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Bosses to face shareholder anger

Barclays bosses will face more shareholder anger over pay during the banking giant's annual general meeting in London today .

Ad surge boosts Facebook profits

Facebook's first-quarter results have soared

Social network giant Facebook reported soaring profits during the first quarter of 2014, driven by a major surge in advertising revenue.

Duncan Smith welcomes Bank claim

Ian Duncan Smith addresses the Conservative spring forum.

Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has welcomed suggestions from a key Bank of England committee that benefit reforms may be driving a rise in self employment.

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Bosses to face shareholder anger

Barclays bosses will face more shareholder anger over pay during the banking giant's annual general meeting in London today .

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Letter: Plagued by traffic lights

I agree with others who have written about the stupid traffic lights on islands near Telford centre. I no longer visit Telford centre unless necessary, but a couple of Sundays ago I went to have lunch at an eaterie near to the Malinslee roundabout.

Letter: Vital issue of sex trade

prostitute

Nigel Hastilow (April 19) acknowledged fully what has been said many times about the negative effects of pornography on attitudes towards women.

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Star comment: Reluctant to wave our flags

To find what it means to be English, we went on to the streets of Bridgnorth and discovered that many people we asked were not aware that today is St George’s Day.

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