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21 December 2010

Builder fined after unsafe work on hospital
seen at 17:49, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A building contractor was fined along with the director of a surgical centre after safety inspectors found multiple failings on the site of a new clinic extension.

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Training failures led to patient death
seen at 17:49, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A care home operator was today fined £80,000 for serious training failures following the death of a patient as a result of “inappropriate and dangerous” restraint techniques.

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Traffic commissioner fines and warns three highland and island bus firms
seen at 17:49, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Joan Aitken, warned and fined three Highland and Island bus firms for maintenance and reliability issues.

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Government launches consultation on consumer credit regulation
seen at 17:49, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Mark Hoban, and the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Edward Davey, today launched a consultation on transferring the regulation of consumer credit from the Office of Fair... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Traffic commissioner fines dundee bus company
seen at 15:59, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Joan Aitken, fined a Dundee bus firm £8,700 for early and late running of services and failure to operate services.

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Don’t trade with criminals this christmas
seen at 15:59, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Local people are being warned by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to be on the look out for traders selling counterfeit and smuggled cigarettes or alcohol as the Christmas season gets underway.

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Pedestrians reminded not to use the motorway as a short cut
seen at 15:58, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Party-going pedestrians are being reminded not to use the region’s motorway network as a short-cut during the Christmas and New Year festivities.

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High court action to shut down two land banking companies
seen at 15:58, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills has presented petitions in the High Court to wind up in the public interest two companies involved in marketing plots of land as an investment opportunity... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Umbrella tax companies taken out of service
seen at 15:56, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Following an investigation by The Insolvency Service, two companies Sunday Solutions Limited and Bradbury & Co Limited, each involved in a tax umbrella scheme called the Sunday Solutions Scheme, for self ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Court action taken to shut down three companies involved in the sale of shares and bonds to the public
seen at 15:56, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills has presented petitions in the High Court to wind up in the public interest Viking Mining Resources Limited, Viking Gold Limited and VGRM Limited. Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Don't neglect the detail when looking to prevent major incidents, hse warns offshore industry
seen at 13:17, 21 December in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

A focus on preventing major offshore incidents is leading some companies to neglect the general maintenance of their oil and gas platforms.

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Three billion a year could be saved from costs of infrastructure says report
seen at 13:09, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A Government report by Infrastructure UK (IUK) today sets out a blueprint to save up to three billion a year on building and maintaining infrastructure.

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Andrew lansley announces up to £20 million to help school pupils be more active
seen at 13:09, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Up to £20 million of funding to help get the least active children more involved in school sport is announced today by the Secretary of State for Health, Andrew Lansley.

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Don't neglect the detail when looking to prevent major incidents, hse warns offshore industry
seen at 13:09, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A focus on preventing major offshore incidents is leading some companies to neglect the general maintenance of their oil and gas platforms.

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Provisional liquidator appointed to virtual world direct online e-lottery business
seen at 13:09, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills has presented petitions in the High Court to wind up in the public interest Virtual World Direct Limited (www.virtualworlddirect.com), a British... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Have your say on the new service to get people healthy
seen at 13:09, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The public is today invited to have its say on how the new public health service – Public Health England – will look and how the proposed funding arrangements will be implemented, Health Secretary Andrew Lansley... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Id cards consigned to history by coalition government's first home office bill
seen at 13:09, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

ID cards will be scrapped under the Coalition Government's first Home Office Bill to pass through Parliament.

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Three billion a year could be saved from costs of infrastructure says report
seen at 13:03, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

A Government report by Infrastructure UK (IUK) today sets out a blueprint to save up to three billion a year on building and maintaining infrastructure.

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Andrew lansley announces up to £20 million to help school pupils be more active
seen at 13:03, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Up to £20 million of funding to help get the least active children more involved in school sport is announced today by the Secretary of State for Health, Andrew Lansley.

