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Deutsche Bank cuts 250 JOBS with ‘hundreds more at risk’ as securities unit slumps
DEUTSCHE BANK has started to cut 250 jobs globally as the German bank faces growing pressure to restore profits in its investment banking unit.
yesterday 21:53
Industrial City University bosses ‘bullied staff into breaking strikes’
Management threatened lecturers with huge legal bills if they continue with action
yesterday 21:17
Tory MP deletes Corbyn spy claim after threat of legal action
The Tory vice-chair for youth backtracks as a security minister is accused of comparing Jeremy Corbyn to double agent Kim Philby.
yesterday 21:17
UKIP FINISHED? Pro-Brexit party to lose last council just days after Henry Bolton sacking
UKIP is set to lose the only council it controls just days after leader Henry Bolton was sacked as the party lurches towards a fresh crisis.
yesterday 20:50
Donald Trump ‘supportive’ to new gun control law after Florida shooting
DONALD Trump “supports” the idea of improved background checks on gun ownership after the gun control debate resurfaced in the wake of the Florida shooting.
yesterday 19:47
'The EU can f*** off!' Hartley-Brewer EXPLODES in rant over Brussels' Brexit bill demands
JULIA HARTLEY-BREWER told the European Union to “f*** off” in a furious rant over Brussels’ demand for the so-called Brexit divorce bill as negotiations rumble on.
yesterday 19:47
Industrial City University bosses ‘bullied staff into breaking strikes’
Management threatened lecturers with huge legal bills if they continue with action
yesterday 19:11
Turkey has no right to invade Syria under the pretext of fighting ‘terrorists’

TURKEY has no right to invade Syria in pursuit of “terrorists” or to threaten Damascus if it fails to clear Afrin province of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG).

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s regime has been up to its neck in dirty deals with terrorists ever since,

yesterday 19:11
Cyclone Kelvin update: Tropical storm SMASHES Australia – where is it now?
TROPICAL Cyclone Kelvin battered Western Australia on Sunday with heavy rains, flood alerts and power shortages. But where is the raging weather front now?
yesterday 18:44
President’s Day 2018: Presidents of the United States past and present IN PICTURES
THE United States celebrates President’s Day today as the nation remembers Presidential leaders of past and present. Incredible images show all of the Presidents' of the United States past and present.
yesterday 18:44
Ex-football coach Barry Bennell called 'devil incarnate' as he is jailed for abuse
The serial paedophile is branded "sheer evil" by a judge as he is jailed for 30 years for sexually abusing 12 boys.
yesterday 18:08
Scottish shaman kept owl heads in jam jars and sold bird parts in bizarre pagan shop

A self-styled wizard has admitted illegally keeping owl heads in jam jars and other bird limbs for a business targeting other pagans.

Police raided the Inverness home of Gordon Taylor and found items including a buzzard's wing, a pendant made from a tawny owl's foot, and two barn owl heads

yesterday 17:56
Scots mum gave birth to shock baby minutes after fearing she had burst appendix

A mum-of-four has revealed how she rushed to the bathroom in pain, fearing she had a burst appendix and moments later gave birth to a surprise baby girl.

It was just over a year since Charlene Fullerton, 32 - who was on the Pill - and her warehouse worker partner, Steven Fraser, 34, had

yesterday 17:56
‘Christianity is Europe’s last hope’ Hungary's Orban attacks EU borders
HUNGARY’S Prime Minister Viktor Orban has claimed “Christianity is Europe's last hope” in a fiery speech in which he also took aim at “politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris” over migration.
yesterday 17:41
Spain's De Guindos to be ECB vice-president

Spanish finance minister Luis de Guindos will become vice president of the European Central Bank (ECB) later this year, after his sole rival stepped down on Monday (19 February).

De Guindos' candidacy was secure even before a Eurogroup meeting of eurozone finance ministers in Brussels,

