Society is falling apart in Europe…

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by BoatSurfer600

Schools are reportedly considering three or four-day weeks to manage soaring energy bills and teacher pay rises.

Headteachers and academy trust leaders are having to think of ways to save costs as budgets come under increased pressure.

Schools are grappling with rocketing inflation and budget increases failing to keep up with soaring rates, which could surpass 15 per cent next year.

Teachers have also warned schools were on the brink of a “full-blown crisis” by having to foot the bill for the recent pay increase for teachers, as well as rising energy bills.

UK’s cost-of-living crisis could spark ‘Great Reshuffle’ as workers seek out better paid jobs

Soaring inflation could spark a “Great Reshuffle” in the UK’s job market as workers are increasingly prioritising higher salaries in seeking to manage rising living costs, a survey of 2,000 workers shows.

More than half (55 per cent) of UK workers are actively looking for jobs with a view to securing higher salaries due to the financial pressures posed by the UK’s cost-of-living crisis, the research by jobs website Reed shows.

Reed chairman James Reed said: “Due to runaway inflation currently at 9.4% and outstripping wage increases across many industries, millions will be on the move from this September onwards to secure a pay bump.

Hundreds of thousands of UK households ditch Amazon Prime

Almost 600,000 British households cancelled their Amazon Prime subscriptions ahead of a price rise as the cost of living crisis hits streaming companies.

The number of UK Prime customers fell by 590,000 in the second quarter of 2022 according to Ofcom, the industry watchdog, a drop of 5pc. Amazon announced an increase in its fee by £1 a month to £8.99 in July.

Can’t see them coming back either, when they realise they don’t really need it!

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UK inflation hits 10.1% in July, a new 40-year high. Inflation is being forecast to jump further to 13%.


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