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Get the picture: Despite the positive spin, Benefits Street creates more Others for us to dismiss as diabolical

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In its attempt to chase ratings, the Channel 4 programme merely reinforces stereotypes about people who rely on the state

Gred Dyke said Lord Patten’s presence was damaging the corporation, and he had mishandled the row over staff payoffs

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Major overhaul aims to make telephone call charges and dialling codes clearer

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Informa returns to the UK after fleeing from Gordon Brown

Informa has announced plans to move its tax domicile back to Britain after five years in Switzerland — news that will help Chancellor George Osborne’s efforts to make the UK more tax-friendly.

Watchdog sends out a warning after Royal Mail fails to deliver

Royal Mail came under fire from the industry regulator today for missing performance targets, including failing to deliver enough first-class letters on time.

Virgin Media announces 6.7% price increase for broadband and new speeds of up to 152Mbps

Company claims that new fibre optic service is twice as fast as rival BT's

Customers face paying four times more for 4G services in proposed price hikes

An Ofcom consultation suggests fees paid by mobile phone networks could quadruple

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The free-market utopia is one where competition is vicious and consumers can easily switch allegiances on a whim. We've seen that in action with the aggressive marketing policies of energy suppliers; I know people who still willingly sign forms on the doorstep at the request of anyone holding a clipboard.

Joanna Froggatt as Anna Bates, who was raped by a visiting valet in Downton Abbey

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A spokesman for the drama said the events in the episode were 'acted and directed with great sensitivity'

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