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Nationalised East Coast rail line returns £209m to taxpayers

Labour and rail unions question need for re-privatisation

GTA 5 has already beaten GTA 4's lifetime sales

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Fulham manager Martin Jol backed by Darren Bent after Cottagers secure much needed win against Stoke

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Treve lands Arc in family tradition

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HTC One sweeps T3 awards despite company woes

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Great Western Line deal extended

Passengers have been promised improvements on a key rail route after a train company was given a 23-month extension to its franchise.

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O'Connor was refused onto a flight just hours after the Wallabies one-point victory over Argentina

Valve's rivals dismiss the company's plans for Steam consoles

Online games distributor claims console owners already have the system they want

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Eurostar in joint bid for East Coast Main Line

Rail route run by the Government since 2009 after National Express handed back the franchise mid-term

Veteran Vikings quarterback Matt Cassel, right, shone on his comeback game

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Adopted home side for the week get off the mark with thrilling win in first of two London games this season

Postal staff to go on strike

Workers in hundreds of Crown post offices will walk out on strike today in a long-running row over jobs, pay and closures.

The NFL presence in London is full of hype, given the quality

Ashling O’Connor: Over-hyped and over here - why NFL’s invasion is a cover-up for a cry for help

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