Britain’s unemployment rate hasn’t been lower since the mid-1970s, as official figures released by the Office for National Statistics show it’s fallen to 4.0%, with 1.15 million fewer unemployed people since 2010. The UK saw a sixth continuous month of real-terms pay increases, with regular

Man arrested following Greenwich stabbing

Police in Greenwich appealed for assistance to trace 35-year-old Peter Morley who was sought in connection with an incident where a woman was stabbed this morning, 10 September. Peter Morley was arrested this evening on suspicion of attempted murder and remains in custody at a

Winner of the Stewart Garden Schools Programme 2018 announced

Stewart Garden, part of the Global Keter Group, is pleased to announce that St Mark’s Church of England Junior School, Gloucestershire, has won its Schools Programme 2018 competition. The annual contest, which was set up to reward the gardening skills and creativity of schoolchildren aged

Where do Low-Skilled Workers fit post Brexit?

by Rahul Batra Free movement of EU workers has been the cornerstone of UK-EU relations for many years; several hundred thousand low-skilled workers from EU countries are employed each year in jobs predominantly in cleaning, hospitality and the agricultural sector which has historically witnessed a

Jeggings: Why Are They So Popular?

Jeggings are one of the fasting growing trends in the whole world of fashion, let alone legwear. They are fast overtaking the more classic and more traditional types of legwear, and they are becoming the among the most useful, versatile and well-loved items of legwear