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Brisbane Times
Criminals 'could face charges for texting'under the Queensland Government's proposed organised crime laws. Photo: Glen Hu
Criminals 'could face charges for texting'
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 hours ago
under the Queensland Government's proposed organised crime laws. Photo: Glen Hunt GTH Queensland Police Commissioner Ian Stewart said the new legislation meant officers did not have to head to pubs and racecourses to enforce the consorting... Read more
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The North West Star
Queensland police trained in tactics to forcefully suppress armed offendersand volatile offenders, amid a climate of terrorism worldwide. More than 10,00
Queensland police trained in tactics to forcefully suppress armed offenders
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
and volatile offenders, amid a climate of terrorism worldwide. More than 10,000 police, including Police Commissioner Ian Stewart, are completing the intensive Active Armed Offender (AAO) training program. Rather than concentrate on isolation... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'New threat' of armed offenders make police change tacticsamid a climate of terrorism worldwide. Brisbane Times can reveal more than 10,
'New threat' of armed offenders make police change tactics
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
amid a climate of terrorism worldwide. Brisbane Times can reveal more than 10,000 police, including Police Commissioner Ian Stewart, are completing the intensive Active Armed Offender (AAO) training program. Queensland Police Service is... Read more
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Brisbane Times
What happened to Not Now, Not Ever recommendations?Queensland justice system. Fairfax Media approached the office of Attorney-Gen
What happened to Not Now, Not Ever recommendations?
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
Queensland justice system. Fairfax Media approached the office of Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath and Police Commissioner Ian Stewart regarding the below recommendations that call for reform within their respective departments and how they have... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Camden backs effort for 9-mile recreational trailSelect Board member Donald White Jr. said. Board member Leonard Lookner agreed
Camden backs effort for 9-mile recreational trail
Bangor Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
Select Board member Donald White Jr. said. Board member Leonard Lookner agreed, saying it was an extraordinary effort. Ian Stewart, the executive director of the land trust, said the trail goes through the two properties owned by the town. The... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
UK-Based Charity Donates 100,000 Books to Moeannually to schools and universities in Africa. Also speaking at the ceremony,
UK-Based Charity Donates 100,000 Books to Moe
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
annually to schools and universities in Africa. Also speaking at the ceremony, a Member of the British Parliament, Ian Stewart, said the efforts by the Ihezie Foundation is monumental and transformative, adding, "Groups such as Ihezie... Read more
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Daily Mail
bride hates her daughter's dream wedding gownof eight years, Andrew Roylance, at a farm house in Barcelona next year. When
bride hates her daughter's dream wedding gown
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
of eight years, Andrew Roylance, at a farm house in Barcelona next year. When dress shopping Cassie loved this strapless Ian Stewart dress with a price tag of £2,225 with a big layered skirt embellished with flowers Zoe, far right, told Cassie... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Demand for domestic violence shelters in Queensland more than doubles in a yearjust demonstrates the sheer number of women and children who are experiencing t
Demand for domestic violence shelters in Queensland more than doubles in a year
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
just demonstrates the sheer number of women and children who are experiencing terror at home." Police Commissioner Ian Stewart said domestic violence would not be tolerated. "I encourage anyone who is subjected to domestic violence to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Thousands join Brisbane Pride Festival marchfor marriage equality." The 2016 event was the second year Queensland police o
Thousands join Brisbane Pride Festival march
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
for marriage equality." The 2016 event was the second year Queensland police officers marched in uniform. Commissioner Ian Stewart said marching showed support for the LGBTI community as well as the service's own officers who identify as... Read more
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News.com.au
Thousands rally for Brisbane gay pridefor marriage equality." The 2016 event was the second year Queensland police o
Thousands rally for Brisbane gay pride
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
for marriage equality." The 2016 event was the second year Queensland police officers marched in uniform. Commissioner Ian Stewart said marching showed support for the LGBTI community as well as the service's own officers who identify as... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Pak may be building new nuclear site, say expertsof the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which
Pak may be building new nuclear site, say experts
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 9 days ago
of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which Pakistan is seeking to join,” said Ian Stewart, head of research group Project Alpha at King’s College London. Pakistani physicist AH Nayyar told AFP if the... Read more
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News Mail
Motorists reminded to drive safely over the school holidaysand October school holidays, ;launched by Police, Fire and Emergency Services M
Motorists reminded to drive safely over the school holidays
News Mail / Posted 9 days ago
and October school holidays, ;launched by Police, Fire and Emergency Services Minister Bill Byrne and Commissioner Ian Stewart, is aimed at reducing the number of serious injury and fatal traffic crashes. The operation, which will run from... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Salford's mayor is taking a pay cut to pay for community eventcity’s unsung heroes. Mr Dennett, who was nominated by the city’s Labour group
