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    The Gospel According to the Other Mary, Coliseum, London – review

    It is only a few weeks since John Adams’s opera The Death of Klinghoffer was in the news for provoking outrage in New York.Richard Fairman

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    Howie the Rookie, The Pit, Barbican, London – review

    The 1990s in theatre meant more than “in-yer-face” plays. At the same time as British drama was growing graphic andIan Shuttleworth

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    Frazey Ford, Cadogan Hall, London – review

    The last time Frazey Ford played solo in London, this newspaper noted her simultaneous obeisance to Bob Dylan and OtisDavid Honigmann

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    Boston Symphony Orchestra/Nelsons, Symphony Hall, Boston – review

    When a new music director assumes control of an orchestra, it makes sense for him to investigate its musical heritage, notGeorge Loomis

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    World Bank issues climate jeremiad

    A “frightening world” of global instability lies ahead unless governments tackle the threat of man-made climate change, thePilita Clark in London

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    Darling warns on bad deal on devolved tax

    Plans to give Scotland full power over income tax would increase borrowing costs for the entire UK and end in “floods ofJim Pickard, Kiran Stacey and Mure Dickie

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    Intesa Sanpaolo's growth plans

    Intesa Sanpaolo, Italy's largest domestic bank, scored highly on the ECB's recent European bank stress tests. Chief6m 55secs

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    Next generation of investing opportunities is sustainable and story-led

    Wealthy clients of Swiss private bank Julius Baer gather in the lobby of The Crystal, one of the world’s most ecologicallyYuri Bender

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    Strong growth moves Asia’s billionaires to top of the tree

    Last month, Hong Kong’s financial secretary, John Tsang, opened Standard Chartered’s new wealth management centre in theJennifer Hughes

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    Wealthy are vulnerable to behavioural bias

    No matter how wealthy they are, investors are still human. Our research shows that, when it comes to managing their money,Mark Haefele

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