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Social care provision in the NHS falls short
October 19, 2019 | No Comments

Measures announced by the government, to give councils access to a brand new support grant for adult social care, have been welcomed by many leaders within the health service, but they do not believe it will be enough to pull the healthcare sector out of the crisis. Image Credit The care levy and a new […]

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Desirable Dresses for summer
September 15, 2019 | No Comments

Stuffing your closet with different dress styles is a terrific decision this summer, as they can be worn in innumerable different ways. You’ll find countless multipurpose dress designs to pick from which can be good for use at practically all hours. A dress could be the ideal clothing to get dressed up in, or alternatively […]

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Rugby vs Football
September 3, 2019 | No Comments

This is a heated debate. Which one is better Rugby or Football? Although you can become a fan of both, one usually takes precedence over the other in terms of enthusiasm and fandom. Football is a bigger sport globally, able to bring a country to a close when a big game is played at the […]

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How to make a white shirt exciting
September 2, 2019 | No Comments

It’s highly likely that you have a white shirt sitting in your wardrobe, quite possibly gathering dust. For many, white shirts seem a little too plain which leads them to be worn mainly for work. However, they can be worn stylishly in and out of the office. Here’s how. Image Credit Play it cool When […]

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Opportunities Are coming from UberEats
August 25, 2019 | No Comments

First Uber took the capital by storm with its app-based taxi service, and now it intends to do the same with its new food delivery service, UberEats. This new food delivery service was launched in London on the 16th June 2016, and whilst critics claim it will need to be ‘compelling’ in order to win […]

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House prices continue to drop in London
August 24, 2019 | No Comments

Sellers have been forced to slash prices Once a buoyant market, house prices in London are continuing to drop. Average asking prices are down by just over £11,000 year on year. The largest price drops since July 2017 have been experienced by one and two-bedroom homes, which provides a vacant step on the ladder for […]

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Nice to have dresses for Summer
August 22, 2019 | No Comments

When the thermometer creeps up throughout the summer months, you are likely to be hunting around for dresses that are a little more elegant than simply throwing on a t-shirt and a pair of shorts! This truly is exactly where the summer clothing comes in. Different dress styles from a maxi to a mini are […]

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Why choose a statement chair?
August 21, 2019 | No Comments

The chairs in our house are very possibly the oldest style furniture designed for private homes. Having a place to sit and rest is important since the days of our distant ancestors, whether it be stones, wooden benches or armchairs. Chairs have been a big part of our interior design for some time now, but […]

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Is Brexit sparking crisis in Food manufacturing?
August 20, 2019 | No Comments

With the UK leaving the EU growing ever closer, Businesses are still wondering how is this going to affect them. Image Credit In the case of the food manufacturing sector, there is perhaps more to consider than in other areas of industry. This is not least because a majority of the UK’s food supplies are […]

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What makes Gloucester Great?
August 20, 2019 | No Comments

Gloucester is an ancient city with tons of heritage to learn and explore. This city has its foundation in Roman times and has more than 2000 years of history. Gloucester has the most inland port in the country and this area has experienced fantastic regeneration over the past few years. If you’re thinking of moving […]

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