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To some people, the future will always be behind them. Rarely, however, has such gloom covered most of the western world atEdward Luce
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When Pedro Sánchez took over the leadership of Spain’s venerable Socialist Workers’ party in July, he appeared to beTobias Buck in Madrid
John Rishton, chief executive of Rolls-Royce, pledged greater openness with investors in a bid to restore relations with aPeggy Hollinger, Industry Editor
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