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VIDEO: EU vote: The numbers you need to know

What are the economic consequences of the UK remaining in or leaving the European Union?

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Here are the 9 worst paid jobs in the UK - Business Insider


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Here are the 9 worst paid jobs in the UK
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Working for minimum wage as a shelf stacker at a supermarket in the summer between school and university or getting paid virtually nothing to deliver newspapers during school ? everyone has a really low paid job at some point in their life. They may ...

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John Major doesn't think much of David Cameron's EU renegotiations - Business Insider


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John Major doesn't think much of David Cameron's EU renegotiations
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Speaking to the BBC's Today Programme, Major, in office from 1990 to 1992, insisted that regardless of whether EU leaders decide to meet Cameron's renegotiation demands at a big meeting on Thursday, it will not and should not decide if the UK remains ...
Most UK Companies Expect Brexit to Have Negative Impact on BusinessSputnik International
Polls Say UK Split Over Leaving European UnionManx Radio
UK leaving EU would be 'dangerous', warns John MajorFinancial Times

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UK's Labor Party boycotts security firm with business ties to Israel - Jerusalem Post Israel News


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UK's Labor Party boycotts security firm with business ties to Israel
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Britain's Labor Party has voted to cut ties with a well-known security firm which has extensive business ties with Israel, media outlets in the United Kingdom reported over the weekend. The party's national executive committee approved a resolution ...

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World's biggest shipping company: Global economic growth is even worse than it ... - Business Insider


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World's biggest shipping company: Global economic growth is even worse than it ...
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Economies like those of the UK and the US are seeing relatively solid growth, but the eurozone is still expanding at a modest pace at best, and expectations for growth in emerging markets have been seriously pared back. It has been rough to be exposed ...

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