Cameron to consider admitting refugees

Britain will play its part as ‘moral nation’, says PM

Sarao allegedly wanted to ‘spoof’ markets

Indictment cites emails from trader facing charges over flash crash

House prices near top schools soar

Parents compete to land property near chosen school

Stocks slip ahead of US jobs data

Asian equities record seventh down week in a row

Draghi hands markets a gift

ECB stands ready to bolster €60bn per month QE programme

New Democracy closes the gap on Syriza

Mass defections from party damage Tsipras popularity

US jobs data crucial to Fed rate decision

Decision this month could turn on Friday jobs report

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Oliver declares ‘absolute war’ on sugar

Sour note struck by doubts over transparency in own restaurants

Sotheby’s to auction $500m art collection

Pieces by Picasso, Raphael and de Kooning among those to be sold

Asia powers Dyson to record profit

Rising sales of bladeless fans and heaters help lift revenues 10%

Government vows to cut youth joblessness

Minister pledges 15% reduction in next 10 years

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‘Mediapocalypse’ puts ad agencies to the test

WPP, Omnicom and others have seen some of their biggest clients launch reviews of their contracts

Alexis through Greek looking-glass world

Syriza support is draining faster than euros from banks before capital controls, writes Tony Barber

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