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Mystery over where £50,000,000,000 of UK banknotes are
Around £50 billion of banknotes in UK circulation are unaccounted for, according to a public spending watchdog.
Banksy loses legal battle, puts his EU trademark at risk – all because of his anonymity
The renowned street artist can not keep intellectual property rights on his work as he could not be “unquestionably” recognized as its sole owner due to his complete anonymity, a European intellectual property authority has ruled.
Barbados to remove Queen Elizabeth as head of state and become free
Barbados has announced its intention to remove Queen Elizabeth as its head of state and become a republic. "The time has come to fully leave our colonial past behind," the Caribbean island nation's government said.
Jobs 'crisis' twice as bad as previous recession
Employers in Britain are planning more than twice as many redundancies than they did at the height of the last recession, new figures show.
Can religious services still go ahead under new restrictions on gatherings?
Tomorrow, September 14, will officially see the new ‘rule of six’ come into effect across England – the government’s latest efforts to control the spread of coronavirus.
Queen 'inspired' as results of Kate's lockdown photography project go live
The Queen has spoken about how ‘inspired’ she felt by looking through pictures showing life in lockdown submitted by members of the public.
More than 60 MPs sign letter calling for partners to be allowed at births
More than 60 MPs are calling for NHS trusts to lift the ban on partners being bedside during births.
London VCs launch joint initiative to expand funding opportunities for underrepresented founders
A group of U.K.-based VCs have come together to create a new virtual pitching event designed to address the problems with the current startup ecosystem that can lead to inequalities and “warm intros” made only between privileged classes ...
British student, 21, secures million-dollar book deal in US
A British-Nigerian student has secured a seven-figure book deal with a US publisher for her debut thriller at the age of just 21.
Queen to resume royal engagements at Buckingham Palace in October
She will travel to Sandringham with Prince Philip next week, before returning to Windsor in October.
Assange's extradition trial to the United States resumed in London
A London court resumed the trial on Monday to decide whether the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange , should be extradited to the United States, which wants to try him for espionage in a case that his defenders denounce as key to press...
Can pay, won't pay: how Windsor became the tax-dodging capital of the UK
A new analysis of all 279 areas in the country shows the jolly nice Berkshire town has the highest concentration of tax avoiders
How do I spot the symptoms of coronavirus?
A new continuous cough and fever are also symptoms but how do you know what to look for?
Britain's obsession with school uniform reinforces social divisions
Other countries don’t feel the need to strip children of their individuality
What now for Britain's economy – a new direction, or business as usual?
The coronavirus crisis provides an opportunity to stop two centuries of decline. But that’s going to take a lot of courage
UK: Teacher 'had sex with pupil, 15, in field and sent him topless photos'
A married teacher had sex with a 15-year-old pupil in a field then sent him topless photos which were passed between classmates, a court heard.
Man, 90, learns to hold funeral prayers on Zoom
A man who helps grieving Hindu families has been holding prayers and ceremonies over the internet during the coronavirus lockdown.
Tech stocks slide as Wall Street goes into reverse
Stocks on Wall Street went into reverse on Thursday as shares in the five biggest US companies tumbled.
Technology and The ‘New Normal’: London Showcases How Tech Will Help Navigate Our Fast Evolving World
London Tech Week 2020 launches this week showcasing the best of global tech and how it will play a crucial role in helping us navigate the challenges facing our changing world.
Cleaner sent £90,000 by charity in error let 'temptation' get the better off her
A cleaner who received an unexpected £90,000 from a charity let ‘temptation’ get the better of her, a court has hard.
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