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Iain Cameron suggests how successful growth sectors could show other sectors.

Uk Growth: 2008 – 2016 Published on November 17, 2017 Iain Cameron In the eight years 2008-2016 the UK economy only grew by about 10 pc and currently is slowing further. This 10pc is about £173bn in constant price terms. … Continue reading

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Councils need ‘clarity’ on highways funding allocations.

Attribution: Mark Whitehead. A leading motorists’ organisation has demanded clarity from transport secretary Chris Grayling over plans for spending on roads. The RAC Foundation welcomed the announcement of new spending in the Autumn Statement but said local authorities needed to … Continue reading

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September 21st is EDWARD day.

The Road Safety Unit of the European Commission’s Directorate General for Mobility and Transport has just launched a campaign with TISPOL (the European Traffic Police Network) called “EDWARD – the European Day Without A Road Death” which is scheduled for … Continue reading

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Small Charitable Donations Bill announced in Queen’s Speech

The government has today announced its intention to introduce a Small Charitable Donations Bill to simplify the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme. Source: Small Charitable Donations Bill announced in Queen’s Speech

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RHA brands Calais charity comments as “absolutely outrageous”.

The Road Haulage Association (@RHANews) shares the view of police and crime commissioner for Surrey, Kevin Hurley (@kvnbhrly1), that the migrant camp at Calais is unpoliced. In addition, it considers comments made by Care4Calais charity founder, Claire Moseley to be … Continue reading

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The new Ford GT.

The new Ford GT looks tasty – production starts next year and will commemorate the successes at Le Mans back in 1966. Christopher Macgowan @chrismacgowan

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Tower Bridge glass walkways open

For a different view of London, head to Tower Bridge, where high level walkways with glass floors were opened to the public on Monday. The walkways will provide spectacular bird’s eye views of the bridge lifts, which generally occur every … Continue reading

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