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: David Taylor tells an Indonesian court he thought he might die during a fight with a policeman.
: An inquiry was launched after receptionist Nicola Thorp was sent home for refusing to wear high heels.
: Scottish poet Robert Burns loved haggis so much he wrote a poem to it.
: Men and women carrying out walking and language tasks at same time show unexpected gender differences.
: Understanding how neurotic people's brains work could lead to better treatments for anxiety in the future.
: While 29% of exporting small firms believe exports would decline amid Brexit, 20% expect it to increase.
: Parliamentary report into workplace dress codes finds 'troubling' experiences suffered by female staff
: If you're involved in a family fallout involving children or money and want to avoid a costly court process then speak to Beecham Peacock  
: A survey by the Federation of Small Businesses says almost a third of its exporting members fear a drop in trade
: Protecting your assets with a 'pre-nup' is a sensible thing to do says Jonathan Flower, who is partner and head of family law at Ward...
: BREXIT was fuelled by increasing voter distrust of politicians and a decline in the quality of democracy, a survey has found.
: PERSONALTY is partly determined by the shape of our brains, a new study has found.
: A REPORT that murdered MP Jo Cox was working on before her death that warns Britain must not shy away from military action has been published.
: FORMER model Gina Miller left the Supreme Court yesterday flanked by minders following the expensive legal farce that will not derail Brexit – but will keep...
: REMAIN campaigners plotting a last-ditch attempt to block Brexit were warned last night that the will of the British people will prevail.
: As Labour leads a debate in Parliament on Britain's prison crisis, Shadow Justice Secretary Richard Burgon blames the Tory 'obsession with cuts'
: Daniel Day-Lewis goes native
: As RadioTimescom previously reported, the satire will be returning later this year
: Baron the Clydesdale horse was one of two models for the Kelpies along with Duke and Andy Scott has paid tribute after the 19-year-old ...
: The impressive venue, located next door to intu Trafford Centre, held the World Snooker championships and Muslim Lifestyle show in 2016
: Authorities criticised after taking three days to confirm Saskatchewan province spillage.
: Anna Dove looks at the landmark buildings occupied by The Scotsman for the past two centuries
: On this title’s 200th anniversary, it’s time to celebrate its remarkable story says Donald Walker
: London will host the biggest Chinese New Year celebration outside of Asia.
: Children and young people need to be taught to wash their hands properly in a bid to cut down the risk of infection, a watchdog has warned.
: A raft of fee increases at Leeds’s council-managed car parks are expected to be signed off next month, leading to fears of a “tipping point” effect ...
: The former soap actress won her seat in a by-election in October, after the murder of the Labour MP.  In October, Tracy Brabin was elected...
: DONALD Trump is expected to sign several executive orders including which will limit the amount of refugees and immigrants from some...
: Three out of five Parliamentary staff were stressed and one in five had been bullied, according to research by Unite
: At the moment only 5% of patients live that long, and each year in the UK 8,800 people die of the disease
: The call comes after the case of  London receptionist Nicola Thorp, who was sent home by finance giant PwC on no pay for refusing to wear “2in to 4in heels
: You're invited to join Oracle's Chuck Hollis in four discussions, each approaching the enterprise IT cloud challenge from a different...
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