BA faces fresh strikes

first_img BA faces fresh strikes Show Comments ▼ KCS-content Read This NextWATCH: Shohei Ohtani continues home run tear, Los Angeles Angels winSportsnautYoga for Beginners: 3 Different Types of Yoga You Should TryFamily ProofHiking Gadgets: Amazon Deals Perfect For Your Next AdventureFamily ProofChicken Bao: Delicious Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofWhat to Know About ‘Loki’ Ahead of Disney+ Premier on June 9Family ProofBack on the Rails for Summer New York to New Orleans, Savannah and MiamiFamily ProofBaked Sesame Salmon: Recipes Worth CookingFamily Proof’A Quiet Place Part II’ Sets Pandemic Record in Debut WeekendFamily ProofCheese Crostini: Delicious Recipes Worth CookingFamily Proof BRITISH AIRWAYS cabin crew yesterday voted in favour of taking fresh strike action in a dispute that has so far cost the airline more than £150m.The Unite union, which represents 90 per cent of BA’s 12,000 cabin crew, said more than four-fifths of the 6,981 staff who returned valid voting papers voted in favour of taking industrial action.The date of the strike is yet to be announced. Unite has 28 days to announce a date and must give BA seven days’ notice before any strike action takes place.“We urge BA’s boardroom to see this as a clear message that they must think again about how to regain the trust and confidence of a significant part of their cabin crew operation,” Unite general secretary Len McCluskey said in a statement.BA stated: “We began talks with Unite this month.We hope they will bring an end to this dispute, which is what the overwhelming majority of our cabin crew want.” Share Ad Unmute by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeMisterStoryWoman Files For Divorce After Seeing This Photo – Can You See Why?MisterStoryUndoTotal PastThe Ingenious Reason There Are No Mosquitoes At Disney WorldTotal PastUndoMoneyPailShe Was Famous, Now She Works In {State}MoneyPailUndoSerendipity TimesInside Coco Chanel’s Eerily Abandoned Mansion Frozen In TimeSerendipity TimesUndoBetterBe20 Stunning Female AthletesBetterBeUndoDrivepedia20 Of The Most Underrated Vintage CarsDrivepediaUndoPeople TodayNewborn’s Strange Behavior Troubles Mom, 40 Years Later She Finds The Reason Behind ItPeople TodayUndoZen HeraldThe Truth About Why ’40s Actor John Wayne Didn’t Serve In WWII Has Come To LightZen HeraldUndoElite HeraldExperts Discover Girl Born From Two Different SpeciesElite HeraldUndocenter_img Tags: NULL Monday 28 March 2011 9:05 pm whatsapp whatsapp last_img read more

This FTSE 100 stock is up 36% in the stock market crash. Here’s what I’d do now

first_img Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Harvey Jones | Thursday, 19th March, 2020 | More on: OCDO “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Image source: Getty Images. Enter Your Email Address Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! If you can grow your share price while the stock market crash is destroying everybody else’s, your name must be Ocado Group (LSE: OCDO). The Ocado share price is up an astonishing 36% in the last week, as stockpiling shoppers overload its website and app.The online supermarket has now shut down its online operations until Saturday. That will give it time to work out how to create more delivery slots during the coronavirus outbreak, which has placed “unprecedented strain” on the business. It’s also stopped taking new registrations. Plenty of other companies on the FTSE 100 wish they had its problems right now.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…The Ocado share price is now up 300% over the last five years despite the stock market crash. That’s in marked contrast to the 30% drop across the FTSE 100 as a whole.Crash and carryThis morning, it reported a 10.3% rise in revenues at Ocado Retail to £441.2m over the first quarter to 1 March. In today’s trading statement, CEO Melanie Smith said growth has doubled so far in the second quarter. It was driven by Covid-19 fears, although the impact of forward buying would “unwind at some point.”Ocado Retail, a joint venture between Ocado Group and Marks & Spencer, reported a 10.2% increase in average first-quarter orders to 343,000. Average order size was up 0.3% to £110.24.This is all very positive as other companies battle to survive the stock market crash. But the Ocado share price is a tricky thing to value right now. Ocado Retail, its pure-play online grocery business, is only part of the story.Smart workThe real motivator here is Ocado’s Smart Platform, the technology behind its online grocery business. It’s selling worldwide, giving retailers a faster, more cost-efficient and lower-risk way to develop an online grocery business. This spares them the effort and expense of setting up their own robotics and algorithms.Basically, investors are pricing in future growth from overseas expansion. But Ocado Group has made a pre-tax loss in each of the last three years, with its Andover warehouse fire in February 2019 only partly responsible for recent slippage.City analysts expect the trend to continue, pencilling in a loss of around £130m in both 2020 and 2021, as management invests in the future. Basically, you’re ordering jam tomorrow, as Ocado rolls out its ‘solutions’ deals in Europe, Australia and North America. This includes operating 20 automated warehouses for Kroger, the biggest supermarket chain in the US.Ocado Retail also has to work hard to make its M&S hook-up work, and will be hoping customers will stay loyal when Waitrose moves on. Waitrose has a small proportion of the grocery market, but its customers are loyal, and it’s now developing its own online shopping tool.I’d be a little wary of rushing into Ocado right now. The recent spike may prove short lived, once shoppers and investors calm down. 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Dropping Picamoles a big risk for Saint-André

