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Natalie Bennett 3h
Making Richard Branson the UK's largest and least deserving benefit recipient. Our has already been substantially privatised over decades. Tragically
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Show House Jobs Jan 19
Serious design flaws in many housing estates, report claims
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The Hindu 9h
Just In | The floats expression of interest for of and it's two subsidiaries - Air India Express Limited and AISATS
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Muhammad azam 6h
Don't make it more expensive for me.
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Natalie Bennett 16h
Yet another disaster. A few profit, we all pay
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thinkitsayit 2h
Richard Branson's Virgin Healthcare has paid no tax on £2billion NHS deals [Well, he does live on his own private island.. so probably not the only tax he avoids in UK] 😡
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History Workshop 3h
David Anderson for on The QE2 Bridge and the PFI Hangover: '...there is an increasing sense in which the present era is coming to terms with the massive hangover induced by the original amphetamine rush of this 1990s policy'
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TheBrahmastra 7h
The govt has floated an express of interest for the 100% of & its 2 subsidiaries. Last day to submit the interest bid is March 17’ 2020 wid results out by March 31. AirIndia has a total debt of around 58282 crores of which govt has absorbed 25k crores.
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Chris AIImey ⚒🙅‍♂️🇬🇧🌹🏳️‍🌈 🕷 13h
Public money going into private pockets. ⁩ silent as usual Academy bosses of Norfolk and Waveney schools earned £17m despite funding crisis | Education | Eastern Daily Press
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mukesh kumar malviya 9h
of all government services only for ending of reservation?(SC/ST/OBC) Or begining of new reservation?( Gen)
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Dave #FBPE Jan 24
#2222 is in cardiac arrest. The trick with privatising anything is to run it down first. then sold as a saviour. only makes it worse. Less money not more as companies leave. Less staff not more as EU staff leave. LeavemeansLeave
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LWNJ🌹 15h
, by some might be seen as a perfect test of the wonders of the state, including the of it’s social security system. Of course it has all failed, and now the remaining pretense can only be maintained by force...
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Coralie Delaume Jan 23
Une de plus dans les tuyaux ! Et toujours ces mêmes méthodes : remplacement des fonctionnaires par des contractuels, nécessairement plus dociles (et moins chers
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South West 4 Europe #FBPE 🕷🇪🇺🇬🇧🇪🇺⭐️🕯 Jan 21
GPs in revolt over NHS England's plan to increase their workload Government policy. Ads: “see an nhs gp” all over. They’re PRIVATE companies under the NHS banner; colleague works for the Priory, says “they’re all NHS patients“.
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thinkitsayit 3h
Sue Hayman:"With all the talk of ‘take back control’, ministers have the power to distribute UK quota now &put the smaller-scale fleet first" "this government is to blame for a sector rigged in the interests of the super-rich"
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Suzy Franklin Jan 25
So much especially within the would not have happened if so called health unions resisted, they just sat back & watched
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Simon Ball Jan 24
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Steve Hayes 5h
Northern rail to be renationalised – and some Beeching closures could reopen
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Miles Kemp Jan 19
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moneycontrol 3h
BREAKING | and AirIndia Express are great assets. under a debt trap, any investor can turn it around. The financial position is very fragile: Aviation Minister | Read:
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