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2:53 am (2 hours ago)
Haulage firms and lorry drivers owe more than £4m in fines imposed by UK Border Force staff after migrants were found on their vehicles.
Yesterday 9:09 pm (8 hours ago)
The Kids Company charity, which received £3m from ministers a week ago, tells the government it will close its services on Wednesday evening.
4:56 am (23 minutes ago)
Two passenger trains in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh derail within minutes of each other, killing at least 20 people, officials say.
1:52 am (3 hours ago)
A 24-hour strike is due to start at 21:30 BST following the failure to resolve a dispute between unions and London Underground.
Yesterday 11:04 pm (6 hours ago)
Former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath is being investigated by five police forces as part of their inquiries into allegations of historical child abuse.
Yesterday 10:00 pm (7 hours ago)
Labour leadership contender Andy Burnham promises to renationalise Britain's railways "line by line" if he becomes prime minister.
Yesterday 5:31 pm (12 hours ago)
Allegations of widespread doping in athletics are "sensationalist and confusing", according to the sport's governing body.
12:07 am (5 hours ago)
The number of UK workers who routinely work nights is on the rise, according to trades union body the TUC.
Yesterday 3:46 pm (14 hours ago)
Cilla Black died of natural causes after falling and having a stroke on the balcony of her Spanish home, a coroner confirms.
Yesterday 9:09 pm (8 hours ago)
Germany's justice minister sacks the country's top prosecutor, who had accused the government of interfering with a treason investigation.
Yesterday 10:54 pm (6 hours ago)
Scientists solve the riddle of why precariously balanced rocks near the San Andreas fault have never been toppled by earthquakes - revealing crucial interactions between faultlines.
3:10 am (2 hours ago)
The decline of the Hainan gibbon - the world's rarest primate - has been revealed by a trawl through historical Chinese documents.
12:15 am (5 hours ago)
The confirmation more police forces are investigating Sir Edward Heath and the results of the post-mortem examination on Cilla Black and are the focus for the front pages.
3:35 am (an hour ago)
The Syrian President has been forced to acknowledge setbacks as he fights for the survival of his regime, says Jim Muir.
3:36 am (an hour ago)
Sweden has welcomed migrants to the country, but that does not mean it has been plain sailing, says Shaun Ley.
3:39 am (an hour ago)
Four experts share their thoughts on the anti-vaccination movement.
3:44 am (an hour ago)
What do we know so far about left-wing Labour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn's programme for government?
Yesterday 5:21 pm (12 hours ago)
A giant inflatable minion has been causing trouble in Dublin after escaping from a nearby fairground.
Yesterday 12:27 pm (17 hours ago)
Gwyneth Paltrow says it was her website editor who wrote the now infamous phrase "conscious uncoupling", in describing her split from Chris Martin.
Yesterday 11:20 pm (6 hours ago)
Manchester United's Angel Di Maria says he is "very happy" to be joining Paris St-Germain, a year after moving to Old Trafford.
Yesterday 5:54 pm (11 hours ago)
Britain's James Guy wins 200m freestyle gold at the World Swimming Championships while Adam Peaty sets new 50m breaststroke record.
Yesterday 9:06 pm (8 hours ago)
LTA fails to persuade Florence and the Machine to move their show so Manchester Arena could host GB's tie with Australia.
Yesterday 5:14 pm (12 hours ago)
A year ahead of the Olympic Games in Rio, five remarkable athletes from across the globe tell their compelling stories.
Yesterday 11:52 pm (5 hours ago)
Floyd Mayweather will attempt to match Rocky Marciano's record of 49 wins without defeat against fellow American Andre Berto.
12:51 am (4 hours ago)
UK economic growth is set to slow down in the third quarter, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research said.
Yesterday 2:17 pm (15 hours ago)
The government begins its sell-off of shares in part-nationalised lender Royal Bank of Scotland, raising £2.1bn, a third below the price it paid.
1:12 am (4 hours ago)
David Cameron demands a timetable "pretty soon" for the publication of Sir John Chilcot's inquiry report on the 2003 Iraq war.
