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Working From Home May Hurt Women’s Careers, Says Bank Of England’s Mann

Working From Home May Hurt Women’s Careers, Says Bank Of England’s Mann

Women who work mostly from home risk seeing their careers suffer now that significant numbers of workers are returning to the office after the COVID-19 pandemic, Bank of England policymaker Catherine Mann said on Thursday. Mann, a member of the BoE’s Monetary Policy Committee, said online communication was unable to replicate the spontaneous office conversations […]

Women’s Super League Champions Chelsea Donate Prize Money To Help Refuge Tackle Domestic Abuse

Women’s Super League Champions Chelsea Donate Prize Money To Help Refuge Tackle Domestic Abuse

Newly crowned Women’s Super League (WSL) champions Chelsea will donate their prize money of 100,000 pounds ($127,830) to UK charity Refuge to support women and children experiencing domestic abuse during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Chelsea was awarded the 2019-20 WSL title by the English Football Association last week on a basic points-per-game basis after the […]

Homeless Children In England Living In Shipping Containers

Homeless Children In England Living In Shipping Containers

Children in England are sleeping in converted shipping containers and rooming houses, environments that are often dangerous and far from their schools, a report by the Children’s Commissioner for England found on Wednesday. Homelessness has been increasing in England for nearly a decade amid rising private rents, a freeze on welfare benefits and a shortage of social […]

Plot To kill British Prime Minister Foiled

Plot To kill British Prime Minister Foiled

The Metropolitan Police said on Tuesday that two men arrested last week had been charged with terrorism offenses and would appear in Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday. The Metropolitan Police said in a statement that the men were arrested by its Counter Terrorism Command on November 28. It identified them as Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, […]

The Lunch That Could Make Or Break Brexit

The Lunch That Could Make Or Break Brexit

On Monday, Dec. 4, British Prime Minister Theresa May will sit down to what could turn out to be the most expensive meal in history. Her lunch date will be Jean-Claude Juncker, who as European Commission president has a powerful role in determining progress toward a Brexit deal. Over seasonal dishes and vintage wines in […]