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from Mail Online

Massive Attack member is 'named as shadowy graffiti artist Banksy'

Massachusetts: This art appeared in Boston when the band headed to the city

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Pictures of the day: 30 January 2009

A demonstrator wears a mask representing France's President Nicolas Sarkozy and holds a sign which reads 'Get lost poor idiot' during a protest by public and private sector workers in Paris

A key factor in creating a dynamic market for secondary raw materials is sufficient demand, driven by the use of recycled materials in products and infrastructure. For certain raw materials (e.g. paper or metal), demand is already high; for others, it is still developing. The role of the private sector in creating demand and helping to shape supply chains will be essential; a number of industrial and economic actors have already given public commitment to ensuring a certain level of recycled…

from BBC News

Bosses more cautious on jobs after Brexit, survey finds

Bosses more cautious on jobs after Brexit, survey finds - BBC News

from the Guardian

Liberia turns to the private sector in controversial overhaul of failing schools

Liberia hopes that by bringing private companies into its education system it…

from BBC News

Holyrood committee calls for single market focus in Brexit talks

Holyrood's Europe committee publishes a report calling for single market access…

'In an effort to address an estimated US $200-300 billion annual funding gap in conservation, civil society organisations, private and public sector financial institutions and academia joined forces today to launch the Coalition for Private Investment in Conservation during the IUCN World Conservation Congress taking place in Hawaiʻi. The Coalition’s goal is to help preserve the world’s most important ecosystems. The Coalition’s goal is to help preserve the world’s most important ecosystems'