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Forget leaves on the line, London Underground has a far better excuse for disruptions – quick-drying cement in the signals.
Up to 40 per cent have not made key checks on their credit rating or electoral roll entry
Serious doubts have been cast over the reliability of NHS waiting times figures, after the Government’s financial watchdog identified “inconsistencies” in the way that hospital trusts measure and record data.
The third series of Sherlock has become the most-watched drama run in over a decade, the BBC said today.
The apple-sized balloon is encased in a pill which patients swallow
Politicians are used to courting a particular section of society come election time, but in a first for America, it may be the marijuana vote that decides the Florida governor’s race.
The online retailer Zappos is the largest company yet to adopt “holacracy”, a new business approach in which bosses are banished and workers choose their tasks. But who makes the tea?
In 2012, a court sentenced German banker Gerhard Gribkowsky to eight-and-a-half years in prison for taking the alleged payment for organising the sale of a large stake in the sport
Armando Iannucci recently said that the UK falls behind the US when it comes to female comedy writers. Do you find it to be a male-dominated industry?
Rising numbers of social housing tenants are being driven to consider suicide because of the introduction of Government welfare reforms, a study has shown.
Poll released ahead of the 10th anniversary of the death of Harold Shipman
The man – described as 'connected to the Bahrain royal family' – was found to be a central player in a huge fraud committed by the big aluminium business, Alcoa
The Government “buried” key evidence in the run-up to a major U-turn on minimum pricing for alcohol, it has emerged, amid accusations from doctors that pressure from the alcohol industry was “instrumental” in blocking the policy.
A clash of Bangalore IT execs may be about to make compelling political theatre
London's congestion charge daily fee is set to rise by 15 per cent.
Ashes humiliation is complete as Australia romp to 5-0 series victory