first_imgUnder fire: Pascal PapéThe fans – the real French rugby fans as opposed to the Johnny-come-latelys who believe that Sébastien Chabal is the greatest player ever to wear the jersey – are furious with Picamoles’s demotion. “Incohérence”, “incompréhensible” and “incompetence” litter the posts left on the Midi Olympique messageboard. As several fans point out, how on earth has Pascal Papé retained the captaincy in the light of Friday’s farce? It’s questionable whether Papé is an international-class lock but he is most certainly not an international-class captain. Petulant with opponents and team-mates, at one point on Friday he yelled at Hugo Bonneval after the wing failed to read his wild pass. So much for a cool head in a crisis.And how will Picamoles’s humiliation sit within the France squad? Only last week one of the France forwards told this correspondent that the Toulouse No 8 was one of the real characters in Les Bleus, a player with a ready laugh who changed into a ferocious competitor the moment he took the field. In short Picamoles is popular with his mates, and no one likes to see a mate hung out to dry.Nine’s time: will Machenaud get a start?At least PSA has resisted the urge to recall Francois Trinh-Duc. The Montpellier fly-half is not the answer to France’s problems. Why should he be now after failing to impose himself in his previous six seasons of international rugby?If France are to have any chance of coming good in time for next year’s World Cup then PSA must keep faith with Jules Plisson at fly-half. The young ten had a tough time of it in Cardiff but which fly-half wouldn’t behind a pack going backwards and a scrum-half coming apart at the seams? LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Fall guy: Louis Picamoles is wrapped up by the Welsh defence during Friday night’s defeatBy Gavin MortimerIT TOOK only 80 minutes but Philippe Saint-André once more finds himself with the world on his shoulders. Two victories from their first two matches in this Six Nations went some way towards banishing memories of France’s disastrous 2013 but their capitulation against Wales on Friday has exposed the failings of this French side.The man fingered by PSA as the fall guy for France’s record 27-6 defeat in Cardiff is No 8 Louis Picamoles. That’s the Louis Picamoles who in the previous game against Italy had been France’s standout performer. It wasn’t the yellow card that the big man was shown in the second-half that enraged PSA, rather Picamoles’s reaction as he trudged towards the touchline. A sarcastic round of applause aimed at referee Alain Rolland has cost Picamoles his place in the side.“Respect is the foundation of our values,” declared PSA on Monday evening, shortly after announcing his 30-man squad for the match in Edinburgh on Saturday week. “It is important to send a signal to all of the players and remind them that having the privilege of wearing the France jersey demands certain duties and obligations.”It’s all a bit heavy-handed, haughty even, particularly given that for the past few months the clubs and the federation have been fighting like rats in a sack for control of the game in France. Picamoles, justifiably, felt aggrieved for being sent to the sin-bin for failing to roll away from the tackle when he was trapped at the bottom of a ruck. He shouldn’t have made the gesture, but who among us hasn’t let our emotions get the better of us in the heat of the moment? A dressing down from PSA the next day should have sufficed.No doubt PSA’s decision will go down well with the FFR and their assorted sponsors and broadcasting partners. Much is made in France of rugby’s values, in contrast to the brattish behaviour of their football stars, and Picamoles has paid the price for the FFR’s desire portray a squeaky clean image. NOT FOR FEATURED It was always a gamble going for Jean-Marc Doussain and alas it hasn’t worked out for the Toulouse scrum-half. Morgan Parra has been called up for the Scotland game but the Clermont nine was sent-off on Saturday after headbutting Montpellier’s Rene Ranger (what was that PSA was saying about values!). He now faces a disciplinary hearing and it may be that Parra’s return to the national squad is short-lived. That is not necessarily a bad thing; good player that he is, Parra is a scrum-half who likes to run the show and his presence in the starting XV would undermine Plisson. Pair the Stade Francais fly-half with Maxime Machenaud and France will have their best half-back partnership.But with centre Wesley Fofana out for the rest of the Six Nations with a broken rib, and flanker Yannick Nyanga also sidelined with injury, France must travel to Scotland without two of their most enterprising players. It’s a match Saint-André has to win; defeat and the humiliation for the France coach will be far worse than that he has inflicted on Picamoles.last_img read more

