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    Morrisons rises on index relegation reprieve

    Wm Morrison was among the biggest gainers on Wednesday after narrowly avoiding relegation from the FTSE 100. The supermarketBryce Elder

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    Sophos: backing Britain

    If you were a private equity business looking to sell a UK technology investment, how would you go about it? You might put

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    Amadeus: book ’em

    Lufthansa, like many good companies, wants the middlemen out of its distribution chain. On Wednesday it announced a €16 fee

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    Fresh fighting erupts around Donetsk

    Dozens of people were reportedly killed or injured around the separatist-held city of Donetsk on Wednesday, in one of theRoman Olearchyk in Kiev, Courtney Weaver in Moscow and Alex Barker in Brussels

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    Cameron faced with directly imposing welfare cuts on Belfast

    David Cameron is facing the prospect of having to impose welfare reform on Northern Ireland directly from London followingVincent Boland in Dublin

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    Getting synchronized

    Team Indonesia start their routine in their Team Technical and Free Routine synchronized swimming finals at the SoutheastJamie Han

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    Wendy’s wins over investors with buyback

    Investors gobbled up shares of Wendy’s on Wednesday. Shares in the fast-food chain soared to a seven-and-a-half year highBy Pan Kwan Yuk

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    5:43PM

    Electronic music pioneer Morton Subotnick — interview

    During the 1960s, American music became fixated on the groove. The metric pulse of boogaloo rhythms, rock beats and jazzPhilip Clark

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    Il trittico, Opera Holland Park, London — review

    Usually, performances at Opera Holland Park are accompanied by the offstage screeching of peacocks. This year visitors wereRichard Fairman

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    La Belle Hélène, Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris — review

    Back in 2000, the Châtelet scored a big hit with Laurent Pelly’s staging of one of Offenbach’s most popular works. It hadFrancis Carlin

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