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Hacked Off has declined to participate in compromise talks designed to end the impasse between newspapers and victims over future regulation of the press. The group lobbying on behalf of victims of press abuse said there is "no basis to compromise further," the Financial Times reports.
CWU press release An eleventh hour deal has been reached over plans to outsource thousands of jobs from Telefonica o2 to Capita. The agreement - which includes fa...
Labour press release Hilary Benn MP, Labour's Shadow Communities and Local Government Secretary, responding to new rules coming into force today which could allow...
SNP press release Commenting on the tobacco ban – which ends the open display of tobacco products in large shops and sales from self-service tobacco vending machi...
Margaret Hodge said the £2.2bn Lottery investment in the Olympics still needed to be paid back. "£2.2billion of lottery money went in to fund the Olympics, so a l...
Department for Culture, Media and Sport press release Dundee, Hull, Leicester and Swansea Bay (covering Swansea, Carmarthenshire, Neath and Port Talbot) have made ...
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15/06/2013 on The Week in Westminster, BBC Radio 4
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