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Coronavirus: Was the UK Government Given £350bn in the first place?

Rishi Sunak announced that the UK Government ‘won’t get money for the scheme until 1st June,’ which might affect the Arts and Culture community badly… or not… A UK Arts organization, known as the Coventry UK City of Culture 2021, had invested their money to grant people who are either jobless locally or work from home, because of Coronavirus. The organization, which

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Coronavirus: Has the UK Government Broken their Protection Promise?

They announced the protection scheme last Wednesday, which is said to benefit many bosses and employees at home, including ones within the Arts and Culture community. A week after Rishi Sunak’s speech, a UK Arts organization known as Arts Council England, announced the fact that they’re launching an ’emergency package’ grant. It’s for Artists, museums, galleries, theaters, libraries, and many more within the Arts

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The UK is officially on lock down

The British government has officially declared a lock down due to the recent pandemic, which will have a drastic affect on all art and culture fans who want to visit Art exhibitions overseas. The Co-founder of the arts organization ‘Marguritte London,’ Joanna Payne, said that they have to ‘cancel our (networking) events for the foreseeable, it was important to act

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CUSTOMERS OF THOMAS COOK FACE REFUND DELAYS

Customers of Thomas Cook have responded angrily after being informed that they will face delays receiving a refund for Atol-protected package holidays. The Civil Aviation Authority [CAA] originally stated that all valid claims made on the first day of its refund programme; would be paid within 60 days, or by this Friday.  However they are now saying only two-thirds will be paid on time.  Customers

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Asda and Sainsburys merger bid

Sainsburys and Asda are willing to close up to 150 stores as growing concerns from competitors are being shared with authorities. Two of Britains biggest supermarkets Sainsbury’s and Asda are trying to keep there merger bid alive after new reports published by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) which detailed that the proposed merger would lead to higher costs and

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Promise and fail?

  Londoners seem to be infuriated as the mayor of London isn’t delivering the proposed houses he promised, questions are being asked.   In recent times London has excelled beyond expectation in providing jobs,transport, etc. Provision of affordable homes and conducive environment has been one of Britain’s problems, London to be precise. The mayor’s office  recognised and confirmed that  housing crisis

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