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Wednesday, 20 November 2013
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- Borrowing to fall to 'only' £105bn this year after Help to Buy boost
- Npower sells gas and electricity subsidiaries to Utility Warehouse creating 'Big Seven'
- Advertising giant Publicis in talks to buy Walker Media stake from old rival M&C Saatchi
- Network Rail beefs up investment but more trains are late as net debt increases to £30.6bn
- National Grid boss warns of 'tighter' energy supplies as first-half profits slip
- CBI survey reveals strongest growth in UK manufacturing output in 18 years
- Fashion retailer Bonmarché makes solid debut on London Stock Exchange
- Mobile services provider Weve insists it can succeed without Apple
- Cineworld founder lowers curtain after 44 years in film industry to 'enjoy the fruits of success'
- Super-discounters Aldi and Lidl lure customers away from Big Four as shoppers go bargain hunting
- Royal Mail IPO adviser tells clients to 'sell' the stock ahead of MPs grilling
- Npower boss welcomes 'Big Seven' after £218 million energy deal with Telecom Plus
- Bank of England in no rush to hike interest rates
- Graphene: The wonder material being used to create thinner, stronger condoms and help fight spread of Aids
- A new age of astronomy? Discovery promises fresh insight into black holes and exploding stars
- Are you indifferent, restless or apathetic? Scientists identify a fifth type of boredom
- Black Beauty rock is ‘oldest chunk of Mars’ ever found on earth, scientists say
- First people to colonise the Americas before Christopher Columbus are linked to Europe by new DNA discovery
- Fred Sanger dies at 95: 'Father of the genomics' and only Briton ever to win two Nobel Prizes
- Taking an aspirin at bedtime can cut risk of heart attack in morning, study reveals
- Ray Gosling: Writer, broadcaster and activist who fought prejudice and the class divide and championed those without a voice
- Frederick Sanger: Scientist whose pioneering work on DNA sequencing paved the way for mapping the human genome
- Diane Disney Miller: Daughter of Walt Disney who spent much of her life tirelessly preserving the film mogul's legacy
- Roger Berthoud: 'Independent' leader-writer who also wrote acclaimed biographies of Henry Moore and Graham Sutherland
- William Sullivan: Statesman who helped take the US out of Vietnam and went on to serve as his country's last ambassador to Iran
- Cheb I Sabbah: Pioneering DJ and producer who explored spirituality with his fusion of dance beats and world music
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- These deaths are tragedies, but they won’t stop me cycling in London
- Don’t dismiss teenagers until I’ve told you about the ones in the Rhondda
- For disabled travellers, the loss of tube staff gives reason to worry
- Our politicians have failed in their duty to protect our privacy. Now we must act
- Nepal is stagnating under its Maoist government
- Pricing nature is a capital idea
- Is exercise a waste of time? Don't let the headlines run away with you
- This ‘woman-proof’ car shows why we need to challenge the stereotypes about female drivers
- ‘Green crap’? Cameron's u-turn on the environment is just as shameful as Clegg's on tuition fees
- Trouble sleeping? Try listening to the Ashes coverage
- Left-wingers are more likely to cheat? Peter Oborne piles nonsense on top of prejudice in his latest ‘trollemic’
- So what if David Cameron took drugs? We all did
- Michael Palin, Sir Tim Berners Lee and PJ Harvey will guest edit Radio 4's Today show this Christmas. But do we need to listen?
- Letter from the Media Editor: Hull named UK City of Culture for 2017
- Usborne in the USA: The best healthcare delivery system in the world? Are you off your rocker?
- A clear signal the boardroom will no longer be a boys’ clubs
- Discovering graphene was only the start - its potential is almost limitless
- Bernard Ingham says Northerners who loathe the Tories are ‘demented’. Perhaps I can put him straight...
- Hull named UK City of Culture 2017: It’s about celebrating the genius of a city
- How to fit three hours’ work into a busy day
- Charity bosses should not be pocketing six figure sums
- I said Hull was the worst town in the UK in my Crap Towns book, but now I’m queuing to visit
- The full Monty: Can the Pythons really set side mutual antipathies and work together again?
