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  • Signs of caution in housing market, surveyors say

    June 11, 2014 11:18 PM 10

    Surveyors have reduced their expectations for house price growth in the UK, despite a continued shortage of homes for sale. Property prices are expected to grow by 5% a year over the next five years, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics). Price rise expectations in London have dropped from an estimate of 9% a year in March

  • Mainstream media 'still dominate online news'

    June 11, 2014 11:16 PM 13

    Traditional media organisations remain the dominant source of online news in the UK, according to a new report. More than half of those polled said they followed the news through an established brand, with just 16% using digital-only sites, such as Buzzfeed and Huffington Post. However, new media companies were found to be very popular in the US and Japan

  • Glasgow School of Art: Degree show after Mackintosh building fire

    June 11, 2014 11:08 PM 10

    Glasgow School of Art is set to stage its 2014 degree show, three weeks after fire destroyed and damaged students' work in the iconic Mackintosh building. More than 500 graduating students will have their work showcased in the show. A special display of large-scale digital prints of work by all 102 fine art students will be staged at the nearby McLellan

  • The 'flaws' of French democracy

    June 11, 2014 11:05 PM 12

    Is France a democracy? Most people would assume there is a straightforward answer - "Yes". After all, France has free and fair elections. However, there is more to a truly democratic society than elections alone, writes Simon Baptist of The Economist Intelligence Unit. France is a democracy, but not a full democracy, according to the newly published

  • Five hidden US travel destinations

    June 11, 2014 11:05 PM 4

    US President Barack Obama rattled off a list of iconic US tourist destinations as he launched a campaign to attract more international visitors. But what about the places that could be world-renowned - but aren't? "When it comes to tourism, we have a great product to sell," said the president, while visiting the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown

  • Can giving away trade secrets benefit business?

    June 11, 2014 11:02 PM 11

    Imagine you've spent the past few years and a very large sum of money developing new technology which you believe will be a game-changer in your industry. Do you protect your investment carefully, and make sure your designs are protected by watertight patents - or do you allow your rivals to benefit from your research to boost the market as a whole

  • Gossip column: World Cup, Pirlo, Ozil, Toure, Fabregas

    June 11, 2014 11:01 PM 6

    Visit our manager ins and outs page for a list of all the current bosses in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership. Mesut Ozil insists he is not concerned about negativity from some Germany fans as he has the confidence of national team coach Joachim Low and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Ozil, 25, was jeered by some Germany supporters

  • World Cup 2014: How to follow across BBC TV, radio and online

    June 11, 2014 10:52 PM 5

    The 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil starts on Thursday and you can follow it with the BBC across television, radio and online. There will be 31 matches shown live on BBC television and online, starting with Spain v the Netherlands on Friday, 13 June. There will be live text commentary on all 64 matches throughout the tournament, available on the BBC Sport

  • Friends deny balcony plunge couple were having sex / Sunday World

    June 11, 2014 10:34 PM 2

    Two teenagers who plunged 60ft to their death from a balcony were 'making out' after meeting at a party, but friends denied reports that they were having sex at the time. Anastasia Tutik, 19, from Russia, and a boy named locally only as “Miguel”, 18, from Mexico, died after falling from the sixth floor of a London flat where they had met at a party

  • Madeleine McCann search bring no leads for ‘stupid English’

    June 11, 2014 10:20 PM 1

    Searches of scrubland have thrown up no new evidence relating to missing Madeleine McCann, British police confirmed. Three barren sites have been scoured near the Portuguese resort of Praia da Luz. Scotland Yard said ‘more activity has been agreed’ for the coming days. Investigators from both countries have covered 60,000sq m of land, including drains