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Yet this list is still likely to be missing many of the true number of workers who have died. At least frontline health and care workers have been identified after dying with coronavirus. Through tributes from loved ones and confirmation through sources such as local NHS trusts and other authorities, Leicestershire Live and the PA news agency has confirmed the names of health and social care workers who have died after contracting Covid since March 11 This list contains people who were working in roles shortly before their deaths where they were likely to come into contact with patients, including some with Leicestershire connections. The figure is likely to be lower than the true number of workers who have died, as the names of some victims will not yet be in the public domain.
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The headline figures in this year's annual survey of hours and earnings — the official survey of wages across the United Kingdom — make difficult enough reading on their own: the average full-time worker's income rose just 1. However, even this figure masks several ills in the current state of the UK labour market, with falling numbers in full-time work, rising wage inequality, and slowing progress in reaching equality in pay between women and men. Once the country's 5. This was driven by a substantial fall in the indicitive numbers of people in full time work, offset partially by an increased number of people in power-paying part time roles.
Official figures showing the number of Gypsy and Traveller caravan sites across England have been released today. The report published by the Department for Communities and Local Government DCLG , is the most comprehensive count of local gypsy and caravan sites with details on total number of pitches and showing both those on authorised and unauthorised sites. The number of those on authorised sites increased by caravans since January with a total of 15, now being recorded. The total number of all sites across England only saw a marginal rise with 46 more caravans than in January , making the total 18, in January The data which also shows gypsy, traveller and travelling showpeople caravan sites by local authority, illustrates which areas of England have the highest concentration.