‘‘Shooting has broken our hearts,’ says shattered Plymouth as city mourns its children’s innocence

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Five-year-old Evie-Rae left her grandmother Terri’s side and carefully placed a pink candle and a teddy bear on the growing pile of tributes at the foot of a tree in North Down Crescent Park.

“I wanted to come because of the little girl,” she said. “It’s so sad what happened. And scary.” She scattered some petals before running off to play.

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UK workers need right to disconnect amid ‘overtime epidemic’, says report

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Research by thinktank finds women’s mental health particularly affected as home working increases Covid working from home has caused an “epidemic of hidden overtime” that particularly affects women, leading to a need for new “right to disconnect” laws, according a report from Autonomy thinktank. The organisation said unpaid labour was […]

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