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2015/01/27 22:36
2015/01/27 22:36
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Share this page Mr Moulton said in hindsight it had been a huge mistake buying City Link City Link employees will receive overtime payments, according to the founder of the company which owns the...
2015/01/27 22:36
2015/01/27 22:36
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2015/01/23 17:24
2015/01/23 17:24
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The Insolvency Service was first notified about the situation of a "national logistics firm" on December 9, 2014, and passed the details to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (Bis) on...
2015/01/21 09:45
2015/01/21 09:45
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Following the admission by the Royal Bank of Scotland that it had mis-sold government backed Enterprise Finance Guarantee loans, Lawrence Tomlinson, founder of the LNT Group and the government's...
2015/01/20 13:01
2015/01/20 13:01
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INDEPENDENT retailers across the Winchester district are being given a chance to get digital savvy. Business owners in Alresford, Bishop’s Waltham, Denmead, Wickham and Winchester will have the...
2015/01/20 10:36
2015/01/20 10:36
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Everton’s quest to win this season’s Premier League Enterprise Challenge (PLEC) began in earnest recently. An event at the club’s Alex Young Suite, saw a number of teams from Everton’s Free School...
2015/01/20 10:04
2015/01/20 10:04
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Last April I signed the West Sussex County Times (sister paper to this title) Free Speech Charter. Never was it more important than on Monday morning when West Sussex County Council held a meeting to...
2015/01/18 12:13
2015/01/18 12:13
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Doug Richard was questioned by police and released on bail. A spokesman for City of London Police said: "City of London Police detectives arrested a 56-year-old man on January 5 2015 on suspicion of...
2015/01/16 19:18
2015/01/16 19:18
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Friday 16th January 2015 | 15:57 BIS/ UKTI: Cyber security boost for UK firms BIS/ UKTI press release New measures to help UK businesses face the cyber security challenge and help our cyber...
2015/01/16 15:36
2015/01/16 15:36
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But employers have told the Express & Star they were either 'genuine mistakes' or disputed payments to absentee workers. One, a hairdresser in Walsall, broke down in tears as she said her treatment...
2015/01/15 19:37
2015/01/15 19:37
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Future exploration, investment and tens-of-thousands of jobs are all said to now be under threat from falling global oil prices, with up to a third of the North Sea already nearing loss-making...
2015/01/15 14:45
2015/01/15 14:45
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The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills' consultation on apprenticeship reforms highlights potentially "severe" impact on cashflow of the proposed new payment mechanisms. The consultation on...
2015/01/14 14:30
2015/01/14 14:30
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The new appointments are: Carole Begent as head of legal. Carole joins from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) where she is Senior Legal Director - Mergers, Markets and Sector Regulation....
2015/01/13 19:02
2015/01/13 19:02
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STRIVE is a tailored programme of literacy and numeracy support designed specifically for people who are homeless. The pilot project is being run by homelessness charities St Mungo's Broadway and...
2015/01/13 16:51
2015/01/13 16:51
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HUNDREDS of thousands of pounds has been given to Cumbria University in a bid to encourage young people into higher education. £240,000 has been set aside to develop collaborative outreach networks...
2015/01/13 12:26
2015/01/13 12:26
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Everton’s quest to win this season’s Premier League Enterprise Challenge began in earnest recently as the Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Erica Kemp, looked on with great interest. Cllr Kemp was...
2015/01/12 19:38
2015/01/12 19:38
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In August a formal complaint was lodged with the Government stating that by signing a £70m contract to provide “janitorial services” to the notorious prison for terrorism suspects, G4S’s US subsidiary...
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2015/01/12 06:43
2015/01/12 06:43
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Parents have backed a call for the staggering of school holidays after it was revealed that going away in term time could save them nearly £1,000. Fines of at least £120 are dished out by Nottingham...
2015/01/12 01:37
2015/01/12 01:37
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The Road to Weimar poster made three major claims on the economy that warrant closer examination. Just like the poster it appears there has been a lot of airbrushing of the facts and selective use of...
2015/01/11 23:49
2015/01/11 23:49
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In May 2014 the European Commission published a new Audit Directive and Audit Regulation. The Directive establishes requirements for the audit of annual consolidated financial statements. The...
2015/01/11 23:49
2015/01/11 23:49
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Stephen Haddrill, FRC Chief Executive said, “Over the last year the FRC has taken major new steps to enhance corporate reporting and governance. We have reported on the quality of bank and building...
2015/01/27 22:36
2015/01/27 22:36
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