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Controversy as a pasty triumphs at the British Pie Awards

The decision to award the top prize to a pasty has generated debate about what constitutes a pasty and a pie

Telegraph BMW Junior Golf Championships: calling all budding golfers to our...

The Telegraph BMW Junior Golf Championship is entering its fourth decade as two prominent former winners share their experiences

Jack Nowell and England are a cut above

Jack Nowell is sporting a new look and Joe Marler gets down and dirty as they look ahead to the RBS Six Nations clash with Wales

Revealed: the weirdest sub-genres on Netflix

From 'scary cult movies from the 1980s' to 'coming-of-age animal tales', Netflix has every niche covered.

Mark Carney: Bank will not make recommendation on EU

The Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, says his organisation will not be making any recommendations on whether Britain should remain in the European Union or not

Millions could see energy bills cut under price cap plan

Competition and Markets Authority expected to propose a safeguard tariff that could result in cheaper bills for more than four million households with pre-payment electricity and gas meters

Saving for your pension – by numbers

All the numbers you need to know about pensions following news of a possible age hike

It’s true, the City will suffer if Britain votes to leave...

Countries that reject the EU's obligations are denied access to its single market - particularly in banking

Tax cuts work – which is why the Tories need to...

Lower taxes on labour and capital make it easier for firms to attract the talented people and investment they need to grow

Quiz: How much should you be panicking about your finances?

A light-hearted quiz about the gaping maw of financial misery that perpetually threatens to devour us all