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Latest update : 2013-12-09

Working here, paying there: EU to tackle 'posted workers'

European Union labour ministers are to tackle the thorny issue of "posted workers" in a meeting this Monday. Under current EU rules, workers posted abroad from another member state are not obliged to pay social security costs in that country. It’s a situation that affects some 1.2 million people. We also look at the generous citizens who have donated to the UK’s national debt.

By Stephen CARROLL

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2015-04-01 Dairy

Milk shake-up: Protests as EU ends dairy quotas

Europe’s dairy industry is being shaken up, as the EU ends a three-decade-old cap on milk production. But not all farmers have welcomed the move. Greece and its creditors are...

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2015-03-31 music

Banding together against music streaming giants

Some of the music world’s biggest stars are launching their own streaming platform, which they hope will change the industry. Jay-Z, Beyonce, Madonna, and Daft Punk are among the...

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2015-03-30 Greece

Germanwings crash: compensation claims could skyrocket for Lufthansa

Greece prepares to submit a definitive list of refom proposals to its creditors this week. A week after the Germanwings crash we find out how much parent company Lufthansa is...

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2015-03-27 Yemen

Oil prices fall after supply fears subside

Oil prices spiked on Thursday in response to Saudi Arabia conducting air strikes in Yemen. Fears over supply shortages have since subsided. Also, we update you on how oil prices...

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2015-03-26 mergers & acquisitions

A food goliath in the making

Two of America’s best-known food giants are joining forces to create a new conglomerate, expected to rake in $28bn in annual revenues. Meanwhile, Greece raises hopes that a...

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