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EU students could face higher fees to study in UK from 2020

. UK higher education leaders fear more than doubling tuition fees will reduce student numbers in the EU to 60%.

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Under the current arrangements, EU students pay up to £ 9,250 a year. UK higher education leaders fear more than doubling tuition fees will reduce student numbers in the EU to 60%. EU students make up between a dozen and 20% of UK universities. of all students. There were almost 135,000 EU students studied in UK higher education.

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Best apps to make new friends in UK

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Best apps to make new friends in UK

There are many great apps to make new friends in UK. Lets check couple of best apps to make new friends in UK.

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Apps to make new friends in UK

ZINGR use GPS to connect local people. This app is a great alternative to Instagram or Snapchat. All these apps use stories. ZINGR also use hashtags to connect people nearby. People can use hashtags to connect like minded people in UK. This is great app to make new friends in UK.

Yubo – is anothe great app for teens to make new friends in UK. This app allows users to chat online, talk to on video chats. This app is like an alternative to Snapchat. Yubo is loved by teenagers.

 

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„Ryanair“ atnaujins skrydžius iš JK į Lietuvą

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„Ryanair“ atstovai pranešė, jog artimiausiu metu pigių skrydžių bendrovė atnaujins skrydžius į Kauną. Jau netrukus iš Liverpulio bus galima pasiekti ne tik Kauną, bet ir tokius miestus kaip Romą, Paryžių, Milaną ir kitus Europos didmiesčius. Pranešama, jog skrydžiai bus vykdomi nepaisant ar toje šalyje yra didelė Covid-19 užsikrėtimo galimybė.

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Government urged to renegotiate Brexit

British business exports to the EU fell by as much as 41% in the first 3 months of this year. As a result, the UK government would like to return to the negotiating table with the EU and renegotiate trade between them.

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British business exports to the EU fell by as much as 41% in the first 3 months of this year. As a result, the UK government would like to return to the negotiating table with the EU and renegotiate trade between them. In the first month of this year, exports from the UK to the EU fell by as much as £ 5.6 billion.

Deteriorating indicators were also affected by the Covid-19 pandemic

The country’s closure, the Covid-19 pandemic, also undoubtedly affected the economy. Closed businesses, declining imports and exports have led to less money being raised in the country’s budget. However, with the opening of the economy, the country’s growth is expected to accelerate and the UK’s economic performance will improve.

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