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From following an escort agency to endorsing a spoof Twitter account of Iain Duncan Smith, David Cameron’s Twitter booboos keep getting more cringeworthy.
A 13-year-old school boy from Lancashire has become the youngest person to carry out nuclear fusion – and you’d hope so too.
The Advertising Standards Authority has forced Paddy Power to withdraw its highly controversial Oscar Pistorius advert “with immediate effect” after it became the most complained-about advert of all time in the UK, receiving 5,200 complaints.
More than 80 RBS staff were paid more than £1m last year. This was despite the taxpayer-backed bank reporting its biggest annual loss since being rescued by the UK government during the financial crisis.
Another week in British business, another rate-rigging scandal. The Bank of England has suspended a member of staff during an internal probe into alleged manipulation of the foreign exchange (forex) market, Reuters reports.
Ben van Beurden, chief executive of Royal Dutch Shell, has said he wants Scotland to “remain part of the UK”.
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Fortune Magazine has published an excerpt from Warren Buffett’s annual Berkshire-Hathaway shareholders’ letter. In it, Buffet reflects on real estate purchases he made and the lessons they offer investors.
“Michael Gove to teach all children himself”. Oops! Spoof article appeared on Department for Education website
An article headlined “Michael Gove decides to teach all children himself” appeared on the Department for Education website for a month, despite staff being notified.
10 million people have watched this incredibly powerful video showing what war in London would be likeVideo
Charity Save the Children has released this shocking video which shows what a year in a child’s life would be like if London became a battleground.
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