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2015/04/19 09:28
2015/04/19 09:28
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The Conservatives are set to announce that up to £4bn worth of the £9bn of Lloyds bank shares the government plans to sell will be offered to small investors at below-market prices, if they win the...
2015/04/19 09:28
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2015/04/15 19:01
2015/04/15 19:01
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Abby Rike will be the featured speaker at the Healthy Woman Gala next Thursday, April 23. PHOTO COURTESY DEAN DIXON The 10th Annual Healthy Woman’s Gala is fast approaching and it promises to be a...
2015/04/14 23:48
2015/04/14 23:48
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Inflation turned negative in March for the first time in more than half a century - but only by the narrowest of margins. But calculated to two decimal places, it slipped from plus 0.03% to minus...
2015/04/14 18:09
2015/04/14 18:09
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A deal between Labour and the SNP after the general election would be a "betrayal of the English vote", Ed Balls has admitted.The shadow chancellor said that Labour “will not do” any pact with Nicola...
2015/04/14 16:13
2015/04/14 16:13
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The average cost of a home in the capital slipped £9,000 to £490,000 in February, the lowest level in almost two years. It was the sixth monthly fall since prices peaked at £514,000 in August, today’s...
2015/04/14 11:10
2015/04/14 11:10
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UK inflation remain unchanged last month at 0.0%, despite predictions that the Consumer Prices Index (CPI), the measure by which inflation is judged, could slip into negative territory. Economists...
2015/04/14 11:06
2015/04/14 11:06
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LONDON (AP) - The U.K. has narrowly avoided a drop in consumer prices as the cost of filling up a car rose in March - a development that's likely to ease concerns of a deflationary spiral that can...
2015/04/13 09:08
2015/04/13 09:08
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David Cameron yesterday moved to seize the initiative in the General Election battle, with a promise to end inheritance tax on properties worth up to £1 million. Playing his biggest card of the...
2015/04/13 06:08
2015/04/13 06:08
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This will be underlined by the first line of Labour’s first budget, which will state: “This Budget cuts the deficit every year.” The lock will mean all Labour’s spending and tax plans are...
2015/04/12 19:47
2015/04/12 19:47
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The Chancellor squirmed as he was asked 18 times live on TV how he would raise the huge extra sums needed to pay for his health service promises. “It’s part of our balanced plan,” he blathered. In a...
2015/04/11 12:43
2015/04/11 12:43
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New research reveals which constituencies are likely to stay in the same hands after the elections. The data, from the Electoral Reform Society, claims that out of 650 parliamentary constituencies,...
2015/04/11 11:23
2015/04/11 11:23
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Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed the commitment to close a funding gap identified by the head of NHS in England will be in the Tory manifesto next week. NHS England chief executive Simon...
2015/04/11 09:45
2015/04/11 09:45
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Tories pledge extra £8bn in NHS funding Prime Minister David Cameron at the Scottish Conservative Party conference in February. Picture: Lisa Ferguson DAVID Cameron is laying down the gauntlet to...
2015/04/09 13:46
2015/04/09 13:46
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Chris Leslie makes a preliminary assessment of a now-restored piano. Photo: Jennifer Gall Listening to the Past: Music in ACT Historic House Museums concert for the ACT Heritage Festival. Mugga-Mugga...
2015/04/09 07:36
2015/04/09 07:36
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Allan Leighton signed a letter backing Labour in 2001 The UK's biggest mutual organisation will vote on whether to stop financially supporting the Co-op Party, which has strong ties to...
2015/04/09 07:09
2015/04/09 07:09
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Earlier this morning, on Today, the Liberal Democrat's Sir Nick Harvey confirmed that the Liberal Democrats favoured a smaller nuclear defence, without a continuous ocean presence. As the BBC have...
2015/04/08 02:09
2015/04/08 02:09
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Elsewhere, Nick Clegg for the Liberal Democrats claimed the Conservatives had an agenda of "cut and cut and cut", which would mean the loss of tens of thousands of police officers, carers and military...
2015/04/08 02:09
2015/04/08 02:09
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Shadow Transport secretary Michael Dugher outlined the party's plans to end bus deregulation saying Labour would devolve and reform subsidies. He said: "If regulation is good enough for London, it...
2015/04/07 20:19
2015/04/07 20:19
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Millions of families could lose their child benefit under Tory plans to slash welfare, it has emerged. George Osborne repeatedly refused to rule out cutting the benefit as part of his £12billion...
2015/04/07 17:41
2015/04/07 17:41
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SAVERS have been urged not to rush to take advantage of new freedoms allowing them to access their pension pots amid warnings of a potential “triple tax whammy”. People aged 55 and over now have new...
2015/04/19 09:28
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