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WA Today
Budget 2016: How the business world reacted to Scott Morrison's budgetPromised tax cuts have won applause from the business community in the hope the
Budget 2016: How the business world reacted to Scott Morrison's budget
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Promised tax cuts have won applause from the business community in the hope they will boost jobs and encourage growth. But corporate leaders are worried that the increase in spending overall is further delays the chance to get back to surplus. The... Read more
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Canberra Times
Budget 2016: How the business world reacted to Scott Morrison's budgetPromised tax cuts have won applause from the business community in the hope the
Budget 2016: How the business world reacted to Scott Morrison's budget
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Promised tax cuts have won applause from the business community in the hope they will boost jobs and encourage growth. But corporate leaders are worried that the increase in spending overall is further delays the chance to get back to surplus. The... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Budget 2016: How the business world reacted to Scott Morrison's budgetPromised tax cuts have won applause from the business community in the hope the
Budget 2016: How the business world reacted to Scott Morrison's budget
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Promised tax cuts have won applause from the business community in the hope they will boost jobs and encourage growth. But corporate leaders are worried that the increase in spending overall is further delays the chance to get back to surplus. The... Read more
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The Age
Budget 2016: How the business world reacted to Scott Morrison's budgetPromised tax cuts have won applause from the business community in the hope the
Budget 2016: How the business world reacted to Scott Morrison's budget
The Age / Posted yesterday
Promised tax cuts have won applause from the business community in the hope they will boost jobs and encourage growth. A corporate tax reduction also provides an elegant balance between 'carrot and stick' incentives in conjunction with the new... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Budget 2016: How the business world reacted to Scott Morrison's budgetPromised tax cuts have won applause from the business community in the hope the
Budget 2016: How the business world reacted to Scott Morrison's budget
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Promised tax cuts have won applause from the business community in the hope they will boost jobs and encourage growth. A corporate tax reduction also provides an elegant balance between 'carrot and stick' incentives in conjunction with the new... Read more
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Ipswich Star
How do public sector bosses in Suffolk and Essex justify multimillion pound pay-outs?fairly paid for the valuable contributions they make to providing public servic
How do public sector bosses in Suffolk and Essex justify multimillion pound pay-outs?
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
fairly paid for the valuable contributions they make to providing public services.” Harry Davis, campaign manager at the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: “When the public sector should be looking to scale back and make savings, too many bodies are... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Trade union duties cost Shropshire and Telford councils more than £750,000 « Shropshire StarThe figures, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, were branded “aston
Trade union duties cost Shropshire and Telford councils more than £750,000 « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted yesterday
The figures, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, were branded “astonishing” by the Taxpayers’ Alliance, saying it was unreasonable for the general public to subsidise unions in that way. The figures show that Telford & Wrekin Council gave... Read more
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Daily Star
Cops cost the taxpayer £170k on wrong panda fuelrequest, show Met Police officers poured £167,118 of taxpayer money down the dr
Cops cost the taxpayer £170k on wrong panda fuel
Daily Star / Posted 2 days ago
request, show Met Police officers poured £167,118 of taxpayer money down the drain. Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, slammed the cost, saying: “It is unacceptable that such a lot of taxpayers’ money should be wasted on... Read more
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express
Fury at £8.6m a year child benefit bill for big familiespeople resent paying for those who choose to have large families they cannot af
Fury at £8.6m a year child benefit bill for big families
express / Posted 2 days ago
people resent paying for those who choose to have large families they cannot afford. Harry Davis, campaign manager at the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: “It’s unfair to expect taxpayers to subsidise a lifestyle for others which they cannot enjoy... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Revealed: The millions spent on public sector redundancy payments in the region, the hospitals where £100,000-plus earners have soared and the six-figure sum payouts for managers leaving their rolesfor those working in the NHS to make it again an attractive career choice.” Ha
Revealed: The millions spent on public sector redundancy payments in the region, the hospitals where £100,000-plus earners have soared and the six-figure sum payouts for managers leaving their roles
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
for those working in the NHS to make it again an attractive career choice.” Harry Davis, campaign manager at the TaxPayers’ Alliance, added: “When the public sector should be looking to make savings, too many bodies are still increasing... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Revealed: The millions spent on public sector redundancy payments in the region, the hospitals where £100,000-plus earners have soared and the six-figure sum payouts for managers leaving their rolesfor those working in the NHS to make it again an attractive career choice.” Ha
Revealed: The millions spent on public sector redundancy payments in the region, the hospitals where £100,000-plus earners have soared and the six-figure sum payouts for managers leaving their roles
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 2 days ago
for those working in the NHS to make it again an attractive career choice.” Harry Davis, campaign manager at the TaxPayers’ Alliance, added: “When the public sector should be looking to make savings, too many bodies are still increasing... Read more
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express
Hi-tech equipment stolen at the BBC every monthnews reader gaffe as camera focuses on empty chair BBC News Empty Chair FAIL!
