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    ABC News
    19/06/18 05:26
    Maine bans single-use plastic grocery bags by Earth Day 2020
    Maine bans single-use plastic grocery bags by Earth Day 2020
    Maine's governor has signed a law banning single-use plastic bags in grocery stores statewide by April 2020
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    ABC News
    19/06/18 04:42
    No more veggie bacon? Louisiana governor signs labeling bill
    No more veggie bacon? Louisiana governor signs labeling bill
    Vegan bacon, broccoli rice and other veggie foods will need new names to stay on Louisiana's grocery store shelves next year, under a new law signed by Gov. John Bel Edwards
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    Reuters
    19/06/18 04:38
    UPDATE 1-Brazil leader signs law allowing foreign carriers to operate domestic flights
    Brazilian President Jair
    Bolsonaro on Monday signed a bill into law allowing foreign
    airlines to operate domestic flights in Latin America's largest
    air market, a move that could usher in new competition or lead
    foreign carriers to buy up the local players.
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    The Guardian
    19/06/18 04:15
    Sound of Hong Kong’s defiance reverberates in Beijing
    Sound of Hong Kong’s defiance reverberates in Beijing
    Beijing’s public support for Hong Kong leader likely hides private fury, but letting her go would be another humiliationThe most obvious casualty of Hong Kong’s extraordinary uprising against chief executive, Carrie Lam, and her campaign to tie the city more closely to China, will be the bureaucrat-turned-politician’s own career. If she stays on, it will only be as a lame duck leader.But the city’s turmoil is also a major challenge to her boss and patron, Chinese president, Xi Jinping. Continue reading...
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    Reuters
    19/06/18 04:14
    Brazil leader signs law allowing foreign carriers to operate domestic flights
    Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Monday signed a bill into law allowing foreign airlines to operate domestic flights in Latin America's largest air market.
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    CNN top news
    19/06/18 03:10
    Frida Ghitis: Hong Kong protesters face a powerful enemy
    The people of Hong Kong have secured a remarkable victory, but they have far more cause to worry than to celebrate. A cloud of anxiety hangs over Hong Kong's future.
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    The Guardian
    19/06/18 02:37
    Tom Watson on Brexit: ‘Me leave Labour? It’s leaving me’
    Tom Watson on Brexit: ‘Me leave Labour? It’s leaving me’
    Deputy leader calls for party to back a second referendum and remaining in the EU Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, has said he believes his party would be “leaving me” if it cannot fully endorse a second referendum, hours after giving a speech in which he said it should be the party of remain.Watson told the BBC that Labour “certainly might lose some votes” for backing a referendum, but would pay “a very high electoral price” for not taking a clear position on Brexit. Continue reading...
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    Reuters
    19/06/18 02:27
    China stands by Hong Kong leader after days of street protests
    China redoubled its support for Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Monday after days of protests against a planned extradition bill, and a source close to Lam said Beijing was unlikely to let her go even if she tried to resign.
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    Forbes
    19/06/18 02:23
    "Eat-and-run": but who should pay? When are deductions from pay lawful?
    Allegations that a waiter had to foot part of a restaurant bill when a table "ate-and-ran" caused a stir on Twitter, with questions being asked about the legalities of such a policy and in which circumstances employers can deduct money from workers' pay.
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    The Guardian
    19/06/18 02:04
    More silence from Boris after rivals’ plain talking hits the buffers | John Crace
    More silence from Boris after rivals’ plain talking hits the buffers | John Crace
    At the lobby hustings, the candidates largely tried to give straight answers. It didn’t go wellThe Tory leadership circus rolls on. This time for a hustings arranged for lobby journalists in Westminster, where the format was more individual than group therapy, with each candidate free to explain – without interruption from the others – how their relationship with reality had irretrievably broken down.Though still without Boris Johnson, the Conservative party’s very own priapic Mr Blobby, who is acting as if he is on the run from the Child Support Agency. The country has seen more of Julian Assange in the last six months than it has of Johnson. Something for which normally we’d be all very grateful, only Boris is the clear frontrunner to become next prime minister. It says something for Johnson’s innate self-destruction that his minders believe their man says it best when he says nothing at all. Doesn’t bode well for him reopening the Brexit negotiations with the EU. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    19/06/18 01:58
