Britain’s unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since 1974 as more people dropped out of the workforce.
The government said 3.6 per cent of adults were out of work and looking for jobs in the three months from July, down from the pace of 3.8 per cent in the previous months. Economists did not expect any change.
The decline was driven by a sharp increase in people who are financially inactive, or not looking for jobs. A total of 194,000 people left the workforce due to an increase in long-term illness and young people moving to education.
- Employment increased by 40,000 in July, less than the 125,000 economists had expected
- Real wages adjusted for inflation fell 2.8% in the quarter from July, slower than the decline in previous months
- Job vacancies dropped by 34,000 compared to the previous quarter, the biggest drop since the summer of 2020.
Bill Gates says that the global hunger crisis is so great that food aid cannot completely solve the problem. Gates argues that what is needed are the kinds of innovations in agricultural technology that he has long funded to try to address the crisis, documented in a report released Tuesday by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Is. Critics also argue that Gates’ approach does not address the urgency of the crisis.
Dressed in mournful black, Queen Elizabeth II’s only daughter Princess Anne as eight soldiers eager to carry the emperor’s coffin to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. Born on 15 August 1950, Princess Anne was educated at Buckingham Palace before starting boarding school in 1963. Princess Anne inherited Queen Elizabeth II’s passion for horses and became a skilled equestrian at an early age. Princess Anne was given the title Princess Royal in 1987.
Charles was joined by his sister Anne and brothers Andrew and Edward on Monday for a 10-minute vigil at St. Giles Cathedral. Queen Elizabeth II’s children stood on the four sides of her coffin while members of the public paid their respects. Charles III is due to visit Northern Ireland on Tuesday. The state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will take place on 19 September.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan called on world leaders on Tuesday to demand an “adequate response” after Yerevan said Azerbaijani forces were trying to advance into Armenian territory, his office said. His office said that Pashinyan called on French President Emmanuel Macron, Russian President Vladimir Putin and United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken to “inform them of Azerbaijan’s aggressive acts against the sovereign territory of Armenia” and that “the international community’s substantial response.” response” demanded.
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