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A new wave of industrial action began on Monday by tax workers protesting against the Government's job cuts and privatisation plans.
A dog that remained in Battersea Dogs & Cats Home for almost six times the average stay has finally moved into a loving family home.
Mugly, the ugliest dog in the world, has come runner-up in Drontal's national Give Your Dog a Bone Awards.
A combination off plummeting savings and rising debts has left consumers "clinging to the edge of a financial cliff", resulting in them spending one week a year worrying about their finances, according to a new study.
Londoners were warned today to expect the capital's roads to "look and feel different" from Monday as work on Olympic-only traffic lanes nears completion.
Journalists at the Guardian and Observer newspapers have been asked to consider taking voluntary redundancy after they reported losses of more than £40 million in the last year.
Coastguard staff are launching a week of industrial action over jobs and closures.
Feline feats will be celebrated at a cat awards show, with a plucky puss named Leo who scared off a burglar in the running for a prize.
London Fire Brigade is launching a new campaign to persuade the public firstly to keep an eye on their pets, and secondly not to automatically call the service for pet rescues.
More than 1,700 workers could be out of work should a West Lothian sausage factory be forced to close, according to reports.
Nearly 250,000 people have lost their jobs since the 2010 general election as a direct result of the coalition Government's austerity measures, according to stinging criticism from the GMB union.
A dog has had to undergo an emergency operation after eating a strawberry, and the teaspoon it was offered to him on.
Cuts to the Government's budget will see a serious reduction in officers and front counters in police stations over the next three years, according to new figures.
More than 20,000 graduates were out of work after leaving university last year, while thousands more took jobs as labourers, cleaners and road sweepers, figures show.
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