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The City regulator has launched a probe into a £250 million overstatement of half-year profit by Tesco.

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We'll protect NHS spending, vows PM - Spending on the NHS will be protected for a further five years if Conservatives win next May's general election, Prime Minister David Cameron will pledge today.

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'No panic' vow over Iraq operations - British forces will not be "panicked" into dropping bombs in Iraq by reports of gains by Islamic State (IS) troops, the Foreign Secretary has insisted.

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UK news: Police face teacher images probe - An investigation has been launched into why it took police nine months to act over concerns about a deputy headteacher suspected of covertly taking indecent images of children.

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UK news: Former Johnson aide joins Ukip - The Tories suffered another defection embarrassment today when Boris Johnson's former right hand man at City Hall announced he is joining Ukip.

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UK news: Economy growth better than thought - Britain's economy grew more quickly than previously thought in the second quarter of this year though the start of 2014 was more sluggish, according to revised official figures.

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AFC Telford United v Chester - LIVE

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Shropshirestar.com bring you live updates tonight as AFC Telford United look to make it back-to-back wins in the Conference Premier against Chester.

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An angel among us

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At the crack of dawn when most of us are still tucked up in bed, Tracey Gibbs is up and making an unusually large breakfast.

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Employers highlight skills gap

Employers fear the education system is not geared to business needs, research suggests

Only a third of employers believe academic qualifications prepare youngsters for the world of work, according to a new report.

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Letter: Governing the nation

Ed Miliband

What is it about our current crop of politicians from the tired old school that makes them want to deny English people from having any say in governing themselves?

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Star comment: Economy is at heart of election

Chancellor George Osborne makes his keynote address to the Conservative Party conference at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham

There are fewer than 200 days to go until the General Election. This ought to be a time of successful opinion polls and a sense of momentum that will carry the Prime Minister to success.

Star comment: Can solar farms be that good?

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If a self-appointed expert, a boss of a solar farm company, or an environmental campaigner, says that there is nothing for Salopians to fear from solar farms, you would justifiably think that they would say that, wouldn’t they?

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Fantastic British season finale at Loton Park

Shropshire’s premier motor sport venue, Loton Park Hill Climb near Shrewsbury, hosted the final round of the British Hill Climb Championship over the weekend, where hundreds of spectators enjoyed watching the action in glorious sunshine as final positions in national, club and class championships were all to play for.