by Mya Bollan Self employed workers told that they have “not been forgotten” but newly announced grants are not fully inclusive. Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced measures to support self employed workers. The support means that a taxable grant will be … Continue reading Some self employed people to fall through the crack
By Nora Garcia Around 20% of the global population is now in quarantine due to the Coronavirus spread. Europe is one of the principal spots of the virus as the number of positive cases and deaths is rising. 155 Countries … Continue reading Inside the Quarantine
by Darren Gibson Low-skilled workers would be unable to acquire visas to enter and work in the UK post-Brexit, controversial government plans have revealed. EU and non-EU citizens would be treated equally after December 31, 2020 when EU free movement … Continue reading Outrage over controversial UK Government immigration proposals
by Darren Gibson The amount of homelessness assistance applications made in Glasgow increased by 11 per cent between January and September 2019, new government figures have revealed. There were 5,873 applications made during that time period, an increase of 599 … Continue reading Rise in applications for Glasgow homelessness assistance
By Leigh Taylor An increased number of people going meat-free for the month of January could mark a seismic breakthrough in the public switching to a less dairy and meat-filled lifestyle. Could growing talks of climate change and its link … Continue reading Success of Veganuary: Is Climate Change a Factor?
By Jamie Costello The pressure on the Theresa May increases as key figures in Scotlands farming, food and drink industries have this week urged MPs to unite to avoid a no deal Brexit in a joint open letter. Adding to this Scottish agricultural secretary Fergus Ewing has vowed that environment secretary Michael Gove is liable to pay billions of pounds to farmers for a ‘no deal Brexit bill.’ The letter from industry executives warned that leaving the EU without a deal would lead to annual industry loses of £2 billion: “Whilst recognising there is no political consensus yet on a … Continue reading Pressure on May’s government grows
by Siobhann Dunn YESTERDAY’S budget proposed that the UK would be preparing for the future and according to Chancellor Phillip Hammond, this means adopting driverless vehicles. He said: “Our future vehicles will be driverless but they will be electric first.” … Continue reading The future is Driverless
By Petya Plachkova A new report, commissioned by the Scottish Government was filed earlier this week. The file suggests that all college and university students should have an income of at least £8,100 a year. This includes loans and bursaries, … Continue reading £8,100 a year for every student?