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Murdoch's new Sky bid should be probed, UK opposition politicians say

Britain's Business Secretary Vince Cable talks during his keynote speech on the second day of Liberal Democrat party's spring conference in LiverpoolRupert Murdoch's new takeover approach for British pay-TV firm Sky should be investigated by the UK's competition authorities, according to opposition politicians, though analysts said a deal should be easier to get through this time round. Liberal Democrat Vince Cable, who was Britain's business secretary at the time of Murdoch's first bid in 2010-11 told BBC radio the media tycoon's new takeover attempt would not be in the public interest. Cable referred Murdoch's original bid to regulator Ofcom and said his latest offer should face the same scrutiny.




OPEC, non-OPEC agree first global oil pact since 2001

Russia's Energy Minister Novak, OPEC President al-Sada and Saudi Arabia's energy minister al-Falih address a news conference after a meeting in ViennaOPEC and non-OPEC producers on Saturday reached their first deal since 2001 to curtail oil output jointly and ease a global glut after more than two years of low prices that overstretched many budgets and spurred unrest in some countries. With the deal finally signed after almost a year of arguing within the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and mistrust in the willingness of non-OPEC Russia to play ball, the market's focus will now switch to compliance with the agreement. OPEC has a long history of cheating on output quotas.