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UK’s next prime minister very confident

Rayhan Ahmed Topader  : Theresa May is the new Conservative Party leader and will become the UK’s second female prime minister on Wednesday, taking charge at one of the most turbulent times in recent political history.The 59-year-old home secretary’s carefully cultivated image of political dependability and unflappability appears to have made her the right person at the right time as the ...

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It is 27th Ramadan tonight!

By Fatema Miah All over the world People have completed reciting, and reading Quran over the month of Ramadan. Most have read complete Quran all over from the beginning to the end, and some have repeatedly done the same many times; more than once, twice, three times or more. May Allah accept our recitations, readings efforts and performances, Ameen. Ramadan ...

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Brexit and the ramifications

  By Syed Badrul Ahsan The people of Britain have made their choice over their future in Europe. They have voted, by a margin of 52 per cent to 48, to leave the European Union forty three years after coming into it in 1973. The irony ought not to be missed. Forty three years ago, it was a Conservative Prime ...

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Brexit, Article 50 & new Immigration Rules

  By – Barrister M. A. Muid Khan   Prologue “We not only have a parliamentary democracy, but on questions about the arrangements for how we’ve governed there are times when it is right to ask the people themselves and that is what we have done…The British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be ...

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Brexit, multilateral trade and Bangladesh

The United Kingdom’s (UK) decision to quit the European Union, known as Brexit, has spurred a new wave of debate on its impact on multilateral trading regime. Immediately after the referendum on June 23, 2016, when the majority wanted Britain to leave the EU, policymakers, experts and businesses across the world are getting increasingly engaged in the debate. Analysis of ...

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Europe without Britain prone to accommodation with Russia

A Europe, minus Britain will be more prone to seeking accommodation with Russia. Will EU now consolidate itself in the growing concert of a multipolar world? Or will it begin to splinter? Saeed Naqvi asks BY THEIR Brexit vote, the people have administered a punch on the chin of the British establishment, leaving it rattled and dazed. Britons have now ...

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Brexit

By Fatem Miah The truth is that, the establishment of Britain proposed to exit from EU not the working class Brits those voted out. A deeper analysis of the situation shows that the UK leaving the EU right now which might turn out to be favourable for the United States. In the given situation, when right-wing forces in almost all ...

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The Chinese government has outlined a plan to reduce its citizens’ meat consumption by 50% to tackle the global warming

By Fatema Miah A new dietary guidelines drawn up by China’s health ministry recommend that ‘the nation’s 1.3 billion population should consume between 40g to 75g of meat per person each day. The measures, released once every 10 years, are designed to improve public health but could also provide a significant cut to greenhouse gas emissions’. The Chinese Communist party ...

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ZERO HOUR CONTACT:UNDERMINES LOYALTY AND CORRUPTS THE RELATION ALSO NO LEGAL DEFINITION

Rayhan Ahmed Topader  : What are zero-hours contracts?There is no single agreed definition of what zero-hours contracts are.While some contracts are explicitly called zero-hours contracts,there are other definitions available and used in published statistics.The common element to the definitions is the lack of a guaranteed minimum number of hours.When developing the survey of businesses, we consulted on the definition to ...

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