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express
John McDonnell to bring back chaos of 70s strikes and rip up trade union legislation SHADOW Chancellor John McDonnell wants to bring in laws that will make it eas
John McDonnell to bring back chaos of 70s strikes and rip up trade union legislation
express / Posted 5 hours ago
SHADOW Chancellor John McDonnell wants to bring in laws that will make it easier for workers to go on strike. Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell wants to bring in... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Alex Rowley to lead Labour's Holyrood elections campaignLabour's deputy leader Alex Rowley has been tasked with leading the party's cam
Alex Rowley to lead Labour's Holyrood elections campaign
EveningTimes Online / Posted 15 hours ago
Labour's deputy leader Alex Rowley has been tasked with leading the party's campaign in this year's Holyrood elections. With three months to go until the election the SNP is on course for a second majority government, while Scottish Labour is facing... Read more
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The New Statesman
What Donald Trump could learn from Ronald Reagan“It would be John.” Ken Livingstone, one of Jeremy Corbyn’s most vocal allies i
What Donald Trump could learn from Ronald Reagan
The New Statesman / Posted 20 hours ago
“It would be John.” Ken Livingstone, one of Jeremy Corbyn’s most vocal allies in the media, has said publicly what many are saying privately: if something does happen to Corbyn, or should he choose to step down, place your bets on John McDonnell.... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Prime (minister's) real estate: inside Margaret Thatcher's £30m home“If these walls could talk, they could tell extraordinary tales of Margaret Tha
Prime (minister's) real estate: inside Margaret Thatcher's £30m home
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
“If these walls could talk, they could tell extraordinary tales of Margaret Thatcher talking to Ronald Reagan and other world leaders [both in person and over the phone],” says Richard Gutteridge, head of Savills Sloane Street. “It is an eminent and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
David Cameron must set out 'consequences' of his EU negotiation in TV debate, says Liam Fox“The Prime Minister says that he would join the EU on these terms even if we we
David Cameron must set out 'consequences' of his EU negotiation in TV debate, says Liam Fox
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
“The Prime Minister says that he would join the EU on these terms even if we weren’t already a member – I am sure the public would love to hear his explanation. • Lord Rose: Britons will vote to stay in Europe by a 'substantial margin' “I am sure... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Get Ready... For The Pogrom!Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, The best way it
Get Ready... For The Pogrom!
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, The best way it was put came from a German newspaper, the Leipziger Volkszeitung, on Tuesday, in an article that describes 5 separate incidents in two days in which buildings occupied by... Read more
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The New Statesman
Ken Livingstone says publicly what many are saying privately: tomorrow belongs to John McDonnell“It would be John.” Ken Livingstone, one of Jeremy Corbyn’s most vocal allies i
Ken Livingstone says publicly what many are saying privately: tomorrow belongs to John McDonnell
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
“It would be John.” Ken Livingstone, one of Jeremy Corbyn’s most vocal allies in the media, has said publicly what many are saying privately: if something does happen to Corbyn, or should he choose to step down, place your bets on John... Read more
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Scotsman
The story of Scotland’s 1976 Calcutta Cup win - final part David Leslie is congratulated by team-mate Billy Steele after scoring Scotland
The story of Scotland’s 1976 Calcutta Cup win - final part
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
David Leslie is congratulated by team-mate Billy Steele after scoring Scotland's second try against England. After ten minutes at Murrayfield, Scotland supporters could be forgiven for... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Former NI Secretary of State Shaun Woodward comes out as gay - and daughter Ella's delighted Ella Woodward and her fatherElla cooking in the kitchenShaun Woodward's new p
Former NI Secretary of State Shaun Woodward comes out as gay - and daughter Ella's delighted
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Ella Woodward and her fatherElla cooking in the kitchenShaun Woodward's new partner Luke Redgrave with late aunt, actress Lynn RedgraveShaun Woodward and... Read more
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New Kerala
Record $10 billion pledged in humanitarian aid for Syria at UN co-hosted conference in LondonNew York, Feb 5 : An international conference on war-torn Syria in London on Th
Record $10 billion pledged in humanitarian aid for Syria at UN co-hosted conference in London
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
New York, Feb 5 : An international conference on war-torn Syria in London on Thursday pledged a record $10 billion after United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon laid out three main objectives: raising $7 billion in immediate humanitarian aid,... Read more
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Orange County Register
Countries' pledges of Syria aid reach $10 billionLONDON – With no end to Syria’s five-year-old civil war in sight, rich nations
Countries' pledges of Syria aid reach $10 billion
Orange County Register / Posted 2 days ago
LONDON – With no end to Syria’s five-year-old civil war in sight, rich nations pledged more than $10 billion in aid Thursday to help address the needs of the millions of people displaced by the conflict and prepare for new waves of refugees expected... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
