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    UK spies collect international emails without minister’s sign-off

    UK spy agencies collect international private social media messages and emails without ministerial sign-off, the foreignKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent

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    Tesco chief must grasp strategic nettle before it really hurts

    WH Auden’s lament works as well for Tesco’s shareholders as its customers: Tesco was my North, my South, my East and West,By Kate Burgess

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    Cameron puts on brave face as trouble brews at home

    David Cameron arrived in Brussels on Thursday in abrasive mood, saying before an EU summit that he wanted fellow leaders toGeorge Parker, Political Editor

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    Regulators aim to learn lessons from Lehman Brothers collapse

    Global panic sparked by the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed regulators that they needed co-ordinated, cross-border plansGina Chon in Washington

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    Canada’s TMX acts on predatory HFTs

    The operator of Canada’s largest stock exchange plans to introduce a series of measures to discourage predatory high-speedPhilip Stafford

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    Tunisian faith in democracy fades ahead of election

    Pointing to a large poster printed with a red Tunisian flag framing pictures of eight young men killed during the 2011Heba Saleh in Tunis

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    Isis sells smuggled oil to Turkey and Iraqi Kurds says US Treasury

    The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis) is earning as much as $1m a day through the sale of oil to some of itsSam Jones in London, Piotr Zalewski in Istanbul and Erika Solomon in Beirut

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    Warning over pension tax loophole

    MPs have pressed the government to back its claims that a tax loophole created by pension reforms will not lead to a largeBy Josephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent

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    Commodities: A partial pump primer

    Few economic forces are more important than commodity prices. When they rise they transfer riches and power from consumersBy Chris Giles

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    HSBC employees in NY allege retaliation

    Two HSBC investment bank employees have sued the group, claiming they suffered retaliation after they reported allegationsTom Braithwaite and Kara Scannell in New York

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