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Perth and Kinross councillor 'disappointed' at mandatory face mask rule for pupils after October break

1 month ago   |   By Daily Record

Local representative Caroline Shiers - who convenes PKC's lifelong learning committee - previously called on the Scottish Government to relax the rule
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Arsenal must pay at least £60m to sign No.1 target to succeed Pierre-Emerick...

Arsenal must pay at least £60m to sign No.1 target to succeed Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette

Arsenal are looking for a new striker to succeed Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal have earmarked a new striker as their priority signing ahead of the... Read more ...

Seth Rogen accidentally showed up high to Adele's One Night Only special

Seth Rogen accidentally showed up high to Adele's One Night Only special

After coming out of hiatus with her long-awaited fourth studio album, 30, the singer-songwriter put together One Night Only: a televised affair where she sang her latest songs... Read more ...

Buxton v Morecambe: Expect goals with Diego for BBC televised FA Cup tie

Buxton v Morecambe: Expect goals with Diego for BBC televised FA Cup tie

Alan Dudman previews Saturday's BBC lunchtime kick-off in the FA Cup second round, and he is predicting an upset by backing Buxton to beat League One strugglers Morecambe... Read more ...

Daily Racing Multiple: Back a 17/2 Sedgefield double with the Don and Tim

Daily Racing Multiple: Back a 17/2 Sedgefield double with the Don and Tim

Alan had a small winner at 2.74 yesterday, and he is relying on a Sedgefield specialist on Friday to hopefully help to land our 17/2 double... Read more ...

Coventry v West Brom: Keep Sky Blues onside

Coventry v West Brom: Keep Sky Blues onside

Faltering West Brom travel to surprise package Coventry for Saturday's televised Championship tussle. Mark O'Haire picks out his favourite fancy... Read more ...

Business leaders won't hire someone with a known disability

A quarter of business leaders admit that their company does not have processes in place to improve disability inequality. Read more ...

Pete Hykin: Is your workplace pension falling short?

Workplace pensions are arguably one of the best and most generous benefits a company can offer its employees, yet almost a decade on from the introduction of auto-enrolment... Read more ...

Last day of strike action against pension cuts for academics

It is the final day of a three day strike by university staff who are campaigning for better pay, pensions and working conditions. Walkouts have been organised at 58... Read more ...

Workers giving more than ever to charity directly from their salaries

More employees are giving large parts of their salaries to charity to try to be better citizens. A global initiative called Give What We Can says more than 6,000 people have... Read more ...

Labour funding crisis: Biggest union slashes donations in fury at Keir...

Labour funding crisis: Biggest union slashes donations in fury at Keir Starmer leadership

LABOUR has been hit with a devastating blow to its finances after its biggest union backer said Sir Keir Starmer was not doing enough for workers. Read more ...