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Manchester Evening News
Pocket Money Pitch airs on CBBCBudding young entrepreneurs will pitch their business ideas in a new BBC progra
Pocket Money Pitch airs on CBBC
Manchester Evening News / Posted 3 days ago
Budding young entrepreneurs will pitch their business ideas in a new BBC programme. Filmed at MediaCityUK, the Pocket Money Pitch is presented by BBC Breakfast Business presenter Steph McGovern. It aired on Monday, February 8 at 5.30pm on... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
'Banks want me get an online account and use contactless cards - but I refuse'They like banks that still issue chequebooks. They would rather buy their gas a
'Banks want me get an online account and use contactless cards - but I refuse'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
They like banks that still issue chequebooks. They would rather buy their gas and electricity from firms that send paper statements. And if they open a savings account, they’d like to do it by phone or post – or in the building society branch (if... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Kinnett-BurnettThe bride is the daughter of Ms. Martha Lane Puckett and Mr. John Robertson Kin
Kinnett-Burnett
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 11 days ago
The bride is the daughter of Ms. Martha Lane Puckett and Mr. John Robertson Kinnett, III of Columbus, Georgia. She is the granddaughter of Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. Ralph Puckett and Mr. John Robertson Kinnett, Jr. of Columbus, Georgia and the late Mrs.... Read more
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Evening Standard
Melanie McDonagh: Enjoy the Monet pleasures of having a gardenObviously, it was complete genius for the Royal Academy — which, let’s observe
Melanie McDonagh: Enjoy the Monet pleasures of having a garden
Evening Standard / Posted 13 days ago
Obviously, it was complete genius for the Royal Academy — which, let’s observe in passing, doesn’t receive a penny of government money — to stage its Painting the Modern Garden exhibition at the end of January. Outside, grey and more grey; inside a... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Online billing is not for everybody - especially older peopleWe are constantly pressurised into managing our affairs online – banks, energy
Online billing is not for everybody - especially older people
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
We are constantly pressurised into managing our affairs online – banks, energy firms, mobile phone companies and government departments all want us to log on to websites to communicate as we head towards a paperless society. While this may be a... Read more
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Evening Standard
Sarah Sands: The EU debate must embrace heads and heartsDespite being told to wait and see what the treaty brings us, we have broken fr
Sarah Sands: The EU debate must embrace heads and hearts
Evening Standard / Posted 16 days ago
Despite being told to wait and see what the treaty brings us, we have broken free. The European referendum debate is up and running. The SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon may want more time but those of us in the business of clinging on to reader interest reckon... Read more
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Evening Standard
Tech firms urge ministers: Relax visa rules to beat shortage of skillsMinisters were urged to ease visa rules for tech workers today amid warnings th
Tech firms urge ministers: Relax visa rules to beat shortage of skills
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
Ministers were urged to ease visa rules for tech workers today amid warnings that nine out of 10 of London’s new digital businesses are being held back by skills shortages. A plea to open the gates to talented migrants such as software writers was... Read more
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Evening Standard
Women can fix Britain's tech skills crisis, says Martha Lane FoxOne of Britain’s best known female entrepreneurs, Martha Lane Fox, has called o
Women can fix Britain's tech skills crisis, says Martha Lane Fox
Evening Standard / Posted 23 days ago
One of Britain’s best known female entrepreneurs, Martha Lane Fox, has called on the tech industry to train up women to help solve the digital skills crisis. Lane Fox, who began lastminute.com with her business partner Brent Hoberman in 1998, said... Read more

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