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    Gordon Brown rules out Labour deal with SNP

    Labour has sought to stave off a threatened rout in Scotland at the hands of the Scottish National party by insisting thereMure Dickie in Edinburgh

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    Former IRA leader murdered in Belfast

    Police in Northern Ireland are investigating the murder of a former senior member of the IRA on a Belfast street in one ofVincent Boland in Dublin

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    The campaign ends, so to the bazaar of a hung parliament

    The UK election campaign is almost over and the political bazaar of a hung parliament is about to begin. Barring a big lateGeorge Parker and Kiran Stacey

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    Election uncertainty takes toll on traders

    Peel back the onion layers of uncertainty around Britain’s election on Thursday, and another doubt emerges. The first of the

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    David Cameron and Ed Miliband eye deals in hung parliament

    David Cameron and Ed Miliband have begun planning for breakneck dealmaking in a hung parliament, as polls suggest that theGeorge Parker, Elizabeth Rigby and Jim Pickard

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    Passive index investing triumphs in bonds

    The news that the passive Vanguard Total Bond Market Index has overtaken the total assets of Pimco’s Total Return Fund, longJohn Authers

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    Netflix challenges AT&T’s $48bn DirecTV deal

    Netflix has warned US regulators that AT&T’s planned $48bn takeover of one of the country’s largest satellite televisionDavid Crow and James Fontanella-Khan in New York, and Barney Jopson in Washington

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    Le Pen drama threatens efforts to rejuvenate far-right party

    Jean-Marie Le Pen’s attempt to steal the show at the National Front’s annual May day rally in Paris was perhaps the strawAnne-Sylvaine Chassany and Michael Stothard in Paris

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    Brazilian regulator probes former Petrobras board members

    Guido Mantega, Brazil’s former finance minister, is being investigated by the country’s market regulators for misleadingSamantha Pearson in São Paulo

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    7:23PM

    EU calls for global investment court

    The EU has called for the establishment of a global arbitration court to hear disputes between foreign investors andShawn Donnan, World Trade Editor

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