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Daily update 22 May 2016
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"And too heavily on off-balance sheet spending through the Private Finance Initiative. ... Jeremy Corbyn has hit out at the "grotesque levels of inequality" in the UK. ... The Labour leader added: "An economy that starts by tackling the ...
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Cameron is leading the campaign to keep Britain inside the European ... have far-reaching consequences for the country's economy, its role in world trade ... the Brexit debate, warning that Britain would be exposed to security threats ...
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David Cameron warns of a "stark" situation with a 3% rise in the cost of food and a 5% increase in clothing prices if Britain separates its ties with ...
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However, he said he would be prepared to meet Trump if he came to Britain ahead of the U.S. election. In December, Cameron called Trump "divisive, ...
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In March, Finance Minister Lou Jiwei publicly criticised the labour contract law, which requires companies to provide employees a written contract.
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But Britain has so far failed to reflect robo-advice's popularity across the ... offers a range of tracker funds but stops short of offering financial advice.
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Yahoo Finance UK
In neighbouring Dubai, where the economy is not directly reliant on oil and state-linked firms are vigorously pushing tourism and real estate projects, ...
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Since the early Eighties I have paid £10 a month towards a pension. When I took it out the financial adviser gave me a quotation based on 8pc growth.
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After I took out a Sim-only contract with Vodafone nine months ago for £9.50 a month, it invoiced me £329 the first month and £202 the next. Since then ...
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