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'Divorce Day' as money worries drive couples apart

If you’re married then it might be best to tread carefully today which has been dubbed “divorce day” by lawyers. The first working Monday of the year after the festive period typically sees a rise in couples feeling disillusioned about their relationships.It’s when some married couples make enquiries about …

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Winter Olympics targeted by hackers says security firm

Hackers have attempted to steal sensitive data from groups involved with next month’s Winter Olympics, cyber-security firm McAfee said. The report found malware-infected emails were sent last month to organisations linked to the Pyeongchang Games.It did not identify those responsible, but said more attacks tied to the upcoming Olympics …

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'I just wanted to solve this problem for myself'

When Naimish Gohil, the CEO and founder of Show My Homework, created his homework sharing app for teachers, pupils and parents he says he wasn’t really thinking about creating a business – but now a third of UK schools use it.Video journalist: Peter PageFollow #CEOSecrets on our website here. …

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Rail strikes: Train workers at five firms walkout in safety row

Commuters are facing up to three days of disruption, as staff at five train firms begin a fresh wave of strikes in separate disputes over “rail safety”.Rail, Maritime and Transport union members at Northern, Merseyrail, South Western Railway and Greater Anglia will strike on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.RMT members …

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Boots pharmacists raise staffing concerns

Some Boots pharmacy staff say they are under too much pressure and fear mistakes will be made.One whistleblower, a former manager, said he resigned in 2015 after he took his concerns to the independent industry regulator.Several current Boots pharmacists told BBC Inside Out that understaffing could pose a risk …

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Grenfell fire: KPMG quits inquiry amid conflict of interest furore

Accountancy firm KPMG has quit its advisor role on the Grenfell inquiry amid concerns over its appointment.Campaigners had called for KPMG to be removed, saying it failed to disclose a conflict of interest. KPMG is the auditor of three of the firms under scrutiny by the inquiry into the …

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British bed chain Warren Evans up for sale

British bed and mattress manufacturer Warren Evans has confirmed reports it is trying to sell the business.The firm said it had appointed restructuring firm Duff & Phelps to help it find a new investment partner.The company is currently owned by eponymous founder Warren Evans, who started the handmade beds …

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