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Don't neglect the detail when looking to prevent major incidents, hse warns offshore industry
seen at 13:03, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

A focus on preventing major offshore incidents is leading some companies to neglect the general maintenance of their oil and gas platforms.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Provisional liquidator appointed to virtual world direct online e-lottery business
seen at 13:03, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills has presented petitions in the High Court to wind up in the public interest Virtual World Direct Limited (www.virtualworlddirect.com), a British... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Have your say on the new service to get people healthy
seen at 13:03, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The public is today invited to have its say on how the new public health service – Public Health England – will look and how the proposed funding arrangements will be implemented, Health Secretary Andrew Lansley... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Id cards consigned to history by coalition government's first home office bill
seen at 13:03, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

ID cards will be scrapped under the Coalition Government's first Home Office Bill to pass through Parliament.

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Three billion a year could be saved from costs of infrastructure says report
seen at 12:58, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A Government report by Infrastructure UK (IUK) today sets out a blueprint to save up to three billion a year on building and maintaining infrastructure.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Andrew lansley announces up to £20 million to help school pupils be more active
seen at 12:58, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Up to £20 million of funding to help get the least active children more involved in school sport is announced today by the Secretary of State for Health, Andrew Lansley.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Don't neglect the detail when looking to prevent major incidents, hse warns offshore industry
seen at 12:58, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A focus on preventing major offshore incidents is leading some companies to neglect the general maintenance of their oil and gas platforms.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Provisional liquidator appointed to virtual world direct online e-lottery business
seen at 12:58, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills has presented petitions in the High Court to wind up in the public interest Virtual World Direct Limited (www.virtualworlddirect.com), a British... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Have your say on the new service to get people healthy
seen at 12:58, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The public is today invited to have its say on how the new public health service – Public Health England – will look and how the proposed funding arrangements will be implemented, Health Secretary Andrew Lansley... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Id cards consigned to history by coalition government's first home office bill
seen at 12:58, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

ID cards will be scrapped under the Coalition Government's first Home Office Bill to pass through Parliament.

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Id cards consigned to history by coalition government's first home office bill
seen at 11:56, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

ID cards will be scrapped under the Coalition Government's first Home Office Bill to pass through Parliament.

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Three billion a year could be saved from costs of infrastructure says report
seen at 10:49, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A Government report by Infrastructure UK (IUK) today sets out a blueprint to save up to three billion a year on building and maintaining infrastructure.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Andrew lansley announces up to £20 million to help school pupils be more active
seen at 10:49, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

Up to £20 million of funding to help get the least active children more involved in school sport is announced today by the Secretary of State for Health, Andrew Lansley.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Don't neglect the detail when looking to prevent major incidents, hse warns offshore industry
seen at 10:49, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A focus on preventing major offshore incidents is leading some companies to neglect the general maintenance of their oil and gas platforms.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Provisional liquidator appointed to virtual world direct online e-lottery business
seen at 10:49, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills has presented petitions in the High Court to wind up in the public interest Virtual World Direct Limited (www.virtualworlddirect.com), a British... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Have your say on the new service to get people healthy
seen at 10:49, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

The public is today invited to have its say on how the new public health service – Public Health England – will look and how the proposed funding arrangements will be implemented, Health Secretary Andrew Lansley... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Embargoed until 00:01 hours on tuesday 21 december 2010 - three billion a year could be saved from costs of infrastructure says report
seen at 05:12, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A Government report by Infrastructure UK (IUK) today sets out a blueprint to save up to three billion a year on building and maintaining infrastructure.

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Embargoed until 00:01 hours on tuesday 21 december 2010 - three billion a year could be saved from costs of infrastructure says report
seen at 05:08, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

A Government report by Infrastructure UK (IUK) today sets out a blueprint to save up to three billion a year on building and maintaining infrastructure.

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Traffic commissioner curtails licence of fort william haulage operator
seen at 01:44, 21 December in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The Deputy Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Richard McFarlane, curtailed the licence of a Fort William haulage operator and gave the firm six months to find a new transport manager.

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Traffic commissioner removes licence of bathgate bus firm
seen at 01:44, 21 December in Attorney General's Office News - South West.

The Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Joan Aitken, revoked the licence of a a Bathgate bus firm for operating more buses than it was licensed to.

