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Old 15th April 2019, 17:55   #481 (permalink)
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Re: A hard year for Turkey.

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https://www.algemeiner.com/2019/04/1...arly-a-decade/

When is there going to some go news
I imagine quite a number of employers have let people go following the 25% increase in minimum wage.....and associated employee costs that are link to minimum wage.
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Old 15th April 2019, 17:59   #482 (permalink)
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I imagine quite a number of employers have let people go following the 25% increase in minimum wage.....and associated employee costs that are link to minimum wage.
There is a lot of people working under the new minimum wage to keep their jobs
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Old 26th April 2019, 20:31   #483 (permalink)
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Re: A hard year for Turkey.

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Old 26th April 2019, 20:58   #484 (permalink)
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Stark raving bonkers .

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Yes, thats true enoc. There's a new girl working in the office on our complex who was paid under the minimum in her previous job. She could have taken them to court but didnt.
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Re: A hard year for Turkey.

A hard year for Turkey looks to me like it could get harder. Turning people away on the UK side for not printing out visas. I just had to let a friend know to print a hard copy because they thought it would be good enough just to have it on their phone if needed.
Plus I've had to refuse a member of my family and friends coming to my (nans) villa because if I'm not there it's all the registration kerfuffle. I understand why it's done but it's getting ridiculous. At the end of the day Turkey will lose out on tourisms money.
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I find these arrests confusing ...unless the Turkish Government want to show in some way to the US they are in danger from people they alone class as terrorists feto led by the cleric Fethullah Gülen ... so they will drop the restrictions on Turkey's claim for the cleric's extradition home .

because why on earth would the cleric that is receiving asylum in the US with the US resisting Turkish calls for his extradition want to jeopardise that by a terror attack on the embassy of his country of asylum ? sounds like a lame attempt by the Turks.
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I find these arrests confusing ...unless the Turkish Government want to show in some way to the US they are in danger from people they alone class as terrorists feto led by the cleric Fethullah Gülen ... so they will drop the restrictions on Turkey's claim for the cleric's extradition home .

because why on earth would the cleric that is receiving asylum in the US with the US resisting Turkish calls for his extradition want to jeopardise that by a terror attack on the embassy of his country of asylum ? sounds like a lame attempt by the Turks.
We will see what happens June 25.
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We will see what happens June 25.
It seems the US know these are politically motivated arrests ...As not coincidental that two US Senators put forward a bipartisan bill to the Senate. A shame for the people being used as political pawns...

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The bill, introduced by Republican Senator Roger Wicker and Democrat Ben Cardin, also calls on President Donald Trump to urge Turkey to respect for the fundamental freedoms, saying thousands were victims of politically-motivated prosecution.

“The Turkish government’s false imprisonment of Americans and Turkish citizens employed by the United States in Turkey is a gross violation of their human rights,” Senator Cardin said in the statement. “Our bill makes clear that the United States will not tolerate years of Turkish recalcitrance on these cases.”
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-u...-idUSKCN1RL2ZQ

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Re: A hard year for Turkey.

From The Sun: "...thanks to a huge surge in bookings this year, Turkey is now the second most popular destination for Thomas Cook customers."

Full: https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/8948...one-for-brits/

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