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Relegated Queens Park Rangers face a challenge to get back into the Premier League and their expensively-assembled squad must get "super-fit" to compete in the Championship (second division), manager Harry Redknapp said. Reading and Queens Park
The green environmentalists were bundled up to their eyeballs since it was the coldest day this winter, 16 degrees Fahrenheit if you factored in the wind chill. Protesters claim that oil sands, fracking, fossil fuels, and especially dirty coal are
Manchester United declined to comment and representatives for the Glazers could not be immediately reached...While there have been some signs in the past year that transfer spending by top English clubs is being reined in, the pressure on a leading
Under probe for rigging interest rates , Barclays bank has now been embroiled in a tax row that allegedly involved avoiding paying millions of pounds in tax in a deal in which it outsourced some of its computer services work to India and the
Britain is pouring more money into crowd-control plans for London during the Olympics, with the government acknowledging Wednesday it had vastly underestimated the number of people likely to take part in the city's heady atmosphere.
Lloyds posts first quarter profit slump Lloyds Banking Group said it first quarter pre-tax profit fell to £288m as the part state-owned bank was forced to set aside more cash to meet claims for claims for compensation linked to the mis-selling of
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Like millions of her subjects, Queen Elizabeth II is going to have to make do and mend cutting spending and putting off palace repairs as royal finances are squeezed by Britain's budget crisis. Accounts published Monday by Buckingham Palace reveal
Britain on Monday defended its multi-million pound aid to India, amid demands by ruling Conservative party MPs and others to end it, saying "now is not the time to quit". International aid is among few areas that have not been subjected to deep
Tell us A proposal by the Environmental Protection Agency that calls for less production of the most-used refrigerant in residential air conditioners in the next couple of years has sent its price soaring as much as 100 percent in a couple of weeks.