United Kingdom becomes the world’s first big economy to wind up its furloughed scheme of paying people to stay at home. Redundancy may be on the increase and the Government currently supports 11.6 million jobs from March 2020 to September 2021.
Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps is in favour of short term work visa for European drivers to fill the gap and petrol stations are closing temporarily due to lack of deliveries. Labour Leader Keir Starmer claims that shortage of HGV drivers was predicted foll
Since 2005, Inner city Mission has been fulfilling the mandate to make quality education available to all children in line with the United Nations sustainable development goals. This non-governmental organisation has impacted over 20 million people in 65 count
Christians all around the world are preparing for the largest prayer in response to unprecedented times. The seventh edition of the global day of prayer with Pastor Chris is holding for 24 hours. Christians irrespective of denominations are taking a stand in u
Britain, United States and Australia entered a controversial pact to provide Australia with technology to deploy nuclear powered submarines. The Ocus pact would reduce the cost of Britain’s next generation of nuclear submarines. However, this pact is widely
Boris Johnson is embroiled in health & economic crisis as the United Kingdom faces a £300 billion deficit. The Prime Minister admits to breaking manifesto pledge made in 2019 not to increase tax. He further increases national insurance levy by extra 1.25%
The support for President Biden diminishes and former President Trump is allegedly in advanced talks to sell rights to his Trump International hotel in Washington. Trump also removes the trump brand in Pennsylvania Avenue and sells the leasing rights to a real
Britain’s Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab is negotiating for a safe passage for those left behind in Afghanistan. Dialogue with Pakistan and turkey have commenced to persuade the Taliban to allow secure passage for people fleeing the country.
The Week in Retrospect: ‘Government relents in emergency visa scheme by extending temporary visa beyond Christmas Eve,’ ‘UK faces competitive battle with EU countries to attract drivers to ease fuel and food supply crisis.’
Headline News: Army begins training to drive tankers amidst fuel crisis, ‘Morrisons’ is up for auction in a £7 billion takeover battle.
The Week in Retrospect: ’15 million fund assigned to pay for more than a million new trees aimed at linking trees across M62 corridor to Hull.’ ‘Longer wait for routine NHS check guaranteed for people in poor regions in the United Kingdom.&
Headline News: ‘Christian footballer; Neymar is advised to avoid religious or political propaganda in his contract,’ ‘Empty shelves at Christmas due to HGV drivers’ crisis?’, ‘Wuhan scientists scheme uncovered: The release of coronavirus’, ‘Del
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