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RBS Government stake sell-off to restart within 18 monthsThe Government is dusting off plans to re-privatise taxpayer-backed Royal Bank
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The Government is dusting off plans to re-privatise taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland with the aim of selling £15 billion of its shares by 2023. It plans to restart share sales in RBS by the end of the 2018-19 financial year and sell off £3... Read more
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Budget 2017: Hammond pledges transport boost to get UK “firing on all cylinders”Philip Hammond pledged to get the UK “firing on all cylinders” with a range of
guardian-series / Posted moments ago
Philip Hammond pledged to get the UK “firing on all cylinders” with a range of investments in transport projects. The Chancellor’s plans for transport infrastructure included a £1.7 billion Transforming Cities fund to boost links between prosperous... Read more
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guardian-series
Budget 2017: Additional funds for NHS will not plug gap, Sir Bruce Keogh saysPatients will be forced to wait longer for care because additional funds alloca
guardian-series / Posted moments ago
Patients will be forced to wait longer for care because additional funds allocated to the health service in the Budget will not plug the funding gap in the NHS, a senior official has suggested. Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, national medical director... Read more
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Stamp duty cut for first-time buyers at heart of plan to tackle housing crisisThe main gainers from the Government’s cut in stamp duty for first-time buyers
guardian-series / Posted moments ago
The main gainers from the Government’s cut in stamp duty for first-time buyers will be those who already own a home, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has said. It said the consequence of introducing the relief would be to increase house... Read more
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UEFA News
KSÍ and UEFA GROW supporting further football development in IcelandUEFA GROW is designed to help football flourish in Europe. This innovative prog
UEFA News / Posted 2 minutes ago
UEFA GROW is designed to help football flourish in Europe. This innovative programme, which was launched by European football’s governing body in September 2015, aims to boost football growth across the continent through strategic business... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
MOCI Gears Up for Annual MSME ConfabCommerce Minister Addy (center) and an international guest interact with an agr
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 minutes ago
Commerce Minister Addy (center) and an international guest interact with an agripreneur at a past MSME conference in Monrovia. The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) will on Saturday, November 25, launch the Small Business Administration's... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
IMF U.S.$20.7 Million Payment Reopens Floodgates to Court CasesHaddad's case was forced to be suspended when Chief Judge Eva Mappy Morgan deni
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 minutes ago
Haddad's case was forced to be suspended when Chief Judge Eva Mappy Morgan denied state lawyers' contention that her court lacked legal jurisdiction over the case. Several companies, including the Prestige and Alliance Motor Corporation, are now... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Lada Improves Capacity of Vegetable Aggregators and Food ProcessorsThe Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity (LADA) over the weekend made a do
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 minutes ago
The Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity (LADA) over the weekend made a donation of two generators worth US$21,100 to a vegetable aggregator and food processor in Margibi and Montserrado counties. The Papé Natural Food Enterprise of Kakata... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
RBS Government stake sell-off to restart within 18 monthsThe Government is dusting off plans to re-privatise taxpayer-backed Royal Bank
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 minutes ago
The Government is dusting off plans to re-privatise taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland with the aim of selling £15 billion of its shares by 2023. It plans to restart share sales in RBS by the end of the 2018-19 financial year and sell off £3... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Budget 2017: Additional funds for NHS will not plug gap, Sir Bruce Keogh saysPatients will be forced to wait longer for care because additional funds alloca
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 minutes ago
Patients will be forced to wait longer for care because additional funds allocated to the health service in the Budget will not plug the funding gap in the NHS, a senior official has suggested. Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, national medical director... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Stamp duty cut for first-time buyers at heart of plan to tackle housing crisisThe main gainers from the Government’s cut in stamp duty for first-time buyers
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 minutes ago
The main gainers from the Government’s cut in stamp duty for first-time buyers will be those who already own a home, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has said. It said the consequence of introducing the relief would be to increase house... Read more
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Variety
Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen Sues Walter Becker’s Estate for Control of BandCREDIT: J. TERRILL/AP/REX/Shutterstock Fagen’s suit is apparently an effort to
Variety / Posted 2 minutes ago
CREDIT: J. TERRILL/AP/REX/Shutterstock Fagen’s suit is apparently an effort to head off a move from Becker’s estate: He alleges that four days after Becker’s death from esophageal cancer on September 3, he received a letter that said: “We wanted to... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Budget 2017: Hammond pledges transport boost to get UK “firing on all cylinders”Philip Hammond pledged to get the UK “firing on all cylinders” with a range of
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 minutes ago
Philip Hammond pledged to get the UK “firing on all cylinders” with a range of investments in transport projects. The Chancellor’s plans for transport infrastructure included a £1.7 billion Transforming Cities fund to boost links between prosperous... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Africa Must Implement 1990 Yamoussoukro Agreement for Open Skies, Says AfDB President"Together, let's open up the skies of Africa, and together let's integrate Afri
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 minutes ago
"Together, let's open up the skies of Africa, and together let's integrate Africa. By so doing, we will build stronger and more resilient economies." - Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank The African Development Bank (AfDB)... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Iata, African Development Bank Sign MOU to Advance Africa's AviationMoU focuses on capacity building, improved safety, connectivity, infrastructure
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 minutes ago
MoU focuses on capacity building, improved safety, connectivity, infrastructure The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the African Development Bank (AfDB) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a framework for... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Adopting Agricultural Value Chains Is No Longer an Option - Botswana OfficialGaborone — "Our position as the Ministry of Agricultural Development and Food S
