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The lobby group said Mugenda is accused of wasting public resources.
Bully-Banks' founder Jeremy Roe revealed how the lack of redress and deluge of problems arising from the Financial Conduct Authority review with the banks has led the lobby group to protest in front of the Houses of Parliament to urge the Treasury and the regulator to make the banks pay proper and prompt redress to small businesses mis-sold IRSAs.
Monterona added that the 48 OFWs also asked their families and relatives in the Philippines to form their own lobby groups to help the campaign for their release and repatriation.
The song is at the centre of a politicallycharged row in the country with the firebrand leader of the ruling party's youth league locked in a battle with a white lobby group over whether it should be banned.
Summary: Rabat - Chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs (CORCAS) Khalihenna Ould Errachid strongly condemned the behaviour of Aminatou Haidar, who is "supported by a lobby group opposed to the kingdom's territorial integrity.
Summary: A business lobby group, the BCC, has warned that the chances of an economic "relapse" are still high.
David Chambers, chief executive of Black Country Chamber of Commerce, is to step down from his position in March next year and the lobby group is set to begin work on appointing a replacement.
Travel agency associations from the Gulf have formed a lobby group to promote and protect their interests as the region expands its tourism industries.
CAMPAIGNER Michael Smith wants people in Coventry and Warwickshire to come forward to create a lobby group in support of Gurkha rights.
A SMALL business lobby group has warned that government plans to close a tax loophole will hit family firms.
Birmingham's next generation of leaders needs to spell out how it wants to see the city develop, a lobby group heard last night.
Oil industry lobby group Europia, supported by Vittorio Prodi (ALDE, Italy), argued that other uses of biomass might be better for the environment.