Monday, September 25, 2017

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Business

Super savers: meet the coupon queen and the cashback king

Holly Smith: online bargain-hunting led to life as a full-time coupon queen It has been four years since Great Yarmouth resident Smith, 32, paid full price for anything at the supermarket. “It all started...

NFL players kneel for anthem in unprecedented defiance of Trump

NFL players staged an unprecedented wave of protest on Sunday, beginning at Wembley Stadium in London, as Donald Trump maintained his attack on players who kneel in protest against the national anthem. It was...

Labour to outline plans to fight debt crisis

Labour is unveiling a pledge at its conference to help families trapped by massive credit card debts by introducing a cap on interest payments. ...

Maria is still churning toward the US east coast

Story highlightsCurrent forecasts show Maria brushing North Carolina's coast Wednesday morningMaria weakened to a Category 2 storm Sunday, with sustained winds of about 105 miles per hourNorth Carolina may bear the worst of...

Uber could stay on road if it changes, says Labour

Uber could stay on the road if it met the "reasonable" demands set out by Transport for London, senior Labour frontbencher Diane Abbott has said. ...

Parsons Green suspect's foster parents are shell shocked, says son

The foster parents who looked after the prime suspect in the Parsons Green terror attack have been left shell shocked by the ordeal, their son has said. Penny Jones, 71, and her husband Ron,...

Carlyle lights up race for tobacco giant P&H

A buyout firm‎ is edging closer to a rescue deal for the tobacco supplier Palmer & Harvey (P&H) that would preserve thousands of jobs. ...

Carillion lenders prepare £800m debt deal

A pack of UK banks have drafted in advisers to steer them through a financial restructuring at Carillion, the troubled support services group. ...

Why the German elections matter to the rest of the world

Here's why you should pay attention.Germany is one of America's staunchest allies. But German Chancellor Angela Merkel is NOT a fan of US President Donald Trump (remember the tense no-handshake during her White...

Sky Data Poll: Over half of Britons back Uber

More than half of the British public think Uber should be allowed to operate in the UK, an exclusive Sky Data poll reveals. ...

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John le Carré on Trump: ‘Something seriously bad is happening’

John le Carré, one of Britain’s greatest living writers, has spoken of the “toxic” parallels between the rise of Donald Trump and the...