Angelina Jolie involved in a car accident

Originally posted on drobinz's Blog:

Ok,I think they all should be careful now,first it was david beckham and his soin brooklyn,now it’s Angelina Jolie

The wife of Brad Pitt was being chauffeured in a black SUV on Sunday evening, November 30, 2014, when the driver lost control and the motor slid on a wet road and smashed into a kerb causing two of the tyres to burst.
An eyewitness told website X17 Online:‘The car slammed into the kerb at a significant speed. Angelina must have wondered if they hit another car.
‘It was pretty bad – the tyre exploded and it’s amazing nothing worse happened to the car. I wouldn’t be surprised if she has whiplash.’
The incident occurred as Angelina was being driven in Los Angeles following a screening of her movie,Unbroken at the Writers’ Guild Theatre in Beverly Hills, but she is thought to have escaped serious injury as she was later seen…

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Apprenticeships have risen by 73% since 2009

Originally posted on David Martin :

What the Papers Say (The Guardian)

Hundreds of thousands of people aged 25 or over are entering apprentice schemes – which can pay as little as £2.73 an hour – prompting fears the schemes have become a subsidised “numbers game”.

Apprenticeship programmes have become a policy for all three major political parties as a solution to youth unemployment. But figures from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) show that more than 350,000 of the UK’s 851,000 apprentices were over 25, with more than 50,000 aged over 50.

The statistics have stoked concerns that apprenticeships are losing their focus on young people entering the workforce, instead becoming a numbers game, and even a way for businesses to get government subsidies for work training which would already be undertaken.

The number of UK apprentices has risen from 491,300 in 2009 to 851,500 today – an increase of 73%.

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Half Marathon in a volunteer’s shoes

Originally posted on The Right Steps:

It wouldn’t make much sense for me to be preaching about how you should all help others while sitting around doing nothing myself. I occasionally devote my time to some volunteering and I thought it would be a good idea to share my experience with you. Maybe you have considered becoming a volunteer or have already signed up for something exciting but are not quite sure what to expect. Read my blog to get a taste of what it’s like to be a volunteer. Here is my latest experience of becoming a race maker at the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon in London!

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I have always enjoyed watching various sporting events in London, such as the Oxford v Cambridge Boat Race, the London Marathon, Tour de France, etc. (there are so many to choose from!), mainly because they all have an incredible atmosphere. Masses of people come together, supporting athletes and…

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Do You Include A ‘Don Draper Clause’ In Employee Contracts?

Originally posted on Hadi Aboukhater's Blog:

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By Ekaterina Walter Building a culture of excellence is about little things. Like adding Don Draper clause to an employee contract. Or having fun with nicknames. ?read more

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