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International Business Times
Exam results don't matter - we need to end the cult of the GCSEthat too many had negative attitudes to work, were insufficiently able to manag
Exam results don't matter - we need to end the cult of the GCSE
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
that too many had negative attitudes to work, were insufficiently able to manage themselves and could not communicate. Dragons' Den Star Piers Linney Says Job Success Demands More Than QualificationsIBTimes UK Graduates were given a more... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Dragon Peter Jones puts Jessops back in the picture in Leicesterbusiness grew to have 187 branches, but they were all closed when the company e
Dragon Peter Jones puts Jessops back in the picture in Leicester
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
business grew to have 187 branches, but they were all closed when the company entered administration in January 2013. Dragons' Den star Peter Jones bought the brand and has since overseen the reopening of 52 stores - with a 53rd in Highcross... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Youngsters dazzled at special science showScience founder Marc Wileman founded the business in 2008, and later received i
Youngsters dazzled at special science show
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Science founder Marc Wileman founded the business in 2008, and later received investment through the BBC show Dragons' Den. The centre was also using the event on Friday to celebrate the opening of its latest store, bespoke sweet shop... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Youngsters dazzled at special science showScience founder Marc Wileman founded the business in 2008, and later received i
Youngsters dazzled at special science show
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 days ago
Science founder Marc Wileman founded the business in 2008, and later received investment through the BBC show Dragons' Den. The centre was also using the event on Friday to celebrate the opening of its latest store, bespoke sweet shop... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Youngsters dazzle a special science showScience founder Marc Wileman founded the business in 2008, and later received i
Youngsters dazzle a special science show
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Science founder Marc Wileman founded the business in 2008, and later received investment through the BBC show Dragons' Den. The centre was also using the event on Friday to celebrate the opening of its latest store, bespoke sweet shop... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Youngsters dazzle a special science showScience founder Marc Wileman founded the business in 2008, and later received i
Youngsters dazzle a special science show
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 days ago
Science founder Marc Wileman founded the business in 2008, and later received investment through the BBC show Dragons' Den. The centre was also using the event on Friday to celebrate the opening of its latest store, bespoke sweet shop... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Vinny Lingham to Speak At #DemoAfrica2016David Sacks and Hass Portman. In 2014 Lingham also became one of the dragons i
Vinny Lingham to Speak At #DemoAfrica2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
David Sacks and Hass Portman. In 2014 Lingham also became one of the dragons in the first season of South Africa's Dragons' Den along with Lebo Gunguluza, Vusi Thembekwayo, Polo Leteka Radebe and Gil Oved. Some of the global awards he has... Read more
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The Anfield Wrap
From Pants To Perfect As Arsenal Get A Bum DealWHEN I woke up on Sunday morning all I could think about was undies. I’d had a
From Pants To Perfect As Arsenal Get A Bum Deal
The Anfield Wrap / Posted 10 days ago
WHEN I woke up on Sunday morning all I could think about was undies. I’d had a dream at some point during the night that I was in the Asda in Bootle and they had loads of boss undies on sale on some kind of bargain shelf by the entrance door. The... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Dragon's Den star Deborah Meaden: I'm absolutely perfect | Irish Examiner Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 06:54 pm Dragons’ Den veteran
Dragon's Den star Deborah Meaden: I'm absolutely perfect
Irish Examiner / Posted 12 days ago
| Irish Examiner Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 06:54 pm Dragons’ Den veteran Deborah Meaden says she considers herself “completely... Read more
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CTV News
Start-ups look to shake up the low-tech legal world at Canadian Bar Association contestinnovative products and services meant to make the job of a lawyer easier -- an
Start-ups look to shake up the low-tech legal world at Canadian Bar Association contest
CTV News / Posted 13 days ago
innovative products and services meant to make the job of a lawyer easier -- and maybe even a little less expensive. Think Dragons' Den, the reality television business show on CBC, but for lawyers. The winner got a two-week residency with LegalX... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
I'm absolutely perfect, says Dragons' Den star Deborah Meaden Dragons' Den veteran Deborah Meaden says she considers herself "completely
I'm absolutely perfect, says Dragons' Den star Deborah Meaden
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Dragons' Den veteran Deborah Meaden says she considers herself "completely perfect" - because she erases failure from her... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
