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    Measure for Measure, Silk Street Theatre, London — review

    What makes a good leader? It’s a question that preoccupies Shakespeare in much of his work, never more so than in thisSarah Hemming

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    Death Of A Comedian, Soho Theatre, London — review

    In some ways, Owen McCafferty’s play revisits the territory of Trevor Griffiths’ 1975 classic Comedians. But where GriffithsIan Shuttleworth

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    La Fille mal gardée, Royal Opera House, London — review

    There may be greater ballets than Frederick Ashton’s La Fille mal gardée, just returned to the Covent Garden repertory, butClement Crisp

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    ‘Hubris’, by Meghnad Desai

    Economists have not had an easy time explaining why they failed to predict the financial crisis. When Queen Elizabeth IIReview by Ferdinando Giugliano, Economics Correspondent

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    Parties form consensus on tax avoidance crackdown

    Business is braced for a slew of new anti-avoidance measures after the UK general election next month as politicians competeVanessa Houlder

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    Vietnam: Profitable return

    Vietnam: 40 years after the fall of Saigon Nguyen Cao Ky Duyen is a star in Communist-ruled Vietnam, but she was once aMichael Peel

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    Minority at Westminster not ideal but workable

    Britain’s reputation for political stability might not survive the year. Of all the likely outcomes of the general election

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    Centre party set for poll win in Finland

    Finland backed a former telecoms entrepreneur as prime minister as voters look to a change in government to help lift theRichard Milne, Nordic Correspondent

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    A cautionary tale of power, votes and second-class shares

    Four years into the downturn that followed the dotcom boom, two computer scientists greeted Wall Street with a brazen offerChristopher Rossbach

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    David Cameron steps into Tullow Oil’s row with Gabon government

    David Cameron has intervened in an escalating row between UK oil companies and the government of Gabon after the petroleumPeggy Hollinger and George Parker

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