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Lenders palliate Johnston Press pressure

Lenders palliate Johnston Press pressure

27 Dec 2013 Last updated during 07:33 ET By Douglas Fraser Business and economy editor, Scotland Johnston Press, that owns The Scotsman, has pronounced it will restructure a finances in 2014 Johnston Press, a journal and online publisher, has been helped by a lenders to palliate a vigour of handling a debt. The company, whose titles embody The Scotsman and ...

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GM recalls 1.5m cars in China

GM recalls 1.5m cars in China

27 Dec 2013 Last updated during 05:56 ET General Motors has removed a cars as they could have issues with a corner in their fuel pump General Motors (GM) and a partner organisation in China are recalling about 1.46 million cars amid concerns about their intensity safety. In one of a biggest operations of a kind to date in China, ...

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Barclays fined $3.75m over information loss

Barclays fined $3.75m over information loss

27 Dec 2013 Last updated during 04:59 ET Barclays allegedly unsuccessful to keep annals scrupulously over a march of 10 years Barclays has been fined $3.75m (£2.28m) by a US regulator for allegedly unwell to keep correct electronic records, emails and present messages. The shortcomings occurred between 2002 and 2012, pronounced a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra). Finra pronounced a ...

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Starmer in plant diagnosis review

Starmer in plant diagnosis review

28 Dec 2013 Last updated during 04:36 ET Please spin on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Keir Starmer: “This is about a genuine and poignant change brazen now by putting into law victims’ rights for a initial time” Former arch prosecutor Keir Starmer is to advise Labour on a best approach to strengthen rape victims and abused children from ...

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Europe justice ‘risks UK sovereignty’

Europe justice ‘risks UK sovereignty’

28 Dec 2013 Last updated during 06:55 ET Lord Judge was responding to comments by a ECHR’s president Claims a European Court of Human Rights can set law on amicable matters threatens Parliamentary sovereignty, a former duke arch probity has said. Lord Judge pronounced Parliament indispensable to confirm how many energy it was peaceful to give adult to a probity ...

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Party leaders combine for Syria appeal

Party leaders combine for Syria appeal

28 Dec 2013 Last updated during 03:11 ET Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and David Cameron contend a emanate goes over celebration politics The leaders of Britain’s 3 categorical domestic parties have released a corner matter propelling some-more support for refugees journey Syria’s polite war. David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg pronounced 4 million children were held adult in a ...

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Haass talks to resume in Belfast

Haass talks to resume in Belfast

28 Dec 2013 Last updated during 05:33 ET Meghan O’Sullivan and Richard Haass (both centre) have chaired a array of round-table talks Former US diplomat Richard Haass is due to horde resumed talks in Belfast directed during elucidate some of Northern Ireland’s many quarrelsome issues. Talks by a categorical parties on parades, a drifting of a kinship dwindle and a ...

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Federer hires childhood favourite Edberg

Federer hires childhood favourite Edberg

Roger Federer has hired Stefan Edberg as partial of his coaching team. Source: AFP A DEFIANT Roger Federer says critics of his ability to plea for destiny grand impact titles will not expostulate him out of a diversion as he embarks on a deteriorate of law in Brisbane. Federer, who arrived Saturday for his initial appearances during a Brisbane International, ...

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