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Government's 'Google Review' copyright rules beco...
Analysis The dog-ends of the “Google Review” of copyright sailed through the Lords yesterday and will become law on 1 October – creating work for the courts and quite possible, legal headaches for the...
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Cameron’s ‘Big Society’ in tatters as charity wat...
The organisation, which was launched by the Prime Minister in 2010, was given at least £2.5 million of National Lottery funding and public-sector grants despite having no record of charitable...
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Vivienne Westwood: “Julian Assange likes the comb...
Vivienne Westwood. Photo: Getty Some people might see the inclusion of Dame Vivienne Westwood on the bill at this year’s Latitude festival as an acknowledgement of the cultural significance of...
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Matthew d'Ancona: Michael Gove is now Chief Whip ...
What, for instance, will Nicky Morgan do at the Department for Education? Too much of the mood music that accompanied her appointment suggested that she had been dispatched to sue for peace. I...
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Market stall feeds town's top athletes
A market stall that supplies meats to a professional football club and a world boxing champion is aiming to double turnover and become a £4m operation. Best in Bury Foods Limited was running solely...
Read more at Manchester Evening News
No 10 policy chief takes over as head of the civi...
In a shake-up announced alongside the ministerial reshuffle, Sir Jeremy will now also be head of the civil service, replacing Sir Bob Kerslake, who leaves in the autumn. He takes on the job in...
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School to grow skills for rodeo
TWO Australian rodeo powerhouses - the Mount Isa Rotary Rodeo Inc and the Australian Professional Rodeo Association - are joining forces to open the first rodeo school. TWO Australian rodeo...
Read more at The North West Star
From Google to Amazon: EU goes to war against pow...
Within the salons of the Elysée Palace, along the corridors of the European parliament and under the glass dome of the Reichstag, Old Europe is preparing for a new war. This is not a battle over...
Read more at Here Is The City
Google policy wonk patronises Brits over EU searc...
Google repeatedly batted away questions about whether it favours its search result services over those of its rivals in Europe, during a frustrating exchange on BBC Radio 4's Today programme this...
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The power of friendship is what did for Andy Coul...
To which you may say: Coulson ought to have revealed to Cameron what he told the court in April – namely, that he had heard voicemail messages relating to David Blunkett in 2004, even if, as he...
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