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labour - further from power than any time in my life', says david miliband - oxf

Labour under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership is further from power than any time in the last 50 years, David Miliband has said. As Mr Corbyn made clear he is determined to continue as Labour leader despite a humiliating defeat in the Copeland by-election, Mr Miliband said he was "deeply concerned" about the party.Start the conversation, or Read more at Oxford Mail.

ireland’s economy grew 5.2 percent last year, cso’s preliminary results reveal

Irish Sun Friday 10th March, 2017• Ireland remains among the fastest growing economies in the European Union last year• Domestic demand became the main driver of growth• Favourable labour market dynamics, increases in disposable income, solid consumer confidence drove private consumption upDUBLIN, Ireland - On the back of a steady government, favourable labour market dynamics, increase in disposable income and solid consumer confidence - the Irish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2016.According to the preliminary results for 2016, released by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.2 percent last year, stronger than expected earlier. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the figures recorded in 2016 confirm "that under the steady hand of this Gove

meet the nhs extremists | british politics | health | nhs

Worship of the NHS in decades past served to bind the nation; NHS fundamentalism now is the final gesture of a Labour movement facing its end. The Labour Party has nothing left but the symbolism and empty rhetoric of the National Health Service. Nothing else unites its two factions: the cosmopolitan urbanites and the patriotic, northern poor. No wonder the voices grow so hysterical and shrill. NHS fundamentalism signifies the death throes of the Labour Party, its last gasp. Not even its scaremongering about the NHS could save it from its historic defeat in Copeland. Without the posturing and pleading about the NHS, Labour in Britain is nothing. The stifling of debate about HillsboroughTwo UKIP members in Liverpool have resigned over the party’s gaffes regarding the Hillsborough disaster of

after copeland, labour’s days are numbered | british politics

The knives are out for Corbyn this morning. Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock told Radio 4’s Today programme that Labour is ‘on course for an historic and catastrophic defeat’ at 2020. He laid the blame for Copeland solely at the leader’s feet. Aside from Corbyn’s general Islington-set aloofness, his opposition to nuclear power is thought to have put off voters in a constituency like Copeland where the local Sellafield plant is one of the biggest employers. (One of its newest recruits is former Copeland MP Jamie Reed, who resigned and triggered the by-election when a plumb job came up at the plant.)But blaming it all on Corbyn is as ridiculous as blaming it all on Blair, as John McDonnell dutifully did on Sky News this morning. It personalises what is in fact a terminal, long-drawn decli

uk's philip hammond sees growth at 2pc through 2017

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said the UK economy will grow faster than previously forecast in 2017, though less quickly over the next three years, as he set the course for government spending with Britain preparing to leave the European Union.Opening his Budget speech in Parliament on Wednesday, Hammond said the Office for Budget Responsibility now sees 2017 economic growth of 2 per cent compared with the 1.4 per cent it predicted in November. He argued that Britain is well placed to weather the challenges as Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to trigger formal talks with the EU later this month, even as the latest prediction lags the forecast of 2.2 per cent made a year ago before Britain voted to quit the bloc.
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slimming the big fat indian wedding

The Indian wedding market No. of Indian marriages in a year: 1,00,00,000Indian wedding market: Rs 100,000 to Rs 110,000 croreGold and diamond jewellery market:  Rs 60,000 croreWedding apparel market: Rs 10,000 croreDurable goods market: Rs 30,000 croreHotel and other wedding related market: Rs 5,000 crorePandal and venue decoration market: Rs 10,000 croreWedding in Goa: Between Rs 1 crore to Rs 1.5 croreWedding in Jaipur:  Rs 1 to Rs 2 croreWedding in metropolitan cities:  Between Rs 25 lakh to Rs 70 lakhInvitation card market:  Rs 10,000 crore annuallyBridal mehendi market: Rs 5000 croreItem-wise expensesDinner:  Between Rs 700 to Rs 1000 per personPandal decoration: Rs 10,000Bridal designer saree/lehnga cost: Between Rs 10,000 to Rs 50,000Designer shervani: Between Rs 15,000 to Rs 40,000

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DUBLIN, Ireland - On the back of a steady government, favourable labour market dynamics, increase in disposable income and solid consumer confidence - the Irish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2016.According to the preliminary results for 2016, released by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.2 percent last year, stronger than expected earlier. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the figures recorded in 2016 confirm "that under the steady hand of this Government Ireland remains among the fastest growing economies in the European Union.”The EU average is just under 2 percent GDP growth.Based on the figures released, for the third successive year, Ireland became the European Union's fastest growing economy. A robust recovery remained strong ah

polls close in two crunch by-elections in labour heartlands - dorsetecho.co.uk

Polls have closed in two crunch by-elections in Labour heartlands where the party has faced fierce challenges from the Conservatives and Ukip. Voter turnout in Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent Central was expected to be hit as the strong winds and heavy rain of Storm Doris lashed the country.Start the conversation, or Read more at Dorsetecho.co.uk.

