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This is not about removing a threat posed by the murdered individuals. Instead, these actions send a message to anyone else who might consider speaking out against Putin that they too could be targeted - and that "the West" is unable to keep them safe. That is also why they've used rare, detectable poisons rathern than some method of assassination ...


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As to 'the circumstances surrounding the implementation of this law', according to this 2013 statement by the then Home Secretary Theresa May, there's no law involved: There is no entitlement to a passport and no statutory right to have access to a passport. The decision to issue, withdraw, or refuse a British passport is at the discretion of the Secretary ...


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(Note that the mandatory vaccine for Health and Social care is a devolved matter, currently it only applies in England, and not in the other nations of the UK) The most significant attempt to convince English nurses and midwives to get vaccinated is the decision that it would be dismissed if they didn't. That is a strong-arm tactic. It makes the negatives of ...


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Forbes that explains that such a tax would be at most revenue neutral. According to the author, the UK would want also to give tax credits for losses. Then since the bookies take a slice, there will be more losses than winnings, hence more credits than taxes, and the government will lose money on the whole. . . . I am wondering if the real reason that ...


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