Disabled Canadian woman told to leave UK after 47 years

Margaret O’Brien’s treatment by Home Office suggests scandal goes beyond Windrush generation London: Margaret O’Brien, 69, moved from Canada to Wolverhampton in 1971, got married, had three children and worked for the local council for more than 25 years variously as a dinner lady, meals on wheels driver, lollipop lady …

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Salman to inaugurate Qiddiya on Wednesday

Riyadh: Qiddiya, the entertainment, sports and cultural destination planned for Riyadh, will be inaugurated by King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz on Wednesday. The ceremony will mark the official launch of the project’s first phase of development planned to be completed in 2022. “The inauguration by the Custodian of the Two …

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Schooling may soon be conducted online, say experts

NAT Dr Fahem Al Nuaimi

Online schools and universities well-suited to today’s tech-savvy generation, and also help connect disadvantaged populations Etihad Almubtakirah technology solutions by Department of education and knowledge is presented at the education conference Bett Middle East and Africa at ADNEC. Abu Dhabi: With the emergence of comprehensive online learning, the UAE will …

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Resolution issued on public holidays in Dubai

HR Department will be responsible for announcing Dubai government’s public holidays Dubai: Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince and Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council, issued Executive Council Resolution No. 14 of 2018 pertaining to the announcement of official holidays in Dubai. Pursuant to the …

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