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Monarch  takes flight

Reshma Begum, 19, was pulled from the Rana Plaza remains

Bangladeshi clothing factory’s ‘miracle survivor’ makes a clean start

A garment worker who spent 17 days trapped in rubble has been offered a job in a hotel

Collapsed Bangladesh factory owner’s property seized as thousands of protesters demand death penalty

The High Court ordered the government to “immediately” confiscate the property of a collapsed building’s owner, as thousands of protesters demanding the death penalty for the man clashed with police, leaving 100 people injured.

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Veteran retailer Leighton joins Matalan as chairman

Allan Leighton, the former chief executive of Asda and ex-chairman of Royal Mail, has been appointed chairman of the cheap clothes retailer Matalan.

Man hurt in shooting near Redditch snack bar

A man has been shot in the chest and leg after an argument broke out near a town centre snack bar, police said.

Big Buck's winning a fourth World Hurdle at Cheltenham

Big Buck's to get Aintree off to a rich start with record 17th win

Three-day Grand National meeting opens with a card for jumps connoisseurs

Matalan founder makes womenswear buy

John Hargreaves, the founder of Matalan, has acquired Fenn Wright Manson, the womenswear retailer, out of administration.

Last April, employment minister Chris Grayling said the 'vast majority' of new claimants for sickness benefits were in fact able to go back to work

Benefits for work scheme dropouts as ministers bow to big business

Ministers made a crucial concession yesterday to critics of their work experience programme in an attempt to prevent a collapse in support for the controversial scheme.

Work experience dropouts won't lose benefits after all

Ministers made a crucial concession yesterday to critics of their work experience programme in an attempt to prevent a collapse in support for the controversial scheme.

Now Poundland snubs workfare programme

The Government's under-fire scheme to get unemployed people back into jobs by having them work without pay suffered another blow after Poundland became the latest firm to withdraw and demand that ministers rethink the programme.

Employers reject jobs scheme that's all work and no pay

Backlash spreads against project that forces benefit claimants to give their time for free 

Thousands of Peacocks staff braced for closures

The fate of more than 9,000 staff at Peacocks will be decided this week, as the high street's biggest administration since Woolworths in 2008 comes to a head.

<p>1. Retro Yellow</p>
<p>£23, jasmineway.co.uk</p>
<p>There isn't anything subtle about this retro vase from Jasmineway but if you are looking for a statement vase, this is the one for you.</p>

The 10 Best vases

1. Retro Yellow

£23, jasmineway.co.uk

There isn't anything subtle about this retro vase from Jasmineway but if you are looking for a statement vase, this is the one for you.

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