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The Royal Navy monitored a squadron of Russian warships as they moved through the Strait of Dover after carrying out exercises in the North Sea.

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Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has told the High Court he felt like "a performing monkey" as he built up his restaurant empire while father-in-law Christopher Hutcheson was "up to no good" in the office.

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Letter: Funding our future

Bank of England rate-setters will take the latest data into account

I read J Clift’s letter, he says politicians use shortage of money as an excuse for not fully funding services like health, education and transport. This statement is not true.


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Shop till you drop, here comes Black Friday!

Christmas shoppers on Pride Hill Shrewsbury

Shopping bags at the ready – Black Friday is almost upon us, the manic day of cut-price deals and one-off sales that is expected to see UK shoppers spend well in excess of £300 million.

Star comment: Let’s also remember the elderly


During the centenary of the Great War, the nation has shown its respects to the brave men and women who paid the ultimate price to safeguard our freedom. We have proudly remembered those who laid down their lives so that we can live in a free democracy.


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Disabled work placements urged

Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou called on firms not to overlook the talents of people with physical or learning disabilities

High profile entrepreneurs have backed a Government drive to get every British business to take on someone with a disability for a work placement next year.

Mortgage rates drop to new lows

Lenders are dropping their mortgage rates ahead of Christmas

Mortgage lenders have trimmed more of their rates down to rock bottom lows as the battle for home owners' business hots up in the run-up to Christmas.

Sales hope after Black Friday chaos

Shoppers at the Asda store in Wembley take advantage of its Black Friday offers

Britain's retailers are hoping for further strong sales over the weekend after the frenzy of Black Friday saw crowds of thousands descend on stores.