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heraldscotland
Warnings of industrial unrest, poverty wages and rising health issues as councils cuts prepare to biteOne major union said the upshot will see many low-paid workers "pushed from sta
Warnings of industrial unrest, poverty wages and rising health issues as councils cuts prepare to bite
heraldscotland / Posted 26 minutes ago
One major union said the upshot will see many low-paid workers "pushed from stable home environments to foodbanks", adding that neighbourhoods in urban areas would witness a notable deterioration in quality of life as authorities make cutbacks to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Perrie Edwards 'leaves £5million love nest she bought with Zayn Malik'Moving on and moving out! Perrie Edwards 'leaves £5million love nest she bought
Perrie Edwards 'leaves £5million love nest she bought with Zayn Malik'
Daily Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
Moving on and moving out! Perrie Edwards 'leaves £5million love nest she bought with ex fiance Zayn Malik and purchases four bedroom £1million Surrey pad' Moving out: Perrie Edwards has reportedly moved out of the £5milliion luxury home she shared... Read more
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heraldscotland
Row over Trident deepens as Labour stalwarts round on ThornberryHe also threatened to resign the Labour whip if it became a unilateralist party
Row over Trident deepens as Labour stalwarts round on Thornberry
heraldscotland / Posted 17 hours ago
He also threatened to resign the Labour whip if it became a unilateralist party. The anti-Trident Ms Thornberry yesterday briefed Labour’s shadow cabinet on the party's defence review. Ordered by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, a long-time opponent of... Read more
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heraldscotland
Labour heavyweights savage Thornberry over TridentHe also threatened to resign the Labour whip if it became a unilateralist party
Labour heavyweights savage Thornberry over Trident
heraldscotland / Posted 23 hours ago
He also threatened to resign the Labour whip if it became a unilateralist party. The anti-Trident Ms Thornberry yesterday briefed Labour’s shadow cabinet on the party's defence review. Ordered by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, a long-time opponent of... Read more
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express
Labour crisis meeting on Trident CANCELLED amid fears party split will never be healed A LABOUR crisis meeting on renewing Britain’s nuclear deterrent was cancelled
Labour crisis meeting on Trident CANCELLED amid fears party split will never be healed
express / Posted 23 hours ago
A LABOUR crisis meeting on renewing Britain’s nuclear deterrent was cancelled yesterday as Shadow Home Secretary Andy Burnham revealed splits in the party may... Read more
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Daily Record
Riker Danzig, Kenneth J. Fox making Morris County business newsRoxbury architect honored Kenneth J. Fox, president and senior architect of Fo
Riker Danzig, Kenneth J. Fox making Morris County business news
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
Roxbury architect honored Kenneth J. Fox, president and senior architect of Fox Architectural Design in Roxbury, has been named the 2015 Certified Graduate Professional (CGP) of the year by the National Association of Home Builders. The CGP... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Labour warned to get behind Jeremy Corbyn - or 'face the consequences'The left-wing firebrand singled out so-called Labour ‘moderates’ like former sh
Labour warned to get behind Jeremy Corbyn - or 'face the consequences'
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
The left-wing firebrand singled out so-called Labour ‘moderates’ like former shadow culture secretary Michael Dugher who have criticised their leader in public. In a barely-veiled threat, Mr McCluskey hinted Labour grassroots members should try to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Blacklisting victims win £5.6million compensation from construction companiesBlacklist victims have been awarded up to £200,000 compensation for having thei
Blacklisting victims win £5.6million compensation from construction companies
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
Blacklist victims have been awarded up to £200,000 compensation for having their working lives blighted, the Mirror can reveal. In the first major payout, a total 71 former bricklayers and carpenters have received “full and final settlements” worth... Read more
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Search Engine Land
The Local Data Ecosystem Just Got A Little More Eco-FriendlyOn December 15, Google launched the Google My Business API, which creates a com
The Local Data Ecosystem Just Got A Little More Eco-Friendly
Search Engine Land / Posted 2 days ago
On December 15, Google launched the Google My Business API, which creates a completely new way for brands and platforms to get information about their locations into Google Search and Google Maps. The API changes the game by allowing owners of... Read more
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Daily Record
