Uk, Irish Women Plead Guilty To Trafficking In Peru
By the time the week was over he had sold more than 10 works, with prices ranging from $1,800 to nearly $3,000. – [/] A performance spectator admires some of the pieces at Basel Art. – [/] Photo A performance piece at Basel Scope, done by an unidentified nearly naked man who moved in slow motion up and down the aisles dressed like a Greek version of Mars, the god of war. – [/] Photo A performance piece at Scope. The man clutched a staff, on which a plastic container for motor oil with the BP logo was impaled. – [/] An installation piece at Basel Art. – [/] An installation piece with paper tubes at Basel Art. – [/] A gallery scene at the Scope Basel show. – [/] A sculpture of Sperone Westwater Gallery’s employee, Michael Short, by Evan Penny. – [/] Evan Penny’s sculpture of Michael Short. – [/] A woman views Jaume Plensa’s “Tel Aviv Man,” (Study) 2010, Galerie Lelong, Paris. – [/] Photo “Medusa marinara,” 1997 a photographic representation of the Medusa in spaghetti and tomato sauce by New York-based Brazilian artist, Vic Muniz. – [/] Children play around Ai Weiwei’s piece, “Field,” 2010.
Shred-it Urges UK Businesses to Combine Waste Streams
Closing the loop on waste is not only good sustainability practice but can also save UK businesses time and money if they combine these waste streams. “UK companies are beginning to realise that saving costs, maintaining the highest levels of information security and protecting the environment are no longer nice to haves but a must for any organisation wanting to walk the walk in terms of operating responsibly. Businesses can reduce their organisations’ negative environmental impact at the same time as protecting their reputation and bottom line by hiring an information destruction provider that combines these waste streams,” said Robert Guice, Executive Vice President, Shred-it EMEA. “I’m surprised by the number of customers and businesses that do not realise that paper dropped in one of our locked bins is already part of the recycling loop. Shred-it recycles all the documents they shred, meaning that businesses are able to recycle and destroy confidential or sensitive information at the same time, without implementing two separate control systems. On top of that, businesses can work confidently knowing that they are compliant with regulations enforced by the Information Commissioner’s Office in the UK,” he added. While businesses’ environmental values, philosophies and practices differ, most of them recycle paper – one of the easiest and most common environmental practices.However, not all businesses realise they are also obligated to ensure the security of the information they have put into recycling and waste bins. Documents left in recycling bins for pick up by local authorities and waste contractors can leave businesses – and their customers – at risk of security breaches, and have the potential to cause cases of identity theft and fraud. Without security procedures integrated into paper recycling, even documents that have been ripped and torn may lead to serious privacy and security breaches at any point in the document disposal process.Such documents are vulnerable to being mishandled, lost or stolen.Compromised information, no matter how small, can in turn lead to expensive litigation, damaged reputation and a loss of customer trust. Experts from Shred-it have produced an environmental checklist outlining some important considerations for businesses when taking care of their document destruction needs: “Shred all-Recycle all”Top-tips forUKbusinesses Environmental Needs: Make sure to use an information destruction provider that understands environmental responsibility – ask about your supplier’s current environmental targets and goals If your supplier truly values the environment, they’ll be able to provide statistics about the positive impact they’re making through their overall operations Ask your document destruction provider where the shredded paper goes. Make sure the shredded paper is recycled once it leaves your premise, and not just thrown in the landfill Know and share the results of your recycling efforts. For example, calculate how many trees your office has “saved” by its paper recycling efforts. Then, you can keep tallies and try to increase this every year, and encourage employees to participate Security Needs: Place all waste paper in secure receptacles prior to their destruction and recycling Educate staff on the importance of keeping discarded documents secure Ensure your information destruction provider has a strict chain of custody to ensure documents are secure until their destruction Ask to view your supplier’s document destruction process Request a document certifying that your paper waste has been securely destroyed By using Shred-it’s information destruction services, for each two shredding containers provided by the company that are filled, their customers save one tree.
UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Wednesday, Sept. 25
25 Markets LONDON, Sept 25 | Wed Sep 25, 2013 1:48am EDT LONDON, Sept 25 (Reuters) – Britain’s FTSE 100 index is seen opening flat to 8 points lower on Wednesday, according to financial bookmakers. For more on the factors affecting European stocks, please click on * U.S. Senate Republicans on Tuesday appeared to fall in line with their leaders who want to pass an emergency spending bill by Sept. 30 and avoid government shutdowns, even if it means failing in a drive to destroy “Obamacare.” * Worries over a possible U.S. government shutdown pushed Wall Street lower overnight. Japan’s Nikkei eased for a second day. * The UK blue chip index closed up 14.1 points, or 0.2 percent, at 6,571.46 points on Tuesday. * Ex-dividends are set to take around 1.7 points off the FTSE 100 on Wednesday, with Centrica, Old Mutual and RSA all trading without entitlement to the latest payout. * BHP BILLITON – The world’s biggest mining company on Wednesday said global commodities markets were being undermined by rising supplies of raw materials and warned the outlook for steel demand in Asia was expected to moderate. * ANGLO AMERICAN – The global miner is pleased with progress at an iron ore terminal at LLX’S Port of Acu near Rio de Janeiro, the company’s CEO Mark Cutifani said on Tuesday. * CENTRICA – Britain’s biggest energy supplier has claimed it could not “continue to operate” if Labour’s price freeze were implemented while costs are rising, the Daily Telegraph reports.
They were trying to board a plane for Spain. By cooperating with authorities the women can expect to gain some benefits and will have a significantly shortened trial. Still, under Peruvian law, the two could receive between eight and 15 years in prison, according to the court. The pair recounted to a judge how they had prepared and transferred the drugs and told him of contacts with whom they had coordinated the transaction. After their arrest, the women told British reporters that they had been kidnapped by a drug cartel, taken to Peru and forced to transport drugs. But the claim was met with widespread skepticism, and Peruvian authorities did not buy the story. The cocaine was found stashed in packages of cereal in the belongings of both McCollum Connolly and Reid. The prosecutor in charge of the investigation said that among the evidence against the pair was a recording of a phone call in which they were told what to do to smuggle the drugs. In an interview with Britain’s Mail newspaper earlier this month, Reid continued to maintain she acted “under duress,” but said she would plead guilty in order to get a reduced sentence. “I am really scared about what I am about to do but I am also relieved that there could be a light at the end of the tunnel,” she said. “I’m now coming to terms with the fact I am so far away from my family. This is real. “After a lot of thought and advice from my lawyer I am going to go in front of the judge and admit I was in possession of the drugs and that I went to Peru to pick up drugs to take to Spain — I am willing to plead guilty to that.” The case had triggered sensational headlines in their homelands, as they had initially been reported missing in Spain in July.