Monthly Archives: May 2017

Top University Removes Prayer Space Without Warning

Students at the University of East Anglia, protesting about the removal of the only on campus prayer space, took their Friday prayer session in a public university square last week. On the eve of Ramadan, students were told the space … Continue reading

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Research Shows SMEs Need to Embrace New Payment Methods

Research by Barclaycard has revealed that SMEs reluctant to adopt new payment methods are losing out on business, online and in store. Customers The research shows that nearly half of all millennial shoppers (18-34 year olds) prefer to pay with … Continue reading

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Islington Care Home Rated Inadequate Following CQC Inspection

An Islington care home run by Care UK Community Partnerships Ltd, has been rated as Inadequate by the Care Quality Commission. Lennox House in Durham Road provides residential care and nursing care for up to 87 older men and women … Continue reading

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Is International Trade Slowing Down For UK SMEs?

WorldFirst’s latest Global Trade Barometer shows a significant slowdown in international trade, as UK SMEs transfer 17% less on average per currency transaction in Q1 2017 versus Q4 2016 – a fall from £48,000 to just £39,000. When asked, two … Continue reading

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Cambridge University Student’s Photos Go Viral

14 black male students from Cambridge University have hit the headlines following the publishing of a photo on Facebook. Inspired by the viral image of young black men from Yale, the Cambridge ACS (African-Caribbean Society) decided to capture just some … Continue reading

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CQC Places Havering GP Practice into Special Measures

A Havering GP practice has been rated Inadequate and placed into special measures following a Care Quality Commission inspection in January 2017. Dr Rana Chowdhury’s practice at Oak Lodge, Romford, was rated Inadequate for being safe and well-led. It was … Continue reading

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Fancy Writing Comedy for the BBC?

The BBC Writers Room’s regular window for unsolicited scripts is now open for comedy scripts (TV, film, radio, stage or online). This year writers are being asked to specify which 10 consecutive pages of their script to read first.   So … Continue reading

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