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Oil company shells out?

In the old days, the UK had a taxation system: corporations handed a set percentage of their profits over to the state each year, and elected politicians spent the money in accordance with the priorities their party had won the ...

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Cost of uni mounts under Tories

Research from Santander has provided up to date figures on just how expensive going to university is for the average student these days. Making students pay for their own education is pretty much a wet dream for the Tories, who ...

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Is faith enough?

Tower Hamlets Council is working with faith groups to protect and preserve places of worship in the borough. The Historic Places of Worship Support Scheme, due to run till 2016, builds on English Heritage’s annual update of its “heritage at ...

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