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2015/03/31 12:01
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As we approach the General Election on 7 May, the think tank Centre for London looks at the big issues shaping electoral politics in the capital. By Lewis Baston. With the dissolution of Parliament...
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2015/03/31 04:47
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The launch of Kingston College’s £10m creative industries centre was interrupted by protesters on Friday but Twickenham MP Vince Cable, who opened the facility, said the demonstration was "a bit of a...
2015/03/30 12:24
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Here’s the key passage from the Independent interview: While not setting out explicitly to hold the balance of power again, “I would think there is a high probability we will have a significant...
2015/03/30 00:37
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... think I was the bookies’ favourite to be first to leave the Cabinet,” he says, cracking a smile in his last interview as Business Secretary – at least in this parliament. Holding the post for the...
2015/03/30 00:10
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Measures to help businesses get improved access to finance have become law following Royal Assent for the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act. The Small Business Act is the first set of...
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2015/03/29 23:09
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Banks have shut hundreds of branches in recent years, as customers use smartphones and computers to make payments and check their balances. Roughly a third of the high-street locations that existed...
2015/03/29 20:58
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Leaving the European Union would be an act of economic "self harm", Nick Clegg has said. It comes after a Liberal Democrat Cabinet minister indicated David Cameron's commitment to an in/out...
2015/03/29 12:51
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Ed Davey warned that it would be "very difficult" to get Lib Dem support for Tory promises to hold an in-out referendum on Britain's European Union membership by 2017. Mr Davey appeared to align...
2015/03/28 02:51
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Last updated at 13:46, Friday, 27 March 2015 Siemens Subsea has just been granted £620,000 Government investment - creating 25 jobs. The funding will boost a £3.8m project with Electron Beam...
2015/03/27 17:16
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Thousands of pounds of taxpayers money was spent on a Los Angeles bash to celebrate British Oscar nominees and business, official figures show. Business Minister Matthew Hancock told MPs the £85,000...
2015/03/27 11:41
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WE ARE often told by Conservative and Lib-Dem MPs that privatisation would deliver better and more efficient service to the public. The recent privatisation of the postal service organised by the...
2015/03/27 11:07
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Dodgy motors and flash geezers in post-war London. This is the story of Stan ‘The Spiv’ Setty, murdered by Brian Hume in 1949. On March 8 2013 Camden Council permanently closed Warren Street to cars....
2015/03/26 19:48
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With a region steeped in rail history, the North East has now become the first in the country to open a state-of-the-art Rail Academy to produce budding engineers of the future. Following a £5m...
2015/03/26 17:24
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The New Statesman can reveal that the Business Secretary has criticised the Home Office’s decision to deport the academic Dr Miwa Hirono. Hirono, a Japanese native who has been working as an academic...
2015/03/26 16:06
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Business secretary Vince Cable has announced today that two consortia led by Runcorn companies are to be awarded £9.24m in investment to rebuild British manufacturing. Mr Cable said he was ‘pleased’...
2015/03/26 14:35
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With six weeks to go, speculations are mounting over the election results. But what could have happened if different events had taken course. It’s always interesting to speculate about what would...
2015/03/26 13:56
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... jobs to go as Government throws out bid to save Kellingley pit MP Yvette Cooper at Kellingley Colliery. Picture by Simon Hulme KELLINGLEY Colliery in North Yorkshire - one of Britain’s last...
2015/03/26 13:13
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It doesn’t stop there. In the past few weeks the first women to edit the 194-year-old Guardian newspaper, chair the 79-year-old Wellcome Trust medical charity and run the 113-year-old car parts and...
2015/03/26 12:42
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Speaker John Bercow has told MPs "I'm not going anywhere" ahead of a crunch vote which could make it easier for Tory MPs to replace him when Parliament resumes after the election. Labour MP Paul...
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The British Social Attitudes survey, run annually since 1983, has been testing support for the death penalty since 1986. In 1986 74% of the population agreed that execution was the most appropriate...
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