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Clegg backs the retention of 50p tax for top earners

16/08/2011

Despite growing concern Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has backed the continuation of the top rate of income tax at 50 pence.


 

Inflation climbs to 4.4%

16/08/2011

The consumer prices index of inflation (CPI) climbed 0.2% over June to reach 4.4%.


 

Social media fatigue on the rise

16/08/2011

Almost 1 in 3 early adopters of social media are getting bored of its use, with around 25% now using services less than when they were new.


 

Train fare increases: What it means to the consumer

16/08/2011

It was announced on Tuesday that as of January 1st 2012 train fares in England will increase as much as 8% on their current rates.


 

Train fares to reach record prices in 2012

16/08/2011

As UK inflation rose in June the immediate knock-on effects were being felt by train passengers, who as of January will be paying 8% more for their tickets.


 

Samsung have tablet ban temporarily lifted

16/08/2011

The ban handed down by a German court preventing Samsung selling their Galaxy Tab 10.1 throughout Europe has been temporarily lifted.


 

German slowdown adds to eurozone pressure

16/08/2011

Fresh doubts about the strength of the eurozone have been raised after German economic growth all but ground to a halt over the second quarter 2011.


 

Rural areas get £363 million broadband boost

16/08/2011

The government has allocated nearly £363 million to rural areas in England and Scotland in a bid to improve broadband connections.


 

Goodman’s letter piles pressure on Murdochs and Cameron

16/08/2011

A letter written by Clive Goodman, former News of the World Royal Correspondent, and published today by the Culture select committee, has confirmed that phone hacking was widely discussed at the publication.


 

Plumbers bear the brunt of latest HMRC crackdown

16/08/2011

Plumbers have found themselves the centre of HM Revenue & Customs’ latest tax clampdown