EU referendum: Voters are 'crying out' for a televised debate, say democracy campaignersThe Electoral Reform Society fights for fairer votes and better democracy. It
EU referendum: Voters are 'crying out' for a televised debate, say democracy campaigners
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
The Electoral Reform Society fights for fairer votes and better democracy. It was founded in the late 19th century when it became clear the political system was failing to rise to the challenges presented by an emerging modern Britain. Ms Ghose... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
No one knows what's coming - as the Bank of England has provedThe February MPC minutes state that “the Committee judged it more likely than n
No one knows what's coming - as the Bank of England has proved
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
The February MPC minutes state that “the Committee judged it more likely than not that the Bank Rate would need to increase over the forecast period to ensure inflation remained likely to return to the target in a sustainable fashion”. Maybe – and... Read more
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heraldscotland
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon slams Labour in income tax policy rowLabour leader Kezia Dugdale said that meant Ms Sturgeon who "sold herself as th
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon slams Labour in income tax policy row
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
Labour leader Kezia Dugdale said that meant Ms Sturgeon who "sold herself as the radical alternative to Tory austerity" had instead "sold out the people who needed her the most". She raised the issue at First Minister's Questions, recalling that in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
David Cameron urged to take part in EU referendum debate with No campaignLord Lawson of Blaby, the former Chancellor who was announced as the chairman o
David Cameron urged to take part in EU referendum debate with No campaign
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Lord Lawson of Blaby, the former Chancellor who was announced as the chairman of the Vote Leave campaign on Wednesday night, said: “He is at present maintaining the fiction that we have to wait until the so-called renegotiation has been concluded.... Read more
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express
Presidential elections 2016: God matters in the race for the White House In this country we’re embarrassed by any politician who mentions religion. In
Presidential elections 2016: God matters in the race for the White House
express / Posted 3 days ago
In this country we’re embarrassed by any politician who mentions religion. In the US – like Marco Rubio praying with his family here – you have to profess your faith to get... Read more
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This is West Country
When Market Street closed as Highbridge celebrated the high noon of the British EmpireLast week the town council’s Town Project’s Committee debated whether to hold s
When Market Street closed as Highbridge celebrated the high noon of the British Empire
This is West Country / Posted 3 days ago
Last week the town council’s Town Project’s Committee debated whether to hold some form of event to mark Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday. A bonfire, street party, fireworks display and other activities were mentioned by members of the... Read more
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Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker: John McDonnell now making his mark John McDonnell waves to delegates at Labours autumn conference as leader Jerem
Andrew Whitaker: John McDonnell now making his mark
Scotsman / Posted 4 days ago
John McDonnell waves to delegates at Labours autumn conference as leader Jeremy Corbyn shows his approval. Picture: Getty Images THE first shadow chancellor of his kind has lately been arguably one... Read more
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The New Statesman
The future of work - and why Labour would be wrong to ignore itWork – and the lack of it – is one of the most explosive devices on the politic
The future of work - and why Labour would be wrong to ignore it
The New Statesman / Posted 4 days ago
Work – and the lack of it – is one of the most explosive devices on the political road ahead. In all economies, whether complex or basic, workers at every level from unskilled to highly professional must increasingly struggle in, or benefit from,... Read more
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Chelsea FC
Quiet market, quiet confidenceFor all that it was a pretty quiet transfer window. It is becoming abundantly c
Quiet market, quiet confidence
Chelsea FC / Posted 5 days ago
For all that it was a pretty quiet transfer window. It is becoming abundantly clear now that there is very limited value to be had at the very top level at this time of the year. Enquiring for a player in January is considered by many clubs as a sign... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
AU Backs Ethiopian FM for WHO Director GeneralThe Executive Council of the African Union on Friday (January 29) endorsed the
AU Backs Ethiopian FM for WHO Director General
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
The Executive Council of the African Union on Friday (January 29) endorsed the candidature of Dr. Tedros Adhanom for the post of the Director General of the World Health Organization. His candidature is expected to be endorsed by the AU Assembly of... Read more
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Three and in
The John Terry FileDid you know John George Terry supported Manchester United growing up, enjoys p
The John Terry File
Three and in / Posted 5 days ago
Did you know John George Terry supported Manchester United growing up, enjoys playing golf with Niall from 1D and was Dad of the Year in 2009? Here, Press Association Sport looks at five things you may not have heard about the Chelsea skipper, who... Read more
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Daily Mirror
What time is the Iowa caucus - and how does it work?It may seem like the US elections have been going on forever already - but in r
What time is the Iowa caucus - and how does it work?
