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GCSE Shake-up Examined

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CaptureFollowing last summer’s GCSE exams conducted across England, nearly 6.8% of the examinees received the A* grade. That’s all set to change shortly. With effect from the summer of 2017, the highest grade will be reserved for about 20,000 pupils, which is an equivalent of around 3% of the population taking these exams.

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Declining Mortgage Rates

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CaptureBanks and other financial institutions that keep tabs on the number of people taking out mortgages each month will likely be a bit concerned with mortgage-related statistics unveiled this week.  It’s been reported that the number of mortgages that were approved in February 2014 fell sharply from those approved in the prior month.

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Doctoring “unwell data” to make it well again!

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CaptureThe top brass at the Royal College of General Practitioners (GPs) recently indicated that GP’s are “…under severe threat of extinction” in England.  And the central cause for this decline in medical practice is said to be inadequate funding.

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