yesterday 17:20
Cyclone Gita path LIVE updates: Tropical storm to DESTROY New Zealand with huge waves
CYCLONE Gita is set to batter New Zealand with ferocious gales and huge sea surges as waves over 6metres tall are expected to flood the coastline. Here are the latest updates about the tropical storm’s path.
yesterday 16:38
Campbell revamps iconic New Labour slogan with warning to Remainers to show 'HUMILITY'
ALASTAIR CAMPBELL revamped an iconic New Labour slogan with a bold pitch for fellow Remainers to show more "humility" towards the millions of Britons who voted for Brexit.
yesterday 16:38
Snow forecast MAP: Where will it snow in the UK? Latest maps reveal forecast
WINTER is making a dramatic return to UK shores this week with a blast of Siberian winds made possible through high pressure hanging over the country, but does the drop in temperature mean snowfall? Here are the latest snow maps which reveal this week’s forecast.
yesterday 16:38
EU on the BRINK as Netherlands REFUSE to pay more to plug Brexit blackhole
BRUSSELS chiefs face a desperate and lengthy battle with EU member governments as they count the financial cost of the UK leaving the bloc as the Netherlands became the latest member to refuse to pay more to plug the budget blackhole left by Brexit.
yesterday 16:38
Football sex abuse: Who is Barry Bennell?
Barry Bennell has been found guilty of 43 charges of historical child sexual abuse. His conviction is the first since allegations of sexual abuse in football began to surface in 2016. So who is he?
yesterday 16:20
BREAKING: Paedo footie coach JAILED for 31 years and blasted 'devil incarnate'
FORMER football coach Barry Bennell has been jailed for 31 years for abusing 12 young footballers between 1979 and 1991.
yesterday 15:44
New British party inspired by Macron seeks to overturn Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - A new British party inspired by French President Emmanuel Macron’s movement launched a campaign on Monday to thwart Brexit by convincing MPs to block any EU withdrawal deal Prime Minister Theresa May can strike.

With just over 13 months left until Britain is due

yesterday 15:41
'You pay or we cut off machine’ Briton dies on holiday as family 'could not pay £7k bill'
A BRITON died while on holiday in Egypt after hospital staff turned off his life support machine because his family could not pay a £7,000 bill, an inquest heard.
yesterday 15:35
EU plot to bolster defence co-operation rattles US and 'risks weakening NATO'
A EUROPEAN defence force risks weakening NATO and driving a wedge between the EU and USA, senior officials have warned.
yesterday 15:35
BREXIT BLOCKERS: UK Remainers inspired by MACRON launch NEW political party to STOP Brexit
A NEW British political party inspired by French President Emmanuel Macron's rise to power has launched a national electoral campaign aimed at stopping Brexit.
yesterday 15:35
'Devil incarnate' Barry Bennell sentenced to 31 years
Ex-football coach Barry Bennell has been jailed for 31 years at Liverpool Crown Court for 50 counts of child sexual abuse.
yesterday 15:17
UK weather forecast: Will Britain experience a winter freeze? When will temperatures fall?
FREEZING cold winds look set to dominate this week’s UK weather forecast and even into March as the country experiences a Sudden Stratospheric Warming. Will Britain experience a winter freeze? And when will temperatures plummet?
yesterday 14:32
Hungary on WARPATH: Bulgarian PM meets Orban in bid to defuse EU tension as FRACTURES form
FIREBRAND Hungarian leader Viktor Orban is meeting his Bulgarian counterpart Bokyo Borisov to discuss the nation’s deteriorating relationship with the European Union.
yesterday 14:32
National Love Your Pet Day: 5 of the best gifts for your four-legged friend

February 20th is National Love Your Pet Day, so you might want to buy a small (or large) token of your appreciation, whether it's a cat or a dog, we've got you covered.

You and your beloved moggy will have hours of fun with this cat-wand. The toy is stuffed with cat-nip to keep your feline

yesterday 13:44
Pound V euro: GBP exchange rate subdued amid Guy Verhofstadt warning
THE pound remains muted against the euro this morning following a warning from a top EU official. The pound euro exchange rate is currently at around €1.129, trading close to the session’s opening levels.
yesterday 13:29
Daily News
Dangerous ‘Snapchat challenge’ to hang off motorway bridges

People have been hanging off motorway bridges as part of a dangerous ‘Snapchat challenge’.

‘Officers tonight have attended several incidents of people hanging off motorway bridges,’ Inspector Jim Jones from Greater Manchester Police tweeted.

‘Those

today 22:35
Jeremy Corbyn threatens to sue Tory MP over claim he sold secrets to spies

Jeremy Corbyn threatened to sue a Conservative MP over an online claim he sold British secrets to ‘Communist spies’.

The Labour leader instructed solicitors to tell Mansfield MP Ben Bradley to take down the ‘libelous’ tweet or face legal action.

