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Government by announcement is now characteristic of British politics. The goal is to make statements that will receive By John Kay
Distraught at the result before me, I raged against the machine. The supermarket’s self-checkout had erroneously registered By Lisa Pollack
Muhammed Muheisen/AP An Afghan refugee girl washes a bed in a polluted stream, in a poor neighborhood on the outskirts of Jamie Han
Murad Sezer/Reuters Syrian Kurdish refugees sleep in a field where they spent overnight near Mursitpinar border crossing in Annabel Cook
Virgin Media has called on the UK telecoms regulator Ofcom to launch a competition inquiry into the escalating cost of By Henry Mance and Daniel Thomas
The German government has been working hard to persuade a reluctant public to back a bigger role on the world stage for its By Stefan Wagstyl in Berlin
Hong Kong’s main stock index fell to a three-month low on Tuesday, as pro-democracy demonstrators continued to oppose By Josh Noble in Hong Kong and Michael Hunter in London
Serbia’s prime minister has criticised his country’s culture of state handouts and its bloated public sector, vowing to Andrew MacDowall
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Pakistan expects to raise at least $2bn by March next year through the international sale of shares in Pakistani energy and By Farhan Bokhari in Islamabad
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