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Government to invest £2.7 billion in six hospital trusts

Matt Hancock, the health secretary, has pledged that the government will invest £13 billion on hospital projects in the coming years, focused on improving NHS infrastructure.

Conservatives to pledge billions toward “infrastructure revolution”

Chancellor Sajid Javid will pledge to invest £25 billion into improving Britain’s roads and an additional £5 billion for ultra-fast broadband in the “hardest to reach” areas of the country as part of a wider plan to revolutionise the UK infrastructure.

DMA release guide to promote employment among autistic people

DMA Talent, a part of the Data & Marketing Association, have published a new guide which aims to raise the proportion of autistic people in the UK who are in employment.

Half of all young people now attend university

Half of all young people in England are going to university for the first time, according to new figures from the Department of Education.

SNP suggests they would back interim Corbyn government

Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister of Scotland and leader of the SNP, has suggested she would back Jeremy Corbyn to lead a short-term government to avoid a no-deal Brexit.

No-deal Brexit a risk to NHS and care sector, NAO says

The National Audit Office has said in a report that leaving the EU without a deal will pose risks to the NHS and care sector in spite of the government’s existing contingency plans.

Top 10% of frequent flyers responsible for half of all UK flights

According to Department of Transport figures obtained by the Guardian, one per cent of English citizens are responsible for taking one fifth of all flights abroad.

Bank may need to cut interest rates if Brexit deadlock continues

The Bank of England has said that it may have to cut interest rates if uncertainty remains as to which Brexit path the UK will take.

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