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Major banks ‘facing ruin as they are technologically bankrupt', Monzo boss warns
Daily Express
8 min. ago

Major banks ‘facing ruin as they are technologically bankrupt', Monzo boss warns

Tom Blomfield, Britain’s youngest bank chief executive at 31, believes the British banking system is broken. Mr Blomfield said: “I think many of the big incumbents right now will die. They have not kept up to date and...

 
City news: Inflation hits wages, Croydon and Post Office branches
Daily Express
8 min. ago

City news: Inflation hits wages, Croydon and Post Office branches

Pay for graduates has fallen by more than 4 per cent to £23,600 over the past year, the research found. Total advertised salaries fell by 2.4 per cent to £32,600 in July, compared with the same month in 2015, the...

 
The tech helping disabled people dance, run and compete
BBC
13 min. ago

The tech helping disabled people dance, run and compete

As choreographer Chris Fonseca teaches me a dance routine, the beat of the music is pumping through me. But not through my ears. I'm wearing a SubPac, which is strapped on to my back and allows me to feel the beat of...

 
Do women want different business advice from men?
BBC
13 min. ago

Do women want different business advice from men?

"We feel empowered by seeing women giving business advice, it feels real, it feels relatable," says Louie Tew, part of a team of three female designers who are in the midst of setting up their dream online...

 
Debt woes 'weigh heavily' on young people, survey finds
BBC
13 min. ago

Debt woes 'weigh heavily' on young people, survey finds

More than a third of young people have debts of almost £3,000 and experience significant concerns about money. A survey of 2,042 people aged 18 to 24 conducted for the Money Advice Trust by YouGov found that they...

 
UK sees record number of foreign investment projects
BBC
13 min. ago

UK sees record number of foreign investment projects

A record number of investments were made by foreign firms in the UK in the year to April 2016, according to government figures. The Department for International Trade recorded 2,213 inward investment projects, up 11%...

 
What has Europe ever done for us? Plenty say Grahame Smith and Alan Miller
Daily Record
yesterday, 08:23

What has Europe ever done for us? Plenty say Grahame Smith and Alan Miller

As the First Minister’s Standing Council on Europe meet today, experts have warned of the devastating consequences of being dragged into Brexit. Grahame Smith, of the STUC, and Prof Alan Miller, ex-chair of the...

 
Ed Balls describes Corbyn leadership as 'leftist fantasy'
BBC
yesterday, 07:22

Ed Balls describes Corbyn leadership as 'leftist fantasy'

Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls has said Jeremy Corbyn's Labour leadership style is a "leftist utopian fantasy". Mr Balls said Mr Corbyn's approach was "devoid of connection to the reality of people's...

 
Kezia Dugdale says the numbers are up for nationalist ministers on mental health
Daily Record
yesterday, 00:40

Kezia Dugdale says the numbers are up for nationalist ministers on mental health

460 and 52. These are two numbers which should shame the SNP Government in Edinburgh. They are numbers that should be thrown back at nationalist ministers whenever they spend more energy talking about a second...

 
John Swinney writes on how meeting teachers inspired his new guidelines on education
Daily Record
Sunday, 06:56

John Swinney writes on how meeting teachers inspired his new guidelines on education

ONE of the first things I wanted to do when I became Education Secretary was to meet teachers face to face in their schools. It was extremely important to me that I spoke to them about what it is like to teach in...

 
Even Brexit backers should be furious with the shameful NHS lies of the Leave campaign, says John Niven
Daily Record
Sunday, 06:56

Even Brexit backers should be furious with the shameful NHS lies of the Leave campaign, says John Niven

SAUL Bellow has written that some evils have the power to survive identification as evils. That is, we can name them as evil things and they go right on cheerfully flourishing. War and money are two of the examples he...

 
Former SNP MP Michelle Thomson still hasn't been spoken to by cops over alleged mortgage fraud
Daily Record
Sunday, 06:56

Former SNP MP Michelle Thomson still hasn't been spoken to by cops over alleged mortgage fraud

AN MP at the centre of a police inquiry into alleged mortgage fraud has still to be questioned by detectives a year after they launched their investigation. Michelle Thomson resigned the SNP whip and was suspended by...

