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Russia and Saudi Arabia against ‘politicized’ oil prices – Lavrov
Moscow and Riyadh both want to see oil prices react to market forces, and not to geopolitical muscle flexing, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, said Friday.

21.11.2014 11:56

​Dump ‘n’ ride: Poo-powered, eco-friendly bus hits UK streets
Britain’s first poo-powered bus has done the business - making its maiden journey through the west of England. The bus service, which will run between Bristol and Bath, is completely powered by treated sewage and food waste.

20.11.2014 13:51

‘Reckless or malicious’ civilian drone use ‘harassing’ public – police
Unlicensed drones controlled by members of the public are being used to harass people, police chiefs have warned. They further warn the technology is being used in protected airspace.

18.11.2014 11:55

Bird Flu discovered on Yorkshire farm – health risk low
A strain of avian flu has been discovered on a British poultry farm, officials have confirmed. Experts maintain that the risk to public health is “very low.”

17.11.2014 09:47

​Young Brits to work longer than grandparents, earn less than parents
The generation currently entering employment can expect to do more jobs and be paid less than previous generations, new figures show.

14.11.2014 15:08

Brent tumbles below $80 threshold as OPEC surplus continues
Brent crude continues its downward spiral, dipping below $80 per barrel, an important benchmark for global oil supplies, as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) continues to resist cutting production with prices reaching 4-year lows.

13.11.2014 07:41

Apple rumored to open Cambridge tech hub
Global tech giant Apple is rumored to be opening an office in Cambridge, England, in the coming weeks. Apple’s residency in the world-famous academic town would consolidate Cambridge’s position as the UK’s tech capital.

11.11.2014 14:39

Fracking firms should be free to cause earthquakes when drilling – academics
Leading academics say fracking companies should be allowed to cause greater earth tremors when drilling if the government wants the shale gas industry to succeed.

11.11.2014 09:17

$3.8bn in UK aid for developing states 'routed through tax havens'
Over two-thirds of investments by the private-sector wing of the UK's foreign aid program were funneled through tax havens in 2013, a report reveals. Since 2000, the UK government routed in excess of $3.8bn worth of aid through such jurisdictions.

04.11.2014 09:26

UK gas prices plunge to record low after Russia-Ukraine deal, 2mn Brits remain in fuel poverty
UK gas prices plunged to a record low on Friday following a newly signed deal between Russia, Ukraine and the European Commission. However, fuel poverty remains rife in Britain, with 2 million households unable to afford adequate heating.

31.10.2014 09:16

Rampant financial crime in City of London eroding public trust - BoE
A top Bank of England (BoE) official warns widespread financial crime in the City of London is eroding public trust. The BoE’s criticism surfaced as it launched a review to tackle market manipulation.

28.10.2014 19:08

Hindu Diwali holiday triggers 450% gold surge in India
India will be glistening with gold in the next few days, as millions celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights. The holiday has pushed up demand for gold. In September the country imported $3.75 billion worth of gold jewelry in preparation.

23.10.2014 11:27