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LONDON (Reuters) - Former energy minister Chris Huhne and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce were released early from prison on Monday, just two months after being jailed for lying to police about a speeding offence. Sentenced in March to eight months behind bars each, the pair were found guilty of perverting the course of justice by falsely telling police that Pryce rather than Huhne was at the wheel of a vehicle caught speeding on a motorway in 2003. ... More »Jailed former minister Huhne released from prison
Bemused homeowners captured footage of huge swathes of ice edging into their gardens, following 55mph winds overnight on Saturday. More »'It just kept coming': 29ft wall of ice creeps into Canadian back gardens
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Lloyds Banking Group said on Monday that chairman Winfried Bischoff will retire from the post by the middle of next year after overseeing a partial turnaround of the state-rescued British bank. More »Lloyds Banking Group chairman to retire
Departing Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson received a standing ovation after his final match at Old Trafford, and then confirmed Wayne Rooney had requested a transfer. More »Fergie Farewell: Sir Alex's Standing Ovation