Dyson has rejected labour exploitation allegations published in a UK-based daily on Sunday involving one of its supply manufacturers in Malaysia.
'We operate an ethical and responsible global supply chain,' says a spokesperson.
AdTight spreads, zero commissions, no hidden fees. 67.7% of retail CFD accounts lose money.Reuters VideosElephant family welcomes third baby in Turkish zooA Turkish zoo has welcomed the birth of an elephant calfLOCATION: IZMIR, TURKEYThe baby girl is an endangered Asian elephantShe weighed nearly 250 pounds and is yet to be namedHer mother Begumcan was pregnant for two yearsNAME: SAHIN AFSIN, DIRECTOR OF IZMIR WILDLIFE PARK"I'm excited, very excited. There is a great joy, it is impossible to describe. We really did have a daughter. We were constantly consulting with all our friends, especially zookeepers, about when the birth would take place, because they did not have any symptoms. Last week, there was a little swelling in their abdomen, we knew (that she was pregnant), but we could not predict whether it was time to deliver or not. It has been today's blessing."Begumcan already has two daughters called Izmir and DenizBoth were born in the zoo
22m agoAthletics-Lyles leaves a message that goes beyond his poor 100m showingA sluggish start ended one dream for American sprinter Noah Lyles, but the world 200 metre champion has hopes for others in both his favourite event and for social justice. Raising his left fist in a black glove before the 100m final at the U.S. Olympic trials on Sunday, Lyles, who finished seventh, said later he would still challenge for the Tokyo Olympics 200m gold and work to end social injustice in America. "Black lives matter," said Lyles, who was far off his best on the track, finishing in 10.05.
22m agoSwedish PM on the brink as parliament readies Monday no-confidence votePrime Minister Stefan Lofven looked destined to be the first Swedish premier to be ousted by parliament on Monday after his government's weekend efforts to broker a deal to win back the support of the Left Party fell through. That would leave Lofven with one week to either resign or call snap elections, unseen in Sweden since 1958. "It is looking like we will have a historic day in parliament," national daily Dagens Nyheter said on its front page. headtopics.comRead more: Yahoo Singapore »
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