North Sea oil crisis: Trade unions join forces to launch campaign groupSince the oil price started to collapse in 2014 thousands of jobs have been sla
North Sea oil crisis: Trade unions join forces to launch campaign group
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
Since the oil price started to collapse in 2014 thousands of jobs have been slashed across the industry. It’s believed the number of redundancies now outstrip the 65,000 figure in industry body Oil and Gas UK’s 2015 annual report. Speaking at the... Read more
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The New Statesman
The Future of the LeftNot accepting what you're given, when what you're given isn't enough, is the he
The Future of the Left
The New Statesman / Posted 2 days ago
Not accepting what you're given, when what you're given isn't enough, is the heart of trade unionism. Workers having the means to change their lot - by standing together and organising is bread and butter for the labour movement - and the most... Read more
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The New Statesman
The Future of the Left: trade unions are more important than everNot accepting what you're given, when what you're given isn't enough, is the he
The Future of the Left: trade unions are more important than ever
The New Statesman / Posted 2 days ago
Not accepting what you're given, when what you're given isn't enough, is the heart of trade unionism. Workers having the means to change their lot - by standing together and organising is bread and butter for the labour movement - and the most... Read more
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Daily Star
Cat fight breaks out at women's prison after inmate was served COLD TOASTBUST-UP: Cold toast sparked a brawl at HMP Holloway in London Fellow inmates w
Cat fight breaks out at women's prison after inmate was served COLD TOAST
Daily Star / Posted 3 days ago
BUST-UP: Cold toast sparked a brawl at HMP Holloway in London Fellow inmates were forced to wait to be fed after the outspoken lag complained about her lukewarm breakfast - and claimed she would "starve to death". Fed-up women at HMP Holloway in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Tsvangirai Threatens to Unleash Hungry Followers On Food DepotsMDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai says he will soon encourage his followers to sto
Tsvangirai Threatens to Unleash Hungry Followers On Food Depots
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai says he will soon encourage his followers to storm grain depots and other food aid distribution centres around the country to demand for food which they were being systematically denied by the Zanu PF led... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
We’ll storm food depots: TsvangiraiMDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai says he will soon encourage his followers to sto
We’ll storm food depots: Tsvangirai
New Zimbabwe / Posted 4 days ago
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai says he will soon encourage his followers to storm grain depots and other food aid distribution centres around the country to demand for food which they were being systematically denied by the Zanu PF led... Read more
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Scotsman
Setback for Scottish Labour bid to find fresh blood for Holyrood election Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale. Picture: Julie Bull Kezia Dugdale’s bid
Setback for Scottish Labour bid to find fresh blood for Holyrood election
Scotsman / Posted 5 days ago
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale. Picture: Julie Bull Kezia Dugdale’s bid to inject fresh blood into Scottish Labour has suffered a major setback with just four new faces... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
More than 3,500 Wandsworth and Richmond council staff told they will be "dismissed and re-engaged" in shared staffing plansStaff at Wandsworth and Richmond Councils could strike in opposition to "unnece
More than 3,500 Wandsworth and Richmond council staff told they will be "dismissed and re-engaged" in shared staffing plans
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
Staff at Wandsworth and Richmond Councils could strike in opposition to "unnecessarily aggressive" termination letters sent as the shared staffing arrangement press on. By the end of summer it is envisaged that the two neighbouring councils will... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
£5 security fob deposit pushes Norwich firm into government’s ‘name and shame’ list of employers failing to pay minimum wage A £5 deduction for a security key fob has pushed a Norwich firm onto the gove
£5 security fob deposit pushes Norwich firm into government’s ‘name and shame’ list of employers failing to pay minimum wage
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 5 days ago
A £5 deduction for a security key fob has pushed a Norwich firm onto the government’s “name and shame” list of national... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Which Norwich and Halesworth firms have been ‘named and shamed’ for failing to pay the minimum wage? Two firms in the East are among 90 employers “named and shamed” by the govern
Which Norwich and Halesworth firms have been ‘named and shamed’ for failing to pay the minimum wage?
