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Online fashion store Boohoo poised to reveal profit surge as sales leap to £300m

Online fashion store Boohoo is poised to reveal a profit surge this week as it confirms annual sales have leaped to almost £300million. The stock market value of the internet shop has now soared far above that of many bricks-and-mortar rivals. The compan

yesterday, 22:58 in Business

Ed Miliband, Sir Vince Cable and Lord Falconer blast Sky bid after sex scandal at Fox News

Rupert Murdoch-owned 21st Century Fox’s plan to take over Sky faces high-powered political opposition after Ed Miliband, Sir Vince Cable and Lord Falconer wrote to the regulator urging it to block the deal following the sacking of Fox News star Bill O’Re

yesterday, 22:58 in Business

SVM UK OPPORTUNITIES: The outperforming minnow fund that lives in the shadow of 'super-tankers'

As manager of a UK investment fund, Neil Veitch sees his mission in simple terms – to beat the performance of the FTSE All-Share Index on a consistent basis. So far, so good. Since taking over at the helm of SVM UK Opportunities in early 2006, he has out

yesterday, 22:58 in Business

'I received £86,000 without even paying a premium': Rain or shine, protection insurance can bring perks, so...

Protection insurance is designed to provide a financial lifeline for families if disaster happens.  But, there can be unexpected extra benefits from taking cover, whether or not you claim. There are about 19 million families in Britain, many of whom woul

yesterday, 22:58 in Business

How holiday fraudsters are getting away with 100 scams every WEEK and cheat Britons out of thousands of pounds

Holidaymakers planning a summer getaway are being warned to be on their guard against the growing scourge of online scammers. An estimated 100 people a week are being cheated out of thousands of pounds by fraudsters, leaving them with no holiday to show

yesterday, 22:58 in Business

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: If you are middle-class, earning a half-decent salary and a prudent saver, Corbyn's Labour...

Although the manifestos are not yet out, it is easy to sense the direction of financial travel from the country’s two main political parties as we hurtle towards a General Election.  In crude terms, if you are middle-class, earning a half-decent salary a

yesterday, 22:58 in Business

Nationwide bucks the trend by opening new branches as major banks flee towns

Nationwide has said it is prepared to step into communities deprived of branch banking services if a pilot scheme proves successful. The building society’s decision to back the high street comes as the major banks – led by HSBC, Lloyds and state-owned Ro

yesterday, 22:58 in Business

Is a 0.89% mortgage as good as it seems? As a price war erupts, property owners should watch out for rates...

A new mortgage price war has broken out across the UK with one of the country’s leading building societies launching a home loan with a rate never bettered before – 0.89 per cent. But sceptics say the move by Yorkshire is more an attempt by the mutual to

yesterday, 22:58 in Business

Snap poll gives travellers a boost as sterling reaches a six-month high against the euro

Holidaymakers have been given a boost by the shock General Election announcement – with sterling now at a six-month high against the euro. Travellers heading to the Eurozone countries are getting €89 more for every £1,000 exchanged – or £74 more to spend

yesterday, 22:58 in Business

My dentist wrongly said I didn't have to pay for dental work and now the NHS has fined me: TONY...

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.  A.P. write

yesterday, 22:58 in Business

British surgeons are injecting Botox into the shoulders of arthritis patients to relieve their pain

Botox jabs are now being used to relieve the pain of shoulder arthritis.  British surgeons are injecting the toxin, loved by celebrities and millions of Britons for its ability to reduce lines in the face, into the shoulders of patients with rotator cuff

yesterday, 22:57 in Health

'My TV show about the miracle of birth helped me beat cancer': Zoologist Lucy Cooke reveals how her new...

Amazing Animal Births is, according to presenter Lucy Cooke, about ‘the miracle of life’.  The six-part series, which starts on ITV next month, sees the woman dubbed ‘the new David Attenborough’ travelling across the country to witness everything from th

yesterday, 22:57 in Health

Moment of truth! Wladimir Klitschko says he is seen as 'food for the lion', but can Anthony Joshua hold his...

The young lion of London is being force-fed in order to enter the arena as a devouring monster. The old Ukrainian underdog is learning new tricks in the hope that even a giant can discover an incredible lightness of being. So into what will the graceful

yesterday, 22:49 in Sport

Zlatan Ibrahimovic to visit world's top knee specialist as Manchester United striker faces career-saving...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is to visit one of the world’s top knee specialists in America in a bid to rescue his career following a ruptured cruciate. The 35-year-old could be treated as early as this week by renowned Pittsburgh orthopaedic surgeon Dr Freddie H

yesterday, 22:49 in Sport

Warren Gatland will trust his Lions to drink... but stay out of trouble on their tour of New Zealand this...

Warren Gatland has ruled out imposing strict curfews or alcohol bans on his British and Irish Lions players in New Zealand despite England’s scandal-hit 2011 World Cup campaign. The New Zealand-born Lions coach, well aware of the potential pitfalls facin

yesterday, 22:49 in Sport

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