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A crisis (PL: crises; ADJ: critical) is either any event or period that will (or might) lead to an unstable and dangerous situation affecting an individual, group, or all of society. Crises are negative changes in the human or environmental affairs, especially when they occur abruptly, with little or no warning. More loosely, a crisis is a testing time for an emergency... Wikipedia

Articles tagged crisis

  • December 8th 2022
  • UK banking rules face biggest shake-up in more than 30 years

  • “Failing absolutely catastrophically”: Paula Barker on Tory housing policy

  • Whitehaven: West Cumbria coal mine opponents consider legal challenge

  • December 7th 2022
  • Warm words won't cut it as SNP Government's climate action window running out

  • December 6th 2022
  • Sunak set to end ban on new onshore windfarms in face of Tory rebellion

  • Olivia Blake MP: The Financial Services and Markets Bill poses a major threat to decarbonisation efforts

  • Yousaf under pressure as A&E performance sinks to new low

  • December 5th 2022
  • “Unconscionable” to scrap mandatory housebuilding targets, Nandy declares

  • Starmer Opposes Laws to Limit Strike Action Seen Elsewhere Quote of the Day Guidogram

  • December 4th 2022
  • Water bosses blame government inaction for sewage crisis as calls to renationalise water industry grow

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