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Monday 25 October 2010
A radical shake-up of Britain's takeover laws has been signalled by the Secretary of State for Business, Vince Cable.
Wednesday 20 October 2010
Wayne Rooney must look in the papers every morning and think, "How does Vince Cable get away with it? Just like me, a year ago he was a national hero, the embodiment of hope, and now he's a bumbling fool and revealed as a cheat. But he's allowed to carry on as he pleases and isn't even substituted. I want a transfer to the Liberal Democrats."
Friday 15 October 2010
The proposals in the Browne report would profoundly change not only the economy but also the philosophy of higher education. If students will now perforce select and purchase their education with a view to their personal financial reward, universities will package and deliver education to prioritise its financial benefit to the student.
Tuesday 12 October 2010
Vince Cable was under fire tonight over plans to charge students thousands of pounds more for university, as he scrapped a Liberal Democrat election pledge to oppose any rise in tuition fees.
Monday 11 October 2010
More than a third of UK businesses have found getting a loan more difficult over the past year, which will come as a shock to the Government which has pushed banks to increase lending to companies.
Friday 01 October 2010
Outlook All that said, the Government so far shows little sign of listening to the complaints of employers about its immigration policy. A row has broken out remarkably quickly, with businesses moving from an assumption that no government would implement rules so rigid they would be prevented from hiring sufficient numbers of highly-skilled workers – particularly if doing so was likely to jeopardise the growth of the private sector, or drive companies to move operations to other jurisdictions – to saying that this is exactly what has happened.
Friday 01 October 2010
The CBI will urge the Government not to strangle business with a heavy-handed cap on immigration, arguing that the Coalition should limit the number of students entering the country before it closes the doors to skilled professionals. It will also warn that the current rules are not working.
Wednesday 29 September 2010
The Government has "relentlessly attacked and undermined the BBC" and condemned ITV's regional news to a "slow death", shadow culture secretary Ben Bradshaw claimed today.
Monday 27 September 2010
While luminaries such as Dustin Hoffman have graced the upstairs restaurant of Cafe Koha, the basement, where the Backstage Comedy Club is housed, is becoming synonymous with hosting political comedy freakshows.
Saturday 25 September 2010
Today the Labour Party will know the identity of its new leader.
Friday 24 September 2010
Scientific research that "touches people's lives" could be lost as a result of Government cuts to funding, leading universities warned today.
Friday 24 September 2010
Would Vince Cable's 'graduate tax' be a fairer way for students to contribute to the cost of their degrees?
Thursday 23 September 2010
Vince Cable is a much-loved politician because he tells it like it is, he seems to know what he is talking about and he doesn't pander to people. Youngsters like him because he has a cool name that brings to mind an action movie star; oldies are keen because, well, because he's one of them.
Sunday 19 September 2010
Saturday 18 September 2010
A raft of senior business figures yesterday backed Vince Cable, the Business Secretary, in a row over immigration that threatens to split the Coalition Government. While a Downing Street spokesman rejected Mr Cable's warning on Thursday that caps on immigration to the UK from non-European Union countries would do "huge damage" to the economy, business leaders supported him.
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