Dialing for Safety: A Guide to Liverpool’s Emergency Services


Liverpool, a vibrant city steeped in history and culture, thrives on its bustling energy. But ensuring the safety and well-being of its residents is paramount. This is where the city’s robust emergency services come to the fore. Whether it’s a medical emergency, a fire outbreak, or a crime in progress, Liverpool’s emergency personnel are trained professionals dedicated to swift...

‘I was nine when I first realized grown men were sexually curious in me:’ We are all Emily Atack.


Thirty-five years later, I’m tired of the same old. Another day, another stranger who thinks they were entitled to critique my appearance. I’m on telly for a few minutes, speaking about the misuse Katie Price gets, and there it is – “ping…ping…ping…ping,” drives my mobile as my inbox fills with hate, nearly always with a nasty sexual edge. It’s mine, you see. They...

Twitter meets more lawsuits over unpaid rent for US HQ, UK office.


Twitter was sued by the Crown Estate for forgetting to pay rent at its London office and a landlord in the US for also falling behind on rent for its San Francisco headquarters. The Crown Estate — which manages a range of assets from shops and offices to the seabed of England that the British monarch ultimately owns — filed a suit against Twitter over its London beliefs in the West End, according...

Amazon employees vote to strike at Coventry depot in UK first


Amazon workers at a vast depot in Coventry are poised to go on strike in the latest year, demanding pay of £15 an hour after securing a historic yes vote in a ballot for industrial action.Members of the GMB union opted to carry a second ballot after narrowly missing the 50% turnout threshold earlier this year.This while the turnout was 63%, with 98% of those backing strike action, marking the...

Christmas Bath Bomb Molds


This Christmas bath bomb recipe is a perfect DIY for a holiday gift or to pamper yourself. You don’t require much to get started.Learn the most suitable fill method and perfect the art of the press to make a wow-worthy gift idea. Making these bath fizzes is fun, everyone is going to love them.This Christmas Bath Bomb Recipe is a Great Gift IdeaHere at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I love making my DIY...

What’s included in this Christmas Jumper Day School Assembly Pack?


Use this great Christmas Jumper Day School Assembly Pack to deliver an assembly on the importance of work done by Save the Children to your whole school. It helps your children understand what the day is, and they fundraise and even help to inspire them to go the extra mile and raise even more money for Save the Children. The official Christmas Jumper Day this year is on 10th December 2021, but...

Europe Braces for Recession as Economies Falter


The British economy shrank 0.2 percent over July, August, and September compared with the Office for National Statistics reported on Friday the previous three months. It was a decline expected to continue and spread to the continent by the end of the year. Many nations are viable to enter a slump in the last three months of 2022, Paolo Gentiloni, the European Union commissioner for the economy...

Jeremy Hunt delayed social care reforms and public finances to help fix the UK


A plan an individual in England has to pay towards private social care, due to take effect next year, will be delayed for at least two more years as chancellor Jeremy Hunt seeks to fill a £55bn fiscal hole in their Autumn Statement. The decision means yet another delay to the policy, which has been in the statute book since 2014 and judged by experts to be the key to addressing the risk of an...

The black hole in public finances in Britain is a story


As he points out, the widespread use of government money printing (quantitative easing) in the wake of the 2007-08 financial crisis and the Covid pandemic fundamentally challenges the myth that the public sector is entirely dependent on private funding. QE also challenges the assumption that public money printing automatically leads to inflation. The current surge in inflation comes from non...

Britain told to help poorer nations cover the costs of climate disaster


Britain will face pressure this week from poorer countries to help them pay for future losses and damage caused by climate change. World leaders will debate whether countries hit by floods, drought, hurricanes, and other events caused by climate change should give compensation. The issue confirms parts of the plan for the Cop27 conference in Egypt despite resistance from wealthier countries. The...


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