Monthly Archives: July 2012

The UK Visa Barrier

John Waite’s latest report for Face the Facts addresses the conflict between the economic objective of growth and the UK’s visa policy. In August 2010 Prime Minister Cameron recognised that tourism is vital in helping get the UK’s finances in … Continue reading






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The Olympics reveals our problems

Tonight’s London Evening Standard is headlined Olympic Crisis – singular. Although it reports that with the Olympics two weeks away the “London Games are struck by double blow”. Problem 1: The M4 Motorway remains closed although it was expected to … Continue reading






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Children to get more care against the "export trade"

The UK’s Guardian reported on Tuesday that children in care are to get more protection against ‘export trade’. This is not a follow-up to the issue which is being raised in Cambodia and which was raised last year during WTMWRTD. … Continue reading






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