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Ed Miliband is resisting pressure from Labour MPs in Scotland to rule out a deal with the Scottish National party after theJim Pickard in London and Mure Dickie in Edinburgh
The Falklands war was in 1982, not 1984 as incorrectly stated in Jeremy Paxman’s Diary column in today’s Life & Arts.
The rout in emerging market currencies accelerated after Friday’s better than expected US jobs report sent the US dollarPan Kwan Yuk in New York
GlaxoSmithKline has dismissed more than 100 staff in China as a result of its internal investigation into the corruptionAndrew Ward, Pharmaceuticals Correspondent
Dialight was among the week’s biggest gainers after its annual results helped support hopes that, following two years ofBryce Elder
David Cameron has promised MPs a free vote on repealing the ban on foxhunting, saying it has “done nothing for animalGeorge Parker
It was a stoop that stole the show: a frail looking woman, bent nearly double. She scuttled along the catwalk, hands thrustsJo Ellison
The US senator Robert Menendez is likely to face corruption charges over allegations that he used his position to do favoursGina Chon and Geoff Dyer in Washington
Inflation in Brazil has hit the highest level in a decade, underlining the multitude of challenges facing the world’sSamantha Pearson in São Paulo
“Chinese lenders were overzealous in funding domestic boondoggles since 2008″ has almost become a mainstream opinion, thanksMatthew C Klein
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