Russia to deploy new missiles in Syria

One pilot returned to base, the other killed by Syrian rebels

European markets rules set for year delay

MEPs soften opposition to postponement of new legislation

Mortgage lending hits 7-year high

Borrowers rush to grab low-rate deals from banks

Cryan sees no virtue in bankers’ bonuses

Deutsche’s new chief say big pay packages do not add up

Osborne’s slick operation ensures support

UK chancellor has Westminster’s biggest fan club

Private equity targets Premier League

Fast-rising income and cost control have generated irresistible financial rewards

Russian groups unravel ties with the west

Three companies have signalled plans to withdraw from London

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TalkTalk prepares staff for move to Manchester

TV and telecoms group to consolidate in Salford’s MediaCity

Thomas Cook flies back into profit

Group pledges to pay a dividend in 2017 after bookings rise

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on stage as the party conference closes in Brighton
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Defence deepens Corbyn rift with party

Labour leader ignored shadow defence secretary before review

Carney hints at bank capital rise

BoE looks at curbing excessive lending while rates remain low

Comment & Analysis

East seeks to get a grip on Rolls-Royce

New chief says ‘no’ to wholesale change as he aims to cut costs

Even Isis jihadis love Telegram messaging

For those who prioritise audience reach, the site’s appeal is its simplicity and security

A false alarm on red meat and cancer

Two large trials have tested for evidence and the WHO ignored both of them, writes Gordon Guyatt

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