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In the papers today - 28 November

A rival structure is set to rival the Eiffel Tower for domination of the Paris skyline.
by 2012 a 300m tall tower called La Phare (the lighthouse) is to be built just west of Paris and stands only 20m shorter than Gustav Eiffel's tower - The IndependentThe government plans to invite fresh bids for the East Coast main line railway, as the train operator is struggling to meet the terms of its £1.3bn franchise - The GuardianThe European Commission will tomorrow demand that EC countries slash their proposed carbon dioxide emission allowances for industry by more than 10%. The action is a response to EU member's failure to cut emissions by more than 1% since 1990. the target for reduction is 8% by 2012 - The GuardianEurotunnel staved off liquidation yesterday after narrowly winning approval from creditors for a debt restructuring plan - The GuardianNuclear waste is piling up in the UK and the amount has soared by 50% in the past decade. Goverment figures this week confirmed that there is currently 105,190 cubic metres of waste in the UK - The Telegraph

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