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Monthly Archives: June 2020

Vehicle Crime Down Just 10% During Lockdown 

Roads may have been 70% quieter during the lockdown, but the number of vehicle-related crimes barely changed, new figures reveal. The findings come from a new study by insurance specialists, Carole Nash, which involved analysis of the latest UK police forces data on vehicle crime, alongside a survey of 1,000 car and motorcycle owners. According to the police forces figures,

Chancellor urges nation to support their high streets

Chancellor visits retailers reopening their doors in Yorkshire to see measures being taken to keep staff and customers safe the retail sector overall employs more people than any other sector, meaning high streets will be vital as the country recovers from the virus The Chancellor

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Continued remote working is vital post lockdown to keep air pollution low, with 87% of workers wanting to continue to do so in some form

A new survey* by The Business Clean Air Taskforce (BCAT), which includes Philips and ENGIE, has uncovered that working remotely is both achievable and welcomed by the public. Off the back of the survey, charity Global Action Plan is urging the continuation of remote working as an option post lockdown to


The UK has seen a huge increase in demand for clean air fitness over the past 3 months. Since the UK went into lockdown on the 23rd March, users of the TENZING Clean Air Tracker have logged 53,000 runs, 42% of the tracker’s annual uploads!

New study to understand effect of COVID-19 on veterans

A new study to understand the effect of coronavirus on former service personnel is to be launched today, veterans minister Johnny Mercer has announced. The work is sponsored by the Office for Veterans’ Affairs (OVA) and will be undertaken by the world leading King’s Centre