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From tax to homes, UK politicians make economy a battleground for election

From tax to homes, UK politicians make economy a battleground for election

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s Conservatives and the opposition Labour Party will focus on the economy as they ramp up their campaigning for a July 4 national election. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak delivers a speech calling for a general election, outside Number 10 Downing Street, in London. (Reuters) Sunak said on Wednesday that “brighter...

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The Roulette Gameplay Experience Online Versus A Physical Casino

The Roulette Gameplay Experience Online Versus A Physical Casino

Roulette is available to play at physical casino locations across the United States and when you have an account on an online casino to enjoy the remote gameplay experience. Both avenues allow you to play for real money that you can earn from a return on investment from a bet if the ball lands where...

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Early signs of recovery in UK jobs market

Early signs of recovery in UK jobs market

After some of the steepest falls in live vacancies since before the Covid-19 pandemic, the UK jobs market appears to be turning a corner. February saw 866,242 advertised job vacancies, falling just -0.14% compared to January, according to the UK Job Market Report by job search engine Adzuna, driven by increasing monthly job openings in...

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Best Real Money Online Casinos in Canada: Top 5 Casino Sites

Best Real Money Online Casinos in Canada: Top 5 Casino Sites

Pros: Licensed by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario Wide selection of secure payment methods High-quality casino app Cons: Login required to browse the game library No sports betting option Royal Vegas Casino has made quite the name for itself, especially after getting the green light to...

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The sickly seaside town that turned its back on work

The sickly seaside town that turned its back on work

Baroness Grey-Thompson also believes society has written off many disabled people unfairly. She believes many want to, and can, work. Ableism is rife, she claims, adding that she has also felt patronised in the past by people who believe they know best. “Disabled people are ignored – they are 20pc of the population. But it...