BBC News 24
3 hours
Still no real answers as to who killed Boris Nemtsov. There are five men from chatting on trial in Moscow who are supposed to be the hit men, the contract killers by the man who is alleged to have ordered the killing has disappeared and indeed Boris Nemtsov supporters and his family and lawyers believe that there is actually a cover-up, that the real people behind the murder have not been found.
BBC Two England
11 hours
Has to be something, how do you stimulator group which has just won the Premier League? By maybe giving them a contract, but sometimes that can act as a demotivate. There has to be something a bit deeper than that. In terms of rewarding the success that matter different target.
Sky News
2 days
Good evening to you both. Same question. Did this an indicator of a bigger shift in British politics? It is interesting. The one thing both Stoke and transsexual and Copan have his floundering Ukip. And Stoke that men of able to defend the seat. -- Stoke contract. It is vague, the last general election that the percent of the electoral votes are Ukip and four.
BBC One South West
2 days
And it did not take a lot of persuading for me to actually get the contract does involve. -- the contractors. They were very much willing partners in delivering this project. One of the Irish and has done everything for free on his own back, so with the days he has had off, he has come in and at work on it.
BBC One Wales
2 days
And it is in the running at the moment to get a new contract to deliver this scheme in future by the Bush government. It is fully owned and funded by the Welsh government, but it has had budget cuts in recent years. It has had gone from a staff of 1200 down to a staff of 600 and it is now looking for a further 60 voluntary redundancies and Unison say that frankly be current funding arrangement is a mess.
BBC One Wales
2 days
And we will be able to capture far more mussels, which will help the mussel fishery. Bangor's mussel industry is already a multi-million pound business but here they say, with help, it could easily double in size. Football, and Neil Warnock says he will be Cardiff City manager next season following positive talks. The 68-year-old expects to sign a new one-year contract extension in the next 24 hours.
BBC One Yorkshire
2 days
Sophia Ewan has our main story. Construction workers, supply teachers, care providers, people working in sectors of the economy where temporary workers become the norm. And it is in this sector of the economy that some temporary contract workers are telling us they are being ripped off.
BBC News 24
3 days
You can sack manager and a manager can walk out of his contract. Players you can't sack and they can't walk out of their contracts. The two contracts are completely different, one is written in stone and one is written on a different, one is written in stone more settled.
ITV
3 days
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ITV
3 days
They talk of his warmth and charisma and charm. Saying it has been the Players and managers get criticised to the hilt if they leave during the contract or asked to leave, this guy signed a four year contract and was sacked. He will get a big payoff, financially, these managers are never poor. Negotiating the divorce before signing the contract, to fill those shoes and come in to try and save the club? Football is all about advisers, someone is advising the club and saying you need to make the change now and look at Swansea and Hull, but there is no guarantees in football.
STV
3 days
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BBC Two England
3 days
CHUCKLES Better than the other way around. That is not in The Daily Politics contract! Now, seven years after it was introduced, the Government remains committed to its target of getting net migration down to the tens of thousands. With Brexit, ministers believe they stand more of a chance. Today the Office For National Statistics has published its latest migration figures, taking in the period after the Brexit vote. And up to the year ending at the end of last September.
BBC Parliament
4 days
The member the Cambridge, had yesterday that people working in the museum, archaeology place in Cambridge, want their contract is over that as it was the education mess, help the mess, well.
BBC Parliament
4 days
The main work civil contract is to construct the main physical works for the railway, including tunnels, viaducts and embankments are due to be released later this year and initial work will begin shortly after Royal Assent is completed. I expect that through the construction phase, HS2 limited and my Department will do everything we can to ensure the impact of those affected is mitigated wherever we possibly can.
BBC News 24
4 days
They have also said that they have had to lay off 10% of their foreign workforce already on Friday, and they say that they may need to let go of other contract workers, because only half of the 30,000 workers that are employed by Freeport are permanent. They are saying that this is not a negotiation tactic, this is just what they need to do to keep the business afloat.
BBC News 24
4 days
And these are things that Freeport said not in the contract they are currently under. They said the current 30 year contract is a document that cannot be broken. And production is now at a standstill.
BBC News 24
4 days
The gridlock has already brought production to a standstill as Freeport refuses to X that the changes. -- accept. Indonesian law and international law provided the contract like that for Freeport being unable to be changed or changed unilaterally by either party.
BBC News 24
4 days
Some think that will include selling off its businesses, including the brand Flora. Frequent Morgan is at loggerheads with Indonesia. The gunmen wants to change the current contract for the world 's largest copper mine, part of regulations on foreign ownership and revenue.
BBC News 24
4 days
So many challenges, rising crime and less money. The new boss may soon discover it is tough at the top. Well, Leroy Logan, former Superintendent at the Metropolitan Police joins me now. We were watching the report and you said you knew Sadiq Khan was going to make this choice? I must admit, I think he was quite clear when Sadiq Khan took over, he didn't extend the commission's contract more than a year so I think the writing was on the wall that he wanted a new lead in the police.
BBC One South
4 days
There are serious questions that need to be answers and I hope there will be an enquiry had -- into how the contract was awarded because it was not in the interest of the taxpayer or patients. Over the last year drivers have had issues with pay, pensions and working practices.
BBC One South
4 days
The multi-million pound deal was awarded to Coperforma, a private company, last year. It struggled from the start with hundreds of patients missing appointments and, last November, agreed to hand its contract back.
BBC One South
4 days
Talks between Southern and the guards broke down last week. An offer made to driver by the company has been rejected. And industry experts say a resolution to this dispute is still a long way off. The Shadow Health Secretary has called for an inquiry during a visit to Hove into the controversial contract for non-emergency patient transport across Sussex.
Sky News
4 days
The all-time leading scorer for United has had offers from several Chinese super league clubs, willing to make the world's best paid player. He trained after missing the last two games with illness but did not travel for the match against Saint-Etienne. England team-mate Adam Lallana set to sign a new long-term contract with Liverpool.
BBC Parliament
4 days
The top slice taken to fund the emergency services network programme that the December 2019 cut-off point may not be met. This may mean that the existing error with contract being extended at the potential cost of almost £500 million. This is at the time and resources for policing are stretched to an unprecedented level. It does not seem prudent to remove funding from forces to pay for a programme that is not really moving forward.