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The Truth Behind the Increasing Free Food Demands from Food Banks Revealed

The United Kingdom's biggest free food bank provider, the Trussell Trust, had earlier highlighted a heavily growing demand for emergency food last week. Last night, undertaking an investigation some volunteers admitted that many people could actually take free food with no checks. Among those people many of the visitors were actually asylum-seekers.

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Vince Cable Plans to Tackle Rogue Directors

Vince Cable the Business Secretary is going to get tough with the rouge directors and would make sure that 'toughest possible sanctions' are faced by then in case if any wrong doings. These reckless company directors might have to pay compensations to the victims for their enterprises having failed to keep up with the promises they made.

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Purley driver jailed for ten years for killing two cyclists

A 31 year old man has been jailed for a period of ten years for killing two cyclists while he was driving dangerously.

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Activist investor Ader proposes new executive directors for Bwin’s board

Activist investor Jason Ader has proposed for election of four new directors to the online gambling firm Bwin's board, stressing that changes at the top level are tackle continuing fall in the business.

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UK govt. gives permission for nutrient-enriched GM crops trial

The U. K. government has given permission to scientists for growing genetically-modified (GM) plants that would likely help protect humans against the growing danger of heart disease.

The go-ahead, given by the U. K. Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, will now allow scientists to start trialing growing plants that would contain omega-3 fatty acids.

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