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Parliament delivers more heat and less light
David Price, public sector and finance editor
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Interserve and Morgan Sindall have both won places on a national framework worth £1bn.
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Wrexham council has backed plans to build more than 8,000 homes over the next 10 years as part of the authority’s local development plan.
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The Office of Road and Rail (ORR) has approved Network Rail’s £34.7bn five-year spending plans.
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Engineering specialist C Spencer made a £9.8m pre-tax loss last year after taking a £14.5m hit on a problem project.
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