This is a great example of how neighbourly and ethical business are driving positive change to increase social good. Heineken is investing in charity projects all over the UK - in this case, coming to the aid of flood-hit communities in Tadcaster, helping people who lost everything to rebuild their lives.
The relatively unknown investment fund where Theresa May’s husband Philip works as a senior executive is one of the world’s largest and most powerful financial institutions, controlling $1.4 trillion (£1.5 trillion) in assets. Its portfolio also includes $20 billion of shares in Amazon and Starbucks, both of which were cited by the Prime Minister-designate in her pledge to crack down on tax avoidance yesterday.
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And now on Whalio Four, a hand-crafted collection of "Theresa May" anagrams, for your listening pleasure.
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The Land Registry records the ownership of all land and property in England and Wales.
If private companies get their hands on the Land Registry they’ll have one thing on their minds - profits. This could mean a hike in price for all of us, or a fall in standards because of cost-cutting measures.
The Land Registry is a public service that is self funding and is not a drain on public finance. There's no need to sell it off to the highest bidder...
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