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2014/12/22 08:35
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Theresa May, the home secretary, has been warned by cabinet colleagues to act as a “team player” or risk damaging her chances of succeeding David Cameron as leader of the Conservative party. In a...
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2014/12/21 00:37
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The armouries were set up to supply private security guards employed to protect shipping from pirates, particularly off the East African coast. The report – commissioned by the Remote Control Project,...
2014/12/19 18:07
2014/12/19 18:07
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A new survey from Student Money Saver has suggested 81% of students believe they are overpaying for their tuition fees. This reaffirms the belief that tuition fees are a constant cause of conflict in...
2014/12/19 00:11
2014/12/19 00:11
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The Engineering Employers' Federation (EEF) has called on the government to maintain its support for catapult centres, following the publication of its science and innovation strategy. A sum of £61m...
2014/12/18 10:31
2014/12/18 10:31
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Royal Mail profits up 12% but competition to get tougher Royal Mail's annual operating profits have jumped by 12 per cent to £671m, from £598m a year ago. The company, which was listed in a historic...
2014/12/18 01:37
2014/12/18 01:37
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But there’s more. As if it somehow makes 2 Sisters the Usain Bolt of the supply chain, we are told that the average bill is paid within 49 days. That’s fully seven weeks, or nearly two months in real...
2014/12/18 00:45
2014/12/18 00:45
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ENERGY firms were urged yesterday to protect thousands of jobs in Scotland as the global price of oil continues to fall. Energy minister Fergus Ewing acknowledged that the industry is facing...
2014/12/17 00:37
2014/12/17 00:37
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I mean how can you be a bureaucrat without a bureau from behind which to do your ‘cratting? But that is not how the Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude sees the future of the civil service. He is...
2014/12/16 11:42
2014/12/16 11:42
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Today’s 18 to 24 year olds are an enterprising bunch. According to figures published by the UK Government’s Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) around 11% of individuals in this age...
2014/12/15 03:01
2014/12/15 03:01
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Prime Minister David Cameron will break his promise to reduce red tape for businesses by the end of this Parliament, according to an independent think tank. A study by Reform reveals his Government...
2014/12/14 20:15
2014/12/14 20:15
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Britain’s Upper Parliament, House of Lords discussed plans to encourage more bilateral trade between the United Kingdom and Sri Lanka, one of UK’s most important bilateral trading...
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2014/12/13 00:51
2014/12/13 00:51
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The European Parliament is becoming ever more powerful It was rich in complexity and there was plenty of room, to put it mildly, for interpretation and debate. But in the end everything came back to...
2014/12/11 10:36
2014/12/11 10:36
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Share this page FSB said it had found "alarming levels of widespread unfair dealing" when it surveyed its members Almost a fifth of companies face unfair supply chain practices, including...
2014/12/11 08:45
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Getting access to financial lending hasn’t been easy for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) since the 2007 financial crisis. Even now, banks seem reluctant to part with their cash. Yet, the...
2014/12/11 06:21
2014/12/11 06:21
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The region is to become home to a number of major science projects that should provide a massive jobs boost to the local economy. It is hoped the new projects will bring an end to the brain drain...
2014/12/10 11:45
2014/12/10 11:45
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A small business owners has called for the resignation of business secretary Vince Cable over his handling of controversial new rules which require VAT to be charged on the sale of digital products in...
2014/12/10 09:28
2014/12/10 09:28
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A Palestinian protester argues with an Israeli soldier during a protest marking the 66th anniversary of Nakba, in the West Bank village of El Walaja near Bethlehem(Reuters) Global security firm G4S...
2014/12/10 09:08
2014/12/10 09:08
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NORTH Sea oil and gas could lose up to 35,000 jobs in the next five years, industry experts have warned. A report said that employment in the sector is set to fall from 375,000 to 340,000 by 2019 as...
2014/12/10 02:16
2014/12/10 02:16
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The Government has become over-reliant on a small number of "quasi-monopoly" private sector contractors for the provision of a vast swathe of public services, MPs have warned. The Commons Public...
2014/12/10 01:09
2014/12/10 01:09
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The analysis by Oil & Gas UK, sector skills organisation OPITO and the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills estimated the number of jobs supported by the industry will slump from around...
2014/12/22 08:35
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