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82 Percent of the Wealth Generated Last Year ‘Went to the Richest 1 Percent of the Global Population’

A new report from Oxfam highlights a global system that rewards the super-rich and neglects the poor

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Trust in U.S. institutions plunges in Trump's first year

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Trust in U.S. institutions, particularly the government, has plunged in President Donald Trump's first year in office, according to a leading survey released on the eve of the World Economic Forum in Davos.

World

S. Koreans burn Kim's photo as N. Korean band leader passes

Dozens of conservative activists have attempted to burn a large photo of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as the head of the North's hugely popular girl band passed by them at a Seoul railway station.

World

Shakira could face jail and ‘several dozen million pound fine’ amid claims of tax evasion

SINGER Shakira could face jail and a tax bill of “several dozen million pounds” after reportedly being accused of evasion. The star, 40, has two kids with Barcelona ace Gerard Piqué and spends part of her time in Spain. Reports there claim

World

Bombing at market in southern Thailand kills 3, injures 18

Police say three people have been killed and 18 injured by a bomb that exploded in a market in southern Thailand.

Finance

Theresa May warned her housing revolution will fail unless she scraps £4.5billion cap on council borrowing

THERESA MAY was told her housing revolution will fail unless she scraps the £4.5billion cap on council borrowing. A former Tory Cabinet Minister led calls for the Government to allow town halls to borrow the billions they need to help reach a target of

World

Saudi Arabia has announced £2.5billion in aid to secure sea, land and air routes to bring supplies to war-torn Yemen

SAUDI Arabia has announced £2.5billion of aid to war-torn neighbour Yemen. The Saudi-led coalition has been bombing Iranian backed Houthi rebels in the neighbouring nation after civil war broke out in 2015. This latest injection of cash will open ports

Finance

Amazon launches supermarket with NO checkouts and uses cameras to track what shoppers remove from shelves 

AMAZON is launching its own supermarket which has no checkouts but instead relies on cameras to track what shoppers remove from shelves. The Amazon Go store in Seattle opens to the public on Monday and promises customers they won’t have to wait in

World

Mark Meadows: 'We are not going to negotiate on immigration while the government is shut down'

Rep. Mark Meadows said immigration negotiations are off the table while the government remains shutdown, potentially souring any deal underway in the Senate.

Celebrity

SAG Awards host Kristen Bell takes swipe at Donald Trump's wife Melania in opening monologue

The Good Place star, who is the first ever host of the ceremony, also praised the Time's Up movement and a "watershed moment"

Finance

Tax credit victims stung by botched outsourcing plan paid just £14 compensation each

TAX credit claimants who suffered due to a botched outsourcing plan have been paid just £14 each in compensation. Concentrix adjusted or terminated around 108,000 cases — nearly a third of which were overturned at appeal. HM Revenue and Customs

United Kingdom

Benefits cheat claims more than £100,000 by saying she was a single mum — and her husband was a gay mate

A MARRIED benefits cheat stole more than £100,000 lying she was a struggling single mum. Agnieszka Pryzbylska, 38, claimed her husband — dad to two of her children — was a gay friend and they were not a couple. She later argued that he li

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