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Campaigning against predatory marriage

Daphne Franks writes about her mother who was victim to predatory marriage. Family members are often not believed, due to being 'hysterical'. More must be done to change the law around marriage.

Yorkshire Bylines Local News: Campaigning against predatory marriage


26/09/2021 - yorkshirebylines.co.uk

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Five cost of living crises facing the UK government

Is the pandemic to blame? Is it Brexit? Or is it just ministerial incompetence? Whatever the case, it’s going to be a tough winter


The cost of natural gas has quadrupled in four months, but energy companies cannot pass on the increase to customers because prices are capped by the government. The price cap will go up by an average of £139 in October, but dozens of smaller suppliers are expected to go out of business. When the cap is reviewed in April next year, it may go up by another £200 or more, some analysts believe. Gas costs are unlikely to fall for months, so heavy industry firms will face higher costs, and the UK is no longer part of the EU’s energy market which allows for simple cross-border trading of energy to keep prices more stable.

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26/09/2021 - www.theguardian.com

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Short-term UK visa scheme expected to tackle Christmas delivery disruption

Industry figures express frustration and relief over plan to relieve UK’s lorry driver shortage

The prospect of a temporary visa scheme to fix the lorry driver shortage has been met with frustration and relief by industry figures and opposition politicians.

With an announcement expected over the weekend, Downing Street sources said the scheme, which reports suggest will temporarily lift visa restrictions for foreign drivers, is to be a “short-term solution” to ease pressure on deliveries in the run-up to Christmas.

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25/09/2021 - www.theguardian.com

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Cost of Brexit So Far

Total cost to the UK since the Brexit referendum

According to the Bank of England voting to leave the European Union has cost Britain more than £440 million a week in lost growth since the referendum.

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