News Headlines - 21 September 2013

Ed Miliband: I'm bringing socialism back to Britain - Telegraph

Ed Miliband has said he is "bringing back socialism" to Britain as he unveiled new plans to strengthen the minimum wage ahead of the Labour Party conference.

Nigel Farage rules out pact with Tories before next election - Telegraph

Nigel Farage has rejected the prospect of launching an electoral pact with the Conservatives before the next general election, stating that the two parties are "diametrically opposed" on key issues.

Energy bills set to soar again 'within weeks' as Big Six prepare to pile on winter misery - Mirror Online

Energy giants are lining up to land millions of customers with inflation-busting price rises before winter. Suppliers are understood to be preparing to unleash hefty bill increases within weeks, adding to a “cost of living crisis” for many households.

Yes, it's misogynistic and violent, but I still admire Grand Theft Auto | The Observer

The world's most successful video game has, once again, pushed women to the margins. It's time that it faced proper critical scrutiny

BBC Sport - Jose Mourinho taunts critics as Chelsea top Premier League

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho mocked his critics after a first win in three Premier League games moved the Blues top of the table on goal difference.








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