La Convención procede a equilibrar la justicia ‘ambiental’ y ‘económica’

first_imgLa Convención procede a equilibrar la justicia ‘ambiental’ y ‘económica’ Por Lynette WilsonPosted Jul 26, 2012 General Convention, Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Rector Collierville, TN In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Featured Events Rector Washington, DC Director of Music Morristown, NJ Associate Rector Columbus, GA Rector Martinsville, VA Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 General Convention 2012 Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Rector Tampa, FL Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Rector Albany, NY Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Rector Smithfield, NC Submit a Job Listing Advocacy Peace & Justice, Rector Knoxville, TN Tags The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Submit an Event Listing Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Kivalina es la única aldea de la región del Noroeste de Alaska cerca al Ártico donde todavía cazan la ballena boreal, una tradición cultural y un sostén dietético que se ha visto severamente afectado por el adelgazamiento del hielo. En otro tiempo, los cazadores acampaban sobre el hielo durante semanas seguidas; en la actualidad, solo se quedan unos cuantos días y buscan sobre todo las ballenas que se han extraviado de la manada. Esta foto histórica muestra a un equipo de balleneros y se le debe a la cortesía de Janet Mitchell.[Episcopal News Service] En los últimos 20 años el estado de Iowa ha experimentado tres inundaciones críticas, la última, en 2008, dejó casi un tercio del estado bajo el agua.“Fue una inundación de [esas que ocurren cada] 500 años, que causó daños por $60.000 millones”, dijo la Muy Rda. Cathleen Bascom, deana de la iglesia catedral de San Pablo [St. Paul] en el centro de Des Moines, añadiendo que la frecuencia de las inundaciones “es lo que nos abrió los ojos al problema del cambio climático”.La catedral, que está situada en la calle High, junto con las otras cuatro restantes “iglesias viejas”, resistió las tormentas, pero las zonas bajas -habitadas en su mayoría por personas de bajos ingresos e inmigrantes- “fueron las que más sufrieron”, dijo ella.“Uno de los problemas de justicia económica de las que me hice consciente luego de la inundación fue que dejaron que el dique sobre Birland [un barrio que queda en terrenos bajos al norte de Des Moines] siguiera endeble, y en consecuencia se rompió”, dijo Bascom, añadiendo que las zonas río abajo, incluido el distrito financiero de la ciudad, han experimentado una re-aristocratización. “De manera que el agua no constituyo, por tanto, una amenaza para las propiedades más caras”.Bascom, diputada por Iowa a la 77ª. Convención General en Indianápolis del 3 al 13 de julio, testificó ante el Comité de Asuntos Nacionales e Internacionales [en la Convención] a favor de una resolución que aborde el tema de la justicia medioambiental (B023).En una entrevista telefónica con el Servicio de Prensa Episcopal posterior a la Convención, Bascom dijo que una de las cosas que a ella le gustó de la resolución fue que hace un llamado a la acción, que suplica a las instituciones, la Iglesia, las diócesis y congregaciones que “apoyen la implementación de soluciones al cambio climático a partir de las bases, de la comunidad”, entre ellas la restauración ecológica, promoviendo la soberanía alimentaria y haciendo adaptaciones locales a favor de la capacidad de recuperación. Esto último es algo que la catedral ya ha hecho al atenuar los residuos de agua de la tormenta.Al reemplazar el asfalto deteriorado con pavimento permeable y un sistema de filtración, la catedral tiene la capacidad de mantener una cantidad de agua equivalente a 12 piscinas al margen del sistema de alcantarillado desbordado por la tormenta y al margen del río, dijo Bascom. La catedral también plantó un jardín, incluidas algunas especies de plantas nativas como hierbas silvestres, que es irrigado por el agua. El jardín sirve también como una “estera de bienvenida” y le da un respiro a los trabajadores vecinos al tiempo que es un laboratorio de conservación para niños urbanos, añadió ella.Además de la B023, la Convención General aprobó la Resolución D055, que aboga por una política pública que reduzca las emisiones que provocan el cambio climático. Tanto la B023 como la D055, además de otras resoluciones anteriores de la Convención General, constituyen los fundamentos de la labor de justicia medioambiental y económica en el próximo trienio.