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What the papers say - THE SUNDAY TIMES

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Jarvis chairman Steve Norris and chief executive Alan Lovell have given up a large part of their pay to save the company from collapse. Norris is understood to have agreed to give up a third of his salary and Lovell half of his £450,000 bonus to win over the American institution backing the debt for equity swap that would rescue the firm.

The government is examining a British-designed system for spraying seawater into the air to make clouds whiter. The idea is that they would reflect more radiation away from the earth and slow global warming.

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