Rallies in U.S. grow stronger for Gaza

first_imgAug. 4 — Protests continued across the U.S. opposing the Israeli assault on the people of Gaza and in solidarity with the resistance in that territory. They included large protests in Austin, Texas, and New York and the first mass demonstration in front of the White House on this issue. A broad coalition issued a call for another major action Aug. 9 to march on the United Nations in New York.The largest Texas demonstration in support of the people of Palestine, called “Texans for Gaza,” took place on Aug. 2 in Austin. More than 6,000 people from around the state came out to the Texas Capitol to rally and march to Austin City Hall. Condemnation of the war on Gaza was strong, militant and powerful.Some 8,000 people rallied Aug. 1 at the CNN offices in the Time-Warner building in New York to condemn that media’s pro-Zionist propaganda and to support the struggle of the Palestinian people in Gaza. Speakers and signs in the crowd at this “Mass Rally to Stand Up with Gaza Against Israeli Crimes” also condemned the U.S. government for its support of Israel.“Every shell, every missile raining down on the people of Gaza is provided free from the United States,” said Bill Dores of Al-Awda.The Answer Coalition, which initiated the Aug. 2 demonstration in Washington, D.C., reports that 50,000 people took part in the march and rally “to protest the ongoing massacre in Gaza and the U.S. government’s support for Israeli war crimes. The massive demonstration received wide media coverage, and is further proof that the world is uniting for Palestine.” (press release, Aug. 3)Students for Justice in Palestine, Al-Awda, immigration and anti-war organizations joined together in Los Angeles Aug. 2 to coincide with the national demonstration in Washington. The Southern California Immigration Coalition and International Action Center participated in a car caravan organized by Unión del Barrio from South Central Los Angeles to the demonstration in Westwood. The theme was “Stop the War on Children, from Gaza to the U.S./Mexican Border.”The previous week, the Southern California Immigration Coalition protested at President Barack Obama’s appearance at the Los Angeles Trade Technical College, demanding Obama stop the war on children from Gaza to the U.S. border. More actions are being planned uniting the two struggles in Los Angeles.About 200 people marched in San Francisco‘s Mission District on Aug. 2 as part of the national day of action. The Movimiento Reunificación por la Familia demanded the government end the deportations of unaccompanied minors fleeing Central America and release the children held in detention centers to reunite them with their families now.The protest also demanded an end to the bombardment and occupation of Gaza, and demonstrators carried signs showing the relation of the two struggles: “No to bombs and deportations! U.S./Israel, hands off our children!” and “Down with apartheid walls from Palestine to the Rio Grande!”Hundreds of voices demanded “Israel Out of Gaza Now!” at a busy downtown Atlanta intersection where thousands were attending a concert in nearby Centennial Olympic Park on Aug. 2.With red, green, black and white balloons aloft, scores of children led a march through the streets from the CNN Center to the newly opened National Center for Civil and Human Rights. There organizers read the names of about 300 of the more than 1,400 Palestinians killed in Israel’s genocidal assault on Gaza.Atlanta’s business and political leadership had promoted the creation of the Human Rights Center as a tourist attraction. Opponents of Israeli apartheid and war came to ask the obvious questions, “What about Palestinian civil and human rights?” and “When will the U.S. stop funding and supporting Israeli war crimes?”As the crowd chanted “Free Palestine,” the balloons were released to soar into the bright sunshine. Protest organizers announced weekly demonstrations in front of the Israeli consulate starting Aug. 8.A diverse crowd of Philadelphia activists and Palestine area residents rallied in Love Park on Aug. 1, followed that evening by a fundraising benefit for the people of Gaza. Ayman Nijim reported on his work helping traumatized children and families in Gaza, followed by musical performances by Al-Bustan Takht Ensemble, Farah Siraj and Farhad Afsharvand accompanied by Dr. Hasan Shahpari. Proceeds were donated to Kinder USA and Islamic Relief USA, which provide direct humanitarian relief to the people and children of Gaza.Hundreds of people came to the Stop Gaza Genocide & Protest Media Coverage at the Federal Building in downtown San Diego on Aug. 1. Protesters gathered at the Federal Building and marched to NBC headquarters to rally there. They held a long banner against the dark-tinted windows of the NBC building with some of names of men, women and children killed and their cities.Protest participants posted coverage from ABC, NBC and FOX on the Facebook event page. One participant’s comment on NBC’s coverage was, “All they gave us was a 10-second bit and focused more on the Israeli right to defend itself. … What a horrible controlled one-sided news station!!!”San Diego’s fourth protest was called by Al-Awda, San Diego Palestinian Right to Return Coalition and supported by many groups that plan to demonstrate every Friday from 4-7 p.m. at the Federal Building.FightBack! News reports that 150 people gathered in St. Paul, Minn., for Women Against Military Madness’ third weekly Friday Palestine vigil, Aug. 1. Chants of “Free Palestine” drew supportive honks from drivers.Protesters heard from Sherine Mashni, who is a family member of both 16-year-old Muhammad Abu Khudair, who was killed by Israeli settlers, and of 15-year-old Tariq Khieder, who was beaten and arrested by Israeli police and then kept on house arrest before finally being allowed to return home to Tampa, Fla. Mashni thanked the crowd for protesting and continuing to demand an end to the attack on Gaza.This week’s vigil also addressed the case of Palestinian activist Rasmea Odeh, who had a court date in Detroit the day before.Demonstrations July 31 in Tucson, Ariz., and Aug. 1 in Tampa, Fla., raised the same points as the one in St. Paul, inlcuding “Justice for Rasmea, justice for Palestine.”Along with sources cited in the text, contributing to this article were Gloria Rubac, G. Dunkel, John Parker, Dianne Mathiowetz, Joe Piette, Terri Kay and Gloria Verdieu, with editing by John Catalinotto.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Weather Continues to Dictate Crop Prices in 2013