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DUBLIN, Ireland - On the back of a steady government, favourable labour market dynamics, increase in disposable income and solid consumer confidence - the Irish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2016.According to the preliminary results for 2016, released by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.2 percent last year, stronger than expected earlier. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the figures recorded in 2016 confirm "that under the steady hand of this Government Ireland remains among the fastest growing economies in the European Union.”The EU average is just under 2 percent GDP growth.Based on the figures released, for the third successive year, Ireland became the European Union's fastest growing economy. A robust recovery remained strong ah

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DUBLIN, Ireland - On the back of a steady government, favourable labour market dynamics, increase in disposable income and solid consumer confidence - the Irish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2016.According to the preliminary results for 2016, released by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.2 percent last year, stronger than expected earlier. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the figures recorded in 2016 confirm "that under the steady hand of this Government Ireland remains among the fastest growing economies in the European Union.”The EU average is just under 2 percent GDP growth.Based on the figures released, for the third successive year, Ireland became the European Union's fastest growing economy. A robust recovery remained strong ah

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DUBLIN, Ireland - On the back of a steady government, favourable labour market dynamics, increase in disposable income and solid consumer confidence - the Irish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2016.According to the preliminary results for 2016, released by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.2 percent last year, stronger than expected earlier. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the figures recorded in 2016 confirm "that under the steady hand of this Government Ireland remains among the fastest growing economies in the European Union.”The EU average is just under 2 percent GDP growth.Based on the figures released, for the third successive year, Ireland became the European Union's fastest growing economy. A robust recovery remained strong ah

garda arrested for allegedly sexually abusing his own children

DUBLIN, Ireland - On the back of a steady government, favourable labour market dynamics, increase in disposable income and solid consumer confidence - the Irish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2016.According to the preliminary results for 2016, released by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.2 percent last year, stronger than expected earlier. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the figures recorded in 2016 confirm "that under the steady hand of this Government Ireland remains among the fastest growing economies in the European Union.”The EU average is just under 2 percent GDP growth.Based on the figures released, for the third successive year, Ireland became the European Union's fastest growing economy. A robust recovery remained strong ah

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DUBLIN, Ireland - On the back of a steady government, favourable labour market dynamics, increase in disposable income and solid consumer confidence - the Irish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2016.According to the preliminary results for 2016, released by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.2 percent last year, stronger than expected earlier. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the figures recorded in 2016 confirm "that under the steady hand of this Government Ireland remains among the fastest growing economies in the European Union.”The EU average is just under 2 percent GDP growth.Based on the figures released, for the third successive year, Ireland became the European Union's fastest growing economy. A robust recovery remained strong ah

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DUBLIN, Ireland - On the back of a steady government, favourable labour market dynamics, increase in disposable income and solid consumer confidence - the Irish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2016.According to the preliminary results for 2016, released by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.2 percent last year, stronger than expected earlier. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the figures recorded in 2016 confirm "that under the steady hand of this Government Ireland remains among the fastest growing economies in the European Union.”The EU average is just under 2 percent GDP growth.Based on the figures released, for the third successive year, Ireland became the European Union's fastest growing economy. A robust recovery remained strong ah

qs world university rankings by subject features four irish universities in the

DUBLIN, Ireland - On the back of a steady government, favourable labour market dynamics, increase in disposable income and solid consumer confidence - the Irish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2016.According to the preliminary results for 2016, released by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.2 percent last year, stronger than expected earlier. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the figures recorded in 2016 confirm "that under the steady hand of this Government Ireland remains among the fastest growing economies in the European Union.”The EU average is just under 2 percent GDP growth.Based on the figures released, for the third successive year, Ireland became the European Union's fastest growing economy. A robust recovery remained strong ah

