For those already struggling with the cost of living crisis, Christmas can really pile on the pressure. But there are many ways you can claim support for your household or family if you need it. Household Support Fund – £300 … Continue reading DWP: £1,000 Cost of Living Assistance available in 2023
Liz Truss today resigned as the UK’s Prime Minister earlier this afternoon. Here is Liz Truss’ resignation speech: I came into office at a time of great economic and international instability. Families and businesses were worried about how to pay … Continue reading Liz Truss Resigns – The Lettuce Won!
The unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level for decades, but pay pressures remain. Inflation is at its highest level for decades, and long-term illnesses are playing a major role another factor is the low wage earnings of workers … Continue reading Bank of England Issues Warning on UK Financial Instability
The government is providing £400 to help households with rising fuel bills. Customers paying by direct debit or “smart” prepayment devices will receive the money automatically, while others will receive a voucher they can redeem at a local Post Office. … Continue reading Government Help is trying to ease Energy Prices
After hearing Sue Gray’s report about lockdown-busting parties in Downing Street and Whitehall, Boris Johnson is bracing himself for a tough day. The report into the No. 10 party gatherings, to which 126 penalty notice fines have been issued to … Continue reading Full Sue Gray Report is now released to PM
The UK government recently announced that it will spend up to £23 million to create up to 2,000 artificial intelligence (A.I.) scholarships across England. This will help those with non-STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) degrees get into master’s programmes. … Continue reading UK’s Artificial Intelligence Ten Year Strategy