This two-bedroom home would be perfect for a first-time buyer - or a student wanting to live near Keele University. The house, in Silverdale Road, Silverdale, Newcastle, is beautifully decorated and well presented with an open plan lounge diner. The kitchen has a laundry and pantry and the fitted bathroom comes with a shower. As well as two good-sized bedrooms, the property also has off road parking. Let's take a look inside... Two-bedroom home in Silverdale Road, Silverdale, Newcastle View gallery OPEN PLAN LOUNGE There is a double glazed window to the front and the room also features a gas fire, TV and telephone point and a radiator. OPEN PLAN DINING ROOM The open plan dining room overlooks the back of the property and there is also a radiator in this room too. KITCHEN With a single glazed bay window to the side and back of the property, the kitchen is also fitted with wall and base units, work surfaces, stainless steel sink with a side drainer, a gas cooker point, plumbing … [Read more...] about Home close to Keele University is perfect for a first-time buyer
Many people on Universal Credit have shared their experiences of how the process has affected their mental health. Last week, Plymouth Live reported about a man who sent abusive messages to the Department of Working Pensions staff at a Plymouth Jobcentre - exposing the other side of what staff deal with. The six-in-one benefit has made headlines for hundreds of reasons, but rarely do we hear from staff about the processes they take to manage mental health for both claimants and staff. Last month, a damning report by Scottish welfare charity SAMH stated that the welfare system is having a major impact on people's emotional stress levels. It stated that those already classed as vulnerable can't gain access to cash because they're coming up against nightmare obstacles and that 'sanctions' and 'conditions' applied to people's payments are also having an adverse affect on people's state of mind. The research stated how 'work coaches' who oversee people's eligibility for benefits are not … [Read more...] about How Universal Credit staff are told to deal with suicidal claimants
PUBLISHED: 12:00 06 April 2019 A hailstorm hits the new stadium ahead the Premier League match between Spurs and Crystal Palace at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (pic: Nick Potts/PA Images). PA Wire/PA Images Spurs supporter Emma de Duve gave her assessment on the club’s new 62,062-seater venue after travelling down from Nottingham for the opening game After nearly two seasons of waiting, the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium finally hosted its first Premier League game on Wednesday April 3 2019 when Crystal Palace visited N17.Fans had been waiting and waiting after months of delays and uncertainty. I was so excited that August 2018 would be the time I would get to see the amazing new ground.From the moment I found out that the stadium was being revamped I was eager to know what it would look like when it was done.Once the announcements came out about the issues and delays, I started to wonder just how long it would take for it to actually open.I have had a season ticket at … [Read more...] about Fan’s view on the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: Worth the wait? Absolutely!
On Wednesday, nurses reported 92 patients languishing on trolleys at UHL - the worst overcrowding ever recorded at an Irish hospital. Prof Paul Burke, chief clinical director of the UL Hospitals Group, disputed the nurses' figures and said the situation was "not a crisis". "It's something we deal with all the time," he said. When asked if he shared Prof Burke's view, Mr Varadkar said: "Well, I think overcrowding is a crisis, and certainly for those who experience it; whether it's the patients on trolleys or their relatives, or the staff - it is a crisis." The Taoiseach said hospitals that continue to experience high levels of overcrowding, such as in Limerick, Cork, and Galway, could learn from areas in the north-east, which he said had seen record low levels. The country's largest emergency department, costing €25m, was opened at UHL in June 2017, replacing a "not fit for purpose" A&E unit. However, following decentralisation of 24-hour emergency departments at Ennis and … [Read more...] about Trolley overcrowding at university hospital a crisis, declares Taoiseach
Some questions have no right answer. Blue dress or white? Yanny or Laurel? Is an oddity on an Israeli soldier’s helmet a horn from medieval anti-Semitic propaganda, or a cartoonish bump left by a spray can? Take your pick. Columbia University’s Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter is currently holding an annual event called “Israeli Apartheid Week.” As the name implies, it is critical of Israeli policies and is meant to support the rights of the Palestinian people. However, according to a group rooting for the other team called Students Supporting Israel (SSI) at Columbia University, the event was marred by a “cheap act of portraying Jewish soldiers with physical deformities” that is “downright abhorrent and anti-Semitic and must be condemned by Columbia University.” This referred to a picture that was made to promote the event, showing an armed Israeli soldier pursuing a masked street artist, who throws spray-paint cans back … [Read more...] about Horn or bump? Pro-Palestinian poster at Columbia University sparks accusations of anti-Semitism