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West midlands food producers spread cheer across the globe this christmas
seen at 01:44, 21 December in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

West Midlands food and drink producers are toasting their international appeal as luxury local wares provide festive cheer in households across the globe this Christmas.

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Highways agency advice to drivers as heavy snow and extremely low temperatures are forecast tonight
seen at 01:44, 21 December in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Drivers are being advised to check road conditions before they travel this evening (20 December) and tomorrow morning as weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office across the country.

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Worker died on first day at work
seen at 01:44, 21 December in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

A Newmarket retail display firm has been sentenced after an employee was crushed to death by a stack of glass he was unloading on his first day at work.

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Highways agency advice to drivers as heavy snow and extremely low temperatures are forecast tonight
seen at 01:44, 21 December in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

Drivers are being advised to check road conditions before they travel this evening (20 December) and tomorrow morning as weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office across the country.

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Gang jailed for £6 million tax fraud
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Six members of an Eastern European gang who stole £6 million from the taxpayer and spent the proceeds on exotic holidays, luxury houses and cosmetic surgery have been jailed at Croydon Crown Court for... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Budget allocations for defra confirmed
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The budget allocations for Defra and its arms length bodies for the next financial year have been published today.

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Worker died on first day at work
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A Newmarket retail display firm has been sentenced after an employee was crushed to death by a stack of glass he was unloading on his first day at work.

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Andrew lansley urges people to give blood
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley is today visiting the West End Blood Donor Centre in Central London to support an urgent call for blood donations. NHS Blood and Transplant has called for blood donors to come... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Traffic commissioner curtails licence of fort william haulage operator
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Deputy Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Richard McFarlane, curtailed the licence of a Fort William haulage operator and gave the firm six months to find a new transport manager.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Unsafe roofwork led to fatal fall
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Two companies from Cardiff and Surrey have been prosecuted today after a man fell to his death through a rooflight.

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Highways agency advice to drivers as heavy snow and extremely low temperatures are forecast tonight
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Drivers are being advised to check road conditions before they travel this evening (20 December) and tomorrow morning as weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office across the country.

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Entertainment and model agency owners banned from operating for 10 years
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The owners of a West Lothian entertainment and model agency have today been banned from running an employment agency for the maximum possible period of 10 years.

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Regional producers toast their festive appeal in international markets
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

From beer in Scandinavia, to tea in Australia and confectionery in Canada, regional food and drink producers are toasting their international appeal as luxury local wares provide festive cheer in households across... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Traffic commissioner removes licence of bathgate bus firm
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Joan Aitken, revoked the licence of a a Bathgate bus firm for operating more buses than it was licensed to.

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New high speed rail proposals unveiled
seen at 01:35, 21 December in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Transport Secretary Philip Hammond today confirmed that the Government’s proposed high speed rail network - which would link London to the West Midlands, Manchester and Leeds - will include a direct link to Heathrow... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Highways agency advice to drivers as heavy snow and extremely low temperatures are forecast tonight
seen at 01:32, 21 December in Acas News - South West.

Drivers are being advised to check road conditions before they travel this evening (20 December) and tomorrow morning as weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office across the country.

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Highways agency advice to drivers as heavy snow and extremely low temperatures are forecast tonight
seen at 01:31, 21 December in The National Archives News - South West.

Drivers are being advised to check road conditions before they travel this evening (20 December) and tomorrow morning as weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office across the country.

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Highways agency advice to drivers as heavy snow and extremely low temperatures are forecast tonight
seen at 01:30, 21 December in Assets Recovery Agency News - South West.

Drivers are being advised to check road conditions before they travel this evening (20 December) and tomorrow morning as weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office across the country.

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Gang jailed for £6 million tax fraud
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Six members of an Eastern European gang who stole £6 million from the taxpayer and spent the proceeds on exotic holidays, luxury houses and cosmetic surgery have been jailed at Croydon Crown Court for... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Your chance to shape the future of the healthcare workforce
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Workforce, education and training consultation launched

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Budget allocations for defra confirmed
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The budget allocations for Defra and its arms length bodies for the next financial year have been published today.

