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heraldscotland
Glasgow technology entrepreneur applies lessons learned from electronic warfare to care businessservices does it offer? Intelligent digital systems that use a mixture of soft
Glasgow technology entrepreneur applies lessons learned from electronic warfare to care business
heraldscotland / Posted 6 hours ago
services does it offer? Intelligent digital systems that use a mixture of software, smartphone apps and GPS devices to safeguard victims of crime, reassure and manage lone mobile workers, and support individuals receiving care at home. These... Read more
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Scotsman
SNP partly responsible for Brexit, claims Theresa Mayleader has insisted that the Nationalists’ nine years in power at Holyrood had
SNP partly responsible for Brexit, claims Theresa May
Scotsman / Posted 21 hours ago
leader has insisted that the Nationalists’ nine years in power at Holyrood had made them part of the “establishment” which UK voters rejected. But the claims were branded “beyond parody” by the SNP last night. In Scotland, 62 per cent of voters... Read more
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International Business Times
Yahoo sued by user for gross negligence over massive 2014 data breachthemselves," the lawsuit asserts that Yahoo should be responsible for "damages
Yahoo sued by user for gross negligence over massive 2014 data breach
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
themselves," the lawsuit asserts that Yahoo should be responsible for "damages caused to its users." "Yahoo's failure to safeguard its users' very personal, sensitive information, in direct violation of its promises, is utterly unacceptable in... Read more
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Express and Star
Should banks take more responsibility when customers lose cash to scams? « Express & Starnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
Should banks take more responsibility when customers lose cash to scams? « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Should banks take more responsibility when customers lose cash to scams? « Shropshire Starnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
Should banks take more responsibility when customers lose cash to scams? « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Kingston Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Oxford Mail
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Bury Times
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Gazette
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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guardian-series
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Harrow Times
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Gazette News
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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This is West Country
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Bolton News
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Bolton News / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
EveningTimes Online / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Croydon Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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Northern Echo
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
Northern Echo / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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The News and Star
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rightsnearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payme
'Super complaint' made to regulators about bank transfer fraud victims' rights
The News and Star / Posted 3 days ago
nearly one in 10 (9%) had, or knew someone that had, made a bank transfer payment to a fraudster's account. Which? said UK consumers now made over 70 million bank transfers a month, compared with just over 100 million in a whole year a decade... Read more
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BBC News
Protect bank transfer scam victims, demands Which?unlike when you use your credit or debit card. "We believe that banks must do
Protect bank transfer scam victims, demands Which?
BBC News / Posted 3 days ago
unlike when you use your credit or debit card. "We believe that banks must do more to tackle bank transfer fraud and safeguard their customers from scams."Your protection If you are tricked into transferring money into a frauster's account,... Read more
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express
British Eurocrats apply for BELGIAN citizenship in scramble to keep jobs postcan stay on post-Brexit. It is believed Parliament could use the right of veto
British Eurocrats apply for BELGIAN citizenship in scramble to keep jobs post
express / Posted 3 days ago
can stay on post-Brexit. It is believed Parliament could use the right of veto over the final Brexit agreement to safeguard jobs but no legally binding promises have been made. Instead British officials are discussing how to obtain EU... Read more
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PhysOrg
Ocean fronts attract ocean wanderers—foraging gannets on the front lineseabirds use oceanic fronts as an efficient means to forage for food, according
Ocean fronts attract ocean wanderers—foraging gannets on the front line
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
seabirds use oceanic fronts as an efficient means to forage for food, according to an international study that could help safeguard the future of protected species. A team of scientists led by Plymouth University and the University of Exeter... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Global Stocks Rise After "Disappointing" BOJ Announcement: All Eyes On Janet Yellenuntil after the government sets out its plans for Brexit, said British manufact
