Thursday, 25 September 2008

Newspapers : 25th September

Path to power curbed for privileged pupils. Charles Bremner, The Times (en)
Medvedev says Kremlin must ease grip on power. The FT (en)
Sarkozy risks anger on budget. Ben Hall, The FT (en)
Danes scramble to rescue lenders. Robert Anderson, The FT (en)
Global storms darken mood in eurozone. Ralph Atkins, The FT (en)

Turkey’s nuclear tender falls flat. Delphine Strauss, The Ft (en)
"Turkey suffered a setback in its efforts to reduce a costly dependence on energy imports on Wednesday, receiving just one bid in a tender to build the country’s first nuclear power plant ... The only proposal submitted by Wednesday’s deadline came from a consortium led by Russia’s Atomstroyexport and Inter Rao, together with Turkey’s Park Teknik Group."

The answer to the great speech riddle. Matthew Parris, The Times (en)
" ... Most of the media corps massed in Manchester on Tuesday, and most Labour delegates, reported seeing Gordon Brown make “the speech of his life”. And most of the rest of Britain reported hearing the same old pap that politicians always spout: totally forgettable.

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