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    A woman walks past a general election display in the window of a betting shop in Camden on June 7, 2017 in London, United Kingdom . Britain goes to the polls tomorrow,

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    ritain’s Prime Minister Theresa May (2R) visits Atherley Bowling Club during an election campaign visit on June 7, 2017 in Southampton, England . Britain goes to the polls tomorrow June 8 to vote in a general election. Getty Images

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    A supporter wears a pair of Jeremy Corbyn decorated tights at a general election campaign event in Birmingham, central England, on June 6, 2017 . Britain goes to the polls on June 8 to vote in a general election only days after another deadly terror attack in the nation’s captial.

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    A picture taken on June 6, 2017, in London, shows election leaflets from various parties displayed ahead of the United Kingdom’s general elections . Britain goes to the polls on June 8 to vote in a general election only days after another terrorist attack on the nation’s capital

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    Election workers, George Gaunt (R) and Luca Tragid deliver the first ballot boxes, on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May meets with Conservative party supporters during an election campaign visit to a bakery during an election campaign visit on June 6, 2017 in Fleetwood, north-west England . Britain goes to the polls on June 8 to vote in a general election only days after another terrorist attack on the nation’s capital

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks during a general election campaign visit to a removals depot in Edinburgh

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    Pro-Independence supporters hold a march through Glasgow

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    Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn campaigns for the upcoming general election in Beeston, Nottinghamshire

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    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn reacts to supporters after a rally at Beeston Youth and Community Centre as he visits the East Midlands during the final weekend of the General Election campaign on June 3, 2017 in Nottingham, England . If elected in next week’s general election Mr Corbyn is pledging to create a million new jobs and to scrap zero-hours contracts

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    Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party leader Ruth Davidson joins a selection of Scottish Conservative election candidates and activists during campaigning on May 1, 2017 in South Queensferry, Scotland . With only seven days to go until the general election on June 8th, polls are showing the SNP out in front and the Conservatives set to close in on Labour. Getty Images

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    MEP and former UKIP leader, Nigel Farage gestures in Westminster in central London on June 1, 2017 . British politician Nigel Farage on June 1, 2017, dismissed a report that he was a person of interest in the US probe of possible Russian interference in the 2016 election as “fake news.”

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    A billboard displays a poster featuring an image of the British Prime Minster Theresa May which urges the electorate not to vote for the Conservative party in the forthcoming general election, in Manchester, northern England on June 1, 2017 .

    Britain goes to the polls on June 8 to vote in a general election

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    Activists wait for Nicola Sturgeon and Joanna Cherry at Oxgangs Neighborhood Centre, during campaigning on June 1, 2017 in Edinburgh, Scotland . With only seven days to go until the general election on June 8th, polls are showing the SNP out in front and the Conservatives set to close in on Labour. Getty Images

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    Britain’s Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn greets a supporter campaigning in Manchester, north west England

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    Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron and the party’s local candidate Tessa Munt on board a hovercraft during a visit to the Burnham Area Rescue Boat (BARB), a charity that operates two life-saving rescue hovercrafts and an inshore rescue boat, at Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset

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    Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson visits the Shortbread House of Edinburgh’s factory on the election campaign trail

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    SNP Leader Nicola Sturgeon has selfies taken during a walk about in Kirkintilloch town centre

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    SNP Leader Nicola Sturgeon with eleven month old Isla Corbett during a walk about in Kirkintilloch town centre

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    Leader of the Liberal Democrats Tim Farron takes part in a gardening lesson as he visits Lewannick Primary School near Launceston in Cornwall, England

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May meets the Nishkam Trust leadership team and pupils of Nishkam Primary School in Birmingham, United Kingdom

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    Jeremy Corbyn pledged to ‘resign’ the two-child limit on tax credits

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    Supporters ahead of Jeremy Corbyn’s appearance at the launch in Bradford of the Labour Party manifesto for the General Election

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    Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron meets engineering students during a visit to Bath College in Somerset

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    Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron at work onboard the party battlebus following a general election campaign visit to Bath in Somerset

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May and Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond attend a Conservative Party Press Conference at One Canada Square

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    Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond (L) and Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May attend an election campaign event in Canary Wharf

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    First Minister and SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has a shot on a bike during a visit to Moffat on the General Election campaign trail

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    First Minister and SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon sits in the driving seat of a Midge car during a visit to Moffat on the General Election campaign trail

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    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn reacts as he speaks in Peterborough

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    Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at the launch of the Scottish manifesto by Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson in Edinburgh

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    Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron poses for a selfie taken by carer April Preston during a General Election campaign visit to the Barlow Medical Centre, in Didsbury, Manchester

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    Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron and the party’s local candidate John Leech meet carer April Preston, who is in receipt of the Carer’s Allowance, during a General Election campaign visit to the Barlow Medical Centre, in Didsbury, Manchester

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    Conservative party leader Theresa May during the Welsh Conservative manifesto launch at Gresford Memorial Hall, Gresford, Wrexham

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    Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at an election campaign event in Wrexham, Wales

