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Daily Telegraph
Strictly is tougher than fiscal policy, Mr Ballsshadow chancellor. He’s not the first ex-MP to twirl in sequins (actually, Swa
Strictly is tougher than fiscal policy, Mr Balls
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
shadow chancellor. He’s not the first ex-MP to twirl in sequins (actually, Swarovski crystal; those dresses weigh a ton). Vince Cable has done the Christmas Special. Anne Widdecombe preceded me, and was, to everyone’s surprise, terrific. The... Read more
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Canberra Times
Britain's May worried by China investment, intervened to delay nuclear dealTheresa May was quite clear she was unhappy about the rather gung-ho approach t
Britain's May worried by China investment, intervened to delay nuclear deal
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
Theresa May was quite clear she was unhappy about the rather gung-ho approach to Chinese investment that we had," Vince Cable, Britain's former business secretary and a leading member of the Liberal Democrats, who governed in coalition... Read more
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The Age
Britain's May worried by China investment, intervened to delay nuclear dealTheresa May was quite clear she was unhappy about the rather gung-ho approach t
Britain's May worried by China investment, intervened to delay nuclear deal
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
Theresa May was quite clear she was unhappy about the rather gung-ho approach to Chinese investment that we had," Vince Cable, Britain's former business secretary and a leading member of the Liberal Democrats, who governed in coalition... Read more
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12d
Sydney Morning Herald
Britain's May worried by China investment, intervened to delay nuclear dealTheresa May was quite clear she was unhappy about the rather gung-ho approach t
Britain's May worried by China investment, intervened to delay nuclear deal
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Theresa May was quite clear she was unhappy about the rather gung-ho approach to Chinese investment that we had," Vince Cable, Britain's former business secretary and a leading member of the Liberal Democrats, who governed in coalition... Read more
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12d
Breitbart
FBI: Chinese Could Build UK Nuclear Plant With Stolen U.S. Technologyshe was unhappy about the rather gung-ho approach to Chinese investment that we
FBI: Chinese Could Build UK Nuclear Plant With Stolen U.S. Technology
Breitbart / Posted 12 days ago
she was unhappy about the rather gung-ho approach to Chinese investment that we had,” Britain’s former business secretary Vince Cable told BBC Radio. Nuclear engineer Mr. Ho, 66, was born in China but became a naturalised American citizen and ran... Read more
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SKY News
Is May Right To Back Away From China?at will." He accused Mr Cameron's government of "ignoring the evidence ... of
Is May Right To Back Away From China?
SKY News / Posted 14 days ago
at will." He accused Mr Cameron's government of "ignoring the evidence ... of the security and intelligence agencies". Vince Cable, the former business secretary, confirmed that during the Coalition Mrs May had a "general prejudice" against... Read more
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BBC News
China warns of 'crucial juncture' over Hinkley delayinvolvement in a UK nuclear power station were the primary reason for postponin
China warns of 'crucial juncture' over Hinkley delay
BBC News / Posted 15 days ago
involvement in a UK nuclear power station were the primary reason for postponing the deal. Former Business Secretary Sir Vince Cable said that when he was in the Cabinet with the then home secretary, Mrs May had been unhappy with what she... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham celeb first to be confirmed for new series of Strictlygeneral election last year, follows in the footsteps of Tories Edwina Currie an
Nottingham celeb first to be confirmed for new series of Strictly
Nottingham Post / Posted 15 days ago
general election last year, follows in the footsteps of Tories Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe and Liberal Democrat Sir Vince Cable, who once appeared in a Christmas special. Balls' decision to sign up for this autumn's run of the BBC ballroom... Read more
15d
Irish Examiner
When politics meets reality TV: Strictly's Ed Balls to follow several other politicians to give it a gosuccess story for the comedy element in her dance routines and kept her place i
When politics meets reality TV: Strictly's Ed Balls to follow several other politicians to give it a go
Irish Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
success story for the comedy element in her dance routines and kept her place in the competition until week 10. 3. Vince Cable shows off his fancy footwork in Strictly Come Dancing’s Christmas special Vince Cable on the BBC Christmas... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Norwich City chairman Ed Balls admits he is ‘scared to death’ as he joins Strictly Come DancingWiddecombe and Edwina Currie, who both previously competed for the Strictly tro
Norwich City chairman Ed Balls admits he is ‘scared to death’ as he joins Strictly Come Dancing
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 15 days ago
Widdecombe and Edwina Currie, who both previously competed for the Strictly trophy on the main show and Liberal Democrat Vince Cable showed of his moves on the Christmas Special. His wife, MP Yvette Cooper, tweeted that she was “so envious” of... Read more
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15d
Belfast Telegraph
Ed Balls is the first star confirmed for Strictly Come Dancingis the latest politician to vie for the Glitterball trophy, following Ann Widde
Ed Balls is the first star confirmed for Strictly Come Dancing
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
