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IPSA Group To Sell Blazeway Engineering To Sloan Corp
LONDON (Alliance News) - IPSA Group PLC said Thursday it has agreed to sell Blazeway Engineering Ltd to Sloane Corp Ltd for GBP1.9 million.
IPSA Group Says Chief Executive Phil Metcalf Died Tuesday
LONDON (Alliance News) - IPSA Group PLC on Thursday said Chief Executive Phil Metcalf died suddenly on Tuesday. Peter Earl, a non-executive director, has taken up the role of acting chief executive in the interim.
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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 Says Federal Court Of Malaysia Rules In Its Favour In Iris Appeal
LONDON (Alliance News) - Power plant developer IPSA Group PLC on Thursday said the Federal Court of Malaysia has ruled in its favour over the appeal made by Iris Ecopower Sdn Bhd, bringing a close to any further attempts by Iris to seek jurisdiction in ...
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.
IPSA has a chunk of its Ethos loan repaid
South African electricity group IPSA Group (LON:IPSA) has had €340,000 off of a loan from Ethos Energy Italia repaid, reducing the balance to €1.5mln.
8 : 20 am 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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Most Tory MPs back NHS pay rise, new poll shows
The 9% pay rise is recommended by IPSA which is totally independent of the government and created with the intent that MPs wouldn't get to decide their own pay.
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We can't trust MPs to scrutinise themselves
In a report published in September into the conduct of two of Parliament's most distinguished members, Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Jack Straw, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, Kathryn Hudson, was highly critical.
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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