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'Drop it like it's hot' rapper will feature in a television advert as part of the price comparison website's You’re So MoneySuperMarket campaign

Shedding light on how to slash those rising energy bills

Chiara Cavaglieri and Julian Knight show how you can cut the ever-spiralling cost of gas and electricity

Will Labour reverse the privatisation of the NHS? I want to believe it...

Allowing in for-profit companies is the worst way to better our care

Eintracht Braunschweig coach Torsten Lieberknecht

Local hero Torsten Lieberknecht draws praise for his Eintracht Braunschweig approach from Borussia Dortmund manager Jürgen Klopp

Klopp has been the centre of attention in recent weeks but Braunschweig's rather unnoticed coach is going about things just like his old Mainz 05 team-mate

Staff 'should be tested' for alcohol misuse in the workplace

Director of the Alcohol Health Network is calling for screening in the work place to identify 'risky' drinkers

Britons 'throw away six meals a week'

The average UK household throws away the equivalent of six meals every week, costing almost £60 a month, a study has found.

A worker at the facility with a handful of fertiliser pellets that it produces

Come, friendly bombs, don’t fall on Slough. It’s doing good for humans now: Berkshire town to launch £2m nutrient-recovery reactor

Once mocked by Sir John Betjeman and Ricky Gervais, the town is now home to a unique machine that is turning sewage into high-grade phosphorous fertiliser - and could hold the key to securing future global food supplies

A Coke delivery in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Mexico’s Coke wars ignite as the government places a tax on ‘the real thing’

The 'Mexicoke' recipe is produced using traditional cane sugar, which its fans believe tastes far better

James Moore: Royal Mail - to sell or not to sell?

The future looks rosy with a forecast dividend yield of six per cent

The News Matrix: Tuesday 15 October 2013

Up to 30 hospitals  in Savile inquiry

The financial savings generated by the 'bedroom tax' may have been significantly exaggerated by the Government

Government's projected savings from bedroom tax were ‘exaggerated’, research shows

The financial savings generated by the “bedroom tax” may have been significantly exaggerated by the Government, according to research which shows the controversial policy is likely to save £160m less in its first year than the projected £480m.

NHS 'unsafe and unsustainable' says health service chief for London

Problems revealed by the medical director for the NHS in the capital are a symptom of country-wide issues, he says

More than 20 per cent of fatal crashes in the UK involve young drivers, yet they account for only 5 per cent of miles driven

Driving age could be raised to 18 in UK - with a curfew and strict rules for recently-qualified drivers

MPs will soon consider a green paper based on proposals from Government-commissioned research

John Boehner asked Republicans to follow him in allowing a short-term increase in the debt ceiling

No deal: Republicans and White House fail to reach agreement on short-term debt-ceiling extension

Failure of House speaker John Boehner's proposal to extend America’s borrowing means government shutdown continues

This winter, the Red Cross will start collecting and distributing food aid to the needy in the UK for the first time since the Second World War

Exclusive: Red Cross launches emergency food aid plan for UK’s hungry

Welfare cuts and the economic downturn send soaring numbers of people to soup kitchens and food banks across Europe

WH Smith profits up despite falling sales

Sales at WH Smith fell for the sixth year in a row, but profits at the retailer rose 6 per cent as its new chief executive Steve Clarke continued the focus on cost-cutting established under his predecessor Kate Swann.

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