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- Jane Merrick: Faster, higher, stronger – yes, that's us
- DJ Taylor: Coe, the corporate reality softener
- Tom Hodgkinson: 'As a family, we go to festivals. And work'
- Katy Guest: Why don't men take a stand against wearing a tie?
- Paul Vallely: Power needs more courage than opposition
- Jane Merrick: The Emperor's New Clothes (29/07/12)
- Tim Lott: You've got to fight for your right to frown
- England need powerful response
- Expect England to say 'same again' but Bopara may be in last-chance saloon
- Finn tucks in but Onions fails to sizzle as Durham struggle
- On the Front Foot: South Africa seize chance for revenge – 88 years later
- County Championship round-up: Troughton and Woakes keep runs coming
- Debutant shows england how to skittle proteas
- Three into one won't go: Contenders vying to face South Africa
- Consumer rights: 'Are my mum and dad being scammed out of their home?'
- Julian Knight: Weaning us off free banking won't be easy
- Investment Insider: Pharmaceutical industry's best years lie ahead
- Questions of Cash: We can't get a paying-in book for our Santander account
- Money Insider: Added-value bank accounts can pay off
- Simon Read: The cock-ups just keep coming at our high street banks
- Donald MacInnes: Revenge was not so sweet with John Major's bad breath
- Derek Pain: A loss so big it's worth waiting for a recovery
- Mark Dampier: Spanish woes mean Hambro income can take advantage
- Five Questions About: British Gas profits
- Watchdog warns on packaged accounts
- The Bargain Hunter: No time to waste for ASOS discounts
- Nationwide and NatWest fix IT errors
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- 2 'He was always smiling': Lee Rigby named as Woolwich victim
- 3 'Something passed underneath us, quite close': Airbus A320 has close encounter with UFO
- 4 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
- 5 Two bailed after arrest over Twitter comments about Woolwich murder
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