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In the papers today - Friday 15 September

AWG, the owner of Anglian Water, is in takeover talks with a four-party consortium that includes a Canadian government pension fund, an Australian fund manager and 3i, the UK private equity group. The company is valued at about £2.2bn. Financial Times
Passengers were left stranded On Sunday when an inter-city express train failed to make its scheduled stop because of a 'data error'. People waiting to get off GNER's Edinburgh to York service at Durham watched helplessly as the train passed through the station and were astonished to hear the guard announce: 'If you wanted to alight at Durham, we apologise, as the driver forgot to stop.' - The TelegraphBritain has four years to put in place a 'road map' to ensure a low-carbon economy where petrol stations would be redundant and wind turbines would be a feature of every home by 2050. The first comprehensive account of the measures needed to ensure Britain does its bit to avoid dangerous climate change is published today with a warning that failure to act now will only require more drastic action at a later date. The study by the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research found that the UK needs to cut its carbon dioxide emissions by 70% over the next 30 years - Independent

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