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China is main contributor to global steel glut says UK business minister - Channel News Asia


The Guardian

China is main contributor to global steel glut says UK business minister
Channel News Asia
LONDON: China is the main country behind a global oversupply of steel, Britain's business minister Sajid Javid said on Tuesday, responding to the possible loss of 1,200 jobs at Tata Steel. "Clearly China is one of those countries, the main one, in ...
Cameron urged to challenge Chinese president over UK steel job lossesThe Guardian
Tata Steel announces 1200 job cutsBBC News
UK Government refuses to provide state aid to save British steel jobs from ...The Independent
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Network Rail privatisation 'on the table' - BBC News


BBC News

Network Rail privatisation 'on the table'
BBC News
Ms Shaw, who is the boss of Britain's only high speed line, HS1, was asked to come up with a report before the Budget next spring. She said there were a whole range of issues that had ... The future of Network Rail - which controls 2,500 stations as ...

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Lidl just became the first major supermarket in Britain to pay the ACTUAL ... - Business Insider


The Guardian

Lidl just became the first major supermarket in Britain to pay the ACTUAL ...
Business Insider
This still may seen very little but this is way above the British government's targets for the National Living Wage. In July, UK Chancellor George Osborne said the government would scrap the National Minimum Wage ? ?6.50 an hour for workers ? for a ...
Lidl to pay recommended living wageBBC News
Lidl To Pay Above Living Wage At Cost Of ?9mManx Radio
Lidl to pay 9000 staff the full living wageThe Guardian
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News Corp buys UK video ad company Unruly - Financial Times


Financial Times

News Corp buys UK video ad company Unruly
Financial Times
Rupert Murdoch has made his biggest UK acquisition since the phone-hacking scandal, after his publishing group News Corp agreed to pay up to ?114m for London technology start-up Unruly. The move comes 10 days after Rebekah Brooks again took ...

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