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    London’s luxury homes bubble begins to deflate

    House prices in London’s most expensive areas have begun to fall for the first time since the financial crisis, as tax risesKate Allen

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    Osborne’s devolution plans signal English revolution

    George Osborne will next week signal a sweeping transfer of powers to the regions, from Cornwall to Yorkshire, presaging theSarah Neville, Jim Pickard, Chris Tighe and Andy Bounds

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    China’s steel dragon has lost its appetite for American coal

    As the headlines earlier this week told you, the US coal industry scored a win at the Supreme Court. With a 5-4 majority itJohn Dizard

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    Greek banks prepare plan to raid deposits to avert collapse

    Greek banks are preparing contingency plans for a possible “bail-in” of depositors amid fears the country is heading forKerin Hope in Athens

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    Terrorism: Radical shift

    ...west . . . all the conditions are right for this big change in what lone wolf attacks are and mean.” Isis’s skill i n information warfare and its use of social media have made a huge difference to the pull of its message. Its physical caliphate...Sam Jones and Erika Solomon

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    Alexis Tsipras: Greece’s brash and enigmatic PM faces showdown

    Twelve months before he was elected as Greece’s youngest prime minister in almost 150 years, Alexis Tsipras was alreadyHenry Foy and Kerin Hope in Athens

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    When Ireland’s publicans staged a bank run in reverse

    The people of Greece, without their banks, must look upon the coming days with dark foreboding. Yet a country without banksPeter Cunningham

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    Cameron’s dangerous plan on English votes

    When Scotland voted to reject independence last year many assumed that the United Kingdom had been saved and the issue of

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    ‘France in the Hollande Presidency’, by John Gaffney

    In the last chapter of his perceptive book on François Hollande, John Gaffney writes: “Almost from the start of hisReview by Tony Barber

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    More exhibitions, including ‘Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon’

    Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World, Tate Britain, London A measured, elegantly choreographed survey of theJackie Wullschlager

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