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Tag: England

  The NHS has realised figures showing that some 100,000 patients a month have not been referred for cancer check due to fears of coronavirus. A total of 106,535 people with suspected cancer symptoms were referred by their GP for diagnostic checks in May – just over half the 200,599...
09.07.2020
On Friday last week, the Department of Transport (DfT) released a list of 70 plus countries where UK travellers on return to England would not have to carry out a 14-day quarantine period. Speaking to Londra Gazete a spokeswoman from the DfT confirmed that travellers returning from North Cyprus would...
06.07.2020
The government has published its safety plans for England’s return to school in September – built on the principle of keeping classes or whole year groups apart in separate “bubbles”. Schools will have testing kits to give to parents if children develop coronavirus symptoms in school. Mobile testing units may...
02.07.2020
Over 2.2 million people who have been self-isolating in England during the pandemic will no longer need to shield from 1 August. Extremely vulnerable people who are most at risk from becoming ill from coronavirus will no longer need to shield in England. Meaning they can return to work, if...
23.06.2020
Today the student across the UK have been received they’re GCSE result. Despite concerns about the difficulty of exams, there has been a slight increase in the GCSE pass rate and the percentage of top grades this year. The pass rate edged up to 67.3% in England, Wales and Northern...
22.08.2019
University tuition fees in England should be cut to £7,500, according to a review which would balance this by extending student loan repayments from 30 to 40 years. The government-commissioned review calls for better funding for students in vocational education. Maintenance grants to support poorer students, scrapped in 2016, should...
30.05.2019
RAIL passengers are getting the option to use paperless tickets, the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) has said. Major stations are having the infrastructure for smart ticketing installed, with nine in 10 journeys “soon” available in this format, RDG, which represents rail firms, said. Smart tickets can be bought online and...
15.04.2019
The Homelessness Reduction Act, in operation for the past 12 months, is potentially the greatest piece of homelessness legislation for 40 years in England, according to Southwark council in south London. While homelessness went up in the borough last year, as it did across London, the rise was less steep...
12.04.2019
THE British Kahramanmaraş Education and Culture Association has announced to be officially established. Along with the initiative of the Kahramanmaraş Mayor Fatih Mehmet, the Kahramanmaraş Education and Culture Association has been established. As a result of the consultation, Ali Kilinc was appointed as the president of the association, Ozkan Guven...
17.11.2018
Tuition fees in England’s universities could be cut to £6,500 – but with much higher fees, up to £13,500, proposed for some subjects that could lead to higher earnings, such as medicine or science. That’s an idea that seems to be under serious consideration by the prime minister’s review of...
10.11.2018
SCHOOLS in England are to receive a one-off £400m to buy “that extra bit of kit”, the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, has announced in his Budget. The money is worth, on average, £10,000 per primary school and £50,000 per secondary school, he said. Unions said Mr Hammond’s gesture would “infuriate” head...
07.11.2018
A new redesigned plastic £50 note will replace the current one as the Bank of England announced its plan not to scrap the note complete. Fears that the largest denomination usually used by criminals and rarely for ordinary purchases had prompted a proposal to abolish it. Ministers said the new...
23.10.2018
A woman has been charged with murdering a man found injured at a house on Tyneside, Newcastle. Police said Atakan Atay suffered injuries “consistent with a stabbing” at his home in Jasmine Terrace, Birtley, on Thursday(18 October). The 45-year-old was treated by paramedics but died at the scene. Helena Karine...
21.10.2018
Princess Eugenie, who is ninth in line to the throne, is the daughter of the Duke of York and Sarah Ferguson, and the granddaughter of the Queen, will be marrying Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle today. Around 850 guests attending are attending with the familiar faces of Hollywood stars Demi...
12.10.2018
LOCAL authority funding is set to be cut as the government further reduces funding again, with council bosses in England say the “worst is yet to come”. The County Council Network (CCN) predicts “unpalatable cutbacks” next year as the councils identify at least £1bn savings to plug a £1.5bn shortfall...
30.09.2018
THE Anatolian Culture Festival is one of the greatest and well-known festivals which occur in England every year.The Anatolian Culture Festival organised in London as become a traditional festival which will take place for the 12th time this year. The festival is traditionally organised by the Suleymaniye Cultural Center and the...
27.09.2018
THE BANK of England’s governor Mark Carney warned senior ministers that a result of a no-deal Brexit could see house prices come crashing and send another financial shock through the economy. The BBC source shared that Carney worst-case scenario was that house prices could fall as much as 35% over...
23.09.2018
PUBLIC Health England has said that the new enhanced flue jab for the elderly will save hundreds of live. The flue is more dangers and deadly for the over 65’s. The enhanced vaccine that will be given this year contains extra ingredients designed to help aged immune systems develop a...
17.09.2018