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A Qatari-led bid has won the battle to take over London's Canary Wharf complex after three of its major shareholders agreed to accept the �2.6bn offer.
The Bank of England may not return its interest rates to anything like their pre-crisis levels, and they may remain stuck at 2.5pc until the middle of 2019.
Addressing his first cabinet meeting since Sunday's victory, Mr Tsipras said he would negotiate with creditors over the �240bn (�179bn; $270bn) bailout.
Transport for London is planning to develop 50 of its sites into homes and offices, effectively transforming itself into a property company.
Rebel Conservative Lancashire MPs Eric Ollerenshaw and Mark Menzies rejected the Tory party line this week, as tensions mounted in the debate over fracking in Lancashire.

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