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Research has suggested those working in the public sector could soon be faced with significantly reduced wages if they hold a position outside London and the South East.
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One of Britain's fattest cats is locked in a weight loss duel with a portly pooch, according to reports.
Beyonce, a puppy named after the famous pop singer, could soon make her own record - of being the smallest dog in the world.
More than 2,000 staff at Game Group will become redundant as the retailer plans to close half of its stores this week, its administrators announced.
Some areas have up to a third of their workers in part-time employment only, according to the GMB union following a study.
Rising numbers of headteachers are being treated like football managers - facing the sack if they fail to deliver good results, a union claimed today.
Lord Sugar has announced his first sacking of this year's Apprentice series - and a Bulgarian-born 25-year-old was first to go.
Welsh rugby star Sam Warburton is to visit a specialist after sustaining a shoulder injury during their RBS 6 Nations showdown with France.
Passive smoking is risking pets' lives with the animals exposed to it being twice as likely to develop certain forms of cancer than those in non-smoking homes, a major charity has said.
A North East pharmaceutical factory is due to close with 450 job losses.
An E.ON power station is to cease operations as it has run out of its allocated operating hours under European Union environmental legislation.
The future of a video games company is looking unclear following an announcement that it is struggling and might have to be put up for sale to survive.
A canine organisation has urged pet lovers not to take their lead from celebrities when seeking to adopt a dog.
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has claimed that playing staff have
A mining giant has said it will close one of its plants this month, meaning 300 people will be left jobless.
Britain is often said to be a nation of dog-lovers but new research has indicated that it may be among the least welcoming countries in Europe for small dogs.
Scores of staff at troubled Glasgow football club Rangers are to find out this week if they will be made redundant.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that employment in the public sector fell by 276,000 across the UK in the twelve months up to last autumn, a drop of 4.4%.
The proportion of young people who have a job has shrunk at a quicker rate over the past eight years than that of older workers.
A campaign to get used car buyers to protect themselves from buying a vehicle on outstanding finance is being supported by the UK's top vehicle history check company.
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