Education

Secret Teacher: the UK has a complex racial history. Why aren’t we teaching it?​

A controversial advert sparked debate about race among my students. But the curriculum must do more to give these issues contextRead more from the Secret TeacherGrowing up as a person of colour, racism was an ever-present discussion in my circles. When yo

Politics

Call to curb disruption caused by holiday lets like Airbnb

Short-term lets, like Airbnb, are big business in the UK - but neighbours are increasingly fed up.

United Kingdom

Social media and gaming becoming increasingly popular career choices for young people, survey finds

Many seven to 11-year-olds are looking to modern technology for future jobs, ahead of professions traditionally picked by children, such as police officer or doctor

Top News

Why does it seem like everyone is suddenly testing ICBMs?

If the world appears to be a tableau of endless ballistic missile tests of late, there is ample evidence to point to increasingly militarized nations hurling rockets across the sky.

Finance

The US government shutdown shenanigans pose a threat that investors are missing

BI PRIME: The US economy will keep humming along at a decent but unspectacular pace regardless of the outcome of this week’s widely-watched budget...

Business

Drop in foreign workers may drive up wages but dampen productivity, says BoE's Saunders

Record low unemployment may start to drive wage growth as companies are increasingly becoming less able to hire foreign workers amid Brexit, according to the Bank of England.

World

Turkey set to extend state of emergency again amid concerns

Turkey is set to extend a state of emergency for the sixth time since it was imposed following failed 2016 coup attempt, worrying government opponents and allies who fear the special powers are thrusting Turkey toward an increasingly authoritarian directi

World

One year under Trump: A shrinking space for protests

Critics accuse US President Donald Trump of overseeing an increasingly severe crackdown on activism and dissent.

Property

Ski resorts that will suit toute la famille

Ski holidays are often family affairs – increasingly for every generation.

Finance

MORGAN STANLEY: Britain is edging closer to a 'soft Brexit'

Britain is increasingly likely to secure a last-minute "soft" Brexit deal which keeps it in the single market and customs union, according to Morgan Stanley.

Showbiz & TV

Lewis Hamilton’s ex reveals the F1 star’s ‘ugly side’ and hunger for threesomes

A FORMER girlfriend of F1 world champion  Lewis Hamilton says he was obsessed with threesomes — and was driven potty by people using his loo. Glamour model Veronica Valle, 26, said the Brit sportsman’s behaviour grew increasingly bizarre,

Football

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger ‘increasingly confident’ of securing new Mesut Ozil contract

ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger is “increasingly confident” of securing a new contract for Mesut Ozil. The German playmaker, 29, is one of three big-name players whose contracts run out in the summer – and could then leave on a free. One of

Business

Chances of U.S. leaving NAFTA must be taken seriously: Canada

LONDON, Ontario (Reuters) - The United States must be taken seriously when it says it might walk away from NAFTA, Canada's foreign minister said on Thursday, a day after government sources said Ottawa was increasingly convinced U.S. President Donald Trump

Investing

Cramer Remix: Domino’s Pizza proves why stock-picking is still a winning strategy

Jim Cramer dished on how Domino’s Pizza was able to outperform index funds despite the increasingly difficult environment.

Finance

Home equity hits record high, and here's how homeowners are spending it

Homeowners are increasingly taking out cash to make more cash.

Business

The Evolution Of Executive Search

Executive search firms are increasingly relying on technology and diversifying their service offerings.

World

US consumer debt surges by the most in over 2 years to $3.8 trillion

Americans are increasingly confident in the economy and are willing to borrow.

World

Why 600,000 Australians tuned in to watch a silent three-hour train ride

Slow TV - showing real-time events with minimal editing - is becoming increasingly popular and has finally reached Australia with this train footage. Viewers got on board.

Business

ESPN's New Pitch to Advertisers: 'We Reach Women'

In the past, advertisers generally turned to sports TV to reach male audiences. But increasingly they’re taking a broader view.

World

New leader of South Africa's ANC calls for unity as rift over Zuma widens

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The new leader of South Africa's African National Congress (ANC) Cyril Ramaphosa called for unity on Monday as factions within the party become increasingly divided over the future of President Jacob Zuma.

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