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Couples who stay together enjoy degree-equivalent boost to incomeCouples who stay together enjoy degree-equivalent boost to income

first_imgMarriage Foundation 1 March 2015Staying together can have the same positive impact on subsequent income as having a degree, a new study by Marriage Foundation has found. Staying together can boost income by up to 35 per cent.The negative effect on income of paying for two households, additional transport and increased care costs following the breakup of a family all contribute to the substantial difference in income between intact and separated couple families.The Marriage Foundation used data from the first wave of Understanding Society, a survey of 40,000 households recording their social and economic circumstances, attitudes, behaviours and health.The statistics analysed are from 2009-2010 and look at mothers with children aged 14 or 15. For the first time, it is revealed that the source of family stability and breakdown affecting children, in terms of who marries, who does not and who stays together from the birth of a child until they become teenagers.The impact of having a degree is thought to increase income by 38 per cent or an average of £9,000 a year depending on the qualification and university, only marginally more than the effect of maintaining a two-parent family.http://www.marriagefoundation.org.uk/Web/News/News.aspx?news=178&RedirectUrl=%2fWeb%2fdefault.aspxlast_img read more

263 WV villages seek ‘drug-cleared’ status263 WV villages seek ‘drug-cleared’ status

first_img“Applicants should meet the guidelinesset by the Dangerous Drugs Board,” said Director Alex Tablate of the PhilippineDrug Enforcement Agency Region 6, lead agency of regional oversight committee.These were: ILOILO City – The government’sregional oversight committee on the campaign against illegal drugs will bedeliberating today the application of 263 Western Visayas barangays to bedeclared as drug-cleared. This 2020 the Philippine NationalPolice in Western Visayas aims to get the 105 remaining high-value drug targetsit failed to neutralize in 2019. Included in these targets are elected publicofficials serving as drug protectors. For the 2020 targets, Malong did notdiscount the possibility that the number (150) could still change. Of the 263 barangays, 119 are fromIloilo City. The rest are from the provinces of Guimaras, Antique, Aklan,Capiz, and Iloilo. The No. 1 target remains to be ErnestoBolivar, a resident of Barangay Guinacas, Pototan, Iloilo who has been inhiding since 2017. Six Iloilo towns were previouslydeclared as drug-cleared. These were Miag-ao, Igbaras, Guimbal, Dingle,Binagawan, and recently Concepcion. Police data obtain by Panay News showed that in 2019 a totalof 922 high-value drug targets in Western Visayas were arrested, 100 could nolonger be located, 30 were killed in police operations, and 444 voluntarilysurrendered. * active involvement of barangay andSangguniang Kabataan officials in anti-drug activities “Basimay madugang or maymabuhin,” said Malong./PN * absence of clandestine druglaboratories, warehouses, marijuana cultivation sites * operation of voluntary andcompulsory drug treatment and rehabilitation processing desk Of the 105 drug targets, 50 are inNegros Occidental, 32 in Bacolod City, 11 in Iloilo province, four in Capiz,three each in Antique and Iloilo City, and one each in Guimaras and in Aklan.center_img Director Alex Tablate (left) of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in Western Visayas gives a certificate to Mayor Raul Banias attesting that Concepcion, Iloilo has been cleared of illegal drugs. Concepcion is the first town in northern Iloilo to be declared as drug-cleared. The declaration was made on Feb. 19, 2020. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN According to Tablate, the deliberationwill be attended by, among others, Iloilo City’s Mayor Jerry Treñas whoalso chairs the Iloilo City Anti-Drug Abuse Council and representatives fromthe Department of Interior and Local Government, Department of Health,Philippine National Police and local government units. The deliberation will be held at CasaReal de Iloilo, the old provincial capitol. * non-availability of illegal drugs Police units across the region arehunting him down, said Police Lieutenant Colonel Joem Malong, spokesperson ofthe Police Regional Office 6 (PRO-6).  Iloilo’s component city of Passi Citywas similarly declared. * conduct of drug awareness,preventive education and information campaign * absence of drug dens, pushers andusers, protectors or financiers Of the 30 drug suspects killed inpolice operations, Iloilo City had the most number at nine, followed byIloilo province (eight), Bacolod City (five), Negros Occidental (four), Antique(two) and one each in Antique and Capiz. In Iloilo province, ninemunicipalities also applied to be declared as drug-cleared. These were Calinog,Balasan, Estancia, San Dionisio, Banate, Leganes, Carles, Anilao, and Sara. * no drug transit or transshipmentactivitylast_img read more