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    Oil rout would have wrecked an independent Scotland’s finances

    Scotland’s North Sea revenues would have slumped to just one-fifth of Holyrood’s preferred forecasts in its first year ofChris Giles, Economics Editor

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    Jörg Widmann’s Trauermarsch for Piano and Orchestra, Philharmonie, Berlin — review

    A piano soliloquy evoking Schumann ceded to a procession of dry string attacks and inescapable cacophony, a power struggleRebecca Schmid

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    Thompson Family, Kings Place, London — review

    Family Christmases can often be tense. Many people probably have to spend them with their father, their nephew, theirDavid Honigmann

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    Un ballo in maschera, Royal Opera House, London — review

    As 2014 comes to a close, here is one last nod to the first world war. It might seem impossible to make any connectionRichard Fairman

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    Long war of cash and handshakes begins

    It is set to be one of the toughest presidential races, and certainly its most expensive. With 687 days to go to electionMegan Murphy in Washington

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    Israeli billionaire fails to silence critic over mine deal

    An Israeli diamond billionaire is facing defeat in an audacious attempt to use data protection laws to stifle one of hisHenry Mance

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    House prices falling in a third of UK, study shows

    House prices are falling in almost a third of the UK’s local housing markets, according to research findings that suggestKate Allen, Property Correspondent

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    Sweden’s snap election turns up heat under immigration rhetoric

    Einstein is being invoked these days in Stockholm. His probably apocryphal saying that insanity is doing the same thingRichard Milne in Stockholm

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    Clipstone diverts to Channel Islands exchange

    Clipstone, a logistics real estate investment trust, has raised £40m through a flotation on the Channel Island’s StockJosephine Cumbo

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    Egypt and Qatar inch towards detente after Saudi-brokered talks

    President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said Egypt “looked forward to turning the page on past differences” with Qatar followingBy Heba Saleh in Cairo

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