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"We've been doing festivals over the summer and playing the greatest hits," the Brooklynite rockers The National pointed out, on the first date of their UK tour. "So now we're gonna play the obscure songs." It made little difference, because their most devoted followers know all of them anyway. The setting wasn't ideal – a concert hall might have been better than a mini-arena – but this was a beautiful show, rich in lyrical poignancy and tenderly epic music.

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A plum idea for Cornish cottages

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Nick Starr: Planning for growth as bet on the horses pays off

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UK set for even slower growth, warns NIESR

Economic growth will be weaker than expected this year and incomes per head will fall more sharply, a respected think tank forecast today as Bank of England policymakers meet to decide interest rates.

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