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Sports Direct and Primark are among a list of companies that have been named and shamed for paying staff less than the minimum wage, with the government dishing out £1. 3m of fines and ordering £1. 7m to be paid to 16,000 underpaid workers.
Countries from all over the world have rushed to criticise US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, which has further raised tensions in the already-strained wider Middle East.
North Korea said war with the US is "an established fact", blaming the South Korean and US military exercises that are set to run until Friday.
Ryanair pilots in Italy have voted for a short strike on December 15, though the Irish company have shrugged off the threat.
Google has announced that it will assign more than 10,000 staff to detecting and deleting extremist content on YouTube in 2018.
UK housebuilders have requested a special permit system to allow construction workers from abroad to be recruited to help with the housing crisis post Brexit.
The Labour party labeled the result of the ongoing Brexit talks "embarrassing", demanding single market membership be "put back on the table".
The US and the South Korean air forces will beef-up and go ahead with their joint annual military exercises, a week after North Korea fired its most powerful test missile to date.
Theresa May is under pressure from all sides to get the Brexit talks back on track after Northern Ireland's DUP refused to accept the deal on the Irish border.
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan is requesting a special Brexit deal to allow London to stay within the European Union’s single market and customs union.
Bitcoin hit a new record high of nearly $11,800 on Sunday breaking it’s last record of over $11,000 on Wednesday 29 November.