“The utterance of household names like Timex, Levi’s, NCR and now Michelin sends shivers down the spine of ordinary Dundonians.”
“No virus takes more lives annually than poverty and not even a pandemic should displace it on the political agenda.”
The following 200 word short supplements appear exclusively in the print editions of the Evening Telegraph every Monday in June.
“Austerity economics and a global pandemic has entrenched foodbanks as a staple in the landscape of the UK voluntary sector.”
“Tragically, discrimination resides in the United Kingdom and the cry for justice has been snuffed out on British soil too.”
“Darren was told last week he would only be eligible to claim Universal Credit if he gave up his course.”
These following 200 word short supplements appear exclusively in the print editions of the Evening Telegraph every Monday in May.
“The current impasse hanging over the future of Scottish football has thrown a sustainable future into question for many clubs.”
“As an optimist, I am attracted to the language of possibility and the belief our collective tomorrow can be brighter.”
“Uprooting services providing crucial support at this point could unleash a wider, potentially more lethal, pandemic of poverty upon society.”
“Having applied for Universal Credit in March, Emily will eventually receive her first payment in June – 70 days later.”