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Nigeria was poised on Tuesday to record one of the most significant political events on the continent since the 1994William Wallis in Lagos
Hundreds of retail investors holding special high-income bonds in Lloyds Banking Group have succeeded in taking the bank toEmma Dunkley
The world’s largest oil and gas groups shed more than a billion barrels of reserves in 2014, the sharpest decline in atChristopher Adams, Energy Editor
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Conservative plans to cut borrowing more quickly than their political rivals would slow the recovery a little, but makeChris Giles, Economics Editor
When the Glasgow School of Art caught fire in May last year, pictures of the smoke billowing through the roof were carriedEdwin Heathcote
The Greek state is once again running out of cash, and this time there may be no rescue. Martin Wolf, chief economics4m 6secs
Ed Miliband has no constitutional right to the first attempt at forming a government, even if Labour is the biggest party inGeorge Parker, Political Editor
Politicians won't start telling the truth during election campaigns until the public and media stop punishing them for doing3m 11secs
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