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Parliament delivers more heat and less light
David Price, public sector and finance editor
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Next week marks Blue Monday, the name given to the third Monday in January which has come to be known as the ‘most depressing day of the year’.
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Carey Group has reported a pre-tax margin of 3.7 per cent in its latest full-year results as turnover fell by £40m.
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Two private rented sector projects that will deliver a total of 425 homes have won planning permission from local authorities in Belfast and Sheffield.
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The City of London has taken a stake in Lendlease’s £300m Mitsubishi Tower to resolve right-to-light issues.
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The mayor of London has said the proposed Rotherhithe Bridge could open as soon as 2024 if “ambitious” targets are met.
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