Tuesday, July 07, 2015 04:14 AM
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Oye! News from England
Sussex Police has confirmed that two people are suffering from life-threatening injuries while three remain seriously hurt in a crash involving two buses in a city centre. According to Sussex Police, there are additional six to eight "walking wounded" following the collision in the centre of
The BBC has announced its plan to cut more than 1,000 jobs, i.e. 5 per cent of its workforce, in light of the unexpectedly growing number of UK households not paying an annual license fee. The broadcaster’s director-general, Tony Hall, vowed to move towards a “simpler, leaner, BBC”
The Work and Pensions Secretary, Mr Iain Duncan Smith, has announced to formally change the definition of ‘child poverty’ as the government gears up to attack the current “deeply flawed” child poverty measurement procedure. It was highlighted that child poverty will no longer be calculated
The lead contender to succeed Ed Miliband as the head of the official opposition and the current shadow health secretary, Andy Burnham, mentioned in his remarks that he thinks employees of all ages should be rewarded the same. He spoke against the current wage rate, including £5.13 per hour for
Even though the website of Network Rail says that "Cardiff to be electrified by May 2017, Swansea to be electrified by May 2018," no one in government is ready to announce a date for its completion. In an inquiry from the prime minister on Wednesday by Plaid Cymru's parliamentary leader, Jonathan
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has mentioned in a serious tone on Wednesday that his government is considering to reinforce its border controls around the French port of Calais after witnessing unacceptable scenes involving illegal migrants trying to reach his country.
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David Cameron is reported to launch a fresh attack on benefits 'complacency' today as he plans to strengthen his resolve to have £12bn of welfare cuts. Reports claim that the PM will urge for a 'lower welfare society' just a day after his top ministers confirmed they have finally found the full
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