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The insurance industry benefits of Cloud Services

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The times, in which industries and firms were able to ignore the digital Revolution are over. This applies also and especially for Cloud services.

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Five reasons why Emmanuel Macron would be bad for Brexit and Theresa May

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Five reasons why Emmanuel Macron would be bad for Brexit and Theresa May

Barring an unforeseen electoral earthquake, the centrist Emmanuel Macron now looks set fair to become the next president of France in two weeks’ time. As the leader of one of the EU’s two most powerful nations, Mr Macron will have a key role in formulating the European Union’s attitude to

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Iraq torture claims lawyers Leigh Day had evidence clients were scheming insurgents, tribunal hears

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Iraq torture claims lawyers Leigh Day had evidence clients were scheming insurgents, tribunal hears

A leading law firm spent years bringing false allegations that British troops murdered and tortured innocent Iraqis, despite having evidence its clients were scheming members of a murderous insurgent militia, a tribunal has heard. Leigh Day and some of its most senior solicitors carried on

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‘Get to Mars during my first term’: Donald Trump talks to Nasa astronauts in livestream

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‘Get to Mars during my first term’: Donald Trump talks to Nasa astronauts in livestream

Donald Trump instructed Nasa astronauts to get to Mars within his first term – or failing that, his second term, in a livestream with Peggy Whitson. He was calling up the Space Station to congratulate Ms Whitson for her record-beating stay in Space: she’s been up there for more than 534 days,

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Remoaners draw up ‘attack list’ of 20 Brexiteer MPs

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Remoaners draw up ‘attack list’ of 20 Brexiteer MPs

Hard Brexit supporters including Iain Duncan Smith, Theresa Villiers and Kate Hoey have been placed on an “attack list” of 20 MPs by a pro-EU group that will attempt to oust them by mobilising its 500,000 supporters. Open Britain, the successor organisation to the Remain campaign whose board

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Labour facing election wipeout as polls suggest Tory majority of up to 150

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Labour facing election wipeout as polls suggest Tory majority of up to 150

Labour face electoral wipeout under Jeremy Corbyn after new polls put the Conservatives on course for a historic Commons majority of up to 150 seats. The Tories have surged so far ahead that they could win 65 seats from Labour in England and Wales, as well as up to 12 seats in Scotland,

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Marine Le Pen steps down as leader of France’s Front National in bid to widen appeal ahead of presidential election

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Marine Le Pen steps down as leader of France’s Front National in bid to widen appeal ahead of presidential election

Marine Le Pen announced on Monday night that she was temporarily stepping down as head of France’s Front National party in a bid to widen her appeal ahead of next month’s presidential election run-off. The far-Right candidate will face Emmanuel Macron, the centrist, on May 7 with the country

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Kids Company trustees could be banned from serving as company directors

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Kids Company trustees could be banned from serving as company directors

Alan Yentob and other Kids Company trustees could be banned from serving as company directors following the charity’s collapse. The charity shut down in 2015 amid allegations of financial mismanagement, and has faced a series of damaging allegations.  The Government’s Insolvency Service

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Ched Evans set to return to Sheffield United six months after being cleared of rape charge

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Ched Evans set to return to Sheffield United six months after being cleared of rape charge

Ched Evans, the footballer, who fought a four-year legal battle to clear his name after being convicted of rape, culminating in his acquittal of rape at a retrial last year, is set to join his former team in a move that could divide many of its loyal fans. Sheffield United, who have just been

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Paul Nuttall could become only second major party leader to sit out a general election since Lord Salisbury in 19th century

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Paul Nuttall could become only second major party leader to sit out a general election since Lord Salisbury in 19th century

Paul Nuttall could become only the second serving leader of a major party not to stand in a general election for more than a century after he hinted he might sit out the snap poll. The UK Independence Party leader repeatedly refused to say he would stand to be an MP in the June 8 […]

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