West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has joined Rashford's push for free school meals during holidays by donating £25,000, while Manchester United will provide 5,000 meals for vulnerable children over the October half-term holiday in partnership with the charity FareShare. … [Read more...] about Marcus Rashford hails ‘superstar’ Britons for supporting his free meals campaign as he pushes Boris Johnson towards another U-turn
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“The challenge care providers face is that local authorities – even those who are signed up to paying their own staff the real living wage – base their fee calculation on the assumption that providers will pay at or about the [minimum] national living wage,” Longley-Cook said. “In addition, they don’t fully include the costs of apprentice levy, pension auto-enrolment and the like. This means it’s almost impossible to pay staff more and keep services financially sustainable.” … [Read more...] about Low pay is biggest barrier to finding and keeping care staff, survey finds
“My family has had our own experience of mental health problems as our son was diagnosed with obsessive compulsive disorder at the age of 15. It’s something he has made the decision to be open about,” Lamb told the conference, in a speech that received a standing ovation from members. … [Read more...] about Lib Dem care minister: we must bring mental health ‘out of the shadows’
Trump has yet to formally concede the election, pressing forward with several lawsuits in battleground states that he lost, including Michigan and Pennsylvania. Following the GSA's decision to greenlight Biden's transition, Trump tweeted that he encouraged the "initial protocols" for the transition to begin, but added: "our case STRONGLY continues, we will keep up the good fight, and I believe we will prevail!" … [Read more...] about US election: What happens next with Joe Biden’s transition to the White House?
'Women must have the right to organise. We will not be silenced': Guardian column which sparked a backlash Suzanne Moore's column titled, 'Women must have the right to organise. We will not be silenced', was published in The Guardian on March 2 this year. … [Read more...] about ‘I didn’t want a pat on the head and a veggie-burger’: Columnist Suzanne Moore reveals how Guardian editor tried to fob her off with lunch instead of standing up for her against ‘bullying’ by colleagues in transphobia row