News An email exchange in April 2011 between Rebekah Brooks and her husband, Charles Brooks, referred to her losing an iPad

One phone on the list may have been a duplicate, another may have belonged to someone else and one iPad may have been lost

Backbenchers pounds 11,500 richer if PM delays poll to April

MPs Will be able to claim more than pounds 11,500 in office costs if John Major calls an election in April or May, prompting some Conservative backbenchers to lobby privately for the Prime Minister to postpone the election, writes Stephen Castle.

Letter: British clothes losing unfairly

Sir: There is another dimension to the decline of employment within the clothing industry ("Job fears amid radical shake-up", 11 September). Less than 30 years ago the numbers employed were 1.5 million, whereas today it is 400,000 and heading downwards rapidly. Today we can no longer produce the clothes we wish to wear and the result is a balance of trade deficit even bigger than foods at some pounds 6bn - by far and away the biggest trade deficit for any product group including cars and electrical goods.

Brammer on a roll in Europe

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Just watch how your fingers fly

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Your own PC still puts Sun in the shade

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Thefts and losses cost Whitehall pounds 1m a year

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Like so many people, I spend long hours at a computer. Which was fine until four months ago, when my shoulders and neck started aching even after short periods on the keyboard.

Datacom duds overshadow Racal

As always, Racal's figures are a mixed bag in which good performances from a number of extremely promising businesses have been overshadowed by yet another dismal result from the company's data products division.

The material world: The Qwerty conspiracy

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Telemetrix truce in price war

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New blow for feuding high-IQ body

Core business pays dividends

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Datrontech to seek listing

Datrontech to seek listing

Computer hacking and theft rife in Whitehall

Hacking into Whitehall computers soared last year, with a 140 per cent rise in the number of reported incidents, according to a report published today.
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