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PM: UK 'supports million Scots jobs'   - 11 Hours ago
The UK is "an economy of opportunity" which supports one million Scottish jobs, David Cameron is to tell business leaders. The prime minister will address the CBI conference later, calling the UK one
  
    



06:49 Scottish independence: Firms say 'Yes' vote would benefit economy   - 5 Hours ago
More than 200 business figures have signed an open letter backing Scottish independence. Stagecoach chairman Sir Brian Souter and Clyde Blowers boss Jim McColl are among signatories who say independence
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06:33 MP praises volunteers for festival success   - 5 Hours ago
The Morecambe and Lunesdale MP David Morris has praised everyone involved in making this year's Morecambe Beer Festival a huge success. The event took place last weekend at the Winter Gardens Theatre
  
    



Downing Street: UK was not asked to join US airstrikes   - 7 Hours ago
Britain has not been requested to join strikes against the Islamic State, Downing Street has insisted. The Times reported that the Pentagon had been exploring whether western allies such as Britain and
  
    



Scotland's Independence Referendum - 18 September 2014   - 7 Hours ago
On the twelfth of May in 1999 the newly constituted Scottish Parliament met for the first time. By parliamentary tradition, the chair was taken by the oldest member present to conduct the ballot for presiding
  
    



British policies blamed for French port city's immigration crisis   - 8 Hours ago
LONDON — Tensions are growing between British and French officials as unprecedented numbers of immigrants hoping to reach Britain amass across the English Channel in the French port city of Calais , focusing
  
    


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04:06 Kris Commons could quit Celtic after being snubbed for defeat to...   - 8 Hours ago
Kris Commons is weighing up his Parkhead future after he was axed from the starting XI for Tuesday’s Champions League defeat to Maribor. Celtic’s top scorer with 32 goals last season, the 31-year-old
  
    



David Cameron's next big European mistake   - 8 Hours ago
David Cameron loathes European Union summits, and with reason: they seldom go well for him. He has been ambushed by the French, betrayed by the Germans, seduced by the Swedes and even outsmarted by a
  
    



Kris Commons could quit Celtic after being snubbed for defeat to Maribor   - 8 Hours ago
Kris Commons is weighing up his Parkhead future after he was axed from the starting XI for Tuesday’s Champions League defeat to Maribor. Celtic’s top scorer with 32 goals last season, the 31-year-old
  
    


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03:34 MP Rosie Winterton to visit WW1 Cemetery   - 8 Hours ago
Rosie Winterton will visit one of the borough's war cemeteries on Friday (August 29) to commemorate World War One. The Doncaster Central MP will also urge schools to visit to gain a greater understanding
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'London is worse': Rome's mayor launches furious attack on UK Government after it   - 10 Hours ago
The mayor of Rome has launched a furious attack on the UK Government after it blacklisted the city because of the risk of pickpocketing and petty crime. Mayor Ignazio Marino accused the UK’s Foreign
  
    



02:02 George Osborne will miss UK export target, BCC warns   - 10 Hours ago
George Osborne in 2012 set a target of doubling UK exports to £1tn by 2020. Photograph: Matt Dunham/AFP/ George Osborne will miss his target of doubling UK exports to £1tn by 2020 because the government
  
    


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01:25 Scottish independence: Cameron says UK supports million Scottish jobs   - 10 Hours ago
The UK is "an economy of opportunity" which supports one million Scottish jobs, David Cameron is to tell business leaders. The prime minister will address the CBI conference later, calling the UK one
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00:58 Women underrepresented at all levels in British politics   - 11 Hours ago
Britain is lagging behind Equatorial Guinea, Madagascar and Kyrgyzstan in its efforts to increase the number of women in politics, a damning report reveals today.
  
    



MP blasts 'woolly-minded elite' running child services   - 11 Hours ago
The long-term sex abuse in Rotherham was repeatedly over-looked by a "liberal, woolly-minded, middle class elite" unable to understand the lives of inner-city children, according to a Labour MP. Writing
  
    



One-time Labour foes join forces to call for Scotland to vote against independence   - 11 Hours ago
Archie MacPherson is Scotland’s Bill O’Herlihy, his voice the one that has narrated Scotland’s often difficult football story for generations of fans. In the film Trainspotting, his commentary for Archie
  
    



Salmond bounces back in final debate with earnest Darling   - 11 Hours ago
Three weeks out from Scotland’s referendum on independence on September 18th, the No side is still ahead in every poll but it is the Yes campaign that has a spring in its step. After a poor performance
  
    



01:04 Scottish independence: Archie MacPherson backs UK   - 11 Hours ago
FOOTBALL commentator Archie MacPherson yesterday made an impassioned plea for a United Kingdom saying a No vote was the "right and moral road". He said anger over the Yes side’s claims had driven him
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Women underrepresented at all levels in British politics   - 11 Hours ago
Britain is lagging behind Equatorial Guinea, Madagascar and Kyrgyzstan in its efforts to increase the number of women in politics, a damning report reveals today.
  
    



In the papers 'George Osborne will miss export target"   - 5 Hours ago
The Times                       ’s woes deepen as shoppers check out: Sales at Britain’s largest supermarket group have plunged and its market share has slipped again, highlighting the challenge facing
  
    



Sony : Greater power to borrow must respect UK debt levels - Cable ; Business Secretary   - 5 Hours ago
Greater power to borrow must respect UK debt levels - Cable ; Business Secretary Vince Cable spoke to Rupert Hall on a major international investment summit coming to Wales in November, the prospect of
  
    



AIRBUS : Clegg visits Airbus facility in Bangalore   - 5 Hours ago
British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg during his visit to the UK -based Airbus facility in Bangalore yesterday. Clegg is leading a business delegation to promote investment in sectors like food, retail,
  
    



Downing Street: Prime Minister's CBI Scotland address   - 7 Hours ago
Thursday 28th August 2014 | 00:01 Downing Street: Prime Minister's CBI Scotland address Conservative Party press release Prime Minister, David Cameron will address the CBI Scotland Conference tomorrow
  
    



Government aims to make road capacity a General Election issue   - 8 Hours ago
Ministers have pledged to add 900 extra lane miles of road capacity, a third more than provided in Labour's last decade in power, in the next parliament - mostly through 'smart motorways' but also "selective
  
    



No 10: No US air strike request Britain joining strikes against jihadists has not   - 9 Hours ago
Britain joining strikes against jihadists has not been requested and is not currently under discussion, Downing Street has insisted, despite reports that Barack Obama is hoping to win agreement to bring
  
    
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