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Central Chronicle
CS reviews preparations for Vidhan Sabha sessionBhopal : Chief Secretary Anthony de Sa reviewed preparations being made by vari
CS reviews preparations for Vidhan Sabha session
Central Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
Bhopal : Chief Secretary Anthony de Sa reviewed preparations being made by various departments for Vidhan Sabha session to be held from February 23 here today. The session will continue till April 1. The CS undertook department-wise review of Bills... Read more
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Express and Star
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites « Express & StarPeter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors wou
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 13 hours ago
Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would take complaints made on sites including Facebook into account as part of an overhaul of the way inspections are carried out. The regulator needed to make use of "early... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
It's time for supermarket BOGOFs to bog off for goodI wish I had filmed my teenage daughter at the moment she discovered that the s
It's time for supermarket BOGOFs to bog off for good
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
I wish I had filmed my teenage daughter at the moment she discovered that the supermarket (OUR supermarket!) had been tricking us! Us! Its loyal customers! Who shop there all the time! The conversation went something like this. Me: “Can you fetch... Read more
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Gazette
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Gazette / Posted 15 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 16 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
PAC chief must say why he won’t summon Jho Low, says Kit Siang Published: 13 February 2016 12:18 PM DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang
PAC chief must say why he won’t summon Jho Low, says Kit Siang
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 16 hours ago
Published: 13 February 2016 12:18 PM DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang says Malaysians still want to know why businessman Low Taek Jho has not been summoned to testify on the... Read more
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Harrow Times
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Harrow Times / Posted 17 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Bolton News
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Bolton News / Posted 17 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Croydon Guardian / Posted 17 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 17 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 17 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 17 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Kingston Guardian / Posted 17 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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18h
Greenock Telegraph
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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This is West Country
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
This is West Country / Posted 18 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Gazette News
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Gazette News / Posted 18 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites CQC chairman Peter Wyman says social media comments could provide early intel
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
CQC chairman Peter Wyman says social media comments could provide early intelligence of possible problems Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 18 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Northern Echo
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesHe told the Daily Telegraph: "We live in a world of big data, we need to be abl
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Northern Echo / Posted 18 hours ago
He told the Daily Telegraph: "We live in a world of big data, we need to be able to capture it and analyse it intelligently. A lot of hospitals are using social media in different ways. There is great potential there to capture people's views. "It... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites « Shropshire StarPeter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors wou
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 18 hours ago
Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would take complaints made on sites including Facebook into account as part of an overhaul of the way inspections are carried out. The regulator needed to make use of "early... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Streatham Guardian / Posted 18 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Bury Times
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
Bury Times / Posted 18 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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guardian-series
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sitesPatients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS wat
Health watchdog to check care complaints on social media sites
guardian-series / Posted 18 hours ago
Patients' comments on social media about poor care could be used by the NHS watchdog to investigate hospitals, the new head of the health service regulator has said. Peter Wyman, chairman of the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said inspectors would... Read more
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Investopedia
Is Multinational Tax Avoidance at an End?Last autumn the Group of 20 major economies endorsed a package of measures to t
Is Multinational Tax Avoidance at an End?
