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January 2013
  • Water primrose

    Benyon in crackdown on unwanted immigrants: invasive plants

    Environment minister Richard Benyon has announced that selling five invasive non-native aquatic plant species will be banned in order to protect wildlife.

  • HS2 can deliver for rail freight

    The government’s decision to unveil the second phase of the proposed HS2 high speed rail network which will link London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds, has generated a barrage of comments, most of which are either radically in favour or vehemently

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  • The deepening Spanish recession

    Tim Kirkham at currency specialist HiFX comments on the situation in Spain.

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  • Paul Joyner, director of sustainability at Travis Perkins Group.

    Solar swoop by Travis Perkins

    Builders' merchant Travis Perkins Group has acquired six-year-old firm Solfex, an integrator and supplier of renewable energy products, for an initial £8m with further amounts due depending on performance.

  • Jeremy Newman: brings vast experience to new role.

    Top accountant Newman's global challenge as new chairman

    Jeremy Newman, the chairman of the Audit Commission and a non-executive board member of the Crown Prosecution Service, is set to lead fast-rising accountancy network TCS Global.

  • Historic shipment will enable Vampires to rise again

    One of the UK’s leading multimodal forwarders , Davies Turner, recently shipped vintage British aircraft parts to South Africa as part of an ambitious project to rebuild two classic post-War British fighter planes. Transporting the de Havilland DH 1

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