Global Stocks Rise After "Disappointing" BOJ Announcement: All Eyes On Janet Yellen
Zero Hedge / Posted 4 days ago
until after the government sets out its plans for Brexit, said British manufacturers anxious to avoid a policy vacuum and safeguard access to their biggest export market OPEC probably won’t clinch a deal to limit oil production in Algiers next... Read more
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chroniclelive
North East businesses could be in for a share of a £120million investment potorganisations are working closely to an end of October deadline when funding ag
North East businesses could be in for a share of a £120million investment pot
chroniclelive / Posted 4 days ago
organisations are working closely to an end of October deadline when funding agreements need to be signed with the UK Government and the European Union. This is for the successor fund to Finance for Business North East, also known as... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Four Million Jobs Safeguarded as MPs Ratify EPAdiscussions. According to Industrialisation Cabinet Secretary Adan Mohammed th
Four Million Jobs Safeguarded as MPs Ratify EPA
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
discussions. According to Industrialisation Cabinet Secretary Adan Mohammed the ratification has given Kenya a leeway to safeguard its exports from tariffs until the East African Community signs and ratifies on their part. "The agreement was... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Lawyers and Renewed Call for EFCC Reformsustainable basis devoid of political interference. The idea is that such woul
Lawyers and Renewed Call for EFCC Reform
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
sustainable basis devoid of political interference. The idea is that such would produce a well established institutional safeguard to check wide discretionary powers involved in investigation and prosecution of criminal matters. To the NBA... Read more
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Express and Star
Oh deer! Red deer spotted in the middle of a busy Staffordshire roundabout « Express & Starwere taking photos. Although it was a shame to see them lost it was a lovely si
Oh deer! Red deer spotted in the middle of a busy Staffordshire roundabout « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 4 days ago
were taking photos. Although it was a shame to see them lost it was a lovely sight." The spot comes after a project to safeguard deer on Cannock Chase was delayed after thieves ripped up posts set to hold reflective signs. Staffordshire County... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'Chicken King' Ranjit Boparan gobbles up turkey producer Bernard MatthewsTurkey meat producer Bernard Matthews has been acquired by the 2 Sisters Food G
'Chicken King' Ranjit Boparan gobbles up turkey producer Bernard Matthews
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Turkey meat producer Bernard Matthews has been acquired by the 2 Sisters Food Group in a deal that will safeguard 2,000 jobs. 2 Sisters, headed up by so-called "chicken king" Ranjit Boparan, bought the firm from private equity group Rutland Partners... Read more
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chroniclelive
Sunderland, Patrick Van Aanholt and how football is trying to save livesthat quibble is of minor importance. What matters, what really matters, is tha
Sunderland, Patrick Van Aanholt and how football is trying to save lives
chroniclelive / Posted 5 days ago
that quibble is of minor importance. What matters, what really matters, is that much more now is done than before to safeguard the likes of Van Aanholt - who may well be perfectly healthy; Moyes anticipates no further problems - from the fate... Read more
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The Irish Times
Michael O’Leary says UK will be ‘screwed’ in trade dealsRyanair boss Michael O’Leary has rubbished the UK government’s claims it will s
Michael O’Leary says UK will be ‘screwed’ in trade deals
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has rubbished the UK government’s claims it will secure favourable trade deals post-Brexit, insisting Britain will be “screwed” in negotiations. The outspoken anti-Brexit campaigner said most of the British cabinet did... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
One in 12 adults has diabetes in Haltonand heart attack. Earlier this year the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme was
One in 12 adults has diabetes in Halton
Liverpool Echo / Posted 5 days ago
and heart attack. Earlier this year the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme was launched by PHE, NHS England and Diabetes UK, aimed at helping residents at high risk of Type 2 diabetes to reduce their risk of developing the condition by offering... Read more
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The Irish Times
Michael O’Leary to UK: ‘the world will want to screw you’Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has rubbished the UK government’s claims it will s
Michael O’Leary to UK: ‘the world will want to screw you’
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has rubbished the UK government’s claims it will secure favourable trade deals post-Brexit, insisting Britain will be “screwed” in negotiations. The outspoken Remain campaigner said most of the Cabinet did not have a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Postponing Signing of EPAS - Looking At Issues of Concerncorrectly seeing the British exit from the EU (Brexit) as an issue of concern.
