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‘Sobriety Tags’ For Offenders Who Abuse Alcohol

By Darren McCaffrey, Repeat offenders of alcohol-related offences will be forced to wear tags, to monitor if they are still drinking under a pilot scheme...

Agency nurse paid £1,800 for shift

NHS hospitals across the country paid more than £1,000 for agency nurses and locum doctors to fill shifts on a public holiday, new figures...

Prime Minister announces 20,000th Start Up Loan

20,000 Start Up Loans have been awarded, offering a total of more than £100 million to entrepreneurs in the UK. David Cameron visited the Seven...

Record on wages ‘dismal failure’

Working people have suffered the biggest real-terms fall in wages for more than a century under the coalition, Labour is claiming. Shadow chancellor Ed Balls...

Massive medics should slim says NHS

Junk food could be off the menu in hospital canteens as o verweight doctors and nurses are encouraged to slim down to set a...

Last bid to avert Argentina default

Argentina's government is to make another effort to reach a deal with US. creditors before a looming deadline that risks sending the country into...

‘Modest running’ can boost health

Running for just a few minutes each day can reduce the risk of dying from heart disease, research has shown. Lazy jogging at slow speed...

Britain’s top tax towns

Accountants at UHY Hacker Young have ranked Britain’s towns in order of how much income tax they pay per person every year, the average...

McDonald’s Japan halts Chinese supplies after rotten meat scandal

McDonald’s restaurants in Japan have stopped selling products that use chicken sourced in China. It comes after a scandal involving a Shanghai factory which...

No ‘rainbow families’: Canadian fertility clinic bans patient from using non-white donor

A single Canadian woman, who sought in vitro fertilization in the only local clinic in Calgary, has been prohibited from using donors of a...

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