of the Soviet Union made a remarkable announcement at the United Nations. Mikhail Gorbachev declared the unilateral withd [...]
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