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Bankers and consultants 'participated in £245m loans scam'

Bankers and consultants took part in a £245 million loan scam which saw funds splashed on high-end prostitutes and luxury holidays, a court has heard.

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Virgin Trains East Coast workers to strike on October 3

Workers on Virgin Trains East Coast are to stage a 24-hour strike next week in a row over jobs and conditions.

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MPs hit back at French president over criticism of UK stance on Calais migrants

Francois Hollande has come under fire after claiming Britain must "play its part" in managing the Calais migrant crisis as France prepares to close down the Jungle camp.

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Russia angry at Western suggestions that it is committing war crimes in Syria

Russia has reacted angrily to "unacceptable" British and American suggestions that it is committing war crimes in Syria's bloody civil conflict.

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Monarch Airlines takeover speculation amid claims of market turbulence

The owner of Monarch Airlines is in talks with several interested parties about a potential takeover of the carrier as it prepares to throw it a multimillion-pound lifeline.

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Passengers backing legal review against Southern Railway franchise deal

More than 900 passengers have given money to support a legal case against the Government's handling of the Southern Railway franchise.

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Britain 'must accept EU citizens' right to work in UK for single market access'

Britain will only be allowed to retain access to the single market if it accepts the right of EU citizens to work in the UK, the leaders of Slovakia and the Czech Republic have insisted.

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Aldi to preserve 'significant price advantage' amid record sales of £7.7bn

The British arm of Aldi has said it will invest £300 million in store revamps after posting another year of record sales, although profits were again hit by the supermarket price war.

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Parents urged to boycott schools' country of birth requests

Parents are being urged to boycott a request to disclose their children's country of birth to schools amid fears it could be used by the Home Office for immigration enforcement.

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'Contingency planning' as bosses consider HQ shift after Brexit vote

More than three quarters of UK chief executives are thinking about shifting operations or headquarters abroad following the Brexit vote, a report has revealed.

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Views mesmerise William and Kate on sea plane trip

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were left mesmerised by the stunning views of Canada's coastline when they took a trip in a sea plane.

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Arriving at platform one...compensation for delayed passengers

Train companies could be made to announce to delayed passengers that they are entitled to compensation, under plans being considered by the Government.

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Cancer patients in early trials of treatments may have unrealistic expectations

Cancer patients taking part in early-stage trials often have unrealistic expectations about the effectiveness of the treatments they are testing, a study has shown.

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Smart motorway lay-bys labelled 'death zones' by unimpressed drivers

Drivers have described emergency lay-bys on smart motorways as "death zones" and "desperate unreachable havens".

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Confidence still falling in financial services industry

Confidence across the UK's financial services industry has continued to deteriorate over the past three months, marking the longest period of falling sentiment since the financial crisis.

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Theresa May argued for immigration brake, say allies

Theresa May's supporters have hit back at claims she was branded "lily-livered" by David Cameron after she scuppered his plans for tough new immigration controls.

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Corbyn backs UK troops probe following Blair criticism

Jeremy Corbyn has insisted that British troops must face investigation for alleged abuses carried out in Iraq and Afghanistan as Tony Blair added his voice to mounting criticism of the process.

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Russia hits back at Johnson 'war crimes' slur

Boris Johnson has provoked a furious response from Russia after he said Moscow's forces may be guilty of war crimes in Syria.

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Views mesmerise William and Kate on sea plane trip

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were left mesmerised by the stunning views of Canada's coastline when they took a trip in a sea plane.

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BHS to be reborn online with new website focusing on best-sellers

British Home Stores is to relaunch online, a month after the last of its high-street shops shut down.

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