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    UN Human Rights official says state must act on ‘boys’ club culture’ that gives rise to bullying and sexual harassment.


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    UK inflation falls to four-year low

    Fall in petrol and clothing prices brings inflation down to 1.6pc, as forecasters predict return of rising ‘real pay’

    Hillsborough remembered, 25 years on

    Video: Anfield holds annual memorial service for 96 victims of Hillsborough tragedy, on 25th anniversary

    Reeva’s last words to Pistorius: ‘Today is a good day to tell you I love you’

    Oscar Pistorius trial: prosecution completes its cross-examination of accused athlete in Pretoria.

    Ukraine’s currency gets some bounce from big interest rate rise

    Ukraine’s currency gets some bounce from big interest rate rise

    The value of Ukraine’s currency, the hryvnia, increased on Monday after the country’s central bank raised its benchmark interest rate. It boosted it from 6.5 percent to 9.5 percent. It was the first hike in eight months. The overnight interest rate was nearly…

    How 3D printing will change our lives for ever

    From food shapes to heart transplants, the possibilities seem endless for 3D printing technology, writes Harry Wallop

    How I became one of the YouTube millionaires

    Jamal Edwards is 23 and worth more than £8 million, thanks to his SBTV music channel

    Easter set to be a wash-out

    Heavy rainfall expected over Bank Holiday weekend

    Son of reformer Hu Yaobang rues lost chance for change, 25 years after his father’s death

    China missed a golden opportunity for political reform in the 1980s and it is doubtful when the next one will come, says a son of Hu Yaobang, the widely respected late liberal leader.

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    Beijing to get powers to shut factories and punish officials in smog battle

    Smog-hit China is set to pass a new law that would give Beijing more powers to shut polluting factories and punish officials, and even place protected regions off-limits to industrial development, scholars with knowledge of the situation said.

    Submarine hunt for MH370 aborted after water proves to be ‘too deep’

    A robotic submarine sent into the Indian Ocean to scour for evidence of missing flight MH370 was hauled back from its first mission after waters in the search zone proved to be too deep.

    More on Malaysia Airlines flight 370

    Chinese herb beats drug at rheumatoid arthritis: study


    A Chinese herb called thunder god vine works better than a widely-prescribed pharmaceutical drug at easing rheumatoid arthritis, a study published on Monday said.

    Chinese official dies after drinking too much first day on the job

    A deputy county chief in Guangxi died of alcohol poisoning after dining with colleagues on the first day on the job, mainland media have reported.

    Norway gives China 87-year-old Monkey King film thought to be long lost


    Norway will hand to China a copy of “The Cave of the Silken Web”, a classic Chinese film that had long been believed lost, the National Library of Norway said Monday.

    Furious Beijing files formal protest over US environment chief’s Taiwan visit

    Beijing said it had lodged a protest with the United States over a visit by Washington’s environmental protection chief to Taiwan this week. Environmental Protection Agency administrator Gina McCarthy’s visit is the first by a cabinet-level official since 2000, according to Taiwan’s presidential office. Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou met her on Monday.

    Online censorship rolled back on 25th anniversary of death of reformist leader

    The Chinese government on Tuesday took a more tolerant stance to online censorship on the anniversary of the death of former Communist Party leader Hu Yaobang, whose death 25 years ago today helped spark the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests.

    More on Tiananmen Square crackdown

    Blow for Taiwan’s KMT as just one runner remains in opposition leadership race

    PLA to set up local ‘watchdog’ offices to monitor graft and protect troops’ rights

    China scraps human rights talks with Britain, cites its internal affairs

    Twenty-five years after his death, Hu Yaobang still remembered as pragmatic reformist

    Photos of ‘official’ involved in parking dispute go viral on Chinese social media

    Dongguan hotel owner stripped of his NPC seat amid sex-trade crackdown

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    Tianjin says it won’t allow steel or cement plants, to curb pollution


    The announcement, reported by Xinhua yesterday, echoed statements by neighbouring Hebei province and Beijing, and is in line with last year’s central government plan to restrict new manufacturing in key industrial centres.


    Amid price war, Japan’s auto companies make made-in-China cars more Chinese

    TORU SUGAWARA, Nikkei staff writer

    SHANGHAI — Japan’s leading carmakers are changing the way they produce cars in and for China. The companies are stuck in a rut in the world’s largest vehicle market. They hope to hoist themselves out of it by using more locally sourced parts and designs, which should help them cope with stiff price competition. In 2008, Japanese automakers controlled 31% of the Chinese market. In 2013, their share was 18%, down 3 percentage points from the p…



    Furious Beijing files formal protest over US environment chief’s Taiwan visit

    Beijing said it had lodged a protest with the United States over a visit by Washington’s environmental protection chief to Taiwan this week. Environmental Protection Agency administrator Gina McCarthy’s visit is the first by a cabinet-level official since 2000, according to Taiwan’s presidential office. Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou met her on Monday.



