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    Ryanair introduces stripped down business class

    Another day, another blow to the traditional glamour of international flying. In a week when two passengers were thrown off By Vincent Boland in Dublin

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    Monitise signs partnership deal with IBM

    British mobile money company Monitise has signed a partnership agreement with IBM in the latest sign that technology groups By Sally Davies

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    Shadow of Erdogan hangs over Turkey’s prime minister

    Behlul Ozkan well remembers his lessons with Ahmet Davutoglu, the man who on Wednesday was granted the stewardship of both By Daniel Dombey in Istanbul

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    Tesco sales down 4% as it struggles to fend off German discount stores

    Tesco’s wounds from the supermarket price war deepened on Wednesday after industry figures showed a 4 per cent fall in By Scheherazade Daneshkhu, Consumer Industries Editor

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    ECB signs up BlackRock to advise on bond buying

    The European Central Bank has stepped up preparations for a fresh move to combat deflation by appointing BlackRock to advise By Alice Ross in Frankfurt

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    Syria’s opposition should steel itself to wait, not fight

    Professional mediators maintain that parties to a conflict have an incentive to enter serious negotiations only when they By Bassma Kodmani

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    Turkey hits back over western Isis criticism

    Turkey has hit out at western criticism of its efforts to prevent foreign fighters travelling to join the ranks of the By Daniel Dombey in Istanbul

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    Airlines fight for the right to recline

    A high-altitude row between two United Airlines passengers on Sunday has brought into focus one of the lesser known parts of By Robert Shrimsley

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    Businesses take sides in Scottish independence debate

    Signatories ranging from the head of the world’s biggest mining group to the skipper of a single east coast trawler have put By Mure Dickie in Edinburgh

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    Europe’s next foreign policy chief

    The EU’s heads of government will meet in Brussels on Saturday to select two of the bloc’s leading office-holders for the

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