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A deep rift in Britain's two-party coalition government will be laid bare on Thursday when ministers from each party set out their opposing views on whether immigration is good or bad for the country. Speaking at separate events on the same day, Conservative immigration minister James Brokenshire will say immigration is damaging Britain and must be reduced, while Liberal Democrat Business …
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Record numbers of Americans in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll support gay marriage, say adoption by gay couples should be legal and see gays and lesbians as good parents. Most oppose a right to refuse service to gays, including on religious grounds. And, by a closer margin, more also accept than reject gay marriage as a constitutional right.
The results continue a dramatic transformation of public attitudes on the issue, led by political, legislative and court-ordered developments alike. Seventeen states now allow gay marriage, and federal courts in four others most recently Texas and Virginia have rejected laws banning it.
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Support for gay marriage has advanced from 32 percent in 2004 to a majority for the first time three years ago and on to 59 percent in this survey, a new high. Opposition, at 34 percent, is down by 6 percentage points since last summer and 13 points in less than a year and a half.
Strong support for allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally, moreover, now exceeds strong opposition by 15 points, a record positive gap in intensity of sentiment. By contrast, strong opposition held sway by a vast 34 points in a similar question nearly 10 years ago.
Other changes in this survey, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates, are equally profound:
Further, with the subject clearly headed back to the Supreme Court, a new question in this survey asks whether regardless of their own preference on the issue Americans think the equal protection clause of the U.S. Constitution gives gays the legal right to marry. In a closer but still significant division, 50 percent say it does, while 41 percent say not, with the rest undecided.
In another question, 81 percent say businesses should not be allowed to refuse service to gays and lesbians; 65 percent say so even if the business says homosexuality violates its owners religious beliefs. That refers to controversial legislation approved by the Arizona legislature but vetoed by its governor last week.
The questions on adoption and parenting, for their part, test attitudes on suggestions by opponents of gay marriage that children of homosexuals fare less well than those raised by heterosexuals an argument currently before a federal court in Detroit.
Overall, 53 percent of Americans now support gay marriage, according to the new survey. There is also growing support among adherents of every religion included in the report.
Public support for gay marriage may have reached a tipping point, even among religious Americans, who have been traditionally opposed to the idea.
Noelle Swan writes for the national news desk at the Monitor. She previously worked on the Business and Family pages as a writer and editor.
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Ten years ago, roughly one-third of Americans supported gay marriage, according to the Pew Research Centers 2003 survey on homosexuality. Today, 53 percent of Americans say they believe gay and lesbian couples should be allowed to marry, according to a new survey conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute in Washington.
The latest poll illustrates a fairly remarkable shift in attitudes, PRRI chief executive Robert Jones said during a conference call with Reuters. As public opinion goes, we really rarely see this kind of movement on any issue over a decades time.
While more than half of Americans currently favor a universal right to marry, the data show that levels of support vary drastically by region, state, generation, and education level. That probably does not come as a surprise to those following the embittered battles surrounding gay marriage in Utah, Virginia, and Michigan, among other states. But what is surprising is that religion seems to play a much smaller role than it did a decade ago in how individuals decide where they stand on gay marriage.
Ten years ago, whether or not an individual subscribed to a major religion was a relatively good indicator of their stance on gay marriage: Believers resoundingly rejected the idea that the right to marry should be extended to gay and lesbian couples, while an overwhelming majority of religiously unaffiliated Americans supported a universal right, the PRRI report states. Over the past 10 years, support has grown among practitioners of every religion included in the both the 2003 Pew survey and the 2013 PRRI report.
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AMSTERDAM–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: HOT) today announced it will debut its W Hotels brand in the Netherlands with the new W Amsterdam, scheduled to open in Autumn 2015.
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Orlando, FL (PRWEB) February 13, 2014 Jeff Grow, Commercial Manager for Universal Contracting in Orlando, offers timely advice for Florida business and building owners: while inside renovations are not much affected by weather conditions, some tenant improvements may include parking areas and the building exterior. Any of this outdoor work would be wise to do before spring and summer rains. For anyone considering improvements, the sooner they can be done the better.
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DURA, West Bank (AP) – Growing up in a traditional society, Abeer Abu Ghaith was often told a woman’s future is in her husband’s kitchen. Quietly, the 29-year-old proved everyone wrong.
Abu Ghaith has become the first female high-tech entrepreneur in the West Bank, setting up an Internet employment brokerage and software development firm. Last month, the Palestinian trailblazer was recognized by regional high-tech leaders as a recipient of the Women in Technology Awards in the Middle East and Africa for 2014.
Abu Ghaith has put in 16-hour days, showing how the local IT and communications sector can transform the lives of other women by giving them access to jobs and financial independence. Some say the sector, the most vibrant in an otherwise stagnant economy, could double in size over the next five years and employ thousands more.
Palestinian women already make up a majority of students in many colleges and universities in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, but often have trouble transitioning into the job market. After they graduate, the traditional gender expectations usually kick in – that they should get married first and worry about a career later.
Those determined to work face a tough job market with double-digit unemployment and employers who often prefer male applicants still seen as the main breadwinners. Job choices are further constricted by family concerns that a young woman’s reputation could be tarnished if she returns home late from work or has to travel for the job. Only about 20 percent Palestinian women work outside the home, compared to nearly 70 percent of men, according to the International Labor Organization.
“Palestinian women face a lot of challenges,” said Abu Ghaith, the second-oldest of nine brothers and sisters, speaking at her family home in the town of Dura, one of the most conservative areas of the West Bank. “We have plenty of qualified women in my area who have no access to jobs.
Abu Ghaith graduated from the Polytechnic University in the nearby city of Hebron in 2007 and still works for her alma mater as a career counselor for IT students.
Last year, she set up her company, StayLinked, which serves as a talent broker between Palestinian freelancers and businesses in need of services, such as translation, data entry, graphic design, online marketing and website development. Customers include companies in the U.S. and in Gulf countries, she said.
Abu Ghaith has three business partners, including a female friend, a male expert in IT training and a company that offered advice in the early stages. The two women pooled their savings to contribute to $30,000 in startup costs and control 70 percent of the business.
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Business analysts and economists are raising the alarm over rising unemployment rates in the Gaza Strip amid rapidly deteriorating economic conditions in the besieged coastal enclave.
“Unemployment will rise in a shocking manner in the next few months,” Maher al-Tabaa, public relations officer at the Gaza Chamber of Commerce, told Anadolu Agency.
Al-Tabaa expects Gaza’s unemployment rate to reach a staggering 40 percent if the once-active network of smuggling tunnels linking the strip to Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula remained non-operational.
In an ongoing crackdown, the Egyptian army has destroyed most of the tunnels along the border with Gaza tunnels that had served as the hapless territory’s only source of badly-needed goods due to a seven-year-old Israeli blockade on the strip.
Making matters worse, Israel suspended the entry of all construction materials into the Gaza Strip following the discovery of a tunnel dug by Gaza-based resistance faction Hamas linking the strip to Israel.
In September, Israel had allowed construction materials into the enclave for the first time in six years.
Al-Tabaa said that Gaza’s economy after enjoying relative stability over the past two years would suffer a blow in upcoming months, which would see local construction activities brought back to square one.
Gaza’s unemployment rate, he said, which reached almost 28 percent during this year’s second quarter, was expected to rise dramatically in the immediate future.
“And this will have disastrous consequences,” al-Tabaa warned. “We will face a humanitarian and social crisis that will get worse every day.
The ongoing Egyptian crackdown on the smuggling tunnels, meanwhile, has deprived the Palestinian enclave of most of its basic needs, which used to come through the tunnels from Egypt.