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Some 57 per cent of people want more bus lanes and less car spaces in town centres, says a Mori poll of 1,725 people in England.Some 26 per cent of car users would use better bus services and 40 per cent felt park-'n'-ride schemes were the best trafficeasing method.

One in 10 workers aims to skive off work to watch the World Cup this summer.Yet Deloitte & Touche also found human-resource directors did not expect staff to take 'sickies'and had no formal policy on watching games.

Salaries growth for both permanent and temporary workers is at its highest level for eight months, according to a new survey. Research published by pay specialists the Recruitment and Employment Confederation and NTC Research predicted that the government's expansion of the public sector would push wages higher in the coming months.

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