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The first day of negotiations between RMT and London Underground to avert next week’s Tube strikes have failed.
It’s the 40th anniversary of the allocation of postcodes and, in honour of that momentous occasion, Royal Mail has done some research into what postcodes say about their residents.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage launched a £1.5m anti-immigration poster campaign yesterday yet he employs his German wife as secretary.
George Osborne will be having a happy morning after the latest borrowing figures revealed the deficit has hit the government’s target for 2013-14.
Profits at high street clothing shop Primark have risen 26% to £298m.
Businesses should stop big bonuses for staff otherwise the government could intervene, Business Secretary Vince Cable has warned.
It may be the biggest advertising campaign in UKIP’s history, but the party’s new anti-EU posters have garnered the ire of many.
Boris bikes are responsible for pushing up rents in areas considered to be property “backwaters”, a London estate agent has discovered.
British banks’ cyber security is set to be put to the test in a series of simulated hacking attacks.
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UKIP members celebrated the party’s milestone of hitting 36,000 members yesterday.
Drug giants Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) are set to enter into a partnership deal to launch a joint venture.
A whopping £70,000 is what first-time buyers need to own a property in the capital, research from real-estate adviser, JLL, has shown.
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David Cameron has hailed the virtues of Christianity in Britain, saying the UK should be proud of its “status as a Christian country”.
The Co-op Group today announced a loss of £2.5bn and said 2013 had been a “disastrous” year and the worst in its 150-year history.
Interest rates may double to 1% or hit 1.75% by the end of 2015, according to a Treasury survey of city economists.
Transport for London (TfL) managers and supervisors have voted to go on strike in a dispute over pay and pensions.
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Google’s shares dropped 6% on Wednesday, the equivalent of $22bn in value.