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Tories promise action to curb 'preachers of hate'

Home Secretary Theresa May outlined measures on Tuesday aimed at curbing the activities of Islamist extremists in British society, even if they do not pose a direct terrorism threat.

EU migrants boost company growth, study claims

WERC Symposium: See you in Chicago!

Meet Re:locate at the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition, Manchester, 5–6 November 2014

 
 
Features

The festive season in London – all planned-out

London is a great place to stay in Autumn. From the parks as the leaves turn and Bonfire Night fireworks, to Christmas and festive preparations and the all-important shopping. Here, Clarendon Serviced Apartments offer the perfect guide:

Shared narrative vital for engaging with change: New CIPD study

'Extraordinary waste of female talent' says business report

71 per cent of female tech workers label sexism an industry problem, survey reveals

 
 
 
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Re:locate Magazine Autumn 2014

Re:locate Autumn 2014

 

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Smart Move
 

Smart Move is designed to support you if you are relocating.

Whether you’re coming to the UK from abroad, moving within the UK, or going overseas for work on an international assignment, we’re here to help, with the latest news, articles and practical advice on a range of key subjects, from property and schools to lifestyle, partner’s career options and settling in your new area.
From new graduates and young professionals, through families with children, to senior executives, we have something for everyone.
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David Sapsted Reports
Tories promise action to curb 'preachers of hate'

Tories promise to curb 'preachers of hate'

Home Secretary Theresa May outlined measures on Tuesday aimed at curbing the activities of Islamist extremists in British society, even if they do not pose a direct terrorism threat.
 
Hong Kong banks close as protesters take to the streets again

Hong Kong banks close as protesters take to the streets again

Prime Minister David Cameron has voiced his "deep concern" over events in Hong Kong where tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets again on Tuesday.
 
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
Education Explained

Education Explained is an essential series of practical and informative guides, helping you navigate the complex international education options for globally mobile families.

Education Explained: Applying for a school place in England

Education Explained: Applying for a school place in England

As part of the Education Explained series, providing information and practical guides, Rebecca Marriage takes a look at applying for a school place in England.
 
Education Explained: The International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate

Education Explained: The International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate

As part of the Education Explained series, looking at the choices for relocating families, Rebecca Marriage examines the International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate.
 
Education Explained: Apprenticeships in England

Education Explained: Apprenticeships in England

As part of the Education Explained series, looking at the education options for relocating families, Rebecca Marriage takes a close look at Apprenticeships in England.
 
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Analysis by Ray Furlong
China and India: The ‘world’s factory’ and ‘back office’ join forces

China and India join forces

The Chinese President, Xi Jinping, has arrived in India for his first visit with talk of a new partnership between the world’s two most populous countries and most important emerging economies.
 
Devastating floods add to Pakistan's woes

Floods add to Pakistan's woes

Disastrous flooding which has claimed more than 400 lives in Punjab and Kashmir is just the latest in a growing litany of problems swamping Pakistan.
 
A freelance writer and journalist with 16 years’ experience at BBC News television, World Service, Radio 4, and Online, Ray Furlong writes expert analysis pieces for Re:locate.
Latest Corporate Finance News
Hong Kong banks close as protesters take to the streets again

Hong Kong banks close as protesters take to the streets again

Prime Minister David Cameron has voiced his "deep concern" over events in Hong Kong where tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets again on Tuesday.
 
EU migrants boost company growth, study claims

EU migrants boost company growth, study says

A study of British firms employing migrant workers from the European Union challenges the commonly-held, negative assumptions over the effects of immigration.
 
London now the most expensive city to relocate staff, Savills report reveals

London most expensive city to relocate staff

London is now the most expensive city for companies to accommodate their workers, overtaking Hong Kong, which has held the top spot for the past five years, according to international real estate advisers, Savills.
 
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Most Read Immigration News
Latin America gets new work visa deal

Latin America gets new work visa deal

Latin America's Pacific Alliance trade bloc has agreed a new working visa scheme among member states.
 
Lawyers foresee problems in bid to bar returning jihadists

Lawyers foresee problems in bid to bar returning jihadists

The coalition government's ideas for barring British extremists from returning to the UK after fighting for Islamic State (IS) jihadists in Iraq or Syria are probably unenforceable, lawyers have warned.
 
Clegg attempts to rekindle UK's 'love affair' with India

Clegg leads India trade delegation

UK Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, leading the third high-level UK trade and cultural delegation to India in a year, has met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi to discuss trade, climate change and education.
 
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Policy
Latin America’s take on global mobility

Latin America’s take on global mobility

Peggy Smith, Worldwide ERC’s president and CEO, led the Global Thought Leaders’ Dialogue at the Talent Mobility in Latin America Summit held in Sao Paulo in early September. Fiona Murchie was there.
 
Brazil survey explores role of mobility in talent management

Brazil survey explores role of mobility in talent management

Global Line, a training and consulting firm based in Sao Paulo, took the opportunity to launch its Mobility Brasil 2014 survey, developed in partnership, with Worldwide ERC, at the first WERC Latin America conference held on 8 and 9 September.
 
International assignments: Managing change and complexity

International assignments: Managing change and complexity

Fiona Murchie shares some international assignment case studies delivered at the recent Symposium Events Expatriate Management and Global Mobility Forum in London.
 
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Serviced Apartment Solutions
The festive season in London – all planned-out

The festive season in London – all planned-out

London is a great place to stay in Autumn. From the parks as the leaves turn and Bonfire Night fireworks, to Christmas and festive preparations and the all-important shopping. Here, Clarendon Serviced Apartments offer the perfect guide:
 
Cheval Three Quays supports the 'Tower of London Remembers'

Cheval Three Quays supports Remembrance

Cheval Three Quays has announced that for three months, it will donate all the profits from every booking of apartment 7P, to the six service charities associated with the Tower of London ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’ installation.
 
The top 5 things to do in Canary Wharf

The top 5 things to do in Canary Wharf

Think of Canary Wharf and think of skyscrapers and suits? Well, perhaps you need to broaden your view. Clarendon Serviced Apartments suggests the best places to spend your time out of the office.
 
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