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We have left behind an era when many people almost automatically identified as Christians, but other surveys consistently show how the same people are still seeking spiritual truth and wisdom and a set of values to live by.
Teachers say they are burned out from working harder for a small salary.
We are experiencing a significant negative impact from electricity prices and inflation. Price is a key component of what we do, as in any other area. We are talking about an increase of £1 to £2 per bill.
Hundreds of people staged an intervention at Barclays today, sending a message to the bank on the high street that with protests taking place at over 100 of their branches, they are fast losing their social licence to do business in UK cities and towns.
Given the current state of affairs, my most likely assumption is that inflationary pressures will require a stronger response than we may have thought in August
The fate of Kwasi Kwarteng shows just how serious the UK's loss of confidence in the markets has been, as he becomes one of the shortest-serving chancellors in history.
"Most of the key political leverage needed to address the crisis still rests with the UK government, so we continue to urge them to use all the leverage at their disposal to address this emergency on the scale necessary to meet people's needs.
Our growth plan lays out a new approach to building a thriving economy, from supporting British businesses to reducing the tax burden for people on the lowest incomes. However, it is already clear that removing the 45% tax rate is a distraction from our core mission to tackle the challenges facing the country
Rising energy, supply and labour costs are increasing the cost of producing cars at a time when many consumers are slowing down their spending.
Both Felixstowe Docks and its parent company CK Hutchison Holding Ltd are both extremely profitable and incredibly wealthy. They are fully capable of paying the workforce a fair wage.

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The film about Harold Wilson is the first feature film shot in the House of Commons
31 October

A film about Harold Wilson A film about United Kingdom Prime Minister Harold Wilson, who led the government from 1964-1970 and 1974-1976, will be the first film to be shot in the House of Commons, the lower house of the British Parliament. It was re

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10 May
The UK's nuclear deterrent against the likes of Vladimir Putin's Russia is to be boosted by an additional £2billion investment in the high-tech Dreadnought submarine programme. Defence Procurement Minister Jeremy Quin said: “[cite=89]The
Ukraine war: UK sends £300m more in military aid as PM set to praise country's 'finest hour'
3 May
Boris Johnson will address the Ukrainian parliament on Tuesday, becoming the first world leader to do so since the outbreak of war in February. In a recorded address, the prime minister will praise Ukraine's resistance against tyranny and announce a
The UK military may be drafted to limit riots at strikes
4 December
Chaos over strikes The UK government is developing plans to minimise the impact of possible major strikes and is discussing the possibility of involving military personnel in the role of striking public sector workers who are demanding a pay rise am
UK's highest-flying Isa fund is now the worst 'Falling to Earth'
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Ministers call on RMT union to stop rail strikes over New Year holidays
2 December
Business suffers because of strikes Pre-Christmas strikes by railway workers will cost the UK hospitality industry £1.5 billion, comparable to last year's business losses due to the coronavirus pandemic, The
Boris Johnson will run again in the next general election
1 December
Boris Johnson is staying on Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who remained a member of the House of Commons after leaving office, has decided not to quit politics and to stand again in the next parliamentary elections, The Daily Telegraph

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