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Goldman Sachs has unveiled its "conviction list" of top stock picks in Europe for December — and London-listed shares of BT Group stand out. Goldman Sachs expects BT's share price to more than double to 290 pence over the next 12 months. Wall Street rivals Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan also believe BT shares are mispriced as investors have undervalued its network arm, Openreach. Conviction list Other prominent stocks on Goldman's conviction list include Delivery Hero , Burberry , Bureau Veritas and Philips . Goldman notes that its conviction list should not be seen as a portfolio, as the stocks are not weighted.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Morgan Stanley, Openreach, Terence Tsui, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: BT Group, BT, Wall, JPMorgan, Burberry, Veritas, Philips Locations: Europe, London
JPMorgan predicts European stock markets will struggle to produce positive returns next year as investors digest slowing economic growth across the continent. The forecast for 2024 comes from the same team of strategists that have, so far, accurately called the MSCI Eurozone's performance this year. They expected the index to rise 9.1% to close at 256 points by the end of December 2023 on a local currency basis. "We look for flat European [earnings per share] growth in 2024, based on no recession materializing," said JPMorgan strategists led by Mislav Matejka in a note to clients on Nov. 29. The JPMorgan strategists believe stocks will sink in the first half of 2024 as markets factor in potential downward adjustments to earnings estimates.
Persons: Mislav Matejka, CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: JPMorgan, FTSE
(Photo by Victoria Jones - Pool/Getty Images)Shares of K-pop agency YG Entertainment spiked as much as 29% after the company announced that it has renewed exclusive group contracts with all four members of girl group Blackpink. The stock closed at 48,000 South Korean won ($36.58) per share on Tuesday, near its 2023 low of 47,000 won. But on Wednesday, it surged at the open and hit an intraday high of 61,900 South Korean won per share. This could bring an end to the long running contract saga between the popular K-pop group and the agency. Shares of YG previously plunged each time South Korean media reported that members of the group will not renew with the label.
Persons: Lisa, Lalisa, Rose, Roseanne Park, Jisoo Kim, Jennie Kim, King Charles III, Yoon Suk Yeol, Kim Keon Hee, Victoria Jones Organizations: COP26, YG Entertainment, South Korean, YG, Munhwa Ilbo Locations: ENGLAND, British, Glasgow, London, England, South Korea, South Korean
Jesse Darling wins the 2023 Turner Prize
  + stars: | 2023-12-05 | by ( Jacqui Palumbo | )   time to read: +2 min
CNN —Artist Jesse Darling is the latest recipient of the Turner Prize, the UK’s top award for artists that grants £25,000 ($31,500) annually. His Turner Prize-winning exhibition is an installation that places viewers in a custom-built environment evoking chaotic city streets and industrial barriers. Angus MillDarling’s winning exhibition “convey(s) a familiar yet delirious world,” according to a press statement from the Turner Prize. The Turner Prize, named after the 19th-century painter JMW Turner, is awarded each year to an exemplary artist born or based in the UK, and based on a presentation of work exhibited in the past year. Darling was nominated for his solo exhibitions “No Medals, No Ribbons” at Modern Art Oxford and “Enclosures” at the Camden Art Centre.
