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Are you really ready to retire?

If I leave my job now, I think I’ll have enough money to live comfortably the rest of my life. So is there any reason I shouldn’t stop working and retire? –J.Z. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

U.K. unemployment is at a 42-year low. That’s not as good as it looks

British unemployment is the lowest it has been in 42 years — but many workers won’t be celebrating. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

Trump vs. Amazon: So much for the businessman president

Donald Trump fashions himself as a CEO president. But he’s feuding with one of America’s most famous, most respected and wealthiest business leaders — Amazon’s Jeff Bezos — mainly because the company is so successful. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

Brexit: Britain to demand no barriers at the Irish border

A government ‘position paper’ rejects the idea of CCTV cameras or number plate recognition systems – instead saying that the current ‘frictionless’ arrangements should effectively stay in place. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

Richard Littlejohn on Big Ben and tyranny

It is the symbol of Britain that gave us comfort while fighting the Nazis during World War Two but Big Ben is now set to fall silent due to health and safety, writes RICHARD LITTLEJOHN. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

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Young Indian engineer leaves Silicon Valley to find success back in India

Each year, tens of thousands of Indian students head to the U.S. in order to get a college degree, find a job and pursue the American Dream. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

Silent Witness’ Liz Carr stabbed in the head in London

Silent Witness actress Liz Carr, 45, (pictured) who plays scientist Clarissa Mullery in the BBC crime drama series, was rushed to hospital after being attacked near Euston station in London. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

Philippines Sees the Bloodiest Night of Duterte’s Drug War With 32 Killed in Raids

Philippine police have killed 32 people in a series of drug raids near the capital Manila, in what’s believed to be the bloodiest night of President Roderigo Duterte’s drug war. Those killed from Monday to Tuesday in Bulacan province were suspected drug offenders, police said according to the BBC. Since Duterte came to power just over one year ago, he has waged a brutal campaign to crack down on suspected drug dealers, users and other “personalities” in an effort to clean up drugs... 
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