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Bank tries to put legal woes behind it with record settlement

Rosneft hit as $2bn Vitol deal scrapped

Russia’s state oil company feels impact of sanctions

StanChart’s NY settlement draws UAE ire

Gulf state warns of possible litigation from customers

C4 chief warns of US TV takeover threat

Fears that homegrown shows could be replaced with cheap imports

Spectre of ‘lost decade’ haunting Europe

Pressure grows on ECB to start quantitative easing

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Soaring profits and revenues questioned

Q&A: What is going on with the UK’s public finances?

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Price wars trigger drop in UK food spend

Overall retail sales rise for 17th consecutive month

Gap to open 40 stores in India

US clothing retailer will open first shops in Mumbai and Delhi

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London faces Tube strike on Friday

Central Line and Waterloo and City services to be hit

Israeli strike kills 3 Hamas commanders

Gaza war appears to enter new phase of targeted killings

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Not chasing ambulances

Personal injury lawyer Jenny Kennedy challenges the many fallacies about her profession

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Doctor Who offers fan-engagement lessons

BBC series relaunches with inspiration from YouTube

Former Irish PM Albert Reynolds dies

Leader played key role in advancing peace process

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