Hi-tech equipment stolen at the BBC every month
express / Posted 3 days ago
news reader gaffe as camera focuses on empty chair BBC News Empty Chair FAIL! Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: “Licence fee payers will be shocked. “When families are struggling with rising bills, anyone... Read more
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Chichester Observer
South Downs National Park hits back at criticism of ‘hello’ campaignfriendly area and people really don’t need to be told to say “Good morning”. T
South Downs National Park hits back at criticism of ‘hello’ campaign
Chichester Observer / Posted 12 days ago
friendly area and people really don’t need to be told to say “Good morning”. The Telegraph also reported Alex Wild, of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, saying: ‘The authority has clearly lost touch with reality. This is an utterly pointless and patronising... Read more
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walesonline
Welsh Labour celebrates UK Government climbdown on unionsballoting, facility time and union political funds.”'Subsidy to the unions' Bu
Welsh Labour celebrates UK Government climbdown on unions
walesonline / Posted 15 days ago
balloting, facility time and union political funds.”'Subsidy to the unions' But Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: “It is deeply disappointing that the Government has backed down on this very sensible proposal in... Read more
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The News and Star
£330,000 public cash used to buy silence of Cumbrian police officerswork matters after they leave or revealing the true nature of their departure.
£330,000 public cash used to buy silence of Cumbrian police officers
The News and Star / Posted 15 days ago
work matters after they leave or revealing the true nature of their departure. Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, a pressure group set up to scrutinise spending from the public purse, was critical of the move. He... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Public cash used to buy silence of police officersPOLICE chiefs have used public funds to buy the silence of 12 officers as they
Public cash used to buy silence of police officers
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 days ago
POLICE chiefs have used public funds to buy the silence of 12 officers as they left the county's police force in the last five years. Cumbria Constabulary confirmed it had spent £334,511.44 on settlement agreements for the employees when they agreed... Read more
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iol.co.za
Africa's mad dash to spaceGabon, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa more than £4bn in foreign aid. J
Africa's mad dash to space
iol.co.za / Posted 16 days ago
Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa more than £4bn in foreign aid. Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: ‘It is deeply depressing that Ministers still think it appropriate to be sending taxpayer-funded... Read more
16d
Hampshire Chronicle
PCC denies any lack of scrutiny in £220,000 payoutHAMPSHIRE'S police and crime commissioner has denied claims that a £220,000 pay
PCC denies any lack of scrutiny in £220,000 payout
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
HAMPSHIRE'S police and crime commissioner has denied claims that a £220,000 payout to a high-ranking official was not properly scrutinised. Jenni Douglas-Todd was controversially handed the sum in 2014 at the end of her 15 months as chief executive... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Park's £35,000 golden 'Hello' goes down like a lead balloonThe move was part of a campaign designed by the company to ‘nudge’ South Downs’
Park's £35,000 golden 'Hello' goes down like a lead balloon
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
The move was part of a campaign designed by the company to ‘nudge’ South Downs’ 46 million annual visitors users into changing their behaviour. Postcards carrying various greetings have been handed out and an internet advertisement suggests walkers... Read more
17d
express
Foreign aid farce! Britain gives BILLIONS to African countries planning space missions THE Government has been slammed for giving billions to African countries whic
Foreign aid farce! Britain gives BILLIONS to African countries planning space missions
express / Posted 17 days ago
THE Government has been slammed for giving billions to African countries which plan to have astronauts in space by 2030. African countries are expanding space... Read more
19d
express
Britain’s foreign aid budget to exceed amount given to council services next yearcitizens at home and strengthen our defences in a dangerous, turbulent world.”