    China ‘frustrated’ by what it sees as US efforts to contain it in Asia

    From territorial disputes in two of Asia’s major seas to the nuclear crisis in North Korea, Chinese and US officials have exchanged sharp words - a trend that analysts say has heightened China’s frustration over what it perceives as intensifying efforts to contain its rise.



    Ukraine ‘on the brink of civil war’, warns Russia’s Dmitry Medvedev

    However, 24 hours after a Ukrainian ultimatum for the separatists to lay down their arms expired, witnesses reported no signs that Kiev’s forces were ready to storm state buildings the rebels have occupied in the country’s Russian-speaking east.

    Norway gives China 87-year-old Monkey King film thought to be long lost


    Norway will hand to China a copy of “The Cave of the Silken Web”, a classic Chinese film that had long been believed lost, the National Library of Norway said Monday.

    Fourth series of Game of Thrones dishes up surprises for audience and actors

    No request too small for Hong Kong’s ‘personal service providers’

    Bordeaux throws up surprises for 2013 vintage after a patchy growing season

    We can talk up, down and around the 2013 vintage in Bordeaux. The tasting week for the en primeur campaign has finished, and the thousands of wine buyers and journalists who have trooped from chateau to chateau have now packed up their toothbrushes and headed home.

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    Who’s telling truth about Tamiflu after latest study of trial data

    Researchers who fought for years to get full data on Roche’s flu medicine Tamiflu said last week that governments who stockpiled it were wasting billions of dollars on a drug whose effectiveness was in doubt.

    Peaches Geldof’s death may amplify concerns about modern dieting fads

    Butterfly species once threatened by climate change adapts to new habitat

    Smog fears of marathon runner

    Charity donations soar in tribute to runner who died after completing London Marathon

    Farage ‘would welcome’ expenses investigation

    Ukip leader invites EU officials to investigate his accounts after accusations that up to £60,000 has been misused

    Cycling event targeted by saboteurs laying nails in road

    Police are investigating after a mass cycling event in the New Forest came under attack

    Girl, 14, arrested over ‘joke’ airline terror threat

    Dutch girl tweeted American Airlines, saying she was al-Qaeda member planning ‘something big’

    Malaysia Airlines MH370: submarine aborts first search of ocean floor

    Bluefin-21 returns to surface after exceeding its operating depth limit of 4,500 metres

    Savers ‘£170 better off’ as inflation drops to four-year low

    Savings rates remain dire, but lower inflation means someone with £20,000 in a top-paying deposit account has more spending power

    Why it’s harder to get on the housing ladder

    In charts: The average price of a first-time home is now £192,000, while the average income of first-time buyers is at a record high

    Landlords’ mortgage ‘advantage’ over first-time buyers

    First-time buyers are ‘disadvantaged’ by being denied interest-only mortgages used by landlords


    Ben Rumsby: Manchester City are expected to be punished over FFP regulations but rival clubs may challenge sanction if they deem to be too lenient


    James Corrigan’s World of Golf: In build up to the Masters, America’s Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson guaranteed injured world No 1 place on team

    Lonely seal pup washes up in Sweden

    Watch: Baby seal cries out after it loses its way and ends up in the harbour of a popular Swedish resort

    Game of Thrones

    Charlotte Runcie, Ed Cumming and Patrick Smith give their verdict on the jaw-dropping plot twist in The Lion and The Rose

    20 best British and Irish novels of all time


    From Ulysses to Wolf Hall, we select the greatest British and Irish novels ever written. Did your favourite make it?

    Gone Girl: David Fincher’s new ending


    Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike star in the film adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel

    Called to the baah: how sheep made Britain rich


    Horatio Clare ruminates on a fascinating ovine history of Britain

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    When Los Angeles was a village


    In pictures: amazing vintage photographs showing California in the 1800s

    Why we’ve got the Georgians wrong


    The Georgian era was a world away from Jane Austen, says historian Amanda Vickery

    Stephen King’s worst Twitter gaffes


    The Shining author has only been on Twitter for five months, but he’s made a name for himself for all the wrong reasons

    Daphne du Maurier’s Cornwall

    Ahead of the new BBC adaption of Daphne Du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn, Telegraph Travel visits the setting for the novel

    Grans take first ever flight

    Watch the amazement of two grandmothers experiencing their first time above the clouds

    Heathrow worst for punctuality

    Heathrow has been named Britain’s worst airport for flight punctuality last year, according to recent figures collected by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)

    Is this the worst tourism ad ever?

