Sunday, June 13, 2021

How covid has changed the UK’s gambling habits

With much of the UK population being told to stay at home over the past 12 months, most people would have expected gambling participation...

The Other Pandemic: Sexual Violence at UK Universities

Below the cloak of euphoria that comes with joining university exists a deep-rooted issue: sexual violence. Universities are too often failing to protect their students,...

Loneliness in Norfolk: A quiet county’s silent problem

Norfolk has fared well in dealing with coronavirus, but now fights against an unseen pandemic. Callum Parke speaks to those helping to save the...

The class of Covid-19 and what the future holds as unemployment doubles

Jobs snatched away by panicking employers, bosses favouring a more experienced set of hands and a graduates left to fight it out for what’s...

Police probe allegations of sex abuse at Notts care homes

POLICE are investigating two allegations of sexual abuse by staff at children’s homes in Nottinghamshire. The allegations were revealed in a report presented at Nottinghamshire...

Theatre uses lockdown to shake up their programming

A theatre has used lockdown as a way to renew their programming, with plans to stream their shows to over 160,000 people. Sheringham Little Theatre,...

Suffolk Trading Standards warns of fake Covid vaccination invites

Suffolk Trading Standards has asked people to be vigilant after reports of scam vaccination emails rise. The email states that the receiver has been selected...

Mum warns of eating disorder signs after daughter’s struggle

A concerned mother has encouraged parents to check for warning signs as her daughter battles an eating disorder. Kathryn Herbison’s 14-year-old daughter Jessica has spent...

Security expert criticises Britain’s controversial relationship with Brunei

An agreement which sees Brunei's oppressive sultan pay for British troops and bases is irrelevant to the UK’s safety and could be a liability...

Everything thieves have stolen from West Midlands Police since 2012

Tens of thousands of pounds worth of vehicles and equipment have been stolen from West Midlands Police in the last eight years. Thefts over the...

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