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Online fashion giant Asos was declared “company of the decade” at the Grant Thornton-sponsored Quoted Company Awards.

Housing staff ‘may be target of bedroom tax protests’

Staff at a housing association have been warned against wearing their uniforms outside working hours for fear of being attacked by anti-bedroom tax protesters.

Applying without the back-up of teachers and careers advisers, Jo Ayre used the Clearing system to return to education

Clearing case study: Older students can benefit too

Clearing can also benefit late starters, says Amy McLellan

So... where did the 'so' epidemic come from?

So I want to let off steam. Not "so" by way of explanation in answer to a question, nor "so" as a good declaratory start to a sentence that demands it. Just "so", a word which has been turned into a verbal virus that infects, it seems, most of the people who are interviewed on radio.

Sicilian mafia boss Domenico Rancadore has been arrested in London after 19 years on the run.

The Mafioso in Uxbridge: Don't be surprised. Mafia dons make the best neighbours...

Why godfathers like to make a good impression

Breaking (really) Bad: Inept meth maker calls police in middle of night after getting lost in woods while 'looking for paranormal activity'

Men were actually embarked on an ill-fated trip to cook up crystal meth

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Snappy snaps: From zoology degree to shark photographer

He started his zoology degree in rainy Manchester, but now CJ Crooks is head of media at the world-renowned Sharklab in the Bahamas

Inbee Park in action at St Andrews. Those who constantly seek to compare women’s sport to the men are missing the point

Kevin Garside: You only need to watch women’s sport to see what you’re missing

The Way I See It: The British Women’s Open was awash with compelling tales last week

The Labour MP David Lammy attacked the Coalition’s handling of the findings by the Riots, Communities and Victims Panel

Labour MP David Lammy: burial of report on 2011 riots an insult to victims

The Government has been accused of “insulting” the victims of the 2011 summer riots by burying their formal response to a report on the unrest and failing to act on its 63 recommendations.

Hezbollah leader renews support for Palestinians in rare speech

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah appeared in public for the first time in almost two years today, declaring his continued support for Palestinians to ecstatic cheers from a Beirut crowd.

Toyota stopped sending money to the Food Bank, and instead sent its engineers

The firms who reckon time is the new money: Companies offering staff and services instead of cash to charities

Corporate social responsibility is now being encouraged by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

Marina Pepper, activist

Page 3 Profile: Marina Pepper, activist

One of those tree-hugger people?

A member of the presidential guard stands in front of supporters of Zanu PF presidential candidate for the forthcoming general elections Robert Mugabe

'Insider' leaks secrets from heart of Mugabe's Zimbabwe regime on Facebook

Days before election, Zimbabweans read allegations of corruption in ruling party

Burma: Political prisoners freed after promise
to release them all

Nearly 70 political prisoners were freed yesterday, days after the Burmese President, Thein Sein, promised to free all who remain behind bars for opposing the government by the year’s end.

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David Haye, left, is the bookmakers' favourite to beat Tyson Fury

Boxing: David Haye and Tyson Fury agree 'fight of the year' in Manchester

David Haye and Tyson Fury will finally fight in a heavyweight bout in Manchester on 28 September, both boxers' camps confirmed in a joint press release.

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