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A new survey carried out for the Daily Telegraph has found that 67 per cent of UK voters believe the Labour government's record spending on police, education and health will result in 'no discernible improvement' in public services.

Benoy's BullRing and Future Systems'Selfridges in Birmingham city centre are aiming to take advantage of the city's booming office population.Second only to London, the city has 100,000 professional and financial workers, with an annual turnover of £2.5 billion.

Some 46 per cent of health and safety managers contacted for a survey by building damage specialist Cameron Durley Consulting have postponed carrying out an asbestos audit, which became compulsory for large firms in 2002's Control of Asbestos Regulations.

The percentage of women in Britain's construction industry has fallen to 9 per cent from an all-time high of 9.9 per cent in 2002, according to lobby group Women in Construction.

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