PM announces curbs on EU migrant benefits

Strategy eschews cap or quotas on numbers of immigrants

Brussels warns France over budget

Paris told to implement further reforms and austerity

Opec decision hits energy shares

Crude price plunge sparks warnings of capital spending cutbacks

UK house prices hit record but growth slows

Average values increase at a slower rate

Militants crave snacks of west they hate

Rebels demand chocolate and crisps despite forcing cafés to close

Ofgem takes action to cut energy bills

UK power companies face tougher than expected price targets

Microbreweries shake up European market

Number of start-ups rise as drinking habits change

Pope begins testing trip to Turkey

Visit latest attempt by pontiff to strengthen relations with Muslim world

Louis Dreyfus appoints chief executive

Former Viterra head brought in amid governance shift

Rio Tinto to keep progressive dividend

Miner under pressure to bolster returns after rebuffing Glencore

ThyssenKrupp cable free lift

ThyssenKrupp unveils cable-free elevators

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

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Tobias Buck on the questions over how the Spanish party could finance its spending proposals

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