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Turn on, tune in...and STREAM: Tap into billions of tracks with the best music deals now  

The most popular way to enjoy music these days is through streaming – listening to favourite tunes over the internet.  The Mail on Sunday analyses the key choices and costs to consider when logging on for music. STREAMING IS TOP OF THE POPS  Streaming ha

Saturday, 22:24 in Business
 

'My son's mental health nurse took over his account without my knowledge': TONY HETHERINGTON responds, but...

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 how to contact him below.  Ms P.H. wr

Saturday, 22:24 in Business
 

Floored by the big buy-to-let profit sump: Experts advise on cost cuts as tax changes hit hard 

Landlords are being urged to seek cheaper mortgage deals fast to keep costs low as new tax rules are set to bite into their profits. In April the way tax is calculated on rental income from buy-to-let investments is changing.  Investors will no longer be

Saturday, 22:24 in Business
 

'Sometimes I feel over-rewarded for what I do': Kate Thornton opens up about TV gigs, why she no longer has...

Kate Thornton, the TV and radio presenter, has never been able to command the fees she earned while she was presenting The X Factor. But she believes TV and radio presenters are actually over-rewarded for what they do. A savvy bargain hunter who was once

Saturday, 22:24 in Business
 

FRANKLIN UK EQUITY INCOME: From £500k to a £300m fund...meet the Northern powerhouse 

Colin Morton has spent more than 22 years managing money for investors.  But unusually for a fund boss, he has kept well away from the City, preferring instead to take a more detached view of equity markets from the Northern boltholes of Huddersfield and

Saturday, 22:24 in Business
 

Unilever launches £2.5bn shake-up for top brands - and Bertolli and Flora could be culled

Consumer goods giant Unilever is on the brink of unveiling a cull of top products including Flora margarine and Bertolli spreads. A sell-off of the household names could come as early as April as the group battles to reassure its shareholders after last

Saturday, 22:24 in Business
 

Digger firm JCB joins forces with the F1 (and no, we aren't pulling a fast one) 

One is famous for its slow-moving yellow diggers, the other for its racing cars but JCB and Formula One team Williams Martini have joined forces for the 2017 season. The sponsorship deal will see the JCB name appear on the Williams Mercedes FW40 chassis

Saturday, 22:24 in Business
 

Deloitte and Ladbrokes face wrath of MPs over £70m tax scheme 

Accounting giant Deloitte and Ladbrokes have been savaged by MPs after a court ruled against a complex tax avoidance scheme – hitting the bookmaker with a £70million bill. The arrangement was thrown out by the Upper Tribunal of the Tax and Chancery Chamb

Saturday, 22:24 in Business
 

Stop agonising over the likes of RBS and Lloyds - just sell-up: SIMON WATKINS on the banks burdening taxpayers

If the Government finally got shot of its stakes in Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group, it is hard to know who would be more pleased.  The taxpayer and Treasury who could finally feel free of these burdensome stakes, or the banks themselves

Saturday, 22:24 in Business
 

Pound’s fall helps profit at ad giant WPP rise to £2bn - but boss Sir Martin Sorrell's pay packet may have...

Advertising giant WPP is set to report a sharp rise in annual profits to almost £2billion this week, partly as a result of the pound’s slump. But the profits boost will not lift the pay of chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell, who is expected to pocket far

Saturday, 22:24 in Business
 

Troy Deeney plays every game with the intensity of a man who has a score to settle and players like him are...

Troy Deeney plays each and every match with the intensity of a man who has a score to settle. This time he actually did. In the reverse fixture at the London Stadium back in September, the Watford captain wasn’t best enamoured when a certain Dimitri Paye

Saturday, 22:01 in Sport
 

Juan Mata available for Manchester United's EFL Cup final against Southampton despite returning to Spain...

Juan Mata is available to play for Manchester United in the EFL Cup final on Sunday despite reports in Spain suggesting he would miss the match against Southampton after a family bereavement. Mata was allowed to return home on Thursday for family reasons

Saturday, 21:24 in Sport
 

Jamie Vardy denies any involvement in Claudio Ranieri's sacking by Leicester: 'This is completely untrue,...

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has angrily denied he influenced the sacking of Claudio Ranieri. Ranieri led the Foxes to an unlikely and historic Premier League triumph last season, with Vardy a star member of that squad, but was relieved of his duties on

Saturday, 21:24 in Sport
 

Brighton 3-0 Reading: Seagulls go top of the Championship thanks to goals from Sam Baldock, Jamie Murphy...

Brighton went top of the Championship after a convincing victory over playoff-hopefuls Reading thanks to goals from Sam Baldock, Jamie Murphy and Anthony Knockaert. Chris Hughton’s side started the stronger and Baldock hit the post before he showed great

Saturday, 19:34 in Sport
 

Watford 1-1 West Ham: Andre Ayew on hand to rescue point after early Troy Deeney penalty as Michail Antonio...

Andre Ayew came off the substitutes' bench to score a 74th-minute equaliser as West Ham battled back from behind to rescue a point at a damp Vicarage Road on Saturday evening. Troy Deeney made it four goals in his last five league games as the in-form st

Saturday, 19:34 in Sport
 


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