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2014/07/25 23:37
2014/07/25 23:37
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He is “dainty”, “pixie-like”, “lightweight” and “with the figure of a size zero model”, according to the loaded barbs in the right-wing diary columns and leader pages. But Davis will not be...
2014/07/25 23:37
2014/07/25 23:37
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2014/07/25 14:36
2014/07/25 14:36
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BBC News - UK economy: Why aren't I feeling better? For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page This morning's economic growth figures confirmed...
2014/07/25 14:06
2014/07/25 14:06
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The British economy has exceeded its pre-crisis levels, the Office of National Statistics (ONS) reported today. While this is being heralded as a triumph for the government's austerity measures,...
2014/07/24 22:37
2014/07/24 22:37
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As a result, significant numbers of families have been pushed into debt, with a survey revealing that nearly 16,000 people in London alone have been referred to the bailiffs for non-payment. Under...
2014/07/24 12:48
2014/07/24 12:48
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Regional News of Thursday, 24 July 2014 Reduce size of government – IEA The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), a policy think tank, has urged the government to downsize the public sector and...
2014/07/24 11:38
2014/07/24 11:38
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Football is a sport that spans cultures around the world, one that transcends conflicts, one that anyone, in some form or another, can play. But the beautiful game is not an equal-opportunity sport,...
2014/07/23 08:53
2014/07/23 08:53
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Recently released statistics suggest that millions of poor people living across England will live nine years less as a result of “health inequality,” a report says. According to the figures released...
Read more at Press TV, Independent
2014/07/23 08:16
2014/07/23 08:16
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U.K. supermarkets may be masking the true scale of price discounting, complicating the task facing policy makers as they debate how long to keep interest rates at a record low. Under pressure from...
Read more at BusinessWeek, Bloomberg
2014/07/23 07:09
2014/07/23 07:09
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But this only explains part of the discrepancy, and the trend is clear: while the economy and the jobs market are doing much better than anybody expected, the public finances are lagging badly. The...
2014/07/22 10:36
2014/07/22 10:36
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Share this page On Friday we will have - depending on how you look at it - either the most symbolically important or the most pointless economic event of recent times. Namely, official confirmation...
2014/07/22 05:12
2014/07/22 05:12
6d
There were no rows, and so Labour’s national policy forum at the weekend made no news. Delegates gathered to thrash out policy on every issue – but they weren’t thrashing each other, unlike previous...
2014/07/20 09:53
2014/07/20 09:53
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Efforts have been made. For instance, the increase in health visitor numbers and the offer of 15 hours free childcare for disadvantaged two-year-olds. However, in the four years the coalition has been...
2014/07/17 12:13
2014/07/17 12:13
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So it should. With this week’s good job news has come fresh evidence of the squeeze on pay packets. Inflation has jumped to a five-month high. Meanwhile, the Institute for Fiscal Studies reports that...
2014/07/17 11:13
2014/07/17 11:13
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Too many young people haven’t even got on the burger-flipping rung of the employment ladder since the financial crisis erupted, which is why this week’s jobs figures offer so much encouragement...
2014/07/16 09:50
2014/07/16 09:50
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Young people bear brunt of Britain's economic woes LONDON (Reuters) - Young people in Britain saw their incomes fall almost twice as much as older people in the five years after the financial crisis,...
2014/07/16 07:09
2014/07/16 07:09
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Paul Green, director of communications at Saga, says: “The headline figures from this report are important but it’s equally important to put them in context. While on the face of it, incomes for some...
2014/07/16 06:08
2014/07/16 06:08
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Young people in Britain saw their incomes fall almost twice as much as older people in the five years after the financial crisis, according to a report published by a leading think tank...
2014/07/15 22:58
2014/07/15 22:58
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Salmond should change the terms of debate now and focus on radical plans to make Scotland better, writes George Kerevan THE leader comment in Scotland On Sunday was fair and to the point: “An...
2014/07/15 18:11
2014/07/15 18:11
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The pay gap between bosses and workers has trebled in the last 20 years. Fat cats in the top hundred companies earn 180 times as much as the average worker. Chief executives’ average salaries rose by...
2014/07/15 07:18
2014/07/15 07:18
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IFS highlights generational divide Pensioners and those close to retirement have fared better than working age people since the financial crisis, according to new research. The Institute for Fiscal...
2014/07/25 23:37
2014/07/25 23:37
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