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 5 days ago
Two firms in the East are among 90 employers “named and shamed” by the government for failing to pay the national minimum wage. Quattro Recruitment... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Unions' actual work improves services but the Tories don't want you to see it“We needed to find savings of £9m a year,” Karen, a manager at Pennine Care in
Unions' actual work improves services but the Tories don't want you to see it
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
“We needed to find savings of £9m a year,” Karen, a manager at Pennine Care in Manchester, says. “But we had drawn up three different proposals and they had all been rejected by staff.” “And I want the union right there alongside me, working with me... Read more
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This is West Country
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
This is West Country / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
Streatham Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
Kingston Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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Gazette
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
Croydon Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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Oxford Mail
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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Bury Times
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
Bury Times / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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guardian-series
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
guardian-series / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage Companies have been warned there is 'no excuse' for failing to pay the minimu
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Companies have been warned there is 'no excuse' for failing to pay the minimum wage More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wageMore than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with... Read more
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Shropshire Star
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage « Shropshire StarThe companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality a
More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 5 days ago
The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with most of the total, £1.7 million, owed by Total Security Services of London. It was the biggest single amount of money for a company discovered since the... Read more
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The New Statesman
The mystery of Florian Zeller's paired "puzzle" playsThe private-school-hunting, self-declared lover of state education David Camero
The mystery of Florian Zeller's paired "puzzle" plays
The New Statesman / Posted 6 days ago
The private-school-hunting, self-declared lover of state education David Cameron is taking time out from plotting to spend crazy amounts of money on his son’s education (though not his daughter’s – does Dave think that girls aren’t worth it?) to run... Read more
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Bury Times
Factory workers to meet with bosses over cuts to shiftsWORKERS who have had their shifts suspended are due to meet with bosses at Jame
Factory workers to meet with bosses over cuts to shifts
Bury Times / Posted 6 days ago
WORKERS who have had their shifts suspended are due to meet with bosses at James Halstead PLC today to resolve an industrial dispute. Production line workers at the Radcliffe-based company’s flagship Polyflor manufacturing site in Whitefield have... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
MSPs reject proposal to increase Scottish income tax rateProposals to increase income tax in Scotland by 1p above the rate of the rest o
MSPs reject proposal to increase Scottish income tax rate
EveningTimes Online / Posted 7 days ago
Proposals to increase income tax in Scotland by 1p above the rate of the rest of the UK have been rejected at Holyrood. The Scottish Government said the measure - put forward by Scottish Labour and supported by the Liberal Democrats - would "punish"... Read more
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Daily Record
John Swinney rejects call for tax rise saying he wants to give Scotland payriseThe budget for 2016/17 marks the first time Holyrood ministers have been requir
John Swinney rejects call for tax rise saying he wants to give Scotland payrise
Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
The budget for 2016/17 marks the first time Holyrood ministers have been required to play a part in determining income tax rates in Scotland. With the Scottish rate of income tax due to come into effect from April 6, Mr Swinney has pledged to keep... Read more
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Daily Record
Unions back Labour to save public services from £500m SNP austerity cutsTheir call came after Labour announced they want to put an extra penny on incom
Unions back Labour to save public services from £500m SNP austerity cuts
Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
Their call came after Labour announced they want to put an extra penny on income tax to pay for public services while offsetting the impact on the lowest-paid. Campaigners spoke out as Finance Secretary John Swinney prepares to force through his... Read more
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International Business Times
British Gas to axe 500 jobs with closure of its loft and cavity wall insulation business British Gas has decided to close its loft and cavity wall insulation business.
