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Extradition deal with US considered

Concerns that extradition arrangements with the US are biased against Britain will be investigated during a Government review into the...

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Immigration cap to be scrutinised

The proposal to place a cap on the numbers of skilled workers coming to the UK from outside the EU...

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Call for end to gender pay gap

The earnings disparity between men and women has come under the spotlight again as firms have been urged to make...

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Law Commission to revamp public services

Plans to reform "outdated and inconsistent" public service ombudsmen will make it easier to complain about poor services, the Law...

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£30,000 fine after beam accident

A Yorkshire housing developer has been fined £30,000 after a young bricklayer was left quadriplegic when he was crushed by...

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Firms fined after worker falls 70ft

Two firms have been fined a total of £125,000 after an employee plunged nearly 70ft from a hospital building. Steven...

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Call to reduce criminal offences

England and Wales' legal review watchdog has called for a rethink on the number of criminal offences, arguing millions of...

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BBC defends ‘protecting’ Top Gear

The BBC has justified spending taxpayers' money to block the publication of the memoirs of Top Gear's The Stig by...

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Banker wins sex discrimination case

A female investment banker who was made redundant following her maternity leave has won her claim for sex discrimination. Oksana...

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Firm sued over Harry Popper

Hollywood studio Warner Brothers is suing a Swiss company over a brand of condoms – called Harry Popper. Magic X's...

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Pay equality ‘to take 57 years’

Women managers saw their pay rise by 0.5% more than men last year – but it will still be more...

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‘Pop-up’ courts set up in shops

Courts could be set up in empty shops to save money and make it easier for those involved to get...

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