first_img SHARE The top two factors influencing crop markets in 2013 will be the weather and the potential for a rebound in demand, which diminished last year with drought-driven high prices, Dr. Chad Hart told growers at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 94th Annual Meeting. Still, despite so many uncertainties, prices for corn and soybeans will remain historically high, according to Hart, associate professor and Extension economist at Iowa State University. “We’re not done feeling the effects of the weather system that’s hit us over the past couple of years,” the grain markets specialist said during AFBF’s session on the outlook for corn, soybeans, wheat and cotton. Of the decline in corn demand, Hart said it had to happen. “When we saw the drought coming, prices went up, demand went down. The question for 2013 is, can we move forward?” Hart said a slight increase in demand for corn for feed suggests we can push past the pinch of high prices. In addition, better-than-expected yields and the moderating of prices bode well for upping demand. Although the corn export market has been cut in half because of higher prices, growers are taking little notice with domestic feed needs driving much of the demand, according to Hart. On the other hand, climbing prices have had little effect on international demand for soybeans, which got a little boost from late-season rain. Facebook Twitter On a related note, if projection holds out for this year, Brazil will surpass the U.S. as the world’s top soybean producer.“The [price] story changes a bit with wheat,” which has given up a lot of land for corn and soybeans, despite an increase in the use of wheat for feed. Cotton, too, has given up a lot of land, and that’s unlikely to change with cotton prices depressed largely because of the large reserve of cotton. “Until [China’s] cotton market moves, it’s going to be hard for cotton to gain upside traction,” Hart said. The drought and the high-prices it led to have caused a drop in biofuel demand, which until recently was steadily climbing. Hart said that he doesn’t expect much growth, if any, in the ethanol industry, at least over the next few years. By Gary Truitt – Jan 14, 2013 center_img Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Weather Continues to Dictate Crop Prices in 2013 SHARE Previous articleA Shot at Congress as Farm Bureau Begins Annual MeetingNext articleSeed Consultants Market Watch 1-14-13 Evening Comment with Gary Wilhelmi Gary Truitt Weather Continues to Dictate Crop Prices in 2013last_img read more

Funding agreed for Elmwood Downs drainage

first_img Twitter €16,000 is being provided to Letterkenny Town Council for drainage works at Elmwood Downs. Part of the estate has been badly affected by flooding in recent years, and during a recent visit to Letterkenny, Junior Minister Brian Hayes met with a number of residents.Town Engineer John Mc Carron presented him with a plan to address the issue, funding to implement that plan has been confirmed today.Local Cllr Jimmy Kavanagh says it will make a big difference……. Previous article10% of Donegal’s business premises are lying vacantNext articleBrother of murdered journalist ‘he was in the wrong place at the wrong time’ News Highland Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – June 26, 2012 Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Twittercenter_img Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire WhatsApp Google+ Newsx Adverts Funding agreed for Elmwood Downs drainage Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Pinterest Facebooklast_img read more

