Dad Sets Up New Service To Help Families Access Immediate Health Advice
During the past year, the United Kingdom has been in complete lock down to try and help prevent the spread of the Covid 19 virus. This is spread through social contact so if any place in the public area becomes too crowded, there is more chance that the virus will spread from person to person. It is because of this that the government introduced social distancing measures to help prevent the spread of the virus. At first it was only considered safe for people to be out and about when they could have 2m social distancing between themselves and others but later on, the guidance was changed so that in places where people could not be 2metres apart, they would be allowed to be 1 metre + apart with extra restrictions such as face masks etc.
UK Plans Day Of Reflection To Signify All Lives Lost In Covid 19 Pandemic So Far
It has now been just over a year since the United Kingdom first went in to lock down due to Covid 19. The virus spreads from person to person due to the amount of social contact we all have with each other. Due to this the country was placed in lock down along with a number of other restrictions to help prevent the virus spreading further and getting out of control. These measures included social distancing measures where everyone has to have at least two metres social distancing between themselves and other people or one metre plus when this is not possible.
Using Emotion In Advertising Helps Improve The Appeal Of Certain Products Or Services
Companies use the element of emotion when advertising their products or services as it is likely to make them more desirable and lead to increased sales figures. Although it depends what kind of emotion is being used to sell a product. There are generally six core emotions that people recognise and associate with their daily lives. These are:
Rishi Sunak Delivers UK Budget
UK Chancellor Of The Exchequer Rishi Sunak has delivered the 2021 budget which laid out all the measures that would be put in place to try and help the country recover financially from the Covid 19 pandemic. During a time when we are all being asked to stay at home as much as possible and work from home to avoid contracting and passing on the virus, extra measures have had to be put in place in order to ensure that the general public will be able to survive and manage their everyday lives. This includes different types and levels of funding to ensure people can work from home and be able to afford and receive the every day services they need to manage their lives.
Women Round The World Prepare To Mark Women's History Month
March is Women's History Month and is an annual, declared month which highlights the contribution of women through out history and contemporary society. It is celebrated in the United States Of America, United Kingdom, and Austria culminating in a day to mark all the achievements made by women through out time on March 8th. It is celebrated in October in Canada with the celebration being Person's Day on October 18th.
Liverpool City Council Approve Plans For New Everton Stadium
Plans for a new 52, 888 seater stadium for Everton Football Club have been unanimously approved by Liverpool City Council's planning committee. The vision will see the stadium being built at Bramley Moore Dock and the committee has urged the government to make a positive decision on the plans and not to cause any delays to acquire more investment and employment for the region.
Boris Johnson Reveals Road Map To Easing Covid 19 Restrictions
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has given a speech in which he laid out a number of steps aimed at removing all Covid restrictions in England. If all goes well, life could gp back to normality by twenty first June. The so called road map out is a sequence of steps which will have to be gone through slowly to see how everything proceeds. If the rate of infection rises to high, some restrictions may need to be put back in place, however it is hoped that these measures will be a one way route to the country going back to normality.
Victims Of Crime Earn Up To 12.9 Percent Less
It has been revealed that victims of crime earn an estimated 12.9 percent less in the aftermath of the incidents they were subjected to. This means that they become more reliant on the state and social security benefits. These findings come as a result of new research conducted by the University of Cologne and the VU Amsterdam.