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Brexit: Businesses in denial over stark future of British economy, senior KPMG auditor warns

Brexit: Businesses in denial over stark future of British economy, senior KPMG auditor warns

Businesses are in denial over Brexit, with some refusing to acknowledge the “significant risks” that will accompany the UK’s departure from the EU, a senior figure at KPMG has warned.

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Hundreds of thousands of Virgin Media customers advised over hacking risk

Hundreds of thousands of Virgin Media customers advised over hacking risk

Virgin Media is advising more than 800,000 customers with a specific router to change their password immediately after an investigation found hackers could gain access to it. The company said the risk to customers with a Super Hub 2 router was "small" but advised them to change both their network and router passwords if they were still set as the default shown on the attached sticker. The advice followed a Which? snapshot investigation which found that hackers could access home networks and connected appliances in as little as four days.

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What is in the Senate's healthcare bill? All you need to know about the latest Trumpcare proposal

What is in the Senate's healthcare bill? All you need to know about the latest Trumpcare proposal

Senate Republicans have finally unveiled a draft of their Obamacare replacement bill, which Democrats were quick to condemn. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pushing for a vote before senators leave Washington, DC for the Fourth of July recess. But with some Republicans already saying they aren’t ready to support the legislation, there is over whether that is possible. To pass the bill, Mr McConnell can only afford to lose two ‘yeas’. What is the new healthcare bill?

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Jeremy Corbyn overtakes Theresa May for first time as voters' choice for best Prime Minister, poll finds

Jeremy Corbyn overtakes Theresa May for first time as voters' choice for best Prime Minister, poll finds

Jeremy Corbyn has overtaken Theresa May for the first time as voters' choice for who would make the best Prime Minister, a poll carried out by YouGov for The Times has found. More follows

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Muslim woman suing estate agent 'after being told black hijab made her look like a terrorist'

Muslim woman suing estate agent 'after being told black hijab made her look like a terrorist'

A Muslim woman is suing her former employers after allegedly being ordered to remove her black headscarf because the garment had “terrorist affiliations”. The estate agent, who did not want to be named, had been working for Harvey Dean in Bury for almost a year when she says managers took issue with her hijab.

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Homelessness surges 34% under Tory Government, with 100,000 more families losing their home compared with 2010

Homelessness surges 34% under Tory Government, with 100,000 more families losing their home compared with 2010

The number of families being declared homeless has rocketed by more a third since the Conservatives took power in 2010, analysis of new official statistics by The Independent has revealed.  Between April 2016 and March 2017, 59,100 families were declared homeless by local authorities in England – a rise of 34 per cent on the same period in 2010-11. The statistics paint a bleak picture of the UK housing crisis and the impact a lack of decent, affordable homes is having on thousands of families.

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Three and easy for England U21s as Aidy Boothroyd's men reach Euro 2017 semi-finals after beating Poland

Three and easy for England U21s as Aidy Boothroyd's men reach Euro 2017 semi-finals after beating Poland

England Under-21s cruised into the semi finals of Euro 2017 after dismantling hosts Poland. Demarai Gray, Jacob Murphy and Lewis Baker's penalty sealed a comfortable 3-0 win as England escaped the group stages at the tournament for the first time since 2009. They topped Group A ahead of Slovakia, who beat Sweden 3-0, with seven points and will play their last-four game on Tuesday but must wait to discover their opponent.

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Brexit: Article 50 is an 'illusion' and was never actually triggered, argues leading barrister

Brexit: Article 50 is an 'illusion' and was never actually triggered, argues leading barrister

Theresa May's triggering of Article 50, it was “an illusion” with no legal basis, a leading barrister has claimed.

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Thai King shot at with air pistol in Germany

Thai King shot at with air pistol in Germany

A pair of teenagers are suspected to have shot the King of Thailand with an air pistol, German authorities said.  King Maha Vajiralongkorn was cycling with his entourage in Munich earlier this month when he was struck by plastic bullets. Prosecutors said the 13 and 14-year-old had fired at the group from a nearby house or garden.   The royal, who regularly visits Bavaria, was unhurt.

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Personal rivalries set to dominate proceedings in Baku for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Personal rivalries set to dominate proceedings in Baku for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix

As Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg demonstrated on more than one occasion during their period as team-mates at Mercedes, a little bit of intra-team aggravation can be great for the sport’s box office, if not for the team concerned. Formula 1’s publicity machines, arguably one of the key reasons why the sport is so often accused of homogenised banality instead of generating the excitement of a genuine mano a mano battle, are sadly all too adept at papering over the cracks that in-car point-of-action emotion creates from time to time.

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