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More than 140,000 jobs are under threat at councils in Britain as a result of Government spending cuts, a new study has revealed.
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A trade union has warned that local communities could be under threat from "savage" public spending cuts.
Mortgage providers have begun withdrawing their cheapest fixed-rate deals as fears grow that interest rates will have to rise earlier than expected because of soaring inflation.
Economists have predicted that official figures will show inflation rose further in December.
A council is looking for experienced pet owners to take on six abandoned Staffordshire Bull Terriers who face death unless new homes are found for them.
An animal welfare charity has launched a viral video aimed at helping the Staffordshire Bull Terrier shed its associations with anti-social behaviour and gang violence.
Britons do not consider themselves to have serious financial difficulties until their debts have mounted up to nearly £16,000, according to a survey.
The RSPCA is warning pet owners of the dangers of antifreeze after five cats died from antifreeze poisoning in Norwich last month.
Poorer people pay hundreds of pounds more a year for heating their home than rich people, a poll has shown.
A survey has revealed that nearly a third of Britons do not have any savings to fall back on if they suddenly found themselves without a job.
Hull City Council has announced that it is looking to axe up to 1,400 jobs as part of an effort to cut its budget by more than £40 million.
The number of people in the UK officially without work will rise to 2.7 million by the end of next year, according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
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