Barclays apologises to cardholders

Barclays apologises to cardholders - Barclays bank apologises to its customers after they complained on social media site Twitter about being unable to withdraw cash from cash machines. [BBC Business]

Share of fuel duty 'could fix roads'

Share of fuel duty 'could fix roads' - The government should spend £1bn a year of the money it collects from fuel duty to fix potholes and roads in England and Wales, the body that represents councils says. [BBC Business]

NHS plan 'a recipe for disaster'

NHS plan 'a recipe for disaster' - Cutting back on hospital services in England before community services are geared up to provide care is a "recipe for disaster", MPs say. [BBC Health]

Homemovers 'open to ID theft threat'

Homemovers 'open to ID theft threat' - Many people moving home are putting themselves at risk of ID fraud by failing to tell their financial service providers their new address, according to Royal Mail. [BBC Business]

Mental health cuts 'affect children'

Mental health cuts 'affect children' - Cuts in mental health services for children in England amount to a national crisis with tragic consequences, a leading charity says. [BBC Health]

Bank surprised by rate rise forecasts

Bank surprised by rate rise forecasts - Bank of England policymakers have suggested a rise in interest rates this year is more likely than expected, the minutes of their June meeting have shown. [BBC Business]

Licensed to print money

Licensed to print money - The firm with the licence to print money [BBC Business]

NHS scan and test delays 'worrying'

NHS scan and test delays 'worrying' - Health charities call for urgent action to tackle delays in access to diagnostic tests in England, although NHS England says most patients are investigated promptly. [BBC Health]

Aspirin 'not best to stop strokes'

Aspirin 'not best to stop strokes' - Doctors are being told not to routinely prescribe aspirin for a common heart condition that increases a person's risk of stroke. [BBC Health]

Dog Training Classes High Wycombe Update May 2014

Classes Update May 2014 - Bookings are now being taking for the next indoor dog training classes which will start Tuesday 17th June. Please book early especially for the puppy class as these spaces fill very quickly. If you would like a booking form or more information please email me at admin@estellewingrove.co.uk

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