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Reuters UK - Top News Afternoon Edition: Cameron says euro zone crisis has "chilling effect"

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LATEST NEWS Cameron says euro zone crisis has "chilling effect" LONDON (Reuters) - The crisis in the euro zone is having a "chilling effect" on the British economy, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday, as he set out a 400 million pound plan to help boost the housebuilding sector. | Full Article Debt jitters drive FTSE sharply lower 21 NOV 2011 09:45 GMT LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top shares sank to six-week lows on Monday as a U.S. committee looked set to miss a deficit reduction deadline and a ratings agency warning on France compounded worries about the euro zone debt crisis. | Full Article Protesters confront police as Egypt clashes enter third day 21 NOV 2011 10:39 GMT CAIRO (Reuters) - Protesters demanding Egypt's ruling generals hand over power beat back a new police raid to evict them from Cairo's central Tahrir Square on Monday, witnesses said. | Full Article Lloyds back-up plan

Reuters UK - Top News Afternoon Edition: New Italian, Greek governments race to limit damage

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LATEST NEWS New Italian, Greek governments race to limit damage ROME/ATHENS (Reuters) - Technocrat leaders in Italy and Greece rushed to form governments as they sought to limit the damage from the euro zone debt crisis on Monday, and the euro climbed on relief that a key Italian bond auction drew decent demand from investors. | Full Article Obama to China - Behave like "grown up" economy 14 NOV 2011 09:14 GMT HONOLULU (Reuters) - President Barack Obama served notice on Sunday that the United States was fed up with China's trade and currency practices as he turned up the heat on America's biggest economic rival. | Full Article All major economies headed for slowdowns - OECD 14 NOV 2011 11:02 GMT PARIS (Reuters) - None of the world's major economies will escape a slowdown, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said on Monday, highlighting increasing signs that growth momentum is dwindling acro