England defeated France 23-13 to remain the only unbeaten team in European rugby’s Six Nations Championship.
United Utilities Plc and Severn Trent Plc, Britain’s biggest publicly traded water companies, are increasingly feeding human waste into tanks of bacteria whose methane emissions generate electricity.
The dollar is likely to remain weak for the next two to three years as U.S. consumers and businesses pay down their debts, reducing demand for credit and weighing on the economy, according to UBS Global Asset Management.
Britain’s financial regulator tripled the amount of fines it levied to a record high 97 million pounds ($159 million) for the fiscal year ended in March, a London law firm said.
Wales rugby coach Warren Gatland made five changes to the team to play world champion New Zealand in Cardiff next weekend
Wales made one starting change for its Rugby World Cup semifinal against France on Oct. 15, choosing James Hook at fly-half after Rhys Priestland was ruled out with a shoulder injury.
The following is a roundup of stories from the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.
France rebounded from back-to-back losses to defeat England 19-12 and reach its fifth straight Rugby World Cup semifinal, where it will face Wales.
Wales coach Warren Gatland named the following team to play Australia in the Rugby World Cup third- place playoff on Oct. 21 at Eden Park, Auckland:
The U.K. Financial Services Authority fined firms at least 88.4 million pounds ($137.3 million) this year, more than doubling its previous record set in 2009.
"It's about controlling our costs and ultimately delivering value to our customers and it's about doing the right thing for the environment and the U.K. in terms of renewables and carbon reduction."
- Jonathan Davies on Feb 19, 2013