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David Cameron's Conservative Party Conference speech: in full
Unless we act, unless we take difficult, painful decisions, unless we show determination and imagination, Britain may not be in the future what it has been in the past.
David Cameron's speech to the Conservative conference: full text  New Statesman (blog)
Conservative conference: Cameron in benefit cuts warning  BBC News
'Cooking Isn't Creative, and It Isn't Easy'
The stiffening fudge required real arm muscle to agitate, and soon the 200-plus-pound Pazmi�o reaggravated an old injury, inflamed an excruciating case of tendinitis and took to wearing a thumb brace around the office.
Occupy Wounded Knee: A 71-Day Siege and a Forgotten Civil Rights Movement
Bill Zimmerman, a sympathetic activist and pilot from Boston, agreed to carry out a 2,000-pound food drop on the 50th day of the siege.
Hollywood comes to Kent: Developers unveil plans for �2bn Paramount theme park ...
Developers have unveiled plans for a new �2billion Paramount theme park in Britain to rival Disneyland Paris. The proposed development would create up to 27,000 jobs and transform an 872-acre brownfield site in the Swanscombe Peninsula in Kent.
A weighty issue: Hidden world of jockey heaving bowls
Anna-Louise MacKinnon, medical adviser at the British Professional Jockeys Association (PJA), which promotes the interest of riders in the UK, said there was no evidence small amounts of weight loss -- such as two or three pounds -- was dangerous ...
Hitachi Buys UK Nuclear Power Venture for $1.1 Billion
The Japanese manufacturer Hitachi Ltd. agreed to buy Horizon Nuclear Power from Germany's two largest utilities for 696 million pounds ($1.1 billion), ensuring support for the U.K. government's energy program. The transaction will be completed next ...
Japanese to build �700m UK nuclear power plants: Hitachi deal will provide ...  Daily Mail
Hitachi unveils �20bn plan to build nuclear reactors in the UK  Telegraph.co.uk
Britons 'require �1700 a month to survive and �4400 to live in luxury'
Some may dream of country mansions and huge yachts, but for the average Briton the cost of luxury is somewhat cheaper. Most believe they could afford a life of luxury on �4,413 a month after tax and national insurance are deducted, a study found ...
Yum yums - the sweetest treat on the high street lives up to its name
On Monday, James Morton, the “hunk in the tank top” from this year's Great British Bake Off, was spotted buying one in his local Greggs in Glasgow.
FOREX NEWS: Trading the Advance 3Q UK GDP Report
The advance GDP report is expected to show the U.K. expanding 0.6% in the third-quarter, and a large uptick in the growth rate should prompt a bullish reaction in the British Pound as it dampens the Bank of England's scope to expand its balance sheet ...
Och aye the No
The separatist Scottish National Party (SNP) will try to woo them by making independence seem trivial. The party has already underlined its enthusiasm for the queen, the BBC, the pound, the Bank of England's interest rates and British opt-outs from ...
All 16 and 17-year-olds to have vote on Scottish independence  Telegraph.co.uk