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Britain’s Army is TOO SMALL and is nowhere near prepared for a war, warns top US official

THE head of the US army has criticised the size of the shrinking British military, claiming it would be too small for war.

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New music to listen to this week: Will Morgan

​23-year-old singer songwriter Will Morgan moved from Sydney to London and has been racking up a number of new fans thanks to his EP Telopea. "When we got down to Elizabeth Bay to shoot and the clouds rolled in there wasn't much choice but to go with a kind of mute, placid look. Anything and everything by Tim Buckley - feel like my attention ...

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Russia plans to borrow $3 billion a year on global markets in 2018-2020

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's finance ministry is planning to borrow $3 billion (2.32 billion pounds) a year on global capital markets in ...

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Tech firms to overtake traditional banks, says expert

KUALA LUMPUR: Banking industry expert, Brett King, has predicted that technology companies will overtake traditional banks to become the world’’s ...

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Oracle execs get that shrinking feeling

Larry, Mark and Safra's pay packet $46.5m lighter in fiscal '16 It still pays to run Oracle, just not as much as it used to - top executives’ ...

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise bigwig chuckles at talk of buyout talks

Trimmed down biz 'possible' target for Dell, Cisco, Lenovo, Huawei and private equity The number two at Hewlett Packard Enterprise has brushed off ...

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise bigwig chuckles at talk of buyout talks

Trimmed down biz 'possible' target for Dell, Cisco, Lenovo, Huawei and private equity The number two at Hewlett Packard Enterprise has brushed off talk the slimmed-down organisation could be vulnerable to a takeover, as the company is again linked ...

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Labour’s shift has been vindicated. The public is tired of austerity | Owen Jones

Two years ago, Jeremy Corbyn challenged political orthodoxy by not attacking benefits claimants. Now public opinion has aligned with his stanceDo you resign yourself to public opinion as it is now, or do you attempt to change it? That is a question that has long divided Britain’s left and produced two competing strategies. The “centrist” approach ...

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