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2015/04/25 03:51
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Man tries to get out of paying back debt – because he's Muslim A MUSLIM man tried get out of paying back his student loan because of his religion – but he has now been warned it could stop him...
2015/04/25 03:51
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2015/04/23 06:24
2015/04/23 06:24
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Smethwick-based DPD is celebrating after winning a gong for innovation and Matrix Housing Partnership in West Bromwich has won for sustainable development. Jaguar Land Rover has also received the...
2015/04/22 08:59
2015/04/22 08:59
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BUSINESS leaders have hailed Oxfordshire as an international hotspot after seven firms won Queen’s Awards for overseas trading. The haul, reported yesterday in the Oxford Mail believed to be the...
2015/04/21 13:16
2015/04/21 13:16
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West Ham are confident that the deal to move into the Olympic Stadium does not contravene domestic or European legislation and "categorically" stated that it does not constitute state aid. The...
2015/04/21 11:19
2015/04/21 11:19
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Six Greater Manchester entrants have won a prestigious business award. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are given to companies or individuals who are outstanding in their field and are split across...
2015/04/21 09:57
2015/04/21 09:57
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Majority of 40 million tonne global e-waste binned, says UNU In the European Union 8% of its e-waste will just be thrown into waste bins - amounting to 0.7 million tonnes The amount of discarded...
2015/04/21 02:36
2015/04/21 02:36
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Eight supermarkets signed a set of principles on fair pricing Misleading multibuys and questionable discounts are still on supermarket shelves despite new fairness rules, a consumer group has...
2015/04/18 06:58
2015/04/18 06:58
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ROLLS-ROYCE’S East Lancashire staff were given a welcome boost after the firm won a £6 billion deal to provide engines made in Pendle. The firm, which has two sites in Barnoldswick, has agreed a...
2015/04/17 01:37
2015/04/17 01:37
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The complex report from the administrator PwC detailed a giant web of companies, woven via the tax haven of Jersey; questionable loans by company directors leaving a myriad of unanswered questions;...
2015/04/15 07:09
2015/04/15 07:09
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And 45 per cent of people working in Scotland, and 44 per cent of those working elsewhere in the UK, have little confidence in the ability of tax cuts announced by Chancellor George Osborne in the...
2015/04/10 11:35
2015/04/10 11:35
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I challenged GDS to live up to its mantra of "make things open, it makes them better" by being open about the problems, what caused them, and what was being done to resolve them. Just today I came...
2015/04/10 09:45
2015/04/10 09:45
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With the General Election approaching, Lawrence Tomlinson, chairman of the LNT Group and the government's former entrepreneur-in-residence, calls for more attention on medium sized enterprises and...
2015/04/09 08:38
2015/04/09 08:38
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Government approval has been given to a new standard for journalism apprenticeships. The standard and accompanying assessment plan have been given the green light by the Department for Business,...
2015/04/07 13:37
2015/04/07 13:37
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Former chief executive Fred Goodwin has so far endured no legal or regulatory sanction for the role he played in the near death of the bank he ran before the taxpayer bailed it out. But The...
2015/04/07 11:45
2015/04/07 11:45
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The British Business Bank will provide a guarantee to lenders allowing them to lower capital requirements and increase lending to small businesses. The ENABLE Guarantee significantly reduces the...
2015/04/07 05:53
2015/04/07 05:53
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An MP has claimed MG Rover workers were ‘‘betrayed’’ by the Phoenix Four - and are still awaiting justice ten years on. John Towers, Peter Beale, Nick Stephenson and John Edwards were dubbed the...
2015/04/05 11:37
2015/04/05 11:37
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If a baby is due, or a child is placed for adoption on or after today, parents will be entitled to share 52 weeks of paternity leave and 39 weeks of pay. The regulations were pushed for by the...
2015/04/04 07:58
2015/04/04 07:58
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EAST Lancashire’s aerospace industry received a double jobs blow after two major firms confirmed cuts. And Burnley-based Aircelle will reduce its number of on-site contractors by 130 before the end...
2015/04/02 16:37
2015/04/02 16:37
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The GMB union dubbed the 120 senior business figures who put their names to the letter a “list of shame” because it included 30 Tory donors, two companies firms linked to workers on zero hours...
2015/04/02 13:32
2015/04/02 13:32
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Equestrian employers are needed for a survey looking into the standards required for the new equine groom apprenticeship. Through the radical apprenticeship reform, the Department for Business...
2015/04/25 03:51
2015/04/25 03:51
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