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article 02 September 2015 UK
Rebekah Brooks (Reuters)
Rebekah Brooks returns as Murdoch newspaper chief

Rebekah Brooks is appointed chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's News UK, a year after being cleared of phone hacking charges.

article 02 September 2015 UK
News
Rise in number of zero-hours workers

The number of workers on zero-hours contracts increases by almost a fifth to 744,000, amid Labour claims that the government is allowing a culture of job insecurity to spread.

article 28 August 2015 UK
News
HSBC IT glitch leads to payday moans

Some 275,000 payments, including salaries, are delayed before the bank holiday weekend because of a glitch in HSBC's IT systems.

article 26 August 2015 UK
News
Cosmetic chain Lush accused of 'insulting' Londoners

The high street shop Lush, has been accused of 'insulting' residents in London after releasing a new fragrance called Lavender Hill Mob 'inspired by' the 2011 London riots.

article 25 August 2015 World, China
News
Chinese stocks swing for a second day

Asian markets experience a turbulent start to Tuesday as Chinese stocks tumbled for a second day, following 'Black Monday'.

article 24 August 2015 UK, China
News
'Black Monday': markets plunge over China fears

The Chinese government's failure to take action sparks panic across global stock markets, with the FTSE 100 dipping to its lowest level since January 2013.

article 21 August 2015 UK, United States
News
Geoff White by Ashley Madison fallout: blackmail risk

Doctors, secondary school teachers and charity workers are among the paying customers of infidelity dating website Ashley Madison now at serious risk of blackmail after the site was hacked.

article 12 August 2015 UK
News
Night Tube start date expected to be delayed

The start date for the new all-night Tube in London is expected to be delayed as the network gears up for another round of strikes.

post 11 August 2015
Read more from Siobhan Kennedy Google: is it at risk of going against its own 'don't be evil' mantra?

Does bigger always equal better? Or should we beware a Google with ever sprawling tentacles?