The Labour leader appeared to ask an advisor, possibly Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry, a question as he was interrupted by the protesters
Government ‘leaves self-advocates with #NoVoice’ after scrapping forum’s funding – 10 Dec 2016
It’s not how you think.
“My tax dollars are going to save them, but they aren’t going to help save my job,” says a plant worker
The presidential election of 2016 is not over. It hasn’t even been held yet. Just ask the Hamilton Electors
There are many legitimate deaths to mourn here in the twilight of 2016 — reason, civility, the future of the Republic — but I felt none so sharply this week as the snuffing of my last hope for delight in the White House over the next four years. After everything women and those without a Pepe-infused sense of humor have lost, now we won’t even get the glorious spectacle of a full-time FLOTUS with the Mostess ruling the East Wing with a pavé crystal fist.
America is ready for a change, we have been told, and so we are installing a spiritually bankrupt reality TV producer in the Oval Office, along with his Cabinet of Horrors. A Donald Trump presidency does not promise much on the shits-and-giggles front, but the infinite comedic possibilities of Melania Trump in official first lady duties? That has kept me going since November 9.
First we heard that Melania and young master Barron would return to the gilded tower after the inauguration. Still, it’s a reasonable commute. But this week we learned Donald’s eldest daughter Ivanka would be taking a leave of absence from the Trump Organization — leaving the other two McPoyles in charge of the family coffers — in what the New York Times calls “the surest sign” that Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner are going to move to D.C. and become the bland ceremonial faces of the Trump administration.
A step too far.
In the remote Australian outback, multinational companies are embarking on a secretive new kind of mining expedition.
Rio Tinto has long mined the Pilbara region of Western Australia for iron ore riches but now the company is seeking to extract a rather different kind of resource – its own employees, for data.
Thousands of Rio Tinto personnel live in company-run mining camps, spending not just work hours but leisure and home time in space controlled by their employer – which in this emerging era of smart infrastructure presents the opportunity to hoover up every detail of their lives.
Rio Tinto is no stranger to using technology to improve efficiency, having replaced human-operated vehicles with automated haul trucks and trains controlled out of a central operations centre in Perth.
The company is embarking on an attempt to manage its remaining human workers in the same way…
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Swedish security guards brutally attacked by gang of ‘immigrants’ on Stockholm subway
HORRIFIC footage of two security guards being attacked by a violent gang of thugs at a Swedish subway station has emerged.
By LIZZIE STROMME
Express, PUBLISHED: 04:06, Wed, Dec 7, 2016
However, before the security guards at the Stockholm subway station could calm the situation, a group of people gave chase and started shouting at them to let the detained male go.
The two security guards were brutally attacked…
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Revealing photos on how women’s progression or not as occurred in Libya, Iran and Egypt.
*La représentation de la femme au Moyen Orient à travers des photos dans les années 1950-1970
Vintage 1963…women celebrate right to vote day, credit: Esther Kofod http://www.estherkofod.com
Libyan Girl Scouts 1960 Credit:Wikimedia
Mohamed Nga hosts a party at the Uaddan Hotel, Libya Source: http://www.jehadnga.com/
Source:The cutting edge news , Libyan Jewish women
- Egypte, Égypte
Egypt Cairo University 1959
Antigone Costanda; The Second Egyptian woman to win Miss World – London In 1954
1964 egypt beach
Beach-goers in the 1950s
Women carrying water, Egypt, 1880 pic.twitter.com/8EuYgy3N1Z
— jessica kidman (@jessicakidman22) 27 novembre 2016
in university baghdad 1970
Saddam posing with Iraqi school girls in the 1970s
Iraq women 1960
Persian women before islamic revolution
Iran fashion in the 1970s
iran 1970 2012 women
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