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
It may seem like the US elections have been going on forever already - but in reality, they're just getting started. Tonight, members of the Democratic and Republican parties in Iowa will meet up to cast their first votes to determine which... Read more
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heraldscotland
Five things you might not know about John TerryIn June 2014, keen golfer Terry teamed up with Sky pundit Jamie Redknapp to tak
Five things you might not know about John Terry
heraldscotland / Posted 5 days ago
In June 2014, keen golfer Terry teamed up with Sky pundit Jamie Redknapp to take on Niall Horan from everybody's favourite boyband One Direction and former Chelsea team-mate Andriy Shevchenko at Wisley golf course in Surrey. The pre-season tussle saw... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Five things you might not know about John Terry Did you know John George Terry supported Manchester United growing up, enjoys
Five things you might not know about John Terry
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Did you know John George Terry supported Manchester United growing up, enjoys playing golf with Niall from 1D and was Dad of the Year in 2009? Here, Press Association Sport looks at five things you... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Chancellor George Osborne is selling us short - by Kevin MaguireFlogging Britain at knock-down prices in the Tory one-party "chum­­ocracy" is a
Chancellor George Osborne is selling us short - by Kevin Maguire
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
Flogging Britain at knock-down prices in the Tory one-party "chum­­ocracy" is another “major success” for George Osborne after his cosy tax gift to Google. Turning Britain into a giant car boot sale, with City speculators picking up the likes of... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Five things you might not know about John Terry | Irish Examiner Monday, February 01, 2016 - 12:16 am Did you know John Ge
Five things you might not know about John Terry
Irish Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
| Irish Examiner Monday, February 01, 2016 - 12:16 am Did you know John George Terry supported Manchester United growing up, enjoys playing golf with... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Five things you might not know about John Terry John Terry changed into his full kit to lift the European Cup Did you know J
Five things you might not know about John Terry
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
John Terry changed into his full kit to lift the European Cup Did you know John George Terry supported Manchester United growing up, enjoys playing golf with Niall from 1D and was Dad of the Year in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Terry Wogan interview: 'I never thought of Ireland as home'In this interview first published in 2010, the broadcaster said being ‘England’
Terry Wogan interview: 'I never thought of Ireland as home'
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
In this interview first published in 2010, the broadcaster said being ‘England’s favourite Irishman’ can be a tricky role, but as he prepared to spend a little more time in Limerick he was not doing regret. Beaming a smile at the doorman of the... Read more
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The Irish Times
'I never thought of Ireland as home'SATURDAY INTERVIEWBeing ‘England’s favourite Irishman’ can be a tricky role, bu
'I never thought of Ireland as home'
The Irish Times / Posted 6 days ago
SATURDAY INTERVIEWBeing ‘England’s favourite Irishman’ can be a tricky role, but as he prepares to spend a little more time in ‘much-maligned’ Limerick, Wogan is not doing regret BEAMING A SMILE at the doorman of the Connaught Hotel in London’s... Read more
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Daily Record
Gerry Hassan: The Chancellor was well warned but has driven us on into crisis.GEORGE Osborne seems to be experiencing his own boom and bust. Just before Chr
Gerry Hassan: The Chancellor was well warned but has driven us on into crisis.
