Calais crisis stirs debate on migration

Opinion polls find support still strong for Britain to stay in EU

Falling oil price hits big energy groups

Poor results in US follow huge job cut announcements in Europe

MPC appointee to cut hedge fund ties

Economist acts to dispel ‘any impression’ of conflict of interest

HSBC nears $4bn sale of Brazilian arm

Bank also in exclusive talks to sell Turkish operations to ING

Q&A: The hunt for flight MH370

Will the discovery of wreckage solve the aviation mystery?

Workers fit solar panels to a roof of a council house in Wrexham, Wales, on Friday, Feb. 24, 2012. U.K. house prices held their value for a second month in February, boosted by a seasonal increase in demand and a rush to beat the expiration of a property-tax exemption, Hometrack Ltd. said. Photographer: Paul Thomas/Bloomberg

UK aims to make solar power subsidy-free

Rudd says renewable energy can prosper without handouts

Demoralised troops lose faith in Kiev

Echoes broader ebbing of public support for political leaders

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Russia vigilantes try to enforce food ban

Year into bar on western goods, authorities step up crackdown

Lloyds reveals payout plans

First-half profits jump despite £1.4bn PPI provision

US wages grow at slowest rate since 1982

Dollar and treasury yields hit on doubts about September rate rise

Health experts hail Ebola breakthrough

Preliminary test results for vaccine show positive

Comment & Analysis

Trump staying power confounds his rivals

Candidates fixated on containing billionaire ahead of debate

China’s market upset is bad for the world

Global prosperity may ultimately be the loser, writes Jonathan Fenby

Investors need holiday after testing July

Markets were rocked by Greek debacle and falling Chinese shares

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