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F). Y'day: 2.4 C (36.3 F). WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1988 16p ' A . 1 Sev en s voie_ c 50.00010—. Best Value TWO Around A photograph not to be missed— Exclusive in your Echo Children in danger The campaign on—P6 Union keens `private army' By Colin Whiglit Industrial Editor LABOUR
19 February 1986 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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TODAY'S NUMBERS - 250, 200 NOW TO CLAIM: 1 TO CLAIM you must correctly CIRCLE SEVEN numbers on any one across. These numbers must have • 50 appeered m Me CIRCLE SEVEN game panel Molted on the ECHO 2 To avoid unnecessary cesapporernent irßty. double-chic* you hew arced correctly
19 February 1986 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Dilemma

Dilemma

Now, Labour face the agonising dilemma of whether to apply for the rate-cap spending limit to be lifted. . That would mean pleading with Whitehall for a higher rate rise than 16 per cent. The irony Is that In past years, Labour have virtually rate-capped themselves, imposing unr
19 February 1986 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Trapped

Trapped

"This man, who lived across the road, was a friend of the family. He had gained my parents' confidence by taking my brother and 1 out to the cinema and to a pantomime. "One day I remember we were in the greenhouse at the back of his house. I was about seven at the time. He put h
19 February 1986 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Exclusive

Exclusive

By Andy &ice tee of MPs has just demanded a £3,300 million package to provide jobs for all the longterm unemployed who want them. _ _ Yesterday the Echo reported calls by Liver-
19 February 1986 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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19 February 1986 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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19 February 1986 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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Attendance allowance (leaflet N 1.205) Industrial disablement benefit (leaflet NI 6) Pension Dental treatment Statutory sick pay (leaflet N 1.244) If you earn: £7l or more £44.35 £53 to £70.99 £37.20 £35.50 to £52.99 £30.00 (Rates apply until April 1986. After that see leaflet N
19 February 1986 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
YEARS ago, retirement was a time to dread if you were approaching your sixties. There was the fear of feeling

YEARS ago, retirement was a time to dread if you were approaching your sixties. There was the fear of feeling

useless and there was the even greater worry of poverty because you might not be getting a regular income because you had not put enough aside for your old age.
19 February 1986 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Old

Old

The Welfare State has changed all that. With the Retirement Pensionmore popularly known as the ' Age Pension'—you can look forward in the knowledge that you will have a regular income to cover your living costs, and there can even be bonuses if you decide you want to work a litt
19 February 1986 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England