Daily Record / Posted 6 days ago
GEORGE Osborne seems to be experiencing his own boom and bust. Just before Christmas, he was singing the joys of the British economy on the mend. Yet, a few weeks later, he changed his tone, talking of the uncertain economic times. He hasn’t had to... Read more
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The New Statesman
"It will be like a 1950s election": the 2015 election in review“It [the 2015 election] will be like a Fifties election,” one of the Labour lea
"It will be like a 1950s election": the 2015 election in review
The New Statesman / Posted 8 days ago
“It [the 2015 election] will be like a Fifties election,” one of the Labour leadership contenders told me, gleefully, in 2010. They foresaw the Liberal Democrats paying a terrible price, and politics returning to its two-party setting: Labour against... Read more
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International Business Times
EU referendum: Labour Movement in Europe makes a left-wing case for 'remain' The UK's influence on the world stage and ability to push for greener energy co
EU referendum: Labour Movement in Europe makes a left-wing case for 'remain'
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
The UK's influence on the world stage and ability to push for greener energy commitments would be dented if the country breaks away from the EU, according to the Labour Movement for Europe (LME). The group's national chair, Giampi Alhadeff, spoke to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
When governments are rather like businessesAFTER the Second World War there seemed to have been more than enough jobs to g
When governments are rather like businesses
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 days ago
AFTER the Second World War there seemed to have been more than enough jobs to go round and that we were glad to accept people from the commonwealth who came to fill the vacancies. Since that time, most of the repetitive tasks in engineering,... Read more
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express
Tony Blair BLASTED for giving 'superficial' evidence to probe into IRA's links with Libya A SENIOR MP has accused Tony Blair of giving "superficial" evidence to his in
Tony Blair BLASTED for giving 'superficial' evidence to probe into IRA's links with Libya
express / Posted 9 days ago
A SENIOR MP has accused Tony Blair of giving "superficial" evidence to his inquiry into links between the IRA and Libya. Tony Blair met with dictator Muammar... Read more
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The New Statesman
Lisa Nandy: "The debate that we’re having in Labour is too small"On the wall of Lisa Nandy’s Commons office is a painting of a red elephant, sug
Lisa Nandy: "The debate that we’re having in Labour is too small"
The New Statesman / Posted 9 days ago
On the wall of Lisa Nandy’s Commons office is a painting of a red elephant, suggested by her as an alternative logo for Labour in 2014. The animal, she told the Daily Politics, who set her the challenge, was chosen to represent how the party wouldn’t... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
UK 'laughing stock' of Europe after Italy claims €227m in unpaid tax from Google Google is paying back 3 per cent in tax, or £130 million, to the UK tax autho
UK 'laughing stock' of Europe after Italy claims €227m in unpaid tax from Google
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Google is paying back 3 per cent in tax, or £130 million, to the UK tax authority David Cameron has defended Google's controversial £130 million tax deal Italy has... Read more
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The New Statesman
Commons confidential: Every day reshufflingThe Prime Minister bristles at the suggestion that he is a phoney who rules by
Commons confidential: Every day reshuffling
The New Statesman / Posted 9 days ago
The Prime Minister bristles at the suggestion that he is a phoney who rules by PR, so it is surprising that it took his cabinet more than seven months to come up with an explanation for his most glorious own-goal. One of the highlights of the 2015... Read more
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heraldscotland
Oil crisis; Sturgeon power push; heard about the Salmond-Cher double act?07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Aberdeen in line for £500m from Holyrood and W
Oil crisis; Sturgeon power push; heard about the Salmond-Cher double act?
