Vince Cable has accused the UK's top companies of neglecting racial diversity in its boardrooms and urged business to use a wider talent pool when making senior appointments. His comments came as the secretary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Federal safety authorities launched an investigation on Thursday into a gas explosion that caused the collapse a day earlier of two New York City apartment buildings, killing seven
US warship USS Kidd 'on way to Indian Ocean to search for missing Malaysia Airlines plane' United States officials said Thursday night that the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 could have crashed
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - An investigation into a missing Malaysian jetliner, now into its second week, is focusing more on the possibility of foul play as evidence suggests it was deliberately flown hundreds
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Friday that his government would not revise a landmark 1993 apology to women, many Korean, forced to serve in wartime military brothels, as
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India’s wholesale price-based inflation eased to a nine-month low in February as food and fuel prices moderated, raising expectations that the central bank would leave interest rates
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Military radar-tracking evidence suggests a Malaysia Airlines jetliner missing for nearly a week was deliberately flown across the Malay peninsula towards the Andaman Islands,
“Inspiration is hard to come by. You have to take it where you find it.” – Bob Dylan Some us of are inspired by people or places. Others are moved by experiences, nature, art, music, or dreams and fears.
You get a little more than you pay for with Tesco’s budget Hudl tablet says Matt Warman £119 If you’re a regular Tesco shopper and you get Clubcard vouchers, just £60-worth will buy you a Hudl tablet,
Aristotle might as well have been doling out career advice when he said that “we are what we repeatedly do.” This aphorism has taken on contemporary resonance in books like Charles Duhigg’s The Power Habit.
The stern but ultimately unenforceable edicts appeared in a 64-page “Guidebook for Civilised Tourism” that was issued on Tuesday to coincide with the start of a week-long public holiday commemorating 1949
Google is used by millions of people to navigate the web every day, but how many of us really put it through its paces? The Telegraph digs out a few of the search engine's hidden gems. 1. Calculator Google's
Food prices will rise by nearly 20 per cent over the coming five years, adding more than £850 to the annual grocery bill of every household in the country. A report last night claimed growing global demand
Pizza Hut was panned by health campaigners today after unveiling a new "Cheesburger Pizza" that contains nearly 3,000 calories. The pizza is billed as a "fun treat to share" and features ten mini burgers
The Bank of Japan has issued an upbeat assessment of the world's third-largest economy, saying it was "recovering moderately", and held off expanding its huge stimulus programme. There was little movement
Britain has an "Alice in Wongaland" economy in which people are taking out payday loans and raiding their savings to fuel shopping sprees. Retail figures, published by the Office for National Statistics
A British Sikh television station has been fined £30,000 for broadcasting a programme that incited members of their community to take violent action against members of the Indian Army. Sangat TV, a Birmingham-based
We desperately need more mathematicians and scientists. Today’s figures show that we are starting to produce them, writes Elizabeth Truss. There is one particular A-level result I have been cheering today
The Home Secretary must get on a plane to Bulgaria and Romania and find out just how many of their countrymen are heading for Britain, says Keith Vaz. The latest figures showing a sharp rise in the numbers
There is little point getting into thousands of pounds of debt for a degree in 'Make-up and Hair Design', writes Christopher Giles. Students who have received your A-level results, please listen up. If
Ministers are powerless to deport a convicted foreign terrorist who has lived in Britain for 12 years even though he has lost a long-running legal battle for refugee status, The Telegraph can disclose.
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