I'm absolutely perfect, says Dragons' Den star Deborah MeadenDragons' Den veteran Deborah Meaden says she considers herself "completely perf
I'm absolutely perfect, says Dragons' Den star Deborah Meaden
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Dragons' Den veteran Deborah Meaden says she considers herself "completely perfect" - because she erases failure from her mind. The 57-year-old entrepreneur, a regular on the hit BBC Two show, said she has to work hard to convince people she is not... Read more
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The News and Star
I'm absolutely perfect, says Dragons' Den star Deborah MeadenDragons' Den veteran Deborah Meaden says she considers herself "completely perf
I'm absolutely perfect, says Dragons' Den star Deborah Meaden
The News and Star / Posted 13 days ago
Dragons' Den veteran Deborah Meaden says she considers herself "completely perfect" - because she erases failure from her mind. The 57-year-old entrepreneur, a regular on the hit BBC Two show, said she has to work hard to convince people she is not... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Of trade deals, gulags and black boxesLeague universities and then when they finish, the Green Card process is a raff
Of trade deals, gulags and black boxes
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
League universities and then when they finish, the Green Card process is a raffle." There will be what he calls "a kind of Dragons' Den process" to select the right people. The self-styled "John Major" of the Cabinet was ranked No 8 among his... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Britain's weapons of the future revealed... including Star Wars-style lasersdrone can be seen infiltrating an enemy base. The MoD are also encouraging ind
Britain's weapons of the future revealed... including Star Wars-style lasers
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
drone can be seen infiltrating an enemy base. The MoD are also encouraging individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel. Ministry of DefenceThe drone will be used to spy on our enemies New weapons which include a... Read more
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This is West Country
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
This is West Country / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Gazette News
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Gazette News / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Bolton News
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Bolton News / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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The News and Star
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
The News and Star / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Northern Echo
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Northern Echo / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Kingston Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
20 related stories
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Streatham Guardian
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Streatham Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Bury Times
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Bury Times / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Gazette
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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guardian-series
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
guardian-series / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Harrow Times
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage ind
Defence initiative using 'brightest brains to keep us ahead of our adversaries'
Harrow Times / Posted 14 days ago
can inspect incidents involving chemical materials. It will also encourage individuals and companies to pitch ideas to a Dragons' Den-style panel which has a fund of around £800 million over 10 years. There will be a defence and security... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Fashion graduate scoops £78,000 on Dragons' Denhas been backed by business moguls Peter Jones and Deborah Meaden. Beth Chilto
Fashion graduate scoops £78,000 on Dragons' Den
Nottingham Post / Posted 14 days ago
has been backed by business moguls Peter Jones and Deborah Meaden. Beth Chilton captured their interest on BBC Two's Dragons' Den as she reeled-off a pitch with business partner Sarah Sleightholm. Their two fashion brands - Hope and Ivy, and... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'Mr. Robot' on USAin Los Angeles and cooks a special meal for Mark and his wife in this new episo
Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'Mr. Robot' on USA
Los Angeles Times / Posted 15 days ago
in Los Angeles and cooks a special meal for Mark and his wife in this new episode of the unscripted series. 10 p.m. A&E Dragons' Den In the U.S. we have “Shark Tank,” in Britain it’s “Dragons’ Den,” where wannabe entrepreneurs pitch business... Read more
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Pendle Today
Lancashire recommends...fancy dress shopsNeed an outfit for a costume party? Check out our recommendations. Three Siste
Lancashire recommends...fancy dress shops
Pendle Today / Posted 17 days ago
Need an outfit for a costume party? Check out our recommendations. Three Sisters Emporium, Preston Launched in 2009 by three sisters, the firm is now run by Lisa McNaughton. The fancy dress shop is the longest established fancy dress shop in... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Dragons' Den's most successful Manchester entrepreneursThe Dragons are back on our screens with businesses looking for a cash injectio
