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It was the same hostile environment priorities that prompted the government in 2015 to introduce the NHS surcharge (which was partly withdrawn last week amid anger at the number of international healthcare staff forced to pay to access the NHS services they were working to provide and already paying taxes to fund).
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Mr Mullins was representing the Emergency Leaders for Climate Action group which comprises 33 former fire and emergency service leaders from around the country.
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In exchange, players were guaranteed that if no games are played they would receive service time for 2020 matching what they accrued in 2019.
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But Clinton’s remarks as president at the memorial service for the victims of the Oklahoma City domestic terrorist attack in 1995 exemplified compassionate leadership and helped dig him out of a political hole.
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We have been able to offer our clients uninterrupted service; thanks to strong employee mobilization as well as talent mobility between branches, call centers and operations teams.
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On top of that, the company also wrote down $40 million on the value of its industrial services unit, citing the recent turmoil in the oil and gas sector and the coronavirus downturn.