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National Union of Teachers: Education Cuts Harm Us All

Commenting on the recent Comprehensive Spending Review, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said;
“The cuts announced in the Government’s spending review are a retrograde step and will have a devastating impact on vital public services, including education.
“The Government may talk about protecting schools, but schools are not [...]

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RSS BBC World Business Report

  • WBR: Wall Street Update 29 Jul 14 July 29, 2014
    President Obama announces that, along with the EU, tightened sanctions against Russia will be implemented. We hear what effect this will have on the US stock markets, and if the sanctions will be tough enough.

RSS Peter Day's World of Business

RSS The Bottom Line with Evan Davis

  • BottomLine: Recalls 24 Jul 14
    Faulty airbags, mis-labelled horsemeat burgers and exploding dishwashers. What is the process for recalling defective items and how quickly must manufacturers and distributors act to protect consumers’ health and safety? Evan Davis and guests discuss the logistics of product recalls and the impact it can have on the reputation of a company. Guests […]
  • BottomLine: Location, Disaster, Location 17 Jul 14
    Civil war in Sierra Leone, political unrest in Ukraine, the Japanese tsunami and Hurricane Sandy on the east coast of the US - three guests tell Evan Davis how they led businesses through periods of unexpected and extended turmoil. Guests : Peter Kaye, Director of Business Development, Pilgrims Group Bryan Disher, Ukraine Country Manager, PWC Mary B […]

RSS Money Box

RSS A Week of You and Yours

  • Fri July 25: Cinderella Surgery, Trolleys and Mortgages.
    This week, they call it Cinderella Surgery. No - not getting the handsome prince to simply recognise your face rather than make you try on a slipper - it's foot surgery, which people are starting to undertake for cosmetic reasons. We've also news on whether April's restrictions on mortgage lending have resulted in a slowdown in the market. We […]