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Women earn on average £223,000 less than men over the course of a lifetime, according to new research published ahead of next week’s deadline for businesses across the country to divulge their gender pay gaps. The analysis, compiled by the Young Women’s...
A British man has been charged with assault over an incident that saw Australia’s Commonwealth Games rugby sevens captain rushed to hospital with a head injury. The 22-year-old suspect, who has not been named, allegedly floored James Stannard with a single punch...
A sword of Damocles hangs over the economy of the North-east of England. That at least is the implication of the government’s own economic analysis when it comes to Brexit.  Internal research leaked from Whitehall earlier this year suggested the North-east’s economy...
One in three Brits turn to baking to help them de-stress after a busy day at work, a study suggests. Researchers found as well as being a pleasurable pastime for many, others enjoy mixing, stirring and baking to ease stress levels. The survey of...
MPs are set to probe the number of public consultations ordered by the Government that have come to nothing. The move comes after The Times reported ministers have commissioned more than 1,600 such exercises since the Conservative general election victory in 2015. More than...
An FBI informant thought he was going to have to kill a Trump-backing militiaman to stop him shooting dead two Muslim women, a court has heard. Dan Day said that as they drove past the headscarf-wearing women, Patrick Stein – a member...
Say goodbye to one of Britain’s oldest manufacturers.  GKN, which once made the Spitfire, in the end failed in its own Battle of Britain against the barbarians at its gates.   Melrose, a financial engineer that buys real engineers for the purposes of...
A fundraising campaign to cover the legal bills of sacked former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe has smashed its target to hit $370,000 (£260,000) in just 14 hours. The page set up by the “Friends of Andrew McCabe” has already received more than 8,700...
A £30m fund to cut the number of people living on the street has been announced by the government, amid intense criticism of the soaring numbers of rough sleepers. But the sum was immediately dismissed as “a pitiful response to a national...
Pubs in Ireland are being allowed to sell alcohol on Good Friday for the first time in nearly a century. In January, the Irish parliament passed new legislation ending a 91 year-long ban on pubs, restaurants and supermarkets selling alcohol on the...