Three at 3: The three stories you need to read right now

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We’re officially halfway through the working week - to celebrate, we’ve put together the top three stories of the day in bite-sized form, just to make your life that bit easier.

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BHS Destroyer

It seems Sir Philip Green can’t catch a break as his infamous superyacht Lionheart is renamed by a British comedian. Travelling in a dinghy to attach his homemade sign to the yacht, the prankster seemed pleased with himself and later tweeted admitting he was the culprit.

The most attractive job titles

Ever wondered if your job title made you more attractive? You may be onto something. Dating app Tinder has revealed its list of the most attractive job titles measured by its “right swipe” system, featuring separate lists for males and females. We’re sure you’re as anxious to find out how your profession ranks as we were.

World’s greatest city for opportunity

It all appeared be doom and gloom for the capital after the Brexit vote, but today it was confirmed that London has managed to retain its status as the world's best city for opportunity. Compiled by PwC, the list aims to identify the world's leading centre for business, commerce and culture. Here’s why the city has managed this despite Brexit blues.