Dragons' Den's most successful Manchester entrepreneurs
Manchester Evening News / Posted 18 days ago
The Dragons are back on our screens with businesses looking for a cash injection to help scale their companies. Over the last few years we’ve seen budding entrepreneurs get three minutes to pitch their business ideas to five multi-millionaires... Read more
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birminghammail
Dragons face fiery blast after snubbing Great Barr entrepreneurA furious entrepreneur has dubbed the Dragon’s Den panel “pathetic” after they
Dragons face fiery blast after snubbing Great Barr entrepreneur
birminghammail / Posted 19 days ago
A furious entrepreneur has dubbed the Dragon’s Den panel “pathetic” after they snubbed his health food business. The 27-year-old, from Great Barr, Birmingham, said: “I think it was a stupid decision not to invest in something that is clearly making... Read more
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This is West Country
New course at Petroc CollegeBUDDING entrepreneurs can now apply for a brand new educational course backed b
New course at Petroc College
This is West Country / Posted 20 days ago
BUDDING entrepreneurs can now apply for a brand new educational course backed by Dragon’s Den star Peter Jones. The Peter Jones Enterprise Academy is searching for young entrepreneurs, aged from 16- to 19-years-old, to sign up for the brand new... Read more
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express
Tragedy as boy, 9, dies after he is hit by BMW while crossing road with dad A NINE-YEAR-OLD boy died when he was hit by a car while crossing the road wit
Tragedy as boy, 9, dies after he is hit by BMW while crossing road with dad
express / Posted 21 days ago
A NINE-YEAR-OLD boy died when he was hit by a car while crossing the road with his father. The incident took place in Whalley New Road The child, named locally as Adam... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Producer talks Irish version of Dancing With The Stars | Irish Examiner Friday, August 05, 2016 - 09:51 am Producer Larry Bass ha
Producer talks Irish version of Dancing With The Stars
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
| Irish Examiner Friday, August 05, 2016 - 09:51 am Producer Larry Bass has opened up about the production of the Irish version of... Read more
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express
Will we get BLUE passports back when Britain leaves the EU?Brexit: BREXITEERS are calling for a return of old-style British blue passpor
Will we get BLUE passports back when Britain leaves the EU?
express / Posted 21 days ago
Brexit: BREXITEERS are calling for a return of old-style British blue passports when this country UK breaks free from the EU. Do you want a blue or maroon passport? There is a mounting... Read more
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express
‘It’s DIPLOMATIC FICTION!’ Austria urges for end to EU talks with ‘undemocratic’ Turkey AUSTRIA is calling on the European Union to END talks with with the “UNDEMOCR
‘It’s DIPLOMATIC FICTION!’ Austria urges for end to EU talks with ‘undemocratic’ Turkey
express / Posted 21 days ago
AUSTRIA is calling on the European Union to END talks with with the “UNDEMOCRATIC” Turkish state over the country’s bid to join the bloc. Austrian Chancellor... Read more
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express
Dragons’ Den star calls for old-style BLUE passport to make us ‘Big Britain’ again FORMER Dragons’ Den star Theo Paphitis has thrown his weight behind a campaig
Dragons’ Den star calls for old-style BLUE passport to make us ‘Big Britain’ again
express / Posted 22 days ago
FORMER Dragons’ Den star Theo Paphitis has thrown his weight behind a campaign to bring back the traditional blue British passport in the wake of the momentous Brexit... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Apple's App Store has paid out $50bn to developersyear's WWDC. The firm announced a new revenue sharing split in which the firm k
Apple's App Store has paid out $50bn to developers
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 22 days ago
year's WWDC. The firm announced a new revenue sharing split in which the firm keeps the current 70/30 split but, but in a Dragons' Den-style move, drops its cut to 15 per cent once a developer has had a customer subscribed for a year. Apple has... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Deborah Meaden backed Good Bubble secures Sainsbury's dealNatural toiletries firm Good Bubble has secured a national distribution deal wi
Deborah Meaden backed Good Bubble secures Sainsbury's deal
Manchester Evening News / Posted 25 days ago
Natural toiletries firm Good Bubble has secured a national distribution deal with supermarket giant Sainsbury’s. Five lines from the range of children’s superfruit bath products will be launching across 240 Sainbury’s stores at the end if this... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
This weekend's TV guideof a six-hour drive along treacherous ice roads. Along the way, they meet a cou
This weekend's TV guide
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 26 days ago
of a six-hour drive along treacherous ice roads. Along the way, they meet a couple living off the grid who breed horses. Dragons' Den (BBC2, 9pm Regions Vary) - More people with big business dreams stand before the fiery beasts, asking them to... Read more
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