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Late Sturridge goal punishes Denmark

Labour promises extra £120 for workers who lose long-term jobs

Extra £20 a week in benefit for six weeks would apply if they had been in work for four or five years

KPMG investigated over Co-op bank audits

KPMG is being investigated over its role as auditor to the troubled Co-operative Bank, which almost collapsed last year, and could face a massive fine

15. Alex Goode
England are blessed with some real talent at full-back, with both Goode and Mike Brown starring this weekend. Goode takes the spoils though, gliding through the Connacht defence as if they weren't on the pitch in his way to 177 metres and a try of his own.

Heineken Cup: Team of the week round six

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In an interview with The Independent, Rachel Reeves, the shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, revealed a 'tough love' strategy to stop the unemployed staying on the dole for up to three years before their English, maths and computer skills are assessed

Exclusive: Labour will make jobless take maths and English tests

Shadow minister tells ‘The Independent’ those who refuse training will lose benefits

Privacy experts have warned that commercial firms will be able to identify people when they are given access to confidential NHS patient data

Patients will be identifiable when firms are given access to confidential NHS data, experts warn

Privacy experts have warned that commercial firms will be able to identify people when they are given access to confidential NHS patient data.

Heavy weather: Sea debris fills a street in Aberystwyth, west Wales, after ferocious storms earlier this month

Savvy Money: Harsh truth – your storm cover may not protect you from a rainy day

But be prepared to make waves if you think an insurer is wrong to reject your damage claim

Crews clean up a chemical spill along the Elk River in Charleston, West Virginia

Company blamed for West Virginia chemical spill files for bankruptcy amid court claims

Freedom Industries facing lawsuits and investigations after spill that left 300,000 without water

Market Report: The car insurance price war could be over

Investors drove into insurer Admiral yesterday as signs emerged the car insurance price war could be over.

Money Insider: Go back to basics to sort out your finances

Many people will have made a resolution to reorganise their money matters this year – it's probably one of the top three 2014 promises, alongside shedding a bit of weight and doing more exercise.

Richard Cockerill has praised his Leicester Tigers squad for showing a 'cussedness' in the Heineken Cup

Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill praises 'cussed' players for Heineken Cup qualification

Tigers face a final showdown with Ulster in Saturday with both teams vying for a home quarter-final having already qualified for the last eight

Watchdog in a move to bring down the costs of private health insurance

Competition Commission orders the sale of nine private hospitals, including London Bridge and the West End’s Princess Grace

Competition watchdog orders sell-off of nine private hospitals

The Competition Commission has ordered the sale of nine private hospitals, including London Bridge and Princess Grace, in an effort to smash the market dominance in Britain’s £5 billion private healthcare industry.

The squirrel left Margaret Bousfield with a repair bill for £7,000 after trashing her front room.

Squirrel trashes woman's home - leaving her with £7,000 repair bill

After falling down Margaret Bousfield's chimney, the furry animal wreaked havoc

Rhode Island governor candidate Allan Fung: 'My car crash killed a man'

Republican Cranston mayor Allan Fung told a press conference he was involved in a car crash after falling unconscious behind the wheel

Competition watchdog forces fewer hospital sell-offs on private firms

Competition regulators have scaled back what had been hard-hitting reforms of the private healthcare industry, but will still demand the biggest three operators sell around 10 hospitals in proposals expected this week.

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