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UB40

(in Britain, formerly) n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a registration card issued by the Department of Employment to a person registering as unemployed
2. (Social Welfare) a registration card issued by the Department of Employment to a person registering as unemployed
3. (Social Welfare) informal a person registered as unemployed
Translations

UB40

[ˌjuːbiːˈfɔːtɪ] N ABBR (Brit) (formerly) =Unemployment Benefit 40tarjeta f de desempleo, carné m del paro
UB40s (= unemployed people) → los parados

UB40

[ˌjuːbiːˈfɔːrti] (British) (=unemployment benefit form 40) carte de demandeur d'emploiU-bend [ˈjuːbɛnd] n (in pipe)coude m

UB40

n (Brit)
Ausweis für Arbeitslose
(= unemployed person)Arbeitslose(r) mf
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I would like to point out that if there is any confusion about there being two separate UB40s on the touring circuit, then it is purely down to Ali himself.
There are now two UB40s, after a family feud which saw Ali Campbell leaving to set up a rival band with Astro and Mickey Virtue.
BELOW the UB40s, the Paul Youngs and the Mel Cs lies some great Ulster shows for the start of the summer season.
And since those taking part have careers which are heading for the UB40s, they should do the obvious and turn it into a sitcom.
50, students, UB40s, senior citizens and children up to 16 free.
Throw down your UB40s and your Prozac and come and break ciabatta bread with me.
As the rival UB40s tour separately, the dispute may be heating up in the courts and among fans on social media, but on Monday night, at least, it was all harmony in the house.
Other pop stars bravely stepping through the dry ice, performing as other pop stars, include Kim Wilde, who becomes Doris Day, The Honeyz as the Supremes, Brian Harvey as UB40s Ali Campbell and teen group Allstars, who become Steps.
The two UB40s have been in a long-running dispute over the name since Astro left Robin and Duncan's band in 2013 to join other founding members Ali Campbell and keyboard player Mickey Virtue to set up another UB40.
Tickets are pounds 12 adults, pounds 9 pensioners, pounds 8 students and UB40s, children (9-17) pounds 6 and under-9s free.
THE brother of Birmingham reggae legend Ali Campbell has broken his silence to speak of his hurt over the rift that spawned two UB40s, a brooding legal battle and public family fall-out.