Life in a rented wreck

30 Aug 2014 Last updated during 03:37 By Robert Pigott BBC News Ron Bower has recently suffered heart attacks and feels trapped in unsound housing Unscrupulous landlords are providing exposed tenants with bad housing, and removing divided with it, according to experts who are perfectionist that smallest standards be enforced to expostulate brute landlords out […]

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How your landlord could be a brand

29 Aug 2014 Last updated during 22:16 By Brian Milligan Personal Finance reporter, BBC News The new flats are designed to keep tenants happy – and make them stay longer Leaky pipes, damaged boilers and remarkable evictions are slight hazards for Britain’s 9 million private tenants. Most landlords are ideally decent, of course, nonetheless many […]

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IMF voices ‘confidence’ in Lagarde

29 Aug 2014 Last updated during 23:08 Ms Lagarde transposed Dominique Strauss-Kahn as IMF doing executive in 2011 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has voiced certainty in a personality Christine Lagarde, notwithstanding her being investigated for loosening in France. Ms Lagarde, 58, has been questioned about her purpose in awarding remuneration to businessman Bernard Tapie […]

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Rogue landlords ‘must face crackdown’

30 Aug 2014 Last updated during 04:01 Housing experts have called for smallest standards to be improved enforced in a private let marketplace to stop landlords exploiting exposed tenants. The Chartered Institute of Housing and a Resolution Foundation pronounced brute landlords contingency face stricter sanctions. In a report, they also called for taxation incentives for […]

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Every pool helps

29 Aug 2014 Last updated during 16:12 By Rebecca Marston Business reporter, BBC News Shrunk Supermarkets smashed. The whole zone was jarred after Tesco finished a week with a bombshell distinction warning. It proves that there is a extent to how distant this lot can expand. Tesco has roughly 500 superstores and good over 1,500 […]

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VIDEO: Is India’s business spirit growing?

The Indian economy has been flourishing during a slowest gait in 3 decades. And expectations have been using high ever given a new government, headed by Narendra Modi, took assign 3 months ago. But are there signs of business certainty changing on a ground? Sameer Hashmi visited a shoe bureau in Mumbai, following a products […]

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VIDEO: Malaysia Airlines to cut 6,000 jobs

Malaysia Airlines is to cut 6000 jobs, scarcely a third of a staff, as partial of a liberation devise following a detriment of dual planes this year. No snippet of moody MH370 has been found given it went blank over a Indian Ocean in March. A second craft MH17 was shot down over Ukraine in […]

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India’s expansion hits dual year high

29 Aug 2014 Last updated during 17:52 India’s economy grew by 5.7% in a 3 months to June, a fastest gait in two-and-a-half years, according to an central estimate. The economy was helped by clever expansion in electricity, gas and H2O supply, and financial services, a Ministry of Statistics said. The expansion figure was aloft […]

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Russian rouble falls to new low

29 Aug 2014 Last updated during 16:59 The Russian rouble fell to a record low opposite a dollar as investors fear serve sanctions opposite a nation. The rouble fell to 37.03 per dollar on Friday, a misfortune gratefulness given a banking was restructured in 1998. The decrease comes weeks after Russia’s executive bank affianced to […]

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