A Human Rights Abuse Alert in relation to the ongoing situation in Algeria has been published this morning by Steven Kay QC and Gillian Higgins at the Chambers of 9 Bedford Row. The alert has been submitted to the United Nations Human Rights Council, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International.
LEO Learning, the global market leader in digital learning innovation, is celebrating its fifth birthday this July. “I think LEO’s success is based on a long history of innovation,” said Piers Lea, LEO’s Chief Strategy Officer. “It's part of our DNA to constantly strive to find new ways to deliver value to clients and this not only lives on but is thriving.”
Su-Mei Thompson CEO of Media Trust, commented: “Our Breaking into News programme offers people with little to no experience in journalism the chance to share stories about their regions and the help kick-start their careers in news. We are excited to be a part in developing the next generation of broadcast journalists!"
Ricky Knox, CEO at Tandem Bank, said: “We’re once again turning to our community to shape a new financial product, this time a crowd-designed mortgage. Many people feel like they’re priced out of the housing market or don’t have the credit record to get a favourable mortgage. We plan to address that."
Challenger bank Tandem Bank has been recognized as “Best Credit Card Provider” and “Innovation of the Year” at the Consumer Credit Awards, according to a release. The Consumer Credit Awards are run by Smart Money People. Tandem CEO Ricky Knox said the Consumer Credit Awards mean a lot to his company because the winners are voted for by consumers.
What is it like to win a World Cup? Mike Atherton catches up with Sir Geoff Hurst and Will Greenwood ahead of the England cricket team's massive day at Lord's. They talk about coping with the pressure and expectation of being hosts and tournament favourites, the importance of having the right characters in the squad and a good team spirit, as well as the role luck has to play.