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    Insurers warned to use ‘big data’ responsibly

    The insurance industry risks sparking a regulatory crackdown unless it takes “great care” to ensure its increasing use ofAlistair Gray, Insurance Correspondent

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    Shire gets go-ahead to market binge-eating medicine

    Shire has received its second important regulatory breakthrough in two weeks after winning US approval for the firstAndrew Ward, Pharmaceuticals Correspondent

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    Britain bids adieu to stable politics

    Even as Britain toys with the idea of loosening its ties to Europe, British politics looks set to become, well, morePhilip Stephens

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    Grocery watchdog to sharpen its teeth

    For 18 months the woman tasked with policing the practices of Britain’s supermarkets has been waiting for a big stick toAndrea Felsted, Senior Retail Correspondent

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    LendInvest set to debut on London Stock Exchange

    LendInvest is set to become the first peer-to-peer platform in the UK to list on the stock exchange in a sign theEmma Dunkley

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    Companies diary: February 2 — February 6

    Diary commentary from FT reporters; data and company announcements, unless otherwise stated, from Thomson Reuters. CompanyCompiled by Simon Greaves

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    Voting Tory a no-brainer for recruiter

    Less than 100 days to go until the May general election and Andy Hogarth, the 58-year old boss of Staffline recruitmentKate Burgess

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    Fringe parties thrive as UK voters cut old ties

    For the past half a century, party membership appeared to be on a long downward trajectory towards extinction. “TheJim Pickard and Kiran Stacey

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    Foreign businesses tread carefully as Cuba opens up

    With a view of the sea sparkling in the distance, Ceiba Investments enjoys some of the best corporate office space in Cuba’sMarc Frank in Havana

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    Attention turns to wage growth in an improving US labour market

    This week’s highlights include US labour market data, a meeting of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee andGavin Jackson

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