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Dear little Tom Daley is excited about his new role, as mentor to celebrities learning to dive for a new TV series, Splash! (which launches on Saturday). Us? Not so much.

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It was flat calm when I started. Then I saw it. A broken line moving in from the North.

Solitary Udinese fan becomes a national hero - after being only supporter to watch his club play away game

A Udinese fan has become the center of Italian media attention as the only away supporter to witness his team's 2-0 victory at Sampdoria in Serie A.

Solitary Udinese fan wins hearts at away game

An Italian football fan who showed up to support his team in an away game has become a national hero - after it turned out he was the only supporter who bothered.

James Ashton: Starbucks' tax climbdown means others must wake up and smell the coffee wrangles will continue

Outlook There are all sorts of reasons why Starbucks should have held firm over the issue of tax. Instead, it has opted for the ultimate in tax self-assessment which will see it cough up £20m over the next two years, whatever it makes.

Starbucks agrees to pay more tax in Britain

Coffee giant says it expects to pay 'somewhere in the range of £10 million' in UK corporation tax for each of the next two years.

The utilisations and abuses of modern English

‘Tax arrangements’ turn out to be arrangements by which you arrange to not pay any tax.

Global giants must be 'named and shamed' over tax avoidance

MPs calls for end to 'sweetheart deals' and insist multinationals should be prosecuted for not paying enough tax

Last Tango in Halifax, Sir Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid

It triumphed because it wasn't about old people or even elderly romance, but love, says Simon Usborne

Starbucks: The US coffee company has paid £8m in tax on £3bn in sales during 14 years in the UK

Starbucks faces MPs over tax avoidance

Starbucks coffee shops across the country will be the target of demonstrations by anti-tax avoidance activists, the protest group UK Uncut has announced.

Editorial: Multinationals must pay their share of UK taxes

Tax arrangements that, while legal, allowed comedian Jimmy Carr to slash his contributions to the Exchequer were judged by the Prime Minister to be "morally wrong". The contortions of multinational companies – the service subsidiaries, the intra-group debt financing, the "double Irish" – are no less so.

Oh, no! Totnes has seen off Costa. Now I won’t be able to boycott it

Communities should have the right to go their own way, rather than being the plaything of multinational corporations.

Totnes’ historic high street is set to welcome a Costa Coffee shop

A very British insurrection: Totnes residents win battle to keep Costa out amid 'clone town' fears

The Battle of Totnes is over and the losing side is a multi-national coffee chain.

Premier Inns earn extra £2m from Games

Whitbread's Premier Inns earned an extra £2m from the Olympics as the hotel chain pegged prices at £199 a room.

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