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Asylum Seekers · United Kingdom
New 18-month visa extension scheme for Ukrainians in the UK
An 18-month visa extension scheme has been announced for Ukrainians who sought sanctuary in the UK in the aftermath of Russia’s illegal invasion.See the Story
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Europe · United Kingdom
Weather warning in place for heavy rain with flooding risk
Met Office has issued a yellow alert for heavy rain in large parts of England and Wales. The Environment Agency has issued eight flood warnings and 109 alerts in England, while Natural Resources Wales issued one alert in South Pembrokeshire. As much as 40mm of rain could fall on already saturated ground after downpours earlier in the week.See the Story
85% Center coverage: 13 sources
Measles Outbreak · British Columbia
Officials worried about low measles vaccination rates in B.C. Interior
Childhood immunization rates in the Interior Health region are sitting well below target levels as cases of measles surge in some parts of the world, including Europe. See the Story
42% Center coverage: 12 sources
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Oldham, England · Oldham
All the books that can be redeemed for free with a £1 World Book Day token 2024
This World Book Day children and young people can get free books. The £1 book tokens given out ahead of the big day allow children to choose one book which they can redeem for their token. The books were made available for free from February 15 and will last up until March 31.See the Story
Gaza · Gaza
Bolton MP breaks ranks to demand Gaza ceasefire saying 'Israel has gone too far'
Mark Logan, Conservative MP for Bolton North East, said he could no longer support the government’s line on the conflict in Gaza and southern Israel. Thousands of people have turned out to pro-Palestine protests in Bolton in recent months. Mr Logan said: “With 28,000 people now dead in Gaza, 11,500 children, playing around with words is just playing around with people's lives, and Israel has gone too far.”See the Story
Bolton, England · Bolton
UK households to see 15 drop in energy bills after 'long-awaited' announcement
UK households should see their energy bills fall soon in some long-awaited good news amid the cost-of-living crisis. Ofgem will announce its latest price cap on Friday, with energy consultancy Cornwall Insight predicting the regulator will lower it by around £293 a year. Just last week there was uproar after British Gas announced its profits increased 10-fold to £750m in 2023.See the Story