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    British Columbia lowers tax in LNG push

    British Columbia has lowered its tax rate for liquefied natural gas sales, following extensive negotiations with oil and gasRobert Delaney in Toronto

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    Ben Bradlee, Washington Post editor, 1921-2014

    Ben Bradlee, who has died aged 93, was the most vivid and successful American newspaper editor in many generations. AsBy Jurek Martin

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    Malaysia revs up for re-run of "Asean car" dream

    The dream of an “Asean car” was first floated, in broad terms, by former prime minister of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamad, whenJeremy Grant

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    Apple in deal to keep plans secret

    Apple has reached a settlement with its bankrupt sapphire supplier GT Advanced Technologies that would retain theTim Bradshaw in San Francisco

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    Gearing up to go reverse and forward

    Lex discussed on Wednesday the upcoming 600Mhz spectrum auction the FCC will launch in 2015. Not only is the estimatedSujeet Indap

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    ONS: Don’t discount UK manufacturing

    What to do about British manufacturing? There is hardly a politician in the country who hasn’t called for the sector to getEmily Cadman

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    Transport deemed more important than devolution

    The north and Midlands should have their own smart card modelled on London’s Oyster to allow workers to move between citiesJohn Murray Brown and Andrew Bounds

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    Supercity of north to rival London wins more backing

    The man who coined the term “Brics” has called for the creation of a northern supercity he tagged “ManSheffLeedsPool” as aAndrew Bounds, North of England Correspondent

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    ‘Too little progress’ in removing foreign criminals, says NAO

    Ministers have made little progress in removing thousands of foreign criminals from the UK, despite up to £1bn spent overBy Helen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent

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    Baby boomers spend the inheritance rather than pass it on

    They are the baby boomers who have benefited from booming house prices, improved healthcare and protected pensionerKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent

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