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    ‘She had lost all reason to live’: Undoing the horrors of being trafficked to Singapore and seeking justice

    Two Indian nationals were the first in Singapore to be sentenced for labour trafficking. But to build a strong case against them, their victims ...
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    Employment rate of Singapore citizens up over last decade: MOM report

  3. What slowing growth means for the man in the street

    Commentary: Is low growth the new normal for Singapore?

    The Singapore economy grew by 0.7 per cent in 2019. Its continued growth will be tested as it faces bigger challenges on the horizon including an ...
  4. "Stop the Brexit landslide" rally in London

    Blair tells Britain's Labour: Change or face dustbin of history

    Former Prime Minister Tony Blair, Labour's most successful election winner, will tell the opposition party it must change course after its ...
  5. An anti-Brexit protestor rides a bicycle with Union Jack flag and European Union flag attached to i

    Commentary: How the Labour party failed to connect with the working class - and lost the UK election

    Team Corbyn ran a woeful campaign and failed pretty badly in connecting with many Brits, says University of Sterling’s Eric Shaw.
  6. Britain's general election 2019

    Welcoming new lawmakers, Johnson vows a speedy Brexit

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will welcome 109 new Conservative lawmakers to parliament on Monday, promising to honour his election pledges ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Mexico's Deputy Foreign Minister for North America, Jesus Seade reacts during the

    Mexico objects to labour enforcement provision in North American trade deal

    Mexico's deputy foreign minister, Jesus Seade, said on Saturday he sent a letter to the top US trade official expressing surprise and concern over ...