Published: Nov 24, 2021
Tens of thousands of European Union citizens are still applying to remain in the U.K. months after the governments post-Brexit deadline, a sign that many businesses may be employing people without so-called settled status.
Published: Oct 04, 2021
A massive trove of private financial records shared with The Washington Post exposes vast reaches of the secretive offshore system used to hide billions of dollars from tax authorities, creditors, criminal investigators and - in 14 cases involving current country leaders - citizens around the world.
Published: Jul 20, 2021
TORONTO - Canada on Monday said it will begin to ease pandemic restrictions at the U.S.-Canada border next month, allowing U.S. citizens and permanent residents living in the United States who are fully vaccinated with Canadian-authorized vaccines to enter for nonessential travel without quarantining.
Published: Jul 11, 2021
The government should pay more attention to disaster prevention and mitigation, according to Suan Dusit Poll opinion survey on Sunday following last weeks deadly explosion and inferno at a factory in Samut Prakan province.
Published: May 30, 2019
In a world where microchips can be implanted into people’s bodies, where devices talk and by all appearances “think” on their own, and where almost all of our collective knowledge is available at the touch of a finger, it seems strange to chastise children over time spent on phones.
Published: Mar 10, 2019
I fully agree with Vint Chavala that “politicians are as much to blame as soldiers in making democracy unattainable in Thailand thus far”. However, I respectfully submit that no matter how unspeakable our politicians are, they are no worse that the voters who chose them, and who failed to constantly monitor them once in office.