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28th November, 2011
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* Government seeks legal advice over Civil Service pension cuts. Budget also expected to bring increase in cost of motor tax.

* Berlin minister denies Berlin plans coalition of stable states.

* Global powers must lead way in new climate deal, says EU.

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