Parliaments Mark D'Arcy Parliamentary correspondent 4 December 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-parliaments-46440841 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel What will today's Commons motion to hold "ministers" in contempt actually … [Read more...] about Parliament: what does the contempt challenge mean?
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YOUR first name could reveal about your potential earning ability. By Laura Mitchell / Published 8th November 2018 RICH LIST: The highest earning male name is “Ed”, with an average salary of £61,362 (Pic: GETTY) What’s really in a name? Various studies have revealed that someone's name can determine how rich and successful they will be in the future.With Equal Pay Day coming up on November 10 – the day when women in Britain effectively stop earning relative to men in the year – a report has looked into the top earning monikers.Research, conducted by Adzuna.co.uk, reveals the highest earning male name is “Ed”, with an average salary of £61,362. GENDER PAY GAP: In 2018 men are still getting paid more than women to do the same roles (Pic: GETTY) "Liz" is the highest salaried female first name, but her average salary is £38,792 and depressingly there are 317 male names ahead of her.In fact, male first names dominate … [Read more...] about People with THESE names are most likely to be rich – where does YOURS rank?
A varied programme lies ahead... Hugh Dennis, Lesley Garrett & John Marquez in THE MESSIAH. Festival Theatre, 12 – 17 NovemberA hilarious Christmas comedy that promises to be the funniest and most magical Nativity you will ever see. A travelling theatre troupe of two actors and an opera singer arrive by camel in the ancient town of Chichester to masterfully enact the greatest story every told.Directly prior to the West End, this new comedy of Biblical proportions, written by the Olivier Award-winning writer Patrick Barlow (The 39 Steps), sees Hugh Dennis (Outnumbered, Mock the Week), opera star Lesley Garrett and John Marquez (Doc Martin, In the Club) play a cast of thousands in a Christmas comedy that conjures up the sublime, the ridiculous and the truly angelic.SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE. Festival Theatre, 20 – 24 NovemberYoung Will Shakespeare has writer’s block and he’s in dire need of inspiration. Then he meets the beguiling Viola de Lesseps, who is prepared … [Read more...] about What’s coming up at Chichester Festival Theatre this winter
WHEN it comes to gender identity there are a whole host of terms that activists acknowledge. But a key notion is respect, as campaigner Jane Fae stated: "Ask politely, listen to what individuals have to say and respect what they tell you. It's a principle and an approach to life that will take you a long way - and not just with the transgender community." What does the term transgender mean? It is generally used as an umbrella term for people who view their gender as being different from the gender they were born with. Gender in this sense is more than mere chromosomes but an internal sense of self being either male or female, or even some fluid sense that doesn’t fully fit either category. Gender can also be expressed externally through things like clothing, behaviour and body characteristics. There is no official estimate of the size of the transgender population in the UK but a study by the Gender Identity Research and Education Society, funded by the Home Office, … [Read more...] about What does transgender and transsexual terms mean and why was Robbie Williams’ X Factor comment considered transphobic?
DO you fit into one of these four personality types? Science says that all humans do. By Sophie Roberts / Published 18th September 2018 While everyone likes to think of themselves as unique, there is only a small number of personality types.Northwestern University research believes that humans can be placed into four categories – average, reserved, self-centred or role models.To find out which of these boxes you fall into, you must take a look at your approach to life.So which one are you? Related Articles You’re more likely to gain weight if you have THIS personality type Can YOU spot which G is correct? Most people can’t pick out the right letter What is YOUR heart age? Take this quick quiz to find out your stroke risk Experts issued 1.5 million people with a questionnaire, which sought to find out more about them.They measured them according to their openness, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness and neuroticism.After collating … [Read more...] about What is YOUR personality type? Research reveals four different categories