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Monday newspaper round-up: Scottish oil, HSBC, US army

Mon 2nd Mar 15, 06:47:01

The Scottish oil industry desperately need state support to prevent drilling fields from becoming uneconomic prematurely abandoned, Gordon Brown told The Guardian.

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Sunday newspaper round-up: Opec, HSBC, Afren bid battle

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Sunday share tips: Carillion, Cineworld, Travis Perkins

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Tuition fees would drop to £6,000 under Labour

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