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13:36, 22 MAY 2015
Youth employment award for Clement Keys
The honour was announced at an awards ceremony organised by AllAboutSchoolLeavers – an independent organisation with the aim of raising awareness of the importance of apprenticeship and school-leaver programmes across all industry sectors.
Extraenergy to create 1,000 city jobs to take on 'big six'
Company which has signed up two million German customers since 2010 now eyeing UK market and a new large base in Birmingham
Not feeling empowered by Hinckley
The lengthy festive break gives business owners some quality time to think and plan for the months ahead.
Public and industry at the mercy of energy firms
Our continental competitors do not have to cope with such high prices, and British industries will therefore suffer in a highly competitive market.
Backbench MPs flex their muscles with energy firms
The horrible truth about being an MP is that it doesn’t give you a lot of power.
Power is the hot issue for Government
Government has decided not to give subsidies to energy supplier, Centrica, to develop gas storage facilities doubling the UK’s present capacity of 15 days’ supply.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital builder sells facilities management arm
GDF Suez agrees £190 million deal as firm to focus on major infrastructure projects
Power struggle will mean more shocks ahead...
Ofgem’s forecast that there is a very good chance this country will experience power cuts from 2015 onwards if additional capacity is not brought on stream, makes me shudder.
Brian Dick: The Haves and the Havants
The last time this column strayed from rugby union and trespassed into the domain of Association Football, I was the unhappy recipient of more brickbats than a builders' cricket team.