Sturgeon presents her wish list to Labour

The SNP wants to eat its cake and have it too, courtesy of Ed Miliband

Finland changes guard, not direction

The nation’s people simply want a government that gets things done

Westminster minority not ideal but workable

Political uncertainty is troubling but it need not spell chaos

Misbehaving banks must have day in court

Elizabeth Warren is right to call out deferred prosecution agreements

To ignore secular stagnation is a mistake

Seizing advantage of rock-bottom interest rates is the best way to raise them

Diplomatic test for Vatican on gay rights

Reputation of Pope Francis will be harmed if French envoy is blocked

Farage’s challenge to mainstream Britain

Main parties have not confronted Ukip effectively on immigration

Wanted: a new leader with purpose at OECD

The organisation needs to expand its membership and its mission

The shame of Europe over migrant boat people

The bloc needs to fund a proper rescue mission in the Mediterranean

Brussels finally takes on Google in an open fight

Commission is right to bring antitrust charges to settle search case

David Cameron launches the Conservative manifesto in Swindon on Tuesday
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Tories should not throw away trump card

Too many uncosted pledges will fritter away economic credibility

Modi must tame the tax system in India

Capricious corporate taxation risks holding back the quest for growth

Miliband’s belated vow to do his fiscal homework

Labour struggles to don the Tories’ frayed mantle of financial rigour

Clinton’s second bid for the White House

She needs to give a clearer sense of the kind of president she would be

US and eurozone growth rates converge

The case for monetary tightening in the US is becoming ever weaker

The mounting challenges facing UK’s NHS

Fulminating against bureaucrats and the private sector does not help

Cameron and Miliband all too predictable

The party that leaves its comfort zone will win the UK general election

Dimon’s message about financial fragility

JPMorgan chief says that banks can no longer hold the line in a crisis

Russain flag, left and Ukrainian flag right
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Ukraine sets its sights on national recovery

Russian obstruction must not deter economic and state reform

Hotel Budir, Iceland
©David De Vleeschauwer

Iceland’s daring raid on fractional reserve banks

Reykjavik considers wresting money creation from financial sector

Businesswoman Addressing Multi-Cultural Office Staff Meeting
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America’s female labour force needs a new deal

Having fought anti-gay discrimination, businesses must help women

French companies don’t need ‘Loi Florange’

A misguided law encourages hoarding of control, not long-termism

The hidden dangers of Sturgeon mania

Political deals with the SNP will come at a high price for Britain

US caught flat-footed over Chinese bank plan

Congress should back the TPP trade pact as way to engage with Asia

Americas summit marks region’s change

But more decisive than US-Cuba talks is the end of commodity boom

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