The Brexit policy advocated by Labour deputy leader Tom Watson is gaining momentum among backbenchers, despite it being at odds with the partyʼs current position.
The Chapter 11 filing is part of a proposed $10bn settlement of legal cases alleging the company profited from the US opiod addiction epidemic.
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The pound fell after it emerged that Boris Johnson would reject any offer of a Brexit extension made by Jean-Claude Juncker.
Rightmove says it's a buyers' market as the usual 'autumn bounce' in sales after children return to school fails to materialise,
Millions of British workers miss out on basic legal rights at work like the minimum wage, holiday entitlement and payslips, according to a report.
From lying and being late to forgetting to shake the interviewer’s hand, employers reveal their pet hates in potential employees.
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Mental health and cancer charities are the most popular kind to donate money to in the UK, mostly driven by Brits’ own experiences with illness.
It can be just as unhelpful to think that a leader should not be friends with their team as it is to think that they should – so what should be the right approach?
Tim Martin said the prime minister shouldn't break law requiring him to write to the EU 'but he should try and leave.'