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Elsewhere on Wednesday:-- A failed attempt to bring activism to securitisation.-- A profile of Sajid Javid, the previous incarnation.-- The backlash against a bill to raise congressional pay.-- Radiohead foil attempted blackmail.-- Unconventional thinking about monetary policies.-- Google (arguably) makes .7bn from news.-- The South's economy is falling behind.-- A London university is in trouble. -- Children under five at risk of internet addiction.-- China loosens bond restrictions. Copyright The Financial Times

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