Apprentice redundancy numbers rise: ‘I was devastated’

Figures from the Department for Education show that between 23 March and 31 July in England, 58,160 apprentices started their training – down from 107,750 during the same period in 2019.

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Superyacht sales surge as wealthy seek Covid escape

These smaller superyachts - the bigger ones can be up to 180 metres - usually cost between €1m and €5m (£860,000 to £4.3m) second-hand, and have running costs of about $200,000 per year for crew, mooring fees and fuel, said Boat International editor-in-chief Stewart...

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Don’t holiday in amber list countries – Boris Johnson

"We don't want to stop travel altogether and the reason, as [Health Secretary] Matt Hancock set out, that we have the amber list is there will be reasons why people feel they need to travel, either to visit family or indeed to visit friends," he told the BBC Radio 4...

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Holiday firms refuse refunds for amber destinations

International travel restrictions for British holidaymakers were eased on Monday. 12 countries or territories have been given a green rating, meaning you can travel to them for tourism. But many tourist hotspots, such as France, Greece, Italy, Spain and Croatia, are...

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