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What now for the  Labour Party?
Features / The Economy

What now for the Labour Party?

It has been a rough few months for the Labour Party, from Brexit to the loss at Copeland, to more recently the debate over Scottish Nationalism in which leader Jeremy […]

Does it pay to be a mature student?
Features / News / The Economy

Does it pay to be a mature student?

According to the Office of National Statistics, employment levels in the UK are at a record high. Figures on their website state that 76.6% of people aged 16 to 64 […]

Miliband visits Teesside to help reclaim Stockton South
Features / The Economy / World Politics

Miliband visits Teesside to help reclaim Stockton South

  LABOUR leader Ed Miliband visited the Conservative held Stockton South, and promised to deliver affordable housing and caps on private rent. Taking to the stage at Stockton’s ARC theatre, […]

Hartlepool food bank continues to grow as hard-up families struggle
The Cuts / The Economy

Hartlepool food bank continues to grow as hard-up families struggle

  A HARTLEPOOL food bank is continuing to grow as families in the town struggle to make ends meet. The Trussell Trust food bank on Church Street hands out over […]

University helps grads set up businesses
Student Success / The Economy

University helps grads set up businesses

A TEESSIDE University scheme to support budding business brains has created more than 265 jobs. The DigitalCity Innovation fellowship programme offers use of the University’s facilities and industry experts to […]

Employment success: Peacocks employer finds work within two days of being made redundant
Features / The Economy

Employment success: Peacocks employer finds work within two days of being made redundant

An Ex-Peacocks employee was offered a new job just two days after being made redundant by the bankrupt company. Paul Wallace, from Gateshead, frantically handed out CVs after the news hit of his […]