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Elderly Britons bearing brunt of cuts to social care, report warns

Health : The Guardian: Health

King’s Fund and Nuffield Trust finds widening gap between standards received by rich and poor and says many firms may go bust Elderly people are bearing the brunt of cuts to social care, according to a new report that warns of incre...

25 Percent Of Federal Workers Might Quit If Donald Trump Becomes President

News : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- If Donald Trump becomes president, a considerable chunk of the federal workforce might quit.  Fourteen percent of government workers in a new Government Business Council/GovExec.com survey said they would "definitely" ...

UK's Cameron to write to Saudi government over Briton facing lashes

News : Reuters: World News

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron will write to the Saudi Arabian government to raise the case of an elderly Briton facing 350 lashes after being caught with homemade wine, his spokeswoman said on Tuesday.

Quitting Japan, Top Economist Blames Labor Rules

Business & Finance / Economics : Wall Street Journal Economics Blog

A prominent economic adviser to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is leaving the country to teach in the U.S., saying inflexible labor rules discourage successful older workers from continuing their careers at home.

Most of government 'enterprise tsar' Alan Sugar's immense wealth doesn't come from his technology ventures

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

On Wednesday, David Cameron named Lord Alan Sugar, one of Britain's most famous businessmen, as his new "enterprise tsar" — tasked with encouraging more young people to start businesses and championing the government's apprenticeshi...

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