“Para mí, dos de los problemas acerca de los cuales la Iglesia está llamada a mostrarse cada vez más visible y activa son el cambio climático y la pobreza y la inequidad económica”, dijo Michael Schut, funcionario encargado de asuntos ambientales y económicos de la Iglesia Episcopal. “La Resolución B023 nos llama a ‘resistir el desarrollo y la expansión de fuentes de combustible fósil cada vez menos convencionales, así como más peligrosas y destructoras del medio ambiente”.“Esa resistencia puede significar que debamos salir a las calles a protestar pacíficamente por esos empeños. Tal resistencia obviamente responde al llamado a ser más activo respecto al cambio climático. Pero la resolución reconoce que en tal resistencia la Iglesia debe apoyar a los que podrían perder sus empleos en la transición de una economía basada en combustibles fósiles a una economía de energía limpia… lo cual responde al llamado a abordar [el problema de] la pobreza”.Sin embargo, la necesidad de proteger el medio ambiente al tiempo de laborar simultáneamente por mitigar la pobreza, con frecuencia puede dejar a los episcopales en el frente sintiéndose en desacuerdo, especialmente en estados como Pensilvania, donde la tasa de desempleo es alta y donde la gente por generaciones ha vivido del trabajo en las minas y en los yacimientos de petróleo y de gas.“Encontrar la justa mezcla de justicia social que representa la buena mayordomía que hace la Iglesia del medio ambiente y su amor e interés por las personas y por aliviar la pobreza no es un camino fácil”, dijo Joan Gundersen, quien fue diputada por la Diócesis de Pittsburgh y miembro del Comité de Asuntos Nacionales e Internacionales de la Convención, en una entrevista con el Servicio de Prensa Episcopal el 17 de julio.En Pittsburgh, la diócesis tiene “un doble interés”, explicó Gundersen: “Por supuesto, estamos interesados en el medio ambiente, y cerciorándonos de que todo lo que se hace, se haga con prudencia, pero también estamos al corriente de las altas tasas de desempleo y de la necesidad de trabajo”.Pittsburgh se encuentra asentada sobre el esquisto de Marcellus, una enorme reserva de gas natural que subyace a más de kilómetro y medio debajo de la superficie y abarca una zona que se extiende dese Nueva York a través de partes de Pensilvania y penetra en Ohio y Virginia Occidental. Dada su localización cerca de importantes centros de población del este de Estados Unidos, algunos ven [el esquisto de] Marcellus como un yacimiento maduro para la explotación.En 2010, el municipio de Pittsburgh aprobó prohibirles a las corporaciones las perforaciones en busca de gas natural, incluida la fracturación hidráulica, dentro de los límites de la ciudad. La diócesis, que incluye zonas rurales con una alta tasa de desempleo como el norte de Cambria, no ha asumido una postura sobre la fracturación y no ha sostenido una “conversación a fondo” sobre el asunto, dijo Gundersen. Además, la Convención descartó una resolución en contra de “la fracturación riesgosa”.Durante una audiencia sobre la resolución D055, Gundersen testificó que lograr que aceptaran la resolución en Pittsburgh no resultaría difícil, pero no sería lo mismo en las zonas rurales circundantes.“Cuando uno está en el campo donde el 39 por ciento de la población se encuentra desempleada y estos combustibles representan su sustento”, dijo ella, “¿cómo uno la propone en las deprimidas zonas rurales de las minas de carbón?”.A diferencia de Virginia Occidental -donde el estado recibe una buena tajada de las ganancias generadas por la extracción de recursos, los cuales puede utilizar en la reparación de carreteras y en proyectos de restauración medioambiental- Pensilvania, donde la infraestructura y la regulación van un poco a la zaga, no recibe los mismos ingresos. Y dependiendo de donde uno se encuentra en Pensilvania, la reacción es desigual tocante a la contaminación ambiental, su alcance y su existencia, agregó.Una planta procesadora de gas natural, añadió Gundersen, se espera que abra a lo largo de la frontera entre Pensilvania y Ohio y lleve al menos 2.000 puestos de trabajo a la zona.La explicación de la Resolución D055 dice: “Otros costos de los combustibles fósiles incluyen derramamientos de petróleo, contaminación del agua subterránea con mercurio y otros contaminantes provenientes de las minas de carbón, y un inadecuado almacenamiento de desechos radioactivos como resultante de la hidrofracturación. Hay altos costos concomitantes de salud que provienen de la exposición a esos contaminantes…”Y prosigue [la resolución], “el uso continuo de combustibles fósiles no es sostenible”.También durante el testimonio, la Rda. Barbara Schlachter, visitante a la Convención proveniente de la Diócesis de Iowa y quien ayudó a fundar [la organización] Activistas del Clima en Iowa City, llamó la atención sobre lo que en verdad cuestan de los combustibles de bajo costo, como se señalaba en la explicación de la resolución, y pidió apoyo para las fuentes de energía renovables. Schlachter dijo que reducir la dependencia de los combustibles fósiles era una “cuestión moral”.