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A high school is being sued after a teacher allegedly brought real swords to the classroom and instructed pupils to fight. Chemistry teacher Loviata Mitchell allegedly told pupils she had a "surprise" before pulling out weapons described as resembling a katana and a rapier, which she smuggled past s

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Savills has raised record £71 million from the sale of 350 lots at its first-ever two-day live-streamed auction on 27 and 28 February. The auction achieved 74% success rate. The auction showcased a surge in demand for higher value lots, with 13 lots selling for over £1m. Savills has

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The Royal Mint has unveiled a coin featuring George Michael.

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Angry parents summoned police to a "Willy Wonka Experience" in Glasgow after it turned out to be little more than a sparsely-decorated warehouse. Police Scotland confirmed that officers attended the event and provided advice as parents with crying children raged about the £35 ticket price.

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Businesses in Japan are increasingly turning to a new form of insurance product in response to a surge in viral videos featuring part-time employees engaging in disruptive behaviour. A recent incident involved Domino's Pizza Japan Inc., which issued a public apology on this month after a v

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A man has been charged with insider trading offences after allegedly making close to $2 million by eavesdropping on his wife's work calls.

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Trump supporters have begun crowdfunding $355 million (around £280m) to cover a penalty imposed on the former president by a New York court – and have raised just over $1 million so far. Judge Arthur Engoron ordered Trump to pay the eye-watering $354.8m sum in damages after finding that

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A school principal in Japan has been fired for stealing coffee, and denied retirement pay.

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A former Morgan Stanley banker was allegedly given a fake job title in an attempt to deceive EU regulators. In a recent Frankfurt court hearing, the senior banker accused his former employer of fabricating his job title, "head of loan trading", due to relocation requirements of key staff post-Brexit

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Donald Trump has launched a trainer collection that has reportedly already sold out. The trainers are covered in a gold finish and have been dubbed the "Never Surrender High-Tops. Just 1,000 trainers were released as part of the collection, with each pair numbered and ten of them autographed by the

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A rare Celtic coin found by a metal detectorists in a field has sold for £4,400 at auction.

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A man who had been living rent-free in the New Yorker Hotel is facing charges of filing false property records after attempting to claim ownership of the building. Mickey Barreto, a 48-year-old man from New York City, was living in the property for free by exploiting a local housing law that al

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Former Formula 1 champion, Jenson Button, has been faced with legal action over the sale of a classic 1970 Ford Bronco. Businessman Leo Eccles alleges that Button falsely claimed ownership of the vehicle, which allegedly belonged to Button's now-wife, Brittny Ward. Eccles paid $166,000 (around &poun

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