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    Britain’s main opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, and Labour’s former deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott, exit the party’s general election campaign ‘battle’ bus as they arrive at an event in Kingston upon Hull, northern England

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    Britain’s main opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn walks with supporters between venues, before speaking again at another general election campaign event in Kingston upon Hull, northern England

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    Prime Minister Theresa May canvasses in Richmond with Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith on May 29, 2017 in London, United Kingdom . After suffering defeat in the London Mayoral election Zac Goldsmith resigned over the Government’s position on Heathrow expansion . He stood as an Independent but lost in a by-election to the Liberal Democrats . Britain goes to the polls on June 8 to elect a new parliament in a general election

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    Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron (2L) talks with Graze CEO Anthony Fletcher (L), as he attends a general election campaign visit with Liberal Democrat politician Vince Cable (R), at the headquarters of food manufacturer Graze, in south west London on May 22, 2017 . Britain goes to the polls to elect a new parliament in a general election on June 8

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    An anti-fox hunting protester is taken away and arrested by police outside the venue where Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May was due to launch the Welsh Conservative general election manifesto at Gresford Memorial Hall in the village of Gresford, near Wrexham, North Wales, on May 22, 2017 .

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    Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the SNP, Scottish Conservative Party leader Ruth Davidson during BBC Scotland’s live election debate with the Scottish political party leaders at Mansfield Traquair Centre on May 21, 2017 in Edinburgh, Scotland . Britain goes to the polls on June 8 to elect a new parliament in a general election

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    Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn (C-L) speaks to supporters as Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Wirral West Margaret Greenwood (C-R) looks on during a campaign visit in West Kirby on May 20, 2017 in the Wirral in Merseyside, England . All political parties continue to campaign across Britain ahead of the general election on June 8

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    UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall is served pie and mash in a pie and mash shop as he campaigns on May 20, 2017 in Elm Park, England . All political parties continue to campaign across Britain ahead of the general election on June 8

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    Liberal Democrat politician Vince Cable poses for a photograph after unveiling a campaign poster featuring a combined image of Nigel Farage and Theresa May at Twickenham Rugby Football Club in south west London on May 20, 2017 . Cable, former Liberal Democrat Shadow Chancellor and former Business Secretary is looking to regain the Twickenham seat in the upcoming general election. AFP/Getty Images

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    A Labour supporter is seen ahead of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaking at the International Convention Centre on May 20, 2017 in Birmingham, England . Britain goes to the polls on June 8 to elect a new parliament in a general election.

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    SNP Leader Nicola Sturgeon, holds a final campaign rally in Leith on July 7, 2017 in Edinburgh, Scotland . Ms Sturgeon urged people to unite behind the SNP and deprive Theresa May of a majority in the 2017 General Election

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    Anti fox hunting protesters march through the streets of London on May 29, 2017, to oppose British Prime Minister Theresa May’s commitment to hold a free vote on the repeal of the Hunting Act, should the Conservatives Party return to Government after the forthcoming general election on June 8 . The ruling Conservative party’s manifesto also promised MPs a vote on scrapping a ban on fox hunting, a pursuit unpopular with the electorate but which has the backing of a minority of dedicated Conservative supporters

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    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn (centre) adjusts the tie of Jeremy Paxman (right) next to Sky News political editor Faisal Islam during a joint Channel 4 and Sky News general election programme ‘May v Corbyn Live: The Battle for Number 10’ at Sky studios on May 29, 2017 in London, England . The 90-minute show, which will feature the first party leader interviews of the campaign, will open with an audience Q&A with Jeremy Corbyn hosted by Sky’s Political Editor, Faisal Islam, before being interviewed by Jeremy Paxman . The second half of the programme will follow the same format with Prime Minister Theresa May

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May (C) poses for a photograph with Faisal Islam, Sky News Political Editor (L) and Channel 4s Jeremy Paxman (R) as she takes part in the “May v Corbyn Live: The Battle for Number 10”, Sky News and Channel 4 event in at Sky Studios in London

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    Liberal Democrats Party politician Nick Clegg speaks to the media and supporters whilst unveiling a poster attacking British Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to scrap free school lunches and replace them with breakfasts costed at 7p during the 2017 general election campaign on May 31, 2017 in London, England . Nick Clegg is the former leader of the Liberal Democrats Party and was Deputy Prime Minister during a coalition with Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron

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    Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May (C) talks with supporters during a general election campaign visit to the Royal Bath and West Show in Shepton Mallet, south-west England on May 31, 2017, as campaigning continues in the build up to the general election on June 8

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    SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon holds a pair of glass pants as she campaigns with local election candidate Stephen Gethins on May 31, 2017 in Anstruther, Scotland .

    The First Minister launched the party manifesto yesterday outlining plans to boost jobs, support businesses, and make work fair if people vote for the SNP on June the 8th

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  • Theatres across UK step up security in wake of Manchester bombing

    Theatres around the UK have ramped up security in the face of heightened threat levels, with venues enforcing stricter bag checks and restricting access to their buildings. It follows advice that theatres should ensure their staff and buildings are prepared to deal with an attack, after the bombing in Manchester on May 22 that killed 22 people. The National Theatre in London confirmed it has put enhanced security measures in place including restricted access to the building and bag searches . The theatre is advising audiences to arrive earlier for shows to allow for extra time to carry out increased security measures.