Salford's mayor is taking a pay cut to pay for community event
Manchester Evening News / Posted 9 days ago
city’s unsung heroes. Mr Dennett, who was nominated by the city’s Labour group to take charge of the city after incumbent Ian Stewart stood down earlier this year, also took a swipe at town hall pay levels, which he said in some cases were... Read more
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dna
Pakistan could be constructing new nuclear site, say analyststo see how these actions are consistent with the principles of the Nuclear Supp
Pakistan could be constructing new nuclear site, say analysts
dna / Posted 9 days ago
to see how these actions are consistent with the principles of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which Pakistan is seeking to join," said Ian Stewart, head of research group Project Alpha at King's College Lo... Read more
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Business Standard India
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analystsof the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analysts
Business Standard India / Posted 10 days ago
of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which Pakistan is seeking to join," said Ian Stewart, head of research group Project Alpha at King's College London. Pakistani Physicist A H Nayyar told AFP if the... Read more
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The Economic Times
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analystsof the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analysts
The Economic Times / Posted 10 days ago
of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which Pakistan is seeking to join," said Ian Stewart, head of research group Project Alpha at King's College London. Pakistani physicist A.H. Nayyar told AFP if the... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site, strengthening its arsenalof the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site, strengthening its arsenal
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 10 days ago
of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which Pakistan is seeking to join,” said Ian Stewart, head of research group Project Alpha at King’s College London. Pakistani physicist AH Nayyar told AFP if the... Read more
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10d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: analystsof the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: analysts
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 10 days ago
of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a group of responsible nuclear exporters which Pakistan is seeking to join," said Ian Stewart, head of research group Project Alpha at King's College London. Pakistani physicist A.H. Nayyar told AFP if the... Read more
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11d
Queensland Times
Police to blitz Queensland roadsblitz over the school holidays in an attempt to keep people alive. Police Mini
Police to blitz Queensland roads
Queensland Times / Posted 11 days ago
blitz over the school holidays in an attempt to keep people alive. Police Minister Bill Byrne and Police Commissioner Ian Stewart announced the start of Operation Spring Break 2016. Police say 168 people have died on Queensland roads so far... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Police to blitz Queensland roadsblitz over the school holidays in an attempt to keep people alive. Police Mini
Police to blitz Queensland roads
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 11 days ago
blitz over the school holidays in an attempt to keep people alive. Police Minister Bill Byrne and Police Commissioner Ian Stewart announced the start of Operation Spring Break 2016. Police say 168 people have died on Queensland roads so far... Read more
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News Mail
Police to blitz Queensland roadsblitz over the school holidays in an attempt to keep people alive. Police Mini
Police to blitz Queensland roads
News Mail / Posted 11 days ago
blitz over the school holidays in an attempt to keep people alive. Police Minister Bill Byrne and Police Commissioner Ian Stewart announced the start of Operation Spring Break 2016. Police say 168 people have died on Queensland roads so far... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Police to blitz Queensland roadsblitz over the school holidays in an attempt to keep people alive. Police Mini
Police to blitz Queensland roads
The Daily Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
blitz over the school holidays in an attempt to keep people alive. Police Minister Bill Byrne and Police Commissioner Ian Stewart announced the start of Operation Spring Break 2016. Police say 168 people have died on Queensland roads so far... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Police to blitz Queensland roadsblitz over the school holidays in an attempt to keep people alive. Police Mini
Police to blitz Queensland roads
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
blitz over the school holidays in an attempt to keep people alive. Police Minister Bill Byrne and Police Commissioner Ian Stewart announced the start of Operation Spring Break 2016. Police say 168 people have died on Queensland roads so far... Read more
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Londonist
Things To Do Today In London: Thursday 15 September 2016Magazine. £25, book in advance, 7pm UNIVERSE MATHEMATICS: Mathematician Hannah
Things To Do Today In London: Thursday 15 September 2016
Londonist / Posted 11 days ago
Magazine. £25, book in advance, 7pm UNIVERSE MATHEMATICS: Mathematician Hannah Fry introduces former Christmas lecturer Ian Stewart for a talk at the Royal Institution, discussing what maths has to do with the universe. £14, book in advance,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Exhibitionism: A glittering, noisy, beautiful homage to The Rolling Stonesgrotty beginnings in Edith Grove to being spotted by a 19-year-old genius Andre
Exhibitionism: A glittering, noisy, beautiful homage to The Rolling Stones
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
grotty beginnings in Edith Grove to being spotted by a 19-year-old genius Andrew Oldham who, ruthlessly, culled piano man Ian Stewart, because Stewart didn’t fit his blueprint for the boys: menacing young white guys with long hair, leather... Read more
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The Irish Times
