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16 killed in stampede for government jobs

Real life Breaking Bad: US meth dealer Walter White jailed for drugs and firearms offences

Judge says TV character’s namesake distributed an ‘extraordinary’ quantity of methamphetamine across Montana

Council Christmas card warns London tenants to 'pay your rent'

Postcard advises tenants not to 'overindulge' over the festive period

A supporter of the moderate Islamist Ennahda party holds a poster during a rally in Sidi Bouzid, central Tunisia

Arab Spring’s source carries on legacy as truce is called in Tunisia’s culture wars

It appears to be the last Arab Spring country to have a shot at completing a transition to democracy following last ditch negotiations between secularists and Islamists

The sad and puzzling story of Abbas Khan, the British doctor found dead in Syrian jail

What prompted the death of a man whose life was more valuable to Assad than any other foreigner’s in Syria?

Fortune's Fool at the Old Vic

Half of UK firms expect to create jobs next year, according to CBI report

More than half of the UK’s businesses expect to create new jobs over the next year, though real wages will continue to fall, a new report has found.

John C. Beale was the EPA's highest paid employee

Senior US climate change adviser avoided work by pretending to be a CIA agent

John C. Beale also claimed thousands of dollars from the US Government for first class plane tickets and limo rides

BT to introduce default 'porn filtering'

BT joins TalkTalk and Sky in introducing filtering by default following pressure from the PM

Nadhim Zahawi, a member of David Cameron's policy board, has said families should be limited to claiming benefits for their first two children

PM denies two child limit for benefits is part of Tory welfare policy

Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi said the plan could save 'billions', as charities warn of 'devastating' impact on poor families

The number of people sleeping rough in London has risen by 13 per cent in the last year

Sudden rise in homelessness blamed on housing shortage and the 'bedroom tax'

Homeless charities raise the alarm after rough sleepers rise by 13 per cent in London this year, and six per cent across the country

Just 11.5 per cent have changed suppliers this year

‘UK’s stale energy market makes it easy for Big Six to hike prices,’ says new study

While 21 per cent were changing suppliers in 2006, just 11.5 per cent have changed this year

Elf help book: America’s favourite way to make sure that children are nice, not naughty, in the run up to Christmas

It is over here and selling fast. Gillian Orr hears the Elf on a Shelf story

Last year, an average of £7.80 went on wine, beer and spirits brought from the off licence or supermarket

Stay-at-home drinking and socialising on the rise as Britons avoid paying premium of being served food or drink in pubs and bars

Going for a coffee is now the third most popular leisure outing beating attending a concert or hitting a night club, according to study

Mortgage lending for first-time buyers at six-year high

First-time buyers enjoyed the biggest surge in lending for six years in October as banks and building societies advanced 26,800 loans, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.

Rent arrears are the UK's fastest growing debt problem

But one third of renters are still planning to buy in 2014

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