Investopedia / Posted 22 hours ago
Last autumn the Group of 20 major economies endorsed a package of measures to tackle corporate tax avoidance, but some fear the plans left loopholes for multinationals to exploit. The issue of corporate tax and financial austerity cropped up in the... Read more
23h
Business Standard India
Google tells Parliament it won't pay 'Google Tax' in UKThe law was introduced last year amid concerns that Google and other global tec
Google tells Parliament it won't pay 'Google Tax' in UK
Business Standard India / Posted 23 hours ago
The law was introduced last year amid concerns that Google and other global tech companies were shifting profits to offshore tax havensThe law was introduced last year amid concerns that Google... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Google execs defend tax deal to UK legislatorsEMEA president Matt Brittin explains the numbers but tells legislators he didn'
Google execs defend tax deal to UK legislators
techcentral.ie / Posted yesterday
EMEA president Matt Brittin explains the numbers but tells legislators he didn't know his own salary Google executives defended the company’s recent UK tax settlement before a hostile parliamentary committee on Thursday. Last month, Google... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
AMRC Loses More Than D15 Million to DebtorsThe managing director of the Asset Management and Recovery Corporation (AMRC),
AMRC Loses More Than D15 Million to Debtors
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
The managing director of the Asset Management and Recovery Corporation (AMRC), Saikou Kujabi, has said the corporation suffered losses to the tune of D15,364,300 in 2013, which represents the list of absconded debtors. He said the debtors were... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Govt Urged to Adhere to Technicians' Advice On Domestic DebtHon. Samba Jallow, National Assembly member for Niamina Dankunku and the Minori
Govt Urged to Adhere to Technicians' Advice On Domestic Debt
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Hon. Samba Jallow, National Assembly member for Niamina Dankunku and the Minority Leader, has called on the government to adhere or take the advice of its technicians regarding domestic debt, "if not it would always continue to rise". Hon. Jallow... Read more
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Business Standard India
I told Modi to talk to Soniaji to get Congress on board: Manmohan SinghFormer Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who is known for his reticence, has spoke
I told Modi to talk to Soniaji to get Congress on board: Manmohan Singh
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who is known for his reticence, has spoken out. And he minces no words when he says that the state of the Indian economy is worrying and so is the Centre's flip-flops on Pakistan. In an interview with Jyoti... Read more
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Zero Hedge
February 12Overnight Media Digest - World powers agreed early Friday to reach a cease-fir
February 12
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
Overnight Media Digest - World powers agreed early Friday to reach a cease-fire in Syria in one week, allowing aid in but giving Russia and the Assad regime time to press an offensive that has expanded the Kremlin's clout in the... Read more
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express
'I don’t have the figure' Senior Google boss says he has NO IDEA what he earns A SENIOR boss at Google amazed MPs yesterday by claiming he did not know what
'I don’t have the figure' Senior Google boss says he has NO IDEA what he earns
express / Posted yesterday
A SENIOR boss at Google amazed MPs yesterday by claiming he did not know what he earns. Brittin (right) claims he doesn't know how much he earns Matt Brittin sparked... Read more
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Accountancy Age
HMRC denies multinationalsHMRC bosses have defended the taxman's controversial £130m settlement with Goog
HMRC denies multinationals
Accountancy Age / Posted yesterday
HMRC bosses have defended the taxman's controversial £130m settlement with Google during as MPs in the influential Public Accounts Committee claimed multinational companies were "running rings" around tax officials. Appearing before the cross-party... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Debt and Corruption in TanzaniaOn 30 November 2015, a landmark judgment saw Standard Bank fined US$25.2 millio
Debt and Corruption in Tanzania
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
On 30 November 2015, a landmark judgment saw Standard Bank fined US$25.2 million and ordered to pay the government of Tanzania US$7 million in compensation for allegedly failing to prevent bribery. Nick Branson considers whether this level of... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Business news in brief30-year mortgage rate drops to 3.65% WASHINGTON -- Average long-term U.S. mort
Business news in brief
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
30-year mortgage rate drops to 3.65% WASHINGTON -- Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell this week for the sixth-straight week as markets around the globe continued the whipsaw trading that has marked this year so far. Mortgage buyer Freddie... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Head of Google in Europe grilled by UK lawmakersThe hearing Thursday comes amid public anger over a tax settlement the company
Head of Google in Europe grilled by UK lawmakers
Tribune Chronicle / Posted yesterday
The hearing Thursday comes amid public anger over a tax settlement the company made with U.K. authorities. Meg Hillier, who chairs the Public Accounts Committee, captured the mood when she accused Google's Matt Brittin of having "tin ears" to the... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Foster care abuse whistleblower meets HSE chief | Irish Examiner Irish Examiner Political Reporter The HSE whistleblower w
Foster care abuse whistleblower meets HSE chief
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner Irish Examiner Political Reporter The HSE whistleblower who uncovered the foster care abuse scandal has held a “lengthy, constructive,... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
Greenock Telegraph / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs The Department for Transport has been urged to develop an alternative commerc
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
The Department for Transport has been urged to develop an alternative commercial strategy to be used if competition for rail franchises continues to fall There is "a real... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
Kingston Guardian / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPsThere is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from ra
Rail franchises may not be value for money due to dwindling interest - MPs
Streatham Guardian / Posted yesterday
There is "a real risk" that the Government will not get value for money from rail franchises because of "dwindling" interest from operators, an influential group of MPs has warned. A report by the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) urged the... Read more
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