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"The Eurosceptics are now back with a bang”: Ukip and Italy's 5-star Movement make advances in European parliament with new Polish radical

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Today, right-wing Polish libertarian Robert Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz became the latest MEP to join the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD)

Bankers' pay may be cut to reflect lower industry returns, warns Bank of England executive Jon Cunliffe

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Bank of England deputy governor Jon Cunliffe has said bankers need to get used to lower salaries, as decreased industry returns since the financi

Twice as Nisa: Why new rules mean everyone can be a small business investor

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Nicola Horlick, CEO of Money&Co., has been a fund manager for over 30 years. She chairs a private-equity business, is CEO of a film-development company, and director of an NHS Foundation Trust.

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The Chancellor announced in his Budget this year that the government was going to make it possible to hold loans to small private companies in th

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Ebola outbreak map: Why has the disease spread so fast in Liberia? And how many people have died in the country so far?

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The Ebola crisis has hit one country worse than all the others: Liberia has suffered an estimated 46 per cent of cases and, at 1,200, twice as many

Commuting to London: Three in five passengers will have to stand on Thameslink's new Siemens Class 700 trains

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If you commute into London each morning, make sure you have a comfy pair of shoes with you – you'll be spending most of your time standing up onc
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