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    EPISODE 35 OF THE FARMING SOCIAL HUB PODCAST

Month: September 2021

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Man arrested on suspicion of Sabina Nessa murder

Detectives investigating the murder of school teacher Sabina Nessa in south-east London have arrested a 38-year-old man in East Sussex. The Metropolitan Police said the suspect had been detained at around 3am on Sunday morning and is being held in police custody. On Thursday evening, investigators released CCTV images of a man they urgently wished to speak to, and one of a silver car they believed he had access to. […]

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Next to post sales jump as investors seek update on trading momentum

Next is set to unveil a jump in sales for the past half-year but shareholders will also be waiting to find out if poor summer weather has dampened the strong momentum built up by the fashion giant. The high street stalwart has continued to be one of the most reliable forces in retail despite the heavy impact of the pandemic on footfall, with the group finding solace in its strong […]

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Ed Sheeran closes Paris leg of star studded Global Citizen Live event

Ed Sheeran has closed the Paris leg of a star-studded global music event aiming to raise awareness of poverty, climate change and the need for coronavirus vaccines worldwide. Global Citizen Live events are taking place in Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Sydney, Rio de Janeiro and Lagos. Sir Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Billie Eilish, Coldplay, Usher, Lizzo, Elton John, Doja Cat, Metallica, Camila Cabello and Black Eyed Peas are among […]

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Emma Raducanu happy with whatever demands are made to play in Australian Open

Emma Raducanu is happy to comply with whatever demands are made of players competing in the Australian Open but shrugged off suggestions she will be among the favourites for the trophy. The 18-year-old returned to training in London this week as she turns her attention to building on her spectacular grand slam breakthrough victory at the US Open. She is yet to announce when she will play next but must […]

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Labour to set out 10 year plan for green Britain

Labour is pledging a 10-year investment to “green” the steel industry. Shadow business secretary Ed Miliband is setting out plans to support manufacturing firms to decarbonise. He will tell the party conference in Brighton on Sunday that Labour would invest up to £3 billion over the coming decade to green the steel industry, working with steelmakers. He will accuse the Conservatives of failing to invest in the transition and of […]

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Low income families to be hit by triple budget blow says think tank

A “triple-whammy” of incoming budget pressures over the next six months could leave low income families more than £1,000 worse off annually, according to a think tank. The Resolution Foundation said inflation, rising energy bills, the looming health and social care tax and next month’s proposed Universal Credit cut could leave households worse off even after increases in the minimum wage have been accounted for. With inflation and soaring energy […]

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Starmer pledges education reforms to make children ready for life

Sir Keir Starmer has promised that a Labour government would reform the education system to ensure children are “well rounded” and “equipped for life”. Labour would overhaul the curriculum in England, with a focus on digital skills, practical work and life skills, and sport and the arts. Over the long term – combined with professional careers advice – this would mean no young person would leave compulsory education without the […]

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Foreign HGV driver visa plan insufficient to fix Christmas supply chain issues

Plans to offer 5,000 three-month visas for foreign lorry drivers are “insufficient” to address supply issues in the lead up to Christmas, according to business groups. The Government has announced a temporary visa scheme that will see 5,000 HGV drivers and 5,500 poultry workers allowed to take up employment in the UK until Christmas Eve, in a bid to keep supermarket shelves stocked with turkeys and tackle delivery difficulties at […]

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Anthony Joshua loses heavyweight titles after stunning loss to Oleksandr Usyk

Anthony Joshua’s reign as world heavyweight champion was ended and a ‘Battle of Britain’ against Tyson Fury is in tatters after Oleksandr Usyk claimed a stunning unanimous decision win at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Usyk was giving up three inches in height and four in reach, as well as nearly 20lbs in weight, but the former undisputed world cruiserweight champion’s technical acumen came to the fore in an electric atmosphere. Joshua […]

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