    A contender for the world’s worst tourism advert has emerged from Singapore

    Titanic: 40 fascinating facts

    On this day in 1912, the Titanic sank. Here are 40 facts about the ship, and its demise

    Places celebrities love to hate

    Celebrities including Jeffrey Archer and Andrew Flintoff reveal the places they avoid at all costs

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    Live: Pistorius trial

    Live: Pistorius trial

    Follow Sky News’ coverage of the trial of Oscar Pistorius who is accused of murdering his girlfriend.

    Toure facing two weeks out

    Toure facing two weeks out

    Manchester City will be missing talismanic midfielder Yaya Toure for up to two weeks due to a groin injury.

    Froch confident of victory

    Froch confident of victory

    Carl Froch and George Groves take to the ring again next month and the Cobra has predicted a similar outcome at Wembley.

    Ukraine forces ‘move’ against separatists

    President pledges ‘balanced’ operation to retake seized buildings

    Co-op subcommittee draws up reforms

    Three board members water down Lord Myners’ proposals

    Twitter acquires ‘firehose’ partner Gnip

    Social media group pursues revenues through selling analytical services

    Barclays replaces head of pay committee

    Sunderland to step down amid investor anger over bonuses

    UK inflation falls to 1.6%

    March CPI figure boosts hopes squeeze on living standards is easing

    US Dollar and Chinese Renminbi banknotes in Beijing, China

    China’s forex reserves near record $4tn

    Rise coincides with renminbi drop that marks central bank action

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    TalkTalk and Sky plan own fibre network

    Move challenges dominance of BT in telecoms infrastructure market

    HMS Victorious photographed in the Clyde estuary whilst on transit to the Clyde Submarine Base Faslane.
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    Naval chief warns on independent Scotland

    Vote would strike at ‘very heart’ of UK’s maritime defence

    Farage brushes off expenses allegations

    Newspaper alleges Ukip leader faces European probe

    Berlusconi sentenced to community service

    Former Italian PM may still lead his party’s European campaign

    Diageo bids $1.9bn for United Spirits stake

    Open offer for up to 26% of Indian liquor-maker’s shares

    Zebra to buy Motorola Solutions unit

    $3.5bn deal is latest in bumper year for tech M&A

    Comment and Analysis

    Picture: Lorne Campbell / Guzelian Feature on Sports Direct's headquarters and retail outlet at Shirebrook, near Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Picture shows staff member Christopher Cook. PICTURE TAKEN ON WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 2014

    Sports Direct’s rise to the premier league

    Expansion has brought its unusual management style into focus

    A nod to the power of humour

    In diplomacy, in business communications and in defensive PR, being funny is hugely valuable

    Sceptics underestimate Japan policy shift

    Bank of Japan has gone far beyond Draghi-style promises


    A stroke of genius

    Andreas Seppi hits a fantastic winner through his legs against Mikhail Youzhny at the stunning Monte-Carlo Masters.


    • Hillsborough tragedy: What they said

      Hillsborough recalled

      Sports recalls the reflections of some of those affected by the Hillsborough tragedy 25 years ago.

    • Sky Sports Scout, in association with Wyscout, reports on Swiss striker Josip Drmic

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    • The FF Show podcast

      The FF Show podcast

      Steve Clarke, Niall Quinn and Gaizka Mendieta assess the title race and relegation battle.

    • Inside the Huddle

      Inside the Huddle

      Listen to Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold’s latest podcast as they discuss the state of the NFC West.

    Who is already using Google Glass?

    As Google Glass goes on sale to the American public for one day only, Rhiannon Williams takes a look at the people and organisations already putting the device to use


    Victoria’s Secret Angels over the years

    As the Victoria’s Secret show heads to London for 2014, see which top models have highlighted their careers with a pair of the lingerie giant’s famous ‘Angel’ wings

    Bell & Ross: two wheels good

    The new watches from Bell & Ross celebrate the design of their unique aerodynamic motorcycle, the B-Rocket

    How to improve your golf swing

    Has your handicap plateaued or are you plagued by niggling golf injuries? Personal fitness trainer Scott Laidler is here to help

    Come dine with us (again)

    The formal dinner party is finally back in fashion, says Victoria Lambert

    Celebrity homes for sale

    From Elton John’s London flat to Colin Montgomerie’s country mansion

    Gardening lifts the spirits

    Gardening is not ‘a pointless way of passing the time until you die’, says Alan Titchmarsh

    Land Rover Discovery Concept review

    Land Rover’s Discovery Concept might be buried in marketing hype, but don’t let that distract you

    Blame the system, not teachers, for ‘cheating’

    Welcome to the great exam-passing machine that is British education, says Boarding School Beak

    UN: Britain’s sexism more ‘pervasive’ than any other country

    Rashida Manjoo, a UN human rights expert, has said Britain’s sexist culture is more ‘in your face’ than any other country she has visited

    MP: Why am I being blamed for Nigel Evans sex case?

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