Britain’s foreign aid budget to exceed amount given to council services next year
express / Posted 19 days ago
citizens at home and strengthen our defences in a dangerous, turbulent world.” Harry Fairhead, policy analyst at the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: “The Government should abandon the ludicrous foreign aid spending target and ensure only worthy... Read more
19d
express
'I want my country back' Woman on Question Time in impassioned plea for Brexitbeneficial to leave. The panel, chaired by David Dimbleby, comprised of Tory M
'I want my country back' Woman on Question Time in impassioned plea for Brexit
express / Posted 19 days ago
beneficial to leave. The panel, chaired by David Dimbleby, comprised of Tory MEP Daniel Hannan, Dia Chakravarty of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, Labour’s Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Owen Smith, Angus Robertson, the SNP and the Green Party’s... Read more
19d
Kingston Guardian
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaignersTaxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will s
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners
Kingston Guardian / Posted 19 days ago
Taxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will see West Ham lease the Olympic Stadium, campaigners say. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the publicly-funded authority which owns the stadium, on... Read more
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19d
Oxford Mail
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaignersTaxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will s
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners
Oxford Mail / Posted 19 days ago
Taxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will see West Ham lease the Olympic Stadium, campaigners say. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the publicly-funded authority which owns the stadium, on... Read more
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19d
Gazette
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaignersTaxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will s
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners
Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
Taxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will see West Ham lease the Olympic Stadium, campaigners say. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the publicly-funded authority which owns the stadium, on... Read more
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19d
guardian-series
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaignersTaxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will s
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners
guardian-series / Posted 19 days ago
Taxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will see West Ham lease the Olympic Stadium, campaigners say. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the publicly-funded authority which owns the stadium, on... Read more
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19d
Greenock Telegraph
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaignersTaxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will s
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Taxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will see West Ham lease the Olympic Stadium, campaigners say. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the publicly-funded authority which owns the stadium, on... Read more
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19d
Harrow Times
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaignersTaxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will s
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners
Harrow Times / Posted 19 days ago
Taxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will see West Ham lease the Olympic Stadium, campaigners say. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the publicly-funded authority which owns the stadium, on... Read more
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19d
Wandsworth Guardian
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaignersTaxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will s
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 19 days ago
Taxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will see West Ham lease the Olympic Stadium, campaigners say. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the publicly-funded authority which owns the stadium, on... Read more
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19d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaignersTaxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will s
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 19 days ago
Taxpayers deserve an explanation for the £2.5million per year deal which will see West Ham lease the Olympic Stadium, campaigners say. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the publicly-funded authority which owns the stadium, on... Read more
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19d
Football.co.uk
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners Barclays Premier League Sky Bet Championship Sky Bet League One Sky Bet Le
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners
Football.co.uk / Posted 19 days ago
Barclays Premier League Sky Bet Championship Sky Bet League One Sky Bet League Two Scottish Premiership Scottish Championship Scottish Division 1 Scottish... Read more
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19d
Belfast Telegraph
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners Campaigners have called for an explanation over the deal which will see West
Taxpayers owed explanation over West Ham deal for Olympic Stadium - campaigners
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Campaigners have called for an explanation over the deal which will see West Ham rent the Olympic Stadium (pictured right) for £2.5m per year Taxpayers deserve an... Read more
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Harrow Times
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayerFormer Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayer
Harrow Times / Posted 20 days ago
Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a better deal than the one which will see West Ham play at the Olympic Stadium for £2.5million per year. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayerFormer Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayer
Kingston Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a better deal than the one which will see West Ham play at the Olympic Stadium for £2.5million per year. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the... Read more
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guardian-series
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayerFormer Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayer
guardian-series / Posted 20 days ago
Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a better deal than the one which will see West Ham play at the Olympic Stadium for £2.5million per year. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayerFormer Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayer
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a better deal than the one which will see West Ham play at the Olympic Stadium for £2.5million per year. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayerFormer Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayer
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a better deal than the one which will see West Ham play at the Olympic Stadium for £2.5million per year. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayerFormer Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayer
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a better deal than the one which will see West Ham play at the Olympic Stadium for £2.5million per year. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the... Read more
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Gazette
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayerFormer Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayer
Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a better deal than the one which will see West Ham play at the Olympic Stadium for £2.5million per year. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayer The details of West Ham's deal to lease London's Olympic Stadium, built for t
Barry Hearn: My dog could've negotiated better Olympic Stadium deal for taxpayer
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
The details of West Ham's deal to lease London's Olympic Stadium, built for the 2012 Games, have been published Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog... Read more
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The Boy Hotspur
It’s A Deal, It’s A Steal, It’s The Lease Of The Fakin Century – Harry Hotspurdid not appeal and the contract was published in full on Thursday. A redacted v
It’s A Deal, It’s A Steal, It’s The Lease Of The Fakin Century – Harry Hotspur
The Boy Hotspur / Posted 20 days ago
did not appeal and the contract was published in full on Thursday. A redacted version was made available last October. TaxPayers’ Alliance chief executive Jonathan Isaby said the contract was “ludicrously generous” and “the deal of the... Read more
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express
Vote Leave: Who’s who guide to official Brexit campaign VOTE Leave has been chosen as the official Brexit campaign as Eurosceptic cam
Vote Leave: Who’s who guide to official Brexit campaign
express / Posted 20 days ago
VOTE Leave has been chosen as the official Brexit campaign as Eurosceptic campaigners unite to battle for an EU exit. Here is a who’s who guide to Vote Leave. Vote Leave: Everything you need... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Barry Hearn mocks LLDC over Olympic Stadium deal with West HamFormer Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a
Barry Hearn mocks LLDC over Olympic Stadium deal with West Ham
Kingston Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a better deal than the one which will see West Ham pay £2.5million per year to occupy the Olympic Stadium. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Barry Hearn mocks LLDC over Olympic Stadium deal with West HamFormer Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a
Barry Hearn mocks LLDC over Olympic Stadium deal with West Ham
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a better deal than the one which will see West Ham pay £2.5million per year to occupy the Olympic Stadium. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the... Read more
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guardian-series
Barry Hearn mocks LLDC over Olympic Stadium deal with West HamFormer Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a
Barry Hearn mocks LLDC over Olympic Stadium deal with West Ham
guardian-series / Posted 20 days ago
Former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says his dog could have negotiated a better deal than the one which will see West Ham pay £2.5million per year to occupy the Olympic Stadium. The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the... Read more
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TEAMTalk
Hearn: My dog could negotiate a better deal over stadium‘dugouts’ for managers, substitutes and the fourth official; changing rooms; an
Hearn: My dog could negotiate a better deal over stadium
TEAMTalk / Posted 20 days ago
‘dugouts’ for managers, substitutes and the fourth official; changing rooms; and security, cleaning and pest control. The TaxPayers’ Alliance on Thursday said the contract was “ludicrously generous” and “the deal of the century”. TaxPayers’... Read more
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21d
Daily Record
The Tories launched a manifesto - and it is filled with contradictionsScottish Labour’s Neil Findlay said: “The SNP and the Tories are two sides of t
The Tories launched a manifesto - and it is filled with contradictions
Daily Record / Posted 21 days ago
Scottish Labour’s Neil Findlay said: “The SNP and the Tories are two sides of the same coin when it comes to tax. Davidson was mocked after a bizarre manifesto launch where she admitted she has no chance of being First Minister and instead wants to... Read more
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express
EU referendum 2016: Who's who guide to Brexit campaigns RIVAL Brexit campaign groups and Eurosceptic organisations are united by thei
EU referendum 2016: Who's who guide to Brexit campaigns
express / Posted 21 days ago
RIVAL Brexit campaign groups and Eurosceptic organisations are united by their desire to see Britain leave the EU. But who are they? Grassroots Out (GO) is one of the groups pushing for a... Read more
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express
Rubbish! Households could have their bins taken away for failing to wash BAKED BEAN tins HOUSEHOLDS are being threatened with having their bins confiscated - for fail
Rubbish! Households could have their bins taken away for failing to wash BAKED BEAN tins
express / Posted 21 days ago
HOUSEHOLDS are being threatened with having their bins confiscated - for failing to wash out cans of BAKED BEANS. In the last six months council officials in... Read more
21d
Hampshire Chronicle
Should MPs publish their tax returns?SHOULD they or shouldn’t they? The tax returns of the nation’s top politicians
Should MPs publish their tax returns?
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
SHOULD they or shouldn’t they? The tax returns of the nation’s top politicians have come under scrutiny after it was revealed that the family of Prime Minister David Cameron had invested in an off-shore tax haven. As a result the Tory leader came... Read more
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