Mosley takes Google to UK High Court

Max Mosley, President of the FIA, photographed at the Sofitel, St. James, this afternoon before an interview with the FT.
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Attempt to block material relating to sadomasochistic sex session

UK court to hear Google ‘internet abuse’ case

Businessman seeks to block defamatory material in search results

Police hit pirate sites with warning ads

City of London force targets copyright infringement

Pressure builds for homes in greenbelt

Population growth and lack of supply forcing change

Rate of personal insolvency rises

Voluntary arrangements reach highest level since 1987

Receivers put £650m Gherkin up for sale

City of London tower was designed by Lord Foster

Politics kept at bay in cheery Glasgow

Scotland’s staging of the Commonwealth Games has been joyful so far, marred little by discord

Lloyds finds it harder to sneer at RBS

Tables turning for banks as Lloyds agrees £226m settlement

Tribunal fees ‘victory’ for bad employers

Trades Union Congress condemns 79% fall in complaints

Shale gas speed-up faces slow progress

Environmental constraints handicap Whitehall’s ambitions

Small businesses attack new HMRC powers

Smaller companies feel ‘unfairly targeted’ by proposals

Labour plan to boost small housebuilders

Bank loan guarantees designed to support creation of 10,000 homes

Big housebuilders’ caution curbs growth

The onus for increasing supply falls on a few operators

Former Riba president MacCormac dies

Architect’s final years blighted by row over BBC headquarters

London employers warn on housing costs

Business warns on SNP minimum wage plan

Scottish National party wants rise at least in line with inflation

Peer-to-peer lending set to hit £1bn mark

Flow of funds doubles in the first half of the year

Ministers set to oppose supermarket tax

Local authorities seek to impose extra rates on large shops

Top UK chairmen back EU renegotiation

Disenchantment with status quo among FTSE 100 groups

Middle East tourists are top shoppers

Kuwaitis lead spending table with Saudis in third place