Migrant Makes V For Victory Sign

Migrants made a V for Victory sign as up to 30 crossed the Channel, after the total number of arrivals this month passed 1,000, compared to just 223 in January 2021. Dozens of people, including a small child, arrived at the Dover Marina in Kent after they were picked up by Border Force. A groupContinue reading “Migrant Makes V For Victory Sign”

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Tesco Strike Threatens Food Supplies In Run-Up To Christmas

Strikes by warehouse workers and drivers are set to create chaos in the run-up to Christmas at Tesco. More than 1,000 workers are organising walkouts in a pay row, adding further stress on the supply chain where Tesco bosses had earlier warned of reduced choice on supermarket racks due to driver deficits. The Unite unionContinue reading “Tesco Strike Threatens Food Supplies In Run-Up To Christmas”

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Efforts To Axe Taxpayer-Funded Free Lateral Flow Tests

The Treasury and No 10 Downing Street are reportedly torn on when to end mass free COVID testing, with some senior ministers concerned over its continuing cost. According to a newspaper outlet, talks are being held in the Government to scale back the initiative that enables everyone to get a free lateral flow test, andContinue reading “Efforts To Axe Taxpayer-Funded Free Lateral Flow Tests”

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Nearly £10 Billion Paid Out In Student Loans In 2020 Will Be Written Off

More than half of the £19.1 billion paid out in student loans last year will be written off, with the taxpayer picking up the tab. Official Department for Education figures estimate only 47 per cent of the money lent to university students in 2020-21 to meet their yearly £9.250 tuition fees and living costs willContinue reading “Nearly £10 Billion Paid Out In Student Loans In 2020 Will Be Written Off”

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