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Italian showdown with Germany over euro looms closer Italian showdown with Germany over euro looms closer

Italy's simmering revolt against Germany, austerity and its own ultra-European elites is coming to a head again, in a reminder that the deep clash of interests between the euro's north and south remains as bitter as ever.

2013-06-12 17:40:04
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Supermarket gets drugs instead of bananas from Colombia Supermarket gets drugs instead of bananas from Colombia

Drug traffickers back in Colombia must be going bananas over how their shipment ended up at Danish supermarkets and not on the streets.

2013-06-12 17:05:38
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Qatada removal weeks away as Jordan approves extradition deal Qatada removal weeks away as Jordan approves extradition deal

Hate cleric Abu Qatada could be deported within weeks after the Jordanian parliament approved an extradition deal with the UK.

2013-06-12 16:56:20
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A 'disorderly' bursting of biggest bond bubble in history is biggest risk to financial stability, say BoE's Andy Haldane A 'disorderly' bursting of biggest bond bubble in history is biggest risk to financial stability, say BoE's Andy Haldane

Andy Haldane, the Bank of England's executive director for financial stability, believes the biggest risk to the global financial system is a "disorderly" bursting of the bond bubble created by quantitative easing.

2013-06-12 16:53:17
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Police, fire fighters and council officers in 90-minute chase to catch runaway bull Police, fire fighters and council officers in 90-minute chase to catch runaway bull

Police and fire fighters chase the young bull through residential streets and gardens in Hampshire.

2013-06-12 16:49:22
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Museum cuts could leave Britain 'senile' with no national memory, Archbishop of York says Museum cuts could leave Britain 'senile' with no national memory, Archbishop of York says

Britain is in danger of becoming "senile" by allowing its own history and heritage to be forgotten to save money, the second most senior cleric in the Church of England has said.
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2013-06-12 16:21:59
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Naughty Dog: what's next for the Santa Monica developer? Naughty Dog: what's next for the Santa Monica developer?

With the Uncharted developer's latest game, The Last of Us, about to be released, Tom Hoggins speaks to Naughty Dog's co-presidents Evan Wells and Christophe Balestra about the Santa Monica studio's past, present and future.

2013-06-12 16:21:52
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Seven top female fund managers Seven top female fund managers

Researchers at Bestinvest have identified seven of Britain's top female fund managers. We detail their track records.

2013-06-12 16:11:49
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End to economic stimulus panics US investors

JP Morgan's Clare Hart tells Emma Wall that investors in the S&P 500 can still find profit.

2013-06-12 16:04:07
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Greece demoted to 'emerging market' status Greece demoted to 'emerging market' status

MSCI, the most widely used equity index provider, prompted market fears about Greece on Wednesday, after demoting the country to emerging market status.

2013-06-12 15:51:57
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Al-Qaeda's how-to guide for using surface-to-air missiles found in Mali Al-Qaeda's how-to guide for using surface-to-air missiles found in Mali

Copies of a detailed guide instructing al-Qaeda extremists in how to use a surface-to-air missile capable of taking down a commercial aeroplane have been found in Mali.

2013-06-12 15:36:01
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David Cameron hints at further cuts to green energy subsidies David Cameron hints at further cuts to green energy subsidies

Prime Minister hints he would like to cut green subsidies that force up energy bills, after questioning the "sanity" of onshore wind farms.

2013-06-12 15:32:53
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Towering 22ft garden hedge causes bitter feud Towering 22ft garden hedge causes bitter feud

Man vows to "fight to the bitter end" over his hedge, which his neighbour says blocks all light from her home.

2013-06-12 15:14:23
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Cosa Nostra tested drones for murder, court hears Cosa Nostra tested drones for murder, court hears

A mafia turncoat has revealed for the first time that Sicily's Cosa Nostra was a pioneer in the use of killer drones, testing bomb-loaded remote controlled aircraft in the early 1990s.

2013-06-12 15:11:36
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NHS cash-for-access: does your hospital have a deal with Bounty? NHS cash-for-access: does your hospital have a deal with Bounty?

NHS hospitals are being paid to allow Bounty representatives access to newborn babies and new mothers. Here is a list of 147 hospitals around Britain who have signed up to the cash-for-access deal with Bounty.

2013-06-12 15:10:34
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NHS cash-for-access: breakdown of trusts paid by Bounty and Tempest NHS cash-for-access: breakdown of trusts paid by Bounty and Tempest

A series of FOI requests by The Daily Telegraph showed around £2.3 million was paid to hospitals last year under cash-for-access deals. Here is a breakdown of trusts who have received money between April 2012 and April 2013.

2013-06-12 15:09:24
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Jeremy Hunt suspends plans to close three childrens' heart surgery units Jeremy Hunt suspends plans to close three childrens' heart surgery units

Plans to close three childrens' heart surgery units were put on hold today by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt after a review suggested the consultation was "flawed".
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2013-06-12 14:54:44
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Zara-owner Inditex's profits boosted by global expansion Zara-owner Inditex's profits boosted by global expansion

Inditex, the Spanish company behind fashion retailer Zara, has reported a rise in quarterly profit as it pursued a global expansion with a string of new stores including in Japan, China and Russia.

2013-06-12 14:53:40
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Don't be too worried by the 'productivity puzzle' Don't be too worried by the 'productivity puzzle'

One of the puzzling features of the UK economy in the past few years has been disappointing productivity growth.

2013-06-12 14:38:58
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Employment figures: 'We can't afford to be complacent,' says minister

Employment minister Mark Hoban warns against complacency after it was announced that unemployment fell by 5,000 between February and April.

2013-06-12 14:15:23
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