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Poverty, homelessness rising in England
Homelessness, poverty and poor mental health are on the rise in England’s hidden pockets of immense poverty, especially in areas perceived to be relatively wealthy.
Miles of forgotten WWI trenches unearthed in England
The full extent of the networks of trenches and defensive fortifications built in England during the First World War was revealed in the first major survey of its kind.
Ronaldo reveals he wants to return to England
Cristiano Ronaldo admitted he wants to leave Real Madrid and return to England, just days before facing his old club Manchester United in the UEFA Super Cup.
Mental health staff recruitment plan for England
Thousands more mental health workers are to be recruited by the National Health Service (NHS) in England.
Plans to spread digital growth to rural areas
Rural England and Scotland’s Rural College are launching a consultation which will attempt to discover how best to support the digital economy in the UK’s regions.
Polluted air 'poisoning thousands' across north of England
Dangerous levels of air pollution in towns and cities across the north of England are threatening the health of hundreds of thousands of people and stifling economic growth, according to a new report.
Millions of children in England growing up in high risk environment
Millions of children in England are growing up in vulnerable or high risk environments, according to a pioneering report, which warns that an ‘unacceptably high’ number face having their future chances of happiness blighted.
BoE governor defends decision not to raise interest rate
Bank of England (BOE) governor Mark Carney defended an earlier decision by the bank not to raise interest rate from the record low of 0.25 percent.
Brexit to make families poorer: Bank of England
The Bank of England has warned about the economic fallout in the aftermath of a Britain’s vote to withdraw from the European Union, saying it is already starting to make families poorer.
Bank of England warns of consumer spending squeeze
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned of a consumer spending squeeze this year as inflation rises and real wages fall.
Over 200,000 homes in England lie empty
More than 200,000 homes in England with a total value of £43billion were empty for at least six months during 2016 despite the desperate shortage of properties to rent and buy.
Former England striker Cole has kidney transplant
Former England striker Andrew Cole had a kidney transplant, it was announced Friday.
Bank of England sharply raises growth forecast
The Bank of England raised its forecasts for the UK economy sharply higher, increasing the likelihood the next move in interest rates will be up not down.
Modern life responsible for worrying health in middle age
Eight in 10 middle-aged people either weigh too much or don’t exercise enough, according to a new study which shows modern life is taking its toll on health.
'Middle age health crisis' warning
Middle-aged people in England face a health crisis because of unhealthy lifestyles, experts warned.
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