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Extended run: After three sessions of gains, the FTSE 100 index was nearing intraday levels it has not surpassed since July 7
By This Is Money Market Reporters Published: 08:36, 2 September 2014 | Updated: 10:14, 2 September 2014 10.00: The Footsie held near a two-month peak as the morning session progressed, rising for the third straight day as investors continued to hope that the European Central Bank might sanction a fresh batch of quantitative easing stimulus measures at its council meeting on Thursday.By mid morning, the FTSE 100 index was 22.8 points, or 0.3 per cent higher at 6,848.1, near intraday levels it has not surpassed...
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Andy Awford will turn his attentions to the emergency loan window after resisting a deadline day dash. There were no Fratton Park arrivals yesterday as the much-trumpeted transfer window closed.Instead, Ryan Bird left the Blues by mutual consent to join Cambridge, while Peter Brezovan’s short-term deal was ended.For a relaxed Awford there was no last-gasp desperate push as he remains satisfied with the quality of his squad.Clubs outside the Premier League can now utilise the loan window which opens on Tuesday, September 9.And Awford, who...
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Andy Awford will turn his attentions to the emergency loan window after resisting a deadline day dash. There were no Fratton Park arrivals yesterday as the much-trumpeted transfer window closed.Instead, Ryan Bird left the Blues by mutual consent to join Cambridge, while Peter Brezovan’s short-term deal was ended.For a relaxed Awford there was no last-gasp desperate push as he remains satisfied with the quality of his squad.Clubs outside the Premier League can now utilise the loan window which opens on Tuesday, September 9.And Awford, who...
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Fancy vehicles: Uni Baggage offers luxury modes of transport to wealthy students
Very Important Freshers packages from shipping company Uni Baggage can cost up to £25kVehicles offered to arrive in on first day at college include Mclaren P1, Ferrari F340, Rolls-Royce Phantom or Aston MartinThere is also the option of a horse-drawn carriageBy Rob Davies Published: 22:18, 1 September 2014 | Updated: 08:50, 2 September 2014 Most students spend their first week worrying about romantic escapades and how to make meals using only a kettle.But one British firm has come up with a service tailored to super-wealthy...
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THE parents of brain cancer patient Ashya King are planning legal action against Southampton General Hospital, it emerged today as Nick Clegg joined mounting calls for the family to be reunited. Brett and Naghmeh King’s lawyer revealed the ‘desperate’ couple are considering ‘demands’ against the hospital from which they took their five-year-old son last Thursday.It came as the Deputy Prime Minister said he believes it is ‘not appropriate’ to ‘throw the full force of the law’ at the Kings, while it also emerged that one...
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The Editor Roy Wright Editor, Huddersfield Daily Examiner Phone 01484 437707 Roy Wright was appointed editor of The Huddersfield Daily Examiner in 2002. Prior to this he was assistant editor of The Liverpool Echo for three years. He has also worked at the Hull Daily Mail as well as a number of Press agencies. Roy grew up in Burnley, Lancashire and has worked in the local newspaper industry for 25 years. Original linkOriginal author: Jackson...
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CITY MP Mike Hancock has said he is active again after a ‘severe bout of depression’. The beleaguered independent Portsmouth South MP said it takes a lot to come back from the condition but he is now seeing constituents in advice centres.‘When you’ve been through such a severe bout of depression and ill health it takes a lot to come back. (I will) make sure I do that properly,’ he told BBC Radio Solent.‘I can assure people I’m seeing people at my advice centres this...
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Taylor praise for Pompey rotation

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Ryan Taylor is convinced Andy Awford’s squad rotation has spared him from injury. Now the striker is waiting to discover whether he survives the latest reshuffle at Yeovil in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy tonight.The 26-year-old’s pre-season was hampered by a groin problem picked up against Ebbsfleet, sidelining him for the final two friendlies.Having also missed Thurrock to attend a funeral, Taylor’s preparation for the League Two campaign was far from ideal.Yet Awford has been careful in the utilisation of his main striker, particularly with the...
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The Editor Roy Wright Editor, Huddersfield Daily Examiner Phone 01484 437707 Roy Wright was appointed editor of The Huddersfield Daily Examiner in 2002. Prior to this he was assistant editor of The Liverpool Echo for three years. He has also worked at the Hull Daily Mail as well as a number of Press agencies. Roy grew up in Burnley, Lancashire and has worked in the local newspaper industry for 25 years. Original linkOriginal author: Jackson...
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Wynter ready to challenge again

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Alex Wynter is tonight poised to finally lay a regular claim to Pompey’s right-back slot. The 20-year-old is available again following the head injury he received on his debut against Peterborough.That has kept him out of the Blues’ last five matches – but he returns to the squad for tonight’s trip to Yeovil (7.45pm).It leaves Wynter pushing for a start in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy fixture as Andy Awford shuffles his side again.The loanee is regarded as a versatile performer by Pompey’s boss and he...
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