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Movie makers let loose, in time for UK election

A cutting-edge 3D movie-making app is allowing would-be political satirists to create lavish clips on their computers in the run-up to the election...

Don’t miss telent at NEMEX 2010

telent will be exhibiting at this year's National Energy Management Exhibition – NEMEX – as part of Sustainabilitylive! 2010 taking place at the NEC, Birmingham, from the 20th to the 22nd of April 2010.

Company makes buildings safer from terrorist attack

A British company has launched a glass framing system that removes one of the most potent weapons in the terrorist arsenal.

Tax to be placed on misuse of English language

The United Kingdom Home Office has proposed a new ‘English Language Tax’ aimed at tourists and foreign workers, with the intention of raising £4.5 billion during the scheme’s first 12 months.

'Mrs Fisher's Tulip' by British actress is published to acclaim

'Mrs Fisher's Tulip' by actresss and new author Melanie Hughes is the story of one summer in the early Sixties in darkest suburbia. A place where things are not always as safe as they seem...

South Wales Chamber of Commerce welcomes Virgin to Swansea

More than 200 call centre jobs in Swansea have been announced by Virgin Atlantic...

London property sales up amid strong demand from Asian buyers

Leading London-based estate agent Fraser & Co. has sold more than 160 new homes from some of the UK’s largest developers in January, thanks to massive interest from Far Eastern buyers...

HCR Ltd acquires Phoenix Relocation Services

HCR Ltd, the UK’s leading independent Relocation Management Company, announced today that they have acquired the trading assets of Phoenix Relocation Services Ltd out of administration.

UTStarcom joins with telent to provide NGN solutions to UK

UTStarcom, Inc. (Nasdaq: UTSI) and telent today each announced a strategic sales and services agreement for the UTStarcom mSwitch® product portfolio in the United Kingdom.

Hospice phone bill down by 80% thanks to Support Telecom

St Luke’s Hospice in Basildon, Essex has seen a 80% saving in its phone bill by working with Support Telecom, a charity partner programme set up by local entrepreneur Mike Allison to reduce charities’ phone bills.

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