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Miliband argues £2.7m London home is not a mansion
HSBC could move its HQ out of London following a review into its “regulatory and structural reforms”.
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Facebook’s first quarter profits have surprised analysts after falling just 20% since the same period last year.
It just got a new global chief product officer too
Hatton Garden heist: First pictures show how thieves drilled through concrete wall to reach diamonds
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US wants to extradite Navinder Singh Sarao for share price manipulation
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Shapps denies editing his own and others MPs’ Wikipedia entries
Sorry Britons, the British passport is sadly not the most powerful passport in the world.
The retailer has posted the biggest loss in its 96-year history
UK’s largest grocer says there will be no dividends for shareholders this year
David Spencer-Percival’s recruitment firm on course to make £80m gross profit by 2018
Britain’s biggest payday lender Wonga has reported a pre-tax loss of £37.3m for 2014.
Are the Conservatives’ repeated warnings over an SNP-Labour government winning the Scottish party greater support?
Tim Campbell MBE, best known for being the first ever winner of Alan Sugar’s “The Apprentice” and Chairman of social enterprise, Bright Ideas Trust, has launched an ambitious new competition to find the UK’s most hard-working students.
Consumer magazine hits out at “confusing” price structures
As the retailer prepares to announce the biggest loss in its 96-year history
Six storey building gave way without warning
Not a terrific Tuesday morning for Londoners travelling on the Central Line as a derailed engineering train caused severe delays.
Southwark Park Station closed 100 years ago
Latest research indicates British homeowners could spend £110m on revaluations
Taxi drivers in the capital are set to protest on Oxford Street from 2pm tomorrow.
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The number of people in work rose by 248,000 in the three months to February, compared with September to November 2014.
Hundreds of people were stranded outside Oxford Circus Tube station yesterday after London Underground temporarily closed the station due to overcrowding.
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South African investment firm Brait has snapped up 80% of Virgin Active
If you’re black or Asian and NOT planning to vote on May 7, you should definitely check out this advert by legendary footballer Sol Campbell.
The prospect of mansion taxes and the changes to stamp duty are impacting housing sales in the run up to the general election.
Loud talkers, the phone ringing and tea rounds are costing UK businesses a whopping £250m a year.
Where is the UK’s tallest residential building? In London, of course.
We’re spending thousands renting homes for MPs who live no further from Westminster than many commuters
Tesco has pulled the plug on the corporate jet fleet that sparked shareholder outrage after the £263m accounting scandal last year.
A surge in demand for luxury designs, followed by a major cut in staff, has led to property developers Nick and Christian Candy reporting a 46.8% hike in pretax profit.
Women expect to be paid 20% less than men on average, with the pay gap widening to 29% in some industries.
Can the Lib Dems claw back any voters?
Lord Sugar wants suggestions for the name of his new book. Twitter is already coming up with absolute gold
We’ve pulled out the funniest suggestions
UKIP’s immigration policy is all over the place.
Here are the questions we wish the Facebook founder would have answered
Company could face fines and restructuring in Europe
A cycling workforce is great news for businesses and employees
Prime Minister David Cameron unveiled the Conservative manifesto today promising you and me a “brighter future”.
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Chaos as Jubilee Line goes down at Canary Wharf
Centrica just appointed Mark Hodges as the new MD of British Gas.