What is the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust? The Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is an international charity dedicated to saving species from extinction. … [Read more...] about Who were the real Durrell family, and when did author Gerald Durrell die?
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The family stayed at his home in Madeira in an effort to avoid contracting the virus, having seen three of his team-mates in Daniele Rugani, Paulo Dybala and Blaise Matuidi among the first Serie A players to test positive for Covid-19. … [Read more...] about Cristiano Ronaldo treats fans to a glimpse of family life as he shares a sweet snapshot from their afternoon bike ride
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Landlords who say 'no DSS' flout the law Legal victories over 'No DSS' letting agents Zoopla bans housing benefit discrimination District Judge Victoria Mark heard this latest case in York County Court on 1 July, and ruled: "Rejecting tenancy applications because the applicant is in receipt of housing benefit was unlawfully discriminating on the grounds of sex and disability". … [Read more...] about ‘No DSS’ letting bans ‘ruled unlawful’ by court
A report from the Resolution Foundation on the "squeezed middle" found that low-to-middle-income workers account for 70% of the overall growth in self-employment. Increasing food inflation means families within this group have to pay a £280 cost of living "premium" as they spend a greater share of their budget on essentials (which have risen faster than other goods) compared with higher-income households. … [Read more...] about Work doesn’t pay for multi-part-time employees