“¿Qué va a ocurrirle a nuestro medio ambiente, a nuestra atmósfera -preguntó ella. Es [el cambio climático] que ya ha llegado a algunas partes y se acerca aquí”.Durante su testimonio sobre la B023 ante el comité, Austin Swan Sr., diputado de la Diócesis de Alaska y residente de Kivalina, una comunidad isla iñupiaq donde el cambio climático amenaza la continua existencia de la comunidad, compartió su experiencia.“He vivido durante toda mi vida en Kivalina, nací y me crié allí. Cuando yo era niño, teníamos probablemente dos tercios más de tierra, y ahora tenemos el 35 por ciento de esa tierra, toda esta pérdida se debe fundamentalmente a la erosión de los últimos cuatro o cinco años”, dijo él.Y a pesar de vivir en un ambiente rico en recursos naturales, entre ellos la mayor mina de zinc del mundo localizada río arriba, explicó Swan: “Seguimos viviendo en condiciones del tercer mundo. ¿Adónde se va ese dinero?”Propuesta por Mark Lattime, obispo de Alaska, la resolución expresa “Que la 77ª. Convención General de la Iglesia Episcopal se muestra solidaria con esas comunidades que sufren las mayores secuelas del cambio climático global: pueblos indígenas, comunidades de subsistencia, comunidades de color y personas que viven envilecidas en todo el mundo…”La aldea de Kivalina se encuentra en la punta de una isla barrera con una extensión de entre 9 y 12 kilómetros de largo -alrededor de medio kilómetro en su parte más ancha- y de 128 a 193 kilómetros por encima del Círculo Polar Ártico, entre el mar de Chukotka y la laguna Kivalina en Alaska. Es el hogar de alrededor de 400 personas y sólo se puede llegar al sitio por avión y barco en verano y por avión y motonieve en invierno.De las 200 comunidades costeras nativas de Alaska, diversos grados de erosión afectan a unas 180 de ellas, según la Oficina de Contaduría General del gobierno. El Cuerpo de Ingenieros del Ejército de EE.UU. ha dicho que Kivalina es una de las tres comunidades nativas que necesita relocalización.Tal como quedó dicho en la explicación de la resolución, Kivalina “ha estado en creciente riesgo permanente debido al cambio climático global. La pérdida de hielo marino ha dado lugar a un aumento de la erosión costera, falla del terreno y condiciones inestables si no peligrosas para la práctica de la caza de subsistencia”.En 2008, la aldea de Kivalina presentó una demanda legal contra 24 compañías petroleras, carboneras y de electricidad, entre ellas Exxon Mobile Corp., Conoco Phillips y BP. La demanda alega que, como destacados responsables de las emisiones de gas [que producen el efecto] invernadero, las corporaciones han exacerbado el calentamiento global y, en consecuencia, han acelerado la erosión en Kivalina dejando a la isla vulnerable a aumentos del nivel del mar e inundaciones debido a tormentas.Además, la explicación de la resolución dice que la Shell Oil se disponía a comenzar una exploración petrolera este mes en el mar de Chukotka, “la fuente más profunda de alimento, así como identidad cultural y espiritualidad de los iñupiaq”.Marc Andrus, el obispo de California, que respaldó la B023 y que integró el Comité de Asuntos Nacionales e Internacionales, dijo que el pueblo de Kivalina “se identifica con la isla y sus alrededores” y mudarse de allí no es tan sencillo como mudarse de Alabama para San Francisco, como hizo él cuando se convirtió en obispo.No difiere de lo que pasa con los guaraníes, una tribu indígena formalmente nómada en Brasil que ha perdido mucho de su tierra ancestral, para el pueblo de Kivalina mudarse “es una especie de muerte”, dijo él.(A través de una relación de compañerismo con la Diócesis de Curitiba en Brasil, la Diócesis de California ha apoyado los empeños de la Iglesia Anglicana de Brasil en defensa de los guaraníes).Mientras estaba en la Convención, escuchando las historias de los guaraníes y la situación en Kivalina, que se encuentran en situaciones “mucho más extremas”, Bascom se acordaba, dijo después, de una conferencia que dictó una vez el arzobispo de Cantórbery Rowan Williams titulada: “Renovar la faz de la Tierra: responsabilidad humana y medio ambiente”, en la cual él dijo:“Es posible debatir respecto al grado exacto en que la intervención humana es responsable de estos fenómenos… pero no es posible racionalmente negar lo que los habitantes de las tierras bajas en el mundo enfrentan habitualmente como la amenaza más inminente a sus vidas y medios de sustento”.— Lynette Wilson es redactora y reportera del Servicio de Prensa Episcopal. 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Referee Pascal Gauzere admits to those two huge mistakes in England’s loss to Wales

