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Corruption watchdog urges UK to curb hot-money flows into property 
Reuters UK - 3 Hours ago
LONDON, March 4 (Reuters) - Nearly 200 million pounds ($307 million) of money believed to be the proceeds of foreign corruption has been spent on British properties since 2004 and that amount is probably
Corruption watchdog urges UK to curb hot-money flowing into property TheStar.com.my
Corruption watchdog urges UK to curb hot-money flows into property (Reuters) West Australian
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British shop price decline steepens in February - BRC 
Reuters UK - 3 Hours ago
LONDON, March 4 (Reuters) - Prices in British shops fell at a faster pace in February as tough competition drove down clothing and furniture costs, while food prices fell for a second month in a row,
British Shop Prices Drop In February Malaysian Digest
British shop price decline steepens in February - BRC (Reuters) Yahoo!Xtra
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Britain agrees sale of Eurostar stake to UK, Canadian funds 
Reuters UK - 3 Hours ago
LONDON, March 4 (Reuters) - Britain agreed to sell its 40 percent stake in the Eurostar rail link for 585 million pounds ($899.79 million) to a consortium comprising the Canadian public pension fund Caisse
Britain agrees sale of Eurostar stake to UK, Canadian funds (Reuters) West Australian
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Italy adopts plans to shift into Internet fast lane 
MSN Philippines - 108 Minutes ago
Italy's government adopted a six-billion-euro plan Tuesday to modernise its Internet network and improve access to broadband in hopes of shedding its reputation as one of Europe's online laggards.
Italy adopts plans to shift into Internet fast lane (AFP) Yahoo!Xtra
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UK living standards back to pre-crisis level - think tank 
Reuters UK - 34 Minutes ago
LONDON (Reuters) - British living standards are back to pre-financial crisis levels but are still slightly below their peak before the country's last national election in May 2010, a leading think tank
UK living standards back to pre-crisis level TheStar.com.my
UK living standards back to pre-crisis level -think tank Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland
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Russian 'gulag' museum forced to change format: Group 
Times of India - 2 Hours ago
MOSCOW: The rights group that ran Russia's only museum in a former gulag said on Tuesday it has been ousted and the institution will cease as a memorial devoted to Soviet-era repression. The Perm-36
Russian 'gulag' museum forced to change format Yahoo Philippines News
Russian 'gulag' museum forced to change format (AFP) West Australian
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PRESS DIGEST- British Business - March 4 
Reuters Africa - 2 Hours ago
March 4 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The
REUTERS - PRESS DIGEST- British Business - March 4 Namibia Press Agency
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Greece to spend $A285m on poverty relief 
Sydney Morning Herald - 66 Minutes ago
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PRESS DIGEST- British Business - March 4 
Reuters - 2 Hours ago
(Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The Times 'LETHAL MIX' OF     Add Comment

Spain Urged to 'Learn from Korea' 
Digital Chosun - 93 Minutes ago
The Spanish daily El País is a recent column urged Spain to learn from Korea. In a column, Javier Santiso of the prestigious ESADE Business School said Spain should pay attention to Korea, which overcame     Add Comment

U.K. to Sell Eurostar Stake to CDPQ, Hermes for $900 Million 
Bloomberg - 2 Hours ago
(Bloomberg) -- The U.K. government is to sell its 40 percent stake in Channel Tunnel train operator Eurostar Group Ltd. to Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec and Hermes Infrastructure. The stake     Add Comment

Watch: Finland Claims World's Tallest Burger 
ABC News - 2 Hours ago
The 16-foot tower of burgers built at Mehilais Pesa restaurant weighed 220 pounds. World News Videos | US News Videos Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}} Coming up next: {{nextVideo.title}}     Add Comment

Opening statements made in Geneva murder trial 
Chicago Tribune - 3 Hours ago
Details about the hours leading up to Geneva mother Kathleen King's death began to trickle out Tuesday inside a Kane County courtroom during opening statements of Shadwick King's murder trial. King,     Add Comment

British Real Estate Is Safe Haven for Dirty Money, Report Says 
Bloomberg - 3 Hours ago
(Bloomberg) -- Foreign companies that buy property in the U.K. should have to disclose who their real owners are to minimize the risk that dirty money is used for the purchase, according to a report from     Add Comment

Ex-teacher: 'Jihadi John' was 'bullied' 
CNN - 3 Hours ago
Story highlights Mohammed Emwazi's ex-head teacher says he was a quiet boy, slightly bullied at school She says there was no sign during his school years that he was turning to radical Islam Advocacy     Add Comment

Why is that weasel riding a woodpecker? 
CNN - 3 Hours ago
Story highlights A photo of a green woodpecker flying with a weasel on its back has gone viral on Twitter The image was snapped by amateur photographer Martin Le-May near London It sparked the hashtag
Image goes viral on Twitter CNN
#Weaselpecker image goes viral on Twitter CNN
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British government sells stake in Eurostar 
Bangkok Post - 62 Minutes ago
LONDON - The British government has reached an agreement to sell its entire stake in the Eurostar train service between London, Brussels and Paris, the treasury said in a statement on Wednesday. Britain     Add Comment

‘I’ve had nightmares about it’ 
Herald Sun - 89 Minutes ago
Image Video Stuart Broad is hit by a Varun Aaron bouncer at Old Trafford in August, 2014. Source: Stuart Broad still a believer 3:05 Play video England can still win the Cricket World Cup according to
England star’s bouncer nightmares NEWS.com.au
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UK Bans Ad for Implying Old Jerusalem Part of Israel 
NewsMax.com - 2 Hours ago
Britain's advertising watchdog banned an Israeli government tourism advert for suggesting that the Old City of Jerusalem was part of Israel on Wednesday. The newspaper brochure showed a panorama of     Add Comment

Chapman secures spot in draw 
Sky Sports - 3 Hours ago
Fontaine Chapman admitted to an "incredible" experience playing in front of home support as she progressed to the women's singles main draw at the YONEX All England Championships on Tuesday. Chapman
Resilient Chapman makes All England draw Noodls
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