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Wednesday, 10 October 2007
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- The giant gamble
- Cameron mocks 'phoney' Brown over delayed election
- Brown 'treating people like fools' says Cameron
- Council suspends Blair's former agent for breaching code
- Means testing for elderly to be ended
- Modelling agencies blamed for racist culture
- Households may be left without flood insurance
- Nobody has a monopoly on political ideas, insists Darling
- PM's offer to look 'sympathetically' at asylum cases gives hope to Lay Naing
- Delayed election revives criticism of Lib Dem leader
- Poor Families: Ministers risk missing poverty targets 'by decades'
- Overseas Aid: Aid package stays true to £9bn promise made at G8
- The Debate: Osborne leads Tory attacks on Chancellor for a 'desperate stunt'
- A blow - but the industry had feared much worse
- How was the Chancellor's speech for you?
- Green Taxes: Chancellor accused of stealing Tory idea
- Venture Capitalists: Private equity bosses are targeted in crackdown on Britain's 'super rich'
- Arts Funding: Creative community hails increase as 'good result'
- Armed Forces: MoD wins extra £400m for the fight on two fronts
- Home Office: Cost of fighting terrorism triples to £3.5bn by 2010
- The Announcement: A bold firework display to kick off the election campaign that never was
- Darling steals three key tax policies from the Tories
- Inconvenient verdict delivered on Gore's climate change film
- Bismarck died after injecting cocaine 'every hour for a day'
- Terror recruiter 'converted men to extremism'
- New Zealand rugby player arrested in London
- Met chief urges MPs to act over 'mounting' terror threat
- 'Stabbed black teenager left to die by white gang'
- Wife of dead judge 'gave police conflicting stories'
- Judge may have died before fire engulfed shed, inquest told
- Bedfordshire rated as poorest police force in England
- Inquest jury relives Diana and Dodi's final hours in Paris
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- US judge rules Guantanamo inmate cannot be deported
- Boy, 14, kills himself after shooting four in school rampage
- Bush and Congress dispute Armenian 'genocide' status
- Expedition into the unknown uncovers remote Brazilian tribe threatened by hydroelectric dam
- Argentina's disappeared: Father Christian, the priest who did the devil's work
- '24' star Sutherland jailed for 48 days
- Hangman's noose pinned on black professor's door
- Stagehands' dispute may close down Broadway
- Nasa tests new spacesuits ready for return to Moon
- Art from angst: the dark side of Charlie Brown
- Nobel win 'would boost hopes of Gore candidacy'
- Lover's rebuff prompted pizza party killing spree
- Romney and Giuliani debate turns sour during clash over taxation
- First Lady on the offensive: 'Generals should step aside'
- Only now, the full horror of Burmese junta's repression of monks emerges
- Afghanistan refugees fight to stay in camps
- Greenaway announces the death of cinema - and blames the remote-control zapper
- Bookseller of Kabul extends his trade with a mobile shop
- Suu Kyi rejects Burma junta's preconditions on peace talks
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- Consumers in danger of being misled by price comparison sites
- FSA chiefs admit to failings in Northern Rock crisis
- Resolution Life rejects £4.5bn offer from Pearl
- Cadbury shelves £6.5bn sale of US drinks unit in favour of IPO
- Hedge funds look to increase transparency
- JC Flowers in court over bid to pull out of Sallie Mae buyout
- SABMiller teams up with brewing rival Molson Coors
- Southern Water sold by RBS for £4.2bn
- US opens reporting season with the jitters
- BCC attacks new business tax
- IFS says public spending plans need more funds
- IMF lowers forecast for world growth
- Sainsbury's suffers summer slowdown
- GSK pays up to $1bn for melanoma drug
- Magners loses its fizz as weather dampens demand
- Fears of sell-off on growth market as AIM investors face 80% tax rise
- Boeing admits Dreamliner will be late
- The Economy: In this uncertainty, recession is a possibility
- Summer washout and internet sales boost N Brown
- Corporate Reaction: Sea change in CGT may spur sale of companies
- Mortgage lending falls as rates bite
- High Street: Retailers: new tax 'is a disaster'
- Small Businesses: Blow for family-run firms as tax loophole is closed
- India's growth could be even better, says OECD
- Aviation: Airlines must fly more full planes
- Hershey trust held talks with Cadbury over merger
- Harris in £850m Carpetright bid
- Reaction: Businesses demand a say on where their tax is spent
- Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Hedge funds go the self-regulatory route
- Hamish McRae: Fingers crossed we can edge through slowdown – but tighten belts anyway
- Jeremy Warner: If public finances look like this at the top of the cycle, think how bad they are at the bottom
- Sean O'Grady: The Treasury is in a tight spot – and this time it can't rely on Keynes
- John Whiting: Belt-tightening to continue across the board
- Logical choice? Man from BT recruited to transform ailing IT services group
- The Big Question: Is the global economy heading for a recession?
