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A Bangladeshi blogger who criticised Islamist extremism was hacked to death on Monday by attackers, said by police to beVictor Mallet and Joseph Allchin in Dhaka
Staff at Windsor Castle are to be balloted for industrial action over pay and could refuse to carry out unpaid duties suchBarney Thompson
The last time Labour lost a seat in Glasgow at a general electionwas in 1983. At this election, bookmakers forecast theyKiran Stacey, Glasgow
Charges on about £10bn worth of pension savings held in expensive legacy pensions are to be cut to 0.75 per cent under aJosephine Cumbo, Pension Correspondent
Online luxury retailers Yoox and Net-a-Porter may announce a deal to merge their operations as early as Tuesday, in theBy Rachel Sanderson in Milan
McCarthy & Stone saw first-half pre-tax profits soar 76 per cent to £32m as the UK’s largest housebuilder for older peopleElizabeth Paton
Compass, the catering company that feeds workers at Amazon, Twitter and T-Mobile, is expected to dish up “another year ofTanya Powley
Banks are waging a fierce lobbying campaign against a consumer watchdog established by Elizabeth Warren, the crusadingBarney Jopson in Washington
The EU is updating its security strategy, a text adopted in 2003 that brimmed with confidence about the bloc’s achievementsTony Barber
Scan the financial horizon of late and you might come away with two impressions. First, that the world is about to end. LastPatrick Jenkins, London
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