Friday, 2 April 2010

Business leaders hit back at 'patronising' Labour claims on Tory NI plan
Business leaders who backed Conservative plans to scrap National Insurance rises have angrily hit back at "patronising" Labour accusations that they have been deceived

Public sector cuts point to a bleak future
Cabinet Office cuts to civil servants' redundancy terms will have a devastating impact on the delivery of quality public services

Revealed: the nasty secret in your kitchen cupboard
18 of 20 most popular tins made with controversial bisphenol A in lining


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