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Core inflation rose 1.3% in December- beating expectations- matched by rising factory output

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A weak jobs report sent US government bond yields tumbling on Friday and created fresh uncertainty over the pace of the Federal Reserve’s tapering of its monetary stimulus programme.

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Demonstrators gather near effigies representing the convicted rapists during a protest in New Delhi in December 2013; the case of the 23-year-old physiotherapy student who was gang-raped caused a lot of anger in the country. The story of a new gun named after the victim has been met with horror and anger from millions across India

Anger as ‘handgun for women’ named after Delhi rape victim

Activists call the revolver an abhorrence to the student's memory

China sets thousands of prisoners free as labour camps close

China had promised to close it's "re-education" camps in 2007

Lotus drives deeper into the red

Lotus suffered a 40 per cent slide in the number of sports cars sold as losses at the Malaysian-owned engineer worsened dramatically last year.

Construction firms saw a 4 per cent slide in output over November

Blow to economic recovery hopes: construction output slides and industrial sector stagnates

Recovery hopes were hit with a double setback today as Britain's builders were hit with "a shocker" of a decline and the nation's industrial sector stagnated in November.

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez claims 'Liverpool can qualify for Champions League'

The Uruguay international has fired the Reds into contention to finish in the top four

Luis Suarez

Experience of working with Luis Suarez 'will last a lifetime' says Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

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Serco to run Boris bikes in London

Rolls-Royce ends talks with Finnish engineer Wärtsilä

Engine maker Rolls-Royce has said it had made an approach to buy Finnish engineer Wärtsilä , but that talks have already ended.

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars bespoke Mazarine Blue Ghost

Rolls-Royce to create 100 new jobs after record sales

Over 3,630 cars were delivered to customers in 2013, the highest in the marque's history

Five dead and multiple casualties in 'hydrogen' explosion at Japanese chemical factory

At least five people have been killed in an explosion at a chemical factory in central Japan, according to news reports.

Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney

Bank of England to hold interest rates at record lows

The Bank of England will hold interest rates at record lows once more today, amid speculation it will have to change the threshold for considering a hike in the cost of borrowing within months.

A bagel contains a whole cube of sugar

'Sugar is the new tobacco': Cuts to amounts hidden in food could halt obesity epidemic, claim doctors

Experts aim to emulate the reduction in salt levels in our diet

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