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express
Cameron to FINALLY crack down on chums' dodgy tax schemes…but only after EU FORCES him to DAVID Cameron will finally be forced to crack down on his rich chums' dodgy t
Cameron to FINALLY crack down on chums' dodgy tax schemes…but only after EU FORCES him to
express / Posted 12 days ago
DAVID Cameron will finally be forced to crack down on his rich chums' dodgy tax schemes after Brussels announced a major blitz on corporate tax avoidance. The... Read more
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Evening Standard
Lynne Featherstone on writing a book to set the record straightWhat do politicians do after they lose their seat? They write books, silly. Sin
Lynne Featherstone on writing a book to set the record straight
Evening Standard / Posted 13 days ago
What do politicians do after they lose their seat? They write books, silly. Since the collapse of the Liberal Democrats last May, we’ve had volumes from Vince Cable and Norman Baker, neither of which were bestsellers, and can look forward to David... Read more
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Ekklesia
TUC welcomes calls for extension of online ballotingA new report, Secure Voting, from Webroots Democracy provides expert testimony
TUC welcomes calls for extension of online balloting
Ekklesia / Posted 14 days ago
A new report, Secure Voting, from Webroots Democracy provides expert testimony from companies and academics specialising in online voting systems. It makes the case that electronic balloting is safe and secure and will increase voter engagement. The... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tesco 'behaved like the Mafia'Suppliers treated unfairly by Tesco will receive no financial redress unless th
Tesco 'behaved like the Mafia'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Suppliers treated unfairly by Tesco will receive no financial redress unless they take legal action, which is unlikely. Photo / Bloomberg Tesco used 'mafia-style' tactics to squeeze suppliers, driving some to the brink of bankruptcy. Britain's... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Labour review largely absolves Ed Miliband and his policies as blame for election defeat is sent elsewhereLabour’s election campaign was described as the “best ever” by reports quoted i
Labour review largely absolves Ed Miliband and his policies as blame for election defeat is sent elsewhere
Daily Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
Labour’s election campaign was described as the “best ever” by reports quoted in the review, which concluded that the party “certainly did not lose the campaign on the ground”. At one point the report says victory “was unachievable after the fall... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Pidgeon on planes, trains and "Boris over a barrel": The Lib Dem candidate on her Mayoral campaignIn the third of our series of one to one interviews with London's Mayoral candi
Pidgeon on planes, trains and "Boris over a barrel": The Lib Dem candidate on her Mayoral campaign
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 26 days ago
In the third of our series of one to one interviews with London's Mayoral candidates, reporter George Odling spent time with Liberal Democrat candidate Caroline Pidgeon to discuss London’s housing crisis, Heathrow, Boris Johnson "over a barrel" and... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Pidgeon on planes, trains and "Boris over a barrel": The Lib Dem candidate on her Mayoral campaignIn the third of our series of one to one interviews with London's Mayoral candi
Pidgeon on planes, trains and "Boris over a barrel": The Lib Dem candidate on her Mayoral campaign
Croydon Guardian / Posted 26 days ago
In the third of our series of one to one interviews with London's Mayoral candidates, reporter George Odling spent time with Liberal Democrat candidate Caroline Pidgeon to discuss London’s housing crisis, Heathrow, Boris Johnson "over a barrel" and... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Pidgeon on planes, trains and "Boris over a barrel": The Lib Dem candidate on her Mayoral campaignIn the third of our series of one to one interviews with London's Mayoral candi
Pidgeon on planes, trains and "Boris over a barrel": The Lib Dem candidate on her Mayoral campaign
Kingston Guardian / Posted 26 days ago
In the third of our series of one to one interviews with London's Mayoral candidates, reporter George Odling spent time with Liberal Democrat candidate Caroline Pidgeon to discuss London’s housing crisis, Heathrow, Boris Johnson "over a barrel" and... Read more
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27d
guardian-series
Hitler in the Big Brother houseWhen young Jewish playwright Max Elton was looking for a way to satirise Hitler
Hitler in the Big Brother house
guardian-series / Posted 27 days ago
When young Jewish playwright Max Elton was looking for a way to satirise Hitler he turned to our increasing thirst for reality television. Politicians seem unable to resist the lure of the cameras with George Galloway cavorting in an animal costume,... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
City watchdog not ‘going soft’ on banks, says acting chief File photo dated 25/02/10 of the 'Gherkin' and Canary Wharf at sunrise. Photo
City watchdog not ‘going soft’ on banks, says acting chief
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 30 days ago
File photo dated 25/02/10 of the 'Gherkin' and Canary Wharf at sunrise. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire The acting chief executive of the City watchdog has denied claims it has been “going... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
'We're not going soft on the banks' says City regulatorShe said: "We're not going soft on the banks, we're not being told what to do b
'We're not going soft on the banks' says City regulator
Daily Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
She said: "We're not going soft on the banks, we're not being told what to do by the government. We have objectives which are set for us by parliament and statute, and we are determined to deliver on those." Ms McDermott cited the regulator's action... Read more
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heraldscotland
Investors can shine brighter light on executive payThe Financial Reporting Council has been forced to beef up its stewardship code
Investors can shine brighter light on executive pay
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
The Financial Reporting Council has been forced to beef up its stewardship code, introduced in 2010 to force institutional investors to hold investee companies to account on issues like executive remuneration. The FRC is to start exposing funds that... Read more
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Gazette News
Essex Book Festival Line-UpONCE again some of the country’s most exciting and well known writers will be t
Essex Book Festival Line-Up
Gazette News / Posted 1 months ago
ONCE again some of the country’s most exciting and well known writers will be turning up in our area as part of this year’s Essex Book Festival. Following the official launch in Chelmsford with locally born artist Grayson Perry on February 29, the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Why I ran down Whitehall in my pantsBut I needn’t have worried. Because this is Britain. And Britain is the best co
Why I ran down Whitehall in my pants
Daily Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
But I needn’t have worried. Because this is Britain. And Britain is the best country in the world to engage in a ludicrous act of public self-humiliation. So long as it’s in a good cause. “Excuse me sir, why are you robbing this bank with that... Read more
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The New Statesman
The last week has been a disaster. Team Corbyn need to up their gameCruel and unusual punishment is outlawed by the US constitution, yet in Britain
The last week has been a disaster. Team Corbyn need to up their game
The New Statesman / Posted 1 months ago
Cruel and unusual punishment is outlawed by the US constitution, yet in Britain the people of Sheffield Hallam have condemned limboland’s Nick Clegg to a political inferno. The humbled former deputy prime minister could be forgiven for envying the... Read more

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