July 1, 2019

LGBT+ workers earn less and are still afraid to come out – survey

The income of LGBT+ workers is £6,703 less on average than their straight counterparts, according to new research.
July 1, 2019

Facebook workers ‘possibly exposed to sarin gas’ at US HQ

Two Facebook workers have possibly been exposed to sarin gas at a mailing warehouse at the social media giant's HQ in California, fire officials say.
July 1, 2019

Woodford fund goes into second month of suspension

Fund manager Neil Woodford will keep his flagship £3.7bn fund frozen for at least another month, leaving thousands of investors without access to their money.
July 1, 2019

A body fell from a plane before it landed at Heathrow Airport

The man's body fell into a garden in Clapham on Sunday afternoon according to Kenya Airways
July 1, 2019

Q&A: Liberal Senator addresses scathing descriptions of Scott Morrison

James Paterson was in the uncomfortable position of having taken part in one of the recent books that suggest there is more to the Prime Minister than meets the eye.
July 1, 2019

Virgin Media price rise will see customers face bigger broadband and TV bills

The price hikes will kick in this September
July 1, 2019

KT Tunstall is performing an open air concert at a Welsh castle this month

The Suddenly I See singer is coming to Wales...
July 1, 2019

Benefits Street star Fungi has died

Tributes have been paid to James Clarke, who appeared on the divisive Channel 4 show
July 1, 2019

Nine-foot snake which crushes its prey to death on the loose in UK city

Reticulated python is native to Asia and is the world's longest snake
July 1, 2019

Bizarre feud breaks out between Love Island star and home buying goddess Kirstie Allsopp

Air hostess branded the Location, Location, Location host the 'worst passenger'
July 1, 2019

P&O owner DP World buys IPO hopeful Topaz for $1.1bn

Dubai-based DP World has announced that it has acquired 100% of oil and gas marine logistics provider Topaz Energy and Marine for nearly $1.1bn.
July 1, 2019

‘Difficult to renovate’: Opera’s struggle to move with the times

Opera Australia boss Lyndon Terracini says the company must continue to present the great works of the western canon.