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DivineDonuts celebrates sell-out day in Hereford – Hereford Times

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Legal & General signs construction deal with nine contractors – Construction Enquirer

Southern construction partners chosen by Inspired Villages – more regions now up for grabs

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And contractors are now being invited to bid for places on frameworks across the country.
Inspired Villages currently has six villages in operation, three of which have construction of further residential phases ongoing.
The companys seventh and eighth villages are also under construction, with works expected to commence on four further villages this year.
Appointment of the South East Partner Group of construction partners follows a comprehensive selection process that saw more than 40 regional…

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Extinction Rebellion activists block entrances to Ineos refinery – BBC News

The Extinction Rebellion protesters accuse the petrochemical manufacturer of being Scotland’s biggest climate change polluter.

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Climate change activists are staging a protest outside the Grangemouth oil refinery.
Demonstrators from Extinction Rebellion are attempting to prevent access to the Ineos plant and have blocked two roads with boats. The group said protesters had also locked themselves together.
The group has accused the petrochemical manufacturer of being Scotland’s biggest climate change polluter.
Ineos has been approached by BBC Scotland for comment.
Protesters are also demonstrating…

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Barclays recovers as bad debt charges fall – Financial Times

Surging trading revenues offset economic shock from coronavirus

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Barclays reported a big drop in its provisions for bad loans in the third quarter as the initial economic shock from coronavirus subsided, while revenue at its trading arm continued to surge in turbulent markets.
The bank took £608m of credit impairment charges in the quarter. Although that was higher than the same period last year, it was well below the £3.7bn set aside in the first half of 2020 and less than the £1bn that analysts had forecast.
Barclays shares rose more than 4 per cent after…

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