Apr 20 2014

Disston� Company introduces new RemGrit® logo

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In addition to product packaging, the new logo is being incorporated into all marketing materials including website, social media, cataloging and other forms of communications.

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Apr 19 2014

Judicial Review against Bristol Rovers' Memorial Ground plans gets underway

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He said: “GVA provided a careful, independent, qualitative analysis and drew concerns about the relationship of the proposal to Gloucester Road. Clearly it does contain an endorsement that Gloucester Road will continue to be good and healthy.

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Apr 19 2014

Budget reality check: how many of the politicians' soundbites are true?

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Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has been cracking down on film partnerships and other schemes that use legal loopholes to cut tax bills. Some of Britain's richest bankers, footballers and pop stars have invested in these schemes sheltering billions of pounds in tax. The chancellor said that making them pay tax upfront would net £4bn over five years. Bill Dodwell, head of tax policy at Deloitte, said the figure was realistic, pointing to "tens of thousands of cases". However, PricewaterhouseCoopers believes the potential revenue is uncertain and the money may ultimately have to be repaid if HMRC loses court cases – with interest. Tax partner Alex Henderson said that the estimate of £4bn revenue is based on "quite a high" success rate of 80%. He added: "It's a way of bumping up his [Osborne's] tax receipts", which will reduce borrowing.

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Apr 18 2014

Rhyl bookmakers raided in hammer attack

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Two men threatened staff and stole cash from Corbett on Cefndy Road Stacey Oliver Corbett bookmakers, Cefndy Road, Rhyl

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Apr 17 2014

5 Things to Watch on the Economic Calendar

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Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, expects consumers faced equally high heating bills in February. He adds that excluding the 11.3% leap in real spending on utility electricity and gas, real spending in January was barely above its fourth-quarter average. The good news: the heating bills should get cheaper when warmer temps return.

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