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Coast Guard Academy: Master chief permanently relieved of duties, investigation finds no evidence of sexual misconduct

Stars and Stripes 24 Jul 2021
NEW LONDON, Conn. (Tribune News Service) — The Coast Guard Academy announced Friday afternoon that Master Chief Brett VerHulst was permanently relieved earlier this month but an investigation found no evidence of sexual assault, harassment or contact ... (c)2021 The Day (New London, Conn.). Visit The Day (New London, Conn.) at www.theday.com.
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Top ad men who feared ‘obliteration’ win sex discrimination claim

The Guardian 23 Jul 2021
Chas Bayfield and Dave Jenner were sacked to reduce gender pay gap at J Walter Thompson, London tribunal rules Two white ...
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Two white men at top ad agency win sex discrimination payout after gay female director ...

The Daily Mail 23 Jul 2021
A damning gender pay gap report had sent 'shock waves' through the firm as it highlighted there was a serious lack of female representation, a tribunal heard ... The London Central tribunal heard both men are straight, white and British.
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Middle-aged white men win sexism case after company addressed gender pay gap

Metro UK 23 Jul 2021
Chas Bayfield and Dave Jenner, who were 52 and 50 at the time, worked for JWT in London, a firm that embarked on a diversity drive after a report revealed a serious lack of female representation ... The London Central tribunal heard both men are straight, white and British ... London ... The married father, now 54, of Cricklewood in London, said.
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Fans unite to ‘take knee’ at Emirates after Euros abuse

Islington Tribune 23 Jul 2021
Supporters from rival clubs show solidarity with England players ... “I see Man United supporters. I see Tottenham supporters ... She added ... Last week, politicians, trade unions and organisations came together for the Tribune’s “North London United” issue with a clear message that the racists will not be allowed to ruin the sport – or anybody else’s lives ... .
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Citing COVID-19 numbers, Naval Submarine Base enters HPCON Bravo

Stars and Stripes 22 Jul 2021
(Tribune News Service) — Noting that trends in coronavirus infection rates and hospitalizations “have indicated the virus has been adapting and its ... (c)2021 The Day (New London, Conn.) Visit The Day (New London, Conn.) at www.theday.com Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.
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CID commences probe into $170m judgement debt

Ghana Web 22 Jul 2021
The probe is as a result of a petition by the Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA) ... A London-based United Nations Commission on International Trade Law tribunal has ordered the government of Ghana to pay a contractually defined “early termination payment” of more than US$134.3 million plus interest and costs ... .
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Beijing is breaking its own laws in its treatment of Uighurs

The New Arab 22 Jul 2021
Abduweli Ayup's niece Mihray disappeared into the black hole of internment, only for her lifeless form to be handed back to her family more than a year later ... Read also ... Chillingly, the testimony of a police officer during the recent Uighur Tribunal in London, confirmed the discrimination and legitimisation of ill treatment of Uighurs in China ... ....
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Suspended London, Ont. cop broke bail conditions by using dating website

Toronto Sun 21 Jul 2021
A suspended London police officer barred from using the Internet unsupervised while facing sexual assault and harassment charges broke his bail conditions by using a dating website, a disciplinary tribunal heard ... turned over her phone to police, who downloaded her email and text-message exchanges with Williams, the tribunal heard.
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Female sales manager who was told to 'stand in a bikini to increase sales' and ...

The Daily Mail 21 Jul 2021
The group were also sent a pornographic image of a naked women by branch manager Robert Palmer, an East London tribunal heard ... Mr Desilva and Mr Almeida-Vaz claimed the comment was just 'banter', a tribunal heard ... The tribunal heard that Mr Almeida-Vaz, who is in his late 20s, ...
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Woman wins sex harassment case after boss called her and colleagues ‘my b****es’

Metro UK 21 Jul 2021
An East London tribunal heard how the derogatory remark was part of a pattern of behaviour within the company that showed ‘a lack of sensitivity towards women and not respecting the dignity of women.’ ... rivalry’ between branches, the tribunal heard ... At the tribunal, he said.
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Mexico pins its best gold-medal hopes on famed soccer team facing familiar pressure

The Norman Transcript 21 Jul 2021
It made the London Olympics two years later an audition of sorts, with Mexico needing to get younger fast with another World Cup on the horizon ... And while none of those athletes are in Tokyo, diver Iván García and archer Aída Román, who won silver medals in London, are here ... Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.
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Chartered surveyor who was forced to quit after telling colleagues their company had HIV and ...

The Daily Mail 16 Jul 2021
He claimed he was dismissed because of his African ethnicity but the tribunal found he had voluntarily resigned ... The tribunal held in Croydon, London heard Mr Madawho was ‘rude and abrupt with staff, that he upset the team and failed to show leadership and diplomacy; essentially from the start of employment he was like ‘a bull in a china shop”.
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North London united: Arsenal, Spurs, it doesn’t matter, we stand together against the racists

Islington Tribune 16 Jul 2021
• The Tribune would like to thank all of the organisations that have sent messages of solidarity in the fight against prejudice and racism, and have helped make it possible to clear our front page for a powerful image that we think sums up the unity that can be found in north London.
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Black Covent Garden shop assistant wins £8,400 damages after manager branded her the 'filth of ...

The Daily Mail 15 Jul 2021
An employment tribunal heard Ms Georghe then told her to 'shut up' and said 'I can call you whatever I like' ... But she was told she had to work overtime because she had been late the previous day due to a hospital procedure, the tribunal - held remotely in Central London heard.
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