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2014/09/01 06:50
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China's parliament authorises local governments to issue bonds SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's parliament has formally approved changes to the budget law allowing local governments to issue bonds...
2014/09/01 06:50
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2014/09/01 06:41
2014/09/01 06:41
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A royal commission report into the former Rudd government's $2.8 billion home insulation program found a "litany of failures arising from a dysfunctional culture in the former administration", Prime...
2014/08/29 17:42
2014/08/29 17:42
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Socialism lives in Britain, but only for the rich: the rules of capitalism are for the rest of us. The ideology of the modern establishment, of course, abhors the state. The state is framed as an...
2014/08/28 18:53
2014/08/28 18:53
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Tesco meat ‘closer to home’ pledge THE boss of Tesco has vowed to bring meat production “closer to home” and work much more closely with British farmers as part of a raft of changes in response to...
2014/08/28 00:55
2014/08/28 00:55
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A Chinese government probe into current and former executives at a Volkswagen AG joint venture isn't tied to an antitrust investigation into foreign auto makers, according to the auto maker and its...
2014/08/27 16:16
2014/08/27 16:16
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China has rolled out its most wide ranging fiscal reforms since 1994. Why does the central government want to rein in local and regional government (LRG) debt? The rapid growth in LRG debt over the...
2014/08/27 05:56
2014/08/27 05:56
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SHANGHAI: Chinese authorities are investigating the president of Hong Kong blue-chip stock China Resources Power, the company said, as a corruption probe into its state-owned parent expands....
2014/08/24 17:35
2014/08/24 17:35
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The Fry-Up pie contains 600-800 calories(Picture: Cascade News) The Ninewells Hospital has caused outrage after it was found that a shop on its premise was selling a pie so calorific it has been...
2014/08/24 03:09
2014/08/24 03:09
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The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) has estimated that more than 34,000 jobs have gone from HMRC since 2005, while staff have also taken industrial action recently over more losses. In...
2014/08/22 00:37
2014/08/22 00:37
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The MoD press team has clearly been told to keep quiet about Bechtel and CH2M Hill winning these “managed service provider” roles, issuing nothing bar a banal formal comment saying that any deals...
2014/08/21 11:24
2014/08/21 11:24
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After months of skirting around the question, we’ve been given a good glimpse of what Ukip’s 2015 general election manifesto will look like. In an interview with Prospect magazine, Tim Aker, Ukip MEP...
2014/08/21 08:30
2014/08/21 08:30
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THE Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission is investigating the Wajir county over procurement of cars and other equipment worth more than Sh296 million. Documents seen by the Star show the county...
2014/08/20 18:37
2014/08/20 18:37
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The Society Foundation Network, which ran the Big Society Network, is being probed by the Charity Commission following several failed projects. The Network was also investigated by the National Audit...
2014/08/20 10:52
2014/08/20 10:52
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Newham CCG chair and GP Dr Zuhair Zarifa explains out-of-hours GP service Dr Zuhair Zarifa, Chairman of Newham Clincal Commissioning Group and GP Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Getting speedy medical...
2014/08/19 11:34
2014/08/19 11:34
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Did Gov ministers try to hide Universal Credit failings?by Joe Curtis| 19 August 2014MPs say there must be greater transparency into benefits IT system project. A Government body tried to hide...
2014/08/19 09:48
2014/08/19 09:48
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North East councils have been picked to pilot an expansion of the Government’s scheme to help “troubled families”. They were chosen for the because they are among authorities which have been...
2014/08/19 07:13
2014/08/19 07:13
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In a disastrous ruling for the Government, an arbitration panel found ministers failed to follow proper processes before cancelling a £750m contract with Raytheon to deliver the “e-borders programme”,...
2014/08/19 06:42
2014/08/19 06:42
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In June, my daughter attended a demonstration outside the houses of parliament. Sarah, who has Down's syndrome, travelled by coach from Somerset with fellow students and staff from her college, where...
2014/08/18 12:13
2014/08/18 12:13
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New figures show that criminal “Mr Bigs” are repaying only £1 in every £6 that they owe to taxpayers. The statistics — obtained using the Freedom of Information Act — show that major fraudsters and...
2014/08/18 05:20
2014/08/18 05:20
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Fares for passengers using South Wales mainline rail services could rise when new trains are introduced, experts have warned. New trains for the Paddington line will cost more than twice as much to...
2014/09/01 06:50
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