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Worker died on first day at work
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

A Newmarket retail display firm has been sentenced after an employee was crushed to death by a stack of glass he was unloading on his first day at work.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Andrew lansley urges people to give blood
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley is today visiting the West End Blood Donor Centre in Central London to support an urgent call for blood donations. NHS Blood and Transplant has called for blood donors to come... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Traffic commissioner curtails licence of fort william haulage operator
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Deputy Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Richard McFarlane, curtailed the licence of a Fort William haulage operator and gave the firm six months to find a new transport manager.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Unsafe roofwork led to fatal fall
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Two companies from Cardiff and Surrey have been prosecuted today after a man fell to his death through a rooflight.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Highways agency advice to drivers as heavy snow and extremely low temperatures are forecast tonight
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Drivers are being advised to check road conditions before they travel this evening (20 December) and tomorrow morning as weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office across the country.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Entertainment and model agency owners banned from operating for 10 years
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The owners of a West Lothian entertainment and model agency have today been banned from running an employment agency for the maximum possible period of 10 years.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Regional producers toast their festive appeal in international markets
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

From beer in Scandinavia, to tea in Australia and confectionery in Canada, regional food and drink producers are toasting their international appeal as luxury local wares provide festive cheer in households across... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Traffic commissioner removes licence of bathgate bus firm
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Joan Aitken, revoked the licence of a a Bathgate bus firm for operating more buses than it was licensed to.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New high speed rail proposals unveiled
seen at 01:28, 21 December in Charity Commission News - South West.

Transport Secretary Philip Hammond today confirmed that the Government’s proposed high speed rail network - which would link London to the West Midlands, Manchester and Leeds - will include a direct link to Heathrow... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Budget allocations for defra confirmed
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The budget allocations for Defra and its arms length bodies for the next financial year have been published today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Worker died on first day at work
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A Newmarket retail display firm has been sentenced after an employee was crushed to death by a stack of glass he was unloading on his first day at work.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Andrew lansley urges people to give blood
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley is today visiting the West End Blood Donor Centre in Central London to support an urgent call for blood donations. NHS Blood and Transplant has called for blood donors to come... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Traffic commissioner curtails licence of fort william haulage operator
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The Deputy Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Richard McFarlane, curtailed the licence of a Fort William haulage operator and gave the firm six months to find a new transport manager.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Unsafe roofwork led to fatal fall
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Two companies from Cardiff and Surrey have been prosecuted today after a man fell to his death through a rooflight.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Highways agency advice to drivers as heavy snow and extremely low temperatures are forecast tonight
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Drivers are being advised to check road conditions before they travel this evening (20 December) and tomorrow morning as weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office across the country.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Entertainment and model agency owners banned from operating for 10 years
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The owners of a West Lothian entertainment and model agency have today been banned from running an employment agency for the maximum possible period of 10 years.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Regional producers toast their festive appeal in international markets
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

From beer in Scandinavia, to tea in Australia and confectionery in Canada, regional food and drink producers are toasting their international appeal as luxury local wares provide festive cheer in households across... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Traffic commissioner removes licence of bathgate bus firm
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

The Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Joan Aitken, revoked the licence of a a Bathgate bus firm for operating more buses than it was licensed to.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New high speed rail proposals unveiled
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

Transport Secretary Philip Hammond today confirmed that the Government’s proposed high speed rail network - which would link London to the West Midlands, Manchester and Leeds - will include a direct link to Heathrow... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Embargoed until 00:01 hours on tuesday 21 december 2010 - three billion a year could be saved from costs of infrastructure says report
seen at 01:23, 21 December in National College For School Leadership News - South West.

A Government report by Infrastructure UK (IUK) today sets out a blueprint to save up to three billion a year on building and maintaining infrastructure.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Embargoed until 00:01 hours on tuesday 21 december 2010 - three billion a year could be saved from costs of infrastructure says report
seen at 00:17, 21 December in South West Regional Assembly News - South West.

A Government report by Infrastructure UK (IUK) today sets out a blueprint to save up to three billion a year on building and maintaining infrastructure.

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