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    Get a copy of your police records Contact your local police for a copy of the records they hold about you. Under the Data Protection Act you have the right to ask your local police for a copy of the records they hold about you. This is called a ‘subject access request’. You may need to show...
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    1. Bursaries, scholarships and awards Students in higher education can apply for money directly from their university or college on top of any other student finance – you don’t have to pay this money back. Each university or college has their own rules about bursaries, scholarships and awards, eg: who qualifies how...
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    WHAT DOES IT INVOLVE? Drug treatment can seem like a big step so here’s a brief guide on what happens in treatment. Treatment of drug problems is like any other treatment: – you notice that something is wrong, – go to get expert help, – are assessed, – and a course of treatment is discussed...
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    In its strictest sense, citizenship is a legal status that means a person has a right to live in a state and that state cannot refuse them entry or deport them. This legal status may be conferred at birth, or, in some states, obtained through ‘naturalisation’. In wealthy liberal democratic states citizenship also brings with it...
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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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    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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    Part of the confusion around the term ‘integration’ is that it can be used in academic and policy debates to mean different things. In academic analysis it is often used to explain the process that migrants are engaged in from the day they arrive, regardless of policy intervention, whereas in policy debates it...
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    1. Overview Your limited company pays less Corporation Tax when it gives the following to charity: money equipment or trading stock (items it makes or sells) land, property or shares in another company (shares in your own company don’t qualify) employees (on secondment) sponsorship payments You can claim tax relief by deducting the...
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    1. Overview Donations by individuals to charity or to community amateur sports clubs (CASCs) are tax free. This is called tax relief. The tax goes to you or the charity. How this works depends on whether you donate: through Gift Aid straight from your wages or pension through a Payroll Giving scheme land, property or shares...
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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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