Piccadilly Circus (Evening Standard)

Interesting article from the BBC yesterday.


If you missed last night’s webinar you can view it here.  Apologies to those who didn’t get their questions answered.  Lynne and I will look at these later in the week and try to let you have replies.


ExcludedUK is the name of the group I mentioned last night.  This is for all those people who have fallen through the cracks of Government financial assistance.  We know that a lot of ADIs are in this category, so would strongly suggest you join this group which is lobbying for help.  They describe themselves as an inclusive alliance for the excluded and say that they are creating a collective platform for those excluded from UK Government Corovavirus support schemes in order to protect livelihoods and help rebuild the economy.’  This is their website address.  They also have a Facebook group.


An article in today’s Mirror.


Apologies for not having sent out the link for Thursday’s training webinar due to technical problems.  You can view it here.  And the handout from Dan’s Money Matters on Income can be found here.


Our Scottish members can register for the next Scottish webinar on 26 June at 11am.  It would be appreciated if only people living in Scotland attend this webinar.



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