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Scotland is launching a programme that will give special government support to companies that promise to pay a “living wage”Mure Dickie in Edinburgh
Scotland’s first minister has promised to make improving the country’s education system an SNP priority, amid growingMure Dickie
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David Cameron will push ahead with plans to extend a subsidised house-buying scheme to 1.3m housing association tenants,Jim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent
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