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He’s brought us planes, trains and space rockets. Now Richard Branson is making tracks into the world of high-speed electric cars.
Twitter has appointed former Pearson CEO Marjorie Scardino to its board following a backlash over its lack of female talent.
Nelson Mandela: What a man! He spent 27 years in jail with 18 of them breaking rocks and working in a lime quarry at Robben Island Prison. When released, he forgave his jailers and became an epitome of reconciliation in South Africa.
Autumn Statement 2013
Chancellor George Osborne got a fair share of hurrahs and boohoos at the House of Commons this morning.
As George Osborne leant against the dispatch box to deliver the Autumn Statement, observers across the UK were leaning hard on their keyboards as they frantically typed away, tweeting their reactions to the Chancellor’s vision.
What is the government doing to help small businesses and their employees?
George Osborne was keen to hit home that the government is committed to sticking to their guns in order to bring down the deficit.
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In Britain, Christmas means different things to different people. For some people it’s a time to get together with family or indulge in good food.
Twenty two brothels, three sex shops and two lap dancing clubs in Soho were raided by more than 200 police in Soho yesterday.
Gamblers in the UK spent an incredible £46bn on gambling machines last year, prompting calls from anti-gambling campaigners and MPs, who have called for tighter regulations.
Who ate all the pies? Probably Britain. We are notoriously fond of anything encased in pastry. But are we ready for a luxury pie that costs in excess of £300?
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