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      Aleppo’s agony will test the resolve of Europe

      With each day that passes, Europe’s migrant crisis deepens. In the past few weeks, EU governments have tried and failed...

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    1. 5 hours ago

      Help refugees into work to solve the integration problem

      Over the past year, hundreds of thousands of people displaced by conflict in the Middle East have been welcomed into...

    2. 5 hours ago

      Britain’s premature bet on the future of Europe

      Britain’s involvement in the European project has been a masterclass that makes us cringe. We are sure we are getting...

    3. 5 hours ago

      Cameron accused of ‘scaremongering’ over Brexit claim

      David Cameron was accused of “scaremongering” on Monday after he claimed that thousands of refugees in camps in Calais...

    4. 5 hours ago

      Debt markets muscle in on student loans

      Human capital contracts may sound like something from a Sci-Fi thriller, but they are just one of the ways in which...

    5. 6 hours ago

      Multinational companies face tax avoidance EU crackdown

      Multinational companies would be forced to publish a country-specific breakdown of the profits they make and the taxes...

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      8 hours ago

      One of UK's largest power stations to close

      One of the UK’s largest power stations is to close as it struggles to cope with stricter emissions targets, its...

    7. Fast FT

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      Citi: Brexit could drive inflation up to 4%

      Citi is the latest bank to add to a growing stack of analysis over what could happen if the UK votes to leave the...

    8. 9 hours ago

      Protesters turn up heat on Bank of Italy

      The Bank of Italy has long been considered a bastion of competence and stability in the eurozone’s third-largest...

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      10 hours ago

      Reform proposals 'reduce chance of Brexit' - Moody's

      A draft agreement outlined last week on the UK’s position in Europe reduces the risk of Britain exiting the EU “even if...

    10. 10 hours ago

      Refugee camps could come to England, warns Cameron

      Downing Street was accused of “scaremongering” on Monday after it claimed that thousands of refugees in camps in Calais...

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      15 hours ago

      Brussels Briefing: Back to Turkey

      This is Monday’s edition of our new Brussels Briefing. To receive it every morning in your email in-box, sign up here....

    12. February 7, 2016

      UK fears that rules harm insurance competition

      The UK government and regulators have launched a push to change key aspects of the new Solvency II regime for insurers...

    13. February 7, 2016

      ‘Black swan’ dangers in spotlight for boards

      Deteriorating economic conditions and rising geopolitical tensions are threatening the stability of markets this year,...

    14. February 7, 2016

      Foreign companies to lose Polish tax ‘privilege’

      Companies investing in Poland have been warned that their “privileged” access to its economy will come to an end under...

    15. February 7, 2016

      Merkel flies to Turkey for ‘last-ditch’ refugee talks

      German chancellor Angela Merkel will fly to Turkey for “last-ditch” talks to revive a plan to cut the number of...

    16. February 7, 2016

      Ukip’s only MP says Brexit campaign must broaden appeal

      Douglas Carswell, Ukip’s only MP, has warned his party that a successful campaign for “Brexit” will need to appeal to...

    17. February 7, 2016

      Is this the year politics starts to drive financial markets?

      Is this the year politics starts to drive financial markets? The potency of central banks’ ultra-loose monetary...

    18. February 6, 2016

      EU governments call on Brussels to tackle China over steel

      A group of governments including the UK and Germany have urged the EU to step up its fight against cheap steel from...

    19. February 6, 2016

      EU plans to send more border guards to Macedonia-Greece border

      EU member states have hammered out details of a controversial plan to send more border guards and even troops to...

    20. February 5, 2016

      Survey of FTSE finds widespread Brexit complacency

      When Rolls-Royce was asked why its bosses are not speaking out on Britain’s possible exit from the European Union, the...

    21. February 5, 2016

      Top UK businesses unprepared for Brexit

      The boards of many of Britain’s largest listed companies have made no contingency plans for a possible Brexit amid...

    22. February 5, 2016

      The flaw in the heart of the campaign for Brexit

      Britain’s Eurosceptics could be forgiven for having a spring in their step this weekend. As the referendum on whether...

    23. February 5, 2016

      Portuguese budget narrowly avoids rejection by Brussels

      Portugal narrowly avoided becoming the first eurozone country to have its budget rejected by Brussels after it made an...

    24. February 5, 2016

      Britain still has an important role to play in Europe

      Let’s be frank: David Cameron was never going to achieve a fundamental restructuring of Britain’s relationship with the...

    25. February 5, 2016

      David Cameron wins Poland over to welfare benefit curbs

      David Cameron has won over the most important critic of his plan to curb EU migrant benefits, persuading Poland with...

    26. Fast FT

      February 5, 2016

      Portugal's "anti-austerity" budget just passes test

      The new Portuguese government narrowly avoided having its first “anti-austerity” budget rejected by the European...

    27. Fast FT

      February 5, 2016

      Intesa Sanpaolo lifts divi despite disappointing Q4

      Profit after tax at Banca Intesa Sanpaolo missed expectations by quite a wide margin in the fourth quarter, as the bank...

    28. February 5, 2016

      Russia and China: friends with benefits

      Lei Daijun can barely believe he is here. Standing in Red Square, the 74-year-old former teacher from central China...

    29. Fast FT

      February 5, 2016

      Banking trade body to weigh in on Brexit debate

      An organisation representing banks in the UK has decided to “take a position” on Britain’s forthcoming referendum on...

    30. February 5, 2016

      David Cameron heads for Europe as poll shows growing support for Brexit

      David Cameron woke up on Friday to a poll suggesting a 9-point lead for the Out camp ahead of the referendum on...

    31. Fast FT

      February 5, 2016

      Cameron on mission to charm Poland over EU deal

      David Cameron took a NATO and security charm offensive to Warsaw on Friday, attempting to win over Poland to his EU...

    32. Brussels Blog

      February 5, 2016

      Brussels Briefing: The Italian job

      This is Friday’s edition of our new Brussels Briefing. To receive it every morning in your email in-box, sign up here....

    33. February 4, 2016

      ECJ says foreign criminals with a child should not be deported

      Foreign criminals should not be automatically deported if they are the sole carer for a resident child, according to an...

    34. February 4, 2016

      Cameron’s welfare limits to impact fewer migrants than expected

      The number of European migrants in Britain who would be affected by David Cameron’s new welfare limit is lower than...

    35. February 4, 2016

      EU pushes China to cut back steel sector

      The EU’s top trade official has called on Beijing to cut overcapacity in its steel industry, promising new measures to...

    36. February 4, 2016

      UK refuses to give up bonus cap battle

      The UK has not abandoned its battle against an EU cap on bankers’ bonuses, including it in a list of regulations that...

    37. February 4, 2016

      EBA head warns on Brexit consequences

      The head of one of Europe’s regulatory watchdogs has warned that the UK would be left without a voice to shape future...

    38. February 4, 2016

      Insurer Beazley set to return headquarters to London

      Insurer Beazley is to move its head office back to London just seven years after relocating it to Dublin, taking...

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