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 minutes ago
Gaborone — "Our position as the Ministry of Agricultural Development and Food Security, Botswana is that the adoption of value chain approach to developing the agriculture sector in no longer an option but and imperative". The statement was made by... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Niger Marks Africa Statistics Day With Call for Africa to Scale-Up Production of Quality DataNiamey — The government of Niger on Saturday joined other countries on the cont
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 minutes ago
Niamey — The government of Niger on Saturday joined other countries on the continent in marking the 27th Africa Statistics Day with officials urging the continent to scale-up efforts to produce quality data that will guide policy formulation... Read more
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International Business Times
Hong Kong's Hang Seng breaks 30,000 barrier for the first time since 2007 Hong Kong's Hang Seng share index broke through the 30,000 threshold for the fi
International Business Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Hong Kong's Hang Seng share index broke through the 30,000 threshold for the first time in a decade on Wednesday (22 November). The index, which has climbed by over a third in 2017 so far, closed at 30,003.49 and moved closer to its all-time high of... Read more
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New York Daily News
Energy companies rise with oil prices; other stocks snoozeFILE - In this Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, file photo, the American flag flies above
New York Daily News / Posted 4 minutes ago
FILE - In this Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, file photo, the American flag flies above the Wall Street entrance to the New York Stock Exchange. Global stocks mostly rose Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017, after Wall Street hit new highs and Hong Kong's Hang Seng... Read more
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Harrow Times
Budget 2017: Hammond pledges transport boost to get UK “firing on all cylinders”Philip Hammond pledged to get the UK “firing on all cylinders” with a range of
Harrow Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
Philip Hammond pledged to get the UK “firing on all cylinders” with a range of investments in transport projects. The Chancellor’s plans for transport infrastructure included a £1.7 billion Transforming Cities fund to boost links between prosperous... Read more
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Harrow Times
RBS Government stake sell-off to restart within 18 monthsThe Government is dusting off plans to re-privatise taxpayer-backed Royal Bank
Harrow Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
The Government is dusting off plans to re-privatise taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland with the aim of selling £15 billion of its shares by 2023. It plans to restart share sales in RBS by the end of the 2018-19 financial year and sell off £3... Read more
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Harrow Times
Stamp duty cut for first-time buyers at heart of plan to tackle housing crisisThe main gainers from the Government’s cut in stamp duty for first-time buyers
Harrow Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
The main gainers from the Government’s cut in stamp duty for first-time buyers will be those who already own a home, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has said. It said the consequence of introducing the relief would be to increase house... Read more
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Harrow Times
Budget 2017: Additional funds for NHS will not plug gap, Sir Bruce Keogh saysPatients will be forced to wait longer for care because additional funds alloca
Harrow Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Patients will be forced to wait longer for care because additional funds allocated to the health service in the Budget will not plug the funding gap in the NHS, a senior official has suggested. Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, national medical director... Read more
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Swissinfo
Stock Rally Pauses, Dollar Down Before Fed Minutes(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks fluctuated near all-time highs in light action befor
Swissinfo / Posted 5 minutes ago
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks fluctuated near all-time highs in light action before the Thanksgiving holiday as traders await the FOMC minutes for clues on the monetary policy. The S&P 500 Index was little changed -- after breaching 2,600 for the first... Read more
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FOX 8 Cleveland
J. Crew will close dozens of stores by the end of January**This image is for use with this specific article only** J. Crew announced lat
FOX 8 Cleveland / Posted 5 minutes ago
**This image is for use with this specific article only** J. Crew announced late Tuesday that it plans to close 39 stores by the end of January -- about 6% of its total and double the number it previously planned to close. J. Crew announced late... Read more
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Gazette News
RBS Government stake sell-off to restart within 18 monthsThe Government is dusting off plans to re-privatise taxpayer-backed Royal Bank
Gazette News / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Government is dusting off plans to re-privatise taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland with the aim of selling £15 billion of its shares by 2023. It plans to restart share sales in RBS by the end of the 2018-19 financial year and sell off £3... Read more
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Gazette News
Stamp duty cut for first-time buyers at heart of plan to tackle housing crisisThe main gainers from the Government’s cut in stamp duty for first-time buyers
Gazette News / Posted 6 minutes ago
The main gainers from the Government’s cut in stamp duty for first-time buyers will be those who already own a home, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has said. It said the consequence of introducing the relief would be to increase house... Read more
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This is West Country
RBS Government stake sell-off to restart within 18 monthsThe Government is dusting off plans to re-privatise taxpayer-backed Royal Bank
This is West Country / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Government is dusting off plans to re-privatise taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland with the aim of selling £15 billion of its shares by 2023. It plans to restart share sales in RBS by the end of the 2018-19 financial year and sell off £3... Read more
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This is West Country
Budget 2017: Hammond pledges transport boost to get UK “firing on all cylinders”Philip Hammond pledged to get the UK “firing on all cylinders” with a range of
This is West Country / Posted 6 minutes ago
Philip Hammond pledged to get the UK “firing on all cylinders” with a range of investments in transport projects. The Chancellor’s plans for transport infrastructure included a £1.7 billion Transforming Cities fund to boost links between prosperous... Read more
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This is West Country
Budget 2017: Additional funds for NHS will not plug gap, Sir Bruce Keogh saysPatients will be forced to wait longer for care because additional funds alloca
This is West Country / Posted 6 minutes ago
Patients will be forced to wait longer for care because additional funds allocated to the health service in the Budget will not plug the funding gap in the NHS, a senior official has suggested. Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, national medical director... Read more
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