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TribLIVE
Tenaska agrees to provide pollution information on proposed South Huntingdon plantA Pittsburgh-based environmental group has reached a settlement with the state
Tenaska agrees to provide pollution information on proposed South Huntingdon plant
TribLIVE / Posted 16 minutes ago
A Pittsburgh-based environmental group has reached a settlement with the state and the Nebraska company proposing to build a $500 million natural gas-fueled power plant in South Huntingdon that will result in more information about the pollution to... Read more
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WESH 2 Orlando
Couple charged in high speed police pursuitAngela: WESH 2'S CLAIRE METZ REPORTS, IT ALL STARTED WHEN THE PAIR WAS SPOTTED
Couple charged in high speed police pursuit
WESH 2 Orlando / Posted 2 hours ago
Angela: WESH 2'S CLAIRE METZ REPORTS, IT ALL STARTED WHEN THE PAIR WAS SPOTTED WITHOUT SEATBELTS. THEY WERE NOT STOPPING. THEY HAD A TOTAL DISREGARD. Reporter: POLICE IN PONCE INLET SAID THE SUSPECTS HAD TO STOP AFTER THEY CRASHED A GREEN PICKUP... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Vipers chase back-back titlesSouthern Suburbs Vipers are chasing back-to-back Illawarra Premier League title
Vipers chase back-back titles
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
Southern Suburbs Vipers are chasing back-to-back Illawarra Premier League titles, while Wests Titans are plotting a stunning upset in Saturday’s grand final at Berkeley Stadium. Southern Suburbs Vipers are chasing back-to-back Illawarra Premier... Read more
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heraldscotland
Around 40 jobs at risk as Chinese competition takes toll on Glasgow furniture firmNoting production of furniture sold under brands like Relaxateeze will move to
Around 40 jobs at risk as Chinese competition takes toll on Glasgow furniture firm
heraldscotland / Posted 4 hours ago
Noting production of furniture sold under brands like Relaxateeze will move to Lancashire, Mr Morris said: “It was because of the Chinese costs that we wanted to do something.” He added: “I feel terribly sad that the western world cannot make... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) Board members announcedTwo new Board members have been announced for the Museum of Transport and Techn
Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) Board members announced
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 5 hours ago
Two new Board members have been announced for the Museum of Transport and Technology Board (MOTAT). The new board members will bring a range of experience to the MOTAT Board. Regional Facilities Auckland (RFA) is responsible for making a... Read more
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Independent
Pharmaceutical firms spend €40m a year for 'privileged access' to EU decision-makersThe industry now spends at least €40m annually – 15 times more than NGOs and co
Pharmaceutical firms spend €40m a year for 'privileged access' to EU decision-makers
Independent / Posted 5 hours ago
The industry now spends at least €40m annually – 15 times more than NGOs and consumer groups, according to estimates – as representatives from “big pharma” enjoy a “staggering” number of meetings with European Commission departments and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Former All Black eyes new direction in blue of policeBLACK TO BLUE: Former All Black Glen Osborne hopes to join the police. A_090711
Former All Black eyes new direction in blue of police
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
BLACK TO BLUE: Former All Black Glen Osborne hopes to join the police. A_090711WCBRCSORU13 Former All Black Glen Osborne is bidding to join the police force - at the age of 44. Osborne, a Wanganui rugby representative before going on to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Jeremy Corbyn : Why it's time to talk about our ageing societyIncreasing the state pension age to 68 does not recognise this reality. It will
Jeremy Corbyn : Why it's time to talk about our ageing society
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
Increasing the state pension age to 68 does not recognise this reality. It will mean that those who have worked in well-paid jobs with good pensions will continue to take early retirement, while lower-paid workers with the least savings will have to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Jeremy Corbyn: Manual workers in 'physically demanding jobs' should be allowed to retire earlyHe also called for social care provision to be brought into the NHS – one of hi
Jeremy Corbyn: Manual workers in 'physically demanding jobs' should be allowed to retire early
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
He also called for social care provision to be brought into the NHS – one of his leadership rivals Andy Burnham's flagship policies. The state pension age will rise to 67 by 2026 and 68 by 2044, though remains subject to review every five years. Mr... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Chico and The ManNewsroom wags here at The Intelligencer will tell you this reporter admired Al
Chico and The Man
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 5 hours ago
Newsroom wags here at The Intelligencer will tell you this reporter admired Al Arbour mainly because he played defence in the NHL while wearing glasses. It's true. I did admire Arbour. But not just because he patrolled an NHL blueline with a set of... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Things to do in and around GreenwichFor the latest events and activities happening in Greenwich, turn to For the Re
