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Post-Brexit immigration: An end to EU free movement and no cap on high-skilled jobs
Home Secretary Sajid Javid will outline plans to meet "the clear instruction to get control over our borders" when he reveals a new post-Brexit immigration system.
Manchester United confirm Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as caretaker manager
Manchester United have named Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as caretaker manager following the departure of Jose Mourinho.
Dying neighbour leaves 14 years of Christmas gifts for two-year-old girl
A daredevil pensioner has stunned his neighbours by leaving their daughter 14 years of Christmas presents before he died.
Santander fined £32m for keeping dead customers' money meant for beneficiaries
Santander has been fined more than £30m for "serious failings" in processing the accounts of dead customers, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) says.
Robbie Williams wins pool plan fight against Led Zeppelin neighbour Jimmy Page
Robbie Williams has won his five-year fight against neighbour Jimmy Page over plans to build an underground gym and swimming pool at his home in west London.
Falling fuel prices help boost pre-Christmas spending power
The rate of inflation has fallen to its lowest level since March last year - boosting consumer spending power for struggling retailers in the run-up to Christmas.
Kylie Minogue to play Glastonbury festival's Sunday 'legends' slot
Kylie Minogue says she is "thrilled" after being revealed as the act for next year's Sunday "legends" slot at Glastonbury.
GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer agree £10bn healthcare merger
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is to merge its consumer healthcare unit with that of rival Pfizer, to create a new market leader with almost £10bn in annual sales.
Regulator acts on £4bn loyalty penalty 'rip off' affecting millions
A series of reforms are being promised to tackle a "£4bn loyalty penalty" facing millions of mobile, broadband, home insurance, mortgage and savings customers.
Knife crime fight being 'undermined' by 'inconsistent and lenient' sentences
Efforts to combat a surge in knife crime are being undermined by inconsistent and lenient court sentences, according to the Police Federation and anti-knife crime campaigners.