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North Korean Defectors Testify Before Parliament


North Korean Defectors Testify Before Parliament


05/11/2013

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Parliament will hear the testimony on the grave state of human rights from a number of defectors from North Korea. Open to the public, the… Read More ›

Parliament Passes Controversial Standardized Pilot Flying Hour Legislation


Parliament Passes Controversial Standardized Pilot Flying Hour Legislation


20/10/2013

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Parliament recently passed legislation regulating flying hours for UK pilots. The regulation was passed as a means to standardize UK pilot flying hours and rest… Read More ›

Fact-Finding Missions Sheds New Light on Sri Lankan National Progress


Fact-Finding Missions Sheds New Light on Sri Lankan National Progress


05/10/2013

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A recent Parliamentary fact-finding mission showed that much more humane and positive progress has been made in the redevelopment of Sri Lanka than what is… Read More ›

Parliament Tells Google Piracy Actions Not Strong Enough

Parliament Tells Google Piracy Actions Not Strong Enough

29/09/2013

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A Parliamentary committee recently undertook an investigation of popular search engine, Google’s, efforts to reduce online piracy. Members of Parliament were not impressed with the… Read More ›