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16 Mar 1:00pm Brexit or no Brexit, our real problem is failure to invest
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And even staying in the EU would only lessen the effects of this shortfall, not solve it As we enter the dog days of article 50 negotiations, with the political heat rising to boiling point, MPs should stop a moment and consider what kind of Brexit catastrophe awaits the country. Brexit supporters argue that MPs’ information could be a little out of date. And it’s not just them. Listen to the governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, who says a no-deal Brexit is not the catastrophe many believed it would be when
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16 Mar 12:00pm After two deadly disasters in five months, can Boeing survive?
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The global grounding of its bestselling model after 346 deaths has created a genuine crisis for the company and its clientsWithin three minutes of takeoff, Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 had accelerated to unusually high speeds. Captain Yared Getachew knew something was wrong as the aircraft, a Boeing 737 Max 8, erratically dipped and climbed by hundreds of feet. He
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16 Mar 6:19am Brexit delay could cost millions in extra payments to ferry firms
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Estimated extra cost of £28m will be fresh blow to transport secretary Chris Grayling Any delay to the UK leaving the European Union could cost the government tens of millions in extra payments to keep its no-deal ferry contracts in place. The extra costs will be a fresh political blow to the transport secretary, Chris Grayling, after the collapse of one contract with an operator that had no ferries and a lawsuit by Eurotunnel that was settled out of court at a cost of £33m.
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16 Mar 5:40am Christchurch attack: tech firms must clean up platforms - Javid
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UK home secretary says they ‘have responsibility not to do terrorists’ work for them’ Internet companies who allow the distribution of banned content “should be prepared to face the full force of the law”, Sajid Javid has said, as he called on people to stop watching and sharing the livestream broadcast by a
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16 Mar 4:00am Dispute brewing as craft beer makers mull pending tax reform
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Normally fraternal world of microbreweries in acrimonious split over tax breaks Trouble is brewing in the normally convivial world of beer making, with an unseemly fracas developing over pending reform of the tax breaks that have fuelled the huge growth in the number of small brewers. Anyone enjoying the wide array of lagers, ales, stouts and porters at this weekend’s bustling BeerX exhibition in Liverpool, organised by trade body the Society of Independent Brewers (Siba), could raise a glass to Gordon Brown.
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16 Mar 3:30am I live with my partner – what should we do financially and legally?
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We’ve been together for nearly 10 years, have a child and don’t want to get married
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16 Mar 3:00am Carphone Warehouse: are you entitled to compensation?
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Company fined £29.1m by FCA for mis-selling mobile insurance and advice service Up to 28,000 consumers who were mis-sold Carphone Warehouse’s Geek Squad mobile insurance and technical advice service could be due refunds after the company was fined £29.1m by the Financial Conduct Authority. The FCA said this week that Carphone Warehouse
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15 Mar 8:01pm Visa extension to boost numbers of overseas students in UK after Brexit
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New measures will allow international students to seek employment for up to a year International students will be given visa extensions of up to a year to look for work in the UK as part of a package of government measures to boost numbers of overseas students after Brexit. The move represents a break with current policy, where students are allowed to stay for just four months after graduation.
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