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    Benefits of drive to cut red tape overstated, says auditor

    Ministers are overstating the business benefits of their drive to cut red tape, according to an independent advisory bodySarah Gordon, Business Editor

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    Commons refit could cost £3bn, says Speaker

    The House of Commons may have to move out of its Gothic home by the river Thames to allow for refurbishment works, JohnGeorge Parker

  3. The yearly Mobile World Congress in Barcelona has never been ...
    March 2, 2015

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    11:44PM

    Is the smartphone era ending?

    The yearly Mobile World Congress in Barcelona has never been busier, but the FT's Dan Thomas says there is unease as the0secs

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    11:16PM

    Distinctive Living: Lessons in Britishness

    The first part of the Distinctive Living series, Lessons in Britishness, in an interactive multimedia format, automatically

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    10:55PM

    Lobbyists corrode good government

    Sir, I suppose one has to be a lobbyist or, like Phil Morgan (Letters, February 27), an apologist for them, to find anything

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    A ruse familiar to all intelligence services and readers of Graham Greene

    Sir, I look forward to following Sir Malcolm Rifkind’s new career outside politics. As a former intelligence officer in SIS

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    10:55PM

    Europe must understand the risk of stranded assets

    Sir, Europe’s new energy security strategy to diversify gas imports away from Russia via Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and

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    10:55PM

    US shale production gains set to continue

    Sir, Alan Greenspan’s excellent summation of the geopolitical and economic implications of the collapse in oil prices, and

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    10:54PM

    Private housebuilders hold all the good cards

    Sir, Lord Rogers’ observations (Letters, February 27) about the housing shortage in London are spot on, as one might expect.

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    10:54PM

    Micro-enterprises’ access to finance is simply too limited

    Sir, Michael Sherwood and Richard Gnodde of Goldman Sachs International (“A ‘big bang’ to expand the European economy”,

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