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More than 30 firefighters tackled two suspected arson attacks which caused extensive damage to an office block and a building in Manchester.

Crews attended a blaze in a derelict building on Oldham Road in Miles Platting at 0500 BST on Sunday.

Ten minutes later there was another blaze at an empty office block on Wharfside Way in Trafford Park.

No one was injured in the fires. Both incidents are under investigation, but are not believed to be connected.

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Insurers will want to start looking at debt levels and negative equity, and start charging a premium where they find it, especially at problem levels ...

Then they can drive honest-but-cashstrapped clients to bankruptcy.

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Two houses in south Belfast have been damaged in separate suspected arson attacks, the police have said.

The kitchen of a house in Carmel Street was badly damaged after rubbish was set on fire near the back door on Saturday night.

The kitchen of another house on Rugby Avenue was also severely damaged in a fire on Sunday.

Both houses were unoccupied at the time of the fires

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It would be interesting to see a chart of fire incidents in commercial, industrial property and new build projects plotted against GDP.

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