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Experiences highlighted in the report demonstrate examples of potential discrimination and failure to act upon this research may lead to employment tribunals in the future.
The Immigrant Council of Ireland said vulnerable people could suffer as a result of the failure to act.
The charity says failure to act on this threatens to "bring down the NHS".
WASHINGTON, Ramadan 05, 1436, June 22, 2015, SPA -- Failure to act on climate change could cause an estimated 57,000 deaths in the United States from poor air quality by 2100, the Obama administration argued in a new report Monday that warns of dire effects of global warming, according to AP.
THE police chief who ran the local force at the time of a widespread child sex abuse scandal in Rotherham has insisted he had "no idea" it was going on and is "embarrassed" at the failure to act to stop it.
The North East authorities expressed their concerns about the Government's failure to act in evidence to the Commons Education Committee.
Summary: Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt blasted Tuesday the international community's silence on the ongoing killings in Syria, blaming the world's failure to act for the continued bloodshed in the war-ravaged country.
A FORMER minister is attempting to force a vote on introducing tax breaks for married couples, claiming that patience is "being severely stretched" over the failure to act on the Tory pledge.
The report further states that the area SHO has been removed from his post for his failure to act responsible
He said a failure to act could jeopardise development in the Gulf.
The film would likely trace the arc of Paterno - a man who embodied honour and the pursuit of excellence, only to see his legacy demolished by his failure to act against Sandusky's crimes.