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    Israel cannot gain Sunni allies through fear of Iran alone

    Just as talks between Iran and world powers to nail down a deal restricting Tehran’s nuclear programme enter a decisiveDavid Gardner

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    China rate cut galvanises Asian equities

    Monday 03:05 GMT. The People’s Bank of China spurred an equity rally across the Asia-Pacific region as its weekend cut inPatrick McGee in Hong Kong

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    Correction: Spelling of Sodexo’s chief executive’s name

    • The name of Sodexo’s chief executive was misspelt in an article on February 28.He is Michel Landel. We apologise for the

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    Correction: On Europe’s renewable energy

    • A tenth of Europe’s renewable energy comes from solar and not a tenth of its total power as wrongly stated in an article

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    Understandable that Gulliver should seek to protect his privacy

    Sir, On the basis of the facts you report in your editorial “HSBC inquisition leaves questions unanswered” (February 26),

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    Young people need to feel they can make a difference

    Sir, The attraction of Islamist movements (Notebook, Roula Khalaf, February 26) is prompting appropriate soul-searching in

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    BBC argues for licence fee extension

    The BBC licence fee should be extended because the broadcaster will become more relevant in the internet age by offeringHenry Mance

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    Development Securities lands TfL housing deal

    Development Securities is to become the first company to benefit from Transport for London’s new push to exploit itsKate Allen, property correspondent

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    UK export orders to Europe picking up, say manufacturers

    British manufacturers are starting to see the first signs of a pickup in European export orders, raising hopes that aEmily Cadman

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    David Cameron pledges 200,000 cut-price starter homes

    David Cameron will try to woo younger voters on Monday by pledging that a future Conservative government would expand aElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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