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Oil price plunges as Opec keeps 30m barrel production target
The price of oil plunged by more than 8 per cent to four year lows on Thursday after Opec decided not to lower its output target in spite of months of falling prices that have battered the budgets of many of the cartel's members.
OPEC's Weapon of Mass Inaction  
Oil prices plunge after OPEC decides against output cut  
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The number of fresh shop-bought chickens contaminated with the lethal campylobacter food poisoning bug has risen to 70 per cent, as experts warn retailers are failing to keep the bug at bay.
Will be �1.5bn or could it be �2bn? That's the debate around the higher echelons of the NHS in England as they await Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement next week.
The Bank of England launched its Funding for Lending Scheme in 2012 to encourage banks to lend. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA. Thursday 27 November 2014 10.41 EST.
The Transport department will hand over the line to Inter City Railways, a consortium of both companies on 1st March 2015. RMT union has called the move a "national disgrace", according to the BBC.
Retailers are jostling to offer the steepest discounts as they compete for a share of the estimated �1.7bn that shoppers are expected to spend this Black Friday.

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