A Forbes article published earlier this month said Filipinos were better off
under this administration, citing the Gallup survey that the percentage of Filipinos who consider their lives thriving since President Duterte took office increased to 28 percent in 2017, from 26 percent in 2016.
I would say that they are better off
without it, but I want them to make their own decision.
And 29% reckon they would be personally better off
if Britain stayed in, against 27% who think they would be quids-in if we left.
adults believe they are better off
than they were eight years ago, while 42% say they are not.
For example, 28% of workers in Sheffield, 27% in Nottingham and 26% in Birmingham will be better off
by the end of the decade.
People who often use an overdraft could be even better off
by moving to another deal, the CMA found.
Wales Office Minister Alun Cairns said:Our welfare reforms are designed to create a fairer system where people are always better off
in work than on benefits.
So I went to the pub instead and while there decided that this week I would write about the things that we would be better off
doing than entering the Eurovision ever again.
Anne Ito dared saying the people of South Sudan are better off
than three years ago.
Scotland's 'modest' 1% pay rise means its nurses are up to 700 [pounds sterling] a year better off
than those in the other UK countries.
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