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    Barack Obama’s halfhearted swipe at tax inversion

    Having over the summer tried empty threats and vain appeals to the “economic patriotism” of corporate bosses, the White By

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    Ed Miliband fails to present a blueprint for Britain

    Ed Miliband could be Britain’s next prime minister. With eight months left before the UK goes to the polls, the Labour By

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    Deloitte’s revenues boosted by consulting growth

    Double-digit growth in Deloitte’s consulting division helped the professional services firm boost aggregate revenues 6.5 per By Harriet Agnew, City Correspondent

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    Labour outlines plan to raise £1.2bn a year from mansion tax

    More than 100,000 owners of valuable homes – mostly in London – would have to pay on average nearly £1,000 a month in By Jim Pickard and Vanessa Houlder

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    Ed Miliband's keynote speech

    Charlie Bibby/FT Ed Miliband, Leader of the Labour party, delivers his keynote speech at the Labour party conference in Marcus Cotton

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    Afghanistan's power sharing deal

    Afghanistan’s two presidential candidates have agreed to share power, drawing a line under a contested election that has 10m 5secs

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    Barack Obama faces battle on legality of Syria air strikes

    Boosted by the help of five Arab nations in Monday night’s air strikes, President Barack Obama plans to use the UN meetings By Geoff Dyer in Washington

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    Amazon looks to launch in Netherlands

    Amazon is looking to launch in the Netherlands after it emerged that the company is in negotiations with a number of Dutch By Duncan Robinson 

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    Clean growth is a safe bet in the climate casino

    T he debate on action over climate change is stuck. Despite copious words and many international conferences, including a UN By Martin Wolf

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    Tesco shareholders shift focus to chairman after profits overstatement

    Shareholder attitudes have hardened against Sir Richard Broadbent, chairman of Tesco, one day after the company revealed By David Oakley and Andrea Felsted

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