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Tories no longer seen as low-tax party after Philip Hammond’s Budget raid – exclusive Telegraph poll

   Budget giveaway: Philip Hammond’s National Insurance rises have provoked a furious reaction in the Tory grassroots     The Conservatives are no longer seen as a party of low taxation following Philip Hammond’s tax raid on the self-employed, a new poll for The Telegraph shows. Just one in four …

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Judge rules that Syrian refugee can enter US in first defiance of Donald Trump’s new travel ban

                      President Donald Trump signed a revised executive order for a travel ban on March 6 Donald Trump’s revised travel ban is causing turmoil in the courts once again, as one US judge granted asylum to a Syrian refugee’s family, while another declined to rule on the latest version. …

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Giant statues of Egyptian Pharaoh found in mud pit (photos)

Archaeologists have discovered two statues of Egyptian Pharaoh dating back more than 3,000 years in a Cairo muddy pit, Egypt’s antiquities ministry announced on Thursday. According to the Ministry, the relics were found in Mattarya district, site of the ancient Pharaonic capital of Heliopolis and today a sprawl of working …

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Nigeria, Japan, others seek closer ties to improve trade in Africa

Following the need to develop Nigerian economy and other African countries, the Federal Government has indicated interest in improving its trade relationship with Japan even as the later has agreed to commit $30 billion for African development under the Asian Tiger’s sustainable development. Based on this, the Federal Government has …

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Buhari’s return, best gift for Nigerians so far – Masari

PRESIDENT BUHARI RETURNS . President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Zamfara governor, Abdulaziz Yari, Kano Gov and Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello and Chief of Staff, Mallam Abba Kyari during a brief meeting with Service Chiefs and Ministers on arrival at the Presidential Villa in Abuja. Governor Masari stated …

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