PUBLISHED: 18:02 13 November 2018 | UPDATED: 20:07 13 November 2018 Megan Aldous Goldie Sayers , Team GB Javelin Thrower and one of Suffolk's 100 Inspiring Women speaking at the event Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN Archant This is a list that Suffolk should be proud of - 100 women who are positive role models for future generations, women who have achieved success in a diverse range of fields from business, the arts, sport and education to the third sector.The list was put together by a panel of judges this summer after we asked readers for their nominations. From top left: Jenna Ackerley, Anne Beckett-Allen, Katie Bannister, Jane Basham, Dayle Bayliss, Shayra Begum, Nicola Beach, Adele Bellis and Professor Emma Bond Pictures: WENDY AIKEN PHOTOGRAPHY/EDF ENERGY/BARRY ELEY/PHILIP MYNOTT/SUFFOLK COUNTY COUCIL/UNIVERSITY OF SUFFOLKJenna Ackerley, Events Under Canvas: A Felixstowe girl originally, 38-year-old Jenna now lives in East Bergholt with her husband and … [Read more...] about Meet 100 of Suffolk’s most inspirational women
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByAlan Rappeport Oct. 17, 2018 WASHINGTON — And then there were none. The Trump administration said on Wednesday that Prudential Financial, the giant insurer, would no longer be subject to stricter federal oversight, bringing to zero the number of financial firms outside the banking system that face such scrutiny. The Financial Stability Oversight Council said it was removing the “systemically important financial institution” — or SIFI — label from Prudential after similar moves that allowed American International Group, MetLife and GE Capital to escape the designation. The council applies the SIFI designation to financial firms whose collapse it believes can pose a serious threat to the financial system. The decision extends a deregulatory push that is loosening rules … [Read more...] about Prudential Freed From Strict Post-Crisis Oversight by Trump Administration
By Craig Hlavaty Updated 1:03 pm CDT, Friday, August 31, 2018 PHOTOS: Houston in 1968 Union Station is seen here in April 1968. Just three decades later Enron Field (later known as Minute Maid Park) would be built on the site, incorporating the old train station in the design. >>>See what Houston looked like 50 years ago... less PHOTOS: Houston in 1968 Union Station is seen here in April 1968. Just three decades later Enron Field (later known as Minute Maid Park) would be built on the site, incorporating the old train station in the ... more Photo: Jerry Click/Houston Chronicle 06/01/1968 - Roy Hofheinz welcomes visitors at opening ceremonies for Astroworld, his new 57-acre amusement park in the Astrodomain complex in Houston. His son, Fred, and daughter, Dene, are seen behind him on the platform in front of the park gates. less 06/01/1968 - Roy Hofheinz welcomes visitors at … [Read more...] about What did Houston look like in 1968?
POLITICS 07/22/2018 08:01 am ET The myth of free trade is coming apart. By Zach Carter President Donald Trump’s trade agenda is a corrupt, chaotic mess. He made trade concessions to China after its government agreed to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in a Trump-branded resort. He announced a modest trade enforcement action on steel and aluminum and declared it a “trade war” ― something both “good” and “easy to win.” He then shifted his sights in this combat from China to Canada without any apparent rationale. The president has even threatened Ecuador’s economy with crippling sanctions if its government offered public support for breastfeeding. As with so many Trump debacles, his bluster creates an appearance of radicalism — a dramatic break with a stable and happy consensus. Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell has lamented that he is discarding more than 300 years of settled … [Read more...] about Trump’s Tariff War Is The Final Act Of A Broken System
Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post Published 7:53 am, Thursday, June 7, 2018 Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Al Drago Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 President Donald Trump speaks during an event on tax policy in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C., on April 12, 2018. President Donald Trump speaks during an event on tax policy in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C., on April 12, 2018. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Al Drago Did Trump's aluminum tariffs spark a $1.5 billion plant in Kentucky? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery "Just last Friday, we had a plant, a groundbreaking in Ashland, Kentucky, the heart of poverty in America in Appalachia. $1.5 billion aluminum rolling mill because of the president's tax and tariff policy."-White House aide Peter Navarro, interview on Fox News, June 4, … [Read more...] about Did Trump’s aluminum tariffs spark a $1.5 billion plant in Kentucky?