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2015/02/28 08:26
2015/02/28 08:26
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BUSINESSES in Exeter are being asked to help shape the future of regulatory services by carrying out a short online survey. Exeter City Council is working with regulators across Devon & Somerset to...
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2015/02/27 19:37
2015/02/27 19:37
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Some industry estimates claim as much as a third of future mineral production could come from beneath the oceans. More than 25 exploration permits have been granted, covering 1.2 million square...
2015/02/27 10:48
2015/02/27 10:48
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Hard working North East staff did more than £750m worth of unpaid overtime last year, according to the TUC. Its analysis of official figures revealed that 160,000 people in the region did on average...
2015/02/26 06:16
2015/02/26 06:16
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With the annual film and television awards season in full swing, a Liverpool production company is the focus of a Government campaign to inspire UK businesses. The Business is GREAT campaign, by the...
2015/02/25 11:51
2015/02/25 11:51
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A 32-year-old woman and a 26-year-old man were arrested in Bedford, a 66-year-old man was arrested in Huntingdon, and a 46-year-old man was arrested in Milton Keynes. They are all currently being held...
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2015/02/24 15:53
2015/02/24 15:53
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MORE businesses in the North-East have been ‘named and shamed’ by the Government for not paying the national minimum wage. The businesses were revealed by Business Minister Jo Swinson and included...
2015/02/24 10:26
2015/02/24 10:26
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A Plymouth firm has been named and shamed in the latest list of employers who have failed to pay the minimum wage. Hobby Horse Ltd, Plymouth, which neglected to pay £4,049.31 to a worker, is on the...
2015/02/24 05:59
2015/02/24 05:59
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Millions of pounds of taxpayers' money was wrongly paid out to EU students after the Government allowed a rapid expansion of alternative higher education colleges, MPs have warned. Ministers and...
2015/02/23 06:37
2015/02/23 06:37
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In one respect, it’s not surprising. A price war and falling commodities costs meant the overall grocery market registered falls last year. Fairtrade, whose ethical brand is licensed to everything...
2015/02/23 01:47
2015/02/23 01:47
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David Cameron and Nick Clegg’s ­decision to hike university fees will give taxpayers a £20billion-a-year bill because graduates cannot afford to pay back their huge loans. The blundering PM and his...
2015/02/20 09:28
2015/02/20 09:28
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Jo Swinson has said polls suggesting a demise of the Liberal Democrats 'are over the top'Getty Jo Swinson has had a busy five years. The Liberal Democrat MP for East Dunbartonshire was one of the...
2015/02/20 02:37
2015/02/20 02:37
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This MP feels plenty of sympathy that the 71-year-old Liberal Democrat has often been in such open conflict with the more powerful Conservative Chancellor, George Osborne. Just this week, the Business...
2015/02/17 12:13
2015/02/17 12:13
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... gets breached,” says Chappell. “We need to respond and recover quickly and minimise the damage.” Welcome to the world of cyber security, the last line of defence for companies fretting that...
2015/02/16 14:48
2015/02/16 14:48
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Whitehall mandarins have wasted more than £100m on failed or cancelled IT projects in the last 12 months. That’s according to the Taxpayers’ Alliance, which has collated losses across all departments...
2015/02/16 11:39
2015/02/16 11:39
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By restoring historic tide gauge data from Malta and making it available to the public, researchers at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and the UKHO hope to shed new light on past tsunamis and...
2015/02/13 13:57
2015/02/13 13:57
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Triple business bonanza for UK offshore wind Gwynt y Môr will consist of 160 turbines and is being built by RWE Innogy UK off the North Wales coast The extent of the UK's booming business environment...
2015/02/13 11:19
2015/02/13 11:19
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When it comes to finding a company, whether it be a retailer, professional services or manufacturer, the first place people look in today’s society is online. From encouraging customers to recommend...
2015/02/13 09:19
2015/02/13 09:19
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Website sales are worth £164bn to UK businesses and that’s with only three of every five sole traders online. Ensuring you have a digital presence is becoming ever more prevalent for small businesses...
2015/02/12 19:20
2015/02/12 19:20
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Vector Aerospace UK (Vector - www.vectoraerospace.com), a leading provider of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, is to receive a Regional Growth Fund award from the UK...
2015/02/12 06:43
2015/02/12 06:43
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... Up to 80 jobs to be cut - Staff to work extra hours - Plan to leave iconic building - Class sizes to increase Related content - College says it will 'definitely be open in September' New...
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