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Fee rises of more than £100 a week add "insult to injury" after the wave of infections, says Age UK.
The companies promise big tax savings, but some NHS staff could end up severely out of pocket.
There are concerns coronavirus might be starting to spread in parts of England again.
The second in line to the throne has been secretly answering text messages from people needing help.
Property buyers and renters are on the search for outdoor space after lockdown, research suggests.
Matt Hancock says people should stick to rules as protests are planned over the African American's death.
The government says it's open to "innovative" ideas, after a union urges it to ease social distancing.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock says it is "a time of sorrow for us all" as the UK reaches 40,261 deaths.
After three months in Turkey, Kerem Koseoglu will be in the same house as his severely disabled daughter - but in quarantine.
National Park bosses are urging visitors to enjoy the area responsibly and keep social distancing.
The man was investigated over the disappearance of a five-year-old girl in 2015, German media reports.
No-one will be evicted from their home this summer, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick says.
TV presenter Kate Garraway's partner has been in a coma for nearly 10 weeks, after catching Covid-19.
James Large was the only male British dancer to be offered a contract at the Royal Ballet this year.
The app, first tested on the Isle of Wight, had been expected to be rolled out at the end of May.
Current restrictions mean 10 people are allowed at a funeral in Sheffield, with others watching online.
Local residents take responsibility for removing rubbish left "blighting" a historic Scottish road.
Spaces will be reserved for tractors at the first drive-in country concert on the island of Ireland.
Littering, fly-tipping and barbecue fires are destroying habitats, a wildlife trust says.
The vouchers have cost more than £129m in England and are worth £15 per week for each eligible child.
Scientists want people to send them recordings of their wildlife experiences under the lockdown.
The Equalities and Human Rights Commission says the virus has "laid bare" racial disparities.
More than half the population has struggled with sleep during the lockdown, especially younger people.
Black Lives Matter protests continue in the UK - but are they illegal under restrictions on gatherings?
Face coverings are to become compulsory for people using public transport in England.
Though medical staff are in the Covid-19 firing line, there has been a surge of interest in healthcare as a career.
A top climate scientist has called for more investment in climate computing.
A 2018 MERS outbreak exercise in Scotland revealed concerns over protective gear, the BBC learns.
The brother of a man caught up in the Windrush scandal has written a BBC drama about his ordeal.
After 13 years, the hunt for the missing three year old may be a step closer to a conclusion.
We asked three people who hit the job market just as recession was biting, what got them through.
With theatres closed, and TV and movie filming on hold, acting school graduates are struggling.
Photographs of some of the key moments since the three-year-old went missing in Portugal in 2007.
Prince William reveals he has been anonymously counselling people during lockdown
Sally Boocock’s children moved out to shield them from the coronavirus.
The BBC's Ed Thomas visited one street on Merseyside that's reeling from three coronavirus deaths.
The UK's coronavirus death toll has passed more than 40,000, according to the latest figures.
At the daily briefing Health Secretary Matt Hancock was also asked about regional differences in the R rate.
Ten of the Chelsea Pensioners have died in the coronavirus pandemic but their comrades soldier on.
Many papers lead on the latest in the Madeleine McCann case, with reports of another missing girl.
Tory Bob Seely says he did not know other people would be present when he visited a journalist.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says demonstrations planned for the weekend are a "risk to life".
From heartbreaking losses to heartwarming lockdown stories, BBC News NI looks back at the Covid-19 pandemic.
Businesses offering outdoor activities may "disappear off the map" without more support, an MP says.
Police ask for the CPS to look into Belly Mujinga's death in light of "wider public interest".
Dan Ridlington is relearning simple tasks after spending 54 days in critical care.
She is filmed driving at double the speed limit and on the wrong side of the road in a village.
AstraZeneca says it could provide two billion doses of a potential vaccine, helped by backing from Bill Gates.
The meadow outside King's College Chapel, is "already humming with bees".
Rappers Ice-T and Chuck D are among stars to have shared Nathan Murdoch's heart shape design.
Advice on protecting your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Charlie Appleby's 11-10 favourite Ghaiyyath wins the Coronation Cup at Newmarket, the first British Group One race of the season.
The League Two season is brought to an early conclusion after talks between clubs and the English Football League.