is the latest politician to vie for the Glitterball trophy, following Ann Widdecombe and Edwina Currie, as well as Vince Cable who tried his luck on the Christmas special. However, Ed will be the first ever Labour politician to compete on... Read more
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15d
Kingston Guardian
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Kingston Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
Oxford Mail
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
Streatham Guardian
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Streatham Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
Bury Times
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Bury Times / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
Gazette
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
guardian-series
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
guardian-series / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
Harrow Times
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Harrow Times / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
This is West Country
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
This is West Country / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
Gazette News
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Gazette News / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
Bolton News
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Bolton News / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
Wandsworth Guardian
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Croydon Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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heraldscotland
Ed Balls: Why I'm waltzing on to Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls: Why I'm waltzing on to Strictly Come Dancing
heraldscotland / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Ed will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Norwich City chairman confirmed as first celebrity for new series of Strictly Come Dancingwas announced. Balls follows in the footsteps of fellow politicians Ann Widdec
Norwich City chairman confirmed as first celebrity for new series of Strictly Come Dancing
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 15 days ago
was announced. Balls follows in the footsteps of fellow politicians Ann Widdecombe and Edwina Currie, who both previously competed for the Strictly trophy on the main show and Liberal Democrat Vince Cable showed of his moves on the Christmas Speci... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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Northern Echo
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Northern Echo / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
Irish Examiner
Ed Balls: Why I'm waltzing on to Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls: Why I'm waltzing on to Strictly Come Dancing
Irish Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Ed will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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15d
walesonline
The first Strictly Come Dancing 2016 contestant is Ed Ballsfirst celebrity contestants on Strictly Come Dancing this year. Mr Balls is th
The first Strictly Come Dancing 2016 contestant is Ed Balls
walesonline / Posted 15 days ago
first celebrity contestants on Strictly Come Dancing this year. Mr Balls is the first male politician to compete in the main series of the hit Saturday night programme, although Liberal Democrat Sir Vince Cable once appeared in a Christmas spe... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancingex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Ed Balls 'scared to death' after signing up for Strictly Come Dancing
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, but Mr Balls will be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Strictly Come Dancing 2016 line up: Ed Balls confirmed as first celebrity to join the showAnn Widdecombe and Edwina Currie have both previously strutted their stuff on t
Strictly Come Dancing 2016 line up: Ed Balls confirmed as first celebrity to join the show
Liverpool Echo / Posted 15 days ago
Ann Widdecombe and Edwina Currie have both previously strutted their stuff on the popular show, while the Lib Dem’s Vince Cable took part in a Christmas special. Read More Strictly Come Dancing returns in the autumn with Tess Daly and... Read more
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New Kerala
UK has 'abandoned, betrayed' 6 ex-soldiers jailed in India - newkerala.com #101680said. Last month, Edward Bell, the British government's head of export control
UK has 'abandoned, betrayed' 6 ex-soldiers jailed in India - newkerala.com #101680
New Kerala / Posted 16 days ago
said. Last month, Edward Bell, the British government's head of export controls, confirmed to the Indian court that Vince Cable, the then business secretary, granted licences for the firearms in 2012 and 2013. Cameron made a personal appeal... Read more
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Daily Star
Theresa May has security concerns over China's role in building new nuclear power planta kingdom striving to pull itself out of the Brexit aftermath, openness is the
Theresa May has security concerns over China's role in building new nuclear power plant
Daily Star / Posted 21 days ago
a kingdom striving to pull itself out of the Brexit aftermath, openness is the key way out.” Ex Business Secretary Sir Vince Cable said it was a clear threat that hopes of major Chinese investment in the HS2 rail line and other schemes “all... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Industrial growth on the agenda for May's new Cabinet committeewhich has a one-third stake in the project - investing in critical infrastructu
Industrial growth on the agenda for May's new Cabinet committee
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 21 days ago
which has a one-third stake in the project - investing in critical infrastructure in the UK. Former business secretary Sir Vince Cable has said Mrs May was unhappy with what she saw as the previous government's "gung-ho" approach to doing deals... Read more
