£50 million power bill saving ‘to be brought to northern Scotland’ »

By Laura Moulden A £50 million power bill saving is to be brought to northern Scotland through the Hydro Benefit Replacement Scheme, the government has announced.

Horsemeat scandal: BRC members find no new contamination »

By Laura Moulden No further horsemeat contamination has been found in the course of meat testing by UK supermarkets and a number of other food businesses.

Undercover policing needs overhaul, say MPs
1 Mar
2013
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Undercover policing needs overhaul, say MPs »

By Laura Moulden Undercover policing in the UK requires a “root and branch” overhaul, MPs have warned today (March 1st).

Sports Direct acquires Republic fashion chain
28 Feb
2013
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Sports Direct acquires Republic fashion chain »

By Laura Moulden Sports Direct has acquired the Republic chain of high-street fashion shops for an undisclosed amount.

Nick Clegg: Sex claims contributed to Lord Rennard resignation
27 Feb
2013
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Nick Clegg: Sex claims contributed to Lord Rennard resignation »

By Laura Moulden Nick Clegg has admitted recent claims regarding sexually inappropriate behaviour contributed to the resignation of former Liberal Democrat chief executive Lord Rennard.

Glasgow school blaze tackled by Strathclyde firefighters
26 Feb
2013
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Glasgow school blaze tackled by Strathclyde firefighters »

By Laura Moulden Strathclyde firefighters have managed to get a blaze under control at a disused school in Glasgow.

Cardinal Keith O’Brien resigns
25 Feb
2013
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Cardinal Keith O’Brien resigns »

By Laura Moulden Cardinal Keith O’Brien has resigned his post as the UK’s most senior Roman Catholic clergyman.

Workplace pension scheme membership at lowest level since 1997 »

By Laura Moulden Workplace pension scheme membership is at its lowest level since 1997, dropping to 46 per cent.

London Overground workers prepare for strike vote
23 Feb
2013
Written by LauraMoulden

London Overground workers prepare for strike vote »

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By Laura Moulden The London Overground could be brought to a standstill as workers prepare to vote on the possibility of strikes.

Savile inquiry evidence to be published by BBC
22 Feb
2013
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Savile inquiry evidence to be published by BBC »

By Laura Moulden Evidence from the BBC’s inquiry into Newsnight’s decision to drop its investigation into Jimmy Savile is set to be published online today (February 22nd).

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