Persons: Jesse Darling, Darling, , Turner, Angus Mill Darling’s, Angus Mill Darling, Ghislaine Leung, Rory Pilgrim, Barbara Walker, JMW Turner, Veronica Ryan, Damien Hirst, Gillian Wearing, Gilbert, George, Anish Kapoor, Wolfgang Tillmans, Steve McQueen Organizations: CNN, Towner, Modern Art Oxford, Camden Art Centre Locations: Eastbourne, England, Oxford, Berlin, Towner Eastbourne
CNN —On Monday night, the British Fashion Council orchestrated its annual British Fashion Awards — a star-studded ceremony in London aimed at encouraging new, trailblazing designers, as well as honoring stalwarts of the industry. Across the red carpet, sequins, velvet and red tones conquered in what was a decidedly festive sartorial palette. Gareth Cattermole/Getty ImagesAnne Hathaway stunned onlookers in vintage Valentino. Gareth Cattermole/Getty ImagesRita Ora wore Primark, a nod to her latest collaboration with the high-street retailer. Gareth Cattermole/Getty ImagesPamela Anderson rocked the no makeup look once more, wearing a Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images Europe/Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images
Persons: Anne Hathaway, Gwnyeth Paltrow, Pamela Anderson, Taylor Russell, Paloma Elsesser, Kate Moss, Alexa Chung, Laura Whitmore, Sam Smith, Iris Law, Vivienne Westwood, Caroline Rush, Richard Quinn, Queen Elizabeth II, Neil Mockford, Loewe, Gareth Cattermole, Amal Clooney, Versace, Joe Maher, Dominic Lipinski, Lewis Hamilton, Wales Bonner, Getty, Michaela Coel, Suki Waterhouse, David Fielden, Valentino, Gwyneth Paltrow, Paltrow, Valentino Garavani, Giancarlo Giammetti, Gillian Anderson, Rita Ora, Isamaya Ffrench Organizations: CNN, British Fashion Council, Alexa, Getty Locations: London, British, LA, Europe
STAR PLAYERS Thanks to plush fabrics and unexpected design details like offbeat embroidery, rejigged rugby shirts are the new wardrobe heroes. Ross, on unfamiliar turf with the game, winds up black-eyed, broken and slumped on the Central Perk sofa. He gets to wear a yellow-and-navy rugby jersey that renders him passably sexy even when it’s torn and splattered with mud. A lack of intimacy with the rough-and-tumble game hasn’t stopped them from casually sporting rugby shirts over the decades. And all that time—in fact, ever since the mid-to-late 1800s—its template has barely evolved: heavy cotton base, contrasting white collar, rubber buttons, horizontal stripes.
Persons: Errata Carmona, ” Ross Geller, David Schwimmer, Ross, hasn’t Locations: British
Despite high-profile losses, Russia's navy has been largely untouched by the war in Ukraine. Russian submarines, especially Yasen-class cruise-missile subs, are a top concern for NATO. A Russian defense industry source told state media outlet Tass in mid-2022 that Moscow was considering adding two more subs to the nine Yasen-class subs it had planned to build. AdvertisementYasen-class sub Severodvinsk during its launch ceremony at a shipyard in the city of Severodvinsk in June 2010. AdvertisementRussian Yasen-class sub Kazan at its home base in Severomorsk in June 2021.
Persons: , Sasha Mordovets, Glen VanHerck, Lev Fedoseyev, Ine Eriksen Søreide, Jim Mattis, Severodvinsk, Adm, Michael Studeman, LPhot Dan Rosenbaum, Ben Key, what's Organizations: NATO, Service, Tass, US Northern Command, Zircon, Getty, Naval Sea Systems Command, US, Pentagon, CBS News, Chatham, of Naval Intelligence, Russia's, British Royal Navy, US Navy, British navy's Locations: Ukraine, Russian, Russia, Moscow, Northern, Pacific, Severodvinsk, Europe, North America, Severomorsk, Washington DC, NATO, Soviet, Western
[1/2] Scroby Sands offshore wind farm can be seen off of the coast at Great Yarmouth, Britain, October 24, 2018. Investors told Reuters governments have since shown willingness to pay higher prices, helping to restore confidence in the future of the industry. Britain's last auction in September failed to attract any offshore wind projects, with developers saying the guaranteed price on offer was too low. Britain's Octopus launched a dedicated fund with Japan's Tokyo Gas (9531.T) to invest 3 billion pounds ($3.7 billion) in offshore wind projects by 2030. Soeren Lassen, head of offshore wind Research at WoodMac said more than 50 GW of offshore wind tenders globally are planned for 2024.
Persons: Chris Radburn, , Jonathan Cole, Corio's Cole, Keith Anderson, Anderson, Marc Hedin, Nathalie Gerl, Germany's RWE, Soeren Lassen, WoodMac, Susanna Twidale, Nichola Groom, Scott DiSavino, Simon Webb, Jane Merriman Organizations: REUTERS, Governments, Investors, Corio Generation, Power, New York, Energy, New York State Energy Research, Development Authority, Aurora Energy Research, Research, Ireland, Aurora, Gas, Thomson Locations: Great Yarmouth, Britain, U.S, New York State, China
Those involved included Melanie Chisholm, or "Sporty Spice" from the well-known girl band, actor Keith Allen, and Shane Lynch from the band "Boyzone". Katie Major, from law firm Hamlins, said Chisholm, also known as Mel C, said the phone-hacking - illegally intercepting voicemail messages - had caused her considerable distress. Chris Huhne, a former energy minister, said he had been targeted by NGN to destroy his career because he had called for a police investigation into hacking. NGN said it strongly denied that there was any corporate motive or direction to obtain information unlawfully. "Huhne was a senior politician and stories published were legitimate and in the public interest," NGN's spokesperson said.
