Cameron puts security at heart of EU poll

PM links Britain’s membership to the fight against Isis

Government scraps sugar tax

Threat of levy will be used to push health drive by drinks sector

Romance scams targeting men rife in UK

Warning from RBS in run up to Valentine’s Day

Big UK companies plan £10,000 pensions cap

Employers prepare to impose limit on workplace contributions

English football risks own-goal on prices

As TV money floods into top clubs, fans say more must be done to keep them onside

Syria plan could be an echo of Ukraine

Diplomats fear that Moscow aims to cement the division of Syria

Independent sails into uncharted waters

Self-styled quality had rare intelligent, non-partisan political stance

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Millennials and their money: How they spend it

20-somethings would rather spend on holidays

Rolls-Royce lauded for turnround progress

Shares surge on chief’s 2016 guidance despite dividend cut

Uber picks up $200m from Fridman

Taxi-booking app is looking to raise as much as $2.1bn

Trail of broken trades forces a rethink

The bets that show how certainties have crumbled in the past six weeks

Comment & Analysis

Banking turmoil: A rout for rationality

This week’s fierce sell-off had no clear catalyst. Bright news is needed for confidence to return

The general view on Kings road, Chelsea, where a new cross rail station is proposed.
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Only tenants truly live the London dream

Renting has given me the freedom to live in areas that should be beyond my means

Short sellers eye London property stocks

There is trouble ahead for high-end property developers

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