You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA 25 year old who lost everything in lockdown has opened up about his ordeal after being forced to live in a tent.Jackson Marks broke up with his partner, and his successful tiling business ground to a halt because of the pandemic.And as his dad was forced to shield because of illness, he was unable to stay with him, Devon Live reports.Before lockdown, Jackson was running a successful business earning up to 4,000 a month.However, due to the pandemic, as well as believing he had a driving ban due to an insurance issue, he was unable to work and did not have enough money to move into private rented accommodation.With nowhere to go, home for Jackson became a tent in his dad garden for two gruelling months.Prince Charles and Camilla receive first dose of Covid 19 vaccineHe recalled: “I looked into one bed housing but it’s so expensive and I couldn’t afford it on Universal Credit. Once I’d have paid my rent it would have left me skint for the next three weeks. I had never claimed benefits in my life.”I looked for work online and rung up agencies, but I just need the world to come out of lockdown.”As I couldn’t move in with my dad, I put up a tent outside the kitchen window of his ground floor flat.”It was a nightmare and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.
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Garfield County will charge Pitkin County $60 per inmate per day once the agreement is in place. The Pitkin County Jail will remain open for people who only need to be held as long as 48 hours, DiSalvo has said. Any inmate held longer will be transferred to Garfield County, he said..
Background: Low back pain is a main cause of sickness absence and work disability in the UK. The economic impact of this is considerable and there is a growing urgency to address the occupational management of low back pain through a vocational focus on rehabilitation. However there is a lack of evidence as to how the needs of this client group can best be met.Objective: The aim of this study was to test the feasibility of delivering an NHS vocational intervention to this client group, assess how acceptable the intervention was to the participants, and examine the costs involved.Methods: The study followed an iterative process of development, evaluation and implementation.