Persons: Rupert Murdoch, Melanie Chisholm, Keith Allen, Shane Lynch, Boyzone, Katie Major, Hamlins, Chisholm, Mel C, Major, Murdoch, NGN, Chris Huhne, Huhne, King Charles, Prince Harry, Michael Holden, Mark Heinrich Our Organizations: British, News Group, Sun, NGN, News Corporation, Thomson Locations: London, British
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsCompanies Iberdrola SA FollowRwe Ag FollowMADRID, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Spanish renewable energy giant Iberdrola (IBE.MC) and UAE clean energy developer Masdar have formed a 15 billion euro ($16.2 billion) alliance to invest in offshore wind and green hydrogen in countries including Germany, Britain and the United States. The agreement announced on Tuesday follows a pledge by 118 countries at the COP28 climate summit in Dubai to triple the world's renewable energy capacity by the end of the decade as they seek to wean themselves off fossil fuels. "Reaching this goal will require immediate action from these governments and the private sector," said Iberdrola Executive Chairman Ignacio Galan. "With an abundance of wind resources, the UK and Europe are prime markets for Masdar," said Masdar Chief Executive Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi. Last week Masdar and Germany's RWE (RWEG.DE) said they would co-develop a 3 GW wind project off the coast of Britain.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Ignacio Galan, Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, Germany's, Iberdrola, Pietro Lombardi, Jakub Olesiuk, Kirsten Donovan, David Goodman Organizations: REUTERS, East Anglia, Masdar, China, Thomson Locations: MADRID, UAE, Germany, Britain, United States, Dubai, Iberdrola's, East, Spanish, Europe, Baltic
She said the then-Prince Charles asked her if she was in the original "Star Wars" movies. The setting was the 1999 London premiere of "Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace." As the first "Star Wars" movie to hit theaters since 1983, it was a big deal that brought the British royals to the event. Advertisement"WWHL" host Andy Cohen asked Portman what she remembered of her interaction with the royal family. "I remember Prince Charles asked me — he was then Prince Charles — if I was in the originals," Portman said with a laugh.
Persons: Natalie Portman, Portman, King Charles, Prince Charles, , Britain's King Charles ., Andy Cohen, Prince Charles —, Padmé, Julianne Moore, Hayden Christensen, Anakin Skywalker, Darth Vader, Wan Organizations: London, Service, Padmé Amidala, Lucasfilm, Netflix Locations: Hollywood, London
The 2023 Fashion Awards were held in London, England, on Monday. There were some stylish looks on the red carpet, but there were plenty of fashion faux pas, too. AdvertisementOn Monday night, celebrities, designers, and influencers walked the red carpet for the 2023 Fashion Awards in London, England, to fundraise for the British Fashion Council Foundation. But the celebration of style was dotted with some fashion faux pas, from boring outfits to color palettes. Here are the celebrity outfits from The Fashion Awards that missed the mark, in our opinion.
Persons: , influencers Organizations: British Fashion Council Foundation, Service Locations: London, England, fundraise
Those losses have come despite the sophistication of Israeli tanks and Israel's experience using them. AdvertisementThe recent images of an advanced Israeli Merkava tank blazing on the Gaza border evokes memories of another October war 50 years ago. Nonetheless, about 20 Israeli tanks have been knocked out over the past two months by Hamas, an irregular force that lacks advanced weaponry. Tanks of 1973An Israeli tank in the Golan Heights during the Yom Kippur War in October 1973. Hamas drones dive-bombing Israeli tanks is probably more of a rare occurrence than a decisive tactic — though the IDF has mounted steel cages on its tanks for protection.
