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Low demand: The take-up of ECB boss Mario Draghi's new 400billion euro flagship stimulus package tool was low at just 82.6billion euro
By This Is Money Market Reporters Published: 08:57, 18 September 2014 | Updated: 11:38, 18 September 2014 11.00: European stock markets maintained their gains in late morning trade, buoyed by the prospect that the Federal Reserve will keep US interest rates low for a ‘considerable time’, with little reaction to a slightly disappointing take-up for the first of the European Central Bank’s new four-year loans.The take-up for the 400billion euro (£316billion pounds) flagship tool in the ECB’s new stimulus package was just 82.6billion euro but...
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Janice Atkinson MEP, UKIP
Janice Atkinson, Ukip MEP Comments (0) RECENTLY in the European Parliament, I asked the commissioner responsible for migration her reaction to the proposed blockade of Calais and the growing migrant crisis. She refused to answer. (You can watch it on video via my website.) The Italian navy has been doing all it can to stem the flow from Africa but now the migrants use smaller and more dangerous boats to avoid detection. Italy has had no help. These tragic people – and let’s not forget they...
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The man was picked up from the M20 Comments (0) POLICE were called to a suspected illegal immigrant walking along the hard shoulder of the M20 earlier this week. Officers were called to the London bound carriageway on junction 11 on Tuesday, September 16, at about 5.30pm. A spokesman for Kent Police said: “The man was located and has been transferred to the Home Office Immigration Enforcement for them to take any further action.” Original linkOriginal author: AntonyThrower...
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The man was picked up from the M20 Comments (0) POLICE were called to a suspected illegal immigrant walking along the hard shoulder of the M20 earlier this week. Officers were called to the London bound carriageway on junction 11 on Tuesday, September 16, at about 5.30pm. A spokesman for Kent Police said: “The man was located and has been transferred to the Home Office Immigration Enforcement for them to take any further action.” Original linkOriginal author: AntonyThrower...
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Charity swim across the Solent

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SIX swimmers made easy work of the Solent as they swam across it for charity. The group of friends from Spirit health club, at the Holiday Inn, Old Portsmouth, set off early yesterday morning from Stokes Bay, in Gosport. It took them two-and-a-half hours to reach Ryde, on the Isle of Wight.One of the swimmers was Michelle Green, a 34-year-old PE teacher, who is on an epic mission to complete a challenge for every week of this year for the Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association, known...
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Awford issues Agyemang challenge

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Andy Awford has challenged Patrick Agyemang to remain Pompey’s striking focal point. The veteran made a superb return to the first-team on Tuesday night with a man-of-the-match display against Dagenham & Redbridge.The 3-0 victory marked his first start of an injury-hampered campaign.It was also only the second time Awford has selected him for the first team during his spells as caretaker and permanent boss.Now fit-again and with Ryan Taylor sidelined due to a groin problem, Agyemang has been given a chance to impress.And Awford has...
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Dark skies: Economic malaise in Europe could delay a rise in UK interest rates, after Bank of England records revealed growing concern about the slowdown across the Channel
By Rob Davies for the Daily Mail Published: 09:30, 18 September 2014 | Updated: 09:35, 18 September 2014 Economic malaise in Europe could delay a rise in UK interest rates, after Bank of England records revealed growing concern about the slowdown across the Channel.Fresh data showing that wages are still lagging behind inflation will also fuel expectations that rates will remain lower for longer.But fears about wages and Europe were tempered by an improved employment picture, as joblessness fell to its lowest level since 2008....
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Hard times: Sony was forced to issue a profit warning and write down £1.03billion as it struggles to compete in the cut-throat world of smartphones
By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 09:14, 18 September 2014 | Updated: 09:14, 18 September 2014 Sony has scrapped its dividend for the first time in its 56-year history as a publicly listed company, after the Japanese electronics giant was forced to issue a profit warning and write down £1.03billion as it struggles to compete in the cut-throat world of smartphones.Sony said its mobile business is facing intense competition at the premium end of the market, where it competes with Apple...
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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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Pompey boss Andy Awford insists he has no concerns over Ben Chorley’s injury record. The Blues skipper will again be missing when Wycombe visit Fratton Park on Saturday.Chorley is currently sidelined with a calf complaint, picked up last week after returning to training from a dead leg.He has so far missed six of Pompey’s 11 matches during the campaign, in addition to a pre-season friendly with Bournemouth.The central defender was also hampered by an Achilles problem – and a suspension – after joining last season.But...
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