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Work Programme ‘costing millions’

Tens of millions of pounds of taxpayers' money is being paid out in bonuses to under-performing contractors responsible for delivering the Government's flagship welfare-to-work...

Turner: Split like bereavement

Anthea Turner has compared her "awful" split from Grant Bovey to a bereavement and admitted there were days when she couldn't leave the house. The...

Bruce slams internet ‘misogyny’

Newsreader Fiona Bruce has hit out at the "large number of men" making misogynistic comments online and revealed that she enjoys a cocktail before...

MPs warn over £250bn consumers bill

The Government must step in to assess whether consumers can afford years of rising household bills under plans to modernise Britain's infrastructure, MPs have...

Cabinet to mingle with A-list stars

A glittering host of celebrities will rub shoulders with members of the Cabinet tonight at a reception in the stunning surroundings of the Foreign...

Labour unveils ‘fairer’ tax system

Tax reforms to encourage long-term business investment are being unveiled as part of a Labour plan to create a "fairer" system. The party is looking...

BT sorry after internet problems

BT have faced a Twitter storm after customers complained that they were experiencing internet connection problems. The company, which provides broadband to seven million UK...

Sam Bailey reveals pregnancy scare

Sam Bailey has opened up about her fears for her unborn daughter, following a pregnancy scare earlier this month. The 36-year-old X Factor winner was...

UK doctors seek permanent ban on selling cigarettes to those born after 2000

British Medical Association (BMA) doctors have voted to demand a permanent ban on selling cigarettes to those born after the millennium – i.e. kids...

Ukraine signs EU economic agreement

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed up to a trade and economic pact with the European Union, saying it may be the "most important...

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