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Phillip Hammond
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How the Budget Will Help Those with Long-Term Debt in the UK

The 2018 budget is being released today by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Phillip Hammond, and a lot of it aims to help those who have found themselves with long-term debt. Phillip Hammond is set to unveil a plan to solve problem debt, helping those trapped in debt which has been caused by payday loans… Keep Reading

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UK Patient Care is Being Impacted by a Shortage of Nurses

Across the United Kingdom and the European Union, healthcare is taking a hit – and not because nurses and medical staff are not properly trained. Instead, healthcare staff is in short supply, and there are simply not enough nurses to handle the aging population around the world. England has expanded the number of doctors by… Keep Reading

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Doctors and Nurses Criticize Trump’s NHS Comments

United States President Donald Trump criticized the NHS on Twitter on Monday. “The Democrats are pushing for Universal HealthCare while thousands of people are marching in the UK because their U system is going broke and not working. Dems want to raise taxes for really bad and non-personal medical care. No thanks!” he tweeted. The… Keep Reading

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Workers Scramble to Make Repairs in York as Sewer Main Cracks

Residents in The Village started lodging complaints of a stench that started to fill Earswick. The overwhelming smell was quickly followed by residents noticing raw sewage starting to pour into the road near River Foss. The incident was caused by a sewer main that cracked in York. Local utilities sent tankers and pump out to… Keep Reading

Jean-Claude Juncker
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Wages and Salary Levels Will Determine the Future of Europe

The long-term survival of the European Union depends on eradicating the current wage gap between eastern and western member states – according to leading speakers at the “Equal pay for equal work” conference in Brussels on Monday. Distinguished economists, business leaders, and labor representatives discussed the causes and consequences of the enormous wage differences between… Keep Reading

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Severe Human Rights Abuses Discovered in European Nursing Homes

A report published by the European Network of National Human Rights Institutions found cases of severe human rights abuses in nursing homes. The report highlights a serious issue in Europe’s aging population, which is set to increase from 18.5% in 2015 to 30% in 2060. The survey was conducted in six countries: Croatia, Belgium, Hungary,… Keep Reading

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European Commission Approves Marketing of Bavencio

The European Commission has granted Merck and Pfizer Inc. (PFE) authorization to market a treatment for patients that suffer from metastatic Merel cell carcinoma. The monotherapy treatment, Bavencio, is offered to treat an aggressive and rare form of skin cancer. Bavencio is able to be marketed in 28 countries in the Eurozone, including Iceland, Norway,… Keep Reading

Philip Hammond
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UK’s Philip Hammond May Cap Tuition Fees at £7,500

Students may soon save thousands of pounds in tuition fees, as the Chancellor mulls over cuts that would extend over a three-year period, The Independent reports. Philp Hammond is considering capping charges at £7,500 per year, down from the current rate of £9,250 per year. Hammond’s move comes after several warnings that graduates may not… Keep Reading

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UK Ministers: European Judges Will Settle Cross-Border Cases Post-Brexit

As part of the Government’s plans for Brexit, European courts will still hand down rulings in the UK to settle cross-border issues, like divorce and child custody. A paper outlining Britain’s future cooperation with EU civil courts will state that individuals and businesses need reassurance that their cases will be handled after Britain exits the… Keep Reading

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