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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
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
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
Peel back the onion layers of uncertainty around Britain’s election on Thursday, and another doubt emerges. The first of the
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
The news that the passive Vanguard Total Bond Market Index has overtaken the total assets of Pimco’s Total Return Fund, longJohn Authers
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
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
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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