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Boss who helped create Taylor Wimpey to leave after nearly 15 years

Pete Redfern is likely to step down next year The man who negotiated the creation of Taylor Wimpey in a “dingy” cafe on the M40 around 15 years ago plans to leave the company when recruiters have found him a suitable replacement. Pete Redfern is likely to step down next year but plans to stay until a “full handover has taken place”, the UK’s third-largest housebuilder said on Wednesday. The […]

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First person to get Covid vaccination urges more to join her on anniversary

Margaret Keenan got the first jab at University Hospital Coventry Margaret Keenan, who a year ago became the first person to have a Covid jab, has urged people to get a vaccination. The 91-year-old said: “The best Christmas present I could have is being in good health and having had the jab and feeling free from this horrible virus.” The grandmother, who has also already also had her booster and […]

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Tesco distribution centre strikes paused after pay offer

It affects four of their UK distribution hubs Planned strikes by workers at Tesco distribution centres have been suspended after a new pay offer. Members of Unite based in Antrim, Belfast, Didcot and Doncaster are being recommended to accept a proposed deal. The union said that following fresh talks workers have been offered a minimum of a 5.5% increase backdated to July and an additional 0.5% from February 2022. Unite […]

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London Underground faces strike threat amid job cuts plan

Up to 600 jobs are set to be affected London Underground is facing the threat of strikes after revealing plans to cut hundreds of jobs. Between 500 and 600 posts are threatened, with LU saying the impact of the pandemic on its finances has made a programme of change “urgently necessary”. Unions attacked the news, with the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) confirming plans for a strike ballot. Nick […]

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Ed Sheeran launches new guitar to mark latest coming of age album

Only 3,000 of the Equals Edition guitar will be available to buy Ed Sheeran has launched a new guitar collaboration to mark his “coming of age” album. The chart topper described Equals as a “really personal record” which comes after he married, became a father and experienced loss. The Suffolk-raised star has continued his relationship with Northern Ireland-based guitar maker George Lowden to create a new signature guitar worthy of […]

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UAE working week will change to Monday to Friday

The decision is to take effect next month The official working week in the United Arab Emirates is moving to Monday to Friday. The change will bring the Islamic nation, which is home to major financial institutions, in line with western schedules. The decision, which is to take effect next month, makes the Gulf Arab state, home to Abu Dhabi and Dubai, one of the few places in the Middle […]

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Speaker voices deep concern at reports of drug taking in Parliament

Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle is to raise reports of drug misuse in Parliament with the police “as a priority”. Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle is to raise reports of drug misuse in Parliament with the police “as a priority”. Sir Lindsay described reports that traces of cocaine had been found in areas of the Palace of Westminster accessible only to people with parliamentary passes as “deeply concerning”. In a […]

todayDecember 5, 2021 13

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Minister hails huge opportunities to deepen US trade links on first visit

The International Trade Secretary has said there are “huge opportunities to deepen the trading links benefiting communities on both sides of the Atlantic” ahead of a three-day visit to the US. The International Trade Secretary has said there are “huge opportunities to deepen the trading links benefiting communities on both sides of the Atlantic” ahead of a three-day visit to the US. Anne-Marie Trevelyan will use her first official stateside […]

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Strictly Come Dancings 10th contestant leaves after emotional quarter final

BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker described his time on Strictly Come Dancing as “an absolutely incredible experience” BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker described his time on Strictly Come Dancing as “an absolutely incredible experience” which taught him that he could dance as he became the 10th celebrity to leave the show. Walker, 44, was sent home from the BBC One series after his quarter-finals tango with partner Nadiya Bychkova failed […]

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