Mobile News Awards Sells Out In Record Time

Mobile News Awards Sells Out In Record Time

More than 850 industry guests to enjoy the channel party of the year

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Two charged over alleged robbery at UTL site

Two charged over alleged robbery at UTL site

Two men appear in court following incident at UTL recycling site in Leicestershire

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IFA: CAT Phones announce new S50 rugged 4G smartphone

IFA: CAT Phones announce new S50 rugged 4G smartphone

New 4G handset aimed at outdoor workers and sports enthusiasts

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Four men get 27-year sentences for £28m phone and chip fraud

Four men get 27-year sentences for £28m phone and chip fraud

Kent-based gang used company for import and export VAT fiddle

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SquareTrade and Tech Data Europe sign European insurance deal

SquareTrade and Tech Data Europe sign European insurance deal

Combined partnership may see faster provision of parts and replacement handsets across Europe

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Four found guilty in £30 million mobile phone VAT scam

Four found guilty in £30 million mobile phone VAT scam

Brian Murray, 48, Ross Bell, (pictured) 42, Lonnie Smith, 42, and Gary Salter, 43 all convicted of cheating the public revenue.

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Latest standings in 2014 Mobile News Personality of the Year poll

Latest standings in 2014 Mobile News Personality of the Year poll

Surge in votes see's Lyca Mobile chief Subaskaran Allirajah leaps from 20th to second as battle for the top 10 intensifies

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2013: Year in Review

2013: Year in Review

A 'record' 12 months of biggest-ever, fastest, thinnest, counterfeit, stolen and every other type of mobile phone

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HMRC cannot appeal £2.4m VAT decision

HMRC cannot appeal £2.4m VAT decision

Permission to appeal the decision that saw Unistar Group and Unistar Trading win back withheld VAT repayments rejected by the court

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Law firms may litigate to stop box breakers from going bust

Law firms may litigate to stop box breakers from going bust

Lawyers issue legal threat to HMRC following changes to rules on VAT repayments to international businesses buying batches of handsets in the UK

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