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Budget 2017: Chancellor Philip Hammond 'to target housing and NHS'

Media playback is unsupported on your device Chancellor Philip Hammond plans to use “headroom” in the public finances to target spending on housing and health, a close friend has told the BBC.Stephen Hammond – a former transport minister – said the chancellor wants to use next Wednesday’s Budget to …

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Budget 2017: Double Budget effect on your finances

Two Budgets in one year means the prospect of significant upheaval for your finances – adding to changes we already know about.Chancellor Philip Hammond will probably want his sequel to be less dramatic in political terms than his March Budget.Previous Budgets and government policy mean we need not wait …

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A growing number of young men are wearing make-up and big brands are embracing the trend. Could the stigma around male cosmetics finally be disappearing? Gianni Casagrande began wearing make-up about three years ago.The 22-year-old from Middlesbrough says he had “really bad acne” and started using concealer to hide …

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McDonald's Writeup in Financial Times Has No Mention of Franchisees

Public Profile Chain restaurant earnings and economics expert John A. Gordon at Pacific Management Consulting Group provides analysis and management solutions to those who need to know about chain restaurant performance, yielding the right information at the right time. Gordon focuses on restaurant strategy, operations and financial management topics, …

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Media playback is unsupported on your device A shortage of weather data is putting many African countries at an economic disadvantage, experts believe. The BBC’s Click team went to Tanzania to meet some tech start-ups trying to change the outlook.Tanzania is at the centre of a meteorological experiment that …

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Jaguar Land Rover tests driverless cars on public roads

The UK’s biggest car manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover has been testing driverless cars on public roads.The trials have been underway for several weeks on a half-mile route in Coventry city centre.The vehicles rely on sensors to detect traffic, pedestrians and signals but have a human on board to react …

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