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By Laura Moulden Workplace pension scheme membership is at its lowest level since 1997, dropping to 46 per cent.
By Lauren Grice Child murderer Subhan Anwar has been killed in Long Lartin Prison.
By Laura Moulden The government's unpaid work schemes have been ruled unlawful following an appeal by a university student who was ordered to work for free at a Poundland
BBC journalists are set to strike on February 18th over the issue of compulsory redundancies at the corporation.
By Gerald Heneghan Senior members of the Conservative Party have urged their colleagues to back a bill that would allow same-sex marriage.
By Gerald Heneghan Barry George, who was imprisoned for eight years after being wrongly convicted of murdering TV presenter Jill Dando, has lost his bid for compensation at the
By Gerald Heneghan A worker at Stafford Hospital has been suspended after a dummy was found taped to a four-month-old baby's face.
By Gerald Heneghan Microsoft has criticised a recent ruling from the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Google's business practices as "weak".