With a decision to end Leagues One and Two moving closer, BBC Sport looks at could happen next in the EFL.
Peterborough United exercise an option to extend winger Joe Ward's contract for a further 12 months.
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Thomas Middlecott Academy is committed to equality, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to…
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David Ross Education Trust
Thomas Middlecott Academy is committed to equality, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to… £24,373 - £40,490 a year
From David Ross Education Trust - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 02:05:57 GMT - View all Boston jobs
David Ross Education Trust
Ensure efficient communication between the Training department and operations and other internal departments via telephone, e-mail and person to person. £22,000 a year
From Indeed - Thu, 04 Jun 2020 06:50:50 GMT - View all Bicker jobs
Our client based in Bicker are looking for Class 1 drivers for a variety of shifts to carry out general haulage runs to customers both locally and nationwide. £12.00 - £16.50 an hour
From Indeed - Fri, 29 May 2020 10:30:36 GMT - View all Bicker jobs
Help the company achieve its targets. Mon- Thurs 12 Hour shifts Fixed Term. Promoting a culture of mutual respect. Ensure all food standards are adhered to.
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In a timely and appropriate manner assist the team to meet company goals. Cooking of raw ingredients in boilers / kettles to agreed recipes to supply safe and…
From Indeed - Tue, 26 May 2020 15:31:32 GMT - View all Bicker jobs
In a timely and appropriate manner assist the team to meet company goals. Ensure efficient communication between production and other internal departments.
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Cleaner is required to work 10am - 2:30pm, 3 days on/5 days off. Must have own transport arrangements. Local family business seeks part time cleaner in the… £8.72 an hour
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Efficient collation of orders and optimum use of tanks and chilling facilities.*. Ensuring all health and safety regulations are adhered to and instil within…
From Indeed - Fri, 22 May 2020 09:02:20 GMT - View all Bicker jobs
Leading supplier of a wide range of cooked ingredients, sauces, dips, dressings & drizzles to customers throughout Europe, Australia and the US. £9.80 - £10.80 an hour
From Indeed - Fri, 15 May 2020 10:28:50 GMT - View all Bicker jobs
Leading supplier of a wide range of cooked ingredients, sauces, dips, dressings & drizzles to customers throughout Europe, Australia and the US. £11 - £13 an hour
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Planning and undertaking scheduled maintenance. 3+ years industry years’ experience. Experience Maintenance on machinery and equipment.
From Indeed - Thu, 30 Apr 2020 12:21:17 GMT - View all Bicker jobs
Our clients are generally seeking applicants who are reasonably local, so on that basis we would ideally like you to supply us with your address (or at least… £236 a day
From Triumph Consultants Ltd - Wed, 03 Jun 2020 20:07:24 GMT - View all Sleaford jobs
Triumph Consultants Ltd
Must be qualified to a minimum of NVQ Level 3 or working at a level 3 standard or equivalent in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair. £9 - £18 an hour
From Indeed - Wed, 03 Jun 2020 16:10:36 GMT - View all Sleaford jobs
A Busy town centre Restaurant is looking for a fulltime Kitchen assistant/ pot wash, to work 5 days from 7, the minimum working week will be 40 hours. £6.15 - £9.00 an hour
From Indeed - Thu, 28 May 2020 12:23:09 GMT - View all Sleaford jobs
Have a working knowledge of Home Policies and procedures in respect of job role and responsibilities especially in relation to safeguarding service users. £15.22 an hour
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We have an opening for a Head chef at a busy town centre restaurant, working 5 days from 7 on a rota basis, you will be responsible for running all aspects of… £24,000 - £27,500 a year
From Indeed - Sat, 07 Mar 2020 06:57:44 GMT - View all Sleaford jobs
Must hold valid Class 1 Licence, DIGI and CPC. We appreciate and thank all candidates that have applied and will endeavour to give feedback in a timely manner. £10.50 - £14.00 an hour
From Unique Employment Services Ltd - Fri, 05 Jun 2020 13:02:48 GMT - View all Donington jobs
Unique Employment Services Ltd
To act in a professional and friendly manner when dealing with all customers and GBSG Staff. To ensure customer needs are satisfied regarding sales and service.
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