Deputy Secretary Of State Says She Wants Her Staff In The Office Only Two Days Per Week

A top civil servant says she only wants her staff to go into the office two days a week so women aren’t dominated by men and she can continue using her Peloton bike. Sarah Healey, the permanent secretary for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, said meetings would still be held over Zoom,Continue reading “Deputy Secretary Of State Says She Wants Her Staff In The Office Only Two Days Per Week”

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Our Homes Would Have Stayed Under The £80,000 Social Care Cap

Families have told of their suffering at losing their homes to pay for social care as Boris Johnson plans to unveil his tax invasion to fix the mess. The Prime Minister will today brace Britain for a manifesto busting £10 billion tax invasion as he defies critics by driving up national insurance on 25 millionContinue reading “Our Homes Would Have Stayed Under The £80,000 Social Care Cap”

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Now Working Pensioners Face Paying National Insurance

Working pensioners could now be charged National Insurance for the first time to help fix the social care crisis, and Treasury officials are considering the case for extending the National Insurance system beyond the state pension age of 66 where it currently stops. Insiders said the move would raise comparatively modest sums but would haveContinue reading “Now Working Pensioners Face Paying National Insurance”

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Will The New Type Of Petrol Wreck Your Vehicle

Green godsend, or a vastly damaging and expensive folly? That’s the question that needs asking about the UK’s new ‘eco-friendly’ E10 fuel that is about to dominate the UK’s forecourts as the next standard petrol option. Containing 10 per cent ethanol, from this month it will increasingly replace the existing standard, E5 (only 5 perContinue reading “Will The New Type Of Petrol Wreck Your Vehicle”

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BBC’s £159-A-Year Licence Fee Will Not Increase

The BBC licence fee will rise by less than inflation over the next five years as ministers are concerned over the increasing costs of household bills. Discussions between the government and the BBC over the £159 a year TV licence are set to close in the coming weeks, and ministers are said to have rejectedContinue reading “BBC’s £159-A-Year Licence Fee Will Not Increase”

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Boris Johnson Ignored Security Guidance

According to legal documents, Prime Minister Boris Johnson disregarded his own national security guidance over the use of a personal mobile phone. In recent years, Boris Johnson is alleged to have texted both Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and billionaire Sir James Dyson on his own mobile phone to discuss official business. ThisContinue reading “Boris Johnson Ignored Security Guidance”

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Britain Is Set To End Unnecessary Web Cookie Requests

The Culture Secretary will announce proposals to sweep away swathes of the EU’s flagship data laws which could spell the end of pointless web cookie warnings and red tape. In what is the first post Brexit shake-up of the UK’s digital economy, Oliver Dowden is set to outline how Briton’s data can be used moreContinue reading “Britain Is Set To End Unnecessary Web Cookie Requests”

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NHS Drew Up A Covert Plan To Evaluate Patients On Their Likelihood Of Survival

It’s been reported that the NHS drew up secret methods to refuse treatment to people aged over 70 in the event of a pandemic and to stop hospital care for those in nursing homes. Classified government records were written following a pandemic training exercise in 2016, detailing strategies to stop hospitals from being overwhelmed byContinue reading “NHS Drew Up A Covert Plan To Evaluate Patients On Their Likelihood Of Survival”

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Food Workers Are Deleting COVID App

An Iceland chief has warned that supermarket workers are deleting the NHS COVID app en masse after being left off the government’s exemption list. The frozen food giant’s managing director Richard Walker said workers were attempting to evade being pinged to self-isolate by removing it from their phones. He said that he didn’t condone theContinue reading “Food Workers Are Deleting COVID App”

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Stonehenge Could Be Next To Lose UNESCO World Heritage Status

Ministers have been told that Stonehenge could become the latest heritage site in the United Kingdom to lose its UNESCO status as a £1.7 billion Government plan to build a new road and tunnel there could endanger its antiquity. The world’s most recognisable rock monument, in Salisbury, is expected to be next in line toContinue reading “Stonehenge Could Be Next To Lose UNESCO World Heritage Status”

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