Investment banks pledge to help City of London retain top status in wake of Brexit vote

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University of Tennessee reaches $2.48m settlement in sexual assault lawsuit

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10 best eye shadows for summer

10 best eye shadows for summer The spring summer 2016 catwalk was awash with colour on the eyes. From tropical brights, to metallic shimmering bronze, choose from our pick of the best tones and textures. 1. RMK Color Performance Eyes in 03: £29, Look Fantastic Diane von Furstenberg’s spring summer show included Studio 54 inspired…

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10 best outdoor lanterns

10 best outdoor lanterns Outdoor lanterns are the finishing element for cosy nights spent outside. Candlelight is the classic way to create some magic in the garden for dinners or parties, but LED lanterns are becoming more popular for their practicality and long life. Glass, metal, ceramic and bamboo options all feature in our list,…

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10 Spanish Menswear Brands You Need To Know

10 Spanish Menswear Brands You Need To Know Spain has proven itself as so much more than a hot country for Brits to flock to each summer, with its carefree yet refined eye for style making the European land a real menswear contender in recent years. So, put aside your tourist vision of Irish pubs,…

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How to spice up your summer suppers with Korean influences

How to spice up your summer suppers with Korean influences It’s oh-so easy to fall into a cooking rut. We all do it. You find yourself time pressed and whip up the same dish again and again. Sure they loved your tuna surprise the first hundred times you made it but now it’s greeted with…

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Brexit: the industries that will be hit hardest if EU migrants are forced to leave the UK

Brexit: the industries that will be hit hardest if EU migrants are forced to leave the UK Workers from the EU are allowed to continue to work in the UK for the two years of Brexit negotiations Getty Images Food production, agiculture and mining are some of the UK industries that may be fundamentally changed…

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10 best home fitness equipment

10 best home fitness equipment It’s easy to decide that your New Year’s resolution is to improve your fitness – sticking with it is the part where most people falter. And when gym memberships are a considerable outgoing, and the weather outside is so cold, it’s not hard to see why. Investing in some home fitness equipment is…

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Chilcot report: If there’s one word to describe the UK’s approach to military action in Iraq, it’s ‘amateurism’

Chilcot report: If there’s one word to describe the UK’s approach to military action in Iraq, it’s ‘amateurism’ The British involvement in the Iraq War began as an ill-considered demonstration of strength in alliance with the US and ended up six years later as a demonstration of weakness.  Much of what is in the Chilcot…

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Why Scarlett Johansson found being named the highest-grossing actress ever disappointing

Why Scarlett Johansson found being named the highest-grossing actress ever disappointing Scarlett Johansson That Scarlett Johansson’s reaction to being told she was the highest-grossing actress ever was one tinged by disappointment may seem surprising, but she has a valid point.  At just 31, Johansson’s films have brought in an estimated $3.3 billion in total.  In a…

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Canadian Grand Prix live: Lewis Hamilton wins in Montreal after holding off Sebastian Vettel challenge

Canadian Grand Prix live: Lewis Hamilton wins in Montreal after holding off Sebastian Vettel challenge Lewis Hamilton secured his fifth victory in Montreal after starting from pole for the Canadian Grand Prix, withbut he was made to work for it after being passed by Sebastian Vettel off the start. Re-live the action here. Hamilton passed…

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Gender discrimination present among students as young as 16, schoolgirls report

Gender discrimination present among students as young as 16, schoolgirls report More than a third of girls aged 16 to 18 have witnessed gender discrimination in school Getty As the gender divide debate in both the education system and workplace rages on, a new survey has revealed discrimination is being witnessed by schoolgirls as young…

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