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Annual salary:53,289 per annum (58,289 if based in London) Hours of work:Full time, 35 hours per week (willing to be flexible) Location: York or London Term: Permanent
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Four women interviewed under caution after regulator condemns Garside House as ‘inadequate’ Police have interviewed four women under caution in a criminal investigation into the treatment of about 30 elderly people at a London care home, the management of which was outsourced to a private company...
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Responding to the New Year#39;sannouncement of an increase in the National Living Wage, starting in April, Claire Ainsley, executive director at the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation, said:
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The 85-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision on the Isle of Lewis.
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NHS Digital finds more than 1 million people aged 60 and over are malnourished or at risk The number of older people diagnosed with malnutrition has more than trebled to almost 500,000 in the past decade, according to research. More than 1 million people aged 60 and over – one in 10 – are either...
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NHS Digital finds more than 1 million people aged 60 and over are malnourished or at risk The number of older people diagnosed with malnutrition has more than trebled to almost 500,000 in the past decade, according to research. More than 1 million people aged 60 and over – one in 10 – are either...
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Salary: Competitive Location: York Term: Permanent
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Responding to the Queens Speech earlier today, Claire Ainsley, executive director at the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation, said:
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Annual salary: 29,374 (if based in London34,374) Hours of work: Full time, 35 hours per week but willing consider flexibility Location: York / London Term: Permanent
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Age UK estimates that between last general election and next, 74,000 of cohort in England have died or will die waiting for care At least 74,000 older people in England have died, or will die, waiting for care between the 2017 and 2019 general elections. A total of 81 older people are dying every...
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Everyone in our society should be able to have a decent standard of living – and living standards, especially for people on low incomes, have rightly become a hot topic this election. Helen Barnard looks at the advantages and disadvantages of six ways we could boost living standards.
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With a general election and a new decade looming, this briefing shows how politicians can right the wrong of UK poverty, by addressing the acute concerns of low-income voters.
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In a compassionate society like ours, its only right that we have good systems in place to look after us, and help us out when we need support.
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Too little is known about how drugs affect older people, House of Lords committee told Elderly patients are being “poisoned” with medication because too little is known about how different drugs interact with each other and correct dosages for older people, experts have said. Speaking at the House...
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Hazel Ratcliffe is a single mum from Fife. Shes been on her own with her two sons – aged 18 and 16 – for around 14 years. In this blog, Hazel talks about how it feels to get locked in poverty, what could help people to get out, and the work shes doing to raise awareness of UK poverty.
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With poverty in Scotland rising, Deborah Hay looks at the game-changing solutions the housingsector holds.
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The tide of poverty in Scotland is rising, and the choices of employers are a vital part of the solution of systemic change.
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It is a generation that contains veterans of Greenham, the miners’ strike and the poll tax and anti-Iraq war protests – and, with no need to worry about damaged CVs, they are perfect ‘arrestables’ Protest hits its mark when campaigners look as ordinary as possible, such as the platoons of...
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It is a generation that contains veterans of Greenham, the miners’ strike and the poll tax and anti-Iraq war protests – and, with no need to worry about damaged CVs, they are perfect ‘arrestables’ Protest hits its mark when campaigners look as ordinary as possible, such as the platoons of...

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