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cause to move forward

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Message Ms Smith says that if the SNP Government don't "act urgently to bring forward legislation guaranteeing the Right to Food, then Labour will"
In Greece stocks fell by 12.8% to post their largest single-session decline since November 1987, according to the Athens Stock Exchange, with the government saying on Monday that it would bring forward a presidential vote by two months, which heightened uncertainty about the country's transition out of its bailout.
Lib Dem Berwick candidate Julie Porksen said: "Officials have told me that they hope a decision will be made in time for the Autumn Statement but we are asking them to bring forward the decision on these stretches so work can get under way.
THE Government is set to bring forward proposals aiming to implement more restrictions and punishments for so-called "dodgy directors".
But the Welsh Government has agreed a PS2m loan to bring forward the development, and Vale council leaders have now sanctioned a two-way loan agreement with Welsh Government and the Barry Waterfront Consortium to avoid any delays to the final stages of negotiations.
PRIME Minister David Cameron has insisted that the HS2 high speed rail line needs to be built in stages after coming under pressure to bring forward the construction of routes to the north of England and Scotland.
Companies and self employed individuals are restricted to and can now only bring forward tax losses of the last five years, effective from the tax year starting 1st January 2012.
THE Welsh Government is to give PS500,000 to farming charities and bring forward payments to help Welsh farmers who suffered severe livestock losses during heavy snow and cold weather.
The lack of a sales tax increase in Japan could bring forward "the day of reckoning" in the Japanese government bond (JGB) market and cause investors to demand higher premiums, Tom Byrne, a senior vice president of Moody's Investors Service, said on Wednesday.
Summary: The European Union is expected to bring forward a meeting of foreign ministers due to decide on an oil embargo on Iran by one week to January 23, EU diplomats said on Monday.
Summary: The EU is likely to bring forward a meeting of foreign minsters to discuss a potential embargo of Iranian oil from Jan 30 to Jan 23.
"After further reviewing our forthcoming A380 deliveries and expected demand, we have decided to bring forward its deployment to Munich by more than a month, which is excellent news for one of our most important markets." EK 49 departs Dubai at 0910 hrs and gets into Munich at 1245 hrs.
THE Home Office should have acted sooner to bring forward emergency legislation to reverse a controversial legal ruling which overturns 25 years of police practice, Labour said yesterday.
"Elsewhere in this publication, we ex-x plain how we will also bring forward a network of sustainable urban neighbourhoods (SUNs) to ensure that communities outside the city core remain economically strong.
"In order to bring forward the start of roll-out and help deliver early benefits, we are proposing a staged approach to implementation under which suppliers will start to install smart meters that meet the minimum requirements defined in common technical specifications ahead of a central data and communications entity being established."