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A plan to boost the number of family doctors in the UK has been unveiled by health leaders as the government grapples with aSarah Neville, Public Policy Editor
Britain’s nascent shale gas industry has been dealt a fresh blow by a committee of MPs who have called for a moratorium onJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent
David Cameron will on Monday commit a future Conservative government to tax cuts, claiming that middle Britain needs to beGeorge Parker, Political Editor
Sir, So, we are finally there with the latest move of the ECB! The euro started 15 years ago as a strong currency. As strong
Sir, If ever there were a situation epitomising shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted, it is investing in a
Axis Capital and PartnerRe have agreed an $11bn transaction to combine the two New York-listed insurers, in the clearestAlistair Gray and Arash Massoudi in London and James Fontanella-Khan in New York
Hours before Alexis Tsipras claimed victory for his radical left Syriza party in Sunday’s snap general election, the streetKerin Hope in Athens
Sir, Your editorial “UK’s labour regulations must stay light and easy” (January 21) identifies a salient problem in today’s
Sir, A typical response to the programme of quantitative easing announced by the ECB is to ask whether or not it will work.
Sir, Lex, writing about BHP (January 22), conflates Tristram Shandy’s digressions with his hobby horses. They are, in fact,
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