Tsipras calls Syriza referendum on bailout

Greek prime minister throws down challenge to critics in his party

UK restricts Ai Weiwei entry visa

Dissident Chinese artist refused 6-month stay

MPC’s Vlieghe to keep Brevan earnings

Treasury denies conflict of interest over appointee’s role

MH370 search: Debris on Réunion examined

Malaysian officials ‘almost certain’ item is from a Boeing 777

New Deutsche Bank chief blunt on outlook

Cryan points to array of challenges facing German lender

Shell cuts 6,500 jobs, capital spending

Anglo-Dutch group takes action in response to plunge in oil prices

Coffee ‘squeeze’ takes market by surprise

Trade comes as US and EU regulators mull tighter oversight

Guardian struggles to reduce losses

Revenue increase not enough to hit break-even target

Centrica cuts 6,000 jobs as focus alters

British Gas owner in ‘big shift’ from oil and gas production

Blackstone returns to CMBS loan market

Deal with Goldman highlights rising role in European real estate

Nokia soars 8% on strong quarterly results

Chief heralds best performance since handset division sold in 2014

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Hardline faction of ruling party prepares for showdown

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