Cost of charter flight deportations increased eight-fold over last decade

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Soundings: The Consultation Industry in the Elephant & Castle

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The Workfare Before Christmas

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November 6, 2012 : Britain’s biggest care home owners have debts of more than £4.5bn

 [responsivevoice_button] Britain’s biggest private care home owners have combined debts of

Tar sands ‘dirty oil’ could soon be coming to the UK

[responsivevoice_button] A new report published by the UK Tar Sands Network,

Transforming Pathology, the Serco way

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Where now for international resistance to the corporate Olympics?

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Vince Cable: Minister for Shell

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King’s Cross Central: ‘a crude exercise in social engineering’

[responsivevoice_button] King’s Cross Central, one of Europe’s biggest inner city regeneration

Monitoring G4S and the new asylum housing landlords

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Barnardo’s recruiting new PR officer to counter bad publicity

[responsivevoice_button] It seems Barnardo’s is starting to feel the heat caused

Using Benefits to Blackmail

[responsivevoice_button] Gillian Wilkes, from the West Midlands, was recently made redundant

Corporate Olympics: Introduction

[responsivevoice_button] Now that the Olympics and Paralympics and all the associated

Preparing London for the Corporate Games: the Docklands Planning Model

[responsivevoice_button] Ian Blunt explains how legislation and ‘democratic’ processes were adapted

Bread and circuses: the shady business of the International Olympic Committee

[responsivevoice_button] Ian Blunt and Beth Lawrence outline some key events in