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Newsround: What Wednesday's papers say

It's a big day for the EU and for Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi. Other stories include Greencore, UBS, US gloom, Doyle hotels and flooding costs.

26th October, 2011
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* Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was fighting to stave off the collapse of his coalition government amid EU demands for concrete economic reforms in time for the summit.

* UBS keeps bonuses in spite of $2.3 billion hit

* Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union has drawn up sweeping proposals for closer integration in the EU and the euro zone.

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