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Since 2010, we've been turning Britain's economy around. But Labour's plans for more spending, more borrowing and more debt would wreck the progress Britain has made. SHARE this new poster to let friends know. Read more ...

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3 Mar 2015

On air

Live stream from RT, a 24/7 English-language news channel that is set to show you how any story can be another story altogether. RT’s coverage focuses on international headlines, giving an innovative angle set to challenge viewers worldwide. Read more ...

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3 Mar 2015

Ed Miliband is now under suspicion of avoiding Capital Gains tax

The pressure on Ed Miliband over tax avoidance isn’t going away.  Now it isn’t just the Deed of  Variation he is accused of using to avoid tax.  Something very dodgy over Capital Gains tax has reared its ugly head.Ed and Justine were living together, and they each owned separate flats.  Eventually they bought a large family home, which they [...] Read more ...

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3 Mar 2015

15 years on: Nasdaq 5,000

On the day that the Nasdaq Composite returned above 5,000, John Authers reports that China's currency also touched its weakest against the dollar in two years - and supply managers' surveys suggested more optimism in Greece than in the US. Read more ...

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3 Mar 2015

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The State of Israel must regain control of its settlement policy and stop funding transactions outside the framework of the law. Read more ...

via Haaretz
3 Mar 2015

The Goldman Sachs primary

NEW YORK — Forget the Democratic and Republican primaries: The two biggest names in the 2016 presidential race are competing directly against each other in an elite forum, the halls of Goldman Sachs. Jeb Bush will be back in New York raising money next week with his sights set on Goldman, the wealthiest and most successful bank in Wall Street [...] Read more ...

via Politico
3 Mar 2015

How Global Warming Helped Cause the Syrian War

Kurdish People’s Protection Units soldiers walk near the town entrance circle heading to their strongholds in Kobani, Syria, Nov. 19, 2014. Jake Simkin/APThe bloody conflict in Syria—which enters its fifth year this month—has killed almost 200,000 people, created 3.2 million refugees, and given rise to the murderous extremist group known as t [...] Read more ...

via Wired
3 Mar 2015

A-Wake-Up-Call.pdf

There are many indicators that can show the streng th of health services or the likelihood of people getting health services when they need them. Over v iew of needs and requirements (2014 ) . 2014. Universal health coverage is the framework for this new approach to more integrated and sustainable health services. Our new Health Access Index shows [...] Read more ...

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3 Mar 2015

Transport policy week

As polling day edges closer, Red Box is taking a look at different areas of the general election debate. This week, as the country considers the impact of controversial projects like high speed rail and airport expansion on local and national levels, we're looking at transport policy. Read more ...

via Thetimes
3 Mar 2015

Bercow warns Parliament could be abandoned

John Bercow has warned that Parliament could be abandoned unless significant investment is made to renovate and repair the building over the next decade. In a speech to the Hansard Society last night, Mr Bercow said it would be a “huge pity” if Parliament was abandoned. But he added that without major investment within 20 years “that will be [...] Read more ...

via Politicshome
3 Mar 2015

European Stocks Seen Steady

European stocks are seen opening flat to slightly higher on Tuesday ahead of the ECB meeting on Thursday and the all-important U.S. employment report due to be published on Friday. Read more ...

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3 Mar 2015