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Belfast Telegraph
Praise for prisoners who earned qualifications while in custody David Ford praised the prisoners Convicted criminals have gained qualificati
Praise for prisoners who earned qualifications while in custody
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
David Ford praised the prisoners Convicted criminals have gained qualifications in computing, cooking and art while in prison, the Department of Justice has confirmed. City and Guilds... Read more
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Tax-News.com
Scotland, Wales, N Ireland Concernd About UK Apprentice Levyby Robert Lee, Tax-News.com, London04 February 2016 Ministers representing the
Scotland, Wales, N Ireland Concernd About UK Apprentice Levy
Tax-News.com / Posted 8 days ago
by Robert Lee, Tax-News.com, London04 February 2016 Ministers representing the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland have called for greater clarity on the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
£3bn levy on firms 'could hit devolved apprenticeships plans' Cammell Laird handout photo of of 18 new apprentices who started work at the
£3bn levy on firms 'could hit devolved apprenticeships plans'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
Cammell Laird handout photo of of 18 new apprentices who started work at the famous ship yard today. Ministers from Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have voiced concern to the... Read more
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heraldscotland
£3bn levy on firms 'could hit devolved apprenticeships plans'The levy will be set at 0.5% of a large employer's pay bill, and is expected to
£3bn levy on firms 'could hit devolved apprenticeships plans'
heraldscotland / Posted 8 days ago
The levy will be set at 0.5% of a large employer's pay bill, and is expected to raise £3 billion to fund three million apprenticeships. Julie James, Welsh Government Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology said: "We have been very clear from the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ministers to give warning on apprenticeship levy George Osborne announced a levy on companies to fund apprenticeships will be
Ministers to give warning on apprenticeship levy
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
George Osborne announced a levy on companies to fund apprenticeships will be set at 0.5% of an employer's pay bill Leading politicians from the devolved legislatures are gathering to warn the UK... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Mission accomplished by Northern Ireland's star innovators in California Northern Ireland's most exciting start-ups are just home from an insightful t
Mission accomplished by Northern Ireland's star innovators in California
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
Northern Ireland's most exciting start-ups are just home from an insightful trip to America's west coast. Yvette Shapiro reports on the third annual NI Tech Mission Neil... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ministers lead mission to open doors in Silicon Valley for tech start-ups Ministers Jonathan Bell and Stephen Farry with Barry O’Brien of Silicon Valle
Ministers lead mission to open doors in Silicon Valley for tech start-ups
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Ministers Jonathan Bell and Stephen Farry with Barry O’Brien of Silicon Valley Bank and NI Tech Mission participant, Newtownabbey-born Rachel Gawley of AppAttic A team of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland scientists carried out 20,000 lab tests on animals in one year Calls to end ‘cruel’ experiments as universities defend research By Adrian R
Northern Ireland scientists carried out 20,000 lab tests on animals in one year
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
Calls to end ‘cruel’ experiments as universities defend research By Adrian Rutherford Rodents were given a hormone to damage their thyroid gland Almost 20,000... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Side by side at the Executive The Northern Ireland Executive (clockwise from bottom left): Deputy First Min
Side by side at the Executive
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
The Northern Ireland Executive (clockwise from bottom left): Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness; Neill Jackson, OFMDFM; Junior Minister Jennifer McCann; Education Minister John O’Dowd; Culture Arts and Leisure... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland scientists carried out 20,000 lab tests on animals this year Calls to end ‘cruel’ experiments as universities defend research By Adrian R
Northern Ireland scientists carried out 20,000 lab tests on animals this year
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
Calls to end ‘cruel’ experiments as universities defend research By Adrian Rutherford Rodents were given a hormone to damage their thyroid gland Almost 20,000... Read more
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U TV
PM in row over ‘English warning’ for Muslim womenAccording to Mr Cameron, those who do not adequately speak English could be les
PM in row over ‘English warning’ for Muslim women
U TV / Posted 24 days ago
According to Mr Cameron, those who do not adequately speak English could be less likely to integrate into society and more susceptible to recruitment by extremists. He wants women arriving in the UK under a spousal visa to reach “A2 elementary... Read more
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U TV
Refugees to be offered free English classesLast month, 10 families from Syria arrived in Belfast after fleeing their war-t
Refugees to be offered free English classes
U TV / Posted 25 days ago
Last month, 10 families from Syria arrived in Belfast after fleeing their war-torn homeland. The 51 people, including children and a young baby, have been settling in since and will be housed in the north, west and south of the city. Mr Farry said... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Refugees offered free classes in English By Lesley-Anne McKeown Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry Refug
Refugees offered free classes in English
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
By Lesley-Anne McKeown Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry Refugees living in Northern Ireland are being offered free English lessons to help them settle into society. Classes will be offered in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Refugees offered free English lessons Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry announced the lessons Refugee
Refugees offered free English lessons
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry announced the lessons Refugees living in Northern Ireland are being offered free English lessons to help them settle into society. Classes will be offered in... Read more
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U TV
Foster ‘will consider all invitations’ as FMThe Fermanagh and South Tyrone MLA became the region’s first ever female First
Foster ‘will consider all invitations’ as FM
U TV / Posted 1 months ago
The Fermanagh and South Tyrone MLA became the region’s first ever female First Minister when she took over from DUP colleague Peter Robinson on Monday. Previously, Ms Foster has revealed that she does not plan to attend events commemorating the... Read more
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