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    Tories suffer another defection to Ukip

    Ukip’s attempt to undermine the Conservative Conference continued on Tuesday as Boris Johnson’s former deputy as London By Jim Pickard and Elizabeth Rigby

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    Extracts of interviews between Apple tax advisers and Irish Revenue

    The following excerpts, published by the European Commission, are from notes of interviews between Apple’s tax advisers and By

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    Jean-Claude Juncker’s pack of jokers invites a reshuffle

    When Jean-Claude Juncker, president-elect of the European Commission, announced his proposed line-up of his team for the By Philippe Lamberts

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    UK economy 2.7% ahead of pre-crisis peak

    Britain’s economy was 2.7 per cent larger than its pre-crisis peak in the second quarter of this year having regained the By Chris Giles, Economics Editor

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    Wonga profits halved in wake of compensation costs and crackdown

    Wonga, the UK’s largest quick credit provider, has reported a 53 per cent fall in full-year pre-tax profits as regulators By Emma Dunkley and Claer Barrett

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    The (early) Lunch Wrap

    Good morning New York, FT ALPHAVILLE Cardif has a look at disinflation and some of the global non-policy forces that might Dan McCrum

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    Hyundai reaches wage deal with union

    Hyundai Motor said it had reached a tentative wage deal with its labour union after months of negotiations, potentially By Song Jung-a in Seoul 

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    US court holds Argentina in contempt over bond payment plans

    Argentina’s holdout creditors won a symbolic victory on Monday night after a US judge found the country in contempt of court By John Paul Rathbone in London

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    The EU versus Apple & Ireland

    In the light of the foregoing considerations, the Commission’s preliminary view is that the tax ruling of 1990 (effectively FT Alphaville

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    America can only beat Isis by spending more on defence

    President Barack Obama has responded to the horrible actions by the forces of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant By Martin Feldstein

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