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Manufacturers urge Britain to hold speedy EU referendum in 2016
LONDON May 26 Britain must "get on with it" and hold its planned referendum on whether to leave the European Union no later than next year to avoid a long period of damaging uncertainty, the country's leading manufacturing association said.
North East firms call for EU referendum before autumn 2016 to avoid damaging ...  
Manufacturers organisation EEF asks for EU referendum as soon as possible to ...  
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The head of the European rescue fund has warned that there is “little time left” for Greece to agree a deal with its creditors.
Time Warner Cable Inc (TWC.N) is nearing an agreement to be acquired by smaller peer Charter Communications Inc (CHTR.O) for about $55 billion, combining the second and third largest U.S.
A British lawmaker has called for a new look into the Bank of England's role in a foreign exchange scandal, saying the original investigation it commissioned was too narrow in focus.
The South West is one of the most expensive places for people to buy a house, with Salcombe in Devon, where many Bath residents have second homes, coming out on top as the most expensive place to buy a house with average prices of nearly �700,000.
The month of May should see a significant boost for Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs, with news Amazon is now paying its sales taxes directly into the UK's coffers.

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