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· State pension warning: Triple lock 'no longer affordable' amid Rishi Sunak spending plans →
When asked if he would honour the mechanism, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: “We are going to meet all of our manifesto commitments, unless I specifically tell you otherwise.
· Pakistan’s Kashmir Policy Post-Article 370 →
Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) chose to ignore the issue of Kashmir in the election manifesto.
· Singapore General Elections: New Dawn for the Opposition? →
Their relatively airy manifesto is of no concern to the PSP, who seem to be primarily campaigning on character and sentiment.
· GE2020: 'Truly united Singapore' needs Parliament that reflects all views, says PSP's Tan Cheng Bock →
As for protecting livelihoods, Dr Tan noted the PSP’s manifesto contained details of the party’s proposals regarding issues such as the Central Provident Fund and housing, and what can be done to prioritise local businesses and workers.
· COVID-19 impact: Rishi Sunak warns of significant recession and jobs crunch in UK →
Sunak repeated a Conservative Party manifesto pledge to extend free hospital parking for the disabled, frequent outpatient attendees, and parents of sick children who are staying overnight and night-shift workers.
· Singapore GE: Is PAP going for super majority again in Parliament? →
The party has outlined its plan in its manifesto, particularly on retaining and creating jobs while restarting the economy as the impact of Covid-19 wanes, and how to keep Singaporeans and migrant workers safe, and prevent Covid-19 from overwhelming the republic’s healthcare system.
The New York Times
· Campaign Urges NASA to Rename the John C. Stennis Space Center →
He was one of 19 senators who signed the Southern Manifesto, which said the Supreme Court had abused its power and infringed on states’ rights when it ruled, in Brown v. Board of Education in 1954, that racially segregated public schools were inherently unequal.
The Rio Times
· Brazil’s Largest Companies Demand End to Amazon Deforestation →
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Leaders of some of Brazil’s largest companies as well as multinational ones with offices in the country, have delivered a ‘manifesto’ to Vice-President, Hamilton Mourão, stating their concern about the lack of swift action on the part of the Brazilian government in relation to the deforestation of the Amazon Forest.
· Resurrected, Imitation of Christ Resumes Its Tradition of Disruption →
The concept and manifesto with which we started this political art project disguised as a ‘fashion house’ remain even more relevant today,” she continues in an email exchange in which she underscores her decades-long commitment to environmentalism and collaboration.