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    Labour backs SNP over disputed university reform

    Labour has backed Scottish National party proposals for a shake-up of governance in the higher education sector thatMure Dickie in Edinburgh

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    Fed survey sees growth return to US economy

    Growth seems to have returned to the US economy over the past two months albeit at a “modest to moderate pace” and with aShawn Donnan in Washington

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    Investment: Revaluing commodities

    The Big Read: Commodity investment Commodities “couldn’t be hated more”, said the publicity for an investment conference inGregory Meyer and John Authers

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    Huge fines loom for environmental offenders

    Large companies should expect to face multimillion pound fines akin to those imposed in the financial services sector ifJane Croft

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    Pressure on Osborne rises over pace of cuts

    Pressure mounted on George Osborne on Wednesday to ease back on the pace of austerity when an international organisationChris Giles and George Parker

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    Areva and EDF to merge reactor businesses

    The French government has ordered nuclear groups Areva and EDF to merge their reactor businesses into a joint ventureMichael Stothard in Paris

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    Ali Smith wins Baileys fiction prize

    British author Ali Smith has won the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction for her novel How to be Both . The announcement, madeNeville Hawcock

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    The unhealthily high price of cancer drugs

    If the worst happens, there is one comfort: this is the best time in history to contract cancer. You stand a better chanceJohn Gapper

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    Labour presses Cameron to refuse £7,000 pay rise

    Pressure is growing on the UK prime minister to refuse the proposed 10 per cent pay rise for MPs after a string of seniorElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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    FBI probes awarding of Russia and Qatar World Cup tournaments

    The FBI is investigating how Russia and Qatar were awarded the 2018 and 2022 World Cup tournaments as part of its expandingSimeon Kerr in Dubai, Jack Farchy in Moscow, Kara Scannell in New York and Roger Blitz in London

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