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Campaigners rebuff government claims that GCSE arts uptake is on the rise  Creative education campaigners have cautioned against the government’s claims that arts subjects are on the rise at GCSE, arguing that a spike
Meet the Dubliner leading the bourbon revival in Kentucky  Wild Geese: Conor O’Driscoll heads up one of the biggest bourbon distilleries in the world
Payday lenders targeting students heading off to university offering loans charging up 1,294% interest  PAYDAY lenders and brokers are targeting university students ahead of the new academic year with short-term loans that...
August Bank Holiday opening hours: When are UK supermarkets open this weekend?  THE August bank holiday is nearly upon us and knowing your local supermarkets’ opening hours could be a good idea. Here is what you need to know...
Seven eco-friendly brands on your doorstep to switch your shop to  Shopping sustainably is a growing social trend – but the Amazon rainforest fires have been a timely reminder of why it is so important.
From checkpoint to counterpoint: on tour with the Palestine Youth Orchestra  Most international musicians would baulk at the notion of a two-day journey to final rehearsals past military checkpoints on alert for weapons...
Business owner claims town centre has moved to trading estates as new warehouse opens  A business owner has said town centres are in a state of flux as he opened his first warehouse, giving his Internet firm and Norfolk home.
More than 100,000 Royal Mail workers to vote on strike in war over job security  Members of the Communication Workers Union (CWU) will vote from September 24 - with the strike likely in October
S African group Old Mutual fires chief for second time  Peter Moyo was previously sacked in June but court had declared it void
Can I make a PPI claim for a deceased relative? Yes, and here's how to do it  Within the UK, £33billion worth of PPI has already been repaid and with the deadline - August 29 2019 - fast approaching, individuals with executor...
Fed's Harker says does not see case for additional stimulus: CNBC  Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Patrick Harker said on Thursday that he does not see the case for additional stimulus.
Sterling rises on optimistic Merkel comments  Traders encouraged by comments despite lack of concrete progress
Ford names new president for China joint venture to deepen alliance amid falling sales  Ford Motor Co on Thursday named Steven Armstrong president of the Changan Ford joint venture in China to deepen the alliance and push for...
Man explains why he chose to take his entire salary in Bitcoin  According to the Bank of England, Bitcoin isn't a currency - but that didn't stop Zakk Lakin choosing to be paid in it and nothing else. This is what life...
China blames Canada for difficulties in relationship, demands Huawei executive be freed  China's embassy in Canada said on Thursday that bilateral ties were suffering "gross difficulties," and demanded Ottawa free ...
Asda opening and closing hours for August Bank Holiday Monday  AVOID a wasted trip to Asda this August bank holiday by making sure you know your local stores opening times before you set off. Here’s all the info you need to...
Lidl opening and closing hours for August Bank Holiday Monday  If you have big plans for this August bank holiday, you can make sure you’ll be able to get everything you need by checking the opening times of your nearest Lidl...
Sectors dominated by multinationals growing at faster rate than others - CSO  Growth of almost 4% in economy when activities of multinationals is excluded
Volkswagen not interested in buying Tesla stake  Volkswagen said on Thursday it was not interested in taking a stake in Tesla , denying a media report that CEO Herbert Diess wanted to buy shares in the U.S. company to access...
Mothercare sale includes a car seat with £100 off  PARENTS may want to head to Mothercare as the retailer’s launched a baby sale – and it includes a car seat with £100 off. Shoppers can also save up to 50 per cent on items...
Sterling rises on optimistic Merkel comments  Pound shot higher on hopes that a Brexit deal could still be within reach
Italian debt rallies as coalition government falls  Investors relaxed about end of alliance and bet on resumption of ECB bond-buying stimulus
Mediaset files complaint against Vivendi with Italy watchdog  Mediaset has filed a complaint with Italy's market watchdog, accusing shareholder Vivendi of leaking information with a view to scuppering its corporate...
Dunfermline plays host to Amazon Academy event  More than 200 small business owners and entrepreneurs from across Scotland attended the 2019 Amazon Academy this week, which was held in Dunfermline for the first time.
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