Van Elle, a geotechnical engineering contractor carried out regular work for Carillion as a specialist lead sub-contractor on rail improvement and maintenance work for Network Rail. The company has warned that if it cannot recover any costs owed there will be ‘adverse financial impact’ on the group. The group successfully undertook several contracts for Carillion during December and has applied but has not yet received payment of approximately £1.6 million.
Rachel Lucas, a Sutton mum and former art teacher has lost her fight to lung cancer. Her 'devastated' family said she "fought till the end". She was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer in March last year and sort out private treatment abroad, as she was considered "untreatable" by the NHS. Rachel passed away on Thursday, January 18, aged 44, at John Eastwood Hospice surrounded by her parents, sister, niece and three friends. She left behind her sons, George, nine, and seven-year-old Milo.
Published: 10:19 Thursday 18 January 2018
It has been revealed that the Mansfield MP said 'police brutality should be encouraged.' Ben Bradley who was appointed vice-chairman of the Conservative Party last week, wrote a blog post after the London riots in 2011.
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Selecting a term
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