Among the activities transferring to an alternative venue are the TV Choice Awards, the English National Ballet, and the Make A Wish Foundation. According to the Thompson Reuters Foundation, travel marketers, London’s shipping community, and finance homes were among a growing number of companies on Friday to cut ties with agencies owned.
Way of Brunei to protest over the Sultanate’s advent of the demise penalty for homosexual intercourse and adultery. The small Muslim-majority former British protectorate on April 3 rolled out similarly Islamic Sharia laws that punish sodomy, adultery, and rape with loss of life, including stoning, robbery with amputation, and sparking a global outcry.
The circulate prompted a corporate backlash after actor George Clooney and singer Elton John called for a boycott of accommodations owned by the Southeast Asian country and the Dorchester in London and the Beverley Hills Hotel in Los Angeles.