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BAE Systems To Cut Almost 2,000 JobsBusiness Europe News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest News US News World News 

BAE Systems To Cut Almost 2,000 Jobs

United Kingdom- BAE Systems To Cut Almost 2,000 Jobs: BAE Systems is planning to cut almost 2,000 jobs in military, maritime and intelligence services, the firm says. A total of 750 posts will go at the Warton and Samlesbury plants in Lancashire where parts for the Eurofighter Typhoon are manufactured. BAE is facing an order gap for the Typhoon so...Read More
UK CREDIT RATING DOWNGRADEDBusiness Europe News Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest News People Politics World News 

UK CREDIT RATING DOWNGRADED

The United Kingdom(Moody’s)- UK CREDIT RATING DOWNGRADED: The UK’s credit rating has been cut over concerns about the UK’s public finances and fears Brexit could damage the country’s economic growth. Moody’s, one of the major rating agencies, downgraded the UK to an Aa2 rating from Aa1. It said leaving the European Union was creating economic uncertainty at a time when the...Read More
Large-Scale Study ‘Shows Neonic Pesticides Harm Bees’Featured News Jamaica Jamaican News Latest News World News 

Large-Scale Study ‘Shows Neonic Pesticides Harm Bees’

Germany (Mckoy’s News) – Large-Scale Study ‘Shows Neonic Pesticides Harm Bees’: The most extensive study to date on neonicotinoid pesticides concludes that they harm both honeybees and wild bees. Researchers said that exposure to the chemicals left honeybee hives less likely to survive over winter, while bumblebees and solitary bees produced fewer queens. The study spanned 2,000 hectares across the...Read More
“Election UK” in high anticipation across the globeFeatured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest News Politics World News 

“Election UK” in high anticipation across the globe

“At this moment of enormous national significance there should be unity here in Westminster, but instead there is division.The country is coming together, but Westminster is not,” says the current prime minister, Theresa May now that “election UK” is in high gear. Theresa May leads a vote in the House of Commons to authorize a general election. Under the Fixed...Read More
Foreign Exchange: J$128.54 to US$1.00Business Featured News Jamaica Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News 

Foreign Exchange: J$128.54 to US$1.00

Kingston, Jamaica (McN) — Bank of Jamaica Daily Foreign Exchange Trading Summary: Friday, March 10, trading of the US dollar to the Jamaican dollar ended at J$128.54, up by seven cents. The Canadian dollar ended trading at J$94.58, down from J$95.57. The British pound sterling ended trading at J$155.65, down from J$156.56 Please Scroll Down to CommentRead More
Recent deportees are not major contributors to our crime rate – PoliceFeatured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News 

Recent deportees are not major contributors to our crime rate – Police

The police are seeking to dismiss assertions that persons deported to Jamaica in recent years are significant contributors to the country’s high crime rate. Assistant Commissioner of Police Devon Watkis, head of Area Four, said the police have not been able to accurately link deportees to criminal activities. He was speaking with journalists on Wednesday at Mobile Reserve headquarters in...Read More
Expect legal challenges to UK deportation policy – barristerBusiness Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News 

Expect legal challenges to UK deportation policy – barrister

Matondo Mukulu, a UK based Jamaican barrister, is suggesting that legal challenges could be coming to British immigration laws which force persons to leave the United Kingdom before their appeals against deportation are heard. He is predicting that the policy will be tested because of its far reaching effects. Mr. Mukulu represents one of the nearly 50 Jamaicans scheduled to...Read More
32 Jamaicans deported back home from the UK on WednesdayFeatured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News 

32 Jamaicans deported back home from the UK on Wednesday

Kingston, Jamaica (McN)  – Authorities confirmed that there were 32 Jamaicans deported from the United Kingdom back to Jamaica on Wednesday evening, March 8. It was rumored that the United Kingdom was booting over 100 Jamaicans back home. The deportees arrived at the Norman Manley International Airport on a privately chartered plane; and are being processed in Kingston, at a “Mobile...Read More
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