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The latest study, published in a Ucas report on Tuesday and focusing on 18-year-old applicants, found 7.8% (75,845) of all offers were unconditional, compared with just 0.4% in 2013.
It said its offer is now "declared unconditional in all respects", but will remain open for acceptances from investors until the 1pm deadline on July 30.
He also sought that the government should make provisions for unconditional basic income to poor and implement for farmers the Right to Sell at MSP.
The premier thanked the PML-Q leaders for their unconditional support to the government.
'You have shown me that the love of a mother - biological, foster or adoptive - is unconditional and beyond measure.'
Editorial Note: Georgia Batsidis, a highly successful entrepreneur, has been blessed, from an early age, with the gift of understanding unconditional love.
I tender unconditional apology on behalf the PML-N members who showed disrespect to the Chair', he said.
The Government says that a 'conditional unconditional' offer informs students that they are guaranteed a place, but only if they put the university (or in this case Loughborough College) as their first option adding: "This could breach laws designed to protect consumers from entering into a transaction they otherwise wouldn't have."
So-called "conditional unconditional" offers have seen students "backed into a corner" to accept a place even if it is not in their best interests, according to the Department for Education.
Shahnawaz Chattha and Zulqarnain Chattha, the food company owners, appeared before a three-judge bench of the Supreme Court and tendered an unconditional apology.
"We called the strike on December 21 demanding full and unconditional mandate for the XIth bipartite wage revision talks based on a charter of demands submitted in May, 2017.