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Labour “threatens jobs and deters investment”, signatories say
The U.S. web hosting and registration company, GoDaddy, revealed its intentions to float for a massive $2.9bn (£1.9bn) yesterday.
When I arrived to work this morning my colleagues had locked me out. It was an April fool, ha ha! Luckily, there are some decent ones out there (sorry guys)
Ed Miliband will promise to put an end to the controversial practise of employing people on zero-hours contracts if Labour wins the 2015 election.
Bad times ahead of the election
Eton Line will run alongside existing Piccadilly Line services
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And its chairman admits that three-quarters of staff are on zero-hours contracts
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