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Adverts for Jaguar have been banned for focusing on the cars' speed and encouraging dangerous driving. The four video ads on Jaguar's website showed a car driving at speed through a tunnel and crossing over the single white lines in...
Measures should be taken to cut the number of low-paid workers by a million to end the "national scandal" of poverty, according to a new report. A year-long study by the Living Wage Commission recommended a series of "low cost"...
By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks and the Australian dollar rose on Monday as upbeat news from China's factory sector and fresh highs on Wall Street fueled appetite for riskier assets, while crude oil held near nine-month highs...
The government is to ban councils from using CCTV cameras and ‘Orwellian’ spy cars to enforce parking restrictions. It will announce measures today to tackle “over-zealous” enforcement by local authorities. Coalition ministers hope to ease the policing of parking with...
One in five people fear having to move out of their local area because of the high cost of housing - and younger generations appear to be the most affected, according to a new survey. The Chartered Institute of Housing...
Millions of workers face having to give money back to the Government after inadvertently paying the wrong amount of tax. Mistakes by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) left an estimated 5.5 million underpaying or overpaying their tax through the Pay...
Fast food giant McDonald's is to create 8,000 new jobs across the UK over the next three years, targeting first-time workers and recruits under the age of 25. The firm said the expansion followed its continued investment and growth in...
Chancellor George Osborne will today hold talks with Chinese premier Li Keqiang aimed at deepening Sino-UK financial co-operation. The meeting of the UK-China financial forum, on the final full day of Mr Li's visit to London, comes after the signing...
Crude oil prices in Iraq have hit a nine-month high, according to Reuters, as ongoing violence and fears of instability have led to supply concerns and equities sales. Crude prices went up after Sunni jihadists of the Al-Qaeda splinter group...
LONDON (Reuters) - China is confident it will hit its growth target of 7.5 percent this year, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday, adding the government was ready to adjust policy to make sure it does. Writing in Britain's The Times...

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