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IMF to give verdict on UK economy – live
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Britain's Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne walks out of Number 11 Downing st to meet George Osborne, Britain's chancellor of the exchequer, could face criticism over his handling of the UK economy. Photograph: ANDREW COWIE/AFP/Getty … Related Blogs

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Welcome home: 'Made in USA' on the rise
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The company's first core customers were unions that wanted to support union wages and "Made in USA" goods. Recently, a funny thing started happening: A new crop of customers began calling Unionwear headquarters in Newark, N.J.. East Coast fashion … Related Blogs

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Rare bat on brink of UK extinction
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One of the UK's rarest mammals, the grey long-eared bat is in danger of disappearing from the country, according to research. A four-year study by scientists from the University of Bristol estimated there were 1,000 of the bats left – all confined to … Related Blogs

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Britain sent poison gas chemicals to Assad: Proof that the UK delivered Sarin …
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British companies sold chemicals to Syria that could have been used to produce the deadly nerve agent that killed 1,400 people, The Mail on Sunday can reveal today. Between July 2004 and May 2010 the Government issued five export licences to two … Related Blogs

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Internet Archive Seeking Donations To Rebuild Its Fire-Damaged …
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The non-profit Internet Archive suffered a major setback this morning when a fire broke out at its San Francisco office, causing an estimated $600000 in.. Related Blogs

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Google Fiber looks to bring gigabit internet to 34 new cities …
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Google Fiber is one of Google's more interesting side projects, bringing gigabit internet access to a few select cities in the US. Gigabit, or 1000Mbps, is about 100 times faster than the average US internet connection. Related Blogs

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US to Russia: Pull out of Ukraine immediately
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MOSCOW — Stunned by Russia's swift move into the autonomous province of Crimea and the Russian parliament's endorsement of that brazen action, the United States called on Moscow to withdraw its forces from the region and "refrain from any … Related Blogs

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Sharia law in UK: calls for Parliamentary inquiry
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Calls for a Parliamentary inquiry into the scale of Islamic law in the UK are mounting after the body representing solicitors in England Wales issued formal guidance on making “Sharia compliant” wills. The Law Society was accused of giving its stamp of … Related Blogs

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UK inflation falls to 1.6% in March
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The UK inflation rate as measured by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) fell to 1.6% in March from 1.7% in February, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). It is the third consecutive month inflation has been below the Bank of England's 2 … Related Blogs

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Turkey protests 'dividing UK's Turkish population'
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As anti-government protests spread in Turkey, people of Turkish origin living in the UK have been giving their thoughts on events in their home country. It began on 28 May with a small group of people attempting to block the removal of trees to make … Related Blogs

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Peering pressure: The secret battle to control the future of the internet
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The latest fight between ISPs and over-the-top providers is taking place deep in the network, away from the eyes of regulators and consumers. Welcome to the world of peering fights. Related Blogs

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