National Trust made nearly 1,800 staff redundant last year

National Trust made nearly 1,800 staff redundant last year to plug £173million pandemic losses as it battled members over woke row Charity’s income fell from £681million in 2019/20 to £508m in 2020/21  Its finances were battered by property closures and event cancellations   Last year saw a ‘Restore Trust’ campaign launched over ‘woke’ complaints  The National Trust made almost 1,800 staff redundant […]

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Nearly 38,000 fines issued for breaching coronavirus restrictions but only a quarter paid

Only a quarter of nearly 38,000 fines handed to Victorians for breaches of coronavirus restrictions have been paid, with only a fraction of them withdrawn. Victoria Police said on Thursday that 37,939 fines had been issued since the beginning of the pandemic early last year, and only 25 per cent had been paid. Police and ADF personnel at a checkpoint […]

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Detective nearly killed in Salisbury Novichok attack sues police over 'accident at work'

THE police officer poisoned by Novichok in the Salisbury attacks is suing his force, it's reported. Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey was left fighting for his life after being exposed to the nerve agent in March 2018. He was in intensive care for two weeks after being contaminated while investigating the poisonings of Sergei and Yulia Skripal. After surviving the horror attack he was […]

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Kim Kardashian nearly busts out of top as she shows off curves in red latex catsuit after Kanye West's Grammy nomination

KIM Kardashian has proudly flaunted her curves in a Wonder Woman-inspired sexy red latex catsuit. The mom of four paired her suit with fire-engine red heels and dyed her hair to match, with the catsuit featuring a plunging v neckline. Kim's post, simply captioned "Sooo" with the fire emoji, comes after husband Kanye West was nominated for the 2021 Grammy […]

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China has nearly 400 'detention centres' for Uighurs in Xinjiang

China has built nearly 400 ‘suspected detention centres’ where more than one million Uighurs are allegedly detained in Xinjiang, study reveals China has expanded its network of detention centres in Xinjiang, new study says The Australian think tank found over 380 interment camps in the Chinese region Over one million Uighurs and Muslim people are believed to be detained there […]

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