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IPSA Group hires Phil Metcalf as a new director
The newly appointed director is an experienced chartered engineer and he is also a director of Independent Power Corp - an associated firm that is run by IPSA chairman Peter Earl. Metcalf has with more than 30 years experience, he has been involved in ...
IPSA losses narrow
Chairman Richard Linnell said: "These are the last interims for IPSA Group PLC which include the operations of Newcastle Cogeneration (Pty) Limited ("NewCogen") which were sold in February 2016.
IPSA strikes agreement with Rurelec over turbines sale
IPSA chairman Richard Linnell said: "Reaching an agreement to sell the Turbines allows IPSA to progress its business in southern Africa once released from its significant burden of debt.
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IPSA reports reduced output from Newcogen after turbine failure
Power station developer IPSA (LON:IPSA) has reported 5Mw of reduced output from the Newcogen plant in owns in Southern Africa due to mechanical failure in a turbine.
SNP MP under formal investigation over expenses claims
Phil Boswell: SNP MP under investigation by Ipsa (file pic). Phil Boswell. SNP MP Phil Boswell is being investigated for the second time by the parliamentary watchdog, this time over expenses.
Scots MP pays �900 hotel bills after expenses claims rejected
Mr MacNeil said he had attempted to contact Ipsa and claimed he would not have been allowed to stay in his London flat under expenses rules.
SNP MPs' credit cards blocked over unpaid expenses
SNP Westminster group leader Angus Robertson was among 13 MPs who had their credit cards blocked over unpaid expenses. Mr Robertson, the party's deputy leader Stewart Hosie, Angela Crawley, Pete Wishart and Angus McNeil were subject to action by ...
My local MP was ousted in the general election. Will he receive a bumper ...
IPSA has been working to come up with a package that feels less ludicriously out of touch with the rest of the working population.
An independent body must monitor MPs
Gordon Brown, in the wake of the scandal, set up the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA), as a separate body outside the House of Commons to control the pay and expenses of MPs.
Have MPs learnt a thing since 2009? Their greed suggests not
The central problem concerns the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa), the body set up to monitor MPs' expenses after the scandal broke.
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