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    Deng anniversary eclipses Mao’s as Xi builds reformist credentials

    So effusive is the propaganda campaign launched to mark the 110th anniversary of Deng Xiaoping’s birth that a casual visitor By Tom Mitchell in Beijing

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    Boom or bust – the rule of thumb

    From Mr Brian Brown. Sir, Referring to the financial crisis, Mark Blyth (Letters, August 20) memorably describes how the top

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    Fly Ebola patients to Ascension for critical care

    From Dr Euan G Nisbet. Sir, Two hundred years ago, Britain decided to use Ascension Island to help west Africa. Could this

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    Unrealities that still surround the Yes or No debate

    From Dr Martin Upham. Sir, It is puzzling that your columnist Adam Tomkins (“The real puzzle is why Salmond wants to leave

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    Tropical diseases were neglected, but this is no longer true

    From Dr M Moran. Sir, Your editorial “Ebola is not an invincible superbug” (August 14) was helpful, however it repeated two

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    12:22AM

    The Kurds have suffered enough

    From Mr Zerak E Saleh. Sir, Your editorial “Iraq’s elusive political consensus” (August 21) does not offer any novel or

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    12:22AM

    Advice without the consequences

    From Mr Christos Rotsas. Sir, Philipp Hildebrand, in “The Fed’s regimen will not remedy Europe’s ills” (August 19), argues

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    12:21AM

    Why Scots should restore the Stuarts

    From Mr Peter Wolstenholme. Sir, J M Wober suggests (Letters, August 21) that Scotland could be linked to Hong Kong: I have

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    12:21AM

    Savers were some of the biggest losers

    From Mr Larry Meissner. Sir, Mark Blyth (Letters, August 20) is generally correct that a public bailout benefited certain

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    Sales, not interest rates, spur hiring

    From Mr Billy Fitzgerald. Sir, Low labour-force participation rates and stagnant wages are a major concern but will not be

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