Newsletter May 26, 2023
Brexit to blame for a third of Britain's food bill rise, researchers say

Britain's departure from the European Union has accounted for about a third of the increase in food bills for households since 2019, equivalent to about 250 pounds ($316), researchers from the London School of Economics and other universities said.

More than 13,000 people in England denied vote due to new ID law - Reuters survey

More than 13,000 people were denied a vote in English local elections this month because of the government's new identification law, with those in poorer areas most impacted, according to a Reuters survey of local authorities.

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Keir Starmer outlines Labour's vision to 'create an NHS fit for the future'

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has explained that Labour's NHS mission is a health mission for Britain.

Over 35,000 cases of sexual misconduct or violence reported in the NHS

The alarming statistics have triggered a wider discussion among healthcare professionals and policymakers.

Study reveals one in four British employees has changed jobs at least three times in three years

The British workspace is undergoing a significant shift, as traditional resignation practices are replaced by a new trend called "subdued quitting".

London Mayor underlines environmental action plan through book on personal struggle with air pollution

Mayor Sadiq Khan's book, "Breathe: Tackling the Climate Emergency", chronicles his long battle against the air quality of London which caused some health issues like asthma and a possible heart attack.

Manchester and northern train services receive £72m from government to enhance passenger experience

Stations in the north including Manchester Victoria and Salford Crescent are set to undergo transformations to ensure travellers face less hectic journeys.

From Russia with Gold: UAE cashes in as sanctions bite

The United Arab Emirates has become a key trade hub for Russian gold since Western sanctions over Ukraine cut Russia's more traditional export routes, Russian customs records show.

Cocaine price crash a blow for Colombian coca growers

Coca cultivation is illegal, but a mainstay for many in the South American country of 50 million people.

Spotify may soon use AI trained voices of your favorite hosts

The Spotify podcast may soon be AI as the digital music service is reportedly developing bots that mimic popular hosts.

New Google Bard feature lets users visualise their search results

Google could soon change how people search for information online by introducing ads within generative AI search results.

Musk gives Ford access to Tesla's US chargers

Musk said he did not want Tesla charging stations "to be a walled garden," referring to strategies that block rivals from sharing products or technology.

Instagram influencer admits stalking, harassment of Premier League stars

The stalking and harassment took place after meeting the footballers at a party.

Djokovic eyes history at French Open as Swiatek launches title defence

The two-time champion has lost eight of his 10 French Open meetings with Nadal who is missing this year's edition due to a hip injury he suffered at the Australian Open.

Duchess of Edinburgh breaks silence after her police escort kills elderly woman

Buckingham Palace said she is "deeply saddened to hear that Helen Holland has passed away."

The UN request urgent funding for their life-saving assistance to the victims of Cyclone Mocha in Myanmar and Bangladesh

The UN request urgent funding for their life-saving assistance to the victims of Cyclone Mocha, which killed over 450 people, in Myanmar and Bangladesh. The appeal will also help support thousands of Rohingya people, after the storm destroyed refugee camps.

Study reveals single parents are more likely to experience anxiety

According to a recent study carried out by the Mental Health Foundation, single parents are more likely to feel anxious and pressured.

The new pandemic? Mental health issues driving the rise in persistent absences from school

Despite the World Health Organisation declaring the pandemic over, its effects are still felt today, with a death toll totalling over 226,000 in Britain alone.

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