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    North Derbyshire Radio

Month: January 2023

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Government promises crypto regulation to make sector safer for retail investors

Ministers are aiming to bring the sector closer in line with the regulation that governs how traditional financial institutions work The Government has said it will reveal “ambitious plans to protect consumers” from the risks of crypto. Ministers are aiming to bring the sector closer in line with the regulation that governs how traditional financial institutions work, but will not publish details until Wednesday. In a statement, the Treasury said […]

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Border Force officers in major ports to strike during half term

Action will take place at Dover, Calais, Coquelles and Dunkirk Border Force officers in major ports including in France are to strike during half-term in the long-running dispute over jobs, pay and conditions, it has been announced. Around 1,000 members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) in Dover, Calais, Coquelles and Dunkirk will strike on February 17, 18, 19 and 20. The announcement comes ahead of a walkout […]

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Alec Baldwin formally charged over shooting of Halyna Hutchins on Rust movie set

It follows the incident on the movie set of Rust in 2021 Alec Baldwin has been formally charged with involuntary manslaughter following the 2021 Rust movie shooting which resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Both Baldwin and the film’s armourer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed face two charges stemming from the incident on the film’s set in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The charges were formally filed on Tuesday by the Santa […]

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Teenage Cancer Trust concert series is a beautiful thing

That's according to Kasabian frontman, Sergio Pizzorno Kasabian’s Sergio Pizzorno has said the Teenage Cancer Trust concert series is a “beautiful thing” as it was confirmed the group is among the star-studded line-up. Wet Leg, Underworld and Courteeners have also been announced for the music and comedy event, which will be held at London’s Royal Albert Hall in March. Since 2000, the event has helped raise money for the Teenage […]

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Turin hands over the keys of Eurovision to Liverpool in grand ceremony

The international music show will take place at the 11,000-capacity Liverpool Arena in May, culminating in the grand final on May 13 The official keys of the Eurovision Song Contest have been handed from the previous host city Turin to Liverpool in a grand ceremony which celebrated Ukraine. Mayor of Turin Stefano Lo Russo and the mayor of Liverpool, Joanne Anderson, sealed the handover, known as the Insignia, with a […]

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12 million households now spending more than 10 of income on energy bills

That's according to Emma Pinchbeck, the chief executive of Energy UK, which represents suppliers Around 12 million households or about 40% of customers are now spending more than 10% of their income on energy bills – the previous definition of fuel poverty, MPs have heard. Emma Pinchbeck, the chief executive of Energy UK, which represents suppliers, told the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee that customer calls to suppliers were […]

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TSSA receives formal offers from train companies

The TSSA say the offers come after several rounds of talks with the Rail Delivery Group on behalf of the train operating companies One of the unions involved in the long-running railway dispute over pay, jobs and conditions has received formal offers from train companies. The Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association (TSSA) said that for the first time the offers cover management and control staff, as well as station staff and […]

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Drivers hit by rise in fuel prices

That's according to figures from data company Experian Drivers are being hit by rising fuel prices after an increase in oil costs. The average price of a litre of petrol at UK forecourts on Monday was 148.8p, figures from data company Experian show. That was up from 148.4p a week earlier but remains considerably lower than the record high of 191.5p in July 2022. AA fuel price spokesman Luke Bosdet […]

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Mortgage approvals for house purchase drop to lowest levels since May 2020

That's according to figures from the Bank of England The number of mortgage approvals being made to home buyers fell in December to the lowest level since May 2020, according to Bank of England figures. Some 35,600 mortgages were approved for house purchase, down from 46,200 in November, the Bank’s Money and Credit report said. This was the fourth monthly decrease in a row for mortgage approvals for house purchases. […]

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