Daily Archives: December 31, 2010

Rail season tickets burst the £5,000 a year barrier

Rail passengers across the country – including those using popular Home Counties routes – are facing the highest increases in a generation, at a time when many people’s salaries are failing to keep pace with inflation. The biggest season ticket … Continue reading

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Salaries of NHS consultants soar by 68 per cent

Aneurin Bevan famously said that in order to create the NHS he had been forced to “stuff doctors’ mouths with gold”. Sixty years on and new figures released by the National Audit Office have revealed that, in order to reform … Continue reading

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Quotas for boardroom women all but ruled out

The former banker investigating ways to get more women executives appointed to Britain’s boardrooms will today give his strongest indication yet that quotas have been ruled out. Lord Davies of Abersoch, who is carrying out a review for the Government, … Continue reading

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