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    Jubilation in Syntagma tinged with fear

    The masses of chanting No supporters flooded into Athens’ Syntagma Square waving flares and red flags, an army againstHenry Foy in Athens

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    Greece votes No — now what?

    Even before the polls closed in Greece, Emmanuel Macron, the French economic minister, insisted that even with a No vote inPeter Spiegel in Brussels

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    Osborne’s pension fund infrastructure plan raises just £1bn

    Nearly four years after George Osborne announced a flagship scheme to persuade pension funds to invest billions of pounds inGill Plimmer

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    No vote widens fissures in society knocked senseless by slump

    August 1914 was a descent into hell. May 1945 was an escape from hell. July 2015, the month of a surreal Greek referendumTony Barber

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    George Osborne will neglect to increase minimum wage in Budget

    George Osborne has reassured companies that they will not be forced to raise wages to offset £12bn of benefit cuts to theGeorge Parker, Political Editor

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    Cameron’s war on tax credits could backfire

    Soon the guessing will be at an end. In this year’s election Britain’s Conservative party campaigned on a programme of

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    The tellingly aggressive boot on BP’s neck

    The US government’s pursuit of BP over the Deepwater Horizon disaster of 2010 finally ended last week, years later than it

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    Osborne’s transformative plan will test political skills

    George Osborne has waited five years for this moment. But as the chancellor prepares his first purely Conservative Budget,George Parker, Political Editor

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    Calling time on China’s credit and stock market party

    Last week the Shanghai Composite index dropped by 12 per cent, bringing the fall since its June peak to almost 30 per cent.George Magnus

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    Greeks deserve more than threats of further hardship

    Last week Jean-Claude Juncker called on Greeks not to “commit suicide because you are afraid of death”. He was dramatising,Nick Malkoutzis

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