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Deli-dollar offers route to business funding

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Food poisoning leaves 90 ill

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Money. That's what I want. Or is it?

ARE YOU sure about money? I mean, do you understand money, do you think about it and take it into account and know where you stand? I don't mean knowing how much you have in the bank or in your pocket (and, by the way, men: you should never know how much you have in your pocket, and certainly never ever count it out each night into neat piles on top of your chest of drawers). I mean, do you know how you feel about money?

Letter: Not a hanging offence

IN AN otherwise welcome leading article on the Government's approach to racism ("Meaning well is not enough", 29 March), your unequivocal call for the sacking of the head of the Prison Service, Richard Tilt, seems, in my opinion, extreme and unjustified, a case perhaps of seeking to shoot the messenger.

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Humans: Are the scientists developing robots in danger of replicating the hit Channel 4 drama?

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