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    All drugs carry risks and you never know how you’ll react to a drug so it’s a bit of a lottery. Drugs can be broadly divided into three categories based on their main effects. They may act solely as stimulants, as depressants or as hallucinogens (aka psychedelics). Quite a few drugs have mixed effects. Many show...
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    Protecting workers through licensing. The GLA is an organisation set up to protect you from exploitation. Our licensing scheme regulates businesses who provide workers to the fresh produce supply chain. The scheme ensures that businesses who supply  workers (labour providers, gangmasters or agencies) and businesses who need workers (labour users, farmers, packhouses) meet the employment...
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    We have already looked at how to place our children in schools abroad and how to help them fit in once they have made the transition to a foreign school but it is worth noting that the reverse can apply as foreign students are now becoming commonplace in our schools in the United Kingdom. This can...
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    Higher education courses: find and apply You can search and apply for most higher education courses online. You usually have to be 18 or older to take a higher education course. They’re usually taught in: universities colleges specialist institutions like as art schools or agricultural colleges Higher education qualifications include: diplomas bachelor degrees foundation...
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    You have the right to request closed circuit television (CCTV) footage of yourself. The CCTV owner must provide this within 40 days, and can charge up to £10. You need to make a request in writing to the owner of the CCTV system. The owner’s details are usually written on a sign attached to the camera, unless the...
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    1. Apply for a council home You apply for council housing through your local council. Each council has its own rules. You’ll usually have to join a waiting list and you’re not guaranteed to get a property. Ask your council how long you’re likely to have to wait. You can apply if you’re 18 or over (some councils...
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    Members’ Stories: George My name is George, I’m an Alcoholic At fifteen I was a big lad and hung around with a bunch of big guys. So, on a busy Saturday night, it wasn’t difficult to pass the scrutiny of the overworked barman and buy my first ‘real’ drink. I was shaking inside and had a lot of...
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    In general, most young people, especially those under 16, trust their parents and will respond to any information and support you offer.  However, as teenagers get older the culture gap may widen and communication may be more difficult.  This does not mean you should not try.  Before you do talk to your child about...
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    Get Help With Your Drinking Problem People come to AA through many different means… choose the path that best suits you. If you prefer e-mail as a means of contact then feel free to email us at help@alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk. We have a team of volunteers who have experienced the problems that losing control of your drinking can...
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“Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day but give a man a fishing rod and he can eat all year”.

The majority of UK charities,  whose sole purpose is to help East Europeans, do so by acting as an immediate problem solver. A phone call, a letter, an email or a form completed may solve the immediate problem but it does not solve the long term problem which is that the client needs to know how to deal with problems themselves because this is all part of the INTEGRATION process, being confident and feeling secure enough to build a new life without the need to visit a charity for help every time a problem arises. 

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