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Extend License or Risk Mass Unemployment, Industry and Unions Warn Sunak | UK Labor Leave Regime

Rishi Sunak has been warned by the leaders of Britain's most influential business groups and the trade union movement that he risks plunging Britain into a period of mass unemployment unless he extends the leave scheme.Before the March 3 budget, both sides of the industry told the chancellor that the economy was too fragile to end the wage subsidy scheme at the end of April and that it risked undoing efforts to protect jobs during the year. passed if it did.Frances O'Grady, secretary general of the TUC, said Sunak should not wait until the budget, but should immediately announce that the license, which has cost the Treasury nearly £ 50 billion so far, will remain in effect until the end of the year. The government, he said, had a moral obligation to prevent a return to the unemployment...
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Twelve Mexican Police Arrested for Mass Killing of Migrants Near the US Border | Mexico

A dozen Mexican police officers were arrested for allegedly killing 19 people, including Guatemalan migrants, whose bodies were found shot and burned near the US border in late January.Tamaulipas state attorney general Irving Barrios Mojica said the 12 officers were in custody and face charges of homicide, abuse of authority and false statements.The killings revived memories of the gruesome massacre of 72 migrants in 2010 near the town of San Fernando in the same gang-ridden state. But those murders were committed by a drug cartel, while many people are likely to find it more shocking that the January 22 killings were allegedly carried out by the police.The attorney general did not say what motive the officers might have had, although corrupt local and state police in Mexico were often...
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What sparked the “biggest protest in history” that has lasted for months in India

Drafting BBC World News8 minutesImage source, ReutersCaption, On Tuesday Indian peasants seized Delhi's historic "Red Fort" as part of their protest.The peasant protest that has rocked India for months turned violent when a group of farmers participating in a gigantic march in New Delhi deviated from the established route to make their presence felt in the center of the capital.A peasant died and some 400 policemen were injured after some protesters broke the barricades placed along the route and attacked the authorities to go to the iconic Red Fort of Delhi, one of the most important historical monuments in the country.Shortly afterwards, the flags of the agricultural unions leading the protest flew in the citadel where more than 70 years ago the flag of an independent India was also ...
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A Madrid threshold open to Latin America | Madrid

Among the many independent theater projects that have flourished in Lavapiés in recent years, there is a corner that connects with stages more than 10,000 kilometers away. The threshold of spring, living up to its name, opens the doors to Latin American production from number 11 of Calle de Primavera. It has a lot to do with the Argentine Viviana López Doynel being the founder and manager of this space together with Israel Giraldo. Starting this Wednesday and until March 7, it begins in the room the Cono Sur theater cycle, which brings physical and virtual shows from Argentina, Uruguay and Chile.Shortly after opening this alternative room in 2014, López Doynel began to receive proposals from various companies in his country. He decided to bring them together in the same event "so tha...
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They order to arrest 12 agents for a massacre of migrants in Mexico

Mexican state police. Archive The State Attorney Mexican of Tamaulipas ordered the capture of 12 state police officers for his probable participation in the crime of 19 migrants who were cremated on a local road in the municipality of Camargo, Attorney General Irving Barrios Mojica reported Tuesday. In a conference, the prosec...
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What it’s like to belong to one of London’s most dangerous gangs

Tracy OllerenshawBBC Newsbeat4 minutesImage source, Tom Humberstone"If you don't show your worth, they are going to trample you. You can't be good for nothing."Yusuf has been in a gang since he was 15 years old. When he leaves the apartment he shares with his mother, he puts on a stab-proof vest and sticks a knife in his underwear because he fears that he will be killed if he has nothing to defend himself."I prefer to be judged by 12 to be charged 6," he launches, referring to the lyrics of a song by American rapper Roddy Ricch, which serves to express his point of view.Both homelessness and domestic abuse have been very present in Yusuf's past and he considers it likely that Her future be it jail.At just 17 years old, he is one of London's best-known gang members and spoke to the BBC'...
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Massacre in Tamaulipas: 12 police officers suspected of participating in the murder of 19 people in northern Mexico are arrested

Drafting BBC World News5 minutesImage source, Getty ImagesCaption, Families in Guatemala have awaited the identification of the bodies of the victims of Comitancillos and San Marcos.Authorities in Tamaulipas, in northeastern Mexico, ordered the arrest of 12 state police officers for their alleged participation in the murder of 19 people, most of them migrants, on January 22."These arrest warrants have already been completed and in the next few hours the police will be placed at the disposal of the judicial authority," said Attorney General Irving Barrios on Tuesday night.In conference, the official said that the policemen were arrested on charges of aggravated homicide, as well as abuse of authority, poor performance of administrative functions and false reports submitted to an authori...
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What is the mistake you should never make with your breakfast, according to nutritionists

The breakfast is very important, since it is usually the food that sets the tone on the diet for the rest of the day. Which means that it is essential pay attention to what we usually eat first hour in the morning Y choose healthy options. The good news is that today we have within our reach powerful super foods, which are considered great allies for their nutrient density; not in vain are they classified as the healthiest on the planet. While there are some basic products that will make any breakfast a nutritious food, full of energy and with therapeutic benefits. In the same way, there are foods that can ruin any effort to "Have a healthier breakfast." Specifically, several experts agree that there is a basic element breakfast, which is better to avoid: the white toast. ...
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12 policemen arrested for “participating” in the massacre of migrants from Tamaulipas

One of the trucks found in Tamaulipas with 19 charred bodies.COURTESYTamaulipas prosecutor Irving Barrios announced this Tuesday the arrest of 12 state police officers for participating in the massacre of 19 people, most of them migrants, last week in the border municipality of Camargo. On Friday, authorities reported the discovery of the bodies in a gap in the rural part of the town, near the border between Tamaulipas and Nuevo León. The bodies were charred in a pickup truck and they had gunshot wounds. Another truck, a Toyota Sequoia, was similarly burned. The agents, as explained by the prosecutor, are accused of "homicide, abuse of authority and falsehood in reports given to an authority." The prosecutor has not given more details about their participation, if they actively col...
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12 policemen arrested for the massacre of 19 people burned on the border between Mexico and the United States

AFP Victoria City (Mexico) Updated Wednesday, February 3, 2021 - 05:10On January 23, the Tamaulipas prosecutor, bordering Texas, reported that the charred remains of 19 people were found inside a burned vehicle, it is believed that most were migrants from Guatemala seeking to reach the United StatesPhotograph released by the Mapaulipas prosecutor's office of the 12 allegedly implicated in the massacre.Jos MartnezEFETwelve policemen from the Mexican state of Tamaulipas were arrested for allegedly participating in the January massacre of 19 people who were burned, including two Guatemalans, in a border area with the United States, the prosecutor informed this Tuesday.At the site of the massacre, indications were found that probably "at least 12 elements of the State Police participate...
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