- Time for local authorities to kick the habit and ditch their investments in the tobacco industry
- Riding on the back of a motorcycle: Things I never thought I'd do
- PMQs review: High on Flowers power, David Cameron wipes the floor with Ed
- We should listen to what Boris has to say about cycling with headphones
- Unite's foolishness could undo the reforms we worked so hard for
- Iran nuclear talks: Washington is looking as much of an obstacle to a deal as Tehran
- Conservative party must heed warning from Nick Boles or risk terminal decline
- i Editor's Letter: Your chance to ask the PM a question
- The price of nature: Giving the natural world a value could help to protect it
- Despite new drugs and campaigns for condom use, the battle against Aids in Africa is still raging
- Graphene has astonishing potential. Don’t waste it
- The real John F Kennedy has been obscured by legend, while America’s respect for politicians has dwindled away
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- Ashes 2013-14: Stuart Broad thrives off hostility to take five-wicket haul at The Gabba and put England in dominant position in First Test
- Ashes 2013-14: Five-wicket taker Stuart Broad claims he 'enjoyed' the insults from The Gabba and even 'sang along' at one stage
- Ashes 2013-14: Mark Waugh predicts England's batting decline will mean hard-fought series
- Ashes 2013-14: As he hits 100, Kevin Pietersen is finally back in a happy place
- Ashes 2013-14: Despite Australia's bravado, England should win a fourth consecutive Ashes
- Simon Kelner: The Ashes - a much better option than counting sheep
- Ashes 2013-14: Courier Mail continues 'Stuart Broad Ban', despite the 'Phantom Menace' taking five-wicket haul
- Ashes 2013-14: The Aussie Angle - Mitchell Johnson provides one of the few positives
- Ashes 2013-14: Was baiting Stuart Broad the stupidest recent decision by Australia?
- Ashes 2013-14: Day One of the First Test - in pictures
- The next Sachin Tendulkar? Indian schoolboy Prithvi Shaw hits 546 runs
- Ashes 2013-14: Geoff Miller bows out after era of selecting success still putting the players first
- The Ashes 2013-14: Happy Kevin Pietersen raring to get stuck into battle
- Ian Bell on the Ashes 2013-14: Australia will come at us hard, but we'll deal with that – and the nerves
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- Cody Wilson created a gun that can be downloaded and built with a 3D printer - is he too dangerous for Britain?
- GoldieBlox: the engineering toys for girls that aim to 'level the playing field'
- Video: PES 2014 trailer
- Xbox One review: next-gen gaming is finally here (well, at least some of it)
- PS4: An afternoon with Sony's Xbox One challenger
- Xbox One review roundup: internet's verdict on Microsoft's challenge to Sony's PS4
- TapTap: the vibrating wristband that “connects you and your beloved”
- Excess heat from the Northern Line to heat Islington homes
- Weaving LEDs through carpets could transform the look of public and private spaces
- How the Nike+ FuelBand made me fitter in 24 hours
- US network operators reject plans for mandatory smartphone kill switch
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- Video: Will Smith on his new film 'Focus'
- Video: Interview with Jennifer Lawrence, star of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
- Video: Interview with Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
- Video: Interview with the cast of 'The Hunger Games'
- Video: 'RoboCop' trailer
- Video: 'Power Room' trailer
- Video: Need For Speed trailer
- Video: Clip from '47 Ronin' starring Keanu Reeves
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- Birmingham University campus occupied once more by student activists
- Gurkha hunger strike called off as MPs launch parliamentary probe into rights
- Fight begins against proposed privatisation of student loan book
- Private school graduates more likely to get top jobs than those educated at state schools
- US college to 'stay classy' for one day only, as it’s renamed 'Ron Burgundy College of Communication'
- Second the best? London just misses out on being voted best student city in the world
Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
The political class is doing what Hitler couldn’t – destroying Britain
Scottish independence: Nationalist leader Jim Sillars threatens pro-union companies with 'day of reckoning' after independence
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
- 1 Thailand beach murders: Thai PM suggests 'attractive' female tourists cannot expect to be safe wearing bikinis
- 2 Scottish independence: Learn from Quebec's mistakes and beware of promises. Vote Yes.
- 3 A bottle of wine a day is not bad for you and abstaining is worse than drinking, scientist claims
- 5 Hitler’s former food taster reveals the horrors of the Wolf’s Lair