Labour says critics part of Tory campaign

Party says newspaper letter ‘plays into our hands’

Disorderly Iran nuclear talks falter

Diplomats say US deadline of end of March disadvantaged them

Lufthansa struggles in crash aftermath

Carrier faces rising competition and falling revenues

Corporate backlash hits ‘anti-gay’ bills

States backtrack on new laws as GE and Walmart join critics

Wealthy lose taste for London restaurants

City loses out in ranking by private jet passengers

US carmakers fight for buyers as sales fall

New York auto show offers array of premium product launches

Clegg at risk of losing seat, says poll

Lib Dem leader is two points behind Labour rival

Buhari faces daunting task in Nigeria

Jubilation greets the peaceful victory but economic challenges await

World’s oldest person dies at 117 in Japan

Death highlights country’s ageing population

Isis edges closer to Syrian capital

Palestinian district of Yarmouk under attack from jihadis

Shankar quits StanChart to set up PE fund

Lender’s head of Emea plans to start his own venture

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Lib Dems nervously eye post-election future

SNP could emerge as third force at Westminster

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