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Nottingham Post
Nottingham shines under fresh lease of weekend life - as new trams sweep in and out of cityTHE city was buzzing under a fresh lease of life today – as dozens of new trams
Nottingham shines under fresh lease of weekend life - as new trams sweep in and out of city
Nottingham Post / Posted 14 minutes ago
THE city was buzzing under a fresh lease of life today – as dozens of new trams swept in and out of Nottingham. Happy punters gave the service a united thumbs up as they enjoyed quicker trips to work, comfortable journeys to city shops and family... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Consumer confidence bounces back to 15-year high in August - GfKA man chooses apples in an Asda store in northwest London, Britain August 18, 2
Consumer confidence bounces back to 15-year high in August - GfK
Reuters UK Edition / Posted yesterday
A man chooses apples in an Asda store in northwest London, Britain August 18, 2015. LONDON Aug 28 - British consumer morale unexpectedly rose in August to match June's 15-year high, as low inflation and a recent pick-up in wages made Britons more... Read more
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express
Pop-ups’ longer runs reveal new trend in temporary retail SHORT and sweet appearances – think glowing jelly, a fruit labyrinth, firewor
Pop-ups’ longer runs reveal new trend in temporary retail
express / Posted 3 days ago
SHORT and sweet appearances – think glowing jelly, a fruit labyrinth, fireworks that taste and smell, a boating lake on the top of Selfridges and breathable booze - are its speciality. But... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham tram extension: Today is the day city begins to reap the rewardsToday Nottingham finally unveils two brand new tram lines – creating "world-cla
Nottingham tram extension: Today is the day city begins to reap the rewards
Nottingham Post / Posted 4 days ago
Today Nottingham finally unveils two brand new tram lines – creating "world-class" transport links that could help it rival other major cities. After three years of significant disruption for residents and businesses, the city now prepares to reap... Read more
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Daily Mirror
UK firms lose £95bn in a week as China’s economic problems go globalNearly £95billion has been wiped off the value of Britain’s biggest firms since
UK firms lose £95bn in a week as China’s economic problems go global
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
Nearly £95billion has been wiped off the value of Britain’s biggest firms since last week amid fears of a China crisis. Another £9bn was knocked off the FTSE 100 yesterday as it fell for the eighth straight day. It tumbled 35 points to close at... Read more
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birminghammail
Traffic delays cost £1 billion a year, shock new figure claimsTraffic congestion is costing the West Midlands £1 billion a year – as firms co
Traffic delays cost £1 billion a year, shock new figure claims
birminghammail / Posted 9 days ago
Traffic congestion is costing the West Midlands £1 billion a year – as firms count the cost of two major motorway closures in a week. Business group Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce put the cost of road congestion at more than £3 million a day... Read more
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Online Recruitment
SMEs upbeat but recruitment causes sleepless nightsFollowing the economic uncertainty of the past few years, Britain’s SMEs are co
SMEs upbeat but recruitment causes sleepless nights
Online Recruitment / Posted 11 days ago
Following the economic uncertainty of the past few years, Britain’s SMEs are confident and optimistic about their future prospects according to a new survey which has found that almost half (49%) of British SME decision-makers do not have any... Read more
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Eu Business
Bailout gives creditors unprecedented say in Greece — EU(BRUSSELS) - Greece's international creditors will have an unprecedented say ov
Bailout gives creditors unprecedented say in Greece — EU
Eu Business / Posted 14 days ago
(BRUSSELS) - Greece's international creditors will have an unprecedented say over the country's government to make sure Athens sticks to the terms of its huge third bailout. But will it be enough to ensure its success? The monitoring of the... Read more
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Eu Business
Bailout gives creditors unprecedented say in Greece — EU(BRUSSELS) - Greece's international creditors will have an unprecedented say ov
Bailout gives creditors unprecedented say in Greece — EU
Eu Business / Posted 15 days ago
(BRUSSELS) - Greece's international creditors will have an unprecedented say over the country's government to make sure Athens sticks to the terms of its huge third bailout. But will it be enough to ensure its success? The monitoring of the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
From $1,300 Tiger Penis To $800K Snipers: The Complete Black Market Price GuideAnd we weren’t joking. As The Telegraph noted when the figures were released,
From $1,300 Tiger Penis To $800K Snipers: The Complete Black Market Price Guide
Zero Hedge / Posted 15 days ago
And we weren’t joking. As The Telegraph noted when the figures were released, "the Centre for Economics and Business Research said Britain's acceleration was boosted by the inclusion of sex and drugs to UK growth." France, on the other hand, has... Read more
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Plastics and Rubber Weekly
UK unemployment rises by 25,000UK unemployment in the April to June period increased to 1.85 million according
UK unemployment rises by 25,000
Plastics and Rubber Weekly / Posted 17 days ago
UK unemployment in the April to June period increased to 1.85 million according to the latest figures from The Office for National Statistics. The unemployment rate was 5.6%, little changed compared with January to March 2015 but lower than for a... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
"What Tube strike?" ask London's digital workersLONDON: For tech-sector workers like Chris McClelland, whose job only requires
"What Tube strike?" ask London's digital workers
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
LONDON: For tech-sector workers like Chris McClelland, whose job only requires a laptop, a Wi-Fi connection and maybe a coffee, London's underground rail strike has had little impact. A London-based employee for San Francisco-based startup Planet... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
'What Tube strike?' ask London's digital workersLONDON For tech-sector workers like Chris McClelland, whose job only requires a
'What Tube strike?' ask London's digital workers
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 22 days ago
LONDON For tech-sector workers like Chris McClelland, whose job only requires a laptop, a Wi-Fi connection and maybe a coffee, London's underground rail strike has had little impact. A London-based employee for San Francisco-based startup Planet... Read more
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Quartz
The myth that won’t die: Tube strikes don’t cost London £300 million per day - Quartz Strike price And, yet again, news publications will claim what a di
The myth that won’t die: Tube strikes don’t cost London £300 million per day
Quartz / Posted 24 days ago
- Quartz Strike price And, yet again, news publications will claim what a disaster the strike... Read more
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Scotsman
Scots professionals priced out of private schools Gordonstoun in Moray is Scotlands most expensive private school. Picture: Neil
Scots professionals priced out of private schools
Scotsman / Posted 24 days ago
Gordonstoun in Moray is Scotlands most expensive private school. Picture: Neil Hanna SCOTTISH professionals risk being priced out of private schools despite Scotland having the lowest fees in the UK,... Read more

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