A letter claiming to represent scores of disgruntled Barclays employees made potentially damaging claims on Wednesday about poor staff morale just hours before the bank's board gathered for its ann
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A surge in advertising sales helped Facebook triple its profits in the first three months of 2014, the social networking site has revealed.
A potential lead in the hunt for Madeleine McCann and the death of the Duchess of Cornwall's brother Mark Shand feature on the front pages of many of Thursday's newspapers.
Two rival Palestinian factions have agreed to form a unity government after signing a deal the United States warned could "seriously complicate" peace talks with Israel.
A sharp rise in the number of people being arrested for travelling to Syria has prompted a new campaign.
The Duchess of Cornwall's brother Mark Shand has died after suffering a serious head injury during a fall in New York.
Two Russian bombers which flew close to UK airspace have been chased away by an RAF jet fighter.
A cat which suffered horrific injuries when it was shot between the eyes with a weapon thought to have been a crossbow has been put down.
A woman who received nearly £50,000 in benefits by claiming she had agoraphobia was secretly travelling the world writing books.
Tony Blair has told Sky News that "the people who run the inquiry" are to blame for a delay in the publication of the Chilcot report.
A street in Essex has been named as having the slowest broadband in Britain – 30 times slower than the UK average speed.
Eric Nicoli, the former chief executive of EMI, is returning to the music industry as an investor in Tunehog, a service that aims to stand out from a crowded digital streaming market through techno
Manufacturing orders placed with factories have expanded at the strongest rate since 1995, a new survey has shown.
US officials say they are "deeply concerned" following reports an American journalist has been kidnapped by pro-Russian insurgents in Ukraine.
David Moyes has spoken out on his sacking by Manchester United, saying he is "proud" to have managed the club but frustrated about the team's results.
Former prime minister Tony Blair has told Sky News the West must work with countries like Russia and China to combat the growing threat of radical Islam.
Security codes for Tokyo's main airport had to be changed just days before President Obama arrived, after an employee dropped a memo containing the top-secret details.
Two astronauts had time for a laugh and a joke after they completed essential repairs at the International Space Station (ISS) quicker than expected.
Cross-Channel train service Eurostar has seen a 7% increase in revenue in the first-quarter, boosted by a rise in business travellers.
British police are looking at five new cases in which young British girls were sexually abused during holiday home break-ins by an intruder in the Algarve.
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