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Smoke and flames visible from miles away as staff are evacuated from Stanlow oil refinery in Cheshire.
Five of England’s leading letting agents are discriminating against tenants on housing benefit, says a report.
The Forbes list of best-paid actors puts George Clooney at the top and The Rock in second place.
Investigation finds one in ten estate agents refuse to let properties to those on housing benefits.
US companies outline the products to be hit hardest by the President's higher taxes on Chinese goods.
Fears that everything would become more expensive by rounding up prices are unfounded, economists say.
Dr Harry Destecroix, 31, co-founded Ziylo while finishing his PhD in Bristol four years ago.
Despite stagnating earnings, 2.1 million more people now have jobs, Resolution Foundation finds.
The payout will cover former and current employees who allege sexual harassment and discrimination.
The social media giants say they have shut down hundreds of accounts linked to Russia and Iran.
Passengers say they have been charged fees by their banks after cheques from airline were unsigned.
Cricket and dance are being combined in a project challenging gender stereotypes in rural India
Businesses close and streets empty as President Maduro's new currency causes uncertainty.
Mystery shopping reveals four-fold increases in premiums even when issues have been been stable for years.
Millions of consumers "are not getting a clear picture from the websites they visit", says Which?
Asking people what they currently earn can trap women into lower salaries, a charity says.
The index tracking the 500 biggest public companies in the US has risen almost 325% since 2009.
Banks have been told it's "not fair" to automatically blame customers for money lost through a scam.
The Scottish government's Gers figures have been a key battleground in the independence debate.
The High Street chain warns its online customers to change their passwords.