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The 1980s, often recalled as fashion’s ugliest decade, is back in favour when it comes to sports cars. Collectables such asAndy Sharman, Motor Industry Correspondent
Wall Street and Washington are already drawing up their post-midterm election schedules based on the assumption that theJohn Dizard
Rembrandt: The Late Works, The National Gallery, London Van Gogh said he would give 10 years of his life to gaze for twoJackie Wullschlager
The title is odd and the mix of works odder: Jeff Koons’ poly-chromed wood sheepdog “Bob-Tail”, placed between a pair ofJackie Wullschlager
About 25 banks are expected to fail the European Central Bank’s landmark health checks, although many of those have alreadySam Fleming in London and Claire Jones in Frankfurt
It was just a few minutes before they were due to arrive at a European summit that the UK’s man in Brussels mentioned toAlex Barker and Peter Spiegel in Brussels and George Parker in London
According to Goldman, the answer is sooner than the market thinks. A new note argues that the Swiss franc is alreadyMatthew C Klein
Tate St Ives, in its 21st birthday year, is in the middle of a minor revolution. Building work has just recommenced, after aLiz Jobey
“It is time to unite.” The slogan ambushes Ukrainians from all sides these days as Petro Poroshenko, the president, deploysSergei Kuznetsov
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