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UK grants asylum to Russian dissident

Anti-corruption crusader Vladimir Ashurkov fled to the UK last April

McDonald’s to raise wages for US workers

Rise of at least $1 an hour follows Walmart’s move to lift pay

Labour says critics part of Tory campaign

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Corporate backlash hits ‘anti-gay’ bills

States backtrack on new laws as GE and Walmart join critics

Lufthansa struggles in crash aftermath

Carrier faces rising competition and falling revenues

Wealthy lose taste for London restaurants

City loses out in ranking by private jet passengers

Clegg at risk of losing seat, says poll

Lib Dem leader is two points behind Labour rival

Asian bourses shrug off dull US session

Australian equities buoyed by potential for more rate cuts

Disorderly Iran nuclear talks falter

Diplomats say US deadline of end of March disadvantaged them

US to impose sanctions on cyber attackers

Obama says infrastructure and data threat is ‘national emergency’

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