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The former owner of Portsmouth Football Club faces trial in Lithuania over a £400 million bank fraud after failing to convince a judge that he could be killed if he was extradited.

Reforms are being demanded for the agency that buys British military kit

MoD sets sights on Serco and Capita to reform supplies

The Goverment contractors Serco and Capita are among businesses being wooed to salvage the Ministry of Defence's much-criticised reforms of the agency that buys military kit.

Princess Cristina will appear in court on 8 March

Princess Cristina of Spain summoned to court over tax fraud claims

Further blow to monarchy as the daughter of King Juan Carlos gets court summons over alleged money laundering by husband

Troubled Serco left in limbo by delays in defence contracts

Outsourcing giant hit by ministry’s failure to choose  preferred bidders on time

Alligator Blood by James Leighton

Book of the week: Alligator Blood by James Leighton

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Morrisons' web venture will let customers check freshness and best-before dates

Better late than never? Morrisons' online offer

The supermarket group will start rolling out an internet shopping service in partnership with Ocado in January

Anthony Hinds: Screenwriter and producer who transformed the fortunes of Hammer Films

The success of Hammer horror films in the late 1950s horrified critics, who were appalled at the public's sudden thirst for the little company's blood-soaked frighteners, all lurid colour and unfulfilled promises of sex. Like the Carry Ons, the films were reliable and repetitive, put together by a team of old pros who miraculously made entertainment that satisfied thousands of appetites out of loaves and fishes.

'The Store' will offer the chance to buy products sponsored by television presenters including Melanie Sykes

ITV brand to launch 24-hour shopping channel

Consumer products firm JML is to launch a new round-the-clock shopping station in partnership with ITV

British investigator Peter Humphrey ‘regrets’ illegal data scam on China TV

Couple make public confession over alleged £320m bribery scandal a drugs giant

BBC television presenter Graham Norton earned £2.6m from the Corporation in 2012

So (much) Graham Norton: BBC paid presenter £2.6m in 2012

The chat show host received a 12 per cent pay rise in wages and associated royalties last year, it has emerged

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Fastnet teams prepare for races despite lack of wind at Cowes

The Britannia Cup was called off amid the calm conditions

355 jobs facing axe at toy chain Modelzone as stores shut

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The Apprentice, BBC One: TV review

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'Queen of Southern cooking' Paula Deen gives tearful television interview following N-word admittance

American celebrity cook Paula Deen has given a tearful interview with Matt Lauer on The Today Show after being dropped from endorsement deals with the Food Network and Smithfield Foods.

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Bernie Sahlins, who died on 16 June at the age of 90, co-founded Chicago's Second City theatre and nurtured the early careers of many of Saturday Night Live's biggest stars.

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As the resurgence in vinyl records continues, manufacturers and their outdated machinery are struggling to keep up with the demand
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10 best cycling bags for commuters

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The science of herding is cracked

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This tyrant doesn’t rule

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