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Whatever capacity we have in airports such as Heathrow we need to make the smartest, most efficient use of what is a finite resource to drive our economy forward.
Any further delay in full throttle Government support merely serves to keep British business grounded.
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Thousands of social rented homes could be lost under regeneration plans in London
The report Training New Teachers (10 February 2015) from the National Audit Office is a “stark warning” for a government “in denial” about teacher shortages in England, according to teachers’ and headteachers’ union Voice: the union for education professionals.
BASC, the UK’s largest shooting organisation, has welcomed the introduction of the firearms provisions contained in the new Policing and Crime Bill.
It’s about time ministers faced up to the chaos and crisis they have created, admit they got it wrong and start to value, support and invest in the teaching workforce.
BASC has launched three unique campaigning websites for the upcoming devolved elections in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.