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The Manila Times
China angry at Britain over nuclear plantBritish taxpayers to paying above-market rates for electricity for decades to c
China angry at Britain over nuclear plant
The Manila Times / Posted 21 days ago
British taxpayers to paying above-market rates for electricity for decades to come. Former British cabinet member Vince Cable, who worked with May when she was home secretary, told media at the weekend that at the time she had been... Read more
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The News and Star
Industrial growth on the agenda for May's new Cabinet committeewhich has a one-third stake in the project - investing in critical infrastructu
Industrial growth on the agenda for May's new Cabinet committee
The News and Star / Posted 21 days ago
which has a one-third stake in the project - investing in critical infrastructure in the UK. Former business secretary Sir Vince Cable has said Mrs May was unhappy with what she saw as the previous government's "gung-ho" approach to doing deals... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Ex-MP Ed Balls tipped to waltz his way on to Strictly Come DancingEdwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Ann Widdecombe on Strictly Come Dancing (Guy
Ex-MP Ed Balls tipped to waltz his way on to Strictly Come Dancing
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Ann Widdecombe on Strictly Come Dancing (Guy Levy/BBC/PA) Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, so Ed would be the first male politician to appear on the main... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Strictly budgeting for ex-MP Ed Balls to make autumn statement on dancefloorex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and
Strictly budgeting for ex-MP Ed Balls to make autumn statement on dancefloor
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
ex-politicians who have appeared in the ballroom show include Edwina Currie and Ann Widdecombe. Former business secretary Vince Cable took part in the Christmas special in 2010, which would make Mr Balls the first male politician to appear on the... Read more
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21d
SKY News
Ed 'Glitter' Balls Set For Strictly Glory?glory - making him the first male politician to take his partner by the hand fo
Ed 'Glitter' Balls Set For Strictly Glory?
SKY News / Posted 21 days ago
glory - making him the first male politician to take his partner by the hand for a full series. His former colleague Vince Cable was in a Christmas special. :: Cooper Fuels Speculation Over Balls Strictly Appearance Previous politicians to... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Industrial growth on the agenda for May's new Cabinet committee « Shropshire Starwhich has a one-third stake in the project - investing in critical infrastructu
Industrial growth on the agenda for May's new Cabinet committee « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 22 days ago
which has a one-third stake in the project - investing in critical infrastructure in the UK. Former business secretary Sir Vince Cable has said Mrs May was unhappy with what she saw as the previous government's "gung-ho" approach to doing deals... Read more
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22d
TheBull
China 'cannot tolerate accusations' on Britain investmentBritish taxpayers to paying above-market rates for electricity for decades to c
China 'cannot tolerate accusations' on Britain investment
TheBull / Posted 22 days ago
British taxpayers to paying above-market rates for electricity for decades to come. Former British cabinet member Vince Cable, who worked with May when she was home secretary, told media at the weekend that at the time she had been... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scottish Secretary omitted from new economic taskforcethat Mrs May had concerns over the national security implications of Chinese in
Scottish Secretary omitted from new economic taskforce
heraldscotland / Posted 22 days ago
that Mrs May had concerns over the national security implications of Chinese investment while she was Home Secretary. Sir Vince Cable, the former Liberal Democrat business secretary, said that she had demanded strict checks on Chinese companies... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Industrial growth on the agenda for May's new Cabinet committeewhich has a one-third stake in the project - investing in critical infrastructu
Industrial growth on the agenda for May's new Cabinet committee
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
which has a one-third stake in the project - investing in critical infrastructure in the UK. Former business secretary Sir Vince Cable has said Mrs May was unhappy with what she saw as the previous government's "gung-ho" approach to doing deals... Read more
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heraldscotland
Theresa May 'seeking strong relationship' with China despite nuclear plant pauseconcerns about the role of the Chinese state investing in critical infrastructu
Theresa May 'seeking strong relationship' with China despite nuclear plant pause
heraldscotland / Posted 22 days ago
concerns about the role of the Chinese state investing in critical infrastructure in the UK. Former business secretary Sir Vince Cable has said Mrs May was unhappy with what she saw as the government's "gung-ho" approach to doing deals with Beijing... Read more
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guardian-series
Theresa May 'seeking strong relationship' with China despite nuclear plant pauseconcerns about the role of the Chinese state investing in critical infrastructu
Theresa May 'seeking strong relationship' with China despite nuclear plant pause
guardian-series / Posted 22 days ago
concerns about the role of the Chinese state investing in critical infrastructure in the UK. Former business secretary Sir Vince Cable has said Mrs May was unhappy with what she saw as the government's "gung-ho" approach to doing deals with Beijing... Read more
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