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Cameron to begin EU reform talksLast Iraq-Syria crossing 'falls to IS'Police to pay rape victim £20,000Police stop girl heading to SyriaAlternative to adoption on the riseSouth Korea 'nut rage' woman freedIreland holds same-sex marriage voteQuarter of skin 'on road to cancer'Ocean's 'tiniest organisms' revealedBaltimore police charged over deathAntarctic in 'dramatic' ice lossEarthquake 'shakes homes' in KentNepal's treasures: Before and afterMigrant meltdown, and 'jihadi bride...What next for the warring Le Pen...Volatile Burundi seeks a new politicsIslamic State: How it is runUK and the EU: Better off out or in?Titanic label to go under the hammerFifa thinks Eriskay's pitch perfectHodgson feared reaction to GrealishBenitez lined up by Real Madrid'Bianchi situation is stagnant''Stokes shines in show of character'Gerrard v Lampard: Who was better?Nationwide's profits rise 54% to £1bnCost of rent 'up 4.6% in a year'Free-school expansion plans launchedPM won't 'cave in' on migration targetTesco to cut sugar in soft drinksBrain-reading implant controls armCash squeeze at children's centresNew maths GCSEs 'too hard' - OfqualMSpy admits hacking and data theftAdult website hack compromises usersAncient parasite 'frozen in time'DNA hints at earlier dog evolutionNew home for English National BalletDanny Boyle opens Manchester venueHeating houses with 'nerd power'Caption Challenge: Mass yogaAccused hacker's property returnedStudent's road death 'not suicide'Cancer patients 'may be put at risk'SNP secures Trident safety debateCharles to visit NI peace centreCall of Faith£7.6m extra for child mental healthFire murder probe police release manNigeria 'moves' Boko Haram survivorsPresident plays football amid protestsOn the trail of Thailand's human...Jayalalitha set to return to power'Russian soldiers' confess to OSCEVaroufakis 'taped Greece debt talks'Mexico probes new disappearancesThousands attend Colombia mass funeral'Children died' in US air strikeQatar 'still failing' migrant workersUS mansion family 'killer' namedCalifornia probes oil spill causeIn pictures: Women of HargeisaToy soldiers at warPhoto challenge: 12 by 12What does a front garden say about you?In pictures: MA photographers on showThe Scots who shaped photographyYour pictures: Abstract shapesWeek in pictures: 9-15 May 2015VIDEO: Treasury CommitteeVIDEO: IS: 'We love death as you...VIDEO: Value of S Korea's education...VIDEO: Dog evolution 'earlier than...VIDEO: Why measure feet with iPads?VIDEO: Australia takes on EurovisionVIDEO: Who made it to Eurovision final?VIDEO: Orphaned duck loving office lifeVIDEO: Boyle warning on data gatheringHow male and female bathing suits...Why measure feet with iPads?Hooked - Part 5Quiz of the week's newsMogadishu's Lido beach: Sun, surf...Blanchett's Carol 'a labour of love'

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Daily Financial Advice from Money Morning

Gervais Williams: Why you should back the runts

In the stockmarket, the top dogs are going nowhere – but the smaller mutts have plenty of growth in them yet. Merryn Somerset Webb talks to Gervais Williams.


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Markets: FTSE 100 edges higher

The FTSE 100 added a little to Wednesdays gains yesterday, climbing 0.1% to close at 7,013.


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22 May 1980: Pac-Man hits the arcades

It didn't take long for Pac-Man, or Puck Man as it was originally called in Japan, to become a worldwide craze after it was released, on this day in 1980.


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Deflation: enjoy it while it lasts

Prices in Britain are falling for the first time in over half a century, so make the most of it.


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