Monthly Archives: April 2014

HS2: I will fight against it – Treasury Minister

Andrea Leadsom, the new Treasury minister, urges David Cameron to rethink the HS2 rail project, saying £50 billion investment is poor value for money. David Cameron’s new Treasury minister has called for a “dramatic rethink” of the High Speed 2 … Continue reading

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Foreign & Commonwealth Office helpful advice for those many people visiting the Eurovision Song Contest!

How very thoughtful of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to issue an advice note to those thousands of UK citizens who will be visiting the Eurovision Song Contest: It is taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark from 6 to 10 May … Continue reading

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BMW helping Brilliance China to develop new minibuses

Olaf Kastner, Chief Executive of BMW Brilliance Automotive, said the joint venture between BMW Group (GER:BMW) and Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd (114.HK) had diversified beyond building BMW branded cars in the world’s largest car market. The Munich-based auto maker … Continue reading

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Motor TradeBook – Automotive Blogs – The automotive industry is the most engaging industry on Facebook

Motor TradeBook – Automotive Blogs – The automotive industry is the most engaging industry on Facebook.

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Welcome to Lynwood Village.

Set within 20 acres of mature woodland and picturesque landscaped gardens in the beautiful village of Sunninghill on the outskirts of Ascot, the exclusive Lynwood Village is a thriving community within a community. Very few places are so sought after … Continue reading

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Fuel duty cut is good for the economy.

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) applauded the Chancellor’s recognition that cutting fuel duty does have a positive impact for all – something that the Association has been telling government for a very long time. According to a Treasury Report issued … Continue reading

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XP RIP

April 8th – the day that Microsoft no longer supports Windows XP – is upon us, and for organisations that still have a significant XP user base, it’s no surprise there is rising concern over what to do next. Gartner … Continue reading

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