Yesterday 6:36 pm (11 hours ago)
Labour must "end the madness" of recent weeks over Jeremy Corbyn's candidacy and choose Yvette Cooper as its next leader, Alan Johnson says.
Yesterday 10:13 am (19 hours ago)
Regulator tells hospitals in England to "look again" at their financial plans as current proposals are "simply unaffordable".
Yesterday 12:45 pm (17 hours ago)
In a world first, the US Food and Drug Administration has given go-ahead for a 3D printed pill to go into production.
Yesterday 6:58 pm (10 hours ago)
The pass mark for the new Higher Maths exam was adjusted to 34% amid concerns it was "too difficult", it emerges.
Yesterday, 1:27 am
Vulnerable children in England could be put at risk by delays in social workers' assessments, Ofsted has said in a report.
Yesterday 10:21 am (19 hours ago)
Hackers are exploiting a serious flaw in the internet's architecture, according to a security firm.
Yesterday 3:14 pm (14 hours ago)
A second UK museum has started using virtual reality to give visitors a new view of its collection.
1:33 am (4 hours ago)
Dr Hugh Lewis examines the threat posed by growing amounts of space junk, and outlines some possible solutions.
Yesterday 12:59 pm (16 hours ago)
A study finds that wild bonobos use a single high-pitched call in a variety of contexts, showing a linguistic flexibility that was thought to be uniquely human.
Yesterday 11:42 am (18 hours ago)
London is named the most googled city in the world for its art galleries, performing arts and innovative design, with the Science Museum is the most searched-for museum.
Yesterday 4:14 pm (13 hours ago)
A Picasso artwork considered to be a national treasure by Spanish authorities is seized by French customs in Corsica.
Monday, 12:30 am
Stunning photography from some of the planet's remotest locations.
Monday, 12:15 am
A group of elderly women from a village in northern Italy have long dreamed of seeing the sea - but raising the funds to get there was something of a challenge.
Yesterday 3:03 pm (14 hours ago)
Six people have appeared in court in connection with the death of Bristol teenager Becky Watts, ahead of a trial set for 6 October.
Yesterday 2:30 pm (15 hours ago)
A pub receives an apology after claims Northampton Saints rugby players smashed glasses, intimidated staff and urinated in a garden on a night out.
2:06 am (3 hours ago)
Some letting agents in Scotland are still charging private tenants illegal fees, a BBC investigation has discovered.
2:07 am (3 hours ago)
Scotch whisky exports to Vietnam could be boosted after the EU reaches a free trade agreement deal with the south east Asian country.
Yesterday 11:19 pm (6 hours ago)
A man is killed in a crash on the Killowen Road in County Down.
Yesterday 5:19 pm (12 hours ago)
An agency nurse is arrested following an alleged assault at a care home in County Tyrone.
Yesterday 9:45 pm (8 hours ago)
Two prison guards are sacked for posting offensive messages about a Welsh prisoner who died in jail.
Yesterday 10:09 pm (7 hours ago)
Man, 35, suffers non life-threatening injuries after being hit by a bus on The Kingsway in Swansea city centre.
12:00 am (5 hours ago)
Authorities in the Libyan capital Tripoli investigate a video that appears to show Saadi Gaddafi and other prisoners being beaten in jail.
Yesterday 5:46 pm (12 hours ago)
Amnesty International accuses Sudan's army of committing war crimes by bombing and shelling civilian areas in its South Kordofan region.
4:11 am (an hour ago)
A court in Australia overturns government approval for what would have been one of world's biggest coal mines.
4:04 am (an hour ago)
The UK-based editor of the Sarawak Report, Clare Rewcastle-Brown, accuses Malaysia of "silencing free media" after a warrant is issued for her arrest.
Yesterday 4:09 pm (13 hours ago)
President Putin renews Russia's claim to about 1.2 million sq km (463,000 sq miles) of the Arctic shelf in a new submission to the United Nations.
