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NHS surgeon accused of racism and 'forced out of job' after raising concerns about three Asian colleagues

An NHS surgeon voted Doctor of the Year was forced to resign after being accused of racism for raising concerns about the abilities of three Asian colleagues, a tribunal has heard.

World

Ruth Davidson named in Time's 100 most influential people of 2018

The “refreshing and rambunctious” Ruth Davidson has been named by Time magazine as one of its 100 most influential people of 2018.

World

Royal wedding procession route 2018 - map and timetable to help you follow the special day

As they say their vows in front of the watching world, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have a lifetime of Royal tours ahead of them as a married couple.

World

£350m superyacht given to ex-wife of Putin-linked billionaire in Britain's biggest divorce case 

A £350m superyacht commissioned by Roman Abramovich has been handed to the ex-wife of a Putin-linked billionaire as part of Britain's biggest divorce case.

Travel

Five-star Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa, Malta

Located in central Malta, this elegant 19th century property is one of Malta's best-known five-star hotels.

Travel

Spruce up your skiing with a skills course in the UK this spring and summer

How to make the most of indoor snow centres and dry slopes to hone ski and snowboard technique

Business

House of Fraser appoints advisers as it weighs potential store closures

Embattled department store chain House of Fraser could be lining up store closures after hiring advisers to speed up its restructuring drive.

World

Greek court rules migrants must no longer be detained on Aegean islands in 'big worry' for EU

Refugees and migrants who cross by boat from Turkey to Greece’s Aegean islands must be allowed to travel on to the mainland, a Greek court has ruled, raising concerns about a fresh wave of asylum seekers to Europe.

Business

Unilever moves to calm investor concern over headquarters shift and reveals share buyback

Consumer goods giant Unilever said it was confident of rallying investors behind plans to shift its headquarters to Rotterdam, as it hiked its dividend and unveiled a share buyback scheme.

Business

Schwarzenegger PPI ads drive surge in complaints against finance companies

A TV ad campaign starring the disembodied head of Arnold Schwarzenegger urging people to claim for mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) has helped drive a surge in complaints against financial services firms.

Business

Acacia Mining ‘optimistic’ on Tanzania deal as talks with Chinese investors continue

Gold miner Acacia has said it is “optimistic” about a resolution later this year to an ongoing row with Tanzania over taxes.

Business

Nestlé's KitKat dealt blow in trademark battle as EU adviser says it is not distinctive enough

KitKat faces the loss of EU trade mark protection for its four-fingered chocolate bar, after a senior adviser to the European Court of Justice said the shape was not recognised by customers in enough countries.

Business

Shire rejects £42bn takeover bid by Japanese giant Takeda

Irish drugmaker Shire has rejected a £42bn takeover bid by Takeda, piling pressure on its Japanese suitor to find more cash to fund a bigger offer for its larger rival.

Cars

Goodwood Breakfast Club themes and dates announced 

The 2018 dates and themes for Goodwood's Breakfast Club have been announced, continuing the tradition of hosting events on the first Sunday of the month.

World

Girl killed herself weeks after police released stepfather accused of sexual abuse on bail, court hears

A teenage girl killed herself four weeks after police released her stepfather on bail when she alleged he had sexually abused her, a court heard.

World

Miguel Díaz-Canel confirmed as Cuba's new president

Cuba marked the end of an era on Thursday as Miguel Diaz-Canel was formally elected as the country's new president, succeeding Raul Castro and becoming the first non-Castro to lead the island in six decades.

Cars

Austin MotoGP preview – what to expect from the Circuit of the Americas this weekend 

For the first time in almost 39 years we have a British rider leading the premier class of grand prix motorcycle racing.

Travel

The UK's best beaches, pub walks, outdoor pools and seaside hotels

A guide to the best things to do outside in summer 2018 around the UK, from beaches and gardens to outdoor theatres and walks

Business

Mothercare chairman steps down weeks after chief executive departs

The chairman of Mothercare has stepped down just weeks after the troubled retailer’s chief executive was asked to leave following a decline in sales, as crunch talks with creditors continue.

World

Shoreham air crash pilot appears in court for first time charged with manslaughter over 11 deaths

The pilot whose plane crashed during the Shoreham Airshow disaster, killing 11 men, has appeared in court for the first time to indicate not-guilty pleas over the tragedy.

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