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4 hours ago

Martinez: Moyes will bounce back

Everton manager Roberto Martinez, left, thinks David Moyes, right, will bounce back after leaving Manchester United

Everton manager Roberto Martinez is confident predecessor David Moyes will have no problems in getting a new job after being sacked by Manchester United after just 10 months in charge.

12 hours ago

Barclays face shareholders' fury

ActionAid campaigners wear masks featuring the face of Barclays boss Antony Jenkins as they protest at the bank's Annual General Meeting.

Barclays was accused of "paying for Manchester United but getting Colchester United" as it faced shareholder anger over rising bonuses and falling profits.

12 hours ago

Duncan Smith welcomes Bank claim

Ian Duncan Smith addresses the Conservative spring forum.

Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has welcomed suggestions from a key Bank of England committee that benefit reforms may be driving a rise in self employment.

15 hours ago

Ukip 'two-faced' on Europe - Clegg

Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg will accuse David Cameron and Ed Miliband over Europe

Nick Clegg accused Ukip of running a campaign based on "false claims and fear" as he warned that millions of jobs would be put at risk if the UK left the European Union.

15 hours ago

Welfare plans 'risk well-being'

Iain Duncan Smith said Scottish Government proposals 'would risk the well-being of vulnerable people'

The British Government has raised more concerns about the future cost of pensions and benefits in an independent Scotland.