News archive from 5 June 2013, page 7

Most publicans 'below minimum wage'

Most publicans who are "tied" to buying beer from large pub companies earn less than the minimum wage, a new study has revealed. The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) presented new evidence to MPs showing that a "shocking" number of...

 

Most publicans 'below minimum wage'

Most publicans who are "tied" to buying beer from large pub companies earn less than the minimum wage, a new study has revealed. The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) presented new evidence to MPs showing that a "shocking" number of...

 

Plea over 'forgotten' Premium Bonds

Britons are being urged to check their forgotten Premium Bonds as £44 million worth of prizes are still unclaimed. The two largest prizes where no-one has come forward are both worth £100,000 and belong to female bond holders in London and Manchester,...

 

Plea over 'forgotten' Premium Bonds

Britons are being urged to check their forgotten Premium Bonds as £44 million worth of prizes are still unclaimed. The two largest prizes where no-one has come forward are both worth £100,000 and belong to female bond holders in London and Manchester,...

 

Slowdown in food price inflation

Food price inflation has slowed to its lowest level in almost three years as retailers lure in cash-strapped shoppers with promotions and vouchers. Food prices rose by 2.4% in May on a year earlier, down from 2.9% inflation in April and the lowest...

 

Slowdown in food price inflation

Food price inflation has slowed to its lowest level in almost three years as retailers lure in cash-strapped shoppers with promotions and vouchers. Food prices rose by 2.4% in May on a year earlier, down from 2.9% inflation in April and the lowest...

 

Slowdown in food price inflation

Food price inflation has slowed to its lowest level in almost three years as retailers lure in cash-strapped shoppers with promotions and vouchers. Food prices rose by 2.4% in May on a year earlier, down from 2.9% inflation in April and the lowest...

 

£220,000 pay-off for Gleed headteacher?

A teacher at a troubled Spalding school has expressed his disgust after alleging the former headteacher was given a £220,000 pay-off. Janet Daniels left the school last month before the release of what is expected to be a damning Ofsted report. At the...

 

Kate Winslet expecting third child

Kate Winslet is going to be a mother again. A representative for the 37-year-old Oscar winner confirms Winslet and husband Ned Rocknroll are expecting a child. People.com first reported the pregnancy. Winslet has two children from her two previous...

 

Most publicans 'below minimum wage'

Most publicans who are "tied" to buying beer from large pub companies earn less than the minimum wage, a new study has revealed. The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) presented new evidence to MPs showing that a "shocking" number of...

 

Victoria Beckham 'woman of decade'

Victoria Beckham has been crowned Woman Of The Decade at a glitzy showbiz bash. The Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer, 39, was given the accolade at an event attended by Kylie Minogue, Jessie J, Miranda Hart, Rita Ora and Daniel Radcliffe. Nicole...

 

Most publicans 'below minimum wage'

Most publicans who are "tied" to buying beer from large pub companies earn less than the minimum wage, a new study has revealed. The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) presented new evidence to MPs showing that a "shocking" number of...

 

Most publicans 'below minimum wage'

Most publicans who are "tied" to buying beer from large pub companies earn less than the minimum wage, a new study has revealed. The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) presented new evidence to MPs showing that a "shocking" number of...

 

Most publicans 'below minimum wage'

Most publicans who are "tied" to buying beer from large pub companies earn less than the minimum wage, a new study has revealed. The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) presented new evidence to MPs showing that a "shocking" number of...

 

Plea over 'forgotten' Premium Bonds

Britons are being urged to check their forgotten Premium Bonds as £44 million worth of prizes are still unclaimed. The two largest prizes where no-one has come forward are both worth £100,000 and belong to female bond holders in London and Manchester,...

 


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