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South Sudan National Bureau of Statistics today joined the rest of the world in the commemoration of the African Statistic Day in an effort to improve the data system in the country.
Addressing reporters at New Sudan Hotel in Juba, Deputy Chairperson of the National Bureau of Statistics, Mr John
U.K. Independence Party member Mark Reckless has come under fire on Wednesday following his suggestion that European Union migrants living in Britain could be subjected to deportation.
Yesterday, Labour party had announced its draconian plans to strip EU migrants of benefits. And within hours
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has mentioned in his latest remarks that it is still possible to investigate complaints against the two MPs recently suspended from Liberal caucus even if the two unidentified NDP MPs, who shared the allegations in the first place, refuse to participate. Trudeau told
The MP booted from the separatist Bloc Quebecois for publicly opposing Quebec's values charter, Maria Mourani, joined the NDP on Wednesday. Representing Montreal's Ahuntsic riding as an independent since 2013, Mourani, signed her NDP membership card in front of reporters in Ottawa.
Mourani vowed to
Judge Gary Hearn will decide on Wednesday that for how long former Conservative staffer, Michael Sona, will stay behind bars after being convicted in the 2011 robocalls scandal. The Crown has proposed that Michael Sona be jailed up to at least 18 months, whereas his defence lawyer, Norm Boxall,
Auditor general, Bonnie Lysyk, has revealed in a recent report that Premier Kathleen Wynne’s decision to reopen teacher contracts and soften a wage-freeze bill imposed by her predecessor, Dalton McGuinty, cost taxpayers almost $468 million. Unveiling the long-awaited special report into the 2012
Shares in companies owning pubs have fallen sharply on Wednesday after MPs voted yesterday to scrap the historic ‘beer-tie’ rule enabling landlords to buy their beer on the open market.
Enterprise Inns - the nation's largest operator with 5,500 pubs, have seen its share price being dropped by 15
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