Carla Morris, financial planner at Brewin Dolphin, said: ‘This will come as a surprise to many. If the new tax rules come into effect, people could have to get extra jobs or work longer than expected to replace the income they thought they would get at 55. It is important for everyone to be aware.’ … [Read more...] about Millions of savers could have to wait another TWO YEARS to dip into their pensions under amid controversial Treasury plans to raise age for cashing in to 57
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In 2011, aged eight, Greta first heard of climate change. Her despair at the alleged failure of world leaders to tackle the crisis threw her into a state of depression, where she refused to eat until her parents agreed to also take up the environmental cause; In August 2018, she boycotted her school during one of Sweden's hottest ever summers, staging a long sitting outside the Swedish Parliament in protest at the Government's climate policy. Greta demanded that Sweden abide by the Paris Agreement;Harnessing the power of social media, Greta's protests made international headlines. She was invited to speak at the 2018 UN Climate Change Conference, commenting that world leaders present were 'not mature enough to tell it like it is'; In the first half of 2019, she joined various student protests in Europe. At the WEF, Greta declared: 'Our house is on fire!' She later addressed various European Parliaments, including Britain's Parliament; Later that year, she sailed … [Read more...] about Greta Thunberg brings Bristol to a standstill: Thousands of children skip school to attend UK climate rally as teenage activist tells 30,000 crowd she ‘will not be silenced when the world is on fire’
DR Congo poll: Blaze hits electoral depot as tense vote nears Congo's President Kabila on elections, corruption and his future Throughout the campaign, the use of these electronic voting machines for the first time has been a major source of contention. … [Read more...] about DR Congo elections: Why do voters mistrust electronic voting?
Berry, who would have political responsibility for London’s police if she became mayor on 5 May, said: “It appears that the Met has learned nothing from the scandal of undercover policing and the monitoring of campaigners like the Lawrence family. As mayor I would want the Met police focused on catching serious criminals and terrorists, not wasting time and our money snooping on Green politicians and campaigners who they think might want to change the status quo.” … [Read more...] about Police anti-extremism unit monitoring senior Green party figures
Get a green financial adviserThe Path was set up to invest only in portfolios that have a positive impact on the planet. “You don’t need to be a millionaire to invest your money wisely,” says founder David MacDonald. “With very little effort you can make a significant difference, moving from harming the planet with your money to sustaining it.” Some research suggests that making sure your investments are sustainable has 27 times more impact than all the other things you could do to reduce your carbon footprint added together. “If you put the maximum annual ISA contribution of £20,000 into a positive-impact fund, it would be the carbon equivalent of taking one car off the road,” MacDonald says. … [Read more...] about 50 simple ways to make your life greener