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  • National Parks To Be Protected From Fracking

    Fracking will be allowed in national parks and areas of outstanding beauty only in "exceptional circumstances", ministers say, as new bidding for shale exploration licences opens.

  • Delays Expected Over Passport Staff Strike

    Would-be travellers waiting for new passports are at risk of further delays as Passport Office staff go on strike today.

  • Former CBI Chief To Aid Osborne Markets Probe

    A trio of heavyweight figures including a former head of the CBI will this week be appointed to scrutinise a Government-led probe into financial markets launched in the wake of a string of major trading scandals.

  • London Rents 'Double Those Across Rest Of UK'

    Tenants in London now pay rents that double those across the rest of Britain, according to new research.

  • Gatwick Passengers Suffer Baggage Delays

    Hundreds of people arriving into Gatwick Airport's South Terminal have faced long delays in picking up their luggage, with many being told to go home without it.

  • Housing Shortage Sees More Tenants Evicted


    Increasing numbers of private tenants are being evicted or exploited by landlords cashing in on the increase in house prices and the shortage of rented accommodation, according to latest figures.

  • UK Economy Emerges From Six-Year Downturn


    Official figures show the UK economy has emerged from six years of lost growth to return to its pre-crisis peak.

  • BSkyB Unveils Plan For European Pay-TV Giant


    The owner of Sky News has announced an ambitious plan to create a European pay-television giant that will more than treble the company's potential customer base.

  • RBS Confirms 92% Profits Boost A Week Early


    Shares surged in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) on Friday after it confirmed a 92% rise in half-year pre-tax profits to £2.7bn, despite further writedowns for past mistakes.

  • Lloyds To Claw Back Pay As Libor Fine Looms

    Lloyds Banking Group is to examine whether it can claw back millions of pounds paid to former executives who will next week be implicated in the global Libor rate-rigging scandal.

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