|decision was made||決定が下された|
|made the decision||決定した|
|via unanimous decision||全会一致の決定により|
· Lockdown: What will government announce after latest three-week review today? →
The curbs on people’s freedoms imposed in late March must, by law, be reviewed every three weeks – which makes 28 May the latest decision day for Boris Johnson.
· Facebook knew its algorithm made people turn against each other but stopped research →
Facebook executives took the decision to end research that would make the social media site less polarising for fears that it would unfairly target right-wing users, according to new reports.
· Courier firm accused of targeting union activists for redundancy →
In legal arguments submitted to the employment tribunal on behalf of the claimants, lawyers said: “The claimants all feel victimised for daring to take part in trade union activities and these decisions will have terrible consequences on their private and family lives.
· Ill-advised car journeys on film – ranked! →
Now, the entire Fast & Furious oeuvre is filled with poor automotive decisions – examples include the time when they were all flipped into the air by a surfacing submarine; the time they raced a military drone through a tunnel; and the time they drove out of the middle of a skyscraper, flew through the air and went into the middle of another skyscraper.
· Virgin Media to disappear from UK high street →
About 300 of those posts will be in customer care, the majority of those based permanently at home, a decision Virgin Media has taken because of the success of its call centre staff moving to a working-from-home environment during the lockdown.
· Nissan's Sunderland factory safe but plant in Barcelona will close →
The decision puts 2,800 jobs at risk in Spain but removed a short-term threat to most of the 6,700 jobs at Britain’s biggest car plant in Sunderland.
· Now a group of former Bar Council heads demand proper explanation from AG over Riza Aziz’s ‘perplexing’ DNAA decision →
KUALA LUMPUR, May 28 — A prominent group of lawyers consisting mostly of former Bar Council presidents have questioned the discharge not amounting to an acquittal (DNAA) granted to Riza Shahriz Abdul Aziz, demanding a proper explanation from the attorney general (AG) following uncertainties surrounding the actual reason behind the decision.
· Need to look at building economy with local skills: Suresh Prabhu →
Prime minister who has taken right decisions at the right time, an efficient administrative machinery and the 1.3 billion people of the country who have shown great unity and discipline in handling the situation, he noted.
· Easterly Government Properties: A Safe Office REIT You Can Rely On →
You probably should seek advice from a broker or financial adviser before making any investment decisions.
· British pilot with coronavirus in Vietnam wakes from coma →
Linh added that, by the end of this week, an official decision would be announced on whether or not doctors would gradually wean him off ECMO, or even stop the treatment altogether.