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Richard Benyon, listed as the most wealthy MP in the Commons and the heir to a £125million fortune, has criticised British
Syringes, bloodied tissues and pig snouts are being ditched on the pavements of Harley Street by exclusive medical clinics
The Israel-Palestine conflict touches a nerve internationally more than any other conflict. Rarely does it seem to feel like just a lot of foreigners killing each other in some far-off exotic land, it feels like it hits home more directly. The controversy surrounding Veolia exemplifies this - the opponents of Israel's occupation of the West Bank see opposing contracts with Veolia as an opportunity to give their objections an immediate voice with an immediate effect.
The torch relay has come to the country, signalling the start of London's third modern Olympics. People who have worked on
Ultimately, the transition towards sustainable business is inevitable, given the combined impact of the challenges we face. For those businesses looking to fully embed sustainability principles, there is also a big prize waiting. And who wouldn't want some of that?
Householders will no longer face fines for making "innocent mistakes" when putting out their bins under plans being announced
Government departments are spending hundreds of thousands of pounds on external legal advice despite having in-house lawyers
We cant afford street lights in this country now, apparently. Councils all over the land are turning off the lights in a bid to save money.
Pirelli tires are assessing their 2012 tire program for Formula One and more specifically they are looking for a tire regulation