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Iconology Vs Numerology Vs Publishing

wow we have so much to look forward to with all the plans to ensure our wonderful planet is looked after and loved. I noticed that religion was using publishing to educate people incorrectly and shared a numerology secret. 644 more words

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Will the 2019 legislative session in Hawai'i honor the spirit of Queen Liliʻuokalani and Father Damien?

As Notre Dame Cathedral burned, people–Catholic or not, French or not– mourned.

Buildings stand for something –good and bad–that we cannot always put into words. 700 more words

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Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 6 - How we run your council

Paying a Real Living Wage 97p higher than the government’s living wage, an inclusive employer featuring in Stonewall’s top 100 for LGBT+ people, and with more insourced jobs than any other Council in the UK and no compulsory redundancies, Leeds Labour Council is run to provide the highest standard of service ensured by treating its workers well. 661 more words

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Trade Unions: What are they & are they still relevant?

The STUCs (Scottish Trades Union Congress) annual conference is on this week, 15th- 17th of April,  in Dundee. This is its 122nd.

The STUC is an independent organisation , established in 1897, and today represents about 540,000  workers through their 37 affiliated unions and 20 trades union councils. 648 more words

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a really small but really good list on why you should thrift more

the following are reasons why next time you’re searching for a new outfit you might want to consider thrifting, the healthier and cheaper shopping method for fashion… 369 more words

MEPs approve boost to workers’ rights in the gig economy

This article is brought to you in association with the European Parliament.

MEPs approved minimum rights for workers with on-demand, voucher-based or platform jobs, such as Uber or Deliveroo, in a vote on Tuesday. 406 more words

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Leeds Labour Manifesto 2019. 2- The Leeds Economy

Labour’s strategy aims for a local economy which provides great jobs with workers’ rights, not in-work poverty and disempowerment, which harnesses and builds on our people’s creative talents to make a global cultural city. 821 more words

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