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Cameron Joins Rutte in Opposing EU Budget Surcharge Call
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte greets British Prime Minister David Cameron, left, as he arrives for a G7 summit at the official residence of the Dutch prime minister in The Hague on Mar. 24, 2014 on the sidelines of the Nuclear Security Summit.
UK told to pay �1.7bn extra to EU  
David Cameron to challenge EU's demand for extra �1.7bn  
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Top stories

Tesco shares closed the day 6.5% down after the firm announced that its profits have been overstated by �263m. That is up from an initial estimate made last month of �250m.
TSB is opening almost one in 10 new bank accounts but the chief executive of the recently floated lender said it would take a long time before those customers translated into a bigger share of the market.
THE announcement this week that China's economy had grown by 7.3% in the third quarter year-on-year was widely seen as marking the country's �new normal� of slower growth.
Pets at Home reported increasing sales in the first half of the year as the VIP Club loyalty card helped repeat business and owners pampered their pets with grooming services.
The surprise move by Dublin-based C&C puts the pub company at the centre of a bidding war, since it comes just days after Spirit agreed to recommend a rival offer from Greene King.

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UKOG UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC -21.90% 19.55M
TSCO Tesco PLC -1.75% 13,646.63M
TSB TSB Banking Group PLC 1.69% 1,321.98M
DOR Doriemus PLC -22.22% 10.09M
SOLO Solo Oil PLC -13.82% 46.87M
ALBA Alba Mineral Resources plc -26.09% 3.51M