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Daily Mail
18 min. ago

ALEX BRUMMER: Big shadow over pension revolution is that incentives to save in pension funds are gradually...

The shutters have finally come down on America’s great experiment in quantitative easing, the printing of money through bond buying. In the US and Britain, QE has been credited with delivering growth and work, even if...

 
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Daily Mail
18 min. ago

Shareholders in British Airways' parent International Airlines Group set for first dividend since it was...

Shareholders in British Airways’ parent International Airlines Group are set for their first dividend since it was created from 2011’s merger with Spanish carrier Iberia. An investor payout is widely expected to be...

 
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Daily Mail
18 min. ago

MARKET REPORT: Stock markets across Europe surge and Footsie posts biggest advance since February after...

Stock markets across Europe surged and the Footsie posted its biggest advance since February after the Bank of Japan announced a surprise stimulus programme, setting off a wave of optimism that saw the dollar...

 
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Daily Mail
18 min. ago

HUGO DUNCAN: It would be no surprise if rates stay at rock bottom until after General Election - possibly...

It was not long ago that a number of observers were betting that the Bank of England would raise interest rates in November 2014 – in other words, next week. Not any more. With the economy booming over the summer and...

 
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Daily Mail
18 min. ago

Shares in Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland soar after proposed rules forcing lenders to hold more...

Shares in Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland soared yesterday after proposed rules forcing lenders to hold more capital were more lenient than they had feared. Yesterday the Bank of England announced measures to...

 
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Daily Mail
18 min. ago

Founder of WPP says political unrest in China is greatest threat to world economy

Political unrest in China is the greatest threat to the world economy, the founder of WPP said yesterday. Listing worries that have sapped confidence from global investors, Sir Martin Sorrell, boss of the advertising...

 
miliband calls for second chamber to represent all uk’s cities and regions
Guardian
29 min. ago

Miliband calls for second chamber to represent all UK’s cities and regions

Ed Miliband will broaden his drive for the devolution of political and economic power to the cities and regions, and away from London, by saying he wants an elected second chamber completely recast as representative...

 
we all know ministers are given gifts, but which ones do they keep?
Guardian
today, 20:57

We all know ministers are given gifts, but which ones do they keep?

David Cameron’s penchant for designer shoes and the State of Qatar’s propensity to lavish designer watches on the Ministry of Defence are revealed in official documents released on Friday. The ministerial code states...

 
fiona woolf quits as head of child sex abuse inquiry due to her links to former home secretary lord brittan
Daily Record
today, 20:13

Fiona Woolf quits as head of child sex abuse inquiry due to her links to former home secretary Lord Brittan

THE inquiry into historic child sex abuse and allegations of an establishment cover up at Westminster has been thrown into chaos after the chairman announced she was stepping down in the face of a barrage of...

 
Guardian
today, 20:04

Conservatives put under further pressure by £2.7bn EU contributions

George Osborne is facing further criticism over the scale of Britain’s payments to the European Union after it emerged that the Treasury quietly handed over an unexpected £2.7bn last year and total net contributions...

 
jon cruddas: ed miliband faces a dilemma as the political ground shifts
Guardian
today, 19:58

Jon Cruddas: Ed Miliband faces a dilemma as the political ground shifts

On Friday proceedings in Manchester town hall began with something in rather short supply of late: good news for the Labour party. In the wood-panelled first-floor Scrutiny Room, Ed Miliband understatedly informed his...

 
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The Independent
today, 18:52

Judge attacks legal aid cuts as couple fight to keep their son

One of Britain’s most senior judges has launched a withering attack on cuts to legal aid after a couple with learning disabilities was not provided with a lawyer to fight the forced adoption of their two-year-old son.

 
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Reuters
34 min. ago

Britain warns travelling nationals of heightened security risk from IS

"You should be vigilant at this time." The warning will be included on all government travel advice web pages, and comes in response to an increase in the generalised threat level, rather than a specific...

 
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Reuters
34 min. ago

U.S. chides Russia over military flights in Europe

"We certainly don't see these increased flights and activity as helpful to the security situation in Europe," Kirby said. "What we'd ask authorities in Russia to do is to take steps, concrete tangible...

 
brighton jihadi vows to fight to the death in syria despite family pleas
Guardian
55 min. ago

Brighton jihadi vows to fight to the death in Syria despite family pleas

A British jihadi whose two brothers have been killed fighting in Syria has said he is ignoring pleas from his father return home and will continue to battle pro-Bashar al-Assad forces “till death”. Amer Deghayes, the...

 
verdict due on british-iranian woman arrested at tehran sports stadium
Guardian
today, 21:17

Verdict due on British-Iranian woman arrested at Tehran sports stadium

A British-Iranian woman detained in Iran for trying to watch a volleyball game will learn on Saturday whether she has been found guilty of propaganda against the regime. Ghoncheh Ghavami, 25, faces up to a year in a...

 
canada suspends visas for residents of west african ebola outbreak countries
Guardian
today, 21:09

Canada suspends visas for residents of west African Ebola outbreak countries

Canada will stop issuing visas to people from the three west African nations where the Ebola virus is widespread, the government said on Friday. The federal citizenship ministry, explaining the move, said in an...

 
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Reuters
today, 20:43

Eleven dead, over 45 injured in Honduras bus accident

Authorities are investigating the cause of the accident, which occurred near the town of San Juan de Opoa about 124 miles (200 kilometers) west of the capital city of Tegucigalpa. (Reporting by Gustavo Palencia;...

 

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The Independent
3 min. ago

Paris Masters 2014: Andy Murray defeated by Novak Djokovic in straight sets

Nothing will detract from his achievements of the last six weeks but Andy Murray was given a reminder here on Friday night of the gap he still needs to bridge in order to start winning the sport’s biggest prizes again.

 
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The Independent
3 min. ago

Norwich vs Bolton match report: Cameron Jerome's goal brace fires Norwich up into third place

Two goals from Cameron Jerome gave Norwich City their first home win in six attempts as they soared up to third place in the Championship table.

 
glasgow 17 treviso 9: victory is all that counts on foul night
The Herald
12 min. ago

Glasgow 17 Treviso 9: Victory is all that counts on foul night

They did have the satisfaction of scoring the only try of the game but it says it all that they could not pull clear until Albert Anea, the replacement Treviso prop, was sent off for throwing a punch late in the...

 
Daily Express
17 min. ago

EXCLUSIVE: Real Madrid prepare a MEGA £20m bid for Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris

The Spanish giants have turned to Tottenham's France goalkeeper as a possible replacement for the long-serving Iker Cassillas, who has had an inconsistent campaign. Lloris is still Mauricio Pochettino's first-choice...

 
norwich back to winning ways as cameron jerome’s double sinks bolton
Guardian
23 min. ago

Norwich back to winning ways as Cameron Jerome’s double sinks Bolton

Cameron Jerome’s brace got Norwich going again in the Sky Bet Championship as they beat Bolton 2-1. Neil Adams’s side had gone five games without a win and were in desperate need of a boost. Jerome gave them it,...

 
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The Independent
25 min. ago

Calum Clark tempers nasty side to fuel his England dream

England have made life unnecessarily hard for themselves in lots of different ways since winning the World Cup almost 11 years ago: they were far too complacent in allowing Sir Clive Woodward to turn his back on...

 
 
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