Daily Archives: November 20, 2015

Not muzzled: Red Cross denies it paid Immigration multimillion-dollar bond

[Translate] Not muzzled: Red Cross denies it paid Immigration multimillion-dollar bond November 5, 2015 Adam Morton Senior Writer Asylum seekers on Nauru in 2012. The government is requiring agencies working with the migrants to seek government approval before speaking to … Continue reading

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ISIS Claims Lone Wolf Attack in Jordan That Killed Two Americans

[Translate] ISIS Claims Lone Wolf Attack in Jordan That Killed Two Americans By Bridget Johnson November 16, 2015 chat 4 comments ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack on a Jordanian police training facility that left two Americans dead — … Continue reading

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Private firms could save Britain’s police 1 billion pounds a year – G4S

[Translate] Thu Nov 19, 2015 3:10pm GMT Related: UK Private firms could save Britain’s police 1 billion pounds a year – G4S LONDON | By Li-mei Hoang An armed police officer stands outside Horseguards on Whitehall in London, Britain November … Continue reading

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Transfield’s $2.7 billion PR nightmare

[Translate] Transfield’s $2.7 billion PR nightmare Myriam Robin | Oct 28, 2015 1:07PM | EMAIL | PRINT Transfield needs its lucrative detention centre contracts. But they come at the cost of some very bad PR. Transfield  Services chair Diane Smith-Gander … Continue reading

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Transfield Services/Broadspectrum profits from cruelty

[Translate] Transfield Services/Broadspectrum profits from cruelty Saturday, November 7, 2015 By Susan Price The Annual General Meeting of Transfield Services (where shareholders voted to change its name to Broadspectrum) was the focus of refugee rights protests in Sydney on October … Continue reading

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Now’s the time to boycott companies that profit from detention

[Translate] Now’s the time to boycott companies that profit from detention Antony Loewenstein Serco and Broadspectrum (once Transfield) are vulnerable to shareholder pressure thanks to their indefensible complicity in offshore detention ‘There’s no reason, apart from corporate Stockholm Syndrome, to … Continue reading

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