Donegal council officials meet NRA this week to discuss salt stocks

first_img Donegal council officials meet NRA this week to discuss salt stocks RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Donegal County Council is meeting with the National Roads Authority this week to discuss salt stocks for the coming winter.Responding to Cllr Martin Farren who raised the issue in the chamber this week, Roads Service Director John Mc Laughlin confirmed that the NRA has brought in extra salt stocks this year, and discussions on where to deploy that salt are now under way.He indicated the council is increasing its storage capacity, particularly in Carndonagh and Stranorlar.Cllr Faerren is welcoming the indications, saying he never again wants to be called to a meeting in mid December to be told some roads cannot be treated properly……….. By News Highland – June 28, 2011 Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th center_img Pinterest Twitter Previous articleDerry parents jailed after children found in horrific conditionsNext articleInishowen spitfire being dug up as part of BBC TV programme News Highland Facebook WhatsApp Newsx Adverts Google+ Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook WhatsApplast_img read more

Child Rights Violations Amidst Lockdown: Calcutta HC Directs Investigation Into Trafficking In Garb Of Child Marriages [Read Order]

first_imgNews UpdatesChild Rights Violations Amidst Lockdown: Calcutta HC Directs Investigation Into Trafficking In Garb Of Child Marriages [Read Order] Mehal Jain28 Jun 2020 12:38 AMShare This – xThe Calcutta High Court, taking strict stock of child rights violations amidst the lockdown, recently pulled up the state police on several accounts. Taking note of the affidavit of the Home Secretary, the Calcutta High Court observed that while there have been no instances of child trafficking, however, child marriages during this period in most of the districts have been…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?LoginThe Calcutta High Court, taking strict stock of child rights violations amidst the lockdown, recently pulled up the state police on several accounts. Taking note of the affidavit of the Home Secretary, the Calcutta High Court observed that while there have been no instances of child trafficking, however, child marriages during this period in most of the districts have been rampant. “This alarming rise of child marriages during this lockdown period has given us a strong impression that these child marriages may be in the garb of child trafficking and we, accordingly, direct the Superintendent of Police of every districts to investigate into the cases regarding child marriage and to find out if such child marriages are for economic consideration or under the garb of child trafficking”, said the Division Bench. The Court required that the perpetrators of these child marriages should be dealt with in accordance with law and cases should be registered against them without any delay. From a newspaper report, the Court learnt that a minor Bengali girl has been recently recovered by the Maharashtra police with the help of the N.G.O.s . “The trafficking took place in the year 2018 and although complaints were made against three traffickers, it is reported that no attempt was made by the Bagda Police Station in recovering the female child”, remarked the bench, calling for a report to be filed with regard to the investigation of the said child trafficking case from the date of lodging of the complaint till date, together with an explanation for not being able to recover the child until intervention of the Maharashtra police. The Court also brought it to the attention of the learned Advocate General that 13 C.C.L. boys from an Observation Special Home had escaped, which incident was culminated in registration of FIR on March 8 under Section 363 of the Indian Penal Code. “Two of such C.C.L. boys have surrendered but the fate of the 11 C.C.L. boys are stillunknown. We are not happy with the investigation. The Police have not yet been able to recover the said 11 C.C.L. boys”, stated the bench. Recording Of 164 Statements Within 48 Hours “We have received reports from the District Judges and the POSCO Courts that the investigating officers in most of the districts are delaying in production of the victim and/or filing application for recording of statement under Section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code which only can enure to the benefit of the perpetrators of the crime”, reflected the bench. It accordingly directed the Superintendent of Police of all the districts to ensure that the victims are produced immediately and not later than 48 hours before the Magistrates for recording of the statement under Section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code. All delays attributable to the prosecution should be immediately addressed and all attempts should be made that the progress of the trial takes place without any delay. “We understand that during the lockdown period police officers and the public prosecutors are facing difficulty. But we find no reason for not ensuring the recording of the statement of the victims under Section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code”, said the bench, adding that the Superintendent of Police of all the districts must also ensure that there is no delay in investigation of the cases relating to child rights violation and charge-sheet are filed in time. Inadequate Infrastructure Of Juvenile Justice Boards and CWC The Court took note that the reports shared by the Visitors and Principal Magistrates of the Juvenile Justice Boards and the Chairperson of the C.W.C. showing that in most of the districts, the J.J.B.s are functioning under tremendous stress and the infrastructure is extremely inadequate: i. No chamber for the Principal Magistrate and other members of the committee,ii. Lack of office space, iii. No separate room for vulnerable child witnesses, iv. No separate entrance for the C.C.L. and vulnerable witnesses, v. No official vehicle is assigned to the Principal Magistrate, vi. Lack of broad-band connection and inconsistent bandwidth, vii. Lack of hardware and software infrastructure required for audio video linkage,viii. Inadequate and/or no support staff like bench clerk, lower division clerk-cum-typist, counsellor etc.,ix. No separate provision of wash-room for female staff/members/lady officers,x. No separate room for counselling for the C.C.L.s and for sitting of social worker members,xi. Lack of maintenance of public toilets and wash-room of Principal Magistrates. The bench recorded the assurance of the Advocate General that he would immediately take up the issue with the Home Secretary and on the adjourned date would apprise as to the steps taken to remove such deficiencies. COVID Testing Of Children Of Migrants Taking note of the report filed by the Secretary, Department of Health and Family Welfare, the Court observed that 75 children of the migratory workers have been found to be Covid-19 positive and subsequently they were referred to designated covid hospitals, samples were collected from asymptomatic children of migratory workers and 43 of such samples were reported as positive. Those 43 children were admitted at designated covid hospitals and as of now, those children have been discharged from such hospitals after recovery. “However, considering the safety of the children we would like to know if any random test was carried out of the children of the migratory workers and if so, disclose the result of such random test with specific comment as to whether anyone of them tested positive, save and except the particulars already disclosed”, demanded the bench. Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Storylast_img read more

