Monthly Archives: January 2014

Cameron’s Attempts to Avoid Rebellion Risk Stoking Tory Tensions

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron’s attempt to avoid a parliamentary rebellion risked further damaging the already tense relationship with his Conservative Party’s rank-and-file lawmakers today.

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Cameron’s Attempts to Avoid Rebellion Risk Stoking Tory Tensions

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U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron’s attempt to avoid a parliamentary rebellion risked further damaging the already tense relationship with his Conservative Party’s rank-and-file lawmakers today.

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U.K. Lawmakers Push For Ban On Smoking in Cars With Children

Lawmakers in the U.K. Parliament’s upper chamber are pushing for a ban on smoking in cars carrying children.

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Cameron’s Tories Fight on 2 Fronts in New Hastings Battle

The seaside town of Hastings is very famous for one thing. In a battle fought almost 1,000 years ago, King Harold of England was shot in the eye by Norman invaders and lost his kingdom after being forced to fight on two fronts.– Delivered by Feed43 se… Continue reading

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Cable Gives U.K. Liberal Democrats Independent Economic Stance

U.K. Business Secretary Vince Cable began distancing his Liberal Democrat party from its Conservative coalition allies with a speech setting out a distinct economic policy.– Delivered by Feed43 service
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U.K. Business Chiefs Attack Labour Over 50% Tax Rate Proposal

U.K. business leaders attacked the opposition Labour Party’s plan to raise the top rate of income tax to 50 percent as a “backward step” that would damage the economy and put jobs at risk.

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Cameron Defends Carney as BOE Prepares to Review Guidance

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron defended Mark Carney after the Bank of England governor said that policy makers will review forward guidance next month.– Delivered by Feed43 service
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Cameron Defends Carney as BOE Prepares to Review Guidance

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron defended Mark Carney after the Bank of England governor said that policy makers will review forward guidance next month.– Delivered by Feed43 service
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U.K. Lawmakers Attack Government Over Small-Business Lending

The U.K. Department for Business and the Treasury can’t show whether their programs to spur lending to small businesses are succeeding or demonstrate how they complement each other, according to a panel of lawmakers.

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U.K. Tightens Immigrant Welfare Rules by Removing Housing Pay

The U.K. is to stop immigrants from receiving payments to cover housing costs unless they have jobs, as political parties seek to show voters they’re tough on welfare.

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