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Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister, won backing from his radical Syriza party to conclude a bailout deal in the faceBy Kerin Hope in Athens
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Drew Greenblatt surveys the shop floor of his small factory in a down-at-heel district of Baltimore, Maryland, where twoSam Fleming and Chris Giles
A review by UK policy makers is set to conclude that the prohibition on equity-market manipulation should be extended toCaroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent
The Conservative chief whip has told ministers to limit their travel plans for the first few months of the parliament toKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent
Care UK, the private equity owned healthcare company, is in final stage talks to sell its community nursing division as partGill Plimmer
The country’s top trade union official has warned that the campaign to stay in the EU would be destabilised if UK workers’Sarah Gordon
David Cameron’s acknowledgement that he was not greeted with a “wall of love” at last week’s EU summit demonstrated a flairGideon Rachman
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