Role Of Courts Assumes Great Importance In Realizing The Full Potential Of ADR: Justice NV Ramana

first_imgNews UpdatesRole Of Courts Assumes Great Importance In Realizing The Full Potential Of ADR: Justice NV Ramana LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK17 March 2021 8:28 PMShare This – xSupreme Court Judge, Justice NV Ramana recently emphasized on the significance of alternative dispute redressal mechanism for reducing pendency of cases in Indian Courts. He observed that the different ADR processes provide millions of people a platform to settle their issues and an effective execution of these processes can surely reduce the pendency. He also emphasized that…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?LoginSupreme Court Judge, Justice NV Ramana recently emphasized on the significance of alternative dispute redressal mechanism for reducing pendency of cases in Indian Courts. He observed that the different ADR processes provide millions of people a platform to settle their issues and an effective execution of these processes can surely reduce the pendency. He also emphasized that the ADR mechanisms maximize stakeholder participation and allow litigants a degree of control over the resolution process. In this context, Justice Ramana observed, “Since ADR is designed around a participatory model, its adoption is going to break existing barrier; from being am ‘outsider to the process’ the citizens with their direct involvement will be the ‘insiders in the process'”. He highlighted the issue of pendency of cases and observed that we cannot remain ignorant of the large number of pending cases. He also suggested certain methods of dealing with judicial delays such as, ‘reforming the judicial process and strengthening the judicial infrastructure’ and ‘settling existing disputes through amicable dispute resolution methods’. The Judge was addressing the 1st Justice JS Verma Memorial ADR & Client Counselling Competition. He recollected that Justice JS Verma believed in settling issues by means of arbitration, mediation and conciliation from the very beginning and stressed on the necessity of a steadier and more efficient system of arbitration. At last, Justice Ramana highlighted the integral role of Legal Services Authorities in disposal of cases through ADR mechanisms. He revealed that over 1,32,378 cases were resolved through mediation in the year 2019 and 2020. He commended the efforts of Legal Services Authorities during the pandemic by observing that, “swiftly adapting to challenges faced during the pandemic, the Legal Services Authorities innovatively leveraged technology and introduced E-Lok Adalats and Online mediations. Over 78,41,641 cases were disposed of by National Lok Adalats in 2019 and 2020, out of which 39,41,418 cases were disposed of at the pre-litigation stage itself.” Justice AM Khanwilkar, Supreme Court Judge who was also present on the occasion, remembered Justice Verma and his commitment to the Rule of Law. He highlighted Justice Verma’s celebrated judgment in Vishaka v. State of Rajasthan and his personal liking towards the ADR. The Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management Studies (MAIMS) is conducting its 1st Justice JS Verma Memorial ADR & Client Counselling Competition from 17 -19 March 2021. The inaugural ceremony of the competition was held on 17th March at India International Centre. A book on Specific Contracts by Prof (Dr.) Rajni Malhotra Dhingra, was also released on the occasion.Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

