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Nearly a third of people who plan to vote Conservative at the next general election would rather see the Tories in a coalition with UKIP than any other party.
The Glazer family, owners of Owners of Manchester United football club, are set to raise a staggering £89m by selling 5% of the football club.
Help to Buy is more popular than ever it seems, after a record number of people used it last month.
The owners of Agent Provocateur are looking for a suitable buyer for the lingerie chain.
£500,000 for a row of three garages? Only in London.
A whopping £1.3 trillion – that’s how much investment the capital needs by 2050.
The UK’s largest energy provider British Gas has seen its profits curtailed after a mild British winter saw customers using less fuel to heat their homes.
UK border officials admit they are “not ready” for Ebola as Sierra Leone declares state of emergency
UK border staff are unprepared to deal with people arriving in the UK with Ebola, an immigration service union leader has said.
David Cameron has suggested some high earners might be moved out of the top tax bracket.
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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.
Driverless cars could hit public roads in the UK as early as next year. The government is drawing up plans to trial the vehicles and Business Secretary Vince Cable is set to announce further measures to boost research.
David Cameron has just announced a raft of new immigration rules in the hope that the UK will become less attractive to immigrants, both legal and illegal.
If we asked you to name some big successful British retailers, Marks & Spencer would probably spring to mind before Next.
David Cameron is clamping down on immigration.
£75 for three bottles of water? Only in London.
London’s Gherkin skyscraper is in a bit of a pickle. The 41-storey tower is up for sale for £650m as its owners, German property investors IVG Immobilien and Mayfair investment bank Evans Randall, failed to finalise a restructuring deal.
Today we discovered people aged 18-24 are doubly at risk of developing a gambling problem, because of technology and advertising.
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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.
Parts of west London are in chaos this morning after flooding blocked roads and rail lines.
The London property market has escalated to new heights of ridiculousness, as new research reveals that residential rent in the capital is twice as expensive as in the rest of the UK.
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