Business

Unchecked immigration will lead to economic growth, warn experts

ECONOMISTS have warned that unless immigration is drastically reduced the UK faces the biggest boom since the 1980s.

Employees to be booed at work

FOLLOWING Luis Suarez’s brace of goals against Manchester City, employers are to incentivise workers by arranging similar abuse.

Clampdown on nuisance calls from relatives

REGULATORS have announced a clampdown on unsolicited phone calls and texts from family members.

The Daily Telegraph's promise to its readers, sponsored by Canesten

The Daily Telegraph makes no apology for the way it has treated irritants claiming we are beholden to our advertisers, just as the Canesten range treats irritation quickly and effectively.

Receipts for cash-in-hand work to be signed ‘Sweeney Todd’

TRADESMEN have said they are happy to give receipts for cash jobs provided they can use ridiculous fake names.

Nutella 'meant to be rubbed into the skin'

CHOCOLATE spread Nutella is designed to be absorbed through the pores, it has emerged.

All brands either annoying or evil

BIG brands are all either irritating or demonic, it has emerged.

HMRC thought tax evasion email was ‘special offer’ from bank

HMRC failed to act on a whistleblower’s tax evasion email because they thought it was a marketing  campaign.