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9:40 am (an hour ago)
Tony Blair tells Labour party members to come to their senses and reject the "Alice in Wonderland" politics of Jeremy Corbyn.
9:27 am (an hour ago)
EU free movement should mean the "freedom to move to a job" - not to look for work or benefits - Home Secretary Theresa May says.
1:48 am (9 hours ago)
The first African-American and youngest person ever to play the lead role in Les Miserables on Broadway, Kyle Jean-Baptiste, dies in a fall.
10:18 am (31 minutes ago)
The A27 in West Sussex is partially reopened after the air crash at Shoreham killed 11 people more than a week ago.
8:48 am (2 hours ago)
Police in Bangkok charge a man in connection with the bomb attack that killed 20 people in the Thai capital nearly two weeks ago.
1:28 am (9 hours ago)
The Clipper Round The World Yacht Race, which will see 12 teams spend a year travelling the globe, is due to begin in London.
Yesterday 10:36 pm (12 hours ago)
The Ulster Unionist Party has confirmed that it will leave the Northern Ireland Executive.
9:23 am (an hour ago)
Details of Scottish public spending plans for next year are to be delayed by several months.
12:01 am (11 hours ago)
A blood sugar monitor that can stay in the body for five months is being tested on NHS patients with type 1 diabetes.
9:03 am (an hour ago)
New figures have revealed, for the first time, which individual salmon farms have shot seals.
7:47 am (3 hours ago)
Thousands gather outside the Japanese parliament to protest against plans to allow the military to deploy overseas.
3:47 am (7 hours ago)
Commemorations take place in New Orleans to mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which devastated the US city.
8:21 am (2 hours ago)
Three children are recovering in hospital in Austria after being rescued from a minivan containing 26 migrants.
12:03 am (11 hours ago)
What are the biggest and best songs from the Notting Hill Carnival?
12:02 am (11 hours ago)
The Calais migrant crisis is costing the road haulage industry £750,000 per day with delays and queues holding up the flow of traffic.
Yesterday 3:50 pm (19 hours ago)
Lizzie Jones, the widow of rugby league player Danny Jones, who died suddenly after being taken ill at a match in May, sings Abide With Me before the Challenge Cup final.
8:57 am (an hour ago)
Researchers say taking forty winks in the middle of the day could reduce blood pressure and stave off heart attacks.
2:39 am (8 hours ago)
What were the unusual and noteworthy things that trended online this week?
1:25 am (9 hours ago)
Commemorations are taking place in the US city of New Orleans to mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Yesterday 7:55 pm (15 hours ago)
Thousands of people have taken part in the annual pride march through the streets of Manchester.
5:49 am (5 hours ago)
There's a range of topics on front pages, but migration and showbusiness feature among the day's main stories.
Yesterday 6:26 pm (16 hours ago)
Bank of England governor Mark Carney says the decision on when to raise UK interest rates is still likely to be made at the end of the year, despite China's slowdown.
Yesterday, 1:06 am
The Edinburgh TV Festival agenda is dominated by the future of the BBC and the health of the British industry.
Friday, 11:21 am
The House of Lords is under the spotlight, with David Cameron set to create up to 40 new peers amid renewed calls for reform.
Friday, 7:21 pm
The Food Standards Agency is proposing new guidelines that would allow for restaurants to serve burgers rare.
Yesterday 7:41 pm (15 hours ago)
The first game of rugby at the Olympic Stadium - which will host five World Cup matches - is delayed when the sprinklers come on.
Yesterday 9:28 pm (13 hours ago)
French police arrest two men suspected of stealing safes from hotel rooms by posing as wealthy Gulf tourists.
Yesterday 8:04 pm (15 hours ago)
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho believes his team's title hopes would already be over if they played another league.
7:23 am (3 hours ago)
Belgian rider Kris Boeckmans is in an induced coma after suffering facial fractures in a crash at the Vuelta a Espana.
Yesterday 6:03 pm (17 hours ago)
The physical nightmare five-time world champion Mo Farah endures to win global titles is only half the battle, says Tom Fordyce.
Yesterday 10:30 pm (12 hours ago)
Leicester's Jamie Vardy and Swansea's Jonjo Shelvey will be included in the England squad when it is announced on Sunday.
Yesterday 3:46 pm (19 hours ago)
A computer glitch that delayed 275,000 HSBC payments has now been resolved, the bank tells the BBC.
Yesterday, 12:44 am
Justin King, the former chief executive of Sainsbury's, says the National Living Wage will "destroy jobs".
5:33 am (5 hours ago)
Firms could face penalties including higher national insurance payments if they failed to pay a proposed new higher living wage of £11 per hour, Andy Burnham says.
Yesterday 6:03 pm (17 hours ago)
European ministers agree to increase ID and baggage controls among other restrictions at railway stations, France's interior minister announces.
Yesterday, 5:29 am
Children with autism are having to wait an average of three-and-a-half years before diagnosis, while adults wait on average two years, experts say.
Yesterday, 7:02 am
Snacking or drinking water after a heavy night of drinking alcohol does not prevent a hangover, research on Dutch students suggests.
Thursday, 2:05 pm
The performance of children in England in tests at the end of primary school edges upwards, the government announces.
Friday, 1:37 pm
Ghana's authorities are investigating several universities over links to suspected recruitment for the so-called Islamic State (IS), officials say.
Friday, 4:41 pm
The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison extra-marital affair website, Noel Biderman, steps down following data hack.
Friday, 1:35 pm
Instagram is allowing its 300 million users to post landscape and portrait videos and pictures, as well as squares, for the first time.
Yesterday, 3:24 am
A French satellite system pictures a pile of rubble where the ancient Temple of Baalshamin at Palmyra in Syria used to stand.
Yesterday, 4:57 am
A team of Nasa recruits begins a year-long isolation in a dome near a barren volcano in Hawaii, to simulate life on Mars.
Yesterday 11:27 pm (11 hours ago)
Foals hail the "amazing" crowd during their surprise set at Reading Festival.
Yesterday 11:02 am (24 hours ago)
News Corp confirms it is in talks with Rebekah Brooks after reports she is to return as head of its UK division, a year after she was cleared over phone hacking.
Thursday, 12:03 am
The dark tale of Kullervo reveals that Tolkien's Middle Earth was inspired not only by England and Wales… but also by Finland.
Thursday, 2:14 pm
It's made it to the Oxford Dictionaries.
Friday, 2:16 am
Bar beauty from the inter-war years - now listed
Thursday, 2:14 pm
Previously unseen and rare photographs of the author
2:23 am (8 hours ago)
Does atheism have to be anti-religious?
12:42 am (10 hours ago)
The real story of the PoW played by Steve McQueen
Friday, 5:05 pm
The week's best reads
12:05 am (11 hours ago)
Indian scheme aims to encourage better toilet habits
12:40 am (10 hours ago)
Turks and Caicos Islands debates marine mammal park
12:24 am (10 hours ago)
England's lesser-known world champions
12:34 am (10 hours ago)
An emotional arrival on the shores of Europe
Friday, 5:05 pm
The week's big numbers, visualised
12:09 am (11 hours ago)
The last survivors of the Ealing film studios' heyday

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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