first_imgMonday Mar 1, 2021 Referee Pascal Gauzere admits to those two huge mistakes in England’s loss to Wales Referee Pascal Gauzere has admitted to making mistakes in England’s 40-24 Guinness Six Nations defeat by Wales on Saturday.ADVERTISEMENTGauzere has spoken to World Rugby’s head of match officials Joel Jutge about “two unfortunate events” as Eddie Jones’ team saw their title defence come to an end at the Principality Stadium.The French official awarded Wales two controversial tries in the first half that enabled the hosts to power into a commanding 17-6 lead.For Josh Adams’ opener, Gauzere told England captain Owen Farrell to speak to his team over their discipline and then quickly restarted play, allowing Dan Biggar to hoist the scoring crossfield kick.And the second try on the half-hour mark was also highly dubious as Louis Rees-Zammit appeared to knock on during the build-up.WATCH: The two HUGE decisions in Six Nations clash which have enraged English rugby fans“I believe one has to be transparent and not let things drag on and say what one thinks,” Jutge told Midi Olympique.“There were two unfortunate events during the match which were tough cases to handle. Pascal Gauzere recognised as such when he spoke to me on the phone.“With regard to the second try, I think there is a tendency to refer to the TMO too often when one can make the call oneself on the pitch and stick with it, which if Pascal had whistled for a knock-on there would have meant no appeal by the TMO to review it.ADVERTISEMENT“Pascal was the first to admit to this when he re-watched the match on Sunday. When one commits an error one should be transparent about it. Despite this he is still an excellent international referee.”England have chosen not to submit a formal complaint to World Rugby over the errors around the two tries, the first of which was described by their former captain Martin Johnson as “absolutely appalling”.RELATED: Online abuse over Owen Farrell interview reduces BBC presenter to tears Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error See it to Believe it Related Articles 15 WEEKS AGO Officials somehow overrule seemingly clear… 15 WEEKS AGO Online abuse over Owen Farrell interview… 15 WEEKS AGO WATCH: The two HUGE decisions in Six Nations… From the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedYou Won’t Believe What the World’s Most Beautiful Girl Looks Like TodayNueeyUrologists Stunned: Forget the Blue Pill, This “Fixes” Your EDSmart Life ReportsDoctors Stunned: This Removes Wrinkles Like Crazy! (Try Tonight)Smart Life ReportsIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier Living10 Types of Women You Should Never MarryNueeyThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

