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Dec 2 - Markets closed

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Network rail 'to lose control of track maintenance'
Network Rail is to be stripped of its control over Britain's railway tracks, with new powers being passed to the train operators, in a major reorganisation of the system, it is reported.
Network Rail to lose sole control of rail maintenance  
Train fares to rise by average of 2.3%  
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The Bank of England should be wary of rushing into interest rate rises to curb inflation, according to its chief economist, in a warning that the UK economy is vulnerable to a sharper slowdown next year than forecasts would suggest.
BRITAIN'S oldest manufacturing firm The Whitechapel Bell foundry, is set to close at its current site and bring an end to a family business that has run for almost 500 years.
Sir Philip Green - dubbed Sir Greed - has been accused of working to “snaffle” �35million from BHS while failing to cough up to save the pensions of workers.
LONDON, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Britain's top share index edged downwards to a 2-week low on Friday as investors avoided risky bets heading into the weekend of Italy's constitutional referendum, with bank shares leading the declines.
Housebuilder Berkeley on Friday cut in half the value of one of Britain's richest pay schemes for top brass as it acknowledged a hardening political stance on corporate largesse.

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