Sky News
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I am not sure the sums are there with corporation tax alone. It is always a balancing act when you tax corporations, which in many ways our wealth creators and create jobs for millions of Brits. You have to balance taxation with dis- incentivising business from expanding, growth in the economy. Do.
ITV
31 minutes
is there jurisdiction for British police to go in immediately given it is a British subject and effectively take over the investigation? No. You work to the country where the offence took place. For 10 years Europe has tried to get its act together. A lot of frustration by the EU commission and things tried to be.
BBC News 24
7 hours
capture, the undue political influence of the wealthy Indian born Gupta family. But it was the sacking of the much respected finance minister that brought these crowds out onto the streets. I think it was an act of economic and political self-destruction.
BBC Parliament
8 hours
This confusion is causing real problems in enforcement by police officers who have already had their numbers cut by this government. Will the Minister take this more seriously and act urgently to confront this really serious problem? I agree with the honourable gentleman that it is a serious problem and it is also a problem that as I have said before, in our prisons, possession of Spice.
BBC News 24
8 hours
daughter. But she was won over by this 15-year-old who would read extracts from a play that he was about to act in, and she said the weight of his intellect that she still doesn't feel she has fully probed, on their long walks by the river she fell in love and he said I will marry you. It took until he was 29 before he popped the question. It is remarkable. And.
Sky News
8 hours
the press asking for handshakes? On the other hand he could act like a normal human being and shake the hand of the Chancellor of Germany and not... Shall we move on to the FT? Where's the story.
STV
8 hours
Do you support the government? The point we were trying to make this afternoon, this is not an opportunity for people to scream and shout. This is an opportunity to act. A very clear substantial majority of MSPs voted tonight that our judgement is wrong about how to get fairness in the benefit system.
BBC One London
8 hours
because I don't take boxing as an act. This isn't like an act for me, this is a way of expressing myself and being true to myself. Joshua's wasted little time in his road to the top. Too good to be true, we're about to find out. Dan Roan, BBC News, Sheffield
BBC One East
8 hours
This isn't like an act for me, this is a way of expressing myself and being true to myself. Joshua's wasted little time in his road to the top. Too good to be true, we're about to find out. Dan Roan, BBC News, Sheffield
STV
8 hours
I will continue to monitor the way in which this works on the ground. And the first minister and her ministers Use strong words like shameful and she has a power to act And if you choose a strong words but chooses not to act then that would indeed be shameful. The most poignant speech came from the Scottish lead Labour.
BBC News 24
9 hours
champions to make communities safer are instead making them more dangerous. This commission says his officers will never act as immigration enforcers. Winnie to make.
BBC News 24
10 hours
and all those deaths could have been prevented. Many of the children who survive will be affected by stunting and poor health for their entire lives. We are witnessing the starving and the crippling of an entire generation. We must act now, to save lives
BBC News 24
10 hours
because I don't take boxing as an act. This isn't like an act for me, this is a way of expressing myself and being true to myself. Joshua's wasted little time in his road to the top
Sky News
10 hours
in the middle of the deep oceans act almost like litter traps. This is, if you like, a sample of the amount of plastic waste that is bobbing around and still floating out.
BBC News 24
11 hours
mixed messages coming out during the day, it is difficult issue for Labour going into the general election, they hope to win seats were people voted in favour of Brexit and seats were they voted against. So Labour has a difficult balancing act and really has to face into different directions in different parts of the country. So difficult for them to get a message that works for.
BBC News 24
12 hours
having a hangover effect. The surprise is the repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Give us a sense of historical perspective? How much should we judge the ultimate success of an American President on these first few months? I've never been that keen on the 100 Days bid, but it's.
BBC News 24
12 hours
100 Days. There's been no real accomplishment. He pushed through the repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which was the crown jewel of his first term yelling with Congress, and it blew up in his face. He's also had a problem of the Russian election.
BBC Parliament
12 hours
of beneficial ownership means people in that country would have access and would identify where corruption and money laundering may be taking place and thus be better able to expose what's going on. The prospect of which in itself would also act as a potentially significant deterrent. The Government's amendment refers to an exchange of information between the Government of the UK and the government of each.
BBC Parliament
12 hours
of time, which I think is described as within six months of the day on which this act is passed. When the matter was discussed at committee stage, of course, the noble lady the minister did say, refer to the fact that the Government had announced that the London anticorruption summit last year that the Government's intention.
BBC News 24
12 hours
It's needed now and again, but it's got to be real because I don't take boxing as an act. This isn't like an act for me, this is a way of expressing myself and being true to myself. Joshua's wasted little time in his road to the top. Too good to be true, we're about to find out
BBC Parliament
13 hours
ownership of information a covenant that in the companies act and the word verified does not appear. Therefore this information can be inaccurate, it can be misleading, nobody is required here to check that information. Now the second point I wish to go back to, the noble lady the Minister's amendment number eight, which has not been discussed very much up until now where it says.
BBC News 24
13 hours
China, the north's only major ally, has urged the US not to act without UN approval and called on both sides to show restraint
BBC Parliament
14 hours
to turn to Penrose it seems to me there was not a complete picture in Penrose either despite what the Minister is trying to paint, this picture of full disclosure. Of course that was only part of the picture because brother documents have been disclosed, the department has published all relevant information it holds on blood safety in line with the Freedom of Information Act 2000. All papers that are available for the period 1970-85 and.
BBC Parliament
14 hours
ago are a matter of public record. All documents up to 1995 are also available in the National archive. I will also, we are also aware of six documents from those published on the Department website which are currently being withheld under the Freedom of Information Act on the grounds that they either contain only personal information and nothing relevant to the issue of blood safety are on the grounds that they hold legally.