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A 3.1% inflation figure released by the ONS will predict the rise in the value of the state pension from April 2022.
Video games giant Activision Blizzard has fired a number of employees following sexual harassment and discrimination allegations. The company, which owns the Candy Crush and Call Of Duty franchises, said it has sacked more than 20 members of staff following the claims and 20 more individuals are facing other forms of disciplinary action. Staff at Activision are able to submit a report anonymously, and the company said there was zero tolerance for retaliation of any kind and it would "terminate or discipline" those violating its policies.