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Telecoms titan BT is eyeing O2 or EE in a bid to create a wireless telecoms giant in the UK.
A quarter of people would find it hard to be friends with a UKIP supporter, according to a poll.
Northern Line Tube drivers are set to stage a 24-hour strike on 1 December over dismissal of a worker.
The world’s most advanced hacking spyware has been detected targeting Saudi Arabian and Russian telecoms companies.
The UK is home to some of the fastest-growing tech companies in the world.
Terrorism threat in the UK is increasing, Scotland Yard commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has warned.
Around 500 guests were evacuated from the Churchill Hyatt Regency Hotel late on Friday night following a reported gas explosion, which injured 14 people.
A record number of working families are living in poverty, with incomes of the poorest workers falling 10% in a decade, according to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s annual report.
“Clouds are gathering,” says Markit
Is Cameron inadvertently equating Emily Thornberry’s tweet to Jimmy Savile’s abuse and Gaddafi’s violence?
Labour MP’s tweet was “completely appalling”, says PM, a phrase he usually reserves for the worst atrocities
Two people have died and at least six people were injured after a balcony collapsed in Knightsbridge.
Celebrity TV chef Gordon Ramsay has dragged his father-in-law to court for “forging his signature” on a £640,000-a-year gastropub lease.
Network Rail is failing customers, watchdog warns, as passengers are “not getting what they pay for”
The Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) has issued a stark warning to Network Rail that the organisation is failing passengers.
It could cost taxpayers over £3bn to refurbish the Palace of Westminster.
The chancellor has been beaten back by the EU after arguing a cap on bankers’ bonuses was illegal.
This morning Tory defector Mark Reckless was announced as the winner of the Rochester and Strood byelection.
You will have by now seen the news that obesity is costing the UK each year more than war, or terror, or smoking.
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A quarter of British people said they thought all immigrants should be sent back to their home countries.
That’s right – despite boasting rents worth $1,216 a square foot a year, London’s Bond Street is not the most expensive shopping street in the world.
Thousands of students marched through London yesterday protesting against tuition fees and budget cuts to education.
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Complaints against the big six energy suppliers are higher than ever according to energy watchdog Ofgem.
Between the ages of 22 and 39 women on average earn more per hour than men.
You’d expect the deputy prime minister of the country to know where tomorrow’s by-election takes place. Trouble is, he’s not so sure.
Royal Mail half-year profits have dipped 21%, forcing the company to halve the expected growth rate of its UK parcels market to between 1% and 2%.
Victoria main line station was closed for 30 minutes this morning after a fire alert.
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A government bill to maintain the tied pub model – a 400-year-old practice in which pub tenants are only allowed to purchase beer made by the companies that own their pubs – has been defeated in the House of Commons.
There are galaxies of business books out there promising managers the secret to successful business techniques.
Despite a drive to appoint more women to the boards of companies across the UK, only certain areas within business are making any progress.
The scandal-struck banking sector is going to have to do more to improve its image, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned.
Millionaire Myleene Klass is mocked by Twitter after calling mansion tax “disturbing” in bizarre TV debate with Ed Miliband Video
This morning’s newspapers seem to have sided with pop star Myleene Klass in her debate with Ed Miliband last night over the mansion tax.
The current university fees structure has been slammed as “unsustainable” by an independent study into higher education in the UK.
London will see a big protest against tuition fees tomorrow with thousands of students marching through central London.
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Sir Richard Branson is set to launch a new line of luxury cruises.
Talks of London homes being hit by a mansion tax are causing a “subduing effect on buyers”, according to Savills.
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The collapse of high street telephone retailer Phones 4U is set to cost the taxpayer £78m, the firm’s administrators have warned.
The launch of Gordon Ramsay’s new Mayfair restaurant was tainted by a rival who made 100 fake bookings that left tables empty.
The Environment Agency has issued flood alerts across the south east after a weekend of heavy rainfall.
Westminster Bridge and major roads next to Parliament have reopened after a bomb scare this morning.Picture: @politic_animal
Facebook is building another social networking site which it hopes people could use at work.
The global economy is facing “red warning lights”, according to David Cameron.
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Boris Johnson has ordered an inquiry into a deal he signed with a Chinese firm to redevelop the historic Royal Albert Dock in London.
For many, the Christmas period is a season for letting it all hang out.
Snapchat has introduced a new feature which notifies senders if their photos have been captured by third party software.
The world of retail is more cut-throat than ever at the moment. The big four supermarkets are all up the creek, and the discounters are wading in.
He’s done it again.
A Channel Tunnel-style train could be used to connect Britain and Ireland, according to a think tank.
New Scotland Yard, the Metropolitan Police’s HQ, has been sold for a reported £250m.
The Labour party has said if it gets into power next year, tax avoiders will have to pay double what they currently pay.
This morning the news that FIFA had cleared itself of corruption was met with disbelief.
In pictures: What it's like to be dangling from the 68th floor of one of the world's tallest skyscrapers
Dangling from the 68th floor of a 1,776-foot skyscraper is definitely a nightmare that came true for two window cleaners yesterday.
Sainsbury’s Christmas advert will make you quit awwing at Monty the penguin, the star of the John Lewis Christmas advert.