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    The Jew of Malta, Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon — review

    “How sweet the bells ring now the nuns are dead!” Christopher Marlowe’s protagonist Barabas is not exactly sweetness andIan Shuttleworth

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    UK Muslims to have first national radio station

    Fourteen new national radio stations are to be launched in the UK next year, including the first dedicated station forRobert Cookson, Digital Media Correspondent

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    Education minister calls for all-women Tory shortlists

    Nicky Morgan wants at least 30 per cent of Conservative MPs to be women and believes David Cameron should look at “all andElizabeth Rigby

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    BlackBerry posts lowest quarterly revenues in 8 years

    BlackBerry posted its lowest quarterly revenue in more than eight years on Friday, as the Canadian smartphone makerDavid Crow, New York

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    China’s Cnooc shelves shale project

    China National Offshore Oil Corp (Cnooc) has decided to shelve its shale gas project in Anhui province in the latest signLucy Hornby

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    Slow death of equity markets is bad news

    I interviewed James Anderson, the lead manager of the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust, last week. The trust (which I holdMerryn Somerset Webb

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    Too much excitement for all concerned

    One of my more exciting weeks as a journalist was spent covering the G7 and World Bank meetings in Hong Kong in the autumnJonathan Eley

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    Avoid losses in race to the bottom

    There is a race to the bottom in currency markets. Just when many thought interest rates could go no lower, they do justJohn Redwood

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    Saudi air strikes on Yemen continue as president flies to Riyadh

    Saudi-led coalition planes carried out a second night of air strikes on key military installations in Yemen as Abd-RabbuPeter Salisbury

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    Ireland rolls out the green carpet for Polish immigrants

    As a biting wind whipped around the almost empty stands of a sports ground in central Dublin, the Poles almost beat theVincent Boland, Dublin

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