A Qatari-led bid has won the battle to take over London's Canary Wharf complex after three of its major shareholders agreed to accept the £2.6bn offer.
Earlier this month, Songbird, which owns 69% of Canary Wharf Group, advised its investors to reject the offer.
Last year up to one in 20 households in some postcodes were ransacked by thieves. It's labelled "Corned Beef City" and is home to Britain's largest conglomeration of council houses, but Dagenham has earned a new title - Britain's most burgled town.
Homes in the Essex-London postcode, RM8, were most likely to be burgled in the previous year, with 5.5pc of households falling victim, according to insurance claims data.
A Monmouthshire farmer has decided to sell all his dairy cows and turn to beef farming because of the falling price of milk.
Paul Rymer says he is losing over £3,000 a month selling his milk so he is sending his herd of nearly 300 cows to market.
And he is not alone, according to one auctioneer.
The European Central Bank (ECB) will inject at least €1.1 trillion (£834bn) into the ailing eurozone economy.
The ECB will buy €60bn bonds each month from banks until the end of September 2016, or even longer, in what is called quantitative easing (QE).
QE in theory increases the supply of money, something that keeps interest rates low and encourages borrowing and therefore spending.
The news sent the euro to an 11-year low against the against the US dollar.
The gap between economies in northern and southern English cities has dramatically widened in 10 years.
A study by the Centre for Cities says for every 12 jobs created since 2004 in southern cities, only one was created in cities elsewhere.
It said overall growth had been mainly driven by southern English cities, but big Scottish cities had grown well.
In 2007 the Labour government set a target for 240,000 homes to be built a year by 2016. The UK is nowhere near that. Why?
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