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News stand - What the papers say

New analysis of US government funded satellite data has provided compelling new evidence for the existence of global warming. The data shows that temperatures in the troposphere, the lowest level of the atmosphere, are rising as predicted in major models of climate change.

Is one taking the 7.21 service to Norwich or the 7.20 One Service to Norwich?

Passengers using services to East Anglia have been confused since Anglian Railways, Great Eastern, West Anglia and Stansted Express train companies were united under the name, 'One'. After passengers complained, announcers will drop the name and say simply: 'The 7.20 to Norwich is leaving.'

As an anti-terrorist measure, secretary of state for trade and industry Patricia Hewitt has confirmed that British Energy (BE) cannot sell its power stations and no one company can take control of BE without government permission. Shares in BE tumbled last week as the company repeated its warning that it could end up in administration if restructuring fails to revive the company's fortunes.

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