British Gas to axe 500 jobs with closure of its loft and cavity wall insulation business
International Business Times / Posted 7 days ago
British Gas has decided to close its loft and cavity wall insulation business. This will lead to 500 job losses, the Windsor-headquartered company announced on Tuesday (2 February). A company spokesman said while 400 of these job cuts would be across... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Unions given green light to make plea to council leadership ahead of planned decision on cuts to working conditionsTRADE unions have been given the go-ahead to address the key decision-making bo
Unions given green light to make plea to council leadership ahead of planned decision on cuts to working conditions
EveningTimes Online / Posted 8 days ago
TRADE unions have been given the go-ahead to address the key decision-making body on Glasgow City Council ahead of a crucial vote on cutting staff terms and conditions. In an unusual move, the administration has bypassed the authority's own rules to... Read more
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heraldscotland
Unions given green light to make plea to council leadership ahead of planned decision on cuts to working conditionsThe local authority plans to axe overtime payments and place major restrictions
Unions given green light to make plea to council leadership ahead of planned decision on cuts to working conditions
heraldscotland / Posted 8 days ago
The local authority plans to axe overtime payments and place major restrictions on flexible working hours as part of a raft of proposals to save around £4.5 million over the next two years. It is also understood that several prominent figures within... Read more
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birminghammail
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on February 2We’ll be back with more of the latest news, sport, travel and weather from arou
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on February 2
birminghammail / Posted 8 days ago
We’ll be back with more of the latest news, sport, travel and weather from around Birmingham and the West Midlands tomorrow. Good night! A brief recap of our top stories from the afternoon before I sign off: Body found in car in Edgbaston - An... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
500 British Gas jobs to go in efficiency shakeBritish Gas is to axe 500 jobs, hitting its loft and cavity wall insulation bus
500 British Gas jobs to go in efficiency shake
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
British Gas is to axe 500 jobs, hitting its loft and cavity wall insulation business, as part of the company's efficiencies programme. Unions described the announcement as a "sickener", saying staff affected by the news felt "gutted". The jobs are... Read more
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Harrow Times
500 British Gas jobs to go in efficiency shake-upBritish Gas is to axe 500 jobs, hitting its loft and cavity wall insulation bus
500 British Gas jobs to go in efficiency shake-up
Harrow Times / Posted 8 days ago
British Gas is to axe 500 jobs, hitting its loft and cavity wall insulation business, as part of the company's efficiencies programme. Unions described the announcement as a "sickener", saying staff affected by the news felt "gutted". The jobs are... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
British Gas to cut 500 jobs as it shuts insulation businessCentrica said last summer that 5,000 of the 6,000 job losses would be in the UK
British Gas to cut 500 jobs as it shuts insulation business
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
Centrica said last summer that 5,000 of the 6,000 job losses would be in the UK, where the vast majority of its 33,000 staff are employed within the British Gas business. About half of the total losses were expected to be made through redundancies,... Read more
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birminghammail
Sacking 180 lollipop wardens will put children's lives at risk, Birmingham Council warnedThe GMB public service union said that school crossing patrol staff have been t
Sacking 180 lollipop wardens will put children's lives at risk, Birmingham Council warned
birminghammail / Posted 8 days ago
The GMB public service union said that school crossing patrol staff have been told they will lose their jobs unless schools pick up their £5,100 per year costs. The union has highlighted statistics showing that of 2,628 road accidents in Birmingham... Read more
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Bolton News
500 British Gas jobs to go in efficiency shake-upBritish Gas is to axe 500 jobs, hitting its loft and cavity wall insulation bus
500 British Gas jobs to go in efficiency shake-up
Bolton News / Posted 8 days ago
British Gas is to axe 500 jobs, hitting its loft and cavity wall insulation business, as part of the company's efficiencies programme. Unions described the announcement as a "sickener", saying staff affected by the news felt "gutted". The jobs are... Read more
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Northern Echo
500 British Gas jobs to go in efficiency shake-upMark Hodges, chief executive, energy supply and services, UK and Ireland at Bri
500 British Gas jobs to go in efficiency shake-up
Northern Echo / Posted 8 days ago
Mark Hodges, chief executive, energy supply and services, UK and Ireland at British Gas, said: "We are focused on improving the efficiency and effectiveness of our organisation to meet the changing needs of our customers. "British Gas is well... Read more
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