 
BREAKING: More than 6,000 migrants rescued by Italian coastguards off the coast of Libya
Daily Express
9 min. ago

BREAKING: More than 6,000 migrants rescued by Italian coastguards off the coast of Libya

The Italian coastguards said there were 40 separate rescue missions to help save those making the perilous journey. Some of the migrants, from war-torn Eritrea and Somalia, cheered as rescue boats came to save them....

 
US is to BLAME for failure of TTIP - French hit out at USA
Daily Express
yesterday, 22:53

US is to BLAME for failure of TTIP - French hit out at USA

French and German government ministers have accused Obama's country of causing problems over the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Matthias Fekl, France's Minister of State for...

 
Thousands of migrants rescued off Libya
BBC
yesterday, 22:52

Thousands of migrants rescued off Libya

About 6,500 migrants rescued in large operation off the coast of Libya, Italian coast guard says This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the...

 
'Comic genius' Tributes pour in for Gene Wilder after Willy Wonka actor dies aged 83
Daily Express
yesterday, 22:28

'Comic genius' Tributes pour in for Gene Wilder after Willy Wonka actor dies aged 83

Wilder, known for roles in films such as Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory and Young Frankenstein, has been hailed a "comic genius". The Oscar-nominated icon died at his home in Stamford, Connecticut,...

 
US rapper Rhymefest invites Donald Trump to Chicago
BBC
yesterday, 21:58

US rapper Rhymefest invites Donald Trump to Chicago

US rapper and activist Che "Rhymefest" Smith has invited Donald Trump to Chicago to counter the Republican nominee's bleak picture of the city. "I will walk you down a block, Mr Trump, and I guarantee...

 
Sarkozy vows to ban burkini across France if elected as swimwear row rumbles on
Daily Express
yesterday, 21:33

Sarkozy vows to ban burkini across France if elected as swimwear row rumbles on

Nicolas Sarkozy claims if re-elected as president of France the beach swimwear will never be allowed on beaches in his nation. The comments from Sarkozy came in response to the French interior minister’s statement...

 

Sport

 
Liam Plunkett: England players uneasy at prospect of Bangladesh Tour
Daily Express
7 min. ago

Liam Plunkett: England players uneasy at prospect of Bangladesh Tour

The ECB gave the tour, which starts on September 30 and includes three ODIs and two Tests, the green light last Thursday. It followed a lengthy briefing by Reg Dickason, England’s head of security, to the players that...

 
County cricket: Jason Gillespie chasing Yorkshire history after announcing his retirement
Daily Express
7 min. ago

County cricket: Jason Gillespie chasing Yorkshire history after announcing his retirement

The Headingley club were languishing in the Second Division when Gillespie took over in 2011. He has transformed their fortunes, helping them seal back-to-back Championship victories in the past two summers. Yorkshire...

 
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Daily Mail
8 min. ago

Watford seal signing of Stefano Okaka from Anderlecht on five-year contract

Watford have strengthened their forward line with the signing of former Roma and Sampdoria striker Stefano Okaka from Anderlecht. The 27-year-old, who has played for Italy four times and scored on his debut against...

 
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Daily Mail
8 min. ago

Sam Allardyce wants players to 'have a bit of fun' as new England boss invites comedians into his first...

Sam Allardyce has invited comedians Paddy McGuinness and Bradley Walsh into his first training camp in a bid to put the fun back into English football. Speaking on Monday, Allardyce — who confirmed that Wayne Rooney...

 
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Daily Mail
8 min. ago

England skipper Alastair Cook says yes to Bangladesh tour but one-day captain Eoin Morgan yet to decide 

Alastair Cook is prepared to give England a major boost by committing to the tour of Bangladesh but doubts remain over one-day captain Eoin Morgan’s willingness to travel. Test skipper Cook wants to be at the helm of...

 
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Daily Mail
8 min. ago

Lionel Messi misses Argentina training with hamstring injury... but his team-mates find a new star to play...

Lionel Messi's international return may be delayed by injury, but his team-mates don't seem to be missing their star man. Barcelona announced that Messi has hurt his left hamstring and may not play in Argentina's...

 
 


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