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Kendal may be synonymous with the Lakeland walks beloved of its adopted son Alfred Wainwright, the famed guide book writer, By Andrew Ward in Kendal
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The UK is to overhaul a £100m scheme to provide superfast broadband for businesses in cities following a slow take-up of a By Daniel Thomas, Telecoms Correspondent
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When a high street chain falls down dead, it is never long before the accusations of murder start to fly. Last week, after By Jonathan Ford
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