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Not so Charlie now?

The extremist known as Jihadi John claims British spies warned him they were 'keeping an eye on' him

Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on the unmasking of Jihadi John, freedom of speech on campuses and the rise of shower paranoia.

Your health in the stars?


Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on astrology in the surgery, the truth about immigration and a hero in a goldfish bowl.


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Smart ideas will get you thinking


Does buying the biggest Smart make you the smartest? Given that the ForTwo is Smart’s ‘really small’ car, you’d be forgiven for thinking the ForFour was practically a family wagon. But no, it’s only the same size as a Skoda Citigo – albeit a very different sort of attack on the citycar sector.


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Pension freedoms 'need safety net'

Pensioners need a stronger safety net when new rules come into force, Which? said

Stronger safety nets are needed to protect people taking up the Government's new retirement freedoms which come into force one month from today, Which? has warned.

Miliband vow on pensioner benefits

Pensioners will keep their free bus passes under Labour

Free TV licences and bus passes for pensioners will be spared the axe under a Labour government, Ed Miliband will declare in the latest salvo of the battle to win the support of Britain's OAPs.

Gains slow despite brisk February

Specialist Michael Pistillo works with traders at his post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (AP)

The US stock market has closed slightly higher on Thursday as gains for utilities and financial stocks were largely offset by losses in energy and materials companies.


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