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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
Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
Russell Brand threatened with arrest after filming outside Fox News headquarters
London bus driver 'kicks gay couple off for kissing'
Lord Freud: Tory welfare minister apologises after saying disabled people are 'not worth’ the minimum wage
Lord Freud hangs on as MPs of all parties 'call for his head' over disability comments
- 1 Jack the Ripper: Scientist who claims to have identified notorious killer has 'made serious DNA error'
- 2 Banksy arrest hoax: Internet duped by fake online report claiming artist's identity has been revealed
- 3 Former East 17 frontman Brian Harvey turns up at Downing Street and 'demands to speak to Prime Minister'
- 4 Kentucky gang rape: 15-year-old boy left in critical condition after sexual attack by group at party
- 5 Paralysed man Darek Fidyka walks again after treatment by British doctors on brink of 'cure'