Yesterday 6:16 pm (11 hours ago)
A German conservative MP, Martin Patzelt, is looking after two Eritrean refugees in his home and helping them find jobs.
Yesterday 12:28 pm (17 hours ago)
Mexican officials say there will be no impunity in the case of five people, including journalist Ruben Espinosa, who were found murdered on Friday.
Yesterday 11:20 pm (6 hours ago)
A Black Hawk police helicopter crashes in a remote jungle area of Colombia, killing at least 16 officers.
Yesterday 5:14 pm (12 hours ago)
Pro-government forces in Yemen recapture the country's largest airbase after a fierce battle with Houthi rebels, government officials say.
1:29 am (4 hours ago)
Israel takes the unusual step of jailing a suspected Jewish militant without trial following the death of a Palestinian infant in an arson attack.
4:36 am (42 minutes ago)
Rick Perry, the former governor of Texas, is not among the 10 White House hopefuls who will take part in the first Republican debate.
Yesterday 11:07 pm (6 hours ago)
The family of a black woman who died in police custody announces legal action against Texas authorities.
Sunday, August 2nd, 11:21 am
Images of endangered animals light up New York
Thursday, July 30th, 9:02 am
Readers' photographs on the theme of metal.
Saturday, August 1st, 1:11 am
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
Friday, July 31st, 1:56 am
BMC Ecology's 2015 competition winners
Thursday, July 30th, 8:19 am
Simon Norfolk's landscapes of Afghanistan
Wednesday, July 29th, 1:22 am
Ten steps to improve your photography
Monday, July 27th, 4:03 am
Plight of abandoned Spanish hunting dogs
Thursday, July 23rd, 1:39 pm
Readers' photographs on the theme of derelict
Wednesday, July 22nd, 2:40 pm
The Health Committee heard from key figures in NHS England.
12:05 am (5 hours ago)
Sabir Massih, the hangman responsible for at least a quarter of the executions in Pakistan, speaks to Shaimaa Khalil in Islamabad.
4:00 am (an hour ago)
Thursday marks 70 years to the day since the United States dropped the world's first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.
Yesterday, 4:40 am
Australian stunt biker Robbie Maddison has found a way to surf on his motorbike.
12:43 am (5 hours ago)
As the National Museum of the Royal Navy prepares to open HMS M33 to the public for the first time, the restoration project's director explains some of the ship's features.
4:03 am (an hour ago)
The BBC's Wyre Davies takes a helicopter tour over Rio de Janeiro to survey the preparations for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
3:37 am (an hour ago)
A Picasso painting worth more than $27m (£17m) has been seized and impounded by French custom officials in Corsica.
12:45 am (5 hours ago)
Security experts give a live demonstration of mobile phone spyware
12:06 am (5 hours ago)
Sir James Dyson offers the business advice he wishes he had when he started out, as part of the BBC News series, CEO Secrets.
3:31 am (an hour ago)
The pool of blood that changed my life
2:25 am (3 hours ago)
Four luxury watches that have caused an outcry
Yesterday 10:36 pm (7 hours ago)
Countering the sanitised US narrative of Hiroshima
2:08 am (3 hours ago)
The day I ordered a pizza that 'doesn't exist'
2:54 am (2 hours ago)
How intelligence agencies hack mobile phones
2:39 am (3 hours ago)
The Pakistani hangman continuing a family tradition
Yesterday 5:48 pm (12 hours ago)
Why might women feel temperature differently to men?
Yesterday 11:33 am (18 hours ago)
Contestants on Cilla Black's shows share memories

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February 2011

NMJ launches Commercial Legal Expenses products

NMJ Insurance Brokers Limited (“NMJ”) has launched six new Commercial Legal Expenses products to provide additional comfort for businesses looking to protect themselves against the legal costs incurred in pursuing or defending a range of potential claims. The Legal Expenses policy has an indemnity limit of £100,000 which caters automatically for anything from small businesses to large organisations with a turnover up to £5 million (or higher on request)...Read More