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2014/11/23 06:05
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The business secretary, Vince Cable, has torn into the Conservatives for promising £7bn of new tax cuts at a time of renewed uncertainty about the global economy, saying it was “total fantasy” to...
2014/11/23 06:05
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2014/11/23 00:41
2014/11/23 00:41
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A restaurant, the civil service social club and the QE2 conference centre could be sold off by the government, under plans unveiled by Labour. The party believes it could raise £100 million by...
2014/11/22 09:18
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Borrowing blow for Osborne Government borrowing from April to October this year totalled £64.1bn – an increase of £3.7bn on the same period last year, according to the Office for National Statistics....
2014/11/21 14:41
2014/11/21 14:41
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Britain's beleaguered public finances caused George Osborne a fresh headache today as new figures left him on course to miss his deficit reduction target and offered limited scope for giveaways in his...
2014/11/20 06:43
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ALMOST 3,000 people have had blood tests following the recall of 22,000 patients of dentist Desmond D'Mello. Mr D'Mello was suspended after he was secretly filmed flouting hygiene guidelines,...
2014/11/17 19:43
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... years on from the financial crash that brought the world to its knees, red warning lights are once again flashing on the dashboard of the global economy," Cameron said in an opinion piece in the...
2014/11/17 17:21
2014/11/17 17:21
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A leading Welsh economist has cast doubt on David Cameron’s warning that “red warning lights” are flashing on the “dashboard of the global economy”. The prime minister warned that just six years on...
2014/11/17 09:50
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Cameron sees 'red warning lights' for world economy Related Topics LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron warned on Monday that the global economy was at risk of slipping back into crisis...
2014/11/17 09:24
2014/11/17 09:24
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Six years on from the financial crash that brought the world to its knees, red warning lights are once again flashing on the dashboard of the global economy. In the piece, he writes of the economy...
2014/11/17 01:17
2014/11/17 01:17
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A bailed-out bank fined £400million for rigging foreign exchange markets has given a former boss a £1million bonus. Royal Bank of Scotland, still 79% taxpayer-owned, approved an award of 250,000...
2014/11/16 17:47
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People are turning to UKIP because they have not benefited from the economic recovery, Tory grandee Sir John Major has admitted. The former Prime Minister branded the “nastiness” of Nigel Farage’s...
2014/11/13 10:49
2014/11/13 10:49
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The folk rock veterans release new record Myths & Heroes next year, their first studio album for four years. "But our first love is still performing live. So we're really looking forward to getting...
2014/11/10 17:47
2014/11/10 17:47
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The first part of November is not only famous for the encroaching fa-la-la-ment of Christmas -- it's hard to open a newspaper or turn on the television without seeing toys/candy canes/reindeer -- but...
2014/11/08 13:48
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The Government plans to crack down on a system that has seen many North public sector executives pocket huge redundancy or retirement payouts, then return to work. The Treasury has drawn up laws to...
2014/11/07 17:09
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He said the youngster's mother had been left “shocked” and had now submitted a formal complaint to the force. "For this to happen inside a police headquarters is just unbelievable," said Mr...
2014/11/07 03:09
2014/11/07 03:09
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Mr Alexander said there would be outrage if suspicions that prices were kept unnecessarily high prove to be true. That view was echoed by the Chancellor George Osborne, who said the message was "very...
2014/11/04 06:43
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NOTTINGHAM transport bosses say they are ahead of the game when it comes to introducing new Oyster-card style tickets. Work has been taking place over the past year to bring in so-called integrated...
2014/11/03 13:45
2014/11/03 13:45
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Labour Calls For Review Of Cameron's Tax Promisesby Robert Lee, Tax-News.com, London03 November 2014 The UK Statistics Authority has been asked by the Labour Party to investigate what it says are...
2014/11/03 08:28
2014/11/03 08:28
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Katja Hall, the deputy director general of the CBI, said politicians are too often seen ducking big questions(Reuters) A vast majority of UK business leaders believe that political rhetoric is...
2014/11/01 07:43
2014/11/01 07:43
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MURDERERS, rapists and robbers who took up residence in Nottinghamshire have been sent back to the countries they came from, according to a report from the Home Office today. Over the past five...
2014/11/23 06:05
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