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Via Adzuna. , southampton
Temporary contract job at a public sector organisation as a Finance Analyst – Management Accountant Your new companyYou will be working for a local government organisation based in Southampton city…
Salary: $salary. Date posted: 24/02/2020

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More UK spending? Higher taxes look inevitable – think-tank

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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s new finance minister Rishi Sunak will have to raise taxes rather than simply tweaking budget rules if he wants to ramp up spending in the first post-Brexit budget next month, the Resolution Foundation think-tank said on Monday.
Sunak is due to announce the tax and spending plans of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government on March 11.
His predecessor Sajid Javid unexpectedly quit less than two weeks ago, prompting speculation that Johnson wants to raise spending by more than budget rules set by Javid allow.
Johnson plans to help voters in struggling regions who backed him in December’s election by spending more on infrastructure, a big shift for his Conservative Party, which for the past 10 years has focused on fixing the public finances.
“But new roads and rail lines are only part of the story,” Resolution Foundation economist Jack Leslie said.
Johnson has also announced the biggest increase in spending on day-to-day public services in 15 years.
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Commercial Finance Analyst – Temporary

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Via Adzuna. , farnborough
My client is seeking a Commercial Finance Analyst to join their team on a 6 month contract. This role is to fulfil a secondment within the team but there is…
Salary: $salary. Date posted: 23/02/2020

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HAYS. , London
Your new company A Bio-technology company that focusses on treatments and the development of drugs for people with diseases and long-term illnesses. They are US based and are building out…
Salary: $salary. Date posted: 22/02/2020

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UK digital bank Monzo plans to hire 500 and relaunch paid accounts

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LONDON (Reuters) – Fast-growing British digital bank Monzo plans to hire up to 500 people and forecasts it will get 5.5 million users this year, as it prepares to have another crack at charging some customers to turn a profit.
The loss-making firm has burned through cash to fuel growth and launch in the United States, but has had no problems raising capital and is valued at over 2 billion pounds.
Launched in 2015, Monzo has attracted 3.8 million customers in Britain with its bright coral card and spend-tracking data.
Some younger customers in particular have become fierce advocates, with the digital bank ranked as the most likely brand in Britain to be recommended to a friend in a YouGov survey in November.
Tom Blomfield, the 34-year-old founder and CEO, told Reuters he expected Monzo to top 2,000 staff this year, up from 1,500.
The bank has run into problems, however, including the abrupt cancellation of a premium paid-for account in September after only a few months. It has also..

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