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Factory that supplied Tesco compensated abused worker
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Factory that supplied Tesco compensated abused worker

A Bangladeshi factory that produces clothes for Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Mothercare was forced to compensate an “outspoken” female worker after she was beaten up on the orders of management and threatened with being murdered, the Guardian has learned. The woman claimed to have been “severely beaten up” by security guards and the HR and compliance…

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Deciem founder Brandon Truaxe, the brain behind The Ordinary brand, dies aged 40
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Deciem founder Brandon Truaxe, the brain behind The Ordinary brand, dies aged 40

Brandon Truaxe, the founder and former CEO of cosmetic skincare company Deciem, which is behind the cult brand The Ordinary, has died at 40. The cause of death has not yet been released. Truaxe was best known for setting up Canada-based skincare brand The Ordinary, which sells “luxury” products at affordable prices and has been…

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Second woman carrying gene-edited baby, Chinese authorities confirm
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Second woman carrying gene-edited baby, Chinese authorities confirm

A second woman fell pregnant during the experiment to create the world’s first genetically edited babies, Chinese authorities have confirmed, as the researcher behind the claim faces a police investigation. He Jiankui shocked the scientific community last year after announcing he had successfully altered the genes of twin girls born in November to prevent them…

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New video sheds more light on students’ confrontation with Native American
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New video sheds more light on students’ confrontation with Native American

Longer video footage of a confrontation between a Native American activist and Kentucky high school students at a protest has surfaced, providing fresh insight into the controversial encounter and offering a broader view of deepening divisions in America. Initial footage circulated online appeared to show students from the private, all-male Covington Catholic High School taunting…

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Mentally ill people more at risk of losing benefits, study shows
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Mentally ill people more at risk of losing benefits, study shows

People with mental health problems such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety and low mood are at far greater risk of having their benefits stopped than those with physical ailments, research shows. Benefits claimants who have a psychiatric condition are 2.4 times more likely than those with diabetes, back pain or epilepsy to lose…

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