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Manchester weather from: Norway Met Office | | B.B.C. | | MetOffice Mobile site
Google UK News gathers many sources together, some of which are respectable and reliable, others clearly have an agenda, so read with care.
Another aggregation site I can link to again (they had a revamp and became unusable, another revamp and I can use them again) is Newsnow which is well worth trawling through.
English newspapers all have a definite political viewpoint, some of them (not linked to here) excessively and unfairly so. Try these:
Reuters. || The Independent and its sibling The Standard ( Standard Archive) (despite its London header carries UK and world news rather well) have differing news coverage and be sure to check the archives sections- excellent. || ITV News || The UK Guardian
This link is to the RSS feed for the BBC UK front page which modern browsers should be able to render for you into a less cluttered page than the BBC news usual html page currently offers.
Always worth a read on technology issues is The
Register -if you have problems, try turning off CSS and hit reload.
The latest computer vulnerabilities from security focus.
This is Money has interesting financial news but their various comparison tables have only the top 20 or so which often tend to be the organisations with lower credit ratings or lacking UK based deposit guarantees. Be aware that the UK deposit guarantee scheme is restricted to the registered owner organisation and not trade names - and some of the less strong organisations use many trade names, often not clearly divulged. Often only one or two providers can occupy all of a table given by this web site! Not good comparison tables.
A further source of information on savings and so on, Money Advice Service and their comparison tables.
CNews Canada ||
China Daily ||
Asahi (Japan) ||
Kuwait Times ||
Khaleej Times (UAE) ||
New Zealand News
from India: The Pioneer || The Hindu || Contra Costa Times USA || Australian news from SBS
Zimbabwe- a weekly letter (new URL Nov2010).
For important background and analysis, some of the more serious magazines make a few of their published articles available online, and some have web only content worth reading. Try these out, and if you like what you read, look for the magazines on magazine stands or buy a subscription.
New Internationalist || New Statesman || Total Politics
Copyright? Intellectual property? Read IPKitten
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