National Framework for Major Works 2020

National Framework for Major Works 2020 Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust are looking to establish a framework of contractors for major works contracts within the UK.
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Ukip supporter questioned over alleged election fraud

Police investigate complaint against individual in Blyth, Northumberland, as party distances itself from allegationsPolice are investigating allegations of postal election fraud against a Ukip supporter in Northumberland.The Guardian understands that a complaint was made to police in relation to a Ukip canvasser on the Cowpen council estate in Blyth.A 30-year-old man was interviewed by detectives […]
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Letters: Mineral wealth belongs to all of us

Simon Jenkins’ article (We can count hard cash, but we can’t quantify beauty, 1 February) unhappily coincided with your article describing plans for “the biggest British mine for a generation” sited in the North York Moors national park (Potash mine under national park will make Yorkshire farmers millionaires, 1 February). On the promise of a bonanza […]
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Miners’ strike: ‘All I want is for someone to say: I’m sorry.’

The tumult of the 1984 dispute may be retreating in the memory, but for those arrested and charged, the events of that angry summer have been life-changing. Now a campaign seeks a review of what it claims is wide-scale malfeasance by the policeA truncheon is clearly visible in the picture, poised above a figure wedged […]
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Letters: The Tory party is for everyone? Well, they can count me out

I am not a millionaire. I am not a tax avoider. I am not a banker. I work (proudly) in the public sector. I do not hate immigrants. I recognise that most people are poor because of obscenely low wages and a chronic lack of jobs, not because they are lazy or “scroungers”. I believe […]
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‘Pasty tax’ is the last thing people need

As people queue up to give their pasty reminiscences, from David Cameron to the Duchess of Northumberland, the chief executive of Greggs bakery, Ken McMeikan, makes his case in the Guardian NorthernerAt a time when people’s pockets are being squeezed and families’ budgets are under increasing pressure from rises in everyday costs such as fuel, […]
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