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Travel news latest: Up to 90 per cent of UK summer holiday options sold out...
Netflix India slate: Madhuri Dixit, Raveena Tandon-starrer shows, seasons 2 of 'She', 'Delhi Crime'...
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Salzgeber Acquires International Rights for Swiss Gay Drama ‘Beyto’ (EXCLUSIVE)...
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Berlin-based Salzgeber has picked up international rights to Gitta Gsell’s award-winning Swiss drama “Beyto,” about a young man who is forced into an arranged marriage after coming out to his Turkish family. Produced by Bern’s Lomotion in co-production with Peter Zwierko’s Sulaco Film in Basel, “Beyto” premiered last year at the Zurich Film Festival and […]......
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Cabinet approves MoU with France on renewable energy cooperation...
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The Union Cabinet on Wednesday gave ex-post facto approval to the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and France on renewabl......
‘This is not a race’: Queensland defends slow COVID-19 vaccine rollout...
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Only 22 per cent of doses were used during the first week of the injection campaign.......
Nicola Sturgeon gives evidence to Alex Salmond inquiry amid calls to resign - live updates...
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Scotland’s first minister is appearing before MSPs, amid multiple allegations that she broke the ministerial code 9.34am GMT Margaret Mitchell continues. Openness, transparency and accountability are essential but the deputy first minister has refused to release details of the government’s legal costs for the judicial review. He also refused to reveal the legal advice until last night. Mitchell says some information crucial to the inquiry has still not been received. Is that acceptable?Sturgeon does not accept that characterisation. She repeats that the government has handed over “substantial” amounts of information. She says not all material is within the control of the government. There is no intention on the part of the government to withhold relevant material from this committee. 9.27am GMT Margaret Mitchell says that when the inquiry was announced in January 2019 Sturgeon said the government would provide any material requested. Why didn’t that happen?Sturgeon says she considers that did happen. “Copious amounts of information”, have been made available. The main issue of difference between the committee and the government is legal advice and there is a longstanding convention that governments do not release legal advice, the first minister says. Continue reading.........
Markets rise ahead of UK budget despite China services slowdown – business live...
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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news FTSE 100 jumps 1% ahead of BudgetMarkets boosted by stimulus hopesBut China’s services companies see slower growth 9.33am GMT Covid-19 lockdowns are dragging the eurozone into a double-dip recession, according to the latest survey of European companies.Eurozone service sector firms have reported another fall in activity, with new orders continuing to drop last month.“A fourth successive monthly drop in business activity puts the eurozone economy on course for a double-dip recession, though an easing in the rate of decline underscores how the latest downturn appears far less severe than the initial hit from the pandemic last year.While many hospitality-based companies in the service sector continue to struggle due to COVID-19 related restrictions, manufacturing is faring well and alleviating the overall economic impact of lockdown measures.Eurozone PMI data pointed to a further decline in private sector activity during February. Service sector weakness more than offset strong manufacturing growth. Germany and Italy were the only two covered countries to see an increase in output. Read more: https://t.co/CXmGS09Z58 pic.twitter.com/pQfJ5SZfDX 9.18am GMT Robert Alster, CIO at wealth manager Close Brothers Asset Management, says Rishi Sunak must ‘tread carefully’ as he considers tax changes:“We’re not expecting too many surprises when the Chancellor takes to his feet to deliver one of the most widely leaked budgets in history. The key focus will clearly be continued support for the economy, as we navigate our way out of lockdown. Businesses will be listening closely for the approach to business rates and VAT cuts in the coming months. “The question is how Rishi Sunak will balance the need for short term support while addressing the long term problem of the deficit. In recent weeks, speculation about tax rises has been rife. Specifically, a reform of capital gains tax, increasing corporation tax and potential ‘stealth’ taxes in the form of income tax band freezes.Can't wait to find out what's going to be in #Budget2021!(Aside from £5 billion restart grant scheme, £400M budget boost for culture and arts, £300m sports recovery package, £150m Community Ownership Fund, £520m ‘Help to Grow’ for SMEs, Thalidomide survivor funding......£10m for veterans' mental health, £1.65 billion for COVID vaccine rollout, sovereign green savings bond, Lord Hill report on reforms to London stock market listings per Sky News, Immigration reforms - fast-track visas for certain sectors, £5 billion restart grant scheme......£375 million ‘Future Fund: Breakthrough', £12 billion capital & £10 billion of guarantees for UK infrastructure investment bank, £100 million crackdown on COVID fraudsters, new mortgage guarantee scheme, £15 billion extension to furlough, other support schemes......income tax freezing of £12,500 / £50,000 thresholds, corporation tax increase plan, 3-month extension to Stamp Duty Holiday, SEISS grants of up to £7.5k)Apart from those things, should be a total surprise! Continue reading.........