Corporate charity partnerships in January 2015

first_img Tagged with: corporate Howard Lake | 22 January 2015 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Here is our round-up of the latest corporate charity partnerships, including charity of the year partnerships, corporate events and employee fundraising.1. Scottish Professional Football League and Play for ChangeThe Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) has chosen children’s education and sports charity Play for Change as its international charitable partner, with activities beginning this month.As part of the agreement, SPFL will lend a number of matches such as the Scottish League Cup semi-finals and final to Play for Change as platforms at which to run fundraising activities.The funds raised will be invested in education and sports activities jointly created by SPFL and Play for Change to support the disadvantaged young in Scotland by helping them develop skills for life. The projects will be delivered through local community charities, and where suitable, through integration with existing programmes.In addition, Shelter Scotland has been chosen as SPFL’s Scottish charity partner.2. Santander and British Heart FoundationSantander staff raise funds for British Heart FoundationSantander has chosen the British Heart Foundation as its Charity of the Year for 2015. The fundraising target for the partnership is £1 million.The funds raised by Santander will help support the BHF’s freephone Heart Helpline, which provides emotional and practical support to heart patients and their families, for two years. It will also enable the charity to fund two research projects over three years which could lead to better treatments for those living with CVD.Santander staff are already being encouraged to get involved in BHF fundraising campaigns such as ‘Wear It. Beat it’ on Friday 6th February, and the Autumn stock donation campaign ‘Bag it. Beat it’ for their 750+ shops.The bank will also be developing additional events for staff including a 50 million step challenge which will invite employees to get walking, monitor their steps and fundraise, and an international challenge. Last year Santander staff who took part in this challenge raised over £90,000 for BHF.Santander’s charity of the year for 2014 was NSPCC and the campaign raised £1.3 million. Advertisement 6. Eden Springs and WOSPEden Springs supports WOSP at the Big Warsaw RunWorkplace drinks provider Eden Springs has extended its support for Polish charity, WOSP (the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity with a package of event sponsorship and a donation of almost €70,000. The company was the main sponsor of two key events for leading Polish charity day, The Great Finale, on 11 January, including Big Run Warsaw.In 2013, Eden asked its clients to move from paper to electronic invoices. For each client that converted, Eden donated €3 to WOSP. To date, 25% of clients have converted and Eden has donated more than €19,000 to WOSP from this initiative. 7. Frankie & Benny’s and Rays of SunshineDanny Breithaupt, CEO of The Restaurant Group, and Jane Sharpe, CEO of Rays of Sunshine, launch their 2015 partnership.Restaurant group Frankie & Benny’s has launched its charity partnership with Rays of Sunshine, the charity that grants wishes for seriously ill children across the UK, aged three to 18 years. The company has pledged to raise £250,000 this year.To celebrate the launch, Frankie & Benny’s will be celebrating National Breakfast Week from 25 – 30 January 2015 by hosting a series of charity breakfasts in restaurants across the group and donating £1 from every Big Breakfast sold to Rays of Sunshine.center_img 3. Costain and four charitiesAs reported in July 2014, engineering solutions provide Costain is planning to raise £1 million during 2015 for the British Heart Foundation, Macmillan Cancer Support, The Prince’s Trust and Samaritans, via the recently established Costain Charitable Foundation. The funding will be split equally between the charities.As part of the Group’s 150 year anniversary celebrations, employees, contractors and customers will be encouraged to participate in fundraising events throughout the next 12 months.4. Zoggs and Marie CurieZoggs googles for Swimathon raising funds for Marie CurieSwimwear manufacturer Zoggs is once again supporting Swimathon, the world’s biggest fundraising swim. This year the thousands of swimmers will be raising funds for Marie Curie.Zoggs will be promoting the event at over 600 pools throughout the UK, supplying every swimmer with a swimming cap and making available limited edition Marie Curie swimming goggles in blue and yellow. The goggles will be available in both adult and junior sizes and be named ‘Hero Adult’ and ‘Hero Junior’.The company will be donating £1 to Marie Curie from the sale of every pair of the limited edition Marie Curie goggles.The goggles will be also available from participating leisure centres, sports retailers nationwide via the Zoggs website at £15 for Hero Adult size and £10 for Hero Junior size.5. esl Employer Services and the MSA TrustEsl Employer Services, a payroll and HR business based in Brentwood in Essex, has chosen the Multiple System Atrophy Trust (MSA Trust) as its 2015 charity partner.Virginia Freeman, esl’s Director of Commercial Development said:“We are delighted to have MSA Trust as our charity of the year. It is a cause very close to our heart, providing excellent and vital support to a member of the esl family. We look forward to a successful partnership.”  133 total views,  1 views today  134 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 Corporate charity partnerships in January 2015last_img read more

‘If A Policeman Is Attacked, The Society Is Not Safe’: Madras HC Bats For Enactment Of New Goonda Act; Seeks State’s Response [Read Order]

