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WEEKLY WRAP | takes a look at the past week, and its mostly bad news for , both at home and abroad, and ever increasing uncertainty over looms on the horizon
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NCE100 | The Trending 20 has been revealed, with 13 firms named on the list for the first time.
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HS2 | Pressure is mounting on bosses to cut costs by reducing speeds - a leading and a top academic have called for train speeds to be capped at 320km/h in stead of 360km/h.
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HS2 | has been shown off as an exemplar project as British experts look to offer their expertise to developers of the V4 project connecting , the , and .
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BREAKING NEWS | The flyovers in will be after an independent inspection by found they are too expensive to repair and structurally unsound
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WYLFA | Plans for a £100M connecting the plant on to the in mainland have been scrapped, following suspension of nuclear power plant project at the site.
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WYLFA | Plans for a £100M connecting the plant on to the in mainland have been scrapped, following suspension of the plant project.
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EAST WEST RAIL | The East West Rail Consortium has submitted its business case for an eastern extension of the to route to and .
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TRANSPORT | Transport for London (TfL) is launching an “Uber-esque” bus service, giving passengers the power to book seats on mini via their smart phones.
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YORK STADIUM | An 8,000-seater multi-use in is facing further delays, with the Council yet to announce a new completion date that will mean and will have to play elsewhere for their next season
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CONTRACTORS | Following two strong financial years, a large order book should see comfortably through #2019 and allow the to pick and choose its future contracts.
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RENEWABLES | £60M of funding for projects is up for grabs as developers prepare for next round of government funding in third auction
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HS2 | work to make way for High Speed 2’s train maintenance depot has begun - a joint venture between and is clearing the site
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BREXIT | More than a third of firms are set to make redundancies if political uncertainty caused by the collapse of the country’s government and is not resolved soon, according to a new report.
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UK RAIL | businesses from across the North of England have backed (TfN) to use “targeted schemes” and introduce powered on its lines.
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BRIDGES | A £2.5M private donation has been made to for the construction of the controversial in .
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RENEWABLES | £60M of funding for projects is up for grabs as developers prepare for next round of government funding in third auction
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CONCRETE | Reusing fibrous materials from tyres in has been found to reduce where concrete explosively cracks under intense heat, the has found
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SNC | explores how Canadian engineering firm which owns in the UK, has become embroiled in an increasingly heated which goes to the heart of 's politics.
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BREXIT | A will have little to no impact on the firm’s group finance director has claimed.
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