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Hundreds of well-wishers watched the Queen and other members of the Royal Family arrive at church for the Christmas Day service at Sandringham. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the service – on the Queen’s estate in Norfolk – with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Prince Charles. However the Duchess of […]

Japan’s main stock market index has plunged, reflecting traders’ worries following a slide on Wall Street. The Nikkei closed down 5% on Tuesday, its worst finish since April 2017. Indexes in Shanghai, Bangkok and Taiwan also fell. Investors have been concerned about President Trump’s dispute with the US central bank chief and another government shutdown. […]

Beyonce and Jay-Z perform during ‘On The Run II Tour’ on June 19, 2018 in Amsterdam Arena in Netherlands. The year’s top 10 tours are up 25 percent year-over-year, with nearly all of them breaking the $100 million mark. The biggest mistake that StubHub made in recent memory was putting out a year-end list in […]

British businesses have criticised politicians for focusing on in-fighting rather than preparing for Brexit, warning that there is not enough time to prepare for a no-deal scenario. With 100 days to go before the UK leaves the EU, the groups say firms have been “watching in horror” at the ongoing rows within Westminster. The cabinet […]

A change in how student loans are recorded in the public finances will add £12bn to the deficit, following an Office for National Statistics ruling. The amount expected not to be repaid, which could be 45% of lending, will be reclassified as public spending. Student loans will now significantly push up the UK’s deficit – […]

Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a motion of no confidence in Theresa May, after she said MPs would not vote on her Brexit deal until the week of 14 January. The PM had delayed the vote from last week, admitting she was set to lose. She told the Commons on Monday the EU had since made […]

Holding another referendum on the EU would “break faith with the British people”, Theresa May will warn MPs. Former PMs John Major and Tony Blair are among those urging a new referendum if MPs cannot agree on a way forward. But the prime minister will argue that it would do “irreparable damage to the integrity […]


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