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Palestinian workers remove iron from the rubble of a building that was destroyed during the 50-day war between Israel andJamie Han
David Cameron has ordered an overhaul of the way the government promotes exports, raising speculation of job cuts at theGeorge Parker and Elizabeth Rigby
The sharing economy is turning out to be many things. They include: a way to turn more areas of human existence into ad hocRichard Waters
The Scottish National party has mocked the government over its proposals to give English MPs a veto over laws affecting onlyKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent
David Cameron has never been slow to point out the danger posed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or Isis,
Ryanair and Hertz have become embroiled in a legal spat after the breakdown of an agreement between the travel heavyweightsVincent Boland in Dublin
Silicon Valley is in love with “disruption” — ideas and practices that subvert the established order. So here’s one: howHelen Lewis
Fiat Chrysler put its own customers and other drivers at risk by being too slow to notify drivers about faults and failingBarney Jopson in Washington and Robert Wright in New York
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