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    Europe could learn from Australia’s tough border controls

    Pledges of more money and plans to blow boats out of the water may sound like tough policy making. Yet the agreement cobbledJim Molan

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    UK government warns BP over potential takeover

    The British government has told BP it would oppose any potential takeover of the company, which was seriously weakened byGeorge Parker and Christopher Adams

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    UK ministers make Gallic gesture to keep the British in BP

    British politicians scoffed at France in 2005 when it moved to protect the “strategic” yoghurt-maker Danone from a foreignGeorge Parker, Political Editor

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    Nepal quake: Rescue teams and hospitals struggle to cope

    Earthquake rocks Nepal Cotton, splints, antibiotics, IV drips, dressings, blades, sterile gloves. These were just some ofBy Amy Kazmin in New Delhi and Binod Bhattarai in Kathmandu

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    Volkswagen enters the post-Piëch era

    Volkswagen enters a new era following the abrupt resignation of controversial chairman Ferdinand Piëch, who transformed theChris Bryant in Frankfurt

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    US banks face ‘golden parachutes’ challenge

    Investors are set to challenge some of Wall Street’s biggest banks on their “golden parachutes,” which can see topBen McLannahan in New York

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    Wasps rugby club targets fans with retail bond issue

    The premiership rugby club Wasps is seeking to raise as much as £35m directly from its fans and other individual investorsJudith Evans

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    US should back Japan but not at any price

    When Shinzo Abe begins his week-long tour of the US on Monday, Washington will treat him as a friend. As well as being

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    Deutsche Bank figures halved after record fine for Libor rigging

    Deutsche Bank’s first-quarter profits fell by almost 50 per cent as the $2.5bn fine for the German lender’s role in theJames Shotter in Frankfurt and Laura Noonan in London

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    US companies carry flag for gay rights

    Bob Page still remembers having to scrub the spray-painted “fags” off the buildings housing his dinnerware retailer,Megan Murphy in Washington

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