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Morning Headlines 31/08/2015

Morning Headlines 31/08/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Allianz and Borealis Infrastructure eye London City Airport – source (Reuters) 
  2. Toshiba to sell Topcon shares for 50-60 billion yen (Reuters) 
  3. Osborne announces £500m for Faslane and says Corbyn threatens UK security (The Guardian) 
  4. Jeremy Corbyn said Osama bin Laden should have been tried, not killed (The Guardian) 
  5. Oscar Pistorius’s cell ‘raided by prison guards’ over links to crime boss (The Telegraph) 
  6. French ferry workers blockade Calais (The Telegraph) 
  7. Indian sisters to be raped as ‘punishment’ (The Telegraph) 
  8. Citigroup braces for world recession, calls for Corbynomics QE in China (The Telegraph) 
  9. British Airways in landmark pensions case (The FT) 
  10. IAG chief raises fears on airlines’ costs (The FT) 
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