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Trump businesses making millions from political and taxpayer spending – report 16 Apr 2:28pm Trump businesses making millions from political and taxpayer spending – report
Report finds Trump’s businesses have raked in $15.1m from political groups and federal agencies in ‘pattern of personal self-enrichment’ Donald Trump’s US businesses have raked in $15.1m in revenue from political groups and federal agencies since he began his run for the presidency, according to a report released on Monday. For
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EU moves to bring in whistleblower protection law 16 Apr 1:49pm EU moves to bring in whistleblower protection law
Proponents say tax avoidance and emissions scandals show need for special legal status Employees who blow the whistle on corporate tax avoidance or cheating on product standards would be entitled to special legal status under a draft EU law. The European commission will next week propose legislation that intends to protect whistleblowers. Recent scandals have exposed the limited help available for people seeking to expose corporate behaviour in the public interest.
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Bitcoin tools could make finance system safer, says IMF boss 16 Apr 1:17pm Bitcoin tools could make finance system safer, says IMF boss
Christine Lagarde believes revisiting crypto-assets could ‘harness gains and avoid pitfalls’ The advance of bitcoin and other digital currencies could make the global financial system safer despite the prospect of “inevitable” accidents waiting to happen, the head of the
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Is it time for a Lasting Power of Attorney? 16 Apr 10:49am Updated Is it time for a Lasting Power of Attorney?
Our parents are getting frail so any guidance on how to go about this would be much appreciated
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Pound climbs to second-highest level since Brexit vote – as it happened 16 Apr 9:49am Pound climbs to second-highest level since Brexit vote – as it happened
Sterling rises above $1.43 ahead of key UK data this week, while rouble stabilises following steep drop earlier. Markets tense after western air strikes on Syria and ahead of anticipated new US sanctions against Russia
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Pound climbs to second-highest level since Brexit vote – business live 16 Apr 9:27am Updated Pound climbs to second-highest level since Brexit vote – business live
Sterling rises above $1.43 ahead of key UK data this week, while rouble stabilises following steep drop earlier. Markets tense after western air strikes on Syria and ahead of anticipated new US sanctions against Russia
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Aga saga: why did the cooker firm give me such poor service? 16 Apr 9:19am Aga saga: why did the cooker firm give me such poor service?
As a loyal customer of 20 years I feel let down over costs and a needless ‘health check’
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Russian rouble and stocks slide on sanction fears, oil extends losses – business live 16 Apr 8:11am Updated Russian rouble and stocks slide on sanction fears, oil extends losses – business live
Washington expected to announce new sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s support for Damascus; markets tense after western strikes on Syria. Sterling rises above $1.43
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Car insurance prices fall for first time since 2014 amid whiplash crackdown 16 Apr 6:37am Car insurance prices fall for first time since 2014 amid whiplash crackdown
Average in the first three months of 2018 was £768, with men still paying more than women Car insurance prices have recorded their first year-on-year fall since 2014, amid reforms to whiplash payouts and a review of compensation paid to victims of motor accidents. According to comparison site Confused.com, the average premium in the first three months of 2018 was £768, down by 2%, or £13, on the same period last year. It said prices peaked in the last quarter of 2017 but have fallen 7% since then.
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Striking a new chord: musicians diversify to extend their careers 16 Apr 5:52am Striking a new chord: musicians diversify to extend their careers
Billy Bragg, Chris Difford and the Selecter’s Pauline Black among those turning to talks and books On Thursday Billy Bragg, the Jeremy Corbyn-supporting protest singer, will give a talk at the Bank of England about how to build a better society. Bragg was invited as part of an effort to “shake up” thinking at the Bank,
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JD Wetherspoon closes all social media accounts 16 Apr 5:22am Updated JD Wetherspoon closes all social media accounts
Chair Tim Martin reportedly made decision after publicity over trolling of some MPs
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I own a house that my family live in – can I keep it and buy a flat? 16 Apr 4:19am I own a house that my family live in – can I keep it and buy a flat?
I’m 29, earn £25,000 and am wondering if I could replace the mortgage with a buy-to-let loan
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European stocks open higher, oil falls as Syria fears fade – business live 16 Apr 4:13am Updated European stocks open higher, oil falls as Syria fears fade – business live
Markets tense after western strikes on Syria; Rouble and Russian stocks slide on fears of new sanctions
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European stocks to open higher, oil falls as Syria fears fade – business live 16 Apr 3:15am European stocks to open higher, oil falls as Syria fears fade – business live
Markets tense after western strikes on Syria
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Lifting the lid on poor customer service from Aga 16 Apr 2:00am Lifting the lid on poor customer service from Aga
As a loyal customer of 20 years I feel let down over costs and a needless ‘health check’
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