‘Christmas can be saved if right measures are taken’

first_img Harps come back to win in Waterford FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 By News Highland – October 8, 2020 Facebook Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Christmas can be saved if the right measures are taken, according to public health officials. NPHET is warning that cases of Covid-19 could exceed 1,000 a day in a matter of weeks and says we are now in a period of exponential growth.611 cases were confirmed yesterday, along with 5 deaths.60 of the cases were in Donegal, the highest ever daily number here.Public health officials will meet again today and say they are deeply concerned by the rate of transmission since they last met on Sunday.Chairman of the NPHET Modelling Advisory Group, Philip Nolan, outlines the prediction he made just three weeks ago.Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/nolan7am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter Previous articleNew restrictions expected for North todayNext articleConcern expressed over ‘open clusters’ in nursing homes News Highland Google+center_img ‘Christmas can be saved if right measures are taken’ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Pinterest Facebook Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Google+ AudioHomepage BannerNews WhatsApplast_img read more

PSNI issue warning after man dies after consuming unknown substances

first_img Previous articleFile prepared for Coroner after post mortem of 30 year oldNext articleSeamus Coleman says there’s a fresh feeling in Ireland camp News Highland Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Facebook By News Highland – May 28, 2018 Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter PSNI issue warning after man dies after consuming unknown substancescenter_img Police have issued a warning after a man in his 30s died and a man in his 20s is seriously unwell after consuming unknown substances.The investigation is at an early stage but Police believe that drugs may be a factor in both incidents.A number of other people are also believed to have sought medical treatment last night after becoming unwell.Detectives want to hear from anyone who was at the property on Northland Road in Moneymore in Derry last night where the incidents happened.They’re advising anyone considering taking any type of substance not to do so. News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Twitter WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Facebooklast_img read more

Firms ignoring corporate code on governance

first_img Comments are closed. Firms ignoring corporate code on governanceOn 7 Oct 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Almost a third of the UK’s top companies are not conforming to the newcombined code on corporate governance, according to a new report. The survey by Deloitte shows that 31 per cent of FTSE 350 companies arefailing to comply with a best practice proposal that requires at least halftheir board members to be independent non-executive directors (NEDs). Under the new code, which comes into force on 1 November and incorporatesthe recommendations on better corporate governance from Derek Higgs, companiesmust either comply with its requirements, or explain why they won’t. According to Deloitte, non-compliant businesses would have to appoint 126more NEDs to comply with the proposals, while a further 240 NEDs do not passthe independence criteria as they were appointed more than 10 years ago. Patricia Peter, corporate governance executive at the Institute ofDirectors, said the balance was moving in favour of independent NEDs, but thatthe process would take time. “The combined code never expected companies to make an immediate andwholesale change,” she said. “However, investors will not spend money with companies that choose toshow a blatant disregard for the code.” The report also shows that 30 per cent of FTSE 350 chairmen would fail theindependence tests, as they also act as executive directors. www.deloitte.co.uklast_img read more

Hard Brexit will prompt property slump, says leading rating agency

first_imgThe housing market will experience a significant slump if Theresa May fails to secure a deal with the EU and the UK crashes out in May next year, it has been predicted.The warning has come from global ratings agency Standard & Poor’s which says house prices will dip by 9.5% and possibly more following a hard Brexit and a consequent two-year economic recession.“We estimate that household income could decline by £2,700 per year on average over 2019-2021,” its report on a hard Brexit says.“Declining household spending and weaker demand would also, by 2021, lead to significant house price declines, ending up 15% below the levels that we expect in our base-case forecasts.”Inflation riseIt also says that inflation will spike to more than 5% and that the UK’s credit rating could be downgraded, raising the cost of borrowing for the government and scotching Philip Hammond’s plans set out in Monday’s budget.Painting a somewhat doomsday scenario, Standard & Poor’s says the housing market would be hit hard when unemployment increased to 7.4% in 2020 and that the house price slump would unfold during the run up to 2021.“Our base-case scenario is that the UK and the EU will agree and ratify a Brexit deal, leading to a transition phase lasting through 2020, followed by a free trade agreement.“But we believe the risk of no deal has increased sufficiently to become a relevant rating consideration. This reflects the inability thus far of the UK and EU to reach agreement on the Northern Irish border issue, the critical outstanding component of the proposed withdrawal treaty.”Read S&P’s report ‘Countdown to Brexit: No Deal Moving Into Sight’ in full.housing market Brexit standard & poor’s Theresa May October 31, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » Hard Brexit will prompt property slump, says leading rating agency previous nextHousing MarketHard Brexit will prompt property slump, says leading rating agencyStandard & Poor’s says its modelling points to a two-year long and painful recession after a hard Brexit and house prices dropping by 10%.Nigel Lewis31st October 20180935 Viewslast_img read more