4.5m pay rise for U.S. boss of Cadbury's who snubbed MPs: Salary jump to 18.9m works out at 31.5% Irene Rosenfeld, head of American owners Kraft, gets 31.5 per cent pay riseProvoked anger with ruthless takeover of confectioner in 2010Has refused to explain actions to House of Commons select committee , she ended up wielding the axe a few weeks later
'Every penny matters': Osborne borrows Morrisons slogan in 'man of the people' speech to supermarket staff defending cuts to benefits Osborne says his reforms are backing 'people who want to get on in life'He said 'vested interests always complain' about welfare shake ups 14million households will be better off, the Chancellor announcesDefends cutting the 50p top rate of tax for highest earners ” class=”lightboxPopupLink” onclick=”return false”> Enlarge George Osborne's hopes of avoiding an unprecedented triple dip recession are on a knife-edge.
4,000 grapes to choose from… but we stick to four wines because we don't know what else to choose By Eleanor Harding PUBLISHED: 22:30 GMT, 25 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:58 GMT, 26 January 2013 If the choice of wines in the supermarket leaves you feeling a little overwhelmed, you’re not alone.
Ofcom boosts efforts to trace nuisance callers as study finds numbers have DOUBLED in a year Three quarters of landline owners received an unwelcome marketing call in the past year – up from one in four the year before, according to telecommunications watchdog Ofcom. At the same time, almost three in four received some form of hard-sell cold call from salesmen pushing everything from compensation for accidents that never happened to home broadband. Fury: Nearly half of us have reported receiving a marketing call in the past year (file photo) Silent calls are caused by call centre computers which randomly dial thousands of numbers and should have a salesman ready to talk to anyone who picks up.
Three-quarters of doctors who are struck off in Britain are trained abroad Figures reveal majority of doctors struck off were trained abroadGeneral Medical Council figures show largest number were trained in IndiaStatistics have raised concerns at the training of doctors from abroad | UPDATED: 01:27 GMT, 31 December 2012 Three out of four doctors struck off the medical register this year were trained abroad, figures show. It means that those who qualified overseas were over five times more likely to be struck off than British graduates
Royal nurse found hanged after taking DJs' hoax call about pregnant Duchess of Cambridge had tried to kill herself twice before last yearJacintha Saldanha made two attempts to kill herself last winterThe nurse took an overdose during visit to IndiaShe survived but tried to jump from a building nine days laterFamily now demanding answers of Australian media group and hospital | UPDATED: 10:39 GMT, 23 December 2012 Nurse Jacintha Saldanha, pictured with her husband Ben Barboza, is believed to have tried to commit suicide twice previously The nurse who committed suicide after answering a hoax phone call about the Duchess of Cambridge made two attempts to kill herself last winter and had been prescribed antidepressants. Jacintha Saldanha, who took her own life days after the call from Australian DJs pretending to be the Queen and Prince Charles, attempted to commit suicide last December with an overdose of pills during a family visit to India. She survived after being rushed to hospital but tried to commit suicide again just nine days later by apparently jumping from a building
Are those sleigh bells I hear No it's a phone call from work: Half of us expect Christmas to be interruptedOver a quarter fear having to work over the holiday and a fifth think they will be 'plagued' by work concernsA third say they have been bothered more than once over the festive season PUBLISHED: 01:29 GMT, 17 December 2012 | UPDATED: 01:29 GMT, 17 December 2012 It is meant to be a time dedicated to family and friends when we can leave our troubles behind. But half of us (50 per cent) expect Christmas to be interrupted by work and three-quarters (73 per cent) worry about their job in the run up to the festive season, a survey has found. More than a quarter of people (27 per cent) fear they will miss out by having to work over the holiday while more than one-in-five (23 per cent) worry their Christmas will be plagued by work concerns
They say they are the most family friendly government ever. So why such cowardice on internet porn | UPDATED: 22:36 GMT, 16 December 2012 One of the most pressing anxieties of responsible parents is how to stop their children from accessing pornography on the internet
Harriet Harman: Children pore over sexual images as their parents watch Downton in the next room… yet ministers do nothing | UPDATED: 23:50 GMT, 15 December 2012 Deputy Labour Leader Harriet Harman says the Government is doing 'very little' about increasing numbers of children being exposed to online porn The internet has transformed our lives and brought many benefits
'The family want answers': MP Keith Vaz demands 'full facts' from Kate hoax radio station as inquest hears hanged nurse had left three notesInquest into death of Jacintha Saldanha, 46, opened in Westminster today It reveals colleague and security guard found mother-of-two last Friday Two notes were found in her room and one was among her possessions Cameron: 'She clearly loved her job and many lessons need to be learned' | UPDATED: 00:22 GMT, 14 December 2012 The nurse found dead after a hoax call to the hospital treating the Duchess of Cambridge left three notes, a court heard yesterday.