Month: October 2017

Eddie Teddie Exchanges Currency

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Hello Friends, it’s Eddie Teddie. It’s been a busy time for a little bear like me since I last spoke to you all. I’ve been saving money, counting money, and even celebrated Nicola’s birthday at Bowling and we went for tea! How’s your month of money counting going? Have my worksheets helped you? So, this…

Investing in infrastructure

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What do we mean by investing in infrastructure? The Cambridge Dictionary defines infrastructure as “the basic systems and services, such as transport and power supplies, that a country or organisation uses in order to work effectively”. Basically, infrastructure is the foundation upon with our economy operates. It includes schools, airports, windfarms, hospitals… In the past, infrastructure was generally funded by the government. But pressure on the public purse has led to…
Prime Minister's Speech

Our take on the Prime Minister’s Speech

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Have you ever had a colleague who had a bit of a tickly cough? Probably. Did you think they should be asked to resign as a result? Probably not. On Wednesday 4th October, PM Theresa May delivered a keynote speech which was designed to relaunch her premiership. But rather than focusing on what she actually…