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Spanish train crash, UK growth and Archbishop takes on payday lender–our pick of the morning's headlines

By Prospect Team  

Archbishop Welby is taking on payday lender Wonga (Image: Catholic Church England & Wales)

A train crash near the Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela last night is reported to have killed almost 80 people, with a further 131 people injured. The accident is the worst Spain has seen for 40 years. Four people have died in hospital at the time of writing, with a spokeswoman for the central government in the north western region of Galicia warning that the death toll may rise further still.…

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