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Regions to get £6bn funding boost

Regions to get £6bn funding boost - The government announces £6bn of funding for local governments designed to boost local economies. [BBC Business]

Jihadists' assets frozen by Treasury

Jihadists' assets frozen by Treasury - Two men from Cardiff who have joined a jihadists group in Syria have their assets frozen by the UK government. [BBC Politics]

Barclays apologises to cardholders

Barclays apologises to cardholders - Barclays bank apologises to its customers after they complained on social media site Twitter about being unable to withdraw cash from cash machines. [BBC Business]

Share of fuel duty 'could fix roads'

Share of fuel duty 'could fix roads' - The government should spend £1bn a year of the money it collects from fuel duty to fix potholes and roads in England and Wales, the body that represents councils says. [BBC Business]

NHS plan 'a recipe for disaster'

NHS plan 'a recipe for disaster' - Cutting back on hospital services in England before community services are geared up to provide care is a "recipe for disaster", MPs say. [BBC Health]

Homemovers 'open to ID theft threat'

Homemovers 'open to ID theft threat' - Many people moving home are putting themselves at risk of ID fraud by failing to tell their financial service providers their new address, according to Royal Mail. [BBC Business]

Mental health cuts 'affect children'

Mental health cuts 'affect children' - Cuts in mental health services for children in England amount to a national crisis with tragic consequences, a leading charity says. [BBC Health]

Bank surprised by rate rise forecasts

Bank surprised by rate rise forecasts - Bank of England policymakers have suggested a rise in interest rates this year is more likely than expected, the minutes of their June meeting have shown. [BBC Business]

Licensed to print money

Licensed to print money - The firm with the licence to print money [BBC Business]

NHS scan and test delays 'worrying'

NHS scan and test delays 'worrying' - Health charities call for urgent action to tackle delays in access to diagnostic tests in England, although NHS England says most patients are investigated promptly. [BBC Health]

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