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The Ebola virus has killed 672 people in West Africa since February and is a “threat” to the UK, according to the Foreign Secretary.
Yesterday, (previously) one of the world’s most respected scientists, Richard Dawkins angered almost the whole of Twitter by saying some rapes and instances of child abuse were worse than others.
Twitter has lost an eye watering $14bn in value this year, but share prices soared on Tuesday after the company’s results surpassed analysts’ expectations.
Do you get the feeling your salary stretched further during the last government? Or the last century?
It’s a supermarket sweep for Aldi and fellow budget supermarket chain Lidl, as the discount stores continue their siege of the British grocery market.
The Bank of England is set to announce plans to claw back bankers’ bonuses if they’re found to have broken the rules.
Combine a world-famous sporting event and former European Capital of Culture and you’re always going to get some pleasant surprises. When that city is Glasgow, you know it will be memorable too.
RIP Leicester Square - home of misguided tourists and soulless sports bars - says our new film columnist
Where words fail us, there’s always photoshop
Securing Britain's Growth
Garry Hogarth calls for action
MedicAnimal co-founders Andrew Bucher and Ivan Retzignac on how the UK can produce more fast-growth tech companies
Rolls-Royce head of learning services on why apprenticeships stimulate growth in the economy
Enternships.com founder and CEO on how to get more graduates into jobs
Harrison Spinks MD on the best export strategies for SMEs
We chat to CEO Brian Harrison
“The tech economy is poorly served by investment in the UK - and in the EU,” says the Pokeware CEO
Roger Peace delivers 17,000 apprenticeships a year at learndirect. He talks to us about UK education...
The CEO of learndirect on up-skilling the UK
The effervescent chairman and founder of Cobra Beer speaks out
£75 for three bottles of water? Only in London.
Why 16-24 year olds are twice as likely to be addicted to gambling and how the World Cup didn’t help
Young people are twice as likely to be in the “at risk” category as the UK population as a whole, and the problem is getting worse.
Today we discovered people aged 18-24 are doubly at risk of developing a gambling problem, because of technology and advertising.
David Bagley on his love of cars and setting up his dream supercar festival