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*France objects to proposed farm subsidy cuts. BRUSSELS, Oct 31- France joined a growing list of European Union governments threatening to veto the bloc's next long-term budget, turning up the heat at the start of divisive bargaining over a 1 trillion euro spending plan.
A source close to Ed Davey said the remarks by John Hayes, newly appointed Tory energy minister, did not represent government policy and vetoed a speech in which Mr Hayes had planned to attack wind power.
BRUSSELS, Oct 28- European Union governments will debate a cut of at least 50 billion euros this week as the starting point for negotiations on the bloc's proposed 1 trillion-euro long-term budget, a source familiar with the issue said.
Concerns are growing that Britain is laying plans for what political and financial pundits have dubbed “Brixit,” a variant on “Grexit” — Greece’s departure from the euro zone. The New York Times reports.
*``Tsunami of filth'' has rocked the BBC. The allegations, which first emerged in an expose on the rival British TV channel ITV, have rocked the BBC, with its chief George Entwistle admitting the broadcaster has been damaged by the scandal.
British prime minister David Cameron is the latest European politician to be accused of leaking sensitive data after he promised “good news” for the U.K. economy would keep on coming, a day before the official release of growth statistics.
LONDON-- Britain's economy emerged from its nine-month recession in the July to September quarter, when spending on the Olympics helped it grow by a bigger than expected 1 percent, according to official figures released Thursday.
LONDON, Oct 24- Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he was unhappy with the level of tax avoidance by big corporations working in Britain and urged authorities to make sure all companies paid their fair share of tax.
*BBC under pressure over sex claims against dead presenter. *BBC boss admits trust damaged. George Entwistle, who was announced as the 90- year-old media organisation's new boss in August, told hostile lawmakers that failures at the BBC had allowed Jimmy Savile, once one of Britain's top TV presenters, to prey on young girls for years.
Unions, anti-war campaigners, left-wing leaders, community groups and other activists poured down London's streets in a demonstration against reductions to public sector spending which officials are pushing through in order to rein in the Britain's debt, which stands at more than 1 trillion pounds.
Brendan Barber, whose Trades Union Congress helped organize the march, said that the message of Saturday's protest was that "austerity is simply failing."
LONDON-- British Prime Minister David Cameron is ducking new questions about text messages he traded with Rebekah Brooks, the former chief of News Corp.' s U.K. newspapers who faces charges linked to the country's phone hacking scandal.
EDINBURGH, Scotland-- Scotland moved a step closer Monday to a vote on independence after Scottish and British leaders signed a deal laying the groundwork for a popular referendum that could radically alter the shape of the United Kingdom.
EDINBURGH-- Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron signed a deal Monday with the leader of Scotland's separatist administration on a referendum that could break up the United Kingdom. Officials from London and Edinburgh have been meeting for weeks to hammer out details of a vote on Scottish independence.
Huawei is well established in Britain, and it has a partnership with the country's largest telecoms operator, BT Group PLC, to upgrade networks that stretches back to 2005..
BRUSSELS, Oct 11- The European Union's top official fleshed out his ideas for a separate budget for euro zone countries on Thursday, and indirectly warned British Prime Minister David Cameron about using the proposal for his own political gain.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron warned of the growing risk that Britain’s creditors could start to question “our ability and resolve to pay off our debts” on Wednesday as he wrapped up his Conservative Party’s annual meeting in Birmingham, Britain’s second city.
The boss of JPMorgan Chase has admitted his regret for the bank's rescue of its ailing rival Bear Stearns through a contentious deal brokered by Washington at the height of the global financial crisis. The Telegraph FUND MANAGERS' MUST SPEAK OUT'.
Financial Times Headlines POLITICAL BACKLASH OVER BA DEAL COLLAPSE- GOLDMAN'S' MUPPET HUNT' DRAWS A BLANK- PUBLIC TO TAKE 51 PCT IN DIRECT LINE IPO- IMF SOUNDS ALARM OVER JAPANESE BANKS- BRANDS FEAR PITFALLS OF AMAZON CATWALK- DOWNING ST CAUGHT IN BAE/EADS CROSSFIRE- CAMERON VOWS TO UNLOCK BRITAIN'S POTENTIAL- APPLE RETREAT SPURS SWITCH OUT OF TECHS- Overview POLITICAL BACKLASH OVER BA DEAL COLLAPSE.
BERLIN/ LONDON, Oct 11- Europe's two biggest aerospace firms will go back to the drawing board to find new strategies after Germany stymied the world's biggest arms and aviation company merger.