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Regulator underlines that pension deficits will persist for longer unless employers pay more

Analysis published by the Pensions Regulator today confirms that defined benefit pension schemes with actuarial valuations this year are behind schedule when it comes to eliminating their deficits.

UK Debt down by £10.8 billion on last year

Public sector net borrowing (excluding public sector banks – PSNB ex) was down at the end of the financial year 2014/12015 by £10.8 billion (11 percent) on last year’s figure

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Politics

CBA members urge government to think again over legal aid reforms

By Tony Cross, chairman of the Criminal Bar Association

The Criminal Bar Association has conducted a survey [1] of its members in order to gauge better the depth of concern amongst the profession about the Government’s proposals for the Dual Provider Scheme

Net migration into the UK increases

AIRBUS contradicting 2014 statements that investment depends on profits not politics – UKIP

Put people at heart of EU debate, say Greens

Science, Technology & Environment

New Release Xara Web Designer 11 Premium with Online Editing

Xara announces a new release of Xara Web Designer Premium, a programming-free web design tool. This new version 11 has some great new features for creating state of the art sites in contemporary styles

Cholesterol drugs associated with 30% lower stroke risk in healthy older adults

Findings suggest drugs might be considered for preventing stroke in older populations

Use of cholesterol lowering drugs is associated with a one third lower risk of stroke in older adults without previous disease, finds a study published in The BMJ this week.

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