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<p>1. Rowenta DG8760 Pro Perfect</p>
<p>£188.02 amazon.co.uk</p>
<p>This iron sails through crumpled laundry, even tough linen, with complete ease, which you'd hope, at this price.</p>

The 10 Best irons

1. Rowenta DG8760 Pro Perfect

£188.02 amazon.co.uk

This iron sails through crumpled laundry, even tough linen, with complete ease, which you'd hope, at this price.

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An anti-islam blogger who was repeatedly praised by Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik was unmasked for the first time yesterday, a day after being questioned by police.

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Business Diary: Dyson is second only to Brunel

For services to vacuum cleaners? When GE surveyed 900 British engineering undergraduates about their views on the greatest engineers in history, it received some surprising answers. Not so much Isambard Kingdom Brunel, a worthy winner of the poll, but the runner-up, James Dyson. Now, the Diary bows to no one in its admiration for the great man's contribution to household cleanliness, but the likes of Charles Rolls and Henry Royce, Thomas Telford or Thomas Edison might be forgiven for rolling over a couple of times in their respective graves.

Dyson: The corridors of brain power

A room for dropping things on carpets, a big smashing machine and very clean bathrooms... Rhodri Marsden takes a tour of Dyson's nerve centre

Tighter visa controls risk losing engineers and firms, says Dyson

Tougher measures aimed at restricting the amount of time foreign graduates can stay in Britain on student visas could force more companies to go abroad, one of David Cameron's business gurus has warned.

Student visa cuts 'sheer madness'

Tougher restrictions aimed at restricting the amount of time foreign graduates can stay in Britain on student visas could force more companies to go abroad, one of David Cameron's business advisors has warned.

Bargain Hunter: Across-store savings

There are numerous offers running at Marks & Spencer this week, including 30 per cent off selected furniture and televisions, 20 per cent off homeware, digital cameras and home cinema, 25 per cent off all men's suits over £150, £5 off all kidswear over £30 and 25 per cent off champagne and cases of wine. A more specific list of savings can be found at www.marksandspencer.com/.

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