“During the pandemic, the government gave an uplift of Universal Credit of £20 a week, which worked out as £1,000 a year,” Reid pointed out. “So that’s a way and you are not extending free school meals to families on Universal Credit.
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Lewis Hamilton has claimed it would be a shame to lose the Monaco Grand Prix from the calendar as it is one of the sport’s ‘crown jewels’. He said everyone that attends the iconic race weekend ‘enjoys it’ and praised the circuit’s
The Government is pushing ahead with plans to privatise Channel 4. Mark Littlewood, director general at free market think tank the Institute of Economic Affairs, said the move could pave the way for the BBC licence fee to be abolished. Mr Littlewood
“As I said at the last race, I feel that the sport and we are duty bound to make sure that we try to help raise awareness for certain issues that we see, particularly human rights, in these countries that we’re going
NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! After the Obama administration ended the Pentagon’s “two-war” doctrine in 2012, the United States shifted to only likely being capable of battling one major regional conflict, not two simultaneously. A decade later, the U.S.
When an elderly homeowner’s house caught fire around half a mile from a remote Scottish village last November, he was relying on his landline to call 999 for help. The fire had broken out after Storm Arwen had cut off his power,
Meghan and Harry continue to use the Duke and Duchess of Sussex title conferred on them by the Queen, although they have been stripped of the HRH elements, their military patronages and royal affiliations. Using the Sussex title, Professor Otnes said, then
The Government is debating whether to raise the eligibility for free NHS prescriptions in England from 60 to 66 in an effort to save money. Certain groups in this age bracket would still be eligible but it would be means-tested. The news