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In the papers today - Wednesday 2 May

Attempts to rebuild Britain's city centres are being jeopardised by absentee landlords buying up swathes of new flats, according to development experts
- Financial TimesBest selling US author Bill Bryson is to become the new president of the charity Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE). The writer now lives in Norfolk and his book on the UK Notes from a Small Island was voted as the book that best depicts Enlgish character - The TimesCycling has alomst doubled in London since 2000 but the number of cyclists killed or seriously injured has fallen by more than a quarter according to Transport for London - The Times

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