A glittering, noisy, beautiful homage to ‘the greatest rock and roll band in the world'grotty beginnings in Edith Grove to being spotted by a 19-year-old genius Andre
A glittering, noisy, beautiful homage to ‘the greatest rock and roll band in the world'
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
grotty beginnings in Edith Grove to being spotted by a 19-year-old genius Andrew Oldham who, ruthlessly, culled piano man Ian Stewart, because Stewart didn’t fit his blueprint for the boys: menacing young white guys with long hair, leather... Read more
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The Irish Times
Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones reviewgrotty beginnings in Edith Grove to being spotted by a 19-year-old genius Andre
Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones review
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
grotty beginnings in Edith Grove to being spotted by a 19-year-old genius Andrew Oldham who, ruthlessly, culled piano man Ian Stewart, because Stewart didn’t fit his blueprint for the boys: menacing young white guys with long hair, leather... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Rockhampton police inspector 'most outstanding woman'programs for women including, mentoring and development programs for emerging w
Rockhampton police inspector 'most outstanding woman'
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 12 days ago
programs for women including, mentoring and development programs for emerging women leaders at all ranks. Commissioner Ian Stewart said it was encouraging to see a QPS Inspector presented with such a prestigious award. "Inspector Nelson has... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Nanaimo contractors feel drywall tariff pinchalways meet demand of the region and as a result, suppliers end up importing dr
Nanaimo contractors feel drywall tariff pinch
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
always meet demand of the region and as a result, suppliers end up importing drywall from the United States. Meanwhile, Ian Stewart, owner of Sherwood Drywall, said he isn’t entirely sure what the new tariff will do in the short and long... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Celebratory event to mark official opening of Arnside Educational Institute extensionLink which is housed in the same building. The new extension has been part-fun
Celebratory event to mark official opening of Arnside Educational Institute extension
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
Link which is housed in the same building. The new extension has been part-funded by Cumbria County Council and Cllr Ian Stewart said: “This event is a fantastic way to launch the new extension and the new library area. "Maintaining library... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
New recreational trail connects the ‘jewels’ of BelfastLand Trust to help negotiate the acquisition from the Unity Foundation and to r
New recreational trail connects the ‘jewels’ of Belfast
Bangor Daily News / Posted 20 days ago
Land Trust to help negotiate the acquisition from the Unity Foundation and to raise $400,000 to construct the trail. Ian Stewart, the executive director of the land trust, said that before the rail trail, the land trust had conserved several... Read more
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EuroNews
Scientists fear deep-sea mininga lot of investment going on, and there are a number of projects that are going
Scientists fear deep-sea mining
EuroNews / Posted 21 days ago
a lot of investment going on, and there are a number of projects that are going to be coming to fruition fairly soon,” Ian Stewart said. MIDAS fears that mining will greatly damage fragile seabed habitats, although it’s hard to be certain... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Queensland reveals full anti-gang law changesAnnastacia Palaszczuk said on Tuesday. "I am satisfied that they will also sta
Queensland reveals full anti-gang law changes
Brisbane Times / Posted 27 days ago
Annastacia Palaszczuk said on Tuesday. "I am satisfied that they will also stack up constitutionally." Commissioner Ian Stewart said the government had come good on a pledge to involve the police service in the entire process of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Proposed Queensland crime laws will create new offenceswe put in place were in respect to paedophilia and drug dealing," Mr Nicholls s
Proposed Queensland crime laws will create new offences
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 27 days ago
we put in place were in respect to paedophilia and drug dealing," Mr Nicholls said. Queensland Police Service Commissioner Ian Stewart welcomed the planned revamp. "We can arguably say that we [will] have the strongest laws in Australia," he... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Labor bikie laws to extend to other organised crime20 to 25 years jail; and for child exploitation offences increase from 14 to 20
Labor bikie laws to extend to other organised crime
The Daily Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
20 to 25 years jail; and for child exploitation offences increase from 14 to 20 years jail. Queensland Police commissioner Ian Stewart said the police had worked with the government to create the "toughest in the country". Opposition Leader Tim... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Labor bikie laws to extend to other organised crime20 to 25 years jail; and for child exploitation offences increase from 14 to 20
Labor bikie laws to extend to other organised crime
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 27 days ago
20 to 25 years jail; and for child exploitation offences increase from 14 to 20 years jail. Queensland Police commissioner Ian Stewart said the police had worked with the government to create the "toughest in the country". Opposition Leader Tim... Read more
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Queensland Times
Labor bikie laws to extend to other organised crime20 to 25 years jail; and for child exploitation offences increase from 14 to 20
Labor bikie laws to extend to other organised crime
Queensland Times / Posted 27 days ago
20 to 25 years jail; and for child exploitation offences increase from 14 to 20 years jail. Queensland Police commissioner Ian Stewart said the police had worked with the government to create the "toughest in the country". Opposition Leader Tim... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Labor bikie laws to extend to other organised crime20 to 25 years jail; and for child exploitation offences increase from 14 to 20