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Aberdeen in line for £500m from Holyrood and Westminster … Child refugees … Sweden expels migrants … SNP’s Hosie writes to European Commission over Google deal… MSPs say Scotland “failing minorities in workplace” …... Read more
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heraldscotland
Oil crisis; Sturgeon pushes for powers; Salmond and Cher – I got you, babe07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Aberdeen in line for £500m from Holyrood and W
Oil crisis; Sturgeon pushes for powers; Salmond and Cher – I got you, babe
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Aberdeen in line for £500m from Holyrood and Westminster … Child refugees … Sweden expels migrants … SNP’s Hosie writes to European Commission over Google deal… MSPs say Scotland “failing minorities in workplace” …... Read more
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Evening Standard
Meet the new app that will save you from London's peak pollutionLondon has a long and ignoble history of filthy air. There was the Great Smog o
Meet the new app that will save you from London's peak pollution
Evening Standard / Posted 9 days ago
London has a long and ignoble history of filthy air. There was the Great Smog of 1952, when a pea soup shroud enveloped the city’s streets. The Victorians endured the Great Stink, a miasma sweeping along the Thames. And as far back as 1272, King... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
HMRC and Google bosses set to be investigated by MPs and the EU over 'sweetheart' tax dealThe National Audit Office, which monitors spending on behalf of MPs, is already
HMRC and Google bosses set to be investigated by MPs and the EU over 'sweetheart' tax deal
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
The National Audit Office, which monitors spending on behalf of MPs, is already considering a probe. The Government is battling criticism from all sides over Google’s £130million tax settlement to cover a five year period to 2011. Chancellor George... Read more
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heraldscotland
High noon for councils; Cameron for north; I got you babe - Salmond and Cher07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Aberdeen in line for £500m from Holyrood and W
High noon for councils; Cameron for north; I got you babe - Salmond and Cher
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Aberdeen in line for £500m from Holyrood and Westminster … Child refugees … Sweden expels migrants … SNP’s Hosie writes to European Commission over Google deal… MSPs say Scotland “failing minorities in workplace” …... Read more
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express
Google urged to stump up MORE tax amid anger over £130m sweetheart deal GOOGLE has been urged to pay MORE tax amid growing anger over its ‘sweetheart
Google urged to stump up MORE tax amid anger over £130m sweetheart deal
express / Posted 9 days ago
GOOGLE has been urged to pay MORE tax amid growing anger over its ‘sweetheart’ tax bill with the Government. Google has been urged to pay more tax James Anderson - whose... Read more
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heraldscotland
Cameron heads north, high noon for councils, and I got you babe - Salmond and Cher07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Aberdeen in line for £500m from Holyrood and W
Cameron heads north, high noon for councils, and I got you babe - Salmond and Cher
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Aberdeen in line for £500m from Holyrood and Westminster … Child refugees … Sweden expels migrants … SNP’s Hosie writes to European Commission over Google deal… MSPs say Scotland “failing minorities in workplace” …... Read more
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heraldscotland
Google shareholder: company 'should pay much more in UK taxes'Mr Anderson told The Times that Google and other international companies accuse
Google shareholder: company 'should pay much more in UK taxes'
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
Mr Anderson told The Times that Google and other international companies accused of failing to pay their fair share of tax would earn respect if they agreed voluntarily to contribute "much more". "My take remains that it is in the long-term... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Google should pay much more in UK taxes says top shareholderOne of Google's biggest British shareholders has called on the company to pay "
Google should pay much more in UK taxes says top shareholder
EveningTimes Online / Posted 9 days ago
One of Google's biggest British shareholders has called on the company to pay "much more" in British taxes. As Google defended its £130 million deal with the Government, James Anderson - whose Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust owns £120 million of... Read more
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heraldscotland
Cameron heads to Aberdeen, councils told deal or no deal, and I got you babe - Salmond and Cher07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Aberdeen in line for £500m from Holyrood and W
Cameron heads to Aberdeen, councils told deal or no deal, and I got you babe - Salmond and Cher
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
07.00 BBC Good Morning Scotland Aberdeen in line for £500m from Holyrood and Westminster … Child refugees … Sweden expels migrants … SNP’s Hosie writes to European Commission over Google deal… MSPs say Scotland “failing minorities in workplace” …... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Google should pay much more in UK taxes, says top shareholderOne of Google's biggest British shareholders has called on the company to pay "
Google should pay much more in UK taxes, says top shareholder
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
One of Google's biggest British shareholders has called on the company to pay "much more" in British taxes. As Google defended its £130 million deal with the Government, James Anderson - whose Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust owns £120 million of... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Google should pay much more in UK taxes, says top shareholderOne of Google's biggest British shareholders has called on the company to pay "
Google should pay much more in UK taxes, says top shareholder
Kingston Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
One of Google's biggest British shareholders has called on the company to pay "much more" in British taxes. As Google defended its £130 million deal with the Government, James Anderson - whose Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust owns £120 million of... Read more
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