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    Mexico to reform police and justice systems

    Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto announced a 10-point plan of police and justice reforms on Thursday that was spurredJude Webber in Mexico City

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    UK’s pro-EU business lobby chief quits

    Alisdair McIntosh, director of Britain’s pro-EU business lobby group Business for New Europe, is to leave his job after lessSarah Gordon, Business Editor

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    Vincent Tchenguiz launches £2.2bn lawsuit

    Vincent Tchenguiz, the property entrepreneur who was a subject of a failed criminal investigation by the UK fraud office,Caroline Binham, Legal Correspondent

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    Europe’s QE front runners step up

    European Central Bank arguments about quantitative easing are increasingly being played out in public – and increasinglyJames Mackintosh

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    Number of E Europeans registering for national insurance soars

    After employment controls were lifted in January, the number of Romanians registering for UK national insurance increasedAliya Ram

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    Juncker interview: the annotated transcript

    On the eve of two of the most momentous events of his young tenure as European Commission president – Thursday’s failed votePeter Spiegel

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    Jean-Claude Juncker regrets failing to reform Luxembourg tax laws

    Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president under fire over Luxembourg’s tax regime when he was premier, wishesPeter Spiegel in Strasbourg

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    Hohn in record-breaking $530m divorce settlement

    Hedge fund billionaire Sir Chris Hohn is set to pay his American-born ex-wife $530m in what is thought to be the biggestJane Croft

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    SABMiller’s Coca-Colanisation of Africa

    SABMiller is no longer only here for the beer. The world’s second-largest brewer has tilted towards soft drinks by helping

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    Greatest Scottish devolution pitfalls avoided, say economists

    The Smith Commission’s proposals for Scotland taking charge of a chunk of tax revenues won conditional support fromChris Giles, Economics Editor

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