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Two thirds of a fleet of new trains will be made in Austria not UK, according to an MP.
While the nuclear family was a concept around which much of 20th-century cultural, political and economic life was largely
So it would appear that the 'Leave' campaign has been victorious. Four long months of propaganda, mistruths, and barely veiled
Like conflict, austerity leaves people scarred, changing them forever, and disproportionately affecting the most vulnerable. It is ultimately self defeating. Most tellingly, it is the poorest who suffer most under austerity, as in war, whilst the richest always profit...
If we don't act now to get more young people skilled, the UK could face, quite literally, a very dark future.
Less than an hour's taxi drive through the clogged traffic from Red Square something big is happening in Moscow. Bulldozers, architects, city-planners, academics, start-ups, entrepreneurs and some of the world's biggest companies are part of the Skolkovo Park, a business park that some believe to be the biggest R&D project on the planet.
Vienna November 2012, Palace Ferstel, in the grand settings of the Palace, memories of Menger, Hayek, Freud and Kohr laced
Hopes rose on Tuesday that Britain's last remaining train factory will win a job-saving £1bn contract for London's Crossrail
It's a week now since technology giant Hewlett Packard (HP) tore up their plan to send 200 IT support jobs for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) offshore to India. Faced with the target of a 40 per cent cut in department costs it seems the DWP was willing to 'offshore' the jobs to a lower cost location, but as the celebrations die down have any jobs really been saved?
The recent furore surrounding the awarding of the Thameslink contract to Siemens ahead of Bombardier and its resultant negative