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Palines said that this pay-out is still from the 3rd quarter of 2017 up to the 1st quarter of 2018 or nine months.
The council is too secretive BIRMINGHAM City Council refusing to reveal details of which schools were involved in the huge extraordinary pay-outs for accidents and incidents hardly falls in line with Sir Albert Bores 'openness and transparency' administration (Mail, April 7).
Dividend pay-outs during the three months to the end of March were 10.3%, or pounds 1.4bn, higher than during the same period of 2010, the fastest quarterly growth rate since the third quarter of 2008, according to Capita Registers.
Bookmakers reduce forecast and tricast pay-outs on adjacent traps, such as 1&2, which are popular with punters.
For 15-year policies, Wesleyan's pounds 13,938 pay-out, down from pounds 14,288 last time, give it sixth place.
BANKS nearly doubled compensation pay-outs to small firms last month over claims that they were mis-sold complex financial products known as interest rate swaps.
Lex chief executive Andy Harrison said the full members - including racing driver Damon Hill, actor Richard Wilson and designer Paul Smith - would receive the cash pay-outs if the deal was approved in a vote.
Mr Urmston said it had cut this year's pay-out after achieving a formidable 18 per cent investment return last year.
Despite the slide in revenues, company founder and deputy chairman Simon Nixon will receive pounds 35.2m in dividend pay-outs. Mr Nixon owns 52% of the business.
But given the choice was between some money now or the vague possibility of a pay-out in several years time that's hardly surprising.
Hundreds of former shipyard workers stricken by an asbestos-related illness face a new fight in their campaign to win pay-outs.
But the pay-out on a pounds 30-a-month ten-year endowment with the mutually-owned Birmingham life company is trimmed to pounds 6,213 from pounds 6,246 last year - although it is still the best so far for a ten-year policy.
Leeds City Council reduced its pay-out bill from pounds 1.63m in 2008 for highway maintenance to pounds 408,848 by 2009.
General Secretary Paul Kenny said: "The fact that they each only pay 10% tax on this pounds 50m pay-out shows how the Government have failed completely to deal with the abuse of the financial and tax systems by the private equity elite and shows that the system is rotten to its core."