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Nicolas Sarkozy is back. More than two years after losing the Elysée Palace after just one term to François Hollande, his By Hugh Carnegy in Paris
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Apple sold a record 10m iPhones in its first weekend of sales for its newest models, as crowds mobbed stores in 10 cities By Daniel Thomas, telecoms correspondent
The pressure for Westminster to devolve more power to England increased as 23 smaller cities published a charter demanding By Andrew Bounds in Manchester
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Sage Group, the UK’s largest software company by market capitalisation, has agreed to buy US payroll services group By Sally Davies
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