Jesus stickers means word row

1 Feb 2015 Last updated during 08:27 Age UK has denied there is a eremite ground behind a move An word association has threatened to blank a process of a Christian apportion since she put eremite stickers on her car. Rev Wena Parry, 75, was told that stickers observant “Christ Must Be Saviour” and “Christ […]

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Uber sued over India rape allegation

30 Jan 2015 Last updated during 06:03 India is one of dozens of countries where Uber is popular An Indian lady who says she was raped by a motorist of web-based cab organisation Uber in Delhi has filed a lawsuit opposite a use in a US court. The 26-year-old lady accuses a organisation of unwell […]

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Oil limit to hear pleas for action

1 Feb 2015 Last updated during 00:20 Industry physique Oil and Gas UK is to call for “meaningful action” from supervision in sequence to tackle vital hurdles confronting North Sea operators. Chief executive Malcolm Webb will tell an oil and gas limit in Aberdeen on Monday that “an indeterminate and damaging business environment” has put […]

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BT pounded on farming broadband costs

30 Jan 2015 Last updated during 16:11 By Jane Wakefield Technology reporter Extra income for farming broadband will be welcomed by those struggling on a delayed connection BT has been indicted by MPs of “vastly overestimating” a cost of providing broadband to farming areas. It follows a National Audit Office (NAO) report, that suggested that […]

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Pension tracing use to expand

1 Feb 2015 Last updated during 06:58 Pension holders are being speedy to redeem their income in sequence to suffer a improved retirement A giveaway use that helps people locate grant pots they have mislaid lane of will triple a series of staff to accommodate record numbers of enquiries. The Pension Tracing Service will have […]

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Greek PM offers olive bend on debt

31 Jan 2015 Last updated during 22:20 Mr Tsipras (R) pronounced it was still early days for negotiations with creditors Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has pronounced he is assured that agreement can be reached with creditors over amends of Greece’s debts. Mr Tsipras pronounced in a matter released to Bloomberg news organisation that he […]

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Merkel manners out Greek debt relief

31 Jan 2015 Last updated during 14:05 Angela Merkel insists she still wants Greece to stay in a eurozone German Chancellor Angela Merkel has ruled out cancelling any of Greece’s debt, observant banks and creditors have already done estimable cuts. But Mrs Merkel told a Die Welt journal she still wanted Greece to stay in […]

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VIDEO: Jordan businesses get giveaway makeover

Two Amman formed striking designers have started a plan that offers decayed businesses complicated makeovers – totally giveaway of charge. Ali Almasri and Hussein Alazaat contend they set adult a Wajha plan when they beheld that a collateral had turn cluttered with cheap, mass constructed signage. It has been a success in Jordan and they […]

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Midnight taxation lapse deadline looms

31 Jan 2015 Last updated during 00:18 By Simon Gompertz Personal financial correspondent, BBC News The deadline for filing a taxation lapse is midnight on Saturday A million taxpayers who need to contention a self-assessment taxation lapse contingency do so by midnight on Saturday. Those who destroy to accommodate a deadline for online earnings risk […]

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EU’s Moscovici wants Greece in euro

31 Jan 2015 Last updated during 03:37 The euro needs Greece, a EU’s mercantile affairs commissioner told a BBC Greece belongs in a eurozone and a singular banking depends on there being no “Grexit”, a EU mercantile and financial affairs commissioner says. Pierre Moscovici told a BBC’s Hardtalk “we will do everything” to forestall Greece […]

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