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Cleaner who stole from widow jailed

Published on 14/09/2011
A cleaner has been jailed for 16 months after stealing nearly £12,000 from an elderly widow.

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BCC highlights litter problem

Published on 14/09/2011
The British Cleaning Council called on the public to take more responsibility for their rubbish after a Keep Britain Tidy experiment left London’s Hyde Park covered in litter.

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Are you concentrating?

Published on 9/08/2011
Diversey's new, interactive website helps users choose the right product for their cleaning task

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Food for thought

Published on 9/08/2011
Food Standards Agency give us their top tips and legal advice when it comes to food hygiene.

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Past, present and future...

Published on 9/08/2011

Tomorrow's Cleaning is two years-old this month! Let's take a trip down memory lane...

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Appy customers

Published on 9/08/2011
The new Bestroom mobile app that puts users, owners and service providers back in touch.

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HMRC offers firms online Olympics advice

Published on 14/07/2011
Small and medium-sized companies hoping to win Olympics contracts are invited to take advantage of an HMRC online advice seminar this month.

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Cleaning up the economy

Published on 8/07/2011

Tomorrow’s Cleaning presents to you the first in a new series of articles by the BCC, that place the cleaning industry within the wider context of economics and politics. First up, we look at speeches given by two of Britain’s leading politicians, detailing their views about how to tackle Britain’s economic plight.

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The conference with a difference

Published on 8/07/2011

Tomorrow’s Cleaning Editor, Charlotte Taylor, reports from the BICSc ‘Green and Keen Cleaning Workforces - setting new environmental and training standards in the cleaning industry.’

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Four Devon hospitals hit by norovirus

Published on 8/07/2011

Torbay Hospital, as well as Paignton and Dawlish Community Hospitals, were affected last month, along with one ward at Newton Abbot Community Hospital, which was closed to new admissions.

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