0 Have your say First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled plans to launch the “biggest campaign on the economics of independence” in the SNP’s history as she declared the blueprint would hold the key to winning a Yes vote. Every home in Scotland is to receive a “household guide” to Scottish independence as the SNP urged supporters to “get your jackets on” and hit the campaign trail to win the case for independence. Ms Sturgeon announced further details about the campaign during her keynote speech at the SNP’s spring conference in Edinburgh yesterday.It came just a day after the SNP leadership suffered a shock defeat on its economic plans as plans for a fast-track switch to a new Scots currency after a Yes vote were pushed through by party activists. The First Minister – who announced last week she will be seeking to hold a referendum on independence next year – said the economic case would … [Read more...] about Economics to drive ‘biggest indy campaign’ as SNP send guide to all Scottish homes
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Climate Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Climate | Interior Department Launches Investigation of Potential Ethics Violations Among Staff Advertisement Supported by ByLisa Friedman April 23, 2019 Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd: , our email newsletter. WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior’s inspector general has launched a new investigation into one or more political appointees at the agency, a move it described as a “related investigation” to a federal probe into the ethics practices of the agency’s secretary, David Bernhardt. Mary L. Kendall, the Interior Department’s deputy inspector general, confirmed the investigation in an April 18 letter sent to the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan watchdog group that had issued a complaint against several agency officials. … [Read more...] about Interior Department Launches Investigation of Potential Ethics Violations Among Staff
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | House Democrats Are Flooding Trump World With Demands. Here’s a Guide to the Investigations. Advertisement Supported by A handful of key House committees will lead the scrutiny of the president, his businesses, campaign and administration. ByNicholas Fandos March 7, 2019 WASHINGTON — When they won the majority last year, House Democrats promised a barrage of investigations into President Trump and those around him. It now looks more like a continuous bombardment. This week alone, Democrats on the Judiciary Committee sent 81 document requests seeking information on potential obstruction of justice, abuse of power and corruption in the Trump administration. Three more committees demanded documents and witness interviews related to Mr. Trump’s private communications with President … [Read more...] about House Democrats Are Flooding Trump World With Demands. Here’s a Guide to the Investigations.
World TripAdvisor has been accused of failing to protect its users after two women complained of being raped by staff of companies promoted on the travel information website. According to emails seen by The Guardian, one woman—named only as “K”—contacted TripAdvisor to complain of a sexual assault by a tour guide but was simply told to leave a bad review for the guide on the website. TripAdvisor refused to remove the company from its online listings. K told the hotel in question about the attack and filed a police report, and then told TripAdvisor she wished to warn fellow tourists of the potential danger. But the company simply suggested she leave a first-person review on the website detailing the assault. “I was in disbelief,” she told the Guardian. “Am I seriously being asked to recall the humiliating details of my own sexual assault? Was this global company pushing me to relive my trauma on their forum for everyone to see and comment, or … [Read more...] about Woman Tells TripAdvisor She Was Raped by Tour Guide, TripAdvisor Tells Her to Leave Negative Review
Viet Nam News Khánh Dương HÀ NỘI — What’s the best way to explore a city from a local point of view? For Vũ Thái An, the CEO of a tourism start-up, it’s travelling with local people. About five years ago before starting her masters in Manchester, An took a tour around Việt Nam as a backpacker with two Canadian friends. During the trip, she realised there was a market for helping foreign backpackers to avoid tourist traps and experience true Vietnamese life. Most tours and individual trips don’t offer this experience and cost more than necessary with restricted schedules. An nurtured the dream of connecting foreign tourists with locals in Việt Nam while she was completing her master’s degree, and when she returned a year ago, she made that dream a reality with Vietnamese and British friends by setting up Tubudd, a digital platform connecting travellers and local people. Like searching for … [Read more...] about Innovative start-ups exploit technology to unlock tourism potential