    Boris Johnson accused of making contradictory Brexit promises to MPs
    Boris Johnson accused of making contradictory Brexit promises to MPs
    Eurosceptic backer warns that hardliners want frontrunner to rip up May’s dealBoris Johnson has been accused of giving MPs contradictory promises on Brexit to win their votes, as one of his highly Eurosceptic backers warned that hardliners want to see him effectively tear up Theresa May’s deal with the EU.The Conservative leadership frontrunner will face questions on his Brexit stance in a television grilling for the first time in the campaign on Tuesday, amid frustration among his rivals that he is getting away with pledging to be “all things to all MPs” on issues from Brexit to HS2 in one-on-one meetings with them. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    19/06/18 01:17
    Theresa May could yet give us the ultimate parting gift: a Brexit referendum | Polly Toynbee
    Theresa May could yet give us the ultimate parting gift: a Brexit referendum | Polly Toynbee
    The outgoing prime minister could blow away her detractors and say that too much is being decided by a tiny Tory electorateThe obscene sight of Tory leadership candidates splashing out cash by the bucketload is just one of the head-clutching, this-can’t-be-happening unbelievables of this extraordinary time. Spaffing it up the wall doesn’t begin to express the revolting spectacle of wild tax cuts and eye-catching gimmicks from the same austerians who garrotted every public service. Theresa May is the biggest spender, spraying goodbye billions on mental health, schools, colleges and a zero-carbon pledge, while Philip Hammond’s Treasury declares it “immoral” to steal from the emergency no-deal fund. What does she care? She is taking her revenge on them all.Who knows the dark recesses of her mind, this locked-in woman incapable of communication? Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    19/06/18 01:11
    The Wahaca row shows why workers need a new way to unite | Zoe Williams
    The Wahaca row shows why workers need a new way to unite | Zoe Williams
    The perceived injustice of a waiter’s treatment tells us employers hold all the cards. But online outrage can become online solidarityA row recently erupted over workers’ conditions in the restaurant group Wahaca that turned out to be a little more complicated than it looked. Some diners had done a runner; another, law-abiding punter, Sarah Hayward, overheard the ensuing row and took to Twitter to complain: “Ppl next to us left without paying and their server is made to foot the bill from his wages. Apparently company policy. Utterly shameful employment practice.”After some social media to-ing and fro-ing, it turned out the server had been docked £3 on the £40 bill, then reimbursed as it did not amount to “gross negligence”. The company’s founder, Thomasina Miers, concluded: “It is a crazy world where one is hung before even being asked a question … it really saddens me that people are so quick to presume the worst.” Continue reading...
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    ABC News
    19/06/18 01:11
    4 family members plead guilty in Masters golf ticket scheme
    4 family members plead guilty in Masters golf ticket scheme
    4 members of Texas family plead guilty in Georgia to Masters golf ticket scheme that used stolen IDs
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    The Guardian
    19/06/18 01:00
    Not so hospitable – waiters on their restaurant horror stories
    Not so hospitable – waiters on their restaurant horror stories
    There was outrage when it was suggested a waiter should pay towards the bill of diners who had done a runner. We asked readers to share their most memorable experiences of working in bars and restaurantsThis weekend it emerged that the restaurant chain Wahaca asked a waiter to pay back part of a bill after his customers left without paying. Although Wahaca later decided against doing so – blaming the incident on an “internal communications issue” and amending its eat-and-run policy – it shows that service-industry workers have got it bad. The Guardian asked readers for their experiences. Here are some of the most egregious responses, which have been published anonymously at their request.Hi @wahaca just eaten in your Kentish Town restaurant for the last time.Ppl next to us left without paying and their server is made to foot the bill from his wages. Apparently company policy. Utterly shameful employment practice. Food's great, company is crap.@thomasinamiers Continue reading...
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    NewsN1: to manage your news stream!

    Greetings. We'd like you to try the instrument for filtering your news feed.

    Right now you can create news feed from news sources by filtering with tags and keywords. You can read your news feed on the website or by using any of your favourite RSS-reader. The number of available sources is growing, but you can also add your own.

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