first_imgNews Updates’If A Policeman Is Attacked, The Society Is Not Safe’: Madras HC Bats For Enactment Of New Goonda Act; Seeks State’s Response [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK24 Aug 2020 11:48 PMShare This – x”If a policeman is attacked, the Society is not safe. The Police has got powers to use mild force for the maintenance of law and order. However, what is happening in the society is that people gather in group to overpower the Police, abuse and attack him while doing his statutory duty. Many cases of attacks on Police are reported in the newspapers and shown in the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?Login”If a policeman is attacked, the Society is not safe. The Police has got powers to use mild force for the maintenance of law and order. However, what is happening in the society is that people gather in group to overpower the Police, abuse and attack him while doing his statutory duty. Many cases of attacks on Police are reported in the newspapers and shown in the visual media.”The Madras High Court on Monday directed the State Government to file a “proper reply” to the queries raised by the Court with regard to prevalence of Goonda Raj in the state. The Division Bench comprising Justice N. Kirubakaran and Justice VM Velumani particularly sought to know from the Government why it had not come out with a new Act to eliminate ‘rowdy gangs’, in suit with the Governments of Maharashtra and Karnataka. The Court insisted that rowdy gangs are active in Tamil Nadu for more than 25 years and thus the State cannot claim there is no necessity for an enactment like Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act, 1999. It noted that a high number of cases are registered in Tamil Nadu by the National Investigation Agency and more number of terror activities are carried out in the State. The State topped in the number of ISI sympathizers arrested from across the country and the illegal activities carried out by anti-social elements. It further noted that in Tamil Nadu, Goondas have got proximity with Police, political leaders and communal leaders. In fact, almost all the political parties have them as office bearers and a few of the MLAs and MPs are with criminal background. Thus batting for enactment of a new Act like Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act, 1999 and The Karnataka Control of Organised Crimes Act, 2000 in Tamil Nadu the Court said, “If such an Act is brought into force it will give more power to the Police to deal with gangsters and antisocial elements effectively in the interest of the society.” The above remarks were made during hearing of a habeas corpus petition seeking release of a ‘rowdy’ accused of murder of a policeman, constable P. Subramanian, by throwing a bomb at him during police chase. In its strongly worded order, the Division Bench criticized the local political leaders/ parties and Human rights activists and organizations, for remaining tight-lipped on the of “brutal murder” of the constable. “Human rights activists and organizations who used to make hue and cry and condemn police action against criminals as violation of human rights, are keeping quiet. Probably, in their perspective, the policemen are not human beings and there is no violation of rights if police suffer or die at the hands of criminals. It is very disheartening to note that the representatives of people, ie., persons who claim to be political leaders, have neither condemned the said incident nor offered condolence for the death of the young policeman to the bereaved family,” the Court observed. The Court proceeded to contemplate the reason behind such “guarded silence” and wondered if the same is due to their “political strategy based on communal considerations in the interest of their political fortunes.” The Court noted that when the 2 years old Sujith Wilson fell into a borewell dug by his own father last year and ultimately died, all the political parties lined up and paid lakhs of rupees to the father of the child. However, the same yardstick is not applied by the political leaders in the present case. “This kind of attitude of political parties including ruling party would demoralize the police force and they will not have any confidence to discharge their duties without fear and they should also have confidence that their family will be looked after not only by the Government but also by the political parties and the representatives of the people, in case, any unfortunate eventuality happens to them,” it said. Upset by the demise of a young policeman, “who laid down his precious life for the sake of the society leaving behind his young wife who is two months pregnant and a 10 month old child in lurch”, the Court remarked, “If a policeman is attacked, the Society is not safe.” The Court strongly deprecated the practice of gathering of crowds that attempt to “overpower” the Police and abuse and attack them during discharge of their statutory duty. Click Here To Download Order Read Order Next Storylast_img read more

NHS to poach senior private sector staff

first_imgSenior HR professionals in the private sector could soon be headhunted bythe NHS. The Department of Health (DoH) announced last week it is offering executive searchfirms the chance to help NHS trusts poach some of the private sectors’ mosttalented senior managers. Alastair Henderson, HR policy manager with the NHS Confederation, said thehealth service is in particular need of finding really talented and committedindividuals for director-level appointments. He said the NHS would be looking for management expertise from variousbusiness functions and highlighted HR and IT as areas where there was a highdemand for expertise. “The senior HR roles in the NHS are extremely complex, challenging andrewarding jobs, and there are a lot of opportunities there,” he said. Henderson said that by using a number of approved executive search teams,the NHS would benefit by avoiding duplication and building expertise. The NHS Confederation and the DoH are inviting executive recruitment firmsto tender for recruitment, executive search and assessment services, with aview to agreeing a shortlist in May and a final list in September. “Placing top talent in the NHS is not about crossing our fingers andhoping the talent will come to us,” he said. “The list of preferredsuppliers will help NHS trusts ensure they recruit the right people in theright jobs – whether they are from within the NHS or from outside.” By Ben Willmott Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. NHS to poach senior private sector staffOn 8 Apr 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

The cryopreservation ofChlorella

first_imgFollowing growth under sub-optimal concentrations of nutrients, cells ofChlorella emersonii accumulated lipid and became more resistant to the damage caused by freezing and thawing. These results suggest that the factor responsible for the cold hardening of someChlorella spp is not the effect of low temperatures per se but simply that of the reduced metabolic rate. Evidence is given that the post-thaw injury observed following rapid rates of cooling is associated with the vacuole.last_img

Scoreboard roundup — 12/17/20

first_img Written by December 18, 2020 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 12/17/20 Beau Lundcenter_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStockBy ABC News(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Thursday’s sports events:NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PRESEASONCharlotte 123, Orlando 115Detroit 97, Washington 86Houston 128, San Antonio 106Memphis 128, Atlanta 106Minnesota 129, Dallas 127 (OT)Golden State 113, Sacramento 109Utah 125, LA Clippers 105NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUELA Chargers 30, Las Vegas 27 (OT)TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALLKansas 58, Texas Tech 57Creighton 94, St. John’s 76Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img