Global house prices hit by credit crunch and Eurozone crisis but the rich are OK

House prices could soon start to fall around the world as a result of the credit crunch and Eurozone crisis, one of the biggest global estate agents has hinted. Knight Frank reckons the average house price edged higher by only 1.5% last year—little more than the margin for error across such a large sample.

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Fuel poverty affects a quarter of UK’s households as bills soar and pay freezes

A quarter of all households in England and Wales have now fallen into fuel poverty following an autumn of steep increases in energy bills and stagnating incomes, the Guardian can reveal.

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Tracking-software maker stirs phone-privacy fears

Little known software installed on millions of smartphones is raising fresh questions about what data are being collected from mobile devices, where it's going and what it is being used for.

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