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Universities brace for huge losses as foreign students drop out

Universities brace for huge losses as foreign students drop out


Some universities are already expecting to lose more than £100m as foreign students cancel their studies, with warnings that the impact of coronavirus will be “like a tsunami hitting the sector”. Several organisations are now planning for a 80-100...

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COUNCIL WARNING OVER FUTURE OF SEASIDE TOWNS

COUNCIL WARNING OVER FUTURE OF SEASIDE TOWNS


Seaside resorts risk becoming permanent "ghost towns" as their economies are hit by reduced visitor numbers during the coronavirus pandemic. Towns and villages heavily reliant on seasonal tourism are said to be facing an unprecedented challenge, as ...

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UK lockdown: police apologise after man threatened with pepper spray

UK lockdown: police apologise after man threatened with pepper spray


Greater Manchester police have apologised after a man who said he was delivering food to vulnerable family members was arrested and threatened with pepper spray. In video footage of the incident, which took place in Fallowfield, Manchester, on Fri...

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Universities brace for huge losses as foreign students drop out

Universities brace for huge losses as foreign students drop out


Some universities are already expecting to lose more than £100m as foreign students cancel their studies, with warnings that the impact of coronavirus will be “like a tsunami hitting the sector”. Several organisations are now planning for a 80-100...

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Chris Packham vows to continue HS2 legal battle

Chris Packham vows to continue HS2 legal battle


The broadcaster Chris Packham has said he will continue his fight against the construction of HS2, which environmentalists say is leading to irreversible destruction of ancient habitats and woodlands. Last week Packham applied for an urgent injunc...

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Stop spending millions on for-profit schools abroad, campaigners tell UK

Stop spending millions on for-profit schools abroad, campaigners tell UK


The UK’s decision to spend tens of millions of pounds funding private schools overseas has been called into question following a decision by the World Bank to halt its investment in the sector. The bank’s private-sector arm, the International Fina...

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These nurses are 'leveling up' their moves to Ciara's hit dance challenge

These nurses are 'leveling up' their moves to Ciara's hit dance challenge


These Philadelphia nurses are truly "leveling up" on their sweet moves in a now-viral response to the dance challenge featuring Ciara's hit song, "Level Up." The nurses, who call themselves "The Original Swab Squad" on Instagram, are based out of ...

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NHS says coronavirus volunteer scheme taking time to get up to speed

NHS says coronavirus volunteer scheme taking time to get up to speed


Covid-19 patients. Photograph: Kate Green/Getty NHS officials have said it has taken longer than anticipated to get the coronavirus volunteer programme up and running after many of the 750,000 who signed up complained that they had not yet been give...

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Bank of England to finance UK government if markets turn sour

Bank of England to finance UK government if markets turn sour


LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England has agreed to temporarily lend the government money if needed to help finance its massive COVID-19 spending plans, reviving a measure used during the 2008 financial crisis. Sensitive to claims it is resorting...

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EU puts anti-dumping duties on stainless steel from China, Indonesia and Taiwan

EU puts anti-dumping duties on stainless steel from China, Indonesia and Taiwan


The European Commission has imposed provisional anti-dumping duties on some stainless steel products from China, Indonesia and Taiwan, according to the official EU journal, nearly eight months after launching a probe into low-price imports. The du...

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