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Michelin-star chef sued for discrimination after ‘telling Sikh to remove bangle’

Metro UK 23 Sep 2021
Niranjit Moorah Singh says he had never once in 20 years of working in London been asked to remove his kara, worn to show his commitment to his faith ... A London employment tribunal heard the bangle was given to Mr Singh by his late Malaysian grandfather 35 years ago ... The tribunal later acknowledged Mr Singh was unaware of the hearing.
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Tribes: Pipeline review company has conflict of interest

Black Hills Pioneer 23 Sep 2021
Army Corps of Engineers official, taking issue with Environmental Resources Management, the company that’s doing the review, and its ties to the oil industry, the Bismarck Tribune reported. One of the tribes’ concerns is that the London-based company is a member of the American ...
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Tribes: Dakota Access oil pipeline review company has conflict of interest

The Gazette Cedar Rapids 22 Sep 2021
Army Corps of Engineers official, taking issue with Environmental Resources Management, the company that's doing the review, and its ties to the oil industry, the Bismarck Tribune reported. One of the tribes’ concerns is that the London-based company is a member of the American ...
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Calling women ‘birds’ is ‘plainly sexist’, judge rules as Barclays banker wins discrimination claim

The Independent 21 Sep 2021
Anna Anca Lacatus said her boss, James Kinghorn, continued to refer to her as a “bird” despite requesting that he stop and warning that the term was making her feel uncomfortable, the hearing at the East London Employment Tribunals Service was told ... At the tribunal, Mr Kinghorn accepted that his language was inappropriate.
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Bankers told by judge it’s not okay to call women ‘birds’

Metro UK 21 Sep 2021
A judge ruled in an employment tribunal that the term is ‘plainly sexist’ even if used as a joke ... The tribunal in east London heard Ms Lacatus said Mr Kinghorn referred to a female employee as a ‘bird’ in February 2018 ... But at the tribunal he accepted his language had been inappropriate.
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Judge rules banker was ‘plainly sexist’ to refer to women as ‘birds’ in discrimination case

Russia Today 21 Sep 2021
The tribunal in East London heard that Lacatus’ boss, James Kinghorn, had repeatedly referred to her as a “bird” and that she was afraid to go to HR about it, though she had repeatedly and openly criticized him for using the term, British media reported.
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Mike Manley, top executive at Stellantis, steps down to take CEO job at dealership group

Eagle-Tribune 21 Sep 2021
1. That's when AutoNation's long-time CEO Mike Jackson, 72, will retire ... Manley holds a Master of Business Administration from Ashridge Management College in Ashridge, England, and a Bachelor of Science in engineering from Southbank University in London ... Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC. Copyright 2021 Tribune Content Agency. .
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Calling women 'birds' is 'plainly sexist', judge rules at tribunal of Barclays investment banker who ...

The Daily Mail 20 Sep 2021
Anca Lacatus said James Kinghorn continued to use the term even after she told him to stop as he was trying to make her feel uncomfortable, a tribunal heard ... The East London tribunal heard that Ms Lacatus would have been reluctant to complain about her boss's sexist language out of fear it would have been damaging to her career.
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Now We Know: Xinjiang, Xi Jinping Is Responsible

Bitter Winter English 20 Sep 2021
Adrian Zenz addressing the Uyghur Tribunal on ... He, rather than Xinjiang governor Chen Quanguo as was previously suspected, is responsible according to researcher Adrian Zenz, who presented evidence of highest level Politburo culpability to the Uyghur Genocide tribunal in London.
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Chinese govt role in Uyghur Internment camps in XUAR

Beijing News 19 Sep 2021
London , September 19 (ANI). German researcher Adrian Zenz in London had presented a report at the second session of the Ughyur Tribunal last week ... He presented the study to members of the Uyghur Tribunal, a panel of UK-based lawyers, academics, rights experts, and business ...
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Witnesses at 'Uyghur Tribunal' liars

China Daily 18 Sep 2021
The made-up stories given by "witnesses" at the recent hearings at the "Uyghur Tribunal" held in the United Kingdom have once again shown people how lies are turned into evidence to support accusations against the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, a spokesman for the region said. "The 'Uyghur Tribunal' is packed with lies and false information.
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US Medical Bodies Silent on China’s Organ Harvesting Over Fear of Regime Retaliation, Doctor Says

The Epoch Times 18 Sep 2021
... “on a significant scale,” and a principal victim of the abuse is adherents of the persecuted faith group Falun Gong, according to findings from an independent London-based tribunal in 2019.
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Should the art world boycott China over its treatment of Uyghur people?

The Art Newspaper 17 Sep 2021
as a tribunal in London hears of human rights atrocities against the Uyghur community and other Muslim groups in China, how will museums, galleries and other cultural institutions working with government-supported institutions in China respond? We talk to The Art Newspaper’s ...
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Drunk immigration lawyer who drove his car towards oncoming traffic and smashed into a telegraph ...

The Daily Mail 17 Sep 2021
Now, he has been fined £10,000 by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal, who said it was 'fortuitous that no physical harm' was caused in the incident ... Satha & Co Solicitors in London at the time of the incident, where he specialised in immigration and asylum cases.
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London: Reminders of CCP Oppression May Surround the World’s Largest Chinese Embassy

Bitter Winter English 17 Sep 2021
Tiananmen Square, Uyghur Court, Hong Kong Square and Tibet Hill may become main thoroughfares around the soon to be built Chinese embassy in London ... Rahima Mahmut of the World Uyghur Congress summarized the horrors put to the People’s Uyghur Tribunal over the past four days in London ... The post London.
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