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Jan 18 (Reuters) - Gold prices on Wednesday held near eight-week highs hit in the previous session on uncertainty over U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's economic plans, after the dollar slid on his comments that the strong greenback was "killing us".
Taxes will have to rise by £30 billion a decade to keep pace with the costs of an ageing population, an official report warned yesterday.
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