Things to do in and around Greenwich
Greenwich Time / Posted 5 hours ago
For the latest events and activities happening in Greenwich, turn to For the Record. To have your event included, submit a description, date, time, price and contact information. Photos are welcome. Drop us an email about your latest goings-on at... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
BREAKING: 2-old boy shot in chest diesChannel 11's Pamela Osborne has learned that a 2-year-old boy was fatally shot
BREAKING: 2-old boy shot in chest dies
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 6 hours ago
Channel 11's Pamela Osborne has learned that a 2-year-old boy was fatally shot in the chest Tuesday afternoon in Pittsburgh's Fineview neighborhood. According to emergency dispatchers, the shooting was reported inside an apartment in the 1600 block... Read more
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WYMT TV News First
WKYT, Kentucky Blood Center team up for Big Blue Blood DriveLEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - WKYT and Kentucky Blood Center are teaming up for the
WKYT, Kentucky Blood Center team up for Big Blue Blood Drive
WYMT TV News First / Posted 6 hours ago
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - WKYT and Kentucky Blood Center are teaming up for the WKYT Big Blue Blood Drive from noon until 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 2. “The community’s blood supply is down from this time last year. With help from other community... Read more
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Bankrate.com
Retiring behind barsThe aging prison population poses a dilemma to taxpayers. The number of inmate
Retiring behind bars
Bankrate.com / Posted 6 hours ago
The aging prison population poses a dilemma to taxpayers. The number of inmates in the Federal Bureau of Prisons who are older than 50 is escalating rapidly as baby boomer prisoners age, resulting in a huge expense to taxpayers who, arguably, gain... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Walking for the murdered and missingA warm welcome was in place on Thursday for a group of First Nations walkers wh
Walking for the murdered and missing
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 7 hours ago
A warm welcome was in place on Thursday for a group of First Nations walkers who made their way from Norway House and Winnipeg, Man., across Saskatchewan and Alberta to Williams Lake en route to Prince Rupert. The walk is for missing and murdered... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Clark County grand jury indictmentsAndrew Wilson, Clark County Prosecuting Attorney, reports that the Clark County
Clark County grand jury indictments
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
Andrew Wilson, Clark County Prosecuting Attorney, reports that the Clark County grand jury met Monday and the following indictments were returned: •Jon N. Johnson, 29, 823 W. Pleasant St., aggravated possession of drugs. •Terrance L. Burton, 35,... Read more
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WWNY - WNYF Watertown
City Council Candidates: Cody HorbaczThis is Cody Horbacz's second try to become a member of Watertown's city counci
City Council Candidates: Cody Horbacz
WWNY - WNYF Watertown / Posted 8 hours ago
This is Cody Horbacz's second try to become a member of Watertown's city council. He ran two years and lost to incumbents. This time, there are no incumbents in the race and he faces five political newcomers in the September 10 primary. He was... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Labour deputy hopeful Stella Creasy issues devolution warning to Greater Manchester's leadersDeputy Labour leadership contender Stella Creasy has warned Greater Manchester
Labour deputy hopeful Stella Creasy issues devolution warning to Greater Manchester's leaders
Manchester Evening News / Posted 9 hours ago
Deputy Labour leadership contender Stella Creasy has warned Greater Manchester ‘cannot take its foot off the pedal’ as it continues to grow under its historic devolution deal. But she commended Greater Manchester leaders for holding the government... Read more
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chroniclelive
North East devolution: Bid will be ready for Treasury deadlineRegional leaders say the North East’s bid for devolved powers will be ready in
North East devolution: Bid will be ready for Treasury deadline
chroniclelive / Posted 9 hours ago
Regional leaders say the North East’s bid for devolved powers will be ready in time for the Government’s deadline and is to centre on boosting skills, transport and job creation. Civil servants have been in the region over the last month discussing... Read more
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Western Advocate
Fractured hopes: CYMS prop to miss grand finalHOSTING a third Group 10 grand final day in six years, Orange CYMS are favourit
Fractured hopes: CYMS prop to miss grand final
Western Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
HOSTING a third Group 10 grand final day in six years, Orange CYMS are favourites to claim their fourth premier league title in the same time period, but the green and golds will have to do so without prop Logan Pocklington. BAD BREAK: CYMS star... Read more
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Independent
Scotland to spend £100m in the next year to 'mitigate harm' caused by Tory welfare cutsIn a rebuke to Chancellor George Osborne and Work and Pensions Secretary Iain D
Scotland to spend £100m in the next year to 'mitigate harm' caused by Tory welfare cuts
Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
