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2015/04/20 22:37
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Neil Moore, 28, was on remand at Wandsworth Prison, south-west London for fraud offences, when he sent a message to wardens designed to look like it was from a court clerk manager at “Southwalk Crown...
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2015/04/20 17:48
2015/04/20 17:48
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A thieving son fleeced his dying mother out of more than £50,000 and blew it on gambling and treats. David Rylance was appointed to look after the financial affairs of Margaret Rylance when she was...
2015/04/20 16:45
2015/04/20 16:45
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MONDAY MARKET CLOSE: London cheered by Chinese stimulus Miners were back in focus amid relief that Beijing has stepped up stimulus efforts on the back of concerns of a slowdown in the world’s...
2015/04/20 13:56
2015/04/20 13:56
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THE first leg of a charity sporting tour bidding to raise more than £100,000 will pass through Widnes. The Sports Tour Of Britain will kick off on Wednesday, April 22, at Goodison Park in Liverpool...
2015/04/20 12:13
2015/04/20 12:13
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As an opener, there is a choice of “stronger economy, fairer society, opportunity for everyone”, “strong leadership, a clear economic plan, a brighter, more secure future” or “a plan to reward hard...
2015/04/20 11:56
2015/04/20 11:56
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Overnight Media Digest * Jon Corzine, the embattled former MF Global Holdings chief executive, has discussed plans to start his own hedge fund in recent months, according to people familiar with the...
2015/04/20 10:13
2015/04/20 10:13
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... we call them. There are no border controls for these immigrants, no one-out-one-in policy, no visas and — forget the bogus language schools — any UK citizen is entitled to invite as many to...
2015/04/20 09:26
2015/04/20 09:26
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David Cameron and Ed Miliband are engaged in frantic a hearts-and-minds battle for voters as the race for No 10 remains too close to call. With the polls deadlocked, the Prime Minister issued a...
2015/04/20 08:51
2015/04/20 08:51
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Shell boosted payouts by 16 per csnt Payouts to stockholders on an underlying basis are projected to come in at £84.1billion, 6.4 per cent higher than last year and the biggest figure since 2012,...
2015/04/20 08:28
2015/04/20 08:28
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Lloyds has publicly thrown its weight behind the Conservative Party's plans to sell billions of pounds worth of shares in the bank at a discount to private retail investors, if the Tories are returned...
2015/04/20 07:27
2015/04/20 07:27
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A branch of Lloyds Bank is seen in the City of London December 16, 2014. LONDON (Reuters) - Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) said it would support plans by Britain's Conservative party to sell shares in...
2015/04/20 05:31
2015/04/20 05:31
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The Government is backing a scheme to steer Liverpool youngsters away from gang culture and set them up in business. PowerUP Liverpool was launched by the Minister for Civil Society, Rob Wilson, and...
2015/04/20 05:09
2015/04/20 05:09
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The Lloyds sale is also a reminder of several Conservative principles: businesses are better run when government gets out of the way; and private individuals benefit from taking a share in business,...
2015/04/20 02:09
2015/04/20 02:09
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That was in 2008, and you'd like to think that for the ordinary saver things have got better. The near-revolution in banking that followed the crash was meant to bring in an era of transparency and...
2015/04/20 01:37
2015/04/20 01:37
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Analysts said it was a far more expensive option than the current programme of selling shares to City institutions. However, the Conservatives see it as a vote-winning way of reigniting the flame of...
2015/04/19 21:55
2015/04/19 21:55
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The latest news from the British election campaign is that the weekend opinion polls cancelled each other out. One gives the Conservatives a four-point lead; another has Labour ahead by three points....
2015/04/19 20:09
2015/04/19 20:09
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However, he cautioned that because investors can already buy Lloyds shares in the market, it might be harder to drum up Tell Sid-style levels of interest. The Government has already cut its stake in...
2015/04/19 08:51
2015/04/19 08:51
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The BBC have come under fire following the debate on Thursday night The Conservatives have long held the view that Auntie cannot be trusted on impartiality. From its hyperbolic coverage of the...
2015/04/19 08:35
2015/04/19 08:35
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Cameron offers cut-price Lloyds shares if Tories win election Small investors will be offered the chance to buy up to £4 billion worth of Lloyds bank shares at below-market prices if the...
2015/04/19 04:23
2015/04/19 04:23
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THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES Labour leader Ed Miliband has appealed for the support of disaffected Tory voters, saying he is on "the centre ground of politics". :: The Sunday Times Buckingham Palace...
2015/04/20 22:37
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