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The wages of lobbying
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Yo, Yeo IT WAS a small comfort. But British politicians must have thought they could fall no lower in voters’ esteem, so thoroughly are they

Peer to peer
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ASK a researcher what annoys him most about scientific publishing, and slowness will come near the top of the list of gripes. It takes nearl

Not always with us
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IN SEPTEMBER 2000 the heads of 147 governments pledged that they would halve the proportion of people on the Earth living in the direst pove

The strange rebirth of liberal England
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FOR the past 170 years The Economist has consistently advocated free trade, punctured government bloat and argued for the protection of indi

David Cameron is nearing crisis point
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For David Cameron, Margaret Thatcher’s funeral must seem an awfully long time ago. Back then, all the talk was of a new Tory unity. He had f

Why does the BBC so love lefty journalists?
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My response to the appointment of Ian Katz, deputy editor of the Guardian, to the editorship of BBC2’s Newsnight has been one of disbelief a

A hospital case
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SAINT GORAN’S hospital is one of the glories of the Swedish welfare state. It is also a laboratory for applying business principles to the p

Body found on UCLA campus; police investigating
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The body of a man was found Tuesday at the base Boelter Hall on the UCLA campus, officials said.

Yahoo promises not to 'screw it up' over $1.1bn Tumblr deal
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Web pioneer reveals details of acquisition of blogging platform, as site's 26-year-old founder tells staff: 'Fuck yeah'. By Charles Arthur a

Too much information
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TODAY, what really connects the financial world? Money, intellect and ideology are candidates. But the best answer may be: the Bloomberg ter

Spring break
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IT IS one of finance’s odder rituals: every year come springtime around $100 billion in European shares goes on a little holiday. In the day

Web slows under 'biggest attack ever' - Telegraph
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Millions of people around the world have been affected by slow internet speeds after an unprecedented attack.

Police seeking Dorner opened fire in a second case of mistaken identity
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David Perdue was on his way to sneak in some surfing before work Thursday morning when police flagged him down. They asked who he was and wh

Galaxy S4: Samsung launches new smartphone - Telegraph
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Samsung’s long-awaited new phone finally launched in New York last night, with the Korean giant clearly aiming at Apple with a device that i

Karl McCartney MP claims expenses watchdog incompetence forced him to bo...
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The Commons expenses watchdog is trying to “screw MPs into the ground” and is forcing them to borrow money from relatives to survive, a Tory

Farage suggests Conservative pact at secret dinner with Murdoch - Telegraph
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Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party, held a private dinner with Rupert Murdoch earlier this week in which he suggested he

Cameron rebuked over austerity claims - Telegraph
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David Cameron has been corrected by the Treasury’s own forecaster over claims that cuts in public spending are not reducing economic growth.

Conservatives could finish third in the Eastleigh by-election - Telegraph
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David Cameron is struggling to secure even second place in Thursday’s Eastleigh by-election after Nick Clegg declared on Wednesday night tha

Dried out, but not dried up
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In 1903 thirsty German colonialists established a brewery in Qingdao on the shores of China’s Yellow Sea. They made a pilsner beer, in confo

Who owns Sherlock Holmes?
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LESLIE KLINGER knows more about Sherlock Holmes than nearly any other living scholar. Among his two-dozen books about the fictional detectiv