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European migrants working in UK 'significantly higher' than official data

The number of European Union migrants working in Britain may be under-counted by hundreds of thousands in official figures, new analysis suggests.

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Police name dinghy teenager who died after sea rescue

A teenager who died after getting into trouble swimming off a dinghy in the sea has been named as Liam Hall.

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Apple tax row: Irish government should tell EU to f**k off, says Michael O'Leary

Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has weighed into the tax dispute between Apple and the European Union, saying the Irish government should write a letter to the EU telling them to "f**k off".

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Backpacker's family hail bravery of fellow Briton who died after bid to save her

The family of a British backpacker killed at an Australian hostel have hailed the bravery of a fellow Briton who died after trying to save her.

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Fake sick notes warning as software makes it easier to create convincing copy

Legal health experts have issued a warning about fake sick notes after noticing an emergence of replica doctor's letters available to buy online.

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Jeremy Corbyn in pledge to 'remove barriers to women achieving full equality'

Jeremy Corbyn is set to unveil plans to achieve gender balance across all public offices.

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Brexit offers chance to confirm UK as 'one of the great trading nations'

Brexit offers the UK the opportunity to confirm its place as "one of the great trading nations in the world", Cabinet ministers have agreed.

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Racists exploiting Brexit 'come from sewers' says MP of Pole murdered in Harlow

The MP for a town where a Polish man was killed in a possible hate crime has declared that people who use the Brexit result to pursue their personal racist agendas "literally come from the sewers".

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One in three people not seen bobby on beat in last year, poll reveals

One in three people in England and Wales has not seen a bobby on the beat in their local area in the last year, according to a major new study.

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Nineteen NHS trusts to review chemotherapy over high death rates

Nineteen hospital trusts have been told to review their cancer treatment after data showed that too many patients died within a month of receiving chemotherapy.

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Replace MPs' expenses with allowance, Labour frontbencher says

MPs should be given an allowance instead of having to claim for expenses, a Labour frontbencher has suggested.

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I would not take malaria drug Lariam, says ex-Army head

A former head of the Army has admitted he would not take a controversial anti-malarial drug as he apologised to troops who took it while under his command.

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Junior doctors propose further strikes in row over new contract

Junior doctors are proposing to go on strike for a week every month for the rest of the year as the row over a new contract being imposed on them by the Government intensifies.

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Gym Group muscles in with rise in profit and revenue

The Gym Group has continued to flex its muscles, notching up increases in profits and revenues as it cashes in on Britain's fitness boom.

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House price growth accelerates to new high in August, says Nationwide

House prices increased by 0.6% month-on-month in August to reach a new record of more than £206,000, an index has found.

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Euro 2016 helps 888 Holdings score record revenue

Online gaming firm 888 Holdings has said Euro 2016 and further expansion into the continent helped it post record revenue for the first half of the year.

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'Unacceptable level of discrimination' against pregnant women in workplace

Urgent action is needed to give pregnant women and new mothers more protection at work, after research revealed a "shocking" increase in discrimination over the past 10 years, a parliamentary report has said.

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Think-tank urges social security overhaul amid dire inequality predictions

Help provided by the Government to families in need will be worse in 2020 than it was in 2010 and will slip even further unless action is taken to overhaul the UK's social security system, a think-tank warns today.

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Businesses show flicker of confidence after post-Brexit vote slump

Business confidence has shown signs of recovery from the slump seen in the immediate aftermath of the Brexit vote, a report has revealed.

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Children as young as three 'worry about being fat or ugly'

Children as young as three are showing signs of being unhappy with their appearance and bodies, a survey of childcare professionals has suggested.

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