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2014/12/21 11:17
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The Government’s Work Programme STOPS people getting back to work. A survey by mental health charity Mind found 83% of those who lost their jobs due to mental illness got worse on the scheme. Three...
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2014/12/21 11:17
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AUSTRALIAN Federal Police officers will be asked to investigate dodgy childcare services, as the Federal Government escalates its compliance action amid concerns about the scale of suspect childcare...
2014/12/21 07:08
2014/12/21 07:08
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The following are the top stories in the national and international press today. The Sunday Times of Malta says a review of Malta’s detention policy held following the death of two migrants in...
2014/12/20 17:08
2014/12/20 17:08
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The University of Malta runs the risk of not paying employees every four weeks because of a strained cash flow caused by delayed government payments. The dire situation was highlighted by the...
2014/12/20 08:08
2014/12/20 08:08
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The University of Malta runs the risk of not paying employees every four weeks because of a strained cash flow caused by delayed government payments. The dire situation was highlighted by the...
2014/12/18 23:17
2014/12/18 23:17
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A report into Royal Mail’s botched privatisation has been branded a cover-up by critics. Former City Minister Lord Myners was asked by the Government to look into last year’s controversial...
2014/12/18 22:09
2014/12/18 22:09
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A quarter of all spending goes on local government and minsiters say they must continue to take some of the strain of austerity measures. The National Audit Office warns that by 2018 local government...
2014/12/18 08:12
2014/12/18 08:12
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The federal auditor-general has been called on to investigate the Abbott government's funding of the controversial East West Link. The federal auditor-general has been called on to investigate the...
2014/12/17 18:55
2014/12/17 18:55
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The New Homes Bonus, the government’s flagship policy on housing supply, is listing badly. Does it deserve to stay afloat? Labour has pledged to scrap the policy introduced by Grant Shapps as a...
2014/12/17 17:59
2014/12/17 17:59
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The Treasury is to sell off a stake of up to 5% in Lloyds Banking Group over the next six months raising about £3 billion. Taxpayers still own 25% of the group, which also includes Halifax, after its...
2014/12/17 12:53
2014/12/17 12:53
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Parents made £7.3 million of overpayments in child maintenance last year following flawed Government assessments of their cases, a public spending watchdog has said. Official errors also accounted...
2014/12/17 10:55
2014/12/17 10:55
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Payoffs and value for money (VfM) are two areas where associations get a poor press and ‘enjoy’ a poor reputation with government, says Julian Ashby A formal evaluation of the help to buy equity...
2014/12/17 09:48
2014/12/17 09:48
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Australian prime minister Tony Abbott has revealed he did not speak to the gunman in the Sydney cafe siege on police advice, as he announced an urgent review into the self-styled cleric's handling by...
2014/12/17 06:53
2014/12/17 06:53
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A £2.7 billion fund to improve public health is not always being spent where it is most needed, according to a watchdog. Records of how the cash has been allocated by some local authorities are also...
2014/12/16 21:35
2014/12/16 21:35
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If Universal Credit were made into a Hollywood rom-com, you just know that Margaret Hodge and Robert Devereux would be the central characters. Thrust into repeated opposition on different sides of a...
2014/12/16 20:53
2014/12/16 20:53
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The 7th Meeting of ASOSAI in Tehran Hamid Javani, Press TV, Tehran Corruption. A major problem that occurs at all levels of society, from local and national governments, civil society, judiciary...
2014/12/16 07:06
2014/12/16 07:06
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A former ally of China’s disgraced railway chief was sentenced to 20 years in prison and fined 2.5 billion yuan ($403 million) for paying bribes and engaging in illegal business, a Beijing court...
2014/12/12 19:43
2014/12/12 19:43
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Manila sea level rose 2.7 feet since 1959 HAPPISBURGH - Bryony Nierop-Reading has what she calls a million-dollar view from her clifftop property in east England, looking out over North Sea swells...
2014/12/11 19:51
2014/12/11 19:51
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When you remove the number of people emigrating, Office for National Statistics figures show that 583,000 people came here. EU immigration is at its highest ever, up to 228,000 from a previous figure...
2014/12/11 19:37
2014/12/11 19:37
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Among others granted citizenship were people who had entered the country illegally, were working illegally or had a history of absconding. The new blow to the Home Secretary’s reputation on...
2014/12/21 11:17
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