Britain flags changes to listing rules to attract tech floats – Yahoo News

Benzinga Warren Buffett In Annual Letter Signals More Stock Buybacks Coming This Year, Says Don’t ‘Bet Against America’ Warren Buffett in his annual letter to shareholders offered words of encouragement to a battered country while also signaling that more stock buybacks are to come. Buffett’s Annual Letter: The letter from the 90-year-old chief executive officer

Plan sets out steps to end direct provision – Law Society of Ireland Gazette

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Private tenants lose out in safety stakes – Voltimum

New Northern Ireland housing report from Electrical Safety First Recharge – a new report on Northern Ireland’s homes, by leading safety charity Electrical Safety First – found private tenants had less protection from electrical risk than in other parts of the UK. It also suggests how annual savings of almost £9million [1] could be made – if electrical

Housing for All? – Lexology

The Housing Minister and the Department of Housing have proposed a number of measures in an attempt to tackle the shortage of housing in Ireland and to provide additional social housing supports. The increased challenges created by Covid-19 have exacerbated a system already in crisis.  The rise in unemployment levels and uncertainty in the economy

Direct Provision to be replaced by new not-for profit system by 2024 – BreakingNews.ie

A new not-for-profit system to replace direct provision will be in place by December 2024, according to a White Paper to be launched on Friday. As the Irish Examiner reports, the long-awaited paper builds on the expert report by Dr Catherine Day which recommended ending direct provision “no later” than 2023. However, under the Government’s

New plan for asylum seekers in Ireland as Direct Provision to be phased out – Leinster Express

The end is in sight for direct provision centres with the publication of a plan to cease the practice of paying firms to house asylum seekers in former hotels and other communal buildings on a long term basis. Instead, new arrival centres are planned during what is termed a four-month ‘orientation’ phase. At the end

Ghosts and the Big House: rediscovering a lost world in Ireland – Financial Times

It was WB Yeats who made Lissadell famous. A Greek Revival-style limestone mansion built in the 1830s for Sir Robert Gore-Booth, it stands in a 400-acre estate overlooking the Atlantic Ocean about nine miles from Sligo on Ireland’s north-west coast. Yeats was first invited to stay in 1894, and while the exterior of the house

Government takes first steps to end Ireland's Direct Provision system – Offaly Express

Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, T.D., today published a White Paper to End Direct Provision and to establish a new International Protection Support Service. This White Paper sets out a new Government policy to replace Direct Provision, which will be phased out over the next four years. “A new system

State plans to end Direct Provision by 2024 and replace system with not-for-profit accommodation – TheJournal.ie

Image: RollingNews.ie Image: RollingNews.ie Updated 20 hours ago INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION APPLICANTS will spend no more than four months in six State-owned, not-for-profit centres before moving into their own accommodation under a new model aimed at ending the institutionalised Direct Provision system by 2024.  The Government’s White Paper published today lays out measures to overhaul the

Direct Provision to be abolished by 2024 under major plans for housing asylum seekers – Irish Mirror

Ireland’s Direct Provision centres – for years the site of international controversy and condemnation – are nearing the end of their existence. The Government has announced that all existing facilities will be replaced by State-owned accommodation by the end of 2024. In a major shift in the way Ireland treats its asylum seekers, those looking