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  • Ed Miliband has called for an end to what he described as Britain's "rip-off consumer culture", saying that government should crack down on companies levying exorbitant charges for savings, holidays, banking and parking.

    Ed Miliband calls for an end to Britain's 'rip-off consumer culture'

  • Jonathan Tonge, politics professor at Liverpool University, said Cameron's credibility had been damaged at a time when he is striving to fix what he calls Britain's "broken society" following riots and looting in a string of cities last week.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • When an explosion in a mine almost killed him he could not return to mining and instead became a local entertainer, organising what he described as Britain's first disco in 1948.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • But he also acknowledged social problems in what he called Britain's broken society.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Xinhua, the state-run Chinese news agency, for example, endorsed what it called Britain's "U-turn," saying it made a welcome change from China's being hectored about censorship.

    NYT > Home Page

  • WITNEY, England Reuters - Prime Minister David Cameron Monday promised a law and order "fightback" and robust action to mend what he called Britain's broken society after riots and looting last week shocked Britons and tarnished its reputation abroad.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Despite British leaders' supportive stance, the dispatches also reveal - in what some will see as humiliating detail - how US diplomats in London are amused by what they call Britain's

    The Guardian World News

  • He has been called Britain's "most socially inept man", and that's by his wife.

    Can Toby Young's free school succeed?

  • A three-time Booker Prize nominee, in March, Barnes was presented with the biennial David Cohen Prize for Literature, a lifetime achievement award that has been described as the Britain's Nobel Prize for Literature.

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  • Ronan Parke, 12, from Norwich, is the bookmakers' favourite to win the series this weekend and has been described as Britain's answer to the US star Justin Bieber.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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