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Britons tell of 'chaos' as they arrive home from Gambia amid political unrest

British tourists check in at Banjul Airport, Gambia, for special flights after the threat of a regional military intervention loomed (AP Photo)

British holidaymakers told of a "chaotic" scramble to get them on flights out of Africa when they landed home from crisis-torn Gambia.

2:09am Thursday 19 January 2017

Sir Paul McCartney steps up legal bid to get back ownership of Beatles songs

Paul McCartney pictured during Beatles rehearsals in Liverpool in 1963 - he is stepping up his bid to reclaim ownership of songs he wrote with John Lennon

Sir Paul McCartney has stepped up a bid to reclaim the ownership of the many Beatles hits he wrote with John Lennon.

2:06am Thursday 19 January 2017

Briton who travelled to US to have sex with boys jailed for 13 years

Paul Wilkins rented a flat in the Coachella Valley in southern California where he intended to have sex with a boy

A British man who travelled to America to have sex with young boys has been jailed for 13 years in the US after admitting taking child pornography into the country.

1:38am Thursday 19 January 2017

Npower bottom of energy customer satisfaction survey

This is Npower's seventh year in a row at the bottom of the table

Npower has scored the lowest in an annual energy company customer satisfaction survey for the seventh year running.

12:14am Thursday 19 January 2017

Village homes to have batteries installed in push for solar power

The scheme is intended to promote solar power

Dozens of homes in a village will have batteries installed to create a "virtual power plant", in a trial that aims to boost solar power.

12:14am Thursday 19 January 2017

Police catch cereal eaters and shavers in crackdown on distracted drivers

Police cracked down on distracted drivers on main roads and motorways including the M27

Drivers eating cereal and having a shave are among 151 motorists to be stopped by two police forces in one week for being distracted behind the wheel.

12:14am Thursday 19 January 2017

British Airways cabin crew to start strike at Heathrow over 'poverty' pay rates

British Airways cabin crew members will strike in a row over pay

British Airways cabin crew will mount picket lines at Heathrow on Thursday at the start of a three-day strike over pay.

12:14am Thursday 19 January 2017

'Trailblazer' Lloyds named UK's most inclusive employer by equality charity

Lloyds won praise for forming partnerships with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender charities

Banking giant Lloyds has been named the most inclusive employer in the country by an equality charity.

12:14am Thursday 19 January 2017

Sheffield named as Britain's low pay capital

Sheffield City Region has a high concentration of large, low paying sectors such as office administration and retail

Sheffield is Britain's "low pay capital" with hourly rates 10% below the national average, a study has found.

12:11am Thursday 19 January 2017

Bosses 'have a duty of care to all staff, no matter what type of contract'

Generic picture of an office block

Employers are being urged to improve the way they treat agency staff or those on zero hour contracts after a study found many only give 48 hours notice of shifts.

12:11am Thursday 19 January 2017
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