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Apprenticeships have become an increasingly common route for people seeking alternative ways to access career progression and social mobility opportunities.
Fortunately, the days of having to go to court to get divorced are long gone. Courtrooms are now the exception rather than the rule.
A team of experts have investigated how carbon labelling can influence businesses and consumers in reducing their carbon footprint.
In Oxford, the private and public sectors, including the local council, agents, landlords and colleges, have collaborated to help the town centre redevelop and inhabit vacant units.
High demand and scarce availability make our city among the least affordable places for housing in the country. And this affects everyone, even if you’ve paid off your mortgage.