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Mysterious case of the uncashed cheque

Apr
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In addition, Jessica cannot take up issues when the writer is a third party, other than in exceptional circumstances and cannot respond to e-mails. A full postal address, a signature and daytime telephone number are needed. Please address letters to: Jessica, Your Money, The Daily Telegraph, 111 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 0DT.

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'Mad' council rules means no hope for school speed limits despite speeding cars

Apr
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Clare Perry, 37, of Goldings Crescent, Vange, wants something done about the road as her son River, 13, was hit by a car on the road in 2009 when he was nine. She claims the crash affected his aspergers and may have led to his epilepsy.

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John Chatfeild-Roberts: my favourite funds

Apr
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The Henderson fund invests in a portfolio of investment trusts with UK exposure, and has ongoing charges of 1.5pc.

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Thief removes CCTV camera from pub

Apr
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The offender, who was wearing blue jeans and a black jacket, first targeted the pub at about 4.50am on Wednesday February 26.

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Grand Central: Yellen Testimony Suggests Fed on Course to Taper in March

Apr
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Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen took some of the mystery out of the Fed’s March 18-19 policy meeting with her testimony to the Senate Banking Committee Thursday. The Fed is aware of the soft patch in economic data of late, but it suspects bad weather had something to do with it. Until Fed officials know more, they are unlikely to change their plan reduce bond purchases in $10 billion increments at upcoming policy meetings. This strongly suggests the Fed will announce a cut in the program to $55 billion at the March meeting and then stay tuned to see if the data hold up. It likely would take a major disappointment in the next batch of jobs numbers – released by the Labor Department next Friday — to change that.

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