The warning

today 22:35
Girl, 12, has phone stolen in 'horrific' mugging
The victim was attacked by a man as she left a shop in Derby, having run an errand for her mother.
today 22:20
Thug who escaped jail for sickening one-punch KO to be DEPORTED after uproar
A COWARDLY yob who escaped jail for punching a teenager unconscious is now facing deportation.
today 22:02
KFC CHAOS: More than 700 restaurants STILL closed with chicken shortages
FRIED chicken fans are being starved of their favourite meals as hundreds of branches remain closed.
today 22:02
Naked couple having sex in car ‘SUFFOCATE to death after leaving engine on’
A COUPLE found naked and dead in a car are believed to have suffocated after turning the engine on to keep warm during sex.
today 22:02
Three men arrested for CANNIBALISM after ‘eating victim's lip and ear in brawl'
THREE men have been arrested for cannibalising a man in a brutal attack – accused of eating pieces of their victim's ear and lower lip.
today 22:02
Pervert Brit grandad ordered child-sized 'flat-chested' sex doll as 'bed companion'
A PERVERT who imported a child-sized sex doll as a “bed companion” and had 300 child abuse images has been jailed.
today 22:02
Is YOUR car one of MILLIONS recalled – putting you at risk of a £2,500 fine?
BRIT motorists are being warned they are risking a £2,500 fine as they could be driving one of millions of cars on an outstanding safety recall.
today 22:02
‘This is where I slept with him’ Shock video as Chloe Ayling returns to ‘kidnapper's lair'
BRIT model Chloe Ayling returned to the cottage where she was allegedly held captive in a video presented to the court during the trial of her alleged kidnapper.
today 22:02
KFC staff caught ‘SMUGGLING raw chicken into restaurant’ during closure crisis
STAFF at a KFC branch in the UK have been “caught on camera” allegedly smuggling raw chicken into a restaurant.
today 22:02
Teacher who had sex with pupil while her HUSBAND was upstairs ends up in jail AGAIN
A TEACHER who had sex with a pupil while her husband and children were upstairs has been sentenced to another four years in prison.
today 22:02
Doom planet Nibiru will hit ‘THIS YEAR’ as doomsayers prepare for apocalypse
MYTHICAL planet Nibiru will appear this year and trigger an apocalypse – it has sensationally been claimed.
today 22:02
EVIL parents who tortured baby so badly its LEGS needed amputating jailed
THE parents of a baby boy who abused and tortured him so badly that both his legs needed amputating have each been jailed for 10 years.
today 22:02
Violent pupils cost taxpayers £600k in compensation for teacher assaults
VIOLENT pupils have cost taxpayers more than £600,000 in payouts to injured teachers in two years.
today 22:02
Theresa May made This Morning's Philip Schofield 'look like Paxman' in car crash interview
THERESA May was ridiculed for making This Morning’s Philip Schofield “look like Jeremy Paxman” in another bungled telly interview.
today 22:02
Pep Guardiola sees RED MIST as insider pictures show tunnel FIGHT during Wigan vs Man City
PEP GUARDIOLA was involved in a furious tunnel bust-up with Wigan manager Paul Cook.
yesterday 21:53
Latest news from Great Britain
today 22:35 'Marcella' Series 2 Episode 1 Review: 13 Questions The ITV Drama's Return Has Left Us With
today 22:35 Dangerous ‘Snapchat challenge’ to hang off motorway bridges
today 22:35 Jeremy Corbyn threatens to sue Tory MP over claim he sold secrets to spies
today 22:20 Girl, 12, has phone stolen in 'horrific' mugging
today 22:02 Thug who escaped jail for sickening one-punch KO to be DEPORTED after uproar
today 22:02 KFC CHAOS: More than 700 restaurants STILL closed with chicken shortages
today 22:02 Naked couple having sex in car ‘SUFFOCATE to death after leaving engine on’
today 22:02 Three men arrested for CANNIBALISM after ‘eating victim's lip and ear in brawl'
today 22:02 Pervert Brit grandad ordered child-sized 'flat-chested' sex doll as 'bed companion'
today 22:02 Is YOUR car one of MILLIONS recalled – putting you at risk of a £2,500 fine?
today 22:02 ‘This is where I slept with him’ Shock video as Chloe Ayling returns to ‘kidnapper's lair'
today 22:02 KFC staff caught ‘SMUGGLING raw chicken into restaurant’ during closure crisis
today 22:02 Teacher who had sex with pupil while her HUSBAND was upstairs ends up in jail AGAIN
today 22:02 Doom planet Nibiru will hit ‘THIS YEAR’ as doomsayers prepare for apocalypse
today 22:02 EVIL parents who tortured baby so badly its LEGS needed amputating jailed
today 22:02 Violent pupils cost taxpayers £600k in compensation for teacher assaults
today 22:02 Theresa May made This Morning's Philip Schofield 'look like Paxman' in car crash interview
yesterday 21:53 Pep Guardiola sees RED MIST as insider pictures show tunnel FIGHT during Wigan vs Man City
yesterday 21:53 Apple cider vinegar can help boost digestion - nine other foods to improve gut health
yesterday 21:53 Strictly Come Dancing: Debbie McGee MOCKED by colleagues over bond with Giovanni Pernice
yesterday 21:53 Kate and Countess of Wessex BOTH wear BLACK as they host Commonwealth Fashion Exchange
