You be surprised. Just a decade ago you be laughed at for thinking that Ireland would start moving towards a more liberal view of the world yet here we are, finally supporting the bare basics like bodily autonomy for women, gay marriage, etc etc. The Greens are even talking about letting us smoke hash now..
Financial news: The pound has jumped to a one month high against the dollar after a survey indicated the UK’s manufacturing sector rebounded sharply in August. The Markit/CIPS purchasing managers’ index (PMI) for the sector rose to 53.3 in August from July’s figure of 48.3. A figure above 50 indicates expansion.
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“China does not enforce the mandated ban on luxury goods,” Bonnie Glaser, of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said in testimony before the US Congress in January. “Chinese customs data shows that North Korea imported $US2.09 ($2.7) billion worth of luxury goods between 2012 and 2014.” Her conclusion? Washington should consider sanctioning Beijing, too. The latest sanctions on North Korea, announced by the Security Council earlier this month, try to close some of those loopholes.
His younger brother left the coffee growing mountains of central Honduras for the United States seven years ago and thrived in Maryland with his wife and children. His sister followed, and also did well. Their eldest brother was killed in a drive by shooting in San Pedro Sula, one of Latin America’s most dangerous cities..
As well as reporting from the Champions League finals almost every year since he joined, Alex has been CNN’s man on the ground at the Wimbledon and French Open tennis championships, Vancouver Winter Olympics and the FIFA World Cup in both South Africa and Brazil. Alex has also reported from France for Euro 2016 and the London Olympics in 2012, amongst many other competitions.He has interviewed world sport icons such as Serena Williams, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Usain Bolt, Roger Federer, Arsene Wenger, Ji Sung Park, Michael Ballack and Padraig Harrington. Recently he spoke to both the former and current FIFA Presidents, Sepp Blatter and Gianni Infantino.Alex also presents CNN World Rugby, a monthly feature show for CNNI, and has contributed to Living Golf and Open Court in the past.Before joining CNN, Alex was a sports reporter and presenter at Sky television in the UK, appearing on Sky News and Channel 5 News.