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Businesses, organisations, community groups and people are quickly realising Heathrow's solution to the UK’s future aviation strategy question is about Britain’s place in a rapidly changing world.
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The great left-right battle for the party is already over. The left have lost.
'Never face a migrant in your household': The website which shows how low our debate on immigration has sunk
Websites advising landlords on how to avoid having 'migrants' in their property show how toxic our debate on immigration has become.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders' April estimate for total gross lending is £16 billion, 1% down on the previous month and 4% lower than the £16.7 billion of lending last April.
NARPO welcome the release of the Pension Ombudsman determination in the case of retired firefighter Mr Milne in the dispute regarding commutation factors.
BASC is calling on those who shoot to respond to the European Commission’s public opinion survey on the “fitness for purpose” of the birds and habitats directive.
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has warned that legislation implementing changes to schemes designed to promote investment in small and growing businesses could deter some investors from taking advantage of the reliefs.
14 Sep 2015