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iNewsUniversity of Surrey spends £1600 of public money relocating chancellor's dog from AustraliaiNewsA university has come under fire for spending more than £1,600 of public money relocating its new chancellor's dog from Australia to the UK. An investigation found that the University of Surrey spent the small fortune transporting Professor Max Lu's ...University 'spent £1600 on bringing new boss's dog to Britain'Jersey Evening Postall 6 news articles »
City A.M.Withdrawal of Bank of England's Term Funding Scheme cheap money punchbowl to raise mortgage borrowing costsCity A.M.The Bank of England will this week close a bank funding programme which has kept lending rates artificially low, in a move some economists see as the equivalent of an interest rate hike which will push up mortgage costs. The Term Funding Scheme (TFS ...
Express.co.ukTime is tight if you want to beat the taxmanExpress.co.ukNathan Long, senior pension analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said March is the most popular month for people to claim valuable tax relief on pension lump sum contributions. You can claim relief at either 20, 40 or 45 per cent, depending on your tax ...
AOL UKUniversity 'spent £1600 on bringing new boss's dog to Britain'AOL UKA university spent more than £1,600 of public money on transporting its new vice chancellor's dog from Australia to the UK, an investigation has found. The University of Surrey paid the money as part of £15,000 relocation allowances to Professor Max Lu ...and more »
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