Labour Members Think Anti-Semitism Claims Are Being Exaggerated To Damage Jeremy Corbyn

March 31, 2018

Around three quarters of Labour members believe the party’s problem with anti-Semitism is being exaggerated to damage Jeremy Corbyn, according to polling.Just 19% said it was a serious issue while 77% believe it is used to undermine the leader or stop criticism of Israel, a YouGov study for The Times found.It comes despite a tumultuous ...

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The Gender Pay Gap: As Deadline Looms, A Startling Picture Of Inequality In the Public Sector Is Revealed

March 30, 2018

With just hours to go before the final deadline for public sector employees to reveal their gender pay gap, the picture is already clear: across the UK, women working in schools, hospitals and for the government are consistently paid less than men. The pay gap is calculated as the difference between the average salaries of men ...

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Caroline Flack Perfectly Shuts Down Self-Help Guru’s Unwanted Relationship Advice With One Cutting Tweet

March 29, 2018

Caroline Flack isn’t ready to take relationship advice from strangers, after her alleged split from 27-year-old ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ star Andrew Brady.The ‘Love Island’ host, 38, made her feelings very clear after a self-help guru offered up some (unwanted) advice about dating younger men.Speaking to the Daily Star, Dr Pam Spurr claimed Caroline had “made ...

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Paywizard and Diagnal unveil strategic partnership to drive targeted real-time multichannel customer engagement

March 29, 2018

New joint offering combines the analytic power of Paywizard Agile with the marketing execution capabilities of Diagnal’s Engage platformUtilises Paywizard’s Decision Moments framework with Diagnal Engage's ability to deliver real-time social media and digital marketing campaigns to target customers at the right time for the right business outcomesCombined proposition to debut at NAB Show 2018, ...

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Being The First Woman To Run 100 Miles Over A Frozen Lake Taught Me About My Own Mental Strength

March 28, 2018

If I didn’t have running, I’d probably be dead right now. I realise that sounds dark, but it’s true. It’s the most unexpected thing that’s ever come into my life, but also one of the most important.Earlier this year I even became the first woman to run across a 100-mile-long frozen lake in deepest, coldest Mongolia. Myself, ...

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