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    Think smart: Keep your night out running safely!

    The facts speak for themselves: the more you drink, the more likely you are to do something risky or put yourself in dangerous situations. Nobody wants an otherwise fun night out ending with lost phones and money, fights or even a visit to A&E or the police station – make sure you’re following these steps to a […]

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    UK Living wage rises to £8.75 per hour!

    The UK living wage, which is paid voluntarily by more than 3,600 employers, will rise 3.6% to £8.75 per hour around the UK and 4.6% to £10.20 in London, against a backdrop of rising transport, food and housing costs. The rise in pay is set to benefit more than 150,000 workers who work for companies which have […]

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    World Food Day (16 September)

    Today is World Food day! After a period of steady decline, global hunger levels have risen for the first time this century, now affecting 11 percent of the global population. The estimated number of undernourished people increased from 777 million in 2015 to 815 million in 2016.** Conflicts and climate related disasters stall food production and […]

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    Time is running out for the old £1 coins!

    There’s just one week left to spend your old £1 coins. From 16 October the old, round £1 coins will no longer be legal tender as it is fully replaced by the 12-sided version. Shops will have the right to refuse the old version of the coin from this date, however most banks and Post Office counters will […]

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    Facebook Interview Tips Roundup – September/October 2017

    Join our Facebook page to be the first to hear our latest tips and advice! Interview Tips Attending interviews never seem to get any easier, no matter how many you go to. But this is the opportunity to show the employer what you have to offer, and demonstrate how your skills and experience match the role advertised. […]