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Artist or CreatorChristian Adams
Title or CaptionOldest signs of life found
Extent1 item
Published byDaily Telegraph
Date14 Nov 2013
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptgrowth
Person DepictedOsborne; George (1971-)
Carney; Mark (1965-)
NotesNews: "Scientists have discovered "possibly the earliest signs of life on Earth" in Australia. Evidence of bacteria almost three-and-a-half billion years old was found in rocks in the remote north-western Pilbara region. (Australia) .... " Daily Telegraph
News: "Britain is enjoying "one of the strongest recoveries in the advanced world", the Governor of the Bank of England has said. Mark Carney said that after years of weak growth and economic uncertainty, the recovery has "finally taken hold". "For the first time in a long time you don't have to be an optimist to see the glass is half full. The recovery has finally taken hold," he said. "We have one of the strongest recoveries in the advanced world." Mr Carney spoke as the Bank raised its forecasts for economic growth and suggested that it could start raising interest rates more quickly than expected, perhaps even before the general election due in 2015. ... " James Kirkup, Daily Telegraph
Subjectseconomic recovery
growth
Bank of England
Conservative Party
Chancellor of the Exchequer
excavations
evolution
Copyright contact detailssyndication@telegraph.co.uk
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