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  • A spokesman for Cumbria County Council said the increase is part of a government scheme called Fairer Contributions, which is a new charging system for non-residential adult social care services.

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  • Come on lads we are better than the so called Fairer sex I have read through this thread, cos I have been married for 51 years and loved every minute of it, and this below even made my wife laugh

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  • They have set up a coalition, called the Fairer Fee Forum, which is gathering data from councils and home owners, in order to demonstrate the disparities in the rates paid for services.

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  • The move had been prompted by the Government's new guidelines called Fairer Contributions:

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  • A further $926 million will be allocated for a new social welfare package, called A Fairer Victoria, The Age newspaper said.

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  • 'Fairer' rules on assessment for fertility treatment introduced

    Fertility views sought on egg donations within families

  • Return to Fairer Tax Rates - End, once and for all, the Bush-era tax giveaways for the rich, which the rest of us -- or our kids -- must pay eventually.

    Van Jones: It's Time for the Solutions: Hundreds of Thousands Support Big Plan to Fix Economy

  • The program featured a discussion between Patricia Campbell of Fairer Science, Fiona Dunbar, Lecturer in Math at the University of Waterloo, chair of the university's Women in Mathematics Committee and founder of the Canadian Women in Math Association; and Grade 8 teacher Lukrica Prugo, who has taught an all-girls class for two years.

    Why Girls Don't Like Math

  • A Fairer Fixture List The Rugby World Cup has long has been known for its headwrecking schedule: This tournament is divided into groups of five, which means one team in each of the four groups has to sit out each round of games.

    Keys to the Next World Cup

  • Fairer to all involved, but the resulting data spew undoubtedly left some mathematically challenged scholars befuddled.

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