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After buying a third of all UK trains this week
Bang! And the dirt is… “Aaaaaargh! Leave me alone”
Goodbye office productivity…
Deloitte has published its annual Football Money League, and there are some big hitters. Really big
Gosh, some people just can’t get enough, can they?
We’re getting better off, according to the figures
Microsoft just won technology, and sci-fi has become reality
After a lot of huffing and puffing, London Mayor Boris Johnson has stumped up money to settle his US capital gains tax bill.
Cameron says it will become one of the world’s “most powerful devolved parliaments”
Sky will assume you don’t want porn unless you tell it you do
A disgruntled father-of-three has put his obsolete children’s buggy for sale on eBay. The buggy – made by trendy buggy brand Phil & Teds – is already on £156,505 with 221 bids, and has seven days left for bidding.
The not-so-fat controller of UK trains
Fake pound coins are getting so hard to spot that one in 30 is thought to be forged and over half fool automatic tills and vending machines – it has been revealed.
His remaining stake is now worth £2.5bn.
What does the party stand for? Does it matter?
British chain has revised its profits up after “rollercoaster” Christmas
Disdain for Labour and Tories is driving voters to UKIP
Would he, wouldn’t he?
Chuka Umunna becomes the first MP ever to enhance his reputation by storming out of a live TV interviewVideo
Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna stormed off Sky News yesterday after a weird grilling from anchor Dermot Murnaghan.
Could strike action hit the UK’s pre-eminent art institution?
How many thousands of dollars do Facebook employees earn?
It sounds like something out of Austin Powers.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay just lost a High Court battle for being personally liable to pay a London pub’s rent.
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Blames a “failure of leadership” from his successor
Two Jags down to one after bug discovery
Which UK city has seen the highest jobs growth since 2004?
Britain is benefitting from tumbling oil prices, which have made a considerable contribution to keeping inflation low, according to economic forecaster the EY Item Club.
The London Eye reopened yesterday after annual maintenance but its new crimson colour scheme has got campaigners seeing red.
Ex-Dragons’ Den star Doug Richard was arrested on suspicion of raping a 13-year-old girl on 5 January, it has been revealed.
Made.com might by eyeing a London listing that could value the online furniture retailer at £100m.
The wealthiest 1% of the world will soon own more than the rest of us, according to an Oxfam study.
So much for George Osborne’s vision of a “northern powerhouse”
Record shop is top of the pops
The Green Party now has more members than the Lib Dems and UKIP after gaining more than 2,000 members in ONE DAY – temporarily crashing the website.
A somewhat confused response from Farage
What’s going on and who’s doing it? A rapid recap
Later this year, the FBI will launch a massive cyber attack on the UK.
Christian Candy’s plans to build a seven-storey luxury apartment block in Holland Park have just been turned down by Kensington & Chelsea council.
Twitter trolls targetted Lord Sugar with anti-semitic messages after the Apprentice star tweeted about the recent Tottenham Hotspur versus Crystal Palace Premier League game.
Updated - the Green Party has now overtaken UKIP in membership numbers
Downgrade for Britain’s biggest grocer
We’ve all been there: casually logging on to Facebook to stalk frenemies/untag drunken photos/kill time and bam, there it is, a friend request from your mother.
We learnt in December that Google’s self-driving car is now fully functioning.
The social network is about to take on LinkedIn
There are big names among them – but is it all as bad as it seems?
Pub Landlord to stand at South Thanet
George Osborne has been accused of damaging the energy sector by fellow cabinet member Ed Davey.
The chancellor will make a speech today in which he’ll tell voters not to be afraid of low inflation.
Stump up £8.9m and you can buy London’s largest penthouse which is the size of five three-bed semis.
British Land got a bolt from the blue recently as another bolt fell off the Cheesegrater.
That’s what the other party leaders have called for, in formal letters