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A speech in the Tory party conference made the PM cry yesterday – an unusual display of emotion from our usually indifferent-looking leader.
A troubling new report suggests that take-home pay in real terms will remain behind pre-crisis levels until 2017, meaning households are facing a “lost decade” of real wage growth.
Aldi’s annual results, which were released today, show a huge rise in middle class shoppers switching to the store.
If you’re a Tory planning to join UKIP then you “must be utterly nuts”. No, we’re not saying that, London Mayor Boris Johnson is.
Among the sexting scandals and defections to UKIP, the Tory party struggled to get its voice heard this weekend.
From the Queen to George Clooney’s wife Amal Alamuddin to Boris’ executive assistant – women from all walks of life have made it to GQ’s list of the 100 most connected women in Britain.
Putney Bridge has re-opened this morning after undergoing a significant repair operation to protect the Victorian structure from water penetration.
Draw a roster of PMs, politicians or just, people we love to hate and Tony Blair is definitely makes that list.
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It tracks your every move, sells your data and manipulates what you see. But Facebook is about to get a whole lot creepier with its plan to develop a fleet of giant drones.
Apple is royally stewed. Why? The tech giant lost almost $23bn (£14bn) after it was forced to pull an iOS update within hours after launch.
Being in charge of the country is a tough and serious job. But our elected officials often seem to go out of the way to make things harder for themselves, and with hilarious results.
Ferrari has had to recall 3,000 of its £200,000 F458 Italia and F458 Spider models. Why? Because the latch that opens the boot from inside only works when the car is moving.
The Queen is set to get an apology from David Cameron after the PM reportedly said she “purred” at the Scottish referendum results.
Apple had to rather embarrassingly pull an update for the new iOS8 operating system just hours after launch.
Things are looking up for embattled grocery giant Tesco as Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley has entered into a put option for 23 million of Tesco’s shares with Goldman Sachs.
Search giant Google could be in line for a $6bn fine in an anti-trust row with the European Commisson over rigged search results.
The stratospheric price of food, drink and transport has long been the bane of Londoners’ existence. In the capital, it’s hard to buy a coffee without feeling you’re trading a piece of your soul for the pleasure.
It’s not happy days at Tesco at the moment.
Sean “Diddy”/“Puff Daddy”/“P Diddy” Combs has long been top-dog in the hip hop earnings stakes, with a $60m empire made up from drinks, clothing and TV deals.
It seems as though in creating new software and designing a new larger screen for its iPhone 6, Apple might have forgotten the first rule of mobile phones: people need to be able to carry them around.
London Underground will begin 24-hour Tube services in September 2015, it has been confirmed.
Tesco’s turmoil deepened today as it was alleged that outgoing finance director Laurie McIlwee has not been requested to undertake any formal duties since April.
Alibaba’s record-breaking stock market listing has made its founder, Jack Ma, a pretty penny.
A Piccadilly Line Tube carriage was filled with smoke this morning causing commuters to panic.
Alibaba’s $25bn IPO was by far the mother of all stock market debuts.
The Scottish National Party may not have been successful in its bid to see Scotland become an independent state, but a side effect of the referendum has been a huge swelling in support for the party.
Four homes with spectacular view over Green Park have been sold for an average value of £5,100 per square foot.
Tesco saw a “big price drop” yesterday after £2bn was wiped off the value of Britain’s biggest retailer Tesco yesterday. This was due to an accounting error that overestimated profits by £250m in the first six months of the year.