    The Royal Shakespeare Company has also stepped up its security in Stratford-upon-Avon, with bag checks at all performances and a small-bags-only policy for entry into the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the Swan Theatre.

    We will continue to be vigilant, as we know every one of us plays a role in keeping people safe from harm, and will continue to offer our warmest welcome to visitors, and to ensure that everyone is as safe and secure as possible, a spokeswoman for the RSC said. On May 27, the Old Vic Theatre in London was evacuated during a performance of Woyzeck, starring John Boyega, after a security alert was raised. A statement from the theatre said: Audience safety is our priority and on the afternoon of Saturday May 27 we evacuated the Old Vic as a precaution . The incident was found not to be suspicious and following Met Police advice, the evening performance went ahead as planned.”

    The Old Vic s increased security measures include introducing additional security guards, while it will continue to search all bags, conduct security checks of the building and the perimeter and drill exercises for members of staff.

    The UK s threat level was increased to critical in the wake of the Manchester attack, and reduced back to severe on May 27. Performances at major Manchester venues continued the day after the attack, however enhanced security has been put in place. Sheena Wrigley, executive director of Home, said it had decided against implementing bag checks, but more security staff were in attendance and 24-hour site security had been implemented .

    Staff have also been briefed about increased vigilance. Following the attack, advice sent out by the Society of London Theatre and UK Theatre the membership organisations representing theatres and producers in the capital and the rest of the UK recommends theatres review events taking place over the next 20 days and any high-profile attendees. Among other recommendations for venues are ensuring first-aid points are fully stocked and made clear to staff, and raising awareness on the full range of attack methods to include vehicles, knives and suicide bombers.

    Venues are also being asked to ensure security staff are vigilant and proactive in monitoring their area for suspicious activity, to try to minimise crowds and to be aware of who is arriving and leaving the premises. Theatres are also being advised to pay extra attention to areas around exits, especially when staff and audiences are leaving. HQ Theatres, which operates 12 venues around the UK on behalf of local authorities, confirmed that it had reviewed its safety procedures, emergency planning frameworks and event-specific security measures, all of which were already in place.

    Operations director Alvin Hargreaves said some procedures had been enhanced following the Manchester attack, and the company had reviewed pre and post-show access to buildings as well as looking at the daytime operation of theatres.

    You re looking for practical measures, but you re also looking for measures that give the public reassurance . That s a tricky balance to get right sometimes, Hargreaves said. Ambassador Theatre Group, which operates more than 30 venues across the UK, including the West End, confirmed to The Stage that security measures at its theatres had also been stepped up, including bag checks.

    Key recommendations:

    • Ensure staff and buildings are prepared to deal with an attack
    • Encourage security staff to be vigilant and proactive in monitoring business areas for suspicious activity
    • Work together with nearby businesses to ensure shared areas are protected
    • Try to minimise crowds and be aware of who is coming in and out of premises
    • Keep buildings secure where appropriate
    • Pay attention to areas around exits, especially when large numbers of staff and customers are due to leave
    • Be proactive in telling audience members around changes to procedure, advising them not to bring large bags and allow more time to enter venues

    Security Officer, Full Time, 42 Hours per week (HR028)

    Security Officer, Full Time, 42 Hours Per Week (HR028)

    Security Officer required to work an average of 42 contracted hours per week covering one of our prestigious contracts in Eye, Suffolk. The successful applicant will receive an hourly rate of 9.00 plus benefits. What we offer:

    • Full uniform & PPE provided
    • Comprehensive training
    • First Aid training given
    • Pension scheme
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    • Healthcare plan
    • Loyalty awards scheme
    • Quarterly awards scheme
    • Retention bonus* – We believe if we look after you, you will look after our customers, so to prove this, we offer a retention bonus of 100 after successful completion of your probationary period and a further 100 at 12 months service.
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    *Subject to terms and conditions

    About your new role: As a security officer covering one of our prestigious contracts in Eye, Suffolk, your primary duties will include, but will not be limited to:

    • Reception/gatehouse duties
    • Answering incoming calls and internal calls
    • Responding to and recording all incidents in the Daily Occurrence Book
    • Regular report writing
    • Conducting regular internal and external patrols
    • Completing the required security checks
    • Providing assistance and support to our client on site
    • Checking CCTV
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    Skills & Requirements: To be successful in this role, you will have:

    • 5 years checkable employment history
    • Frontline SIA Licence
    • Full, valid driver s licence, own transport and scope to travel
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English

    Desirable skills:

    • Industry experience
    • First aid

    Dardan security are ranked in the top 5% of all security providers in the UK. To join our expanding team please apply now. Dardan Security are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to each applicant individually. If you have not heard from us within 10 working days unfortunately on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful. Dardan Security reserves the right to close the job prior to the published end date should a suitable applicant be found.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Required licences or certifications:

    • SIA
    • Driving License

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    Security Officer, Full Time, 42 Hours per week (HR028)