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In the papers - Thursday, 14 February 2008

British Energy, the nuclear generator trying to position itself as the partner of choice to foreign utilities wanting to construct new plans in Britain, reposted an 18% slump in third-quarter profits yesterday on the back of unexpected reactor closures and reduced electricity prices - The Guardian

Chrime emerger as a balltegrouns in London's mayoral election as the Conservative candidate, Boris Johnson, yesterday pledged to put more police on the capital's transport, punish youngsters who abuse their free travel, and intriduce maps giving a local picture of crime levels - The Guardian

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