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    BT joins rivals by increasing prices

    BT will raise prices for its phone and broadband services by up to 6.5 per cent in a move that will increase pressure on By Daniel Thomas, Telecoms Correspondent

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    Buoyant UK housing market aids Aga Rangemaster

    Economic recovery and the buoyant UK housing market lifted half-year sales of the cast iron cookers that have defined By Kate Burgess

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    Modi is totally tuned in and on Indians’ wavelength

    From Mr R Vijayaraghavan. Sir, James Crabtree’s Lunch with Raghuram Rajan and Victor Mallet’s report “Modi issues battle cry

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    France needs a government that encourages free enterprise

    From Mr ​Simon Fletcher. Sir, Nicolas Sarkozy and François Hollande quite rightly come in for a bashing in your editorial

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    A recovery that cannot be sound

    From Mr Harvey Cole. Sir, Professors Kevin Murphy and Robert Topel (“The wages of fear are policies that risk hurting the

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    UK job creation has been driven by quantitative easing

    From Mr John Morley. Sir, The central policy message from University of Chicago economists Kevin Murphy and Robert Topel in

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    Apollo in talks to buy BES insurance arm

    Apollo Global Management, the US private equity fund manager, has entered exclusive negotiations to acquire Portuguese By Anne-Sylvaine Chassany and Alistair Gray in London

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    Unanswered questions on mansion tax

    From Mr Michael Nicholson. Sir, Doubtless the debate about the “mansion tax” (Letters, August 16) has further to run. Its

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    Mansion tax will severely distort the property market

    From Mr William Jack. Sir, Your article “Threatened species” (House & Home, August 9) raised the question again of the

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    Scottish insurers face referendum threat, S&P warns

    The credit ratings of Scottish insurers would be at risk if the country leaves the UK, Standard & Poor’s has warned. The By Alistair Gray, Insurance Correspondent

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