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Property sale signs are seen outside of a group of newly built houses in west London

The London housing crisis has reached the point that many workers are being forced to leave their jobs because they can’t afford to live within reach of their employers.
Britains Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William leave the Lindo Wing of St Marys Hospital with their new baby boy in London

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge now have a healthy baby boy, whose name has yet to be announced, but who has become fifth in line for the British throne.
White GuanYin statue in Nanshan Buddhist Cultural Park Sanya Hainan Island China

Tropical paradise Hainan is the key proving ground for China's "green reforms": from a ban on fossil-fuel cars to rules to preserve natural beauty and native wildlife.
An active gray-haired senior working in his studio (1)

Many people, even those approaching retirement age, have underestimated how long they will live, thereby causing themselves to have saved inadequately to pay for their retired life.
Financier working with netbook

A PiggyBank commissioned study revealed that one tenth of adults in the United Kingdom feel they aren’t good with money. Many are not saving enough for the future and what the economy may bring.
Police officers and forensic investigators examine the scene around Walthamstow Leisure Centre where a teenage boy was shot in London

The number of violent deaths in Britain’s capital has surpassed those in New York following an increase in knife and gun crime.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki is seen near Youtube headquarters following an active shooter situation in San Bruno California

A woman injured three YouTube employees and killed herself in a shooting spree at the company’s San Francisco headquarters on Tuesday.
Businessmen with suitcases are walking along South bank

British Workers should be taking home more pay after a Government increase in the tax-free personal allowance.
A tourist with a backpack and in a baseball cap on the street throws a plastic bottle into a container with waste.

Despite the willingness of major supermarkets to work with environment secretary Michael Gove on a deposit return system (DRS) the British Retail Consortium (BRC) warns of a £1 billion implementation cost.
Hand hold a packet of NESTLE Kit Kat mini mocha chocolate wafer in supermarket.

Nestle has revealed its creation of an altered version of sugar that tastes sweeter. In this way, less can be used, allowing it to cut back its sugar use by 30 percent in its Milkybar Wowsomes.