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    Brookfield buys into London’s CityPoint

    US investor Brookfield has bought a stake in London’s CityPoint Tower, the latest in a series of recent moves into theKate Allen

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    Akram Khan on the art that moves him

    Best known for blending Indian kathak with contemporary dance, choreographer Akram Khan draws on diverse influences. On the

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    The economic effects of the Obama immigration order

    The first thing to be said about the macroeconomic impact of Obama’s executive order on immigration is that it will be smallCardiff Garcia

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    Obama warns against clash on immigration

    President Barack Obama warned Republicans against letting conflict over his action on immigration become a “deal breaker” onBarney Jopson in Washington

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    Mexican justice: time to deliver

    It was hard to miss the massive demonstrations in Mexico City on Thursday night: tens of thousands of people marched to theJude Webber

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    The precious gift of Homer will set you free

    Sir, Harry Eyres is quite right (“Ancient lessons for modern lives,” Life & Arts, November 8). Last Sunday I read Book VI of

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    Walkie Talkie makes this tower moan all a bit rich

    Sir, It is a bit rich to read Peter Wynne Rees, the City’s former chief planner, complain about tower blocks despoiling

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    Nine Elms development is great news for Londoners

    Sir, Peter Wynne Rees is wrong about Nine Elms (“City’s former planning chief on why London is ‘unplannable’ ”, House &

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    India needs to set realistic economic targets

    Sir, Amy Kazmin, in “India’s population control programme lies mired in the past” (Global Insight, November 15), rightly

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