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DUBLIN, Ireland - On the back of a steady government, favourable labour market dynamics, increase in disposable income and solid consumer confidence - the Irish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2016.According to the preliminary results for 2016, released by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.2 percent last year, stronger than expected earlier. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that the figures recorded in 2016 confirm "that under the steady hand of this Government Ireland remains among the fastest growing economies in the European Union.”The EU average is just under 2 percent GDP growth.Based on the figures released, for the third successive year, Ireland became the European Union's fastest growing economy. A robust recovery remained strong ah

britain's oldest serving mp, gerald kaufman, dies at 86

Politicians have paid tribute to Britain's oldest serving MP, Sir Gerald Kaufman, who has died at the age of 86.The Labour veteran had been suffering from a "long-term illness" for several months, said his family, but "remained firmly committed to, and focused on, the activities and wellbeing of his beloved constituency", Manchester Gorton, which he had served since 1970.Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said his colleague "came from a proud Jewish background" and "always wanted to bring peace to the Middle East".He said he had travelled with Kaufman to many countries, adding: "He loved life and politics. I will deeply miss him, both for his political commitment and constant friendship."Tributes have also come from Commons Speaker John Bercow, who called Kaufman an "outstanding representative" a

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Dr Andrew Wilson | 2 hours agoThe Melbourne home auction market will steam into autumn this weekend clearly strengthening with already strong clearances rates continuing to rise despite record number of listings testing the market.

presstv-scots ‘obsessed’ with independence: may

British Prime Minister Theresa May has blasted Scotland’s “obsession” with independence from the UK, saying the country needs to stay united as it withdraws from the European Union.Speaking to the Scottish Tory conference in Glasgow on Friday, May said it was a “personal priority” for her to keep all devolved UK states united."We are four nations, but at heart one people,” she said. “The Union I am determined to strengthen and sustain is one that works for working people across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.”The premier lashed out at the Scottish National Party (SNP)’s attempts to launch a new independence bid amid the Scottish Labour’s inaction.In a 2014 referendum, 55 percent of Scots voted against independence, but the discussions about the issue gained steam again follo

apple cracks down further on congo cobalt supplier as child labour persists

Apple has temporarily stopped buying cobalt mined by hand in Congo, while it continues to deal with problems relating to child labour and harsh work conditions.A Washington Post investigation last year detailed abuses in Congo's artisanal cobalt supply chain, showing how miners — including children — laboured in hazardous, even deadly, conditions. Amnesty International and other human rights groups also have alleged problems. Earlier this week, British broadcaster Sky News published an investigation that alleged continued problems in the cobalt supply chain.
A boy carries a bag used to transport cobalt-laden dirt and rock at a mineral market outside Kolwezi, Congo. Photo: Michael Robinson Chavez / The Washington PostThe Post connected this troubling trade to Zhejiang Huayou Cobalt Compan

centre to hike dearness allowance by 2% from jan 1

The Centre is likely to announce a hike of 2-4 per cent in dearness allowance for its about 50 lakh employees and 58 lakh pensioners later this month.Dearness allowance and dearness relief are provided to employees and pensioners to neutralise the impact of inflation on their earnings. The labour unions, however, are not happy with the proposed hike saying it would not be able to offset the real impact of price rise."The dearness allowance as per the agreed formula by the Centre works out to be 2 per cent which would be effected from January 1, 2017," Confederation of Central Government Employees' President K K N Kutty told PTI.However, Kutty expressed dissatisfaction over such a "meagre" hike saying that the consumer price index for industrial workers (CPI-IW) which is an agreed benchmark

the fed-proof online market openbazaar is going anonymous

OpenBazaar is set to integrate Tor's anonymity features---but still swears it's not trying to attract the dark web's black market sales. The post The Fed-Proof Online Market OpenBazaar Is Going Anonymous appeared first on WIRED.

2-in-1 detachables could improve pc market, says idc

While tables were still a minority at MWC 2017 last week, convertible and detachable PCs definitely made a big splash nonetheless. It isn’t by accident either. According to market analysis experts IDC, the popularity of detachable tablets and convertible notebooks is still strong, despite a decline in shipments last quarter. In fact, it predicts that this category could actually slow down the still ongoing decline of the overall PC market, at least by 2021.The bad news: global shipments of PCs of all form factors will continue to decline in the next four years. The good news: it won’t be as steep, thanks to the rise of detachables and convertibles, a relatively younger glass of mobile PCs that not only offer touch screens but, more often than not, ultraslim and lightweight form factors.IDC

ril closes in on tcs, and on crown for market cap

The other D of D-Mart and the cloak of reclusivenessBusiness StandardThe difference in market capitalisation between the two bluechip companies is just 15%Samie Modak  March 6, 2017 Last Updated at 23:47 ISThttp://mybs.in/2UU8KLw

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