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Global outrage follows Manchester terror attack

Worldwide condemnation has followed the suicide bomb attack at a pop concert in Manchester that left at least 22 people, including children, dead and dozens injured.

Price survey counters view UK housing market is stagnant

RES Forum launches mobile HR Learning Lab

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Ambitious European plans: DT Moving and Gosselin Mobility merge

Ambitious European plans: DT Moving and Gosselin Mobility merge

Gosselin has acquired and merged DT Moving with its Gosselin Mobility operating companies. The new deal creates an enlarged pan-European moving network, aiming to operate extensively throughout Europe.

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Health and security risks in expat destinations: Australia

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UK ‘most expensive place to send expats’

Despite the fall in the value of sterling against the dollar since the EU referendum, the UK remains the most expensive country in which to assign expatriates, according to new research.
A photo of Prime Minister Theresa May illustrates an article about the Tory manifesto which promises punitive cuts

Tories' proposed immigration clampdown provokes fear

The Confederation of British Industry, EEF and Sadiq Khan, the London mayor, have expressed concerns that the Tories' election manifesto will damage British business and the NHS.
Turkey turmoil: outflow of highly skilled workforce into EU

Turkey's turmoil sees outflow of skilled workers into Europe

Highly skilled Turkish nationals are increasingly looking outside Turkey for job opportunities in disciplines such as technology and banking, thanks to ongoing political instability in the country.

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Staybridge Suites becomes Relocate Awards supporter

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David Sapsted Reports

Global outrage follows Manchester terror attack

Worldwide condemnation has followed the suicide bomb attack at a pop concert in Manchester that left at least 22 people, including children, dead and dozens injured.
Price survey counters view UK housing market is stagnant

Price survey counters view UK housing market is stagnant

House prices are on the rise for the fifth month in a row according to a survey by property website Rightmove. The survey found prices across the UK were 1.2 per cent higher than in the previous month.
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.
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