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An England Rugby World Cup exit could have knock-on effect for stock market

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

As the Aussies await Chris Robshaw’s men, investors have been warned that a loss could mean £3bn wiped off share prices

Stock market investors, already battered by the worst quarter since the depths of the eurozone crisis, now face a make-or-break England rugby fixture that could wipe billions off share prices.

If England are eliminated from the Rugby World Cup by Australia on Saturday, about £3bn is likely to be knocked off the stock market when trading resumes on Monday, according to an academic at London Business School.

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The housing crisis is by no means a myth | Letters

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

Simon Jenkins (Crisis? What housing crisis?, 1 October) is mistaken on a number of points. The housing crisis is very real: we see the worst effects of it every day, and not just in London. Since 2010, all forms of homelessness in England have risen. Rough sleeping has increased by 55%, while thousands are forced to live in precarious and dangerous conditions just to keep a roof over their heads. If this isn’t a crisis, what is?

Private renting in England is failing to provide people with homes that are decent, safe, secure and affordable. Too many people are living in appalling conditions – almost a third of privately rented homes fail to meet the government’s decent homes standard. Compared to other parts of western Europe, tenants in England have very little security. Many can be evicted from their homes with little notice and with no duty on the landlord to prove they are at fault.

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Scottish ministers delay awarding water contract to English company

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

SNP have ‘got themselves into a mess’ says Labour, after decision on £350m contract is postponed for third time this year as Anglian Water waits in wings

Scottish ministers have again postponed a decision on awarding a £350m contract to supply water to Scotland’s schools, hospitals and jails after it emerged that an English utility company, Anglian Water, was poised to win it.

The Scottish government delayed the decision for the third time this year, until 31 December, saying on Thursday there were additional questions for bidders to address.

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