Monthly Archives: September 2020
Two women affected by the state pension age being changed from 60 to 66 for women have lost their appeal against a High Court ruling.
Campaigners claim women born in the 1950s have been treated unfairly by rapid changes to their pension age, due to reach 66 later this year. Click here to read more.
A newly released report on the Whipps Cross Hospital rebuild explains why bed numbers could be cut by more than 50 despite a growing population. Click here to read more.
The clause would have forced flat managers to share evacuation and fire safety instructions with residents of the building. 308 Tory MPs voted it down. Click here to read more.
A new shared ownership model would see the minimum initial share to buy in a property reduced from 25% to 10%.
People would also be able to buy additional shares in their home in 1% instalments with heavily-reduced fees. Click here to read more.
Keep your guard up. Book your free flu jab today.
Influenza (flu) is a virus that affects the respiratory tract. Vaccination is required annually as the flu strains change over time.
We want to do everything we can to keep our staff safe and well. Having the flu jab protects your and helps keep service users, colleagues, family and friends safe.
Free flu vaccinations are available for staff and with the NHS busier than ever dealing with coronavirus, having the jab can also help reduce demand on the NHS and social care. Continue reading
During the last few months, the Covid-19 pandemic has forced activists to find new ways of protest and use digital activism to demand climate action, as marches have not been appropriate. The 25th of September will be the first global action day of the year. Click here to read more.