News archive from 4 August 2013, page 17

Consumers 'expect better economy'

More consumers think the UK economy will improve in the next year than those who think it will get worse, according to a poll by watchdog Which? The positive figures are the first since the consumer group launched its Consumer Insight Tracker in July...

 

Immigration policies under scrutiny

An academic who advises the Government on immigration policy has questioned the effectiveness of a string of high-profile recent operations targeting illegal migrants. Dr Martin Ruhs, a member of the Migration Advisory Committee, warned that Britain...

 

Teenagers worrying about good jobs

Three out of four teenagers are worried about getting a decent job and half believe their generation will be worse off than their parents, new research has revealed. Most believe mobile technology and social media have made it easier for young people...

 

Minister in fracking 'shakes' joke

A government minister with responsibility for fracking suggested in a private meeting that the innovative gas drilling process could cause houses' walls to shake, it has been reported. According to the Mail on Sunday, energy minister Michael Fallon...

 

Consumers 'expect better economy'

More consumers think the UK economy will improve in the next year than those who think it will get worse, according to a poll by watchdog Which? The positive figures are the first since the consumer group launched its Consumer Insight Tracker in July...

 

Twitter chief issues abuse apology

Twitter's UK boss has personally apologised to women who have been attacked by "trolls" on the social networking site, vowing to do more to protect people from abuse. Tony Wang, general manager of Twitter UK, posted a series of tweets today...

 

Immigration policies under scrutiny

An academic who advises the Government on immigration policy has questioned the effectiveness of a string of high-profile recent operations targeting illegal migrants. Dr Martin Ruhs, a member of the Migration Advisory Committee, warned that Britain...

 

Twitter chief issues abuse apology

Twitter's UK boss has personally apologised to women who have been attacked by "trolls" on the social networking site, vowing to do more to protect people from abuse. Tony Wang, general manager of Twitter UK, posted a series of tweets today...

 

Twitter chief issues abuse apology

Twitter's UK boss has personally apologised to women who have been attacked by "trolls" on the social networking site, vowing to do more to protect people from abuse. Tony Wang, general manager of Twitter UK, posted a series of tweets today...

 

Twitter chief issues abuse apology

Twitter's UK boss has personally apologised to women who have been attacked by "trolls" on the social networking site, vowing to do more to protect people from abuse. Tony Wang, general manager of Twitter UK, posted a series of tweets today...

 

Twitter chief issues abuse apology

Twitter's UK boss has personally apologised to women who have been attacked by "trolls" on the social networking site, vowing to do more to protect people from abuse. Tony Wang, general manager of Twitter UK, posted a series of tweets today...

 

Twitter chief issues abuse apology

Twitter's UK boss has personally apologised to women who have been attacked by "trolls" on the social networking site, vowing to do more to protect people from abuse. Tony Wang, general manager of Twitter UK, posted a series of tweets today...

 

Twitter chief issues abuse apology

Twitter's UK boss has personally apologised to women who have been attacked by "trolls" on the social networking site, vowing to do more to protect people from abuse. Tony Wang, general manager of Twitter UK, posted a series of tweets today...

 

Twitter chief issues abuse apology

Twitter's UK boss has personally apologised to women who have been attacked by "trolls" on the social networking site, vowing to do more to protect people from abuse. Tony Wang, general manager of Twitter UK, posted a series of tweets today...

 

Twitter chief issues abuse apology

Twitter's UK boss has personally apologised to women who have been attacked by "trolls" on the social networking site, vowing to do more to protect people from abuse. Tony Wang, general manager of Twitter UK, posted a series of tweets today...

 


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