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A 10-second 'snip' can cure tongue-tie in babies. So why aren't parents told about this painless procedure?

For Claire Johnson-Creek, memories of the precious first few months spent with her baby should be filled with joy – but they are also marred by recollections of pain and tears of frustration. Claire’s son Felix was diagnosed with a common mouth defect...

yesterday, 22:57 in Health
 

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino admits Danny Rose wasn't fit enough to play in the north London derby...

Mauricio Pochettino insisted that Danny Rose's exclusion from the Tottenham squad for the north London derby was merely a matter of fitness and due to the left back missing nine months with a knee injury. Rose, who has been linked with a move to...

yesterday, 22:49 in Sport
 

Kenny Dalglish spent years giving support and comfort to the families affected by Hillsborough, now he's...

Each time I speak to Kenny Dalglish over the telephone, he signs off in the same way. 'Hasta luego,' he says, whether he is on holiday in La Manga or at home in Southport, drawing the Spanish phrase out in contented Glaswegian so that it exudes...

yesterday, 22:49 in Sport
 

Self-employed face new onslaught in the Budget as Chancellor plans to toughen rules on tax

Chancellor Philip Hammond is this week expected to risk a new political storm by announcing plans to raise billions of pounds from Britain’s army of self-employed workers and contractors. Hammond will unveil his Budget on Wednesday amid a gloomy...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

Be bold and back the firms of the future, says NEIL CRAVEN

There is a startling fact about the Government’s strategy for British industry – there isn’t one. At a stretch, you could string together a few stray bits of policy here and there if you wanted to be kind. But it is piecemeal. The approach that has...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

TV property expert link to oil boss in Nigerian bribery probe: Estate agent in London buying spree for...

A London estate agent who appeared on the BBC’s Homes Under The Hammer has been named in an investigation into alleged corruption by a former Nigerian oil minister known as ‘The Madam’. Court documents filed in the US allege King’s Cross estate agency...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

Australians are facing Clydesdale legal action over alleged mis-selling of small business loans

A claims firm which is taking legal action against Clydesdale Bank over the alleged mis-selling of small business loans is also planning to sue National Australia Bank. RGL Management Limited is signing up aggrieved small business owners for a group...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

Personal concierge service firm Ten Group gears up for £35m stock market float

A personal concierge service that promises to secure tables in exclusive restaurants and tickets for coveted music events plans to raise up to £35million on the stock market this week. Ten Group, whose 60million members include customers of private...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

Keep your nerve on tight spending, Chancellor or we'll see Corbyn in No 10: Lord Heseltine warns against a...

The voice is a bit more growly with age, but the collar-grazing silver mane still makes a swoosh. And at 84, on the eve of the Budget, Michael Heseltine – political firebrand turned elder statesman – is as energetic as ever at pushing the idea closest...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

Big high street stores brace for profits rout as price cuts and spending squeeze take a toll

Retailers are braced for a brutal festive season which is already sending jitters through the stock market and driving share prices to record lows. The high street has been hit by a wave of discounting in recent weeks which is set to continue as...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

Dutch in tax war to lure Unilever away from UK as Marmite-maker could drop London listing

The Dutch government has been accused of waging ‘war’ on the UK and using Brexit to lure Marmite-maker Unilever away from London. Unilever, which also owns Dove, Persil and Magnum ice creams, is understood to be close to a decision that could see it...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

New York stock market listing for Pret A Manger looks set to face delays

A New York stock market listing for Pret A Manger appears to be facing delays. Private equity firm Bridgepoint, which bought Pret in 2008, hired advisers back in May to explore a listing this year.  It was suggested the sandwich chain’s valuation...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

NEWTON GLOBAL EMERGING MARKETS: The fund boss who aims to help you sleep soundly

Active fund management – where a human being rather than a robot pulls all the strings – is under attack like never before. Many people think it is too expensive and fails to deliver the outperformance its promoters promise. Yet Rob Marshall-Lee,...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Don't forget savers and to ban all financial cold-calling in your Budget, Mr Hammond

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond would be wise not to forget savers in Wednesday’s Budget. Although he might point to the recent 0.25 percentage point rise in base rate as evidence that savers’ fortunes are about to improve, he would be...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 

MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Amryt Pharma makes remedies that can save lives - and cheer savers

High cholesterol normally afflicts people in their 50s and above, often because they eat the wrong food and take too little exercise. In some cases, however, children are born with exceptionally high cholesterol, so much so that they are at risk from...

yesterday, 22:48 in Business
 


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