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May 12, 2010
Having the Tories as the senior partner in the coalition governing Britain was the lesser of two evils for economic analysts, many of whom ask how long the union will last. Read Article UK's political marriage may soon lose its convenience
Aug 04, 2010
The UK government's move to lift the retirement age may look like a winner, but do you really want to work to the end of your life at a post that could go to a young jobseeker? Read Article If age shall not weary them work should do the trick
Oct 04, 2010
The customer is always right, but try telling that to the banks. They don¿t want to know. Read Article UK banks bail out when it comes to complaints
Oct 12, 2010
Cameron has pledged to weed out quasi autonomous non-governmental organisations but, as his predecessors found, they have an uncanny ability to survive all-out assault. Read Article A cull of UK quangos is easier said than done
Oct 22, 2010
Budget cuts announced by the UK government will hit the middle tier of society, but maybe it's about time they walked a mile in the shoes of those at the lowest strata. Read Article Time for middle earners to show a bit of class
Nov 04, 2010
Still unhappy with the takeover by the US food giant Kraft of the famous British chocolate maker, Vince Cable wants tougher protection against bids by foreign companies. Read Article UK minister wants harder centre to 'Cadbury Law'
Nov 26, 2010
Winter is fast approaching in the UK and the public is asking if the government is acting responsibly as it strives to go green when the country is so much in the red. Read Article Many Britons off colour after catching solar fever
Dec 01, 2010
The country's love of making friends, online and off, makes it a goldmine for online advertisers who are increasingly moving into social-networking side of the internet. Read Article Click 'like' for Malaysians, the world's friendliest folk
Dec 03, 2010
Shopping has already turned into a festive frenzy in the UK – and Christmas is still 22 days away. But a big freeze is threatening to spoil the party, just as it did last year. Read Article UK retailers hope shoppers don't get cold feet again
Its unpleasant and unethical, and it's back. The monster that strikes fear and dread in the hearts of UK homeowners struggling to sell their properties is rearing its ugly head again. Read Article A deal's a deal - until you get 'gazundered'
Gregor Stuart Hunter
The National staff with agency
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