In a rebuke to Chancellor George Osborne and Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith, the Scottish First Minister said her Government would use its newly devolved welfare powers to abolish the bedroom tax and replace the “discredited” Work... Read more
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Independent
Scotland to introduce national primary school tests to 'close gap between rich and poor pupils'The new tests will be taken by pupils in primaries one, four and seven, as well
Scotland to introduce national primary school tests to 'close gap between rich and poor pupils'
Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
The new tests will be taken by pupils in primaries one, four and seven, as well as those in their third year of secondary school, and will focus on basic literacy and numeracy. They will be piloted in some schools next year before being rolled out... Read more
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Independent
The chart that shows how George Osborne is almost certainly going to be our next Prime MinisterThe latest poll of Conservative party members shows the Chancellor has a massiv
The chart that shows how George Osborne is almost certainly going to be our next Prime Minister
Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
The latest poll of Conservative party members shows the Chancellor has a massive 15 per cent lead over his closest rival, Sajid Javid. Meanwhile the two candidates who have long been tipped to stand in Mr Osborne's way of succeeding Mr Cameron as... Read more
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Independent
Rupert Murdoch dropping in on Nicola Sturgeon interview was unexpected, Holyrood claimsThe meeting at the Murdoch-owned Wall Street Journal, which took place in June
Rupert Murdoch dropping in on Nicola Sturgeon interview was unexpected, Holyrood claims
Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
The meeting at the Murdoch-owned Wall Street Journal, which took place in June this year, involved Scotland’s First Minister being interviewed in an editorial suite at the New York paper. Although Ms Sturgeon made public details of other individuals... Read more
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Socialist Worker
News in briefHillsborough inquests open Fresh inquests into the deaths of people who died a
News in brief
Socialist Worker / Posted 11 hours ago
Hillsborough inquests open Fresh inquests into the deaths of people who died as a result of the Hillsborough football disaster resumed on Tuesday of this week. Some 96 Liverpool fans died as a result of a crush at the Sheffield stadium in April... Read more
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Socialist Worker
Let’s take back our assets from the bossesJeremy Corbyn’s talk of nationalisation has outraged the press. He has suggeste
Let’s take back our assets from the bosses
Socialist Worker / Posted 11 hours ago
Jeremy Corbyn’s talk of nationalisation has outraged the press. He has suggested that a Labour government he heads would take major utilities back into public ownership. This includes the railways, the big six energy companies and the national... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Nicola Sturgeon announces police review in her 'Queen's Speech'But Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Tory leader, said she was doing too little to s
Nicola Sturgeon announces police review in her 'Queen's Speech'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 hours ago
But Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Tory leader, said she was doing too little to sort out the dysfunctional police force and the SNP’s record over eight years in power meant she was sceptical that Ms Sturgeon had the “ideas and focus” on education. She... Read more
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thebee
Banks Tell Osborne Tax Hike Threatens JobsGeorge Osborne's plan to increase the tax burden on Britain's fastest-growing b
Banks Tell Osborne Tax Hike Threatens Jobs
thebee / Posted 12 hours ago
George Osborne's plan to increase the tax burden on Britain's fastest-growing banks may threaten their plans to create thousands of new jobs, the industry will warn ahead of a showdown with the Treasury next week. Sky News has obtained a draft copy... Read more
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ESPN
C.O. Brocato, longtime scout for Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans, dies at 85NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- C.O. Brocato, an influential scout for the Houston Oilers a
C.O. Brocato, longtime scout for Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans, dies at 85
ESPN / Posted 12 hours ago
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- C.O. Brocato, an influential scout for the Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans for decades, passed away in Arlington, Texas, early Tuesday. He was 85. The Titans named their draft room after Brocato in April. He taught dozens of... Read more
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Mashable
IFA 2015: What to expectIFA, the Berlin, Germany-based consumer electronics trade show seems to have co
IFA 2015: What to expect
Mashable / Posted 13 hours ago
IFA, the Berlin, Germany-based consumer electronics trade show seems to have come out of nowhere. In reality, it’s been around since 1924 and once boasted Albert Einstein(!) as a keynote speaker. However, a shift to more consumer-focused technology... Read more
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PC Advisor
Microsoft APC 2015: CVP Phil Sorgen: “Partnering is in our DNA” Microsoft APC 2015: CVP Phil Sorgen: “Partnering is in...
