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Tell the truth: Scotland has been indulged

What does it take to make the people of England

The Credit Ratings Racket

Governments depend on them for popularity of their bonds, and indirectly, agencies decide how much money

Google users targeted by forged security certificate

The “man in the middle” attack also further undermines general confidence in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), a security protocol used to authenticate all kinds of sensitive internet

Technology ‘failing to empower older generation’

Only one in 20 of the age group owns a smartphone, compared to 17 per cent of those aged between 55 and 64. Research from Ofcom indicated that there was no increase between 2010

Andrew Strauss on career-best score as Middlesex

The England Test captain, Andrew Strauss

Owen Hargreaves given chance to resurrect career

Manchester City are convinced Owen Hargreaves

Carlos Tevez and friends give Joleon Lescott workout

The Manchester City centre-half could, after al

Jackson not surprised with Motorbase’s performance

Mat Jackson heads to Knockhill this weekend

Bankers say put reforms on hold until markets and economy

The head of Britain’s biggest lobby group will urge ministers to shelve plans for a major overhaul of banking on Tuesday, warning that they would be “barking mad” to plough ahead

Dominique Strauss-Kahn visits the IMF

The visit came five days after New York

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