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Barclays’ chief executive took a big step forward in dismantling the bank’s unprofitable European retail banking operations By Daniel Schäfer in London and Tobias Buck in Madrid
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David Cameron will this week urge Tory MPs not to throw away the 2015 general election with another round of infighting on By George Parker and Jim Pickard
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As European leaders threatened yet tougher sanctions to punish Russia for its aggressive policies in Ukraine on Monday, Isabel Gorst
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