Microsoft APC 2015: CVP Phil Sorgen: “Partnering is in our DNA”
PC Advisor / Posted 14 hours ago
Microsoft APC 2015: CVP Phil Sorgen: “Partnering is in... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Thousands of Inverclyde jobs securedChancellor George Osborne visited the base yesterday to announce £500 million t
Thousands of Inverclyde jobs secured
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
Chancellor George Osborne visited the base yesterday to announce £500 million to guarantee its future until at least 2067. He said this would secure 6,700 jobs and create thousands more. Mr Osborne said money will be spent on ship lifts, sea walls,... Read more
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SUR in English
The UK Budget - Implications For Expatriates. Surinenglish.comIt is always advisable for British expatriates to keep an eye on UK budgets. Th
The UK Budget - Implications For Expatriates. Surinenglish.com
SUR in English / Posted 16 hours ago
It is always advisable for British expatriates to keep an eye on UK budgets. They are often affected by tax changes in the UK, even though they live in Spain. The 2015 Summer Budget contained a few reforms that could have considerable impact on your... Read more
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Evening Standard
Tory MP warns Cameron of rebellion over Sunday tradingThe Government was today warned by a Conservative MP that it faced a humiliatin
Tory MP warns Cameron of rebellion over Sunday trading
Evening Standard / Posted 16 hours ago
The Government was today warned by a Conservative MP that it faced a humiliating defeat if ministers tried to force through George Osborne’s extended Sunday trading plan. David Burrowes said proposals in the Chancellor’s budget would hit a wall of... Read more
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Accountancy Age
Analysis: Brits could take heed from Aussie buy-to-let tax concernsWHEN GEORGE OSBORNE delivered his emergency Budget in July, there were some nas
Analysis: Brits could take heed from Aussie buy-to-let tax concerns
Accountancy Age / Posted 16 hours ago
WHEN GEORGE OSBORNE delivered his emergency Budget in July, there were some nasty surprises for the country's estimated two million landlords. Osborne outlined plans to reduce the amount of tax relief buy-to-let landlords can claim for the mortgage... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
EU has opened doors to 'biblical' migration exodus, says Nigel FarageBritain must take 10,000 refugees Yvette Cooper says as she accuses David Camer
EU has opened doors to 'biblical' migration exodus, says Nigel Farage
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
Britain must take 10,000 refugees Yvette Cooper says as she accuses David Cameron of an "immoral" response to the migrant crisis. The Labour leadership candidate blamed ministers of "political cowardice" and described Britain's net migration target... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
In new location, LICC food pantry adjusting to smaller sizeAfter moving to a smaller location on Roanoke Avenue, the Long Island Council o
In new location, LICC food pantry adjusting to smaller size
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 17 hours ago
After moving to a smaller location on Roanoke Avenue, the Long Island Council of Churches food pantry in Riverhead is focusing on offering more food and fewer bulky household items to its clients. In December, the pantry’s leaders learned their old... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Muller releases proposed 2016 Lehigh County budgetSticking to a pledge he made early this year, Lehigh County Executive Thomas Mu
Muller releases proposed 2016 Lehigh County budget
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 18 hours ago
Sticking to a pledge he made early this year, Lehigh County Executive Thomas Muller is proposing a 2016 county budget with no tax increase. Muller presented his $382.5-million budget Monday afternoon in the Cedarbrook nursing home in South Whitehall... Read more
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Independent
Living wage dodgers will faces fines under new Government rulesA new unit will be set up at HM Revenue Customs to seek out employers trying to
Living wage dodgers will faces fines under new Government rules
Independent / Posted 18 hours ago
A new unit will be set up at HM Revenue Customs to seek out employers trying to dodge the new minimum pay rules. Employers could then face fines and other penalties, such as disqualification from being a company director for 15 years. David Cameron,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The end game comes to TamworthTAMWORTH District Cricket Association welcomes seven cricket teams to the city
The end game comes to Tamworth
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 hours ago
TAMWORTH District Cricket Association welcomes seven cricket teams to the city on Sunday for the McDonald’s Country Shield and Plate Finals, wishing them the best of luck and fortune while also celebrating the chance for its Second XI to win a first... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Let Elizabeth reign until the end – then stop this charade | Polly ToynbeeLong to reign over us – that old incantation has worked, so next week the Queen
Let Elizabeth reign until the end – then stop this charade | Polly Toynbee
