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Ask Real Estate named as developer on Macclesfield town centre scheme
Ask Real Estate will spearhead the revitalisation of Macclesfield town centre after agreeing to buy the Churchill Way car park.
Ask Real Estate named as Macclesfield town centre developer  Construction Enquirer
Ask the experts: must a US citizen pay tax on a London house sale?
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ASK THE DOCTOR: Do I REALLY need to have chemotherapy?
In September, I had a successful keyhole operation for the removal of a tumour in my colon. I am having trouble making up my mind about having chemotherapy (a type called 5FU).
Ask the over sixties: do you ever get over your first love?
This week's episode of 'Ask the over sixties' poses the question: 'do you ever get over your first love?' In the video above our interviewees share their thoughts on getting over your first love.
How to ask your staff what they really think
To encourage your colleagues to speak up, you would be much better off “asking your people on their turf, in as informal a manner as possible”, says James Detert of Cornell University, co-author of the research.
On Safer Internet Day, adults ask teens for help
The Internet can be a perilous place for teens, especially when they run into bullies. You don't have to look far for examples.
The worst interview questions Wall Street hiring managers ask
Financial services firms' hiring managers aren't perfect. Even the ones with the most experience conducting interviews will occasionally ask a question that is just plain bad, whether it be deceptive, confusing, irrelevant, blas�, scripted, rude or ...
British regulators yet to ask banks to assess Brexit impact
Regulators have yet to ask banks to assess the impact of a British exit from the European Union, despite the enormous upheaval it would cause.
World NewsObama to ask Congress for $1.8bn for Zika measures
The White House said in a statement that it will ask Congress for $1.8bn to “enhance … ongoing efforts to prepare for and respond to Zika virus, both domestically and internationally,” reports Adam Samson in New York.
President Obama will ask Congress for $1.8 billion to fight the Zika virus  The Verge
Barack Obama to ask US Congress for $1.8 billion to tackle Zika crisis  Times of India
Voters have to ask Donald Tusk some hard questions before they accept his EU ...
Voters have to ask Donald Tusk some hard questions before they accept his EU 'deal'. The arguments for and against Brexit are balanced on a knife-point.