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September 19, 2018 4:10 PM Farmer unearths £31,000 DIAMOND while digging up his allotment

A LOCAL farmer has unearthed a £31,000 diamond while digging up his allotment. The incident took place in the village of Janakpur in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The stone has been confirmed as 12.5-carat and will be sold at auction in the coming weeks, according to reports. A local diamond expert told local media that they have the farmer's 5

September 17, 2018 8:58 PM US sanctions on Iran are 'unproductive' and 'wrong', Russia's energy minister says

THE reimposition of punitive sanctions of Iran’s oil industry will be unproductive, while the consequences of such a move are unpredictable, Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak has warned United States President Donald Trump. Sanctions are set to be re-imposed on Iran's oil industry on November 4 after Mr Trump decided to withdraw the US from international 8

September 14, 2018 10:59 AM Gina Miller rules out running for Liberal Democrat leadership with warning against a new political party

The woman who ensured MPs had the power to trigger Article 50 launches a new campaign to publish "unspun facts" about Brexit. The businesswoman and Remain campaigner insisted neither she nor the party had discussed the idea of her replacing Sir Vince Cable. Asked by Sky News if she would run when he steps down, Ms Miller said: "No I wouldn't. "I have much more to do both in my work of transparency 10

September 6, 2018 4:12 PM US trade war: China’s FIGHT against Trump SANCTIONS could BACKFIRE on Beijing

BEIJING has imposed retaliatory tariffs on United States goods as it fights the Trump administration’s aggressive trade war. But experts have warned that Beijing’s planned devaluation of the yuan and a lack of demand for US produced goods could backfire on the superpower as it struggles to fight crippling tariffs. Donald Trump hit China with a whopping 13

September 6, 2018 7:25 AM Watchdog Ofgem announces price cap that will save 11 million UK households £75 a year

New energy price cap will save 11 million households £75 a year by limiting rip-off tariffs to £1,136 says watchdog Ofgem More than 11 million households across the UK will benefit from an energy cap that will save them an average of £75 a year. Industry watchdog Ofgem is bringing in a price cap that will limit energy companies to charging no more than £1,136 a year. This will force 8

September 1, 2018 1:21 AM First train on new line will be nine months

BRITAIN’S newest railway line is running late – before it has even opened. The Elizabeth Line, named in honour of the Queen, was due to start operating in December, running from east to west across London. But services will not now begin until autumn next year, a Crossrail spokesman said yesterday. “He now needs to take responsibility and explain to Londoners 11

August 29, 2018 11:53 PM Helen McGinn tries Vino Rosé 2017 paired with spicy prawns

Knackered mother's wine club: This week Helen McGinn tries Vino Rosé 2017 paired with spicy prawns With almost a third off the normal price, this Californian red is an absolute bargain at the moment. It’s loaded with juicy bramble fruit flavours with a punch of spice. Mellow and moreish. A gorgeous example of Spain’s hidden gem, from the Rias Baixas 7

August 27, 2018 1:15 PM Iran takes control of major oil shipping route warning US: You DON'T belong here

OIL prices could soar after Iran claimed it had taken full control of the Persian Gulf, a key oil shipping route in the Middle East. In a provocative statement, Tehran announced it had "full supervision over the Persian Gulf" and said the US navy does not belong there. The Iranian regime has repeatedly threatened to take military action in the Gulf to block 28

August 24, 2018 7:34 AM Albion chief executive Paul Barber defends flasks ban at the Amex

MR Sallis describes Brighton and Hove Albion’s decision to ban flasks as “another way to extract as much money from fans as possible” and the “continuing price we pay for joining the elitism of the Premier League”. We have to be far more aware of safety and security issues than ever before and, as a result, our policies and procedures are under constant 13

August 24, 2018 7:21 AM Turkey lira crisis hits BRITAIN as business owners crippled by price rises

THE Turkey lira crisis has Turks in Britain fearing for their livelihoods as the crumbling economy affects business. Turkey’s lira meltdown is causing an economic crisis in other corners across the world, including London, where thousands of Turkish business people rely on the crippled currency for importing products into Britain. The crisis, sparked 11