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2014/07/23 12:51
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Britain's most unpopular flight costs YOU £86 per passenger to subsidise TAXPAYERS have been landed with a £9 million bill for Britain's least popular flight - carrying just 10 passengers on each...
2014/07/23 12:51
2014/07/23 12:51
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2014/07/23 11:42
2014/07/23 11:42
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Health committee quiz option for former Rehab chiefs | Irish Examiner Health committee quiz option for former Rehab chiefs By Shaun Connolly and Fiachra Ó Cionnaith Former Rehab chiefs who refuse...
2014/07/23 10:20
2014/07/23 10:20
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A Labour Assembly Member has criticised his own committee’s inquiry into a publicly-subsidised air link connecting North and South Wales as “superficial and simplistic” – and blasted comments made by...
2014/07/23 05:20
2014/07/23 05:20
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The success of a multibillion pound rail construction project in London shows how major infrastructure investment has the potential to boost the Welsh economy, according to the nation’s MPs on...
2014/07/22 19:28
2014/07/22 19:28
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When Communications and Works Minister Mark Vanterpool took office in 2011, the territory was on the brink of losing its cruise ship business, he told the House of Assembly on Tuesday. He was moving...
2014/07/22 12:57
2014/07/22 12:57
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The Home Office has been criticised by the National Audit Office (NAO) for its "poor IT" which has led its own employees to raise concerns over the quality of its data. According to the NAO, poor IT...
2014/07/22 12:51
2014/07/22 12:51
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The National Audit Office (NAO) warned that time was running out for HMRC to put in place a replacement for its multibillion-pound Aspire contract - the Government's largest technology contract -...
2014/07/22 12:49
2014/07/22 12:49
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Staff at Limerick hospitals protest over pay of executive Manager, employed under a contract, was paid €258,000 over a 13-month period HSE director general Tony O’Brien who said an agency was used...
2014/07/22 10:20
2014/07/22 10:20
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A subsidised air link between Cardiff and Anglesey that has cost the taxpayer £9m since it was set up in 2007 has underperformed in providing value for money, a critical report has found. The...
2014/07/22 08:41
2014/07/22 08:41
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The Briefing - Your Tuesday morning news catch up | Irish Examiner The Briefing - Your Tuesday morning news catch up Welcome to your Tuesday morning briefing. Let us ensure you’re up to speed on...
2014/07/22 08:41
2014/07/22 08:41
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McGuinness: PAC will fight Kerin's legal action | Irish Examiner McGuinness: PAC will fight Kerin's legal action Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - 08:43 AM The Chair of the Public Accounts Committee says...
2014/07/22 00:41
2014/07/22 00:41
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Former Rehab boss sues PAC, claims damage to reputation | Irish Examiner Former Rehab boss sues PAC, claims damage to reputation By Ann O’Loughlin and Juno McEnroe Angela Kerins, the former chief...
2014/07/21 23:51
2014/07/21 23:51
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Billions lost in ‘black hole’ of student loans THE future of the student loans system is under threat because of government miscalculations and problems collecting billions of pounds in overdue...
2014/07/21 14:51
2014/07/21 14:51
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Astonishing 232 senior BBC managers are on more than £100,000 per year THE BBC spent more than £25million of licence fee payers' cash last year on payments to departing staff - including some...
2014/07/21 09:21
2014/07/21 09:21
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The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the Legislature-Parliament has sought financial audit reports of the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) of the last five years by Tuesday, July 22, 2014. A...
2014/07/21 06:48
2014/07/21 06:48
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Feature Article of Monday, 21 July 2014 The Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG) fully endorses the wise actions taken by the Trade Union Congress (TUC) on behalf of the suffering working class...
2014/07/19 00:43
2014/07/19 00:43
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Committee treated witnesses like ‘slabs of meat’ | Irish Examiner Committee treated witnesses like ‘slabs of meat’ Former Rehab boss Frank Flannery has hit out at members of the Dáil’s Public...
2014/07/18 09:12
2014/07/18 09:12
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... earthquake in Whitehall, not many dead" – or so the headline this week might have read. In fact, here were only two (metaphorical) casualties: the head of the civil service, Sir Bob Kerslake,...
2014/07/18 07:29
2014/07/18 07:29
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EWSA's (Energy, Water and Sanitation Authority) continued incompetent service is due to its failure to comply with the Auditor General's report and advice. This was said today by Juvenal Nkusi, the...
2014/07/18 02:09
2014/07/18 02:09
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Mr Alexander said all this and much more in his annual report as chairman of Lochaber Housing Association. Perhaps he sent his son a copy. If so, we must conclude that Danny Alexander is a slow...
2014/07/23 12:51
2014/07/23 12:51
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