yesterday 21:53 Justin Trudeau ignored? Canadian prime minister ‘snubbed’ on India visit
yesterday 21:53 Asteroid to skim past Earth this week: When will Asteroid 2017 DR109 pass Earth?
yesterday 21:53 Cryptocurrencies 'could drop to near ZERO' warns Ethereum co-founder
yesterday 21:53 Is 'Czexit' coming? Czech businesses fearing Brexit-style EU referendum
yesterday 21:53 Deutsche Bank cuts 250 JOBS with ‘hundreds more at risk’ as securities unit slumps
yesterday 21:32 CCTV shows girl, 12, shoved to the ground for her iPhone
yesterday 21:17 Industrial City University bosses ‘bullied staff into breaking strikes’
yesterday 21:17 Senior Brexiteers absent from meeting with EU's chief negotiator
yesterday 21:17 Police officer accused of taking the biscuits
yesterday 21:17 Tory MP deletes Corbyn spy claim after threat of legal action
yesterday 20:59 Kids run for their lives as volcano erupts and blows 5KM ash cloud in apocalyptic video
yesterday 20:59 Woman charged over 'couldn't give a s***' note on ambulance
yesterday 20:59 Police officer criticised over tragic Poppi Worthington case gets top job
yesterday 20:59 Pervert Brit grandad ordered child-sized 'flat-chested' sex doll as 'bed companion'
yesterday 20:59 Is YOUR car one of MILLIONS recalled – putting you at risk of a £2,500 fine?
yesterday 20:59 From video refs to speed skating rows, here’s how to keep decisions simple
yesterday 20:50 Antonio Conte reveals Chelsea tactics in plan to stop Barcelona and Lionel Messi
yesterday 20:50 Martin Lewis: The best junior ISAs and bank accounts when saving for children explained
yesterday 20:50 Marcella season 2: Anna Friel flashes BOTTOM in risque throwbacks ahead of ITV return
yesterday 20:50 Tooth 1,000 years old 'shows first natives to meet Columbus have descendants in Caribbean'
yesterday 20:50 Mummified baby orangutan makes miracle recovery – you won't believe how he looks now
yesterday 20:50 WATCH: The heartbreaking moment blind dog is freed from squalid cage
yesterday 20:50 Tory MP reveals THE key fact that has EU 'WORRIED' about Brexit after Barnier meeting
yesterday 20:50 Schoolchildren 'BRAINWASHED' by left-wing teachers, warns latest Ukip leader Gerard Batten
yesterday 20:50 UKIP FINISHED? Pro-Brexit party to lose last council just days after Henry Bolton sacking
yesterday 20:29 Tory MP Ben Bradley Deletes Jeremy Corbyn 'Communist Spies' Tweet After Legal Threat From Labour Leader
yesterday 20:29 Walker dies after slipping 800ft down Welsh mountain
yesterday 20:14 Liam Colgan: Hamburg CCTV images give fresh hope for missing man's family
yesterday 20:14 Man denies 'careless driving' caused teen's death in Ferrari F50 crash
Editorials
Jeremy Corbyn is getting better at command and control – but he can’t escape his old promises
The problem is that effective politics is rarely kind or gentle.
yesterday 18:26
Technology can change the world – provided we have a measure of democracy, too
You could say we need a technological revolution for the many, not the few. 
yesterday 17:23
It might be a pseudo science, but students take the threat of eugenics seriously
Today’s white nationalists and neo-Nazis make extensive use of racist pseudo-science to bolster their political arguments.
yesterday 16:20
“They are leaving at an alarming rate”: European NHS workers on the winter crisis, austerity, and Brexit’s impact
“It’s a house of cards, and we’re getting closer and closer to the point where it’s all going to collapse.”
yesterday 16:20
Can Britain’s new powers to investigate unexplained wealth prevent real-life McMafias?
The government is waking up to the fact that global criminals are fond of London. 
yesterday 16:20
Can Benjamin Netanyahu survive? How cigars could bring down Israel’s biggest political fighter
After a brief first term, the conservative politician has learned how to hold onto power. 
yesterday 15:17
Why is there always an economic crisis of some sort?
Unlike liberal economists, Marxists explore the primary role of internal contradictions within the capitalist economy. The MARX MEMORIAL LIBRARY explains why
yesterday 11:50
Brexit: In Guinness veritas

VO

In December last year, Theresa May announced she wanted to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and the UK at all costs. This marked phase one of the negotiations, but has raised many Irish eyebrows. Relations between Northern Ireland, Ireland and the UK are hanging by a thread.

yesterday 11:35
Tackling tuition fees may not be the vote-winner the government is hoping for
In theory, Theresa May is right to try to match Labour’s policy. But could it work?
yesterday 11:05
Forget the Italian election – here’s the eurozone power shift you really need to fear

Italy is having an election on 4 March.

It’s likely to be messy. Given that Italy is one of the biggest and most-troubled economies in the eurozone, that has some people worried.

I’m going to stick my neck out a bit, but here’s my suggestion: you don’t have to worry about

yesterday 10:29
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