Persons: Israel, , Oleg Granovsky, Henri, Patton, GABRIEL DUVAL, Benami NEUMANN, Israel Tal, Tal, Samuel Katz, Hani Alshaer, Sagger, Abu Mustafa, Michael Peck Organizations: Service, Hamas, Hamas Press, Getty, Business, IDF, Sherman, NATO, Rommel's, Israeli Armored Corps, Getty Images Israel, West Bank, Britain, Anadolu Agency, REUTERS, Centurions, Defense, Foreign Policy, Twitter, LinkedIn Locations: Israeli, Gaza, Kippur, Ukraine, Anadolu, Golan, Israel, British, Soviet, Damascus, AFP, Britain, France, West, Jenin, Lebanon, Russian, Gaza City, Urban, Hamas, Sinai, aren't, Forbes
Signage is seen for British utility company Thames Water at a repair site in London, Britain, June 28, 2023. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Thames Water, Britain's biggest water utility, is proceeding with a three-year turnaround plan, it said on Tuesday, adding it had a high level of liquidity and the support of investors, as it seeks to ease concern over its financial stability. Thames Water's environment record has also come under scrutiny. "Our shareholders support this much needed investment, underscoring their commitment to delivering Thames' turnaround." Robert Goodwill, chairman of Britain's environment, food and rural affairs committee, said that he may need to ask Thames Water bosses further questions.
Persons: Toby Melville, Cathryn Ross, Alastair Cochran, Robert Goodwill, Sarah Young, Kate Holton, Barbara Lewis Organizations: Thames, REUTERS, Media, Thames Water, Ontario, China Investment Corp, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Thames
LONDON (AP) — A lawyer for Prince Harry on Tuesday challenged the U.K. government’s decision to strip him of his security detail after he gave up his status as a working member of the royal family and moved to the United States. Harry, whose wife is biracial, cited what he said were racist attitudes and unbearable intrusions of the British media in his decision to leave the United Kingdom. Eadie also said there was a cost factor, because security funds aren’t unlimited. Harry said the committee unfairly nixed his security request without hearing from him personally and didn't disclose the panel’s composition, which he later learned included royal family staff. The case is one of five that Harry has pending in the High Court.
Persons: , Prince Harry, Duke, Sussex, Shaheed Fatima, , Fatima, , Harry wasn't, Harry, shouldn't, ” Harry, King Charles III, Meghan Markle, Diana, James Eadie, Eadie, Edward Young, Queen Elizabeth II Organizations: Royal, VIP, Kew, Court, Daily Mail, Mail, Daily, Sun Locations: United States, London, Britain, Paris, United Kingdom, Canada, California
The look mirrored a see-through outfit her mom Kate Moss famously wore in 1993. AdvertisementLila Moss is the spitting image of her mother Kate Moss — and she's happy to be. Ian West - PA Images/Getty ImagesThe outfit also not-so-subtly referenced a dress famously worn by the 21-year-old's mother Kate. Kate Moss models for Donna Karan in New York City on April 2, 1993. Fairchild Archive/Getty ImagesRepresentatives for Kate Moss, Lila Moss, and Nensi Dojaka did not respond to a request for comment.
Persons: Lila Moss, Kate Moss, , Kate Moss —, — Lila, Nensi Dojaka, Ian West, Kate, Moss, Liza Bruce, Jimmy B, James Brown, Corinne Day, Dave Benett, Lila, it'd, It's, Mike Marsland, Donna Karan Organizations: Service, British Fashion Council, Elite Model Agency, Elite, British Vogue, Fairchild, Getty Locations: London, England, Albanian, Soho, British, New York City
Cameron to Reaffirm British Support for Ukraine in US Visit
  + stars: | 2023-12-05 | by ( Dec. | At P.M. | )   time to read: +2 min
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's foreign minister David Cameron will underline the importance of support and humanitarian funding for Ukraine during his first visit to Washington since he assumed his post last month, the UK foreign office said on Wednesday. The former prime minister will travel to the United States to reaffirm both the strength of Britain's relationship with Washington and London's continued support for Ukraine against Russia's invasion. Last month, Cameron used his first trip abroad to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in Kyiv. The foreign office said that in Washington Cameron would also discuss the ongoing conflict in the Middle East and getting humanitarian aid to those affected in Israeli-besieged Gaza. Britain and the United States can work towards a long-term two-state solution which allows both Israel and the Palestinians can co-exist in peace, his office said.
