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High gas prices hasten UK energy crunch
Centrica, the owner of British Gas, recently proposed closing two of its CCGT plants. Volcker Beckers, chief executive of RWE Npower, said the energy market needs regulatory reform but cautioned: “Both customers and investors need far greater clarity.
Why internships and placements are a popular route to employment
This is borne out by evidence from companies such as Centrica whose 10-week summer internship scheme for predominantly penultimate year students has grown from 11 places in 2006 to 75 in 2010.
British Gas to axe 300 staff and move work abroad
... a lot is already outsourced to India. British Gas said: “If we are going to remain competitive, we need to reduce our costs.
BUDGET 2012: Crackdown on IR35 'one-man companies' that slash tax rate from 50 ...
He was then paid through the recruitment firm Penna plc which placed him with the Student Loans Company. The �900 daily fee for his work went to a private company he owns - rather than to him personally.
Cameron completes first solo dive to earth's deepest point
Titanic film director James Cameron has completed the world's first solo dive to the deepest known point on earth. The filmmaker arrived at the site known as "Challenger Deep" at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench in a specially designed ...
Reunited with her parents: Orphaned toddler Angel flung 300ft by tornado loses ...
But little Angel Babcock lost her fight for life yesterday - the latest and youngest victim of the tornados that have ravaged southern and Midwest America.
Power to the people: EDF 'fined' record �4.5m over energy misselling
The French-owned energy giant was caught giving dodgy information over the phone and door-to-door as it tried to sign customers. The penalty from watchdog Ofgem followed a trawl through EDF's records.
Christopher Swain's daughters sue solicitors over �1m inheritance tax
He left behind an estate which included his �1.5million home, near King's Lynn, Norfolk, and about �5million he reaped from the buyout of his business, Swains International Plc. Now Abby, Christa and Gemma Swain, with Claire Swain Mason, are suing the ...
Tesco's foray into high fashion ends in disaster as �120 dresses sell for �20
Tesco stores have large stocks of the F&F Couture range left over and prices have been dropped dramatically online as even store chiefs admitted it has been a flop.
Man convicted of manslaughter
A man has been sentenced to eight years in prison after being found guilty of manslaughter. Mark Haylock, 50, stabbed 29-year-old Nicholas Ormerod in a flat along Sea Road in Boscombe in Dorset on April 7 last year.