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From Nigeria to UK – Dr Solomon Fubara: Helping the Diaspora Break into Business

Nigerian-born Dr Solomon Fubara did not quite set out to become a member of the UK diaspora community. In fact, he came to get a university degree in 1983 and had every intention of using his education to get ahead

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Looking for a Fig Leaf: US & UK Mull Punitive Action against Syria

Here we go again. The US and Britain are whipping themselves once more into a frenzy over the actions of an evil strongman in the Middle East. This time around the recipient of American and British ire is Syrian president

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Assaulting Freedom to Protect Freedom: UK Government Gets Tough on Press

Legislation aimed at preventing acts of terrorism is now being misused to intimidate reporters and the media they work for. In the UK, police authorities invoked Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 to question for nine hours David Miranda,

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CBI: Encouraging Signs from the UK Jobs Market

The CBI commented last week on the latest official labour market data, showing that employment grew by 16,000 and unemployment fell by 57,000 in the three months to May, while the number of people taken on as employees rose by

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CBI on Europe: Half-Way Houses Won’t Work for the UK

The CBI is calling for the debate on Europe to focus on credible options for the UK’s future relationship with the EU, warning that half-way house models such as Norway and Switzerland are not the answer. Ahead of a key

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Flight Links: UK risks Billions in Trade with Fast Growing Economies

According to the Confederation of British Industry, the United Kingdom is likely to miss out on billions of pounds in trade unless it boosts direct flights to the fastest growing world economies. New analysis published by the UK’s leading business

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