- Market Report: Woolworths gets swept up in takeover talk
- The Investment Column: Experian's high rating is open to question after cautious outlook
- The Big Question: What is the postal strike all about – and how will it affect the mail market?
- Market Report: Burren energised by hopes of higher offer
- The Investment Column: If Hochschild Mining hits all its targets investors could strike gold
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- Floyd uncorked: A vintage encounter with TV's booziest foodie
- Interview: Is Karl Pilkington, as Ricky Gervais describes, really the funniest man alive?
- The 5-minute Interview: Adrian Lyne, Film-maker
- Passed/Failed: An education in the life of Geoff Dyer, writer
- The 5-minute Interview: Mattias Klum, Photographer
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- Anna Fazackerley: We need a public debate on fees - soon
- Education Quandary
- Leading Article: Language lesson
- Against The Grain: 'GM crops do not harm health'
- Will a billionaire philanthropist's new American-style university stem the flow of Indian undergraduates heading West?
- Leading Article: Oxbridge survey is no surprise
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- McClaren to stick with Robinson for Estonia game
- McClaren facing loss of Terry for crunch qualifiers
- Bellamy surprises Wales with rapid return to fitness
- Newcastle plea to FA deepens Owen dispute
- Hiddink extends Russian contract
- Place in England's heart the reward for patient Barry
- Scots' hopes of easy ride hurt by Ukraine ambition
- England could slip up on plastic pitch, warns Ferguson
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- Heroes of Marseilles backed by Ashton to upset the hosts
- Paris the perfect setting for reunion of 'Invincible Lions'
- Chris Hewett: Ageless Robinson savours his chance to conjure fitting finale
- Corry stays cool after walloping Wallabies
- Unchanged France keep with Beauxis the boot
- A nation rejoices, or does it? How the French have reacted to their success
- IRB's Kiwi referees manager steps in to defend Barnes from vitriolic New Zealanders
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- Getting to know the real IT crowd: The secret world of tech support
- How to apply yourself: Tips on writing CVs and application forms – and preparing for interview
- Life in the financial fast lane: How to weather the hard times in the City
- Prison break: The gap year student who set up a charity for convicts in Africa
- Anne-Marie Martin: Despite gloomy economic predictions, the job market remains buoyant – but wary
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- Donnachadh McCarthy: The Home Ecologist
- Eco-lighting: Could it be time to switch?
- My Home: Into the world of fashion designer Julie Verhoeven
- Victoria Summerley: City Life
- Buy To Let: Do the maths
- Don't Move Improve: Caught in a period drama?
- How to turn a cluttered garage into a living room with va-va-voome
- Neighbourhood Watch: Wisdom of the east
- Overseas: Manhattan transfer
- Secret Agent: A day in the life of an estate agent
Report finds that Britain's wages are the most unequal in Europe
New Scotland explained: Could the north of England really break away from Britain?
Labour leadership: Battle lines are drawn as members battle over party's ideology at first hustings of the contest
Chuka Umunna quits Labour leadership contest due to 'uncomfortable' media attention
Gay marriage 'Bert and Ernie' cake bakery found guilty of discrimination in Northern Ireland
Fusion power: Scientists building mini-star to provide electricity of the future
- 1 Cannes Film Festival rejects women from red-carpet screening of pro-LGBT romance 'Carol' for not wearing high heels
- 2 Isis 'tourist guide': British jihadist Abu Rumaysah publishes e-book comparing self-declared caliphate to 'plush holiday resort'
- 3 David Cameron wants young people to work 30 hours a week for benefits in new Tory plan
- 4 Barack Obama and Bill Clinton are the new 'Bant and Dec' of Twitter
- 5 Keith Richards: Rolling Stone reveals the secret to his seeming immortality