Mark Carney believes the measures will keep the market on a 'sustainable path'

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Remarks by Bank of England governor Mark Carney poured cold water on recently buoyant housebuilding stocks as investors panicked.

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The experimental device is less inconvenient than current systems and can be used just as accurately

Japanese engineers plan to turn the moon into a giant solar panel station

Engineering firm plans to install a 6,800 mile 'solar belt' around the moon's equator

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City of London police inquiry adds to RBS investigations

As SFO investigate, bank boss pledges to share £1m report with regulators

It doesn’t take a £1m chief to make state fund CDC fly

The controversial government funded Commonwealth Development Corporation, which invests taxpayer’s money into businesses in poverty-stricken emerging markets, saw a surge in the value of its stakes in the past year.

David Hudson, head teacher of Royal Latin School in Buckingham, with the periodic table in the science block - companies or individuals can 'buy' an element and their name will be displayed on the table

State grammar school takes lesson from independents - and tracks down alumni to fund improvements

Original target of £2m for new science block rose to £5m - and new projects are in sight

UK is the ‘least attractive country in the world’ according to international dating website - for beautiful people only

Just one British person makes it onto 2014 calendar of ‘world’s most eligible singletons’

Royal Bank of Scotland is facing an inquiry by banking regulators

RBS ‘drove businesses to collapse before stripping their assets’

Bank faces FCA inquiry over allegations of 'unscrupulous' treatment of small businesses

Gadgets not included: Two-year training programme will cover issues such as cyber threats, espionage, organised crime and terrorism

Now recruiting teen Bonds: Security services target school leavers for next generation of 'trainee spies'

Radical plans created by Britain’s security services will see school leavers recruited as “trainee spies” to form a new generation of espionage experts.

Review: Dead Interviews: Living Writers Meet Dead Icons, Edited by Dan Crowe

Who could resist an invitation to interview a massive icon? A really great novelist, say, or a former US president? Hence the impressive cast of interviewers Dan Crowe has managed to line up to contribute to this collection: Joyce Carol Oates, David Mitchell, Ian Rankin and more. There’s a catch, however – the subjects of the interviews are all long dead (some, like Monsieur de Saint-George, have been dead for more than two centuries) – so each interviewer must supply both sides of the conversation.

Green peace at last after campaign against drilling for oil and gas in the Arctic?

Russia was no doubt finding the fuss over the Arctic 30 embarrassing

Emergency services attend the scene after the roof of a supermarket in Riga, Latvia collapsed, killing at least 21.

Latvian president Andris Berzins calls supermarket building collapse 'murder'

President Andris Berzins spoke as rescue workers resumed their search for ten people still missing

Tristram Hunt: The teachers' leaders and Labour education spokesman claims this is 'dumbing down'

Outrage as failing South Leeds Academy seeks unqualified maths teachers

Teachers' leaders and Labour education spokesman Tristram Hunt claim this is 'dumbing down'

Government announces £350m investment in engineering and science postgraduates

Money will fund new training centres for PhDs

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