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BBC PANIC: Corporation slashes 450 news jobs as part of £80million cost cutting scheme

BBC PANIC: Corporation slashes 450 news jobs as part of £80million cost cutting scheme

THE BBC is set to cut 450 jobs in a bid to save £80million from its budget.

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Bank station: London Underground station evacuated - firefighters rush to the scene

Bank station: London Underground station evacuated - firefighters rush to the scene

BANK underground station was "shut", according to reports, earlier on Wednesday afternoon with witnesses saying they were "evacuated" as firefighters rushed to the scene.

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EU betrayal: How Charles de Gaulle KNEW membership would crush UK economy

EU betrayal: How Charles de Gaulle KNEW membership would crush UK economy

BREXIT is finally happening in just two days time and the UK is one step closer to controlling its own economic future by leaving the EU - but it turns out one of the bloc's earliest...

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Camilla shows off dancing skills as Duchess is praised during royal engagement

Camilla shows off dancing skills as Duchess is praised during royal engagement

CAMILLA, Duchess of Cornwall, showed off her dancing skills during an official engagement this morning.

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Brexit POLL: Should it be illegal to fly the EU flag from UK public buildings? VOTE HERE

Brexit POLL: Should it be illegal to fly the EU flag from UK public buildings? VOTE HERE

REMAINERS across the country plan to protest against Britain's withdrawal from the EU on Friday, Brexit day, with many vowing to fly the European Union flag in defiance of Brexit....

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PMQs LIVE: Boris on backfoot as Verhofstadt threatens to VETO Brexit and stop UK leaving

PMQs LIVE: Boris on backfoot as Verhofstadt threatens to VETO Brexit and stop UK leaving

BORIS JOHNSON is set to host PMQs in the House of Commons at noon today, as Belgium MEP Guy Verhofstadt threatens to veto the Prime Minister's Brexit deal.

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Syrian forces, with Russia's help, capture strategic town from rebels

Syrian forces, with Russia's help, capture strategic town from rebels

Syrian government forces backed by Russia have finally captured one of the largest and most strategic rebel-held towns following weeks of intense bombardment, military officials and...

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Social media-fueled coronavirus rumor at USC prompts response from school

Social media-fueled coronavirus rumor at USC prompts response from school

The University of Southern California (USC) was forced to respond following an erroneous social media-fueled claim that a student was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus that has...

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BBC announces 450 jobs will go in newsroom shake-up

BBC announces 450 jobs will go in newsroom shake-up

BBC news to cover fewer stories and centralise programme-making in bid to save £80mThe BBC is to cut 450 jobs from its news operation while covering fewer stories, the corporation...

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Northern rail franchise to be renationalised

Northern rail franchise to be renationalised

Decision by transport secretary, Grant Shapps, comes after years of cancellations and delaysThe Northern rail franchise is to be renationalised, the government has announced, with...

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Syrian forces, with Russia's help, capture strategic town from rebels

Syrian government forces backed by Russia have finally captured one of the largest and most strategic rebel-held towns following weeks...

FOX News

Social media-fueled coronavirus rumor at USC prompts response from school

The University of Southern California (USC) was forced to respond following an erroneous social media-fueled claim that a student...

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BBC PANIC: Corporation slashes 450 news jobs as part of £80million cost cutting scheme

THE BBC is set to cut 450 jobs in a bid to save £80million from its budget.

The Guardian

BBC announces 450 jobs will go in newsroom shake-up

BBC news to cover fewer stories and centralise programme-making in bid to save £80mThe BBC is to cut 450 jobs from its news operation...

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Government loses court appeal over short-changing disabled benefit claimants

Lawyers say ruling must be 'wake-up call' for DWP on universal credit

The Independent

Tens of thousands flee as Assad retakes town that became a symbol of the Syrian revolution

Ma'arat al-Numan opposed both the government and jihadists, writes Richard Hall

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