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EU claims diplomatic immunity after using UK aid money to ‘meddle in the Middle East’ – Daily Mail

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EU claims diplomatic immunity after using UK aid money to 'meddle in the Middle East'
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The EU is claiming diplomatic immunity after using taxpayers' money to build unauthorised settlements and roads on Israeli parts of the West Bank, MailOnline can reveal. An Israeli NGO launched legal action after photographing EU flags flying above …

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Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC Given Average Rating of “Buy” by Brokerages … – Dakota Financial News

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Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC Given Average Rating of "Buy" by Brokerages
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Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC logo Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC (LON:VM) has received an average recommendation of “Buy” from the eight brokerages that are presently covering the stock, MarketBeat reports. Three analysts have rated the stock with …

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Britain is sitting on a £173bn debt time bomb – and with interest rates set to … – This is Money

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Britain is sitting on a £173bn debt time bomb – and with interest rates set to
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Households are sitting on a £173billion debt time bomb after being lured into a spending splurge by banks and credit card companies. An investigation by Money Mail has uncovered the startling rise in debt levels due to people splashing out on new cars

Tobias Ellwood among three ministers ‘refusing to pay back money to expenses … – Telegraph.co.uk

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Tobias Ellwood among three ministers 'refusing to pay back money to expenses
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The Prime Minister's official spokesman said: “The Prime Minister expects any minister who owes money to pay it back and I think a number of ministers intend to do that.” Caroline Dinenage arrives for Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron's first
MPs named over written-off expensesBBC News
David Cameron orders three ministers to pay back taxpayers' money they had The Independent

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UK business told to ‘shut up’ over Brexit poll – Financial Times

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UK business told to 'shut up' over Brexit poll
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David Cameron and his advisers are urging the UK's business leaders not to speak out in favour of the country remaining in the EU, for fear they will jeopardise the prime minister's sensitive renegotiation of Britain's terms of membership ahead of a
UK businesses should highlight upsides of staying in the EU, says pressure groupThe Guardian
UK's Cameron faces parliamentary revolt over EU referendum rulesBusiness Insider

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