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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...
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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...
2014/08/17 21:45
2014/08/17 21:45
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The SNP wants to protect the NHS here, while the coalition is destroying it over the Border, writes Lesley Riddoch Alex Salmond will announce a new Declaration of Arbroath today, pledging to protect...
2014/08/16 08:50
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China to audit government land income in corruption fight - paper BEIJING (Reuters) - China will conduct a nationwide audit of government land sales and related deals that may shed light on...
2014/08/14 11:35
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How has Universal Credit uptake hit a ten-month low?Enterprise Applicationsby Joe Curtis| 14 August 2014Roll out is reaching the lowest number of claimants since last summer, latest figures show. The...
2014/08/13 13:42
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Home Office awards £3.8m biometric card contract to ThalesIT Servicesby Joe Curtis| 13 August 2014The contract will support production of Biometric Residency Permits for non-EU foreign nationals. The...
2014/08/13 05:16
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... called on the Government to act on a controversial jobs search website “before more people get ripped off”. Mr Field said the National Audit Office (NAO) had recently agreed to his request for an...
2014/08/11 07:29
2014/08/11 07:29
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AMID huge discoveries of natural gas and ongoing exploration for oil in the country, the National Audit Office (NAOT) is currently undergoing organisational structure towards establishment of a...
2014/08/07 13:48
2014/08/07 13:48
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A BBC technology chief who took the fall for the Corporation's failed £100m Digital Media Initiative was unfairly dismissed, an employment tribunal has ruled.. The tribunal that found that the BBC...
2014/08/07 12:23
2014/08/07 12:23
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But all this year, Channel 4 News has been looking into problems on the site, which is plagued with bogus, duplicated or inappropriate job ads. 'No formal guidance' Now, we have exclusively obtained...
2014/08/07 05:01
2014/08/07 05:01
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A human resources director at a Wirral hospital who left with a payout of up to £205,000 has got a new job with Fazakerley Hospital. Sue Green was suspended by Wirral University Teaching Hospital...
2014/08/06 07:29
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Nairobi — The Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA) on Tuesday moved to court seeking nullification of the just concluded tainted exercise of recruiting 10,000 new officers. In the suit...
2014/08/05 07:18
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Press Release Press Releases New figures show the threat posed by another five years of the Tories: David Cameron set to double number of working people claiming housing benefit by 2018 In nine...
2014/08/04 11:57
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Government 'must do more' to support low-carbon technologies Bridging the Valley of Death: The Committee says new sustainable technologies sometimes need help to bring products to market The...
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