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Sackings, break-ups and lost business: The strike horror stories of Southern commuters

Shared from on 9 January 2017

A selection of strike horror stories of Southern commuters.

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Alton Towers axes up to 70 jobs following Smiler rollercoaster crash

Shared from on 15 November 2016

The company is making redundancies after a £14m drop in revenue following a crash that left two teenagers needing leg amputations.

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Bankers inwardly hate what they are doing, says City of London therapist

Shared from on 31 May 2016

A therapist to high-earning bankers in the City of London has said the majority of her clients are not 'Gordon Gecko-types' like in the film Wall Street but are actually 'dying inside.'

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Bankers inwardly hate what they are doing, says City of London therapist

Shared from on 31 May 2016

A therapist to high-earning bankers in the City of London has said the majority of her clients are not 'Gordon Gecko-types' like in the film Wall Street but are actually 'dying inside.'

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Bankers inwardly hate what they are doing, says City of London therapist

Shared from on 31 May 2016

A therapist to high-earning bankers in the City of London has said the majority of her clients are not 'Gordon Gecko-types' like in the film Wall Street but are actually 'dying inside.'

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EU has ‘important role’ in British employment law, says Foreign Secretary

Shared from on 22 October 2015

Britain wants to cut 'burden' of EU-wide labour laws in renegotiation, but is not seeking special opt-outs

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EU has ‘important role’ in British employment law, says Foreign Secretary

Shared from on 22 October 2015

Britain wants to cut 'burden' of EU-wide labour laws in renegotiation, but is not seeking special opt-outs

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EU has ‘important role’ in British employment law, says Foreign Secretary

Shared from on 22 October 2015

Britain wants to cut 'burden' of EU-wide labour laws in renegotiation, but is not seeking special opt-outs

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NHS locum doctor paid £11,000 to work a weekend

Shared from on 17 August 2015

Record sum paid by an NHS hospital to a locum doctor to cover a bank holiday weekend revealed in new figures

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NHS locum doctor paid £11,000 to work a weekend

Shared from on 17 August 2015

Record sum paid by an NHS hospital to a locum doctor to cover a bank holiday weekend revealed in new figures

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Firms flouting the minimum wage not prosecuted in the past year

Shared from on 24 November 2014

Coalition under fire over pledge to get tough, while food bank boss says ministers must protect people ‘on the edge’

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Employers retain staff as demand rises

Shared from on 1 August 2014

The jobs market is showing signs of “normalisation” as employers hang on to staff for longer to meet customer demand, according to the Office for National Statistics, raising the prospect of an early interest r

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Morrisons plans to cut 2,600 management jobs

Shared from on 18 June 2014

UK supermarket chain Morrisons plans to cut 2,600 management jobs as a result of changes to its management structure.

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British wage-earners have taken £5,000 pay cut in five years, figures show

Shared from on 3 December 2013

Government figures will fuel debate about living standards before 2015 general election

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