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Lees of Scotland and Tunnock's win Snowball tax appeal
Two Lanarkshire-based confectionery firms are set to receive a windfall tax rebate after judges ruled Snowball snacks were technically cakes.
Judges use Great British Bake Off-style test to rule on �2.8m Snowball case  Telegraph.co.uk
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Lees Foods Ltd reports 21.5% rise in annual sales
The company, which owns confectioner Lees of Scotland famous for its Teacakes and Snowballs, and The Waverley Bakery, which makes wafers sold under the Carousel brand, said pre-tax profits rose to more than 16 per cent to �1.4 million (2012: �1.2 ...
If Scotland Votes for Independence, Will David Cameron Resign?
Today, his successor David Cameron faces one of the biggest events of the history of his country -- the possible disintegration of the British union, as the chances of a Scottish vote in favor of independence in 10 days rise dramatically. As polls ...
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Nicola Sturgeon is one of many women shaping Scotland's future
The front page splash of this morning's Scottish Sun - �First Mini Stur: Nicola's baby hopes revealed� - was a timely reminder for Scotswomen everywhere that, regardless of the political heights they scale, their reproductive organs remain the most ...
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The top 10 modernisers in literature
The House of the Future, designed by Alison and Peter Smithson, at the 1956 Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition in London. Photograph: Daily Mail/Rex Features.
For too long, cities have paid little notice to global issues. Climate change ...
Mature cities can adapt and new cities can design themselves to be climate resilient from the start. Alongside unavoidable expenditure come potentially lucrative benefits for innovative businesses providing solutions - and the prize is a big one.
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Row over EU marine protection fund tasked with lobbying for oil drilling
Speaking on the fringes of a cross-party scientific conference at the European parliament, Professor Orjan Gustaffson of Stockholm's Bert Bolin Climate Centre warned that encouraging any further oil and gas extraction would use up the limited ...
97% of companies fail to provide data on key sustainability indicators
The slowing down of disclosure is illustrated by the fact that while the number of large listed companies disclosing their energy use increased by 88% from 2008 to 2012, there was only a 5% rise from 2011 to 2012. A similar reporting slowdown is ...
The Guardian view on the Scottish referendum: a big moment that demands a ...
In April 1865, when General Grant met General Lee at Appomattox to bring the American civil war to an end, the Union commander told his Confederate counterpart that he wanted Lee's men to keep their horses, because they would need them for the spring ...
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August was hottest on record worldwide, says Nasa
A girl runs at a park in Tehran, Iran, during a heatwave. August 2014 was the hottest on record, globally. Photograph: Ahmad Halabisaz/Xinhua Press/Corbis.