Postponing Signing of EPAS - Looking At Issues of Concern
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
correctly seeing the British exit from the EU (Brexit) as an issue of concern. This may partly be due to the importance of UK in the EU as well as to the UK's great trade and development relationships with the EAC. For Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Government is 'up Brexit creek without a paddle, canoe or map', says Nick Clegghas shown. While it is undoubtedly an inferior option compared to full EU membe
Government is 'up Brexit creek without a paddle, canoe or map', says Nick Clegg
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
has shown. While it is undoubtedly an inferior option compared to full EU membership, it is the only option that would safeguard jobs and prosperity." And he said if the Conservatives lead the UK out of the single market, "they will lose any... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Ibec: Long-term Brexit impact highly uncertainlonger-term impact remains highly uncertain, business representative body Ibec
Ibec: Long-term Brexit impact highly uncertain
Irish Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
longer-term impact remains highly uncertain, business representative body Ibec has warned. A significant downturn in the UK economy and continued weakening of sterling — which has depreciated by 13% against the euro since the vote — would... Read more
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Swissinfo
Swiss role in fluxto implement the plan - and time was running out. But Mr Juncker was reluctant
Swiss role in flux
Swissinfo / Posted 6 days ago
to implement the plan - and time was running out. But Mr Juncker was reluctant to oblige. Less than a month earlier, the UK had voted to leave the EU. Before, the wily Luxembourger might have cut a deal, but Brexit had changed the dynamics.... Read more
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The Economic Times
Why private equity funds and banks are wooing former head honchos of India Inc to manage their investmentswe are an unbeatable combination." "When funds are putting in so much capital,
Why private equity funds and banks are wooing former head honchos of India Inc to manage their investments
The Economic Times / Posted 8 days ago
we are an unbeatable combination." "When funds are putting in so much capital, they would want to bring in someone to safeguard their interests. We help the fund to stay engaged with the portfolio company," points out Umrigar. Despite the... Read more
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Ekklesia
Britain must act on refugee crisis or be 'party to failure'in developing a humane, coordinated international response to the millions flee
Britain must act on refugee crisis or be 'party to failure'
Ekklesia / Posted 9 days ago
in developing a humane, coordinated international response to the millions fleeing crisis”; to offer “safe passage to the UK to more refugees”; and to provide more support to refugees who reach the UK “to rebuild their lives here so they can play... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
Britain’s transforming economywhatever the shape of our eventual trading arrangements with our erstwhile part
Britain’s transforming economy
Investors Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
whatever the shape of our eventual trading arrangements with our erstwhile partners in the European Union (EU), the UK will continue innovating, financing, fabricating and exporting – with all the attendant opportunities for investors. We’ve... Read more
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International Business Times
US bankers call for transparency in Brexit negotiationsSome of the biggest trade groups in the US have called for the UK and European
US bankers call for transparency in Brexit negotiations
International Business Times / Posted 10 days ago
Some of the biggest trade groups in the US have called for the UK and European Union to hold Brexit negotiations in as transparent a manner as possible to safeguard against volatility in financial markets. In a joint letter penned to Treasury... Read more
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BBC News
Bratislava EU meeting: Bloc needs 'sober look at problems' says TuskMedia captionCitizens from Ireland, Latvia, the UK, France, Lithuania, and Germ
Bratislava EU meeting: Bloc needs 'sober look at problems' says Tusk
BBC News / Posted 10 days ago
Media captionCitizens from Ireland, Latvia, the UK, France, Lithuania, and Germany give the BBC their views on the future of the European Union The European Council Donald Tusk has called on EU leaders to take a "sober and brutally honest" look at... Read more
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Reuters
City of London should not suffer from Brexit: UK's Johnsoncounterpart Paolo Gentiloni, Johnson was asked if Britain should back calls fro
City of London should not suffer from Brexit: UK's Johnson
Reuters / Posted 10 days ago
counterpart Paolo Gentiloni, Johnson was asked if Britain should back calls from banks for a transitional arrangement to safeguard the City given that the EU separation negotiations were expect to be lengthy. "I think that there is every reason... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
Shock investigation reveals £45million overseas cash invested in our iconic pubscampaigners say the anonymity surrounding offshore companies, who do not have t
Shock investigation reveals £45million overseas cash invested in our iconic pubs
The Ham&High Network / Posted 10 days ago
campaigners say the anonymity surrounding offshore companies, who do not have to register an ultimate owner with the UK Land Registry, makes communication over the future of threatened pubs almost impossible. Nigel Harris, who is involved... Read more
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