An EU plan to blacklist tax havensAn EU plan to house refugeesAn EU plan to give prisoners the voteAn EU plan to limit how hot toasters can get
It's tax haven regulation.
Cameron said on Wednesday that for the first time Britain is open to supporting a European Union-wide blacklist of tax havens – a proposal his government had strongly opposed – in the wake of the Panama Papers.
It's almost 90% of warrants used to search properties and seize evidence.
The National Crime Agency used the flawed warrants in hundreds of live cases, an independent review found, following an investigation last year by BuzzFeed News that uncovered glaring “systemic” failings. The failings are so serious that key evidence could have to be relinquished in 51 cases being brought against some of Britain’s most serious gangsters.
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It's Eat, which will no longer cover the cost of its staff’s mid-shift breaks.
The chain has followed the lead of Caffè Nero, which last week confirmed it has ended its policy of offering free lunches to staff following the introduction of the living wage.
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Adult colouring books are big business.
James Daunt, the CEO of Waterstones, told BuzzFeed News that the industry had been recovering for the past 12–18 months after several years of struggle.
"Restaurant""Jail""School"There isn't a word missing from that headline
It's HMP Wormwood Scrubs jail that's got a rat problem – and worse.
The damning report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons painted a picture of a rat-infested jail where half the prisoners said they feel unsafe, with double the number of assaults and “far higher” levels of force used by staff than in similar prisons.
Yep. An electorate of three people. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Read how we got to such a weird situation here – in which BuzzFeed News conducts possibly the first ever opinion poll to sample the entire electorate for a British parliamentary election.
"David Scameron""David Hameron""Dodgy Dave""Dishface"
Skinner called Cameron "Dodgy Dave".
Skinner – aka "The Beast of Bolsover" – was ordered to withdraw the remark. He refused, and so got kicked out, as you can see in the excellent video.
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Sausages! And cheese!
The review, undertaken by the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, said the dogs were “not delivering effectively”.
It's Palmerston, named after the former foreign secretary who twice served as prime minister in the mid–19th century.
BuzzFeed News exclusively interviewed Palmerston about his foreign policy positions. He turned out to be quite an evasive interview subject.
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