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Lord Browne: Three steps to restoring Britain to its global manufacturing strength

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Suu Kyi arrives in Europe with a plea: don't let investors derail democracy

After 25 years away, Burma's opposition leader urges continent to be a force for good

Aung San Suu Kyi urges care as world reaches out to Burma

Foreign investment must help — not hurt — Burma's goal of moving toward full democracy, opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said today as she welcomed efforts to reach out to her country as it emerges from decades of isolation under military rule.

Our scientific achievements should get better recognition

We should bang the drum long and loud for the great work UK researchers do

Nobel prize cash to be cut after bad investments

The Nobel Foundation has become the latest austerity victim after announcing that the prize money awarded to laureates will be cut by 20 per cent following a series of unfortunate investment decisions.

The statue of Alfred Nobel at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden

Austerity hits the Nobel Foundation as prize money is cut by 20 per cent after years of overspending‎

The Nobel Foundation has become the latest austerity victim after announcing that the prize money awarded to laureates will be cut by 20 per cent following a series of unfortunate investment decisions.

Austerity is a blight on recovery, say City bosses

Three quarters of City bosses believe the Government's austerity agenda is damaging the UK's hopes of recovery, according to new research.

Aung San Suu Kyi arrives at a hotel in Bangkok yesterday

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After 24 years, the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony and Westminster await on historic world tour

Suu Kyi to give Nobel speech, 21 years late

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The bulk of the prize money – more than £934,000 – will go to Save the Children in India

Dalai Lama donates £1.1m Templeton Prize money to charity

Dalai Lama gives away prize money but remains silent on self-immolations

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Amol Rajan: Democracy has become a joke – and it's not funny

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Resistance leader promises East Timor peace as presidency beckons

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