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    Hellman & Friedman eyes bid for Auto Trader

    US private equity firm Hellman & Friedman is preparing a £2bn takeover bid for Auto Trader, the UK’s largest marketplace forHarriet Agnew in London

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    ‘Petulant’ prince eyes return to Cambodian politics

    Hun Sen, Cambodia’s prime minister and Asia’s longest-ruling leader, is notorious for the political tricks he’s used toMichael Peel in Bangkok

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    Leyshon Energy changes its Aim

    The collapse in oil prices has already forced some Aim oil and gas companies to quit the public market. Leyshon Energy, theKate Burgess

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    Concerns mount over HS2 ‘gravy’ train

    In the decade until 2010, One Canada Square held the record as the tallest skyscraper in Britain. But since October, theGill Plimmer

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    Cable calls on companies to limit pay rises for chief executives

    Vince Cable is to call on companies to set pay policies that more explicitly limit base salary increases for chiefAlison Smith, Chief Corporate Correspondent

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    Egypt deports Australian Al Jazeera journalist

    An Australian broadcast journalist imprisoned for 400 days in Egypt on charges of supporting a terrorist organisation andBorzou Daragahi in Cairo

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    Thousands protest in Hungary against pro-Putin policy of Viktor Orban

    Up to 10,000 people took to the streets of Budapest on Sunday in a demonstration against Viktor Orban’s government, ahead ofAndrew Byrne in Budapest and Stefan Wagstyl in Berlin

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    Fight goes out of Andy Murray in Australian Open final

    A cold old weekend in Britain. What could be nicer than settling down after breakfast and watching our sporting boysMatthew Engel

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    How negative can interest rates go?

    As global bond yields plumb new depths, an unprecedented experiment in monetary policy is underway in two small countries inGavyn Davies

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    Corporate Britain learns to live with political risk

    It was not always difficult to guess the colour of the next UK government. From 1979 the Conservatives ruled for 18 years,

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