Displaced in Pudukudiruppu to be resettled this week

However the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) had raised concerns saying the last remaining war displaced at Menik Farm, who were moved out last week, had been placed at another camp in Mullaitivu. (Colombo Gazette) War displaced people in Pudukudiruppu are to be resettled later this week, the Mullaitivu government agent said.The official had sent out a notice to the displaced staying in temporary homes or with their relatives in Pudukudiruppu saying that they will be resettled on Thursday. The war displaced people from the area have been told to gather at the Pudukudiruppu central college on Thursday with the relevant documents. The government had last week said that all the war displaced in the north had been resettled after the Menik Farm IDP camp was closed. read more

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However the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) had raised concerns saying the last remaining war displaced at Menik Farm, who were moved out last week, had been placed at another camp in Mullaitivu. (Colombo Gazette) War displaced people in Pudukudiruppu are to be resettled later this week, the Mullaitivu government agent said.The official had sent out a notice to the displaced staying in temporary homes or with their relatives in Pudukudiruppu saying that they will be resettled on Thursday. The war displaced people from the area have been told to gather at the Pudukudiruppu central college on Thursday with the relevant documents. The government had last week said that all the war displaced in the north had been resettled after the Menik Farm IDP camp was closed. read more

Week in Westminster – week ending Friday 31 October 2014

DOWNLOAD1. TfL publishes consultation on proposed London Ultra-Low Emission Zone2. UK engine turnover set for £2.5bn surge in two years3. RSA report details final recommendations of the City Growth Commission4. Prompt Payment advisory board established5. Jo Swinson responds to Used Car Commission recommendations6. Government sets out how new safeguards will help reform England’s roads7. Peter Lauener announced as new Chief Executive of the Skills Funding Agency8. Week aheadClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

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DOWNLOAD1. TfL publishes consultation on proposed London Ultra-Low Emission Zone2. UK engine turnover set for £2.5bn surge in two years3. RSA report details final recommendations of the City Growth Commission4. Prompt Payment advisory board established5. Jo Swinson responds to Used Car Commission recommendations6. Government sets out how new safeguards will help reform England’s roads7. Peter Lauener announced as new Chief Executive of the Skills Funding Agency8. Week aheadClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more