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Rurelec FY loss narrows; CEO Peter Earl to Step Down
When contracted, this will allow the Group to settle the deferred payment to IPSA Group PLC and repay other outstanding obligations.
Independent power producers: why they aren't helping Eskom
I was head of IPSA Group's PLC operations in South Africa and we built the plant at the Carbochem complex and in fact, took it through to commissioning and full licensing.
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 ...
After the duck house … where MPs' expenses went next
An anonymous survey of MPs that Ipsa conducted in 2014 revealed some remarkable attitudes from a Parliament that is meant to have moved on from the expenses scandal.
SMALL CAP MOVERS: Portable hotel group Snoozebox soar on London borough deal
South American power firm Rurelec was another big riser, up 40 per cent, as it sold a controlling stake in the Canchayllo hydroelectric plant in Peru and agreed to repay debt, and make an outstanding �3.2million payment to IPSA for last year's turbine ...
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.
Simon Danczuk: A turbulent year in the life of a disgraced MP
The payment was received by the Labour MP from the Murdoch owned News Group Newspapers, publisher of the Tory supporting newspaper, The Sun.
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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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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Updated SEC Guidance Addresses Conflict Minerals Audits
The IPSA must be in accordance with the Government Accountability Office's Government Auditing Standards. Auditors are permitted to use either provisions for attestation engagements or performance audits.
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