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Paper driving licence abolished: what you need to know

Fri 1 May, AT 16:41

The DVLA is abandoning the paper driving licence in order to save time and money

San Andreas movie

San Andreas – and five more badly timed films

Deja Vu
Fri 1 May, AT 14:46

Nepal disaster forces change of plans, but San Andreas is not the first film to suffer poor timing

Eden Hazard of Chelsea celebrates with a teammate

Chelsea prepare for coronation as relegation battle heats up

Fri 1 May, AT 13:41

Premier League preview: west London pub landlords prepare for bank holiday bonanza

Heatwaves 'more likely' to hit England due to climate change

One-Minute Read
Fri 1 May, AT 13:22

Record-breaking temperatures in Britain now 13 times more likely, due to human influences, scientist warn

10 Downing Street

Election 2015: questions over ‘undecided voter’ who took on Miliband

Election Watch
Fri 1 May, AT 13:14

Six days to go: Did BBC vet its audience properly? Is Ed serious about blanking the Scots?

Oil price drop hits profits at Exxon and Shell

One-Minute Read
Fri 1 May, AT 12:44

Profitability has been curtailed by the low oil price, but both energy giants beat analysts' expectations

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Gold price pinned down despite Russian spree

One-Minute Read
Fri 1 May, AT 12:27

The gold price a third of its 2011 peak, and much of the world has turned its back on the precious metal

Should students be allowed to use Google during exams?

One-Minute Read
Fri 1 May, AT 12:08

The head of a UK exam board thinks so, but others dismiss the controversial idea as 'a nonsense'

Columnist Don Brind

Dave is winner on the night but Ed's ahead in new polls

Fri 1 May, AT 11:33
Don Brind

To general incredulity, both party leaders said they could still win overall majorities. Think again