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The Week
44 min. ago

The Woman in White: what to expect from BBC’s latest period drama

The BBC’s adaptation of The Woman in White is set to kick off this weekend, with literature fans curious as to which direction this modern iteration will take. Here's a glimpse of the storyline and who is involved in...

 
Mortgage costs hit two-year high as lenders anticipate rise in UK base rate
Guardian
59 min. ago

Mortgage costs hit two-year high as lenders anticipate rise in UK base rate

Rates on the most popular mortgage deals have reached their highest levels in two years as lenders increase prices in advance of an expected interest rate rise next month. The average mortgage rate has gone up by 0.25...

 
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Scotsman
yesterday, 23:48

Software company MindGenius on track for £10m turnover

MindGenius, the East Kilbride-based software company, is on track to turn over £10 million as it pushes the button on the latest version of its project management system. The firm has seen its business productivity...

 
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Daily Mail
yesterday, 22:51

TEMPLETON EMERGING MARKETS INVESTMENT TRUST: New team aims for growing markets 'sweet spot'

It is all change at Franklin Templeton’s emerging market investment operations based in Singapore, which manages some $50billion (£35billion) of assets. Out through Franklin’s revolving doors have gone both Dr Mark...

 
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Daily Mail
yesterday, 22:51

'Our savings were paid to a stranger over 14 years': TONY HETHERINGTON investigates

Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday's ace investigator, fighting readers corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those who have been left out-of-pocket. Find out...

 
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Daily Mail
yesterday, 22:51

Rise in student loan interest is a scandal, says JEFF PRESTRIDGE

Despite recent glorious weather, thousands of university undergraduates – and A-level students with ambitions to take their studies further this autumn – have been busy cramming for vital early summer exams. If this...

 
Labour to address lack of diversity in British film with new tax relief rules
Guardian
40 min. ago

Labour to address lack of diversity in British film with new tax relief rules

Labour has drawn up plans that would force film production companies to ensure gender equality and diversity on set, following fresh evidence of the slow pace of change in the movie industry. Under a future Labour...

 
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Scotsman
43 min. ago

Veteran anarchist spearheading plans to revive celebrated Scottish football team

Its pedigree is almost unrivalled in the pantheon of British sport, producing no fewer than 53 professionals, including six Scotland internationalists and four FA Cup winners, from a remote bolthole in the coalfields...

 
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Scotsman
43 min. ago

Dani Garavelli: Time has come, but Ruth doesn’t realise it

Being named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2018 is a double-edged sword for Ruth Davidson. On the one hand, it must be flattering to find herself described as “refreshing and rambunctious”, even...

 
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Scotsman
43 min. ago

Rail policing merger report raises new fears over safety

The merger of British Transport Police (BTP) with Police Scotland risks creating life-threatening safety issues and will cost up to an extra £500,000 per officer, a damning new document says. A paper drawn up by the...

 
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Scotsman
43 min. ago

Euan McColm: Corbyn’s immutable logic against Syria strikes

Jeremy Corbyn’s position on allied strikes against chemical weapons facilities in Syria surely confirms the deeply held convictions of both his most loyal supporters and his fiercest opponents. To those signed up to...

 
Safeguards for social media ‘inadequate’, says Jeremy Hunt
Guardian
today, 00:30

Safeguards for social media ‘inadequate’, says Jeremy Hunt

The health secretary Jeremy Hunt launched a blistering attack on Sunday on social media companies for “turning a blind eye” to emotional problems and mental health damage suffered by children who have uncontrolled...

 
Salisbury attack: Russian TV's claims about poisoning
BBC
25 min. ago

Salisbury attack: Russian TV's claims about poisoning

What has Russian TV been saying about the nerve agent attack and how much of it is true? On 4 March, Sergei and Yulia Skripal were found collapsed on a bench in Salisbury and it was later confirmed by British...

 
'The largest foreign bribery case in history'
BBC
25 min. ago

'The largest foreign bribery case in history'

The US Department of Justice called it "the largest foreign bribery case in history". After Brazilian multinational Odebrecht admitted guilt in a cash-for-contracts corruption scandal in 12 nations, it vowed...

 
Mozambique prays for rain as water shortages hit country’s poor
Guardian
today, 00:23

Mozambique prays for rain as water shortages hit country’s poor

In the township of Chamanculo, in Maputo, Mozambique, a network of household taps made the community water pump obsolete years ago, freeing residents from the daily burden of lugging massive jerrycans of water long...

 
‘Everyone is following it’: millions gripped by Kim Wall murder trial as verdict nears
Guardian
today, 00:23

‘Everyone is following it’: millions gripped by Kim Wall murder trial as verdict nears

Just a few hours before embarking on his fateful submarine trip with Swedish journalist Kim Wall, Peter Madsen worried that he lacked the self-control to face a murder trial. “He talked about how he needed to learn to...

 
Theresa May to blame for Windrush crisis, says Jeremy Corbyn
Guardian
today, 00:23

Theresa May to blame for Windrush crisis, says Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn is to accuse Theresa May of being personally responsible for the Windrush generation controversy by setting a deliberately unreachable bar with her “hostile environment” immigration policies. The Labour...

 
Letter from Africa: The teenager fighting school bus sex pests
BBC
today, 00:22

Letter from Africa: The teenager fighting school bus sex pests

In our series of letters from African journalists, Nigerian novelist and writer Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani admires a teenager's tenacity in tackling the harassment of pupils on the school commute. Allegations of physical...

 

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Daily Mail
8 min. ago

AC Milan 0-1 Benevento: Visitors still afloat thanks to Pietro Iemmello winner against San Siro outfit

Bottom team Benevento held on to their forlorn hopes of avoiding relegation from Italy's top flight after a Pietro Iemmello goal gave them a shock 1-0 win at AC Milan in their Serie A clash on Saturday. Benevento, who...

 
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Daily Mail
17 min. ago

Kell Brook mocks Amir Khan as rivals face off in the ring after former 'I'm A Celebrity' contestant knocks...

Amir Khan and Kell Brook faced off in the ring at the Liverpool Echo Arena on Saturday night. Khan knocked out Phil Lo Greco inside 40 seconds but quickly turned his attention to Brook who was working as a pundit for...

 
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Daily Mail
17 min. ago

Brendan Rodgers commits to Celtic amid Arsenal talk as he states he will only quit for 'something...

Brendan Rodgers insisted only 'something extraordinary' would tempt him to leave Celtic as he stressed, amid links with the Arsenal job, his full intention to see out the remaining three years on his Parkhead...

 
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Daily Mail
21 min. ago

Zach Johnson and Andrew Landry share the lead heading into final round of the Valero Texas Open

Zach Johnson joined Andrew Landry to tie for the lead ahead of the final day of the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio. With back-to-back birdies on the 14th and 15th and another on the par-5 18th, Johnson shot a...

 
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Daily Mail
24 min. ago

Mohamed Salah signing was a 'risk', admits Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp as Egyptian nets 41st goal of season

Jurgen Klopp admits that big-signings like Mohamed Salah are always a risk but insists that we should have been expecting something special from him this season, based on his performances at Roma. Even so Klopp knows...

 
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Daily Mail
30 min. ago

Manchester City have been one of the most dominant Premier League champions ever... but have spent a record...

Manchester City's title win is their third in seven Premier League seasons, and their third in a decade of ownership by Sheikh Mansour - and also the costliest in the history, at more than £6.5m per point. That figure...

 
 


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