Italy’s ‘Beckham Law’ Tax Explained
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Italy’s ‘Beckham Law’ Tax Explained

On June 27th, 2019, a bill known as the Decreto Crescita, or the Growth Decree in English, passed through Italy’s Senate. The purpose of the legislation is to boost the stuttering Italian economy, but it could also have a major impact on football and on the ability of Serie A clubs to attract the world’s […]

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First Speech to Parliament by Luke Howarth MP
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First Speech to Parliament by Luke Howarth MP

I call the Honourable Member for Petrie. Madam Speaker, I rise today humbled by the responsibility placed in me by my community. I congratulate you on your election to the chair. When I first heard that you were to be nominated I thought that you would be an excellent choice and a fair Speaker, and […]

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Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours
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Statue of Liberty Tickets and Tours

For more than a century, the single most recognizable symbol of the United States of America, the Statue of Liberty stands in New York Harbor. This video provides important information on tickets, crown access, and guided tours. Technically, there is no cost to visit Liberty Island. What you have to pay for is a ticket […]

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ILO: Changing Lives
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ILO: Changing Lives

Hello and welcome to this introduction to the work of the International Labour Organization, the United Nations agency for Social Justice and Decent Work. One hundred years ago, in 1919 when the ILO was created, governments employer’s and worker’s organizations understood that we need to work together to improve labour conditions around the world. As […]

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European Parliament elects five EPP Group VPs
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European Parliament elects five EPP Group VPs

At the European Parliament in Strasbourg, EPP Group Chairman Manfred Weber welcomes the nominee for European Commission president, German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen, a member of the EPP family. As Parliament’s strongest political force, the EPP Group pledges to work closely with the Commission during the next five-year term. The European People’s Party […]

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