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An award, sometimes called a distinction, is something given to a recipient as a token of recognition of excellence in a certain field. When the token is a medal, ribbon or other item designed for wearing, it is known as a decoration. An award may be described by three aspects: 1) who is given 2) what 3) by whom, all varying according to purpose.

The recipient is often a single person or else a representative of a group of people, be it an organisation, a sports team or a whole country. The award item may be a decoration, that is an insignia suitable for wearing, such as a medal (order), badge, ribbon or pin. It can also be a token object such as prize, trophy or commemorative plaque. The award may also be or be accompanied by a title, certificate or diploma, as well as an object of direct value such as money or a scholarship.

Taxpayers left to foot outstanding wage bill of scandal hit EK call centre

link.And it means that the pair behind the call centre – Kris McGenily and Stephen Rafferty – will not be liable to pay the thousands of pounds still owed to staff.Instead, the bill will be footed by the taxpayer.A statement from liquidators Begbies Traynor read: “We are currently investigating any possible assets of the company which, at this point, are believed to comprise computer assets.“A new case has been opened with the redundancy payments office and we are doing everything we can for all

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