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Charity to probe comments mocking 'royal, rich, advantaged' Prince George

Prince George with his father the Duke of Cambridge

The British Council has pledged to investigate comments, allegedly made by one its senior employees on Facebook, which criticise Prince George for living "on public money".

3:10am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Mums-to-be can eat raw eggs - food safety experts

Experts say the risk of salmonella poisoning from UK eggs is now 'very low'

Raw eggs are safe for pregnant women to eat, a safety committee has recommended.

1:09am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Niko Kranjcar can cope with physicality of Scottish game says Mark Warburton

Rangers' Niko Kranjcar, centre, scored his first goal for the club against Stranraer

Rangers boss Mark Warburton insists Niko Kranjcar will be able to handle the rough and tumble of Scottish football after seeing the Croatian escape serious injury.

12:56am Tuesday 26 July 2016

UK 'failing migrant children who came here alone and live in squalor', say Lords

An unaccompanied asylum-seeking child at the Millbank reception centre in Ashford, Kent

Thousands of lone migrant children are living in squalid conditions or are vulnerable to smuggling gangs after being let down by European countries including the UK, a report has warned.

12:51am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Theresa May meeting Irish premier Enda Kenny for Brexit talks

Theresa May, centre, met Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness at Stormont Castle in Belfast

Prime Minister Theresa May holds talks today with Irish premier Enda Kenny in the latest meetings on how Brexit will unfold.

12:51am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Brexit vote knocks employment confidence despite unemployment fall

Employment confidence fell three points following the referendum result

Consumers are feeling less confident about their jobs in the wake of Britain's vote to ditch the European Union, a report has found.

12:51am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Treasury Committee report calls for separate financial services enforcement body

A report warned the FCA risks 'regulatory overload' because of its wide range of objectives and initiatives

Chancellor Philip Hammond should commission an independent review of financial services regulation with a view to setting up a separate enforcement body, a parliamentary report has recommended.

12:51am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Sir Philip Green 'trying to find solution' for BHS pension fund

Sir Philip Green insisted he is "trying to find a solution" for BHS's pension fund

Ex-BHS boss Sir Philip Green has insisted he is "trying to find a solution" for the collapsed firm's pension fund and apologised to staff caught up in the "horrid story".

12:51am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Dutch men are world's tallest and Latvia's women are loftiest, study finds

The top 10 tallest nations in 2014 was dominated by European countries, and featured no English-speaking nation

The Netherlands has the tallest men in the world and Latvia the tallest women, according to the largest ever study of global height.

12:51am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Guarantee workers' rights before triggering Article 50 for Brexit, urges TUC

Frances O'Grady says working people in the UK "must not be made to pay the price of the vote to leave the European Union"

Workers' rights should be guaranteed before the Government triggers Article 50 to take the UK out of the European Union, according to the TUC.

12:51am Tuesday 26 July 2016
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