South Africans spend more on guns and security than police

South Africans spend more on guns and security than police

South Africans spend more money on protecting themselves from crime than the national police force’s annual budget. The public spend 45 billion rand per year on guns, guard dogs and private security, compared to the police’s budget of just 30 billion (£1.8 billion). One in 20 households contains a weapon,...

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Weekend Sports Outlook: Six Nations Rugby, FA Cup Football and Cheltenham Festival

Weekend Sports Outlook: Six Nations Rugby, FA Cup Football and Cheltenham Festival

The Six Nations returns this weekend and England have it all to play for as they seek to win back-to-back Grand Slams for the first time since 1992. News that fly-half Owen Farrell missed Friday’s training session with a thigh problem is a concern for England, who know that victory...

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Minimum wage awareness campaign launched by Government

Minimum wage awareness campaign launched by Government

The Government has revealed a new advertising campaign to raise awareness about minimum wage and the laws surrounding it ahead of the national living wage and minimum wage rise in April. The campaign comes a month after Sainsbury’s revealed that its new acquisition Argos had been illegally paying around 37,500...

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National Army Museum re-opens after three years

National Army Museum re-opens after three years

The National Army Museum has announced that it will open to the public on 30 March 2017 after a three-year £23.75 million re-development project including £11.5 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The main Chelsea site has been reconfigured with architects BDP to create a more welcoming, accessible and flexible...

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