News archive from 14 July 2012, page 14

Ex-PM Brown named UN special envoy

Former prime minister Gordon Brown is to become the UN's special envoy for global education. The role will see the MP lead a campaign to meet the Millennium Development Goal for every child to be at school by the end of 2015. He will accompany UN...

 

Ex-PM Brown named UN special envoy

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Olympic Torch Live Breaking News Email Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle Features Showbiz The Guide...

 

Sponsored by Spies abused their powers, says PM

Spies have abused their powers, the Prime Minister admitted yesterday. David Cameron said the government would address the misuse of agents’ practices, which can include bugging, following and eavesdropping on their targets. He told MPs: “There have,...

Scotsman, 00:46 in Politics
 

Ex-PM Brown named UN special envoy

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More local News Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Dewsbury Rams Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle...

 

Ex-PM Brown named UN special envoy

Former prime minister Gordon Brown is to become the UN's special envoy for global education. The role will see the MP lead a campaign to meet the Millennium Development Goal for every child to be at school by the end of 2015. He will accompany UN...

 

Ex-PM Brown named UN special envoy

Former prime minister Gordon Brown is to become the UN's special envoy for global education. The role will see the MP lead a campaign to meet the Millennium Development Goal for every child to be at school by the end of 2015. He will accompany UN...

 

Ex-PM Brown named UN special envoy

Former prime minister Gordon Brown is to become the UN's special envoy for global education. The role will see the MP lead a campaign to meet the Millennium Development Goal for every child to be at school by the end of 2015. He will accompany UN...

 

More floods set for saturated areas

Warnings of yet more flooding have been issued as some areas face downpours which could see almost a month's rain fall in just a few hours. The Environment Agency said people across central and eastern England should remain on alert for possible...

 

Sponsored by Air show orders up to £46.6 billion

Orders announced so far at the biennial Farnborough Air Show have already exceeded the figure achieved in 2010, it was announced yesterday. The order figure for this year’s event, which started 
on Monday and finishes tomorrow, is £46.6 billion –...

Scotsman, 00:53 in Hot News
 

Sponsored by Prince Andrew to abseil for charities

The Duke of York is to abseil from the summit of London's Shard, the tallest building in Europe, to raise funds for good causes. Prince Andrew will descend more than three-quarters of the 1,016ft skyscraper, from the 87th floor down to the 20th on 3...

Scotsman, 00:53 in Hot News
 

Warrington Business Awards winners revealed

THE winners of the 2012 Warrington Business Awards have been revealed. Better Bathrooms, based on Wilderspool Causeway, was the big winner of the night, taking home the coveted Warrington Borough Council Business of the Year award. The company, which...

 

Ex-PM Brown named UN special envoy

Former prime minister Gordon Brown is to become the UN's special envoy for global education. The role will see the MP lead a campaign to meet the Millennium Development Goal for every child to be at school by the end of 2015. He will accompany UN...

 

More floods set for saturated areas

Warnings of yet more flooding have been issued as some areas face downpours which could see almost a month's rain fall in just a few hours. The Environment Agency said people across central and eastern England should remain on alert for possible...

 
Visa and Mastercard make $7.25bn fees dispute settlement

Visa and Mastercard make $7.25bn fees dispute settlement

Credit card companies Visa and Mastercard and major US banks have agreed to a $7.25bn (£4.65bn) settlement to retailers over card fees. The case, which has been going on for seven years, is over firms colluding to fix the fees that stores pay to...

BBC, 00:59 in Business
 

McCoist: Rangers will be stronger

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has vowed that his team will come back stronger following a vote for the football club to play in the fourth tier of Scottish football. The 30 clubs of the Scottish Football League (SFL) voted 25-5 in favour of entering...

 


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