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Britian's trains branded worst in Europe

HS3 high speed rail link development gets green light from UK government

The UK government’s economic and finance ministry HM Treasury, which maintains control over public spending, revealed on Sunday that Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne have approved plans to develop HS3, a high speed rail […]

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UK and Singapore in Financial Dialogue for deeper financial and economic cooperation

The British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has agreed to a UK-Singapore Financial Dialogue with Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Finance

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Turnover increases in Euro money markets

Segments of the Euro money markets grew by 4%, to EUR79trn in the second quarter of 2014, compared to the second quarter of 2013, according to the Euro

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Estimated 62% of young adults relying on  payday loans to make ends meet

Young British people aged 17 to 24, who are struggling to make ends meet, are turning to risky credit options according to figures released on Thursday by consumer

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UK manufacturing and production output rises in August 2014 

Production and manufacturing output in the UK has increased according to the Index of Production, August 2014 released on Tuesday by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the

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CBI/PwC survey shows UK financial services firms returning to profit

Financial Services companies in the UK are seeing a return to profit and are recruiting more staff, according to 100th CBI/PwC survey of the financial services sector released

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Overseas consumers pay premium for ‘Made in Britain’ labelled products

New research independently commissioned by Barclays Corporate Banking has shown that overseas consumers place a higher value on products branded 'Made in Britain' above those labelled English, Scottish

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More older workers opt to stay at work in UK

New analysis on older people in the workplace, released in conjunction with International Older People's Day on 1 October 2014 by the UK's Department for Work & Pensions

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CIPD study on UK labour market reveals EU migrants support business growth

The CIPD, a UK professional body for HR and people development, announced on Tuesday that it has published a report titled 'The growth of EU labour: Assessing the

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Markets rises following Scotland’s No vote

The FTSE 100 rose 0.65% to 6,863.81, on Friday, following the referendum in which Scottish voters said 'No' to an independent Scotland. The pound has fallen over the past

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