Labor bikie laws to extend to other organised crime
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 27 days ago
20 to 25 years jail; and for child exploitation offences increase from 14 to 20 years jail. Queensland Police commissioner Ian Stewart said the police had worked with the government to create the "toughest in the country". Opposition Leader Tim... Read more
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News Mail
Labor bikie laws to extend to other organised crime20 to 25 years jail; and for child exploitation offences increase from 14 to 20
Labor bikie laws to extend to other organised crime
News Mail / Posted 27 days ago
20 to 25 years jail; and for child exploitation offences increase from 14 to 20 years jail. Queensland Police commissioner Ian Stewart said the police had worked with the government to create the "toughest in the country". Opposition Leader Tim... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Senior Sergeant given scholarshipCameron Barwick was awarded the 2016 Suncorp Police Scholarship on Thursday by
Senior Sergeant given scholarship
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 29 days ago
Cameron Barwick was awarded the 2016 Suncorp Police Scholarship on Thursday by Police Minister Bill Byrne and Commissioner Ian Stewart. The Suncorp Scholarship, now in its third year, provides Queensland Police Service leaders and managers with... Read more
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Canberra Times
Private Sydney: Yachties, celebrities, salty sea dogs and silvertails come out to play at Audi Hamilton Island Race Weekis happily single, taking a break from her psychology studies, enjoying life an
Private Sydney: Yachties, celebrities, salty sea dogs and silvertails come out to play at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
is happily single, taking a break from her psychology studies, enjoying life and contemplating where her future lies. Ian Stewart and Francesca Packer Barham at Hamilton Island. Photo: Ken Butti Out on the water an equally intriguing... Read more
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The Age
Private Sydney: Yachties, celebrities, salty sea dogs and silvertails come out to play at Audi Hamilton Island Race Weekis happily single, taking a break from her psychology studies, enjoying life an
Private Sydney: Yachties, celebrities, salty sea dogs and silvertails come out to play at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
is happily single, taking a break from her psychology studies, enjoying life and contemplating where her future lies. Ian Stewart and Francesca Packer Barham at Hamilton Island. Photo: Ken Butti Out on the water an equally intriguing... Read more
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WA Today
Private Sydney: Yachties, celebrities, salty sea dogs and silvertails come out to play at Audi Hamilton Island Race Weekis happily single, taking a break from her psychology studies, enjoying life an
Private Sydney: Yachties, celebrities, salty sea dogs and silvertails come out to play at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week
WA Today / Posted 30 days ago
is happily single, taking a break from her psychology studies, enjoying life and contemplating where her future lies. Ian Stewart and Francesca Packer Barham at Hamilton Island. Photo: Ken Butti Out on the water an equally intriguing... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Private Sydney: Yachties, celebrities, salty sea dogs and silvertails come out to play at Audi Hamilton Island Race Weekis happily single, taking a break from her psychology studies, enjoying life an
Private Sydney: Yachties, celebrities, salty sea dogs and silvertails come out to play at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week
Brisbane Times / Posted 30 days ago
is happily single, taking a break from her psychology studies, enjoying life and contemplating where her future lies. Ian Stewart and Francesca Packer Barham at Hamilton Island. Photo: Ken Butti Out on the water an equally intriguing... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Private Sydney: Yachties, celebrities, salty sea dogs and silvertails come out to play at Audi Hamilton Island Race Weekis happily single, taking a break from her psychology studies, enjoying life an
Private Sydney: Yachties, celebrities, salty sea dogs and silvertails come out to play at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
is happily single, taking a break from her psychology studies, enjoying life and contemplating where her future lies. Ian Stewart and Francesca Packer Barham at Hamilton Island. Photo: Ken Butti Out on the water an equally intriguing... Read more
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SKY News
Household Spending Buoyed Economy Before EU Votedespite widespread expectations of a decline following a disappointing performa
Household Spending Buoyed Economy Before EU Vote
SKY News / Posted a month ago
despite widespread expectations of a decline following a disappointing performance in the first three months of the year. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the figures bode well for the British economy going forward. "Household... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyturnaround from last month, the index saw its highest monthly bounce since Febr
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
North-West Evening Mail / Posted a month ago
turnaround from last month, the index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyturnaround from last month, the index saw its highest monthly bounce since Febr
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Croydon Guardian / Posted a month ago
turnaround from last month, the index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household... Read more
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heraldscotland
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyturnaround from last month, the index saw its highest monthly bounce since Febr
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
heraldscotland / Posted a month ago
turnaround from last month, the index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyturnaround from last month, the index saw its highest monthly bounce since Febr
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted a month ago
turnaround from last month, the index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household... Read more
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