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Educating girls

Media playback is unsupported on your device Until you see it, it is difficult to conceive how much work many Rajasthani girls have to do before they go to school. For some, their chores take precedence and school is a last priority. But one organisation is pushing to encourage …

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Global leader

With so much of politics, economics, culture – not to mention every other facet of human existence – taking place online, it is startling to realise that such a loose and baggy concept as the “centre of the global economy,” can actually be located somewhere real: in a particular …

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Super vision

Computers are getting better at recognising faces and shapes and making connections between images, heralding a new age of visual search that could transform the way we interact with the world around us. Have you ever searched Google maps for a destination, asked it for directions, then walked off …

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Black Friday weekend: Online the winner in sales frenzy

If you thought the shops were looking quiet last Friday then you were right. A whopping £1.4bn was spent on online sales in the UK on Black Friday – up some 11.7% on last year, according to online retailers trade body IMRG.But on High Streets, shopping centres and retail …

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BA owner IAG secures Monarch's Gatwick slots

British Airways owner IAG has secured take-off and landing slots at London’s Gatwick airport that used to belong to Monarch before it collapsed.IAG said the deal would enable its airlines – primarily BA – to offer more flights and new routes from Gatwick.Monarch collapsed in early October and thousands …

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Feather & Black follows Multiyork collapse

Feather & Black (F&B) has been placed in the hands of administrators, less than a week after the collapse of another firm owned by the same Midlands businessman. The household furnishings brand, like Multiyork, is continuing to trade while Duff & Phelps hunts buyers for both brands which collectively …

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TaxAssist announces additional Franchise Development Manager to support growing network   

Samantha Skyring, previously one of TaxAssist’s Technical Managers, moves to new position TaxAssist Accountants has strengthened the support for its 200-strong network of accountants with Samantha Skyring joining Steve Mack and Phil Jesse in the Franchise Development Team. Samantha, who is ACCA qualified joined TaxAssist Accountants in 2014, having …

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Successful changeover for TaxAssist Accountants Cheltenham & Gloucester

Having successfully established TaxAssist Accountants in Gloucester 11 years ago and expanding into Cheltenham last year, Chris Hutchings has sold his business to Rob Little. This franchise resale is TaxAssist Accountants’ fourth in the last 12 months, highlighting that after more than 20 years of continuous growth, franchisees are …

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