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 19 hours ago
Long to reign over us – that old incantation has worked, so next week the Queen’s reign becomes the longest ever. She overtakes Victoria, who kept going for 63 years, seven months and two days. That’s all they need do – stay alive, procreate and do... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Cameron promises tough fines for not paying minimum wageBritain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to guests at an event to promote
Cameron promises tough fines for not paying minimum wage
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 20 hours ago
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to guests at an event to promote investment in the north of England in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 30, 2015. LONDON British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Tuesday he would introduce tough fines... Read more
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Scotsman
Scotland Bill: Sturgeon to use powers ‘creatively’ First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will outline her legislative programme as MSPs
Scotland Bill: Sturgeon to use powers ‘creatively’
Scotsman / Posted 20 hours ago
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will outline her legislative programme as MSPs return to Holyrood. Picture: Lisa Ferguson NICOLA Sturgeon will today set out how she plans to use new powers that are... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Nicola Sturgeon warned not to increase income tax in her 'Queen's Speech'The First Minister will outline her vision for the coming decade and “demonstra
Nicola Sturgeon warned not to increase income tax in her 'Queen's Speech'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 hours ago
The First Minister will outline her vision for the coming decade and “demonstrate” how she intends to use a swathe of new powers over welfare, taxation and employment that are being devolved following the independence referendum. Scottish ministers... Read more
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Oxford Mail
North Leigh maintain super start with victory at Didcot TownNORTH Leigh continued their unbeaten start to the season as they came from behi
North Leigh maintain super start with victory at Didcot Town
Oxford Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
NORTH Leigh continued their unbeaten start to the season as they came from behind to beat Didcot Town 3-2 in Evo-Stik Southern League Division 1 South & West. The first half was a feisty affair and Didcot went ahead when Matty Woodley's corner was... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Osborne warned over Spending Review pressures on councils Chancellor George Osborne has been urged to bear in mind the issues facing lo
Osborne warned over Spending Review pressures on councils
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 22 hours ago
Chancellor George Osborne has been urged to bear in mind the issues facing local councils when finalising the Spending Review Councils have warned Chancellor George Osborne that key local... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Culture minister was picked 'to be hard on the BBC'Mr Cameron reportedly told Mr Whittingdale, who as chairman of the Commons cult
Culture minister was picked 'to be hard on the BBC'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 22 hours ago
Mr Cameron reportedly told Mr Whittingdale, who as chairman of the Commons culture select committee had regularly criticised the BBC, to “sort out” the corporation. BBC chiefs have repeatedly spoken out about a Government desire to cut the size of... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Patents filed by Central Florida inventors last weekA utility patent protects how something works and what it does. Central Florida
Patents filed by Central Florida inventors last week
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 23 hours ago
A utility patent protects how something works and what it does. Central Florida inventors who have recently received utility patents include: John A. Minatelli, Mount Dora; W. Stephen Hill, Ocala; and Rudi E. Moerck, Sanford. Composition and method... Read more
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Daily Record
Just call George the Chancer of the ExchequerA series of announcements made on a visit to Scotland yesterday used more smoke
Just call George the Chancer of the Exchequer
Daily Record / Posted 23 hours ago
A series of announcements made on a visit to Scotland yesterday used more smoke, mirrors and diversions than your average Vaudeville act. All were illusory politics. In terms of the overall expenditure on the Trident replacement , this is a tiny... Read more
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Daily Record
North Sea unions blast chancellor's smokescreen jobs boost newsBut he was rounded on by union chiefs who estimate as many as 12,000 people in
North Sea unions blast chancellor's smokescreen jobs boost news
Daily Record / Posted 23 hours ago
But he was rounded on by union chiefs who estimate as many as 12,000 people in the oil and gas industry have lost their jobs since the oil price started to plunge last year, with fears there will be thousands more. Jake Molloy, regional organiser... Read more
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