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    Plan to boost number of GPs

    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

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    Fresh blow to UK fracking as MPs call for moratorium

    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

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    David Cameron to renew pledge to cut taxes

    David Cameron will on Monday commit a future Conservative government to tax cuts, claiming that middle Britain needs to beGeorge Parker, Political Editor

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    Politicians’ promise on euro now hardly worth anything

    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

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    Investment in vaccine has come far too late

    Sir, If ever there were a situation epitomising shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted, it is investing in a

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    Axis-PartnerRe $11bn deal to reshape reinsurance

    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

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    Syriza euphoria after win that shakes Europe

    Hours before Alexis Tsipras claimed victory for his radical left Syriza party in Sunday’s snap general election, the streetKerin Hope in Athens

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    The writing has to be on the wall for economic injustices

    Sir, Your editorial “UK’s labour regulations must stay light and easy” (January 21) identifies a salient problem in today’s

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    To ask ‘will QE work?’ is to miss the point

    Sir, A typical response to the programme of quantitative easing announced by the ECB is to ask whether or not it will work.

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    Know your sunshine from your filly-folly

    Sir, Lex, writing about BHP (January 22), conflates Tristram Shandy’s digressions with his hobby horses. They are, in fact,

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