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Regional financial services jobs at risk from Brexit, says lobby group

Nearly two-thirds of Britain's financial services roles are currently based outside of London, laying bare the risks to thousands of regional jobs after Brexit.

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Delay Brexit if no trade deal can be struck, urge business leaders

Brexit should be delayed if a trade deal cannot be struck by the end of the two-year negotiation process, business chiefs have said.

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Tories blast Sir John Major for 'bitter and craven' criticism of Brexit strategy

Conservative Eurosceptics have attacked "bitter" and "craven" former prime minister Sir John Major over his stinging criticism of Theresa May's Brexit strategy.

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'Little future' for Ukip with Douglas Carswell in the party, says Nigel Farage

Ukip's only MP is actively trying to damage the party and must be thrown out immediately, according to Nigel Farage.

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Judge to deliver conclusions at inquest into deaths of Tunisia attack victims

Families of the Britons killed in the Tunisia terror attacks are expected to gather today in a final search for answers.

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Police chief 'calls for counselling and rehab for lower level paedophiles'

A leading child protection officer has suggested paedophiles who view indecent images should not be given criminal sanctions unless they pose a physical threat to children, according to The Times.

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McDonnell urges help for small businesses to prevent high street 'wasteland'

A £500 million emergency package of funding should be established to help high street shops facing a hike in business rates, shadow chancellor John McDonnell will tell company chiefs.

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MPs sound warning over mixed results from academy trusts

Evidence that academy chains can improve pupils' results is "limited and varied", MPs have warned.

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Government departments told to find cuts of up to 6% under £3.5bn savings plan

Whitehall departments have been told to find cuts of up to 6% under plans to shave billions off public spending, the Government has said.

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Patients dying as hospitals are 'jam-full', says doctors' report

NHS doctors' experiences of "grave pressure" they face while working in the health service have been laid bare in a new report.

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Judge to deliver conclusions at inquest into deaths of Tunisia attack victims

The families of British victims of the Tunisia terror attack are expected to gather on Tuesday to hear the final chapter of the inquest into the deaths of their loved ones.

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Tories blast Sir John Major for 'bitter and craven' criticism of Brexit strategy

Conservative Eurosceptics have attacked "bitter" and "craven" former prime minister Sir John Major over his stinging criticism of Theresa May's Brexit strategy.

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British children sent overseas faced 'unacceptable depravity', inquiry told

Vulnerable British children shipped overseas in a controversial migration programme were victims of "unacceptable depravity" including torture, sexual abuse and slavery, an inquiry has heard.

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More transparency urged in NHS over pay for agency staff

The NHS in England is spending tens of millions of pounds employing a few hundred agency staff, new figures show.

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Motorists facing hike in insurance premiums after compensation rule change

Millions of motorists are facing increased insurance premiums while the NHS will have to find an extra £1 billion following a change to the formula used to calculate compensation payouts.

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Jeremy Corbyn insists he is 'very happy' amid warning of 'soft coup' to oust him

Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he is "very happy" and Labour is moving forward, as a key ally warned a "soft coup" was under way against his leadership of the party.

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Coroner says stroke death avoidable and time lost as doctors rang hospitals

A woman died from a stroke due to a shortage of intensive care beds after doctors were left trying to "broker a deal" with other hospitals.

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We're running out of things to cut, schools chiefs tell Chancellor

Education spending must be increased to prevent staff cuts because of a "funding crisis", two teaching groups have said.

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'Controlling' man stabbed ex-girlfriend and her new partner to death, court told

A "controlling" man stabbed his ex-girlfriend and her new partner to death outside the shop where they worked, a court heard.

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Schools face cuts on pupil spending, the Institute for Fiscal Studies warns

Schools are facing the first real-terms cuts to their funding since the mid-1990s, a leading think tank has said.

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