Persons: David Cameron, London's, Joe Biden's, Cameron, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Washington Cameron, ” Cameron, Farouq Suleiman, Mark Heinrich Organizations: Ukraine, Russia's, U.S, Congress, Ukrainian Locations: Washington, United States, Ukraine, Kyiv, Britain, Russia, Gaza, China, Israel
File photo: A person holds a photo of late Haitian President Jovenel Moise, who was shot dead earlier this month, during his funeral at his family home in Cap-Haitien, Haiti, July 23, 2021. Vincent was arrested days after the attack alongside another Haitian-American, James Solages. At these meetings, the filing said, Vincent often wore a U.S. State Department pin leading people to believe he was employed by the U.S. government. Jaar and Rivera were both sentenced to life in prison, while John is expected to be sentenced on Dec. 19. Reporting by Sarah Morland and Kylie Madry; Editing by Bill BerkrotOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jovenel Moise, Ricardo Arduengo, Joseph Vincent, Vincent, Jovenel Moise's, Prince, James Solages, Solages, Christian Sanon's, Moise, Vincent's, Joseph Joel John, German Rivera, Rodolphe Jaar, Jaar, Rivera, John, Sarah Morland, Kylie Madry, Bill Berkrot Organizations: REUTERS, U.S . Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S . State Department, U.S ., Thomson Locations: Cap, Haitien, Haiti, U.S, American, Colombian, Florida, Haitian, Chilean
LONDON, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Spanish luxury brand Loewe's creative director Jonathan Anderson won designer of the year at Britain's annual Fashion Awards on Monday, where industry leaders and young creative talent were honoured. Anderson, who founded the fashion label JW Anderson, arrived accompanied by actress Taylor Russell. Italian designer Valentino Garavani, known to the world simply as Valentino, was honoured with this year's outstanding achievement award. Stars attending the event also included actors Gwyneth Paltrow, Tessa Thompson and Pamela Anderson and model Kate Moss. The show is a fundraiser for the British Fashion Council (BFC) Foundation which focuses on supporting the growth and success of the UK's fashion industry.
Persons: Jonathan Anderson, Anne Hathaway, Lewis Hamilton, Amal Clooney, Anderson, JW Anderson, Taylor Russell, Valentino Garavani, Valentino, Paloma Elsesser, Edward Enninful, Maya Jama, Kojey, Sam Smith, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tessa Thompson, Pamela Anderson, Kate Moss, Hanna Rantala, Sonali Paul Organizations: London's Royal Albert Hall, British Vogue, British, Stars, British Fashion Council, BFC, Foundation, Thomson Locations: Italian
The Fashion Awards were held in London on Monday evening. Celebrities including Sam Smith and Suki Waterhouse attended. Some celebrities wore striking cutouts and others wore sheer gowns. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Celebrities including Sam Smith and Suki Waterhouse walked the red carpet at the event, which celebrates the biggest names in British fashion.
Persons: Sam Smith, Suki Waterhouse, , London's Royal Albert Organizations: Service, London's Royal, London's Royal Albert Hall, BFC Foundation Locations: London
NEW YORK (AP) — Denny Laine, a British singer, songwriter and guitarist who performed in an early, pop-oriented version of the Moody Blues and was later Paul McCartney's longtime sideman in the ex-Beatle's solo band Wings, has died at age 79. Laine, inducted five years ago into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Moody Blues, died Tuesday in Naples, Florida. His death comes almost exactly 50 years after the release of McCartney's acclaimed “Band On the Run” album, on which Laine played guitar and provided backing vocals. The Moody Blues then turned to the ambitious, classically influenced sounds of “Nights in White Satin" and other songs. Founded in 1971, the year after the Beatles broke up, Wings went through various personnel changes over the following decade, with Laine, McCartney and McCartney's wife, Linda.
