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    David Cameron has an electoral ‘mummy problem’, poll suggests

    Ed Miliband likes to say David Cameron has a “problem with women”. But polling suggests that it is with mothers rather thanElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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    Tories would make underperforming schools accept new leadership

    David Cameron will unveil Conservative plans on Monday to force up to 3,500 underperforming schools to accept newHelen Warrell and Jim Pickard

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    Campaign to audit the US Federal Reserve gathers pace

    The US Federal Reserve is coming under the most political pressure it has faced since the financial crisis, as RepublicansSam Fleming and Barney Jopson in Washington

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    Only the leaders have any distinctive ideology or political objective

    Sir, On the subject of Muslim radicalisation in French and British prisons, Tom Burgis writes that in the UK at least five

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    Iran will do what it can to help stop this extremist group

    Sir, All Iranians, and indeed most of our friends in the west, are concerned by the emergence of Isis. Like both the Taliban

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    Maybe predisposition makes entrepreneurs

    Sir, As a recent MBA graduate from the Cambridge Judge Business School, I read your article “Startup costs for MBA graduates

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    Recipe for a proxy war against Russia

    Sir, For Nato to supply weapons — even defensive weapons — to Ukraine’s armed forces would be a recipe for proxy war against

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    Ancient Greek who introduced debt relief

    Sir, Greeks are not new to smashing “the debtors’ prison locks” as recommended by Philippe Legrain (Letters, January 29).

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    Private jet owners: it’s another world

    Sir, Ludovic Hunter-Tilney’s article on jet jealousy (“The corporate miscreants who keep rock ‘n’ roll excess aloft”, January 29) reminded me of an exchange I had many years ago, on leaving a meeting in Geneva. I had been...

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    No time to relax

    Sir, Kudos to Luke Johnson for eight years of inspired commentary on business and leadership. That tenure is a good run for

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