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Nurse who served on coronavirus frontline told she can never work again – Liverpool Echo

Aintree hospital nurse is convinced the killer virus is responsible for ending her 20-year career with the NHS

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Coronavirus: Redundancies rise fivefold as pandemic hits jobs – BBC News

A Freedom of Information request shows a rapid rise in firms in June saying they were cutting staff.

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The number of firms that notified the government in June about plans to cut 20 or more jobs was five times higher than in the same month last year, figures obtained by the BBC show.
A Freedom of Information request shows that in June 1,778 firms said were intending to cut more than 139,000 jobs in England, Wales and Scotland.
In June 2019, only 345 firms had plans to cut 24,000 jobs.
The cuts came as coronavirus wiped more than a quarter off UK economic output.
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The Clarkson Review: Aston Martin DB5 | The Sunday Times Magazine | The Sunday Times – The Times

I’m currently going through a phase of wanting a BMW 3.0 CSL or an old Mini Cooper. But I’m often distracted by the idea of a Lancia Fulvia or even a Montecarlo, or a Triumph TR6 or a “Big Healey” —

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Im currently going through a phase of wanting a BMW 3.0 CSL or an old Mini Cooper. But Im often distracted by the idea of a Lancia Fulvia or even a Montecarlo, or a Triumph TR6 or a Big Healey the Austin-Healey 3000. What I really want, of course, is an Eagle Jaguar E-type, except Im an Alfa Romeo man, really, so its probably better I go for the 6C or a 1963 Giulia Spider or a Montreal. Actually, thats what Id want most of all. Yes. Definitely. Unless the right BMW 3.0 CSL came along.
I guess w…

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Banks face second wave of PPI payouts and they are desperate to stop it – The Times

Millions of Britons could be entitled to a second wave of lucrative payment protection insurance (PPI) compensation after a series of court rulings found the products were “unfair”.It means anyone who

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Millions of Britons could be entitled to a second wave of lucrative payment protection insurance (PPI) compensation after a series of court rulings found the products were unfair.
It means anyone who was denied a payment, received only partial refunds or has never claimed can demand all their money back regardless of whether the products were appropriate for them or not.
Banks have forked out £38bn in compensation for missold PPI, the largest consumer redress scheme in British history, but thi…

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