Persons: — Denny Laine, Paul McCartney's, Laine, Elizabeth Hines, McCartney, Instagram, , ” McCartney, Brian Frederick Arthur Hines, Frankie Laine, Ray Thomas, Mike Pinder, 1967 Laine, Justin Hayward, Ginger Baker's, McCartney's, Linda, Said ”, ” Laine, George Harrison's, John Lennon, Organizations: Moody Blues, Hall of Fame, Ginger Baker's Air Force, Wings, Beatles Locations: British, Naples , Florida, Mull of Kintyre
BRASILIA, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Brazil's military is reinforcing its northern border due to rising tensions between its neighbors Venezuela and Guyana over Venezuela's claim to the Esequibo region, the Ministry of Defense said on Tuesday. Venezuela reactivated its claim over the Esequibo in recent years after the discovery of offshore oil and gas. In Sunday's referendum, Venezuelan voters rejected the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice over their country's territorial dispute with Guyana and supported the creation of a new Venezuelan state in the potentially oil-rich Esequibo region. Brazil did not ask Venezuela to cancel the vote, but President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's government is expected to criticize the stepped up Venezuelan campaign for the Esequibo. An international tribunal in Paris in 1899 settled the issue, but Venezuela says the ruling was rigged.
Persons: Gisela Padovan, Nicolas Maduro's, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's, Ricardo Brito, Rodrigo Viga Gaier, Anthony Boadle, Bill Berkrot Organizations: Ministry of Defense, Mechanized Cavalry Regiment, Reuters, International Court of Justice, Thomson Locations: BRASILIA, Venezuela, Guyana, Boa Vista, Roraima, Ireland, America, Caribbean, Venezuelan, Brazil, British, Paris, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro
The Nepal government said in a statement that six of its nationals, who had been serving the Russian army, were killed, without providing any details. Diplomatic efforts were underway to get one Nepali citizen serving the Russian army and captured by Ukraine released, the statement added. Nepal also urged its citizens not to join the army of any war-torn country. English daily, The Kathmandu Post, quoted Milan Raj Tuladhar, Nepal's ambassador in Moscow, as saying that 150-200 Nepalis were working as mercenaries in the Russian army. Millions of Nepali nationals are employed in civilian work mainly as labourers in industries and construction sites in South Korea, Malaysia and the Middle East.
Persons: Phil Noble, Milan Raj Tuladhar, Gopal Sharma, Sudipto Ganguly Organizations: Brigade, Catterick Garrison, REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Richmond, Britain, Nepal, Moscow, India, China, Russia, Ukraine, Kathmandu, Russian, South Korea, Malaysia, Lincoln
[1/4] People view colonial-era artefacts that have been returned from the Netherlands, at the main Museum in Colombo, Sri Lanka December 5, 2023. Sri Lanka asked the Netherlands to return the artefacts after the Dutch government approved the restitution of historic objects in 2021. The artefacts were taken in 1765 from Kandy, the last kingdom of ancient Sri Lanka, when the Dutch besieged the palace, a statement from the Netherlands embassy said. Sri Lanka is grateful to the government and the people of the Netherlands for returning the artefacts, said Buddhasasana Religious and Cultural Affairs Minister Vidura Wickramanayake. The Netherlands returned over 300 artefacts to Indonesia earlier this year, according to its government.
Persons: Dinuka, Vidura Wickramanayake, Dewi Van de Weerd, Lord Elgin, Uditha, Alexandra Hudson Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, Cultural Affairs, National Museum, Sri, International Cultural Cooperation, British Museum, Alexandra Hudson Our, Thomson Locations: Netherlands, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Kandy, Great Britain, Indonesia, Britain, Greece, Elgin, Athens, Ottoman
Two Americans who moved to Canada told Business Insider they did so to escape polarized and divisive politics, inadequate healthcare, and to feel safer in their communities. A lot of the characteristics Ouellet was looking for in New Zealand, he said, he found in British Columbia. Advertisement"In British Columbia, the regulations for being able to own a gun are extremely tight," he said. He added that there is still an opioid crisis in British Columbia, but it's not as striking as it is in Portland. Ouellet has no regrets about moving to British Columbia, but Canada's housing crisis sidelined his dreams of homeownership.
Persons: , Rae Johnson, Johnson, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, wasn't, Joe Biden, Roe, Wade, Michael Niren, couldn't, Niren, United States —, Canada Chris Ouellet, Ouellet, hasn't, it's, he's Organizations: Service, Business, Trump, Ministry of Health Locations: Canada, Los Angeles, California, United States, American, Portland , Oregon, Victoria, British Columbia, Wellington , New Zealand, New Zealand, Pacific Northwest, Portland, Chicago
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