PM cracks down on EU migrants’ benefits

No cap on numbers as data dash Tory hopes on pledge

Opec decision hits energy company shares

Crude price plunge sparks warnings of capital spending cutbacks

Foreign jihadis demand western snacks

Red Bull, Pringles, Snickers and Bounty are frontline favourites

UK house prices hit record but growth slows

Average values increase at a slower rate

Ofgem takes action to cut energy bills

UK power companies face tougher than expected price targets

Rio Tinto to keep progressive dividend

Miner under pressure to bolster returns after rebuffing Glencore

Japan’s CPI falls to 0.9%

Further fall highlights challenges facing PM Abe as he heads to polls

ThyssenKrupp cable free lift

ThyssenKrupp unveils cable-free elevators

‘Holy grail’ design would allow multiple lifts to use the same shaft

PM seeks ‘English votes for English laws’

Proposals to curb Scottish MPs’ power at Westminster

Jump in Eastern Europeans registering for NI

Support groups help Romanians and Bulgarians gain official papers

Vincent Tchenguiz launches £2.2bn lawsuit

Tycoon sues Grant Thornton over role in botched SFO probe

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Westminster cuts purse strings to Scotland

Scottish nationalists should accept Smith commission proposals

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