School first in UK to complete financial education course

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MP David Drew, left, after he presented Lakefield Primary School pupils in Frampton on Severn their certicates after they passed their finance qualification. Children at a Frampton-on-Severn primary school have become the first in the UK to complete a financial education course. Year six pupils at Lakefield C of E […]

Brightstar launches education programme

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Brightstar has launched an education programme for brokers who want to develop their knowledge. The programme includes the opportunity to book a 15 minute one-to-one video call with Brightstar’s specialist experts to discuss a variety of areas such as residential mortgages and later life lending. Brightstar intends to send out […]

Insurance giant renews Kent office lease

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  An insurance business has renewed the lease on its office at Kings Hill in Kent securing a long-term future in the region for the major employer. The renewal by Covéa Insurance is believed to be the largest office deal in Kent in the last 18 months. The company, which […]

The former bank robber who stole $150,000 and was jailed for 11 years is now a Georgetown law professor who advises Trump on justice reform after studying in a prison library and winning two Supreme Court cases

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Shon Hopwood, 44, spent 11 years in prison for robbing five banks in Nebraska when he was 23 years old He discovered his passion for law in a library at a federal penitentiary in Illinois The felon worked on fellow inmates’ cases, including two for the Supreme Court Hopwood got […]

The utility Customers Sue Over California Wildfire Law

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  Two Pacific Gas & Electric customers want the federal judge overseeing the company’s bankruptcy to strike down a new California law that Gov. Gavin Newsom has championed as a way of shoring up the state’s major electric utilities in the face of disastrous wildfires. A lawsuit filed Friday argues […]

The oregonians worry new zoning law may change neighborhoods

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Stewart Wershow wonders if in a few years, the tree-lined streets of his neighborhood north of Corvallis High School will look totally different. Corvallis and other Oregon cities are grappling with a new bill requiring cities to allow duplexes, triplexes and other forms of denser housing in single-family neighborhoods. Proponents […]

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