bank scheme

bank scheme

A term of art for a work format in which qualified professional staff who have retired from the NHS (UK) are willing to rejoin the labour pool to work for limited periods to help in times of need.
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The Conservative Victoriana program where the hard up are forced to beg for help, or visit the Tory food bank scheme.
Four New Jersey men and six of their associated businesses were charged with first-degree conspiracy and money laundering in connection with a bank scheme involving the deposit of nearly $1.4 million in phony or forged checks related to insurance claims.
When the plans were submitted, the Newcastle-based developer said the Bottle Bank scheme could become one of the "most prominent" offices in the region.
Redcar's South Bank scheme has been recommended for extension as Middlesbrough Council consults on bringing selective licensing to Newport following the reported success of the scheme in North Ormesby.
The proposed tree bank scheme, however, will not work in my eyes.
Real estate investment firm Aprirose has made the Left Bank scheme to build a 22-storey apartment block its first major residential development project in the UK.
The Clothes Bank Scheme has been running for over six months from its home in Liverpool, offering free top quality clothing to both men